If you own or manage a commercial building, you know your roof does a whole lot more than provide protection from rain, sleet, and snow. When it's properly maintained and functional, your roof is an asset to your business. Like the quality of your services, a great-looking roof signals to customers that you're serious about what you do. However, when your commercial roof is in disrepair, it is more than just an eye sore. It becomes a liability that can disrupt your day-to-day business and affect your bottom line.
At Hixon's Roofing & Construction, we know how important it is to have a functional, fantastic-looking roof protecting your customers and your products. That's why, when you need commercial roof repair in Cane Bay, SC, you're only a call away from the highest quality roofing services in the Lowcountry.
Because we've been serving South Carolina business owners since 1984, we'd like to think we know a thing or two about top-notch commercial roof repair and replacement. Unlike some of our competitors, our primary goal is to exceed our customers' expectations through top-notch customer service, innovative roof repair and replacement strategies, and cutting-edge tools.
As a family-owned company, we believe that fair pricing and honesty goes a long way. We're proud to be a business that you can trust with your commercial roofing structure, and it shows. It doesn't matter if you have a small storefront with a leaky roof or a multi-family facility that needs extensive maintenance. No job is too small or big for our team of professionals!
When you choose Hixon's Roofing, you get more than mediocre commercial roofing services. You get the very best our industry has to offer. When you choose Hixon's for your commercial roof repair or replacement, you also receive:
Locally Owned & Operated Business with Your Best Interests at Heart
Commercial and residential roofing are similar in that they both require seasoned professionals to perform quality work. However, unlike the more straightforward approach of residential roofing, commercial roofing projects can be lengthy and complex. In our experience, there are dozens of factors that must be considered when completing a commercial roof project.
In South Carolina, commercial roof repair must account for rooftop HVAC systems, external utilities, external piping, the type of commercial roof, and much more. Because commercial roofing structures vary in design and complexity, even common tasks like leak repairs become more difficult. Whether you need a commercial roof inspection or a total roof replacement, your contractors must be highly trained and follow best practices specific to commercial roofing, not just residential. At Hixon's, our commercial roofing contractors have years of experience and training for commercial property needs.
Like the residential side of our business, we have completed hundreds of commercial roofing contracts in South Carolina. We know exactly what it takes to inspect, repair, or replace your commercial roofing structure. When business owners in South Carolina need roof repairs, they come to Hixon's Roofing because they know we will get the job done right the first time. They know our commercial roof technicians are friendly, dependable, hold the highest qualifications in the industry. That way, they can accomplish any commercial roofing project, no matter how small or big. We're talking roof repairs for small offices to roof replacements on large commercial campuses.
Don't settle for average roofing contractors if you're starting a commercial roofing project. Commercial roofing services are an investment, and you need to get your money's worth. Hixon's Roofing & Construction is here to earn your trust by exceeding your expectations with any commercial roofing job you have.
A safe and well-maintained roof is a vital component of any building's structural integrity, and that's why the importance of commercial roof repair is so high. A well-built roof protects the building's interior from severe weather and even helps with fire prevention. A variety of problems can plague your roof's health such as standing water, blisters, and gaps in flashing. It's imperative to keep up with minor repairs now so that massive problems don't cause financial issues later.
A few benefits of hiring Hixon's for your commercial roof repair include:
This benefit sounds like a no-brainer, but it deserves to be highlighted because of how important it is. Your safety and your customers' safety are crucial when you own a commercial property.
Hiring trained, licensed commercial roofing experts keeps you safe by:
Having a functional, well-maintained roof that works properly, 24/7. When your commercial roof is in good shape and working correctly, you and your customers are much safer.
Commercial roof repair is a dangerous job for a novice. A quick search online will bring up dozens of cases in South Carolina where DIYers have injured themselves trying to repair their commercial property.
Here at Hixon's commercial roof repair, we often speak to entrepreneurs who list their budget as the biggest reason why roof repair is low on their "to-do" list. That stance is understandable, but we believe quality commercial roofing maintenance actually boosts your bottom line over time. The truth is regular roof inspections uncover minor repair issues before they turn into budget busters.
Hiring Hixon's for your commercial roof repair is usually more affordable than dealing with a huge issue down the road. Plus, commercial roof maintenance extends the life of your roof, which can help you avoid replacing your roof much longer than you would without proper maintenance.
Many commercial property owners are concerned about liability, and rightfully so. A roof that has not been maintained for long periods of time can cause physical harm. You may be financially responsible if someone is hurt because your roof is in disrepair.
