Last Night in the Lowco: March 25, 2022

Last Night in the Lowco: March 25, 2022

Hey LowcoSports fans, I’ve been beating my head against the wall trying to figure out how to balance your desire for timely LOCAL sports news – something you deserve – with our limited resources and the universe’s cruel joke of including only 24 hours in each day.

But this is a grassroots operation, and that means it begins with a seed. You plant it, nurture it, and watch it grow. Sometimes it dies. Sometimes it flourishes and produces the most incredible blooms imaginable. 

We’ll see what happens with this seed, but here’s our latest attempt to bring the LOCAL sports news and analysis to you wherever you are, whenever you want it. This is Last Night in the Lowco, and if all goes well, you’ll see or hear it again Tuesday morning. You can watch it on video here, pop it in your ears or on the car stereo in podcast form, or read it below.

Let us know what you think and how we can improve it!

FRIDAY, March 25

BASEBALL

Bluffton 10, May River 9 — The Bobcats rallied from a 9-0 deficit after two innings to salvage a split of the Hometown Showdown series.
Colleton County 4, Westwood 3 — The Cougars squandered a 3-0 lead in the sixth but rallied for a run in the bottom half to win at home.

SOFTBALL

Colleton County 17, Bluffton 7 — The Cougars scored 15 runs in the first three innings to ambush the Bobcats at The Den.
James Island 6, May River 3 — A five-run third inning from the Trojans erased the Sharks’ 3-0 lead, and May River didn’t score after the second in a tough road loss.

GIRLS SOCCER

Colleton County 7, Whale Branch 0 — The Cougars stepped out of their brutal Region 7-4A schedule to blank the Warriors on the road and end a five-game skid.
Bluffton 1, Lucy Beckham 1 (BLHS 4-3 in penalties)  — The Bobcats found the equalizer with 17 minutes remaining and won a penalty shootout 4-3 to earn a huge result in Region 7-4A.
May River 1, Beaufort 0 — Kaylie Nelson scored the game’s only goal and the Sharks held on to keep the clean sheet and pick up a Region 7-4A win.
James Island 6, Hilton Head High 0 — The defending state champion Trojans remained undefeated with a shutout to stop the Seahawks’ two-game win streak in region play.
Hilton Head Prep 2, Hoover (Ala.) 2 — The Dolphins dueled to a hard-fought draw with Alabama Class 7A foe Hoover at HHIHS. 

BOYS SOCCER

Bluffton 2, Lucy Beckham 0 — Humberto Rodriguez and Luis Rojas scored goals as the Bobcats blanked the Bengals on the road.
May River 4, Beaufort 1 — The Sharks scored twice in each half to win on the road and snap a three-game skid in Region 7-4A.
James Island 3, Hilton Head High 0 — The defending state champion Trojans shut out the visiting Seahawks. 

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