Bobcats News · Inaugural Selections for Bobcat Athletics Hall-of-Fame Announced!!!!

Bluffton High School Athletics is pleased to announce that our  Hall-of-Fame Committee has completed the selection process and chosen the following individuals to be represented in our inaugural class:


Charles “Dave” Adams (Coach/Athletic Director)

Dave Adams was the first Athletic Director and Football Coach at Bluffton High School.  Dave Adams served in the capacity of athletic director from 2004 – 2016.  Coach Adams was influential in establishing a winning tradition at Bluffton High School that we strive to carry on daily


Al Stern (Coach/Volleyball)

Coach Stern was the original head coach of the Bluffton High School Volleyball team and led his program to a State Championships in 2006 and 2007.  His team was also a State Runner-up in 2005 and 2009.  Coach Stern is a former Beaufort County School District Board of Education.  To this day, Coach Stern is still involved with the Lowcountry Volleyball Club.  Many of the records his teams have acquired still stand today.


Heaven Harvey – Graduating Class of  (Athlete/Volleyball)

4 year varsity starter, Team won 1 State Title, Team won 2 Lowerstate Titles, Team won 4 region titles, All State 05, 06, 07, North South All Star senior year, SCHSL 3A Player of the year 07, Career record in 4 years for kills (1,176) still stands


Tyler Rosenlieb – Graduating Class of 2010 (Athlete/Wrestling

Tyler was the first individual State Champion for Bluffton High School in any sport.  In  Tyler won the 160 lb State Championship in the AAA Wrestling State Championship Tournament.  Tyler was selected as a North-South Senior All-Star and finished as all-time leader in career wins with 191.


Nic Tones – Graduating Class of  (Athlete/Cross Country)

Nic still holds our school record of 15:50 for a 5k along with the mile and 4×800 meter relay records. He was the leader of our back to back state championship teams in 2005 and 2006. Nic not only ran for USCB as an All-American, he also went on to run for Clemson when he transferred for 2 more years.