Hiring a qualified team of commercial roofers in South Carolina lets you get a detailed assessment of your roof's condition. That way, you can take the necessary steps to protect your customers, your building, and ultimately, your business.
Unsurprisingly, most commercial roof warranties require that owners prove that their roof has had regular maintenance prior to paying repairs. Commercial roof repair in South Carolina can be costly, and it's frustrating to fork out money for repairs that should be covered under your warranty.
Fortunately, you can avoid fiascos like these by maintaining a regular roof inspection schedule from Hixon's Roofing. That way, you will have the proof needed to provide to your insurance agency if you must file a claim.
A functional, well-maintained roof is a crucial component of any commercial building's structural integrity. When properly maintained, your commercial roof will protect you from the elements and add an aesthetically aura to your building. When properly maintained, your commercial roof will protect you from the elements and add an aesthetical aura to your building. However, when you fail to maintain your roof, a variety of problems can occur. Keep your eye out for the following signs that your commercial roof needs repair.
Standing water can have incredibly adverse effects on your commercial roofing system. It can cause leaks that deteriorate your roof's integrity, which leads to water intrusion. When water intrudes your commercial building, it can cause a litany of health hazards like mold and bacteria. When you spot standing water on your roof, your roof's support system may be seriously compromised, especially with wooden materials.
Commercial roofs are made with materials meant for outdoor conditions, but too much heat or moisture can cause a blistering effect that allows moisture to seep in and weaken your roof's structure. When this happens, your roof ages prematurely, thereby reducing its ability to protect you and your customers or tenants.
Having a functional drainage system is paramount to the health of your commercial roof. If scuppers or drains are clogged with waste and debris, water pools on your roof, which will eventually make its way inside. Gaps in flashing can also cause water to permeate the building. Additionally, cracks and worn seams give water access inside. Keep a sharp eye out for signs of clogged drains and gaps in your roof's flashing. If you notice these signs, call Hixon's commercial roof repair as soon as possible.
Let's be honest: replacing your businesses' roof is no small task. Regular maintenance and care can go a long way in extending the life of your commercial roof, but with enough time, even the best roofs will need to be replaced. When it does, you need to be able to work with a team of professionals who understand the nuances of commercial roof replacement. When it comes to the highest quality roof replacement, look no further than Hixon's Roofing & Construction.
When you trust Hixon's with your new commercial roof installation, know that we will be there for you every step of the way. We are happy to help consult with you about material choices, the style of roof you need installed, and more. We'll provide detailed information pertaining to your commercial roof replacement, so you're always up to date on our progress.
We understand that the mere thought of an entirely new roof may be a bit intimidating, but we don't want you to worry about a thing. With Hixon's Roofing on your side, your new commercial roof will be completed in a timely, professional manner, no matter how complex your needs are. Our team is licensed and insured, so you can have peace of mind during the entirety of the project - no questions asked.
This popular single-ply commercial roofing membrane gives you long-lasting durability. It is environmentally friendly and comes in varying thicknesses and roll widths.
Commonly referred to as rubber roofing, EPDM is a single-ply membrane option that can hold up against very high temperatures. EPDM doesn't necessitate major maintenance. It also expands and contracts with your commercial building and is popular because of its resistance to UV radiation.
PVC is a vinyl roofing option with a flexible membrane used to protect flat commercial roofs. Resistant to water and fire, this roofing material is very strong and durable. With regular maintenance and care, this commercial roofing material will last you a long time. As a bonus, PVC roofing is affordable and energy-efficient, which can reduce your energy costs.
Additional commercial roofing options can include:
As business owners, we know how hectic day-to-day life can be and how maintaining your roof can be a huge headache that you push off to the last minute. In a sense, these situations are why we opened Hixon's Roofing - to be the proverbial aspirin for commercial roofing pains. Whether you need simple repairs for your storefront or a full commercial roof replacement for a commercial building, know that we have your back.
Contact our office today to learn more about our commercial roofing services and how we make it difficult for other commercial roofing companies to compete with our pricing. We think you will be happy you did!800-777-8283
BERKELEY COUNTY, S.C. (WCBD) – A family living in one Berkeley County community said they have not been receiving their mail on a regular basis, even after contacting postal officials. That’s when they reached out to News 2’s Raymond Owens.“We moved here about a year and a half ago and over the past year or so we have had problems with sporadic mail delivery,” said Cane Bay resident Tim Jacintho. “It doesn’t show up when it’s supposed to; it now has gotten to where we’re getting ma...
