The host teams kept the hardware at home and punched their tickets to the Dixie Baseball World Series when the 13-and-under and 14-and-under Beaufort County all-star baseball teams captured South Carolina state titles last week at Oscar Frazier Park in Bluffton.
The remarkable baseball journey of former Hilton Head High and South Carolina Gamecocks star Carmen Mlodzinski has officially reached the pinnacle of the sport.
Join Team Lowco's Justin Jarrett and Wes Kerr and longtime Lowco baseball coach Ned "Butch" Mullis for another episode of the Lowco Diamond Dudes, covering baseball and softball in the Lowcountry. Our guest this time around the bases is Eric Jones Jr., the Savannah Bananas' current home run leader on the Banana Ball World Tour.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Before he jets off to North Macedonia for his second year of professional basketball overseas, Port Royal’s own Ryle Owens stopped by the LowcoSports Lowdown to chat with LowcoSports.com’s Justin Jarrett and Wes Kerr.
Kaleb Gibson ended his collegiate baseball career in the best way imaginable — in a national championship dogpile with his North Greenville teammates who have become brothers.
For the first time since 2010, all four Hilton Head Baseball Association All-Star teams captured the district title and are headed to the state level. An accomplishment like this is no easy task, especially in a Lowcountry community filled with outstanding athletes.