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Huge Week for May River Athletics!

The May River athletic program rolled through its competition this week.  The Lady Shark Volleyball team cruised in two region matches and continued their undefeated record.  Meanwhile, the Girls Tennis team collected its first region win over Wade Hampton, vaulting them into the number 1 spot in the Region.  On Tuesday and Thursday this week,

Ticket Information for Friday’s Football Game

Tickets will be available Thursday and Friday for 7 dollars during lunch at May River High School.  The students will be able to purchase tickets in the lunch room, the public will be able to purchase tickets at the May River front office from noon to 2pm.  If you don’t get tickets during the day,

Girls Tennis Falls Short Against Beaufort

#1 singles Margaret Zendzian played a great match & won a nail biter over Sophi McMullen (Beaufort) 11-9 in a 3rd set tiebreaker. Multiple points were over 20 rallies. #2 doubles team of Ellie Ford & Liz Iglesias had a terrific win over Clair Bowden & Sophia Exley (Beaufort) 6-2, 6-4. Blythe Tarleton played a

Wesley Starkes Named May River Baseball Coach

Wesley Starkes has been named Head Baseball Coach for May River High School.  He replaces Keith Stewart who was promoted to Assistant Principal at Bluffton Middle School last week. Coach Starkes played Division I baseball at New Mexico State University from 2009-2011 after attending Northeasern Oklahoma A&M in 2007-2008.  He was named as an Academic

May River Boys/Girls Cross Country Underway

Today the May River Sharks Boys and Girls Cross Country Teams headed to Savannah to compete in the 2019 Saucony Kick-Off Classic. The Boys and Girls Varsity Teams both took third place against of field of very tough competitors. Owen Andrews won the boys varsity race with a time of 15:53 and was followed closely

Mikey Chappelear Continues to Rake in the Hardware!

Mikey Chappelear continued his onslaught on the record books and awards today.  He was named the 2019 South Carolina State Player of the Year, as well as an United Coaches Association All American.  Mikey, currently playing at South Carolina Upstate, led the Sharks to their first ever boys soccer State Championship last Spring while compiling