BERKELEY COUNTY, S.C. (WCBD) – A family living in one Berkeley County community said they have not been receiving their mail on a regular basis, even after contacting postal officials. That’s when they reached out to News 2’s Raymond Owens.
“We moved here about a year and a half ago and over the past year or so we have had problems with sporadic mail delivery,” said Cane Bay resident Tim Jacintho. “It doesn’t show up when it’s supposed to; it now has gotten to where we’re getting mail maybe two or three days a week.”
He said a lot of people depend on the mail for prescription medications, Social Security checks, and other items. He said everyone is frustrated with the situation.
Jacintho said he and other Cane Bay residents have reached out to the Summerville Post Office with their concerns.
“She’s been telling me what’s going on- they’ve had a lot of turnover with contractors, and they’re shorthanded. She said that the growth in the Cane Bay/Nexton area, which they serve, has put too much stress on the post office. They don’t have the staff or the facility to handle it.”
He contacted Congressman Nancy Mace’s office, and his state representative and state senator. He has not heard back from them. He said Berkeley County Supervisor Johnny Cribb returned his message.
“He, like, within a few hours, and said no thanks for reporting it. He said he can’t really do anything. It’s at the federal level.
Finally, he reached out to News 2 for help.
“I reached out to you because certainly I’m frustrated with the situation here and I know that my fellow neighbors and residents are also very frustrated,” he said.
News 2’s Raymond Owens called Congresswoman Mace’s office. Their office called Jacintho back and told him they would look into the problem.
We also called the postal service – their spokeswoman said she is researching the issue to learn more and will get back to us. They later provided the following response:
“The Postal Service appreciates its customers and always strives to provide the best possible service. We apologize for any inconvenience that may have been experienced by customers living in the Cane Bay and Nexton communities. Local management is currently working with all stakeholders to ensure any delivery concerns are resolved. We can confirm the Summerville Post Office, like many businesses, is experiencing staffing challenges; however, through successful hiring efforts we have increased our workforce significantly. The Postal Service will continue flexing our available resources to match the workload, in addition to hosting more hiring events until all positions are filled. Interested applicants should log on to http://usps.com/careers frequently to check for new postings. We appreciate the patience of our customers and the efforts of employees as conditions change on a day-to-day basis. We urge any customers with concerns or questions about their mail delivery service to contact their local Post Office, so that we can look into and resolve their concerns promptly. Customers may also visit our website at www.usps.com/help.”
News 2 will continue following this story and bring you updates as we learn more.
More new houses are headed to a Berkeley County mega-development that’s projected to have more residents than the city of Spartanburg.Starlight Homes, a division of Ashton Woods Homes, recently paid $4.08 million for 50 acres in the former Wildcat Tract that is now part of the expansive Cane Bay Plantation off U.S. Highway 176.A Starlight representative did not immediately respond for the number of housing units it is planning for the site.Starligh...
More new houses are headed to a Berkeley County mega-development that’s projected to have more residents than the city of Spartanburg.
Starlight Homes, a division of Ashton Woods Homes, recently paid $4.08 million for 50 acres in the former Wildcat Tract that is now part of the expansive Cane Bay Plantation off U.S. Highway 176.
A Starlight representative did not immediately respond for the number of housing units it is planning for the site.
Starlight’s website shows it has one subdivision in Cane Bay already called Pender Woods. The company also is developing homes in Watson Hill in North Charleston off S.C. Highway 61 in Dorchester County.
About 10,000 homes are permitted for the 4,500-acre Cane Bay tract off U.S. Highway 176. The neighboring 2,000-acre Wildcat Tract was bought by Cane Bay developer Gramling Brothers Real Estate & Development in 2016 and will have 5,700 homes at build-out.
Cane Bay has about 7,000 homes on the ground in the combined tracts, according to a spokeswoman. About half of the planned houses have been built in the developing unincorporated community that will have almost 40,000 residents at full buildout. That’s more than the current population of the city of Spartanburg, the state’s 12th largest municipality.
A new apartment development is in the works for North Charleston.
A 264-unit multifamily complex is planned on about 26 acres off Dorchester Road near Franchise Street, east of the Patriot Boulevard intersection.
The property is owned by DHI Communities, an affiliate of homebuilder D.R. Horton. The Arlington, Texas-based company paid $1.74 million in August for a 34-acre parcel on Dorchester Road, just inside the county line.
