Class AA state volleyball champ Bishop England had three players honored by The Coaches Association of Women's Sports (CAWS).
Junior Ellie James was selected all-state in Class AA, while Sara Luhn and Kate Westbrook were selected to play in the Class AA-A North-South game.
Wando had two players honored. Savannah Miller and Tinsley Hallman were selected all-state in Class AAAA and will play in the Class AAAA-AAA North-South game.
Other all-state selections include: Kathryn Steverson, Summerville (Class AAAA), Mackenzie Cooler and Abby Roulston, Bluffton (Class AAA), Jordan Smith, Timberland and Ashley Cox, Hanahan (Class AA), Kortnee Johno, Cross and Sara Larsen, Charleston Math and Science (Class A).
Bluffton's Danielle Bothe was selected to play in the Class AAAA-AAA North-South game.
Serena Hagerty, Academic Magnet; Emmy Baker, Timberland and Shawanna McNeil of Burke were selected to play in the Class AA-A North-South game.
The North-South games will be held Nov. 19 at Erskine College.
The Goose Creek Gators are 10-1 and the No. 1 seed in Division II-AAAA for a good reason. The Gators possess a great running attack, averaging 358 yards and nearly six touchdowns a game on the ground.
Sophomore Caleb Kinlaw leads the way with 1,124 yards per game. He is averaging 8.8 yards per carry.
Shrine Bowl fullback Virgil Smalls has 789 yards and 27 TDs on the ground. Quarterback Jaquan Marsh has 686 yards and 11 TDs on the ground. And then there's running back/wide receiver Tramel Terry. He's rushed for 637 yards and six TDs, while making 32 catches for 576 yards and four TDs.
The Gators host Lancaster in the first round at 7:30 p.m. on Friday.
Kaitlin Sojourner has a promising future in cross country. She runs for Charleston Math and Science and finished 32nd individually in girls Class A at the state meet, which was contested at the Sandhills Research Center over the weekend in Columbia. That's not too shabby for the seventh-grader who had a time of 22 minutes and 24 seconds.
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