Members of the cheer squad at May River High School hold a banner honoring their fellow student Michael Mugrage, 16, with angel wings, a halo, and a number 4, who died on Aug. 28 from an aggressive form of cancer, as members of the football team crash through it to start Friday’s football game against Whale Branch Early College High School. Originally Michael, who chose the number 4, was to be an honorary captain for the team, but his deteriorating health prevented that from occurring. Instead, the football team chose to honor Michael by rotating the jersey No. 4 among players, WTOC reported.
Members of the cheer squad at May River High School hold a banner honoring their fellow student Michael Mugrage, 16, with angel wings, a halo, and a number 4, who died on Aug. 28 from an aggressive form of cancer, as members of the football team crash through it to start Friday’s football game against Whale Branch Early College High School. Originally Michael, who chose the number 4, was to be an honorary captain for the team, but his deteriorating health prevented that from occurring. Instead, the football team chose to honor Michael by rotating the jersey No. 4 among players, WTOC reported. Drew Martin dmartin@islandpacket.com
Members of the cheer squad at May River High School hold a banner honoring their fellow student Michael Mugrage, 16, with angel wings, a halo, and a number 4, who died on Aug. 28 from an aggressive form of cancer, as members of the football team crash through it to start Friday’s football game against Whale Branch Early College High School. Originally Michael, who chose the number 4, was to be an honorary captain for the team, but his deteriorating health prevented that from occurring. Instead, the football team chose to honor Michael by rotating the jersey No. 4 among players, WTOC reported. Drew Martin dmartin@islandpacket.com

Scores from Friday’s Lowcountry and SC high school football games

October 12, 2018 07:00 PM