The property sits in front of a 52.5-acre parcel purchased for $8.25 million in June by an affiliate of industrial property developer Robinson Weeks Partners of Atlanta.
A traffic study by Short Engineering & Consulting LLC of Columbia references the site as the Whitfield Residential Apartment Project.
An access driveway with a right-turn lane off Dorchester Road is needed for the planned apartment development that will include eight buildings, a clubhouse and pool. Most of the complex would be located on the northeast corner of the site next to the Charleston County line because of wetlands throughout much of the property.
A Moncks Corner-based rehabilitation agency now has a new facility to house more men as they recover from drug addictions.
Changing Lives Ministry snipped the ribbon Dec. 9 on a nearly 5,000-square-foot facility at 470 Reid Hill Road near Walmart.
The $1.2 million structure includes two one-story buildings with space for 14 men and four staff members, who also live on site, according to spokesman Tommy Turpin.
The facility replaces a double-wide mobile home where 10 men and two staff members had previously lived.
The nonprofit does not charge its residents a fee for the 13-week rehabilitation program. It relies on donations. Proceeds raised at the CLM Resale Store at 502 E. Main St. help to support the program as well. The ministry bought the former Central Hardware shop in June for $765,000 after outgrowing its previous leased resale shop space at 506 E. Main St.
MOUNT PLEASANT — The fumbles, the bad snaps and penalties were to be expected.With Hurricane Ian barreling toward the Lowcountry this weekend, Cane Bay and Wando opened their Region 6-AAAAA schedule two days early.Instead of four days to prepare for their region opener, the two squads had just 48 hours to get ready. Both coaches expected the game to get sloppy.And it was.T.J. Wright and Langston Rhodes each rushed for more than 100 yards as Cane Bay rolled past Wando, 36-15, on Sept. 27 on Robert E. Hayes Fi...
MOUNT PLEASANT — The fumbles, the bad snaps and penalties were to be expected.
With Hurricane Ian barreling toward the Lowcountry this weekend, Cane Bay and Wando opened their Region 6-AAAAA schedule two days early.
Instead of four days to prepare for their region opener, the two squads had just 48 hours to get ready. Both coaches expected the game to get sloppy.
And it was.
T.J. Wright and Langston Rhodes each rushed for more than 100 yards as Cane Bay rolled past Wando, 36-15, on Sept. 27 on Robert E. Hayes Field at District II Stadium.
The Cobras (4-1, 1-0 in Region 6-AAAAA) won for the third straight week, while the Warriors (1-5, 0-1) dropped their fourth consecutive game.
“Normally there’s not as many fumbles and bad snaps, but we didn’t have our normal preparation,” said Cane Bay coach Russell Zehr. “On Fridays, we don’t normally have those problems. It’s hard for the kids to stay focused when it’s a Wednesday night game.
“There really wasn’t much of a choice on when to play the game. I’d rather play on a Wednesday night when it’s dry instead of Friday in a hurricane or on Monday. This was the best option.”
Wright, a 5-11, 190-pound junior, finished with 126 yards on 15 rushing attempts and scored on runs of 4 and 31 yards. Rhodes, a 5-7, 185-pound junior, added 120 yards and 27-yard TD run for the Cobras.
The Cobras offense rolled up 318 yards on the ground.
“We put a lot of pressure on our offense to get out early, we’ve been kind of getting off to slow starts here lately,” Zehr said. “We did a great job of taking advantage of some good field position in the first half, but then I thought we took the third quarter off. We came around in the fourth quarter to finish the game. I’m really proud of their effort.”
Wright and Rhodes proved to be too much for the Warriors defense.
“They are both very powerful runners, they don’t lose yardage very often,” Zehr said. “They both have that little sideways move and are able to find that hole when it’s there.”
The Cane Bay defense was equally as effective, forcing five turnovers, including four interceptions.
“They’ve been getting better each week,” Zehr said. “We didn’t have a lot of guys that had experience from last year so they’ve continued to improve and it’s where we wanted to be come region time.”
After a Bryson Johnson TD run and safety, the Cobras led 9-3 early in the second quarter.
The Warriors tied the game at 9-9 on Landon Berry’s 54-yard interception return for a TD.
It was all Cobras after that as Cane Bay scored the next 27 points of the game.
