Dogs offered Copeland today from Cane Bay, killer speed. 5-8 170-180, runs a sub 4.4 dash. Kick return specialist. Bleamer is a Coach on that team.
Cane Bay senior Kris Copeland, making his first start at quarterback this season, rushed for 300 yards and five touchdowns in leading the Cobras to a 38-31 victory over Hanahan on Friday night.
Copeland, a running back who replaced injured starting quarterback RJ Roderick, is The Post and Courier's Lowcountry high school football player of the week.
Shifty senior Kris Copeland showcased why he is considered one of the most special, slippery football players in the Lowcountry on Friday.
Copeland passed for a touchdown, ran for two more and returned both a punt and kickoff for touchdowns to sparkle in a 63-14 victory over visiting Stall High School in a Region 8-AAAA contest at CBHS.
“I’ve never had a kid like Kris Copeland,” CBHS coach Russell Zehr said. “He’s one of those special types of kids you get to coach once a lifetime. He’s unbelievable with the ball and he’s becoming more of a leader.”
Kris Copeland rushed for 134 yards and a 73-yard touchdown and also returned a kickoff 79 yards for a score to power the Cobras to a 24-21 victory over visiting Hilton Head in a Region 8-AAAA clash on Friday at CBHS. Defensive back Kalib Stewart’s interception inside the Cobras' 5-yard line with less than 30 seconds left preserved the win. Hilton Head quarterback Collin Kaiser was pressured by Cane Bay linebacker Chase Smith on the play.