We're celebrating a whole bunch of state championships on this week's edition of the Lowcountry Sports Report. Check it out here before it airs at 8 p.m. Friday on The County Channel.
Battery Creek claimed its first softball state title with a 2-1 win over visiting Union County in the Class 3A state championship Wednesday night.
Hilton Head High’s boys golf team saved two of its best rounds of the season for the biggest stage, as the Seahawks fired rounds of 304 and 303 on Monday and Tuesday at Port Royal Plantation’s Barony Course to claim the Class 4A state title.
Battery Creek is one win away from claiming the school’s first softball state title after a 2-1 win at Union County in the opening game of the Class 3A state championship series Monday.
On this week's edition of the Lowcountry Sports Report, Carlo and JJ break down the high school sports playoffs and preview state championship weekend in soccer and track & field, and Mitch Miegel and golfer Bobby Dunphy stop by for Sand Shark Bytes.
Whale Branch finished eighth in the girls standings and 10th in the boys standings at the Class 2A track and field state championships on Friday and Saturday in Columbia.
Beaufort High’s boys blazed to their second consecutive Class 4A track and field state championship with a dominant performance Friday and Saturday in Columbia.
Led by three individual champions, two runners-up, and two third-place relay teams, May River’s boys track and field team claimed the first team state championship in the school’s three-year history Saturday in Columbia.
May River’s boys soccer team went into Saturday intent on winning the third-year school’s first team state championship.
Hilton Head Christian Academy’s boys were denied their third consecutive SCISA 2A title Saturday, losing 2-1 in overtime to Oakbrook Prep at Porter-Gaud in Charleston.