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It was an eventful week for the Hanahan Hawks but it ended about like it should have for the seventh-ranked team in Class AAA against a winless Class AA squad.The Hawks, now guided by interim coach Steve Blanchard, used some second half theatrics to take out rival Timberland, 30-24, on Sept. 16 in a non-region clash.Hanahan improved to 3-0 while Timberland fell 0-5.It was an impressive victory for the Hawks considering the unexpected winds of change that blew earlier in the week. The Berkeley County School District relea...
It was an eventful week for the Hanahan Hawks but it ended about like it should have for the seventh-ranked team in Class AAA against a winless Class AA squad.
The Hawks, now guided by interim coach Steve Blanchard, used some second half theatrics to take out rival Timberland, 30-24, on Sept. 16 in a non-region clash.
Hanahan improved to 3-0 while Timberland fell 0-5.
It was an impressive victory for the Hawks considering the unexpected winds of change that blew earlier in the week. The Berkeley County School District released a statement Sept. 14 saying Blanchard was taking over for third-year coach Art Craig on an interim basis with no further details. It remains unclear what Craig’s status is with the program or whether he will return this season.
The school district said it couldn’t comment on personnel matters.
“This was a great game,” Blanchard said. “We had a lot of stuff going on this week so we knew we had to corral them a little bit. For us to come back like this in the second half is a testament to our coaches’ halftime adjustments. They did an amazing job. I’m so proud of our kids.”
The Hawks found themselves in a battle against the upset-minded Wolves and trailed 16-0 at halftime. The second half belonged to the Hawks, though.
Running back Kevon Rivera’s 8-yard run capped a 43-yard drive with 50 seconds left to put the Hawks ahead, 28-24. A pass on the 2-point conversion was successful.
Hanahan’s defense denied the Wolves on four downs near midfield to secure the victory, which would have marked a successful return to Timberland for Craig, who won two state championships and almost 200 games with the Wolves before taking over Hanahan prior to the 2020 season.
Instead, it goes down as win No. 1 for Blanchard in the 2022 campaign and the first for the Hawks here since 2002. It also snapped a four-game skid in the series, now led by Timberland, 18-8.
“Any time you play a game here you can throw out the records,” Blanchard said. “Timberland is always going to play hard. They’re a county team. We’re a county team. This is just how our games play out.”
Blanchard, a 1984 Berkeley High graduate, was previously head coach at Estill and Andrews high schools and served as an assistant for several programs, including Timberland and Berkeley. He became Hanahan’s defensive coordinator in 2013.
Timberland dominated the first half against the visitors, scoring all of their points in the second quarter to build a 16-0 halftime advantage. Wolves running back Omari Jenkins broke the stalemate on a 7-yard run with 9:37 left in the second quarter but the extra point was blocked.
After the Wolves tackled Rivera in the end zone for a safety with under three minutes left in the first half, Timberland went 45 yards to extend its lead on Jakiri Simmons’ 21-yard burst around the outside with under a minute remaining in the opening half.
The Hawks sprang to life in the third quarter to get back in it.
Following an exchange of punts, the Hawks put together a 55-yard scoring drive to get on the board. Fullback Cooper Smith ran the final eight yards for the touchdown with 5:47 remaining in the period and Rivera added the 2-point run as the Hawks cut their deficit in half, 16-8.
Timberland’s first crucial mistake came back to haunt the Wolves moments later. Hanahan jumped on a fumble at the Wolves 15 and turned it into quarterback Jaden Cummings’ 1-yard plunge. Cummings tacked on the 2-point run to even it at 16-16 just over two minutes after the first touchdown.
Hanahan’s defense recorded a quick three-and-out and the Hawks started on their own 26 on the first play of the fourth quarter. Hanahan surgically moved down the field on a go-ahead drive.
Rivera carried it 16 yards to the 1 and Cummings scored from short distance for the second time with 7:38 left in the game. The extra point, though, was no good and the Hawks led, 22-16.
After another exchange of punts, Timberland’s sideline woke up when Jenkins sprinted 66 yards for a tying touchdown with 3:16 remaining. He kept it on the 2-point play right up the middle to put the Wolves ahead, 24-22.
Hanahan wiggled off the hook on its last drive after Rivera returned the kickoff to Timberland’s 43 with 3:04 remaining. The final possession was mostly Rivera running behind his blocking.
“We give Kevon the ball when we have to,” Blanchard said.
The Hawks host Porter-Gaud Sept. 23 and Timberland goes to West Ashley.
