With the launch of a new podcast this month, as well as two state championship football games to plan coverage for, a slew of college signings, and preparations underway for basketball season, it took a little longer than usual to gather my thoughts this week.
Ten Hilton Head High student-athletes representing five different sports signed national letters of intent Thursday to formalize their plans to play at the next level.
Beaufort High baseball standout Paul Winland Jr. made his college plans official Wednesday, signing a national letter-of-intent to play at the University of Missouri next season.
The most comprehensive sports coverage in the Lowcountry is about to enter a new frontier with the impending launch of the LowcoSports Lowdown podcast!
Although no one claimed a state title, it was a banner year for area high school baseball teams, thanks in large part to the members of the second annual All-Lowco Baseball Team.
A trio of Lowcountry baseball stars helped their team to the championship in the Diamond Prospects Palmetto Games this weekend at Founders Park in Columbia.
The Beaufort County All-Stars saw their run at the Dixie Junior Boys (13U) World Series end at the hands of a familiar rival Tuesday in Aiken.
The Beaufort County All-Stars claimed another lopsided win Monday, beating Huntington, Texas, 13-3 in five innings to stay alive in the Dixie Junior Boys (13U) World Series in Aiken.
The Beaufort County All-Stars rolled to a 21-6 win over Spring Hill, Florida, on Sunday to stay alive at the Dixie Junior Boys World Series in Aiken.
The Beaufort County All-Stars got off to a rocky start at the Dixie Junior Boys World Series, losing 11-1 to Sumter on Saturday in Aiken.