Football fans throughout the Palmetto State woke up like kids on Christmas morning today and found a big ol’ pile of presents waiting under the tree. But we can’t open them until tonight.
A hulking presence at 6-foot-5 and 265 pounds, Battery Creek senior Padric Payne has a confession. He’s the second-smallest starter on the Dolphins’ offensive line.
Perhaps no sport has found the Lowcountry soil more fertile than soccer, and the impressive talent that has sprouted is on display with the second annual All-Lowco Boys Soccer Team. With Class 3A state champion May River leading the way, along with state runners-up Hilton Head Christian Academy and Beaufort Academy, Lowcountry teams made a … Continue reading Sharks Headline All-Lowco Boys Soccer Team
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.
The Lowcountry hasn’t always been considered one of the stronger parts of the Palmetto State for softball talent, but that might be changing thanks to the star-studded lineup that makes up the second annual All-Lowco Softball Team.
When the Battery Creek softball team defends its Class 3A state championship next season, it will do so with a new coach at the helm.
The time has finally arrived to announce the second annual All-Lowco Boys Basketball Team Presented By Beaufort Hustle Basketball.
The time has finally arrived to announce the second annual All-Lowco Girls Basketball Team Presented By Lowcountry Heat Basketball.
Battery Creek High School has promoted varsity girls basketball coach Sarah Hayes to fill its athletic director position vacated by Wayne Alston’s departure earlier this month.
Nearly one-third of the varsity boys basketball coaching positions in Beaufort and Jasper counties have turned over since the end of the season, and three of the four open positions were filled close to home.