South Carolina’s high school football state championship games could be scattered around the state this December. All of the games, except for class 1A, have been played at USC’s Williams-Brice Stadium in recent seasons. But USC charges the High School League over 60-thousand dollars for the use of the stadium. That cost is passed down to the participating schools which see reduced revenues as a result.
There is at least one proposal on the table for the 4A championships to be played at Clemson this season. The 2A championships, and there will be two of them this season, may headed to Benedict College which already hosts the 1A games on the Friday after Thanksgiving. That would leave the 3A championship game to find a home.
The executive committee of the High School Leaue is to meet in late April to vote on the proposals about the games’ locations.