Trinity Collegiate 20, Porter-Gaud 7
Tony Brown rushed for 38 yards and a touchdown, but it wasn’t enough for Porter-Gaud in a 20-7 loss to Trinity Collegiate.
Zihaire Jackson ran for 64 yards and John Settle had 49 for the Cyclones.
Timberland 6, Bishop England 0
Jakiri Simmons returned a fumble 19 yards for a touchdown, and Timberland made that stand up for a 6-0 win over Bishop England.
KeShawn Brown made a game-saving interception in the end zone with 47 seconds left for Timberland (1-6) in its Region 7-AA opener.
Summerville 20, Stratford 3
Yannick Smith ran for a touchdown as Summerville defeated visiting Stratford by 20-3.
Campbell McMurry passed to Quintrelle Pettiford for another Green Wave score, and Mason Ayers kicked a pair of field goals.
The Green Wave improved to 5-1, while Stratford fell to 1-5.
Woodland 42, Hanahan 35
The Woodland Wolverines picked up their first-ever win over Hanahan, holding off the Hawks, 42-35, in a battle of unbeaten teams.
Woodland entered the game at 5-0 and had lost 13 straight games to Hanahan, which dropped to 4-1 on the season. Woodland quarterback Sudarian Harrison rushed for two scores in the final quarter and finished with more than 100 yards rushing and passing on the night.
Summerville 20, Stratford 3
Woodland 42, Hanahan 35
James Island 49, Colleton Co. 0
West Ashley 53, Stall 6
Timberland 6, Bishop England 0
Oceanside 42, Lake Marion 8
Beaufort 34, Philip Simmons 14
May River 49, Lucy Beckham 14
Trinity Collegiate 20, Porter-Gaud 7
Pee Dee Academy 34, Pinewood Prep 27
Faith Christian 58, Laurens Academy 6
Beaufort Academy 48, Palmetto Christian Academy 6
Hilton Head Academy 56, Charleston Collegiate 12
Two of the state’s top senior basketball players from Berkeley County were on the floor together on Nov. 30 in Cane Bay High School’s home opener.One reached a career a scoring milestone. The other poured in a career high for her squad.Cane Bay senior Alaina Nettles, a Charleston Southern signee, led three Cobras in double figures with 17 points as they pulled away from visiting Timberland High School, 64-41, in a girls basketball game. Nettles also grabbed 15 rebounds.Lady Wolves senior Amiyah Ferguson, a gu...
Two of the state’s top senior basketball players from Berkeley County were on the floor together on Nov. 30 in Cane Bay High School’s home opener.
One reached a career a scoring milestone. The other poured in a career high for her squad.
Cane Bay senior Alaina Nettles, a Charleston Southern signee, led three Cobras in double figures with 17 points as they pulled away from visiting Timberland High School, 64-41, in a girls basketball game. Nettles also grabbed 15 rebounds.
Lady Wolves senior Amiyah Ferguson, a guard signed with Cal State Northridge, paced Timberland with a game-high 21 points and tracked down six boards. Ferguson became a member of the 1,000-point club last winter and now has company.
It was Nettles’ time to shine Wednesday. The guard needed eight points to reach 1,000 for her career and hit it in the first half as Cane Bay built a 27-18 halftime lead. She’s poured in 33 points in two games, picking up where she left off last winter. Cane Bay improved to 2-0.
“Alaina is ready for every game,” Cane Bay coach Ira Owens said. “I’ve never known her not to be ready for a game. This is my fifth year coaching her. Even as an eighth-grader when she was getting three points or six points she was always ready. As she has grown, she’s gotten stronger and her skill level has gone up exponentially. She’s able to finish things. She’s just so smart. She really understands the game, when to speed things up and when to slow things down.”
Timberland (1-2) cut the deficit to five early in the third quarter but the Class 5A Cobras were able to fend off the Class 2A squad. Cane Bay seniors Lauren Thomas and Samantha Mullen added 13 and 11 points and the Cobras pushed the lead over 20 in the fourth quarter.
Junior Da’Sani Kinlaw was Timberland’s second leading scorer with nine points.
“It was two great basketball players out there tonight,” Timberland coach Allen Gethers said about Ferguson and Nettles. “Any time you’re playing a rival or another great player in the state of South Carolina, just even in your district, you’re going to show up and try to put on for your team. I think Amiyah fought and kept playing.”
Both Nettles and Ferguson were region players of the year and all-state selections in 2021-22.
