Summerville might be feeling confident about its contest against James Island on Friday: the team has won its last four games while James Island hasn't managed any wins for four games in a row. Summerville had just enough last game, edging out Wando 24 - 21. Meanwhile, James Island was crushed by West Ashley 48 - 14 last week.
Summerville's match was tied at the half, but it pulled ahead in the second half to snag the victory. Its outcome was closer than expected given that many spots separate the two teams in the state rankings. The win bumped its record up to 5-1.
As for James Island, its game was close at the break (14 - 7), but West Ashley took charge in the second half. Senior Germonta Brisbane didn't go down without a fight, though. He put up some defensive resistance with 27 tackles. The defeat dropped James Island's record to 1-6.
We'll see if Summerville can add another positive mark to its record or if James Island can shake its loss and take the spring out of Summerville's step.
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