Beaufort Academy didn’t have to look far to find its next boys basketball coach – he was already in town. The Eagles on Wednesday announced former Beaufort High School coach Nate Livesay will take over the program, replacing longtime coach Chip Dinkins, who stepped down last month citing health concerns. Livesay has an impressive resume, … Continue reading BA Hires Former BHS Coach Livesay To Lead Boys Hoops Program
Six former standout student-athletes were inducted into the Hilton Head Island High School Athletic Hall of Fame at halftime of Friday’s football game against Battery Creek.
It’s Monday morning and time for the Lowco Lowdown, a quick snapshot of what happened in local sports last week and what to expect in the week ahead.
Longtime Beaufort Academy boys basketball coach Chip Dinkins is stepping away from coaching, the school announced in a release.
A total of 60 student-athletes from Beaufort County public schools signed scholarships last school year, according to documentation the district released ahead of Thursday’s Coaches Convocation.
Bluffton High School has a new athletic director, and principal Denise Garison didn’t have to look far to find him. Cody Slaughter has been promoted from his assistant AD post to replace Reggie Fields, who is leaving to take an assistant principal position at Cape Fear High School in Fayetteville N.C., after one year at … Continue reading Cody Slaughter Promoted To AD Position At Bluffton High School
For the seventh consecutive year, Hilton Head Island High School received top statewide honors for its athletic programs, once again earning the Carlisle Cup from the South Carolina Athletic Administrators Association earlier this month.
Lowcountry sports fans, allow me to (re)introduce myself.