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CHAMPAIGN, Ill. – The Illinois women's golf team is set to open its 2022-23 season this week, traveling to Hanahan, S.C., for the Cougar Classic. The two-day tournament is hosted by the College of Charleston on Monday and Tuesday, September 12-13.
THE SETTING The Cougar Classic will be held at Yeamans Hall Club. The course was designed by Seth Raynor and officially opened in 1924. The course will be set up for a par 71 and will play 6,269 yards long.
TOURNAMENT FORMAT There will be 18 teams competing in the 54-hole tournament with 36 holes of continuous play on Monday (Sept. 12), followed by the final 18 on Tuesday (Sept. 13). Monday has a shotgun start of 8:30 a.m. CT, whereas Tuesday features an 8:45 a.m. CT shotgun start.
THE FIELD Along with the Illini, the 18-team field for the Cougar Classic will include Central Florida, Charleston, Clemson, East Carolina, No. 6 Florida State, Furman, No. 19 Georgia, No. 25 Kentucky, Louisville, Miami, Michigan State, Ole Miss, North Carolina, North Carolina State, Penn State, Tennessee and Wisconsin.
ILLINI AT THE COUGAR CLASSIC This will be the first time in program history that the Illinois women's golf program has competed in the Cougar Classic.
LIVE SCORING Live scoring for the Cougar Classic will be available on Golfstat.com. A Recap and results will be posted on FightingIllini.com following each day of play.
UP NEXT The Illini will next head to Norman, Okla., for the Schooner Fall Classic at the Belmar Golf Club on September 24-26.
Golfstat LeaderboardHANAHAN, S.C. – The Illinois women's golf team opened the 2022-23 season on Monday at the Cougar Classic and is tied for 10th place after carding a 36-hole team total of 571 (+3) heading into Tuesday's final round at Yeamans Hall Club.Sophomore Lexanne Hal...
HANAHAN, S.C. – The Illinois women's golf team opened the 2022-23 season on Monday at the Cougar Classic and is tied for 10th place after carding a 36-hole team total of 571 (+3) heading into Tuesday's final round at Yeamans Hall Club.
Sophomore Lexanne Halama led the way for the Illini and is tied for 22nd on the individual leaderboard after rounds of 67 and 74 to sit -1 through two rounds. Halama began the day tied for second at -4 her first 18, posting five birdies, including a stretch of three over her final five holes of the round.
Graduate student Crystal Wang is tied for 31st place at even-par after back-to-back rounds of 71 while freshman Mattie Frick, in her Illinois debut, was +2 on the day with rounds of 73 and 71 and sits in a tie for 43rd place.
Sophomore Alise Knudson finished at +5 after rounds of 77 and 70 and is tied for 63rd. Rounding out the squad is junior Isabel Sy, who is at +7 after rounds of 74 and 75. She finds herself tied for 73rd.
The Illini finished fourth on the day in Par 5 scoring average at 4.77, posting an overall score of -7. They have also collected the third-most pars of the tournament so far, with 121.
Ole Miss leads the tournament with a two-round team score of 555 (-13), while Georgia's Jenny Bae and the Rebels Andrea Lingell pace the individuals with two-round scores of 135 (-7).
Tuesday's final round begins with a shotgun start at 7:45 p.m. CT.
Here are the S.C. Prep Football Media Poll rankings after Week 2 of the SCHSL football season. The five classifications are ranked below and numbers in parentheses indicates the number of first-place votes that a team receives.Daniel again is the unanimous No. 1 team in Class AAA, same with Dutch Fork in Class AAAAA. Several teams received first-place votes in Class AA and for the first time this year, St. Joseph's Catholic is the No. 1 team with seven first-place votes in Class A.VOTE: ...
Here are the S.C. Prep Football Media Poll rankings after Week 2 of the SCHSL football season. The five classifications are ranked below and numbers in parentheses indicates the number of first-place votes that a team receives.
Daniel again is the unanimous No. 1 team in Class AAA, same with Dutch Fork in Class AAAAA. Several teams received first-place votes in Class AA and for the first time this year, St. Joseph's Catholic is the No. 1 team with seven first-place votes in Class A.
