A dominant second half sealed Beaufort Academy's first state title in girls soccer, and with an eighth-grade phenom leading the way, the Eagles might not be done.
GSOC 2023: Dolphins cap magical run with SCISA 3A title
The HHP girls soccer team won 11 straight games to close out the season with a SCISA 3A state title. Wes Kerr tells the story of this special squad.
2022 All-Lowco Football Team & Superlatives (SCISA)
Meet the 2022 All-Lowco Football Team, SCISA edition!
2022 All-Lowco Football Team & Superlatives (SCHSL)
The All-Lowco Football Team presented by LowcoSports.com honors the top high school football players from the South Carolina Lowcountry, including Beaufort, Jasper, Colleton, and Hampton counties.
LOWCO PERSPECTIVE: Controversy at Bama aside, Nick Pringle makes us all proud
We've watched Nick Pringle rise from an undersized high school sophomore who was off the radar to the grown man who led Alabama to a first round win Thursday. He's far from finished making us proud.
Last Night in the Lowco: March 9, 2023
Today on Last Night in the Lowco, we round up scores and stats from all the sporting events from around the Lowco, including highlights from big wins for Beaufort High softball and USCB baseball.
Last Night in the Lowco: March 8, 2023
Today on Last Night in the Lowco, we round up scores and stats from all the high school sporting events from around the Lowco along with highlights from Bluffton vs. John Paul II and May River vs. Beaufort in boys soccer action.
Last Night in the Lowco: March 7, 2023
Today on Last Night in the Lowco, we round up scores and stats from all the high school sporting events from around the Lowco along with highlights from Bluffton vs. Battery Creek softball and Bluffton vs. Woodland baseball.
Last (Weekend) in the Lowco: March 6, 2023
Today on Last Night in the Lowco, we round up all the high school baseball, softball, soccer, and lacrosse scores from around the Lowco along with results from the first big track meet of the season with highlights featuring May River, Colleton County, John Paul II, Battery Creek, and Wade Hampton.
HSFB: May River football closing in on hire; Myers leaving JPII
More than three months after Rodney Summers stepped down as head football coach at May River High School in the wake of the Sharks’ first-round playoff loss to Myrtle Beach, the program is moving toward finding its next coach after a two-month delay.