In the boys game, Cane Bay coasted to a 72-28 victory. The Cobras led just 8-7 after a quarter before breaking it open with a 26-4 run in the second quarter.
Thirteen players scored for Cane Bay (2-0), led junior guard Isaac Smalls with 11 points.
Berkeley boys 57,
West Ashley 50
Josh Youngblood led three Berkeley Stags in double figures with 19 points to power the home team past visiting West Ashley on Nov. 30. Josh Hazelton and John Cleveland added 11 and 10, respectively.
The Stags improved to 1-1.
In the girls game, West Ashley pulled out a 21-17 victory.
Berkeley’s girls dropped to 0-2.
Player of the Week Cane Bay junior running back TJ Wright led the Cobras to a 31-28 win over previously unbeaten James Island. Wright carried 19 times for 194 yards and scored three touchdowns, including a 52-yard score, in the victory. Two of his touchdowns and nearly 80 yards came in the fourth quarter.Honor RollMikey Rosa, Wando – 15 tackles, TFL, sackJaden Cummings, Hanahan – 117 passing yards, 2 rushing TDJosh Grant, Ph...
Cane Bay junior running back TJ Wright led the Cobras to a 31-28 win over previously unbeaten James Island. Wright carried 19 times for 194 yards and scored three touchdowns, including a 52-yard score, in the victory. Two of his touchdowns and nearly 80 yards came in the fourth quarter.
Mikey Rosa, Wando – 15 tackles, TFL, sack
Jaden Cummings, Hanahan – 117 passing yards, 2 rushing TD
Josh Grant, Philip Simmons – 22 tackles (13 solo), 2 TFL
Tavien Orellana, Philip Simmons – 175 passing yards, 2 TD
Griffin Gore, Philip Simmons – 4/4 PAT, 35-yard FG, six touchbacks
Kevin Townsend, Baptist Hill – 149 rushing yards, 2 TD; 130 receiving yards, 2 TD
Harold Gathers, Baptist Hill – 19-of-23, 294 passing yards, 3 TD
Chris Simmons, Ashley Ridge – 146 rushing yards, 2 TD; 51 receiving yards
Jayden Acosta, Ashley Ridge – 130 rushing yards
Christian Garland, Ashley Ridge – 14 tackles
Davian Brown, Fort Dorchester – 125 rushing yards, 2 TD
James Ball, Porter-Gaud – 11 tackles, 3 PAT, FG
Santory Jones, Cross – 118 rushing yards, 10 tackles, 3 TFL
Damion Haines, Cross – 10 tackles, 2 TFL
Cameron Avery, Cane Bay – 13 tackles, 3 TFL
Lawson Thorn, Cane Bay – 39-yard punt avg., 4 touchbacks, 4-4 PAT, game-winning FG (29 yards)
Coleman Franzone, James Island – 43.3-yard punt avg, 4 touchbacks, 4-4 PAT
Amontrae Scott, James Island – 128 rushing yards, 2 TD
Garrett Coombs, Lucy Beckham – 9 tackles, 2 TFL
Curtis Magwood, First Baptist – Sack, blocked FG, six knockdown blocks, fumble recovery for TD
Mac Powers, First Baptist – 19 total tackles
Troy Reid, Goose Creek – 6 receptions, 166 yards, 2 TD
Drew Moore, Goose Creek – 259 yards passing, 3 TD; 61 yards rushing, TD
Chance Green, Woodland – 9 tackles, 2 sacks, forced fumble
Suderian Harrison, Woodland – 189 yards rushing, 3 TD
1. Oceanside Collegiate
2. Fort Dorchester
3. West Ashley
6. Baptist Hill
7. Lucy Beckham
8. Cane Bay
9. Ashley Ridge
10. James Island
Wando at Ashley Ridge
Summerville at Goose Creek
Cane Bay at May River
Fort Dorchester at Gaffney
Sumter at Oceanside
Stratford at St. James
Timberland at West Ashley
Philip Simmons at Bishop England
Woodland at Colleton Co.
North Charleston at Burke
Porter-Gaud at Hanahan
Baptist Hill at Manning
Buford at Cross
Military Magnet at Edisto
Northwoods vs. Academic Magnet at District 4 Stadium
First Baptist at Wilson Hall
Spartanburg Christian at Colleton Prep
Palmetto Christian at Bethesda
Dillon Christian at Dorchester Academy
Conway Christian at St. John’s Christian
Newberry Academy at Cathedral
Faith Christian at Charleston Collegiate