Socastee Boys Varsity Football

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Signing Day

Wednesday, March 4 Congratulations to Logan Wicks and Cooper Bryson for signing national letters of intent to play at the next level. Logan Wicks signed with Methodist to play football and Cooper Bryson signed with USC Sumter to play baseball.

Varsity Football vs. St. James 7:30 PM

Varsity Football vs. St. James at 7:30 PM tonight. Braves Stadium. We will be recognizing our Seniors and their Parents tonight. (FB, Cheer, Bravettes & Student Trainers before the Game  —   Cross Country, Golf, Volleyball & Band at Halftime) We will be selling “Beat St. James” t-shirts in the Athletic Office during Lunches today for $5. If

Athlete of the Week: Luke Bozard

Congratulations to Luke Bozard for being named Athlete of the Week. This weekly award is sponsored by the Sports and Entertainment Marketing classes at Socastee High School in partnership with the athletic department.   Luke Bozard is a sophomore on the varsity football team and plays running back for the Braves. He leads the team

Braves Defeated by West Brunswick

The Socastee Braves varsity football team opened the season Friday night against West Brunswick and lost the game 0-28. The Braves are off this week before hosting Oceanside on Friday, September 6 at Braves Stadium. Offensively for the Braves, quarterback, Darius Lewis, was 5 for 10 on 59 yards passing and rushed for 20 yards

Tonight 7:30 Kickoff vs. West Brunswick

Come out to Braves Stadium tonight and cheer on your varsity football team as they take on West Brunswick to open the season. Kickoff is at 7:30. Students arriving to the game by 7:45 will be admitted to the game for FREE. The student gate will close at 7:45. The student gate is to the

Get Seen, Get Paid Scholarship

Congratulations to Cameron Spain for receiving the “Get Seen, Get Paid Scholarship” sponsored by Derrick Law Firm. The purpose of the scholarship program is to allow kids who have the talent and work ethic to compete on the collegiate level but who lack resources, to attend football camps in hopes of receiving a football scholarship. Coach