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Carmen Camarillo and Juan Gonzalez lost their son Sergio Gonzalez in January of 2018 when the 15-year-old football and soccer player at Oceanside Academy collapsed at home and died a few days later. Sergio lives on through his little brother and a foundation that helps local kids play soccer.

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Dwayne Wright rushed for 156 yards and scored two touchdowns and Sabb had 175 yards of total offense and scored twice to lead Fort Dorchester past Summerville, 35-17, Friday night before a pack house at John McKissick Field.

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The game may not have had major playoff implications, but Friday night’s SCISA Class AAA contest between Porter-Gaud and First Baptist meant a lot to Porter-Gaud’s first-year head coach Brad Bowles and his Cyclones.

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Oceanside Collegiate Academy needed all the offense it could muster in its Region 6-AA showdown with Timberland on Friday night. The Landsharks won the game 49-40 behind the backfield tandem of quarterback Sean Cooney and running back Keegan Williams.

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Freshman quarterback Zolten Osborne passed for nearly 200 yards and a touchdown and running back Dwayne Wright ran for two touchdowns Fort Dorchester's 41-14 victory over visiting Ashley Ridge on Friday night.

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Oceanside Collegiate is currently awaiting word from the S.C. High School League on what penalties it may face after allegedly allowing players to participate in both junior varsity and varsity games last week against Philip Simmons. Even if Oceanside must forfeit that 70-0 win over Philip Simmons, Friday’s game against Timberland still will determine the Region 6-AA champion.

Porter-Gaud’s swimming program continued its dominance over the weekend with the boys and girls teams capturing SCISA state championships in Augusta.

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It was a weekend unlike any other for football parents Charles and Betty Mukuamu. On Friday, their youngest son, Goose Creek quarterback Emmanuel Mukuamu, led his team to an upset victory over Berkeley. On Saturday, Israel Mukuamu was the hero in South Carolina's upset of Georgia after making three interceptions, including one he returned for a touchdown.