Here are the rankings for each classification as the media voted this week:
1. Dutch Fork (17)
5. Fort Dorchester
10. River Bluff
Others receiving votes: TL Hanna, White Knoll, JL Mann, West Ashley, Lexington, Clover, Socastee
1. South Pointe (16)
2. Northwestern (1)
3. AC Flora
4. (tie) West Florence
4. (tie) South Florence
7. Catawba Ridge
8. James Island
9. Indian Land
10. Ridge View
Others receiving votes: York, Westside, Irmo, Greenville, Myrtle Beach
1. Daniel (16)
4. Camden (1)
10. Belton-Honea Path
Others receiving votes: Manning, Chester, Loris, Marlboro County, Brookland-Cayce, Crestwood, Emerald, Woodruff, Aynor, Union County, Philip Simmons
1. Saluda (11)
2. Abbeville (2)
3. Barnwell (3)
4. Oceanside Collegiate (1)
5. Fairfield Central
6. Wade Hampton
Others receiving votes: Gray Collegiate, Cheraw, Newberry, Strom Thurmond, Silver Bluff, Andrews, Academic Magnet, Lake Marion
1. St. Joseph’s (7)
2. Whale Branch (3)
3. Bamberg-Ehrhardt (1)
4. Johnsonville (2)
5. Lewisville (1)
6. Christ Church (2)
8. Baptist Hill
9. Southside Christian
10. Lake View (1)
Others receiving votes: Calhoun County, Hannah-Pamplico, McBee, Latta, Still, C.A. Johnson, Denmark-Olar, Hunter-Kinard-Tyler
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ROSEMONT, Ill. - Two Fighting Illini women's golfers were recognized by the Big Ten Conference on Wednesday (Aug. 31) as graduate student Crystal Wang and junior Isabel Sy were named 2022-23 Preseason Honorees.The pair return to Illinois after helping the team to a fifth-place finish at the Big Ten Championships and a berth at ...
ROSEMONT, Ill. - Two Fighting Illini women's golfers were recognized by the Big Ten Conference on Wednesday (Aug. 31) as graduate student Crystal Wang and junior Isabel Sy were named 2022-23 Preseason Honorees.
The pair return to Illinois after helping the team to a fifth-place finish at the Big Ten Championships and a berth at the NCAA Regionals to finish the season.
Crystal Wang led the team in seven tournaments as top Illini finisher last season, including final three tournaments of the season. She registered eight top-15 finishes: The Landfall Tradition (3rd), ICON Invitational (T-3rd), Lady Buckeye Invitational (T-5th), Big Ten Championships (T-6th), Wolverine Invitational (T-8th), Illini Women's Invitational (T-13th), Blessings Collegiate Invitational (T-14th), NCAA Tallahassee Regional (T-14th). Her performances earned a Big Ten Conference Women's Golfer of the Week honor after equaling a season-best third place finish at the ICON Invitational (Feb. 21-22, 2022) and carding the lowest 54-hole tournament total in program history with a 13-under par 203, highlighted by an eight-under par 64 in her final round, which also marked the lowest single round score in program history. The senior led the field with 18 birdies in the tournament. Wang was named to the All-Championship Team after finishing in a tie for sixth place at the Big Ten Championships (Apr. 22-24, 2022) with a two-over tournament total of 215, including a five-under 66 in her second round. The Diamond Bar, Calif., native was named Big Ten Conference Women's Golfer of the Week after registering her highest finish of the season with a third place showing at The Landfall Tradition (Oct. 29-31, 2021) with a tournament total of four-under par 212 that included a four-under 68 score. She also led all players with 17 birdies in the tournament.
Isabel Sy, a San Gabriel, Calif., native, is coming off a sophomore season where she ranked second on the team with eight rounds under par. Sy posted six Top-20 finishes, including five in the spring: Briar's Creek Invitational (T-8th), Schooner Fall Classic (T-11th), Columbia Classic (T-12th), Lady Buckeye Invitational (T-12th), Clemson Invitational (T-15th), Big Ten Championships (T-17th). She equaled her career best finish to tie for eighth place at the Briar's Creek Invitational (Mar. 14-15, 2022) with an even-par 216 tournament total. Sy turned in her career low round with a five-under 67 in her final round at the ICON Invitational (Feb. 21-22, 2022) and finished tied for 11th at the Schooner Fall Classic with a 2-over 212 total. In her debut season in the Orange and Blue, Sy recorded a 75.19 scoring average, which ranked third-best on the team. She collected a Top-10 finish at the Moon Golf Invitational (8th) and posted a then career-best single round score of 68.
The Illini open the 2022-23 schedule on Sept. 12-13 when they travel to Hanahan, S.C., for the Cougar Classic at Yeamans Hall Club, hosted by the College of Charleston.