This week, new Hilton Head Prep football coach Dustin Etheridge and HHIHS volleyball star Makenna Mason stop by for interviews, and JJ and Wes recap THA’s football’s opening win, take a look at the preseason football polls and Poona Ford’s prospects in free agency after this season, talk some hoops with Ryle Owens’ second pro contract and new coaches at Whale Branch and BA, recap the Bobcat Scorcher road race, and name their Teams of the Week.
Team Lowco gets you ready for kickoff — whew, just in time for your drive to the stadium … we didn’t get any scrimmages in and only returned two starters, we’ll do better next week — with previews of every high school football game across the Lowco in Week Zero of the 2022 season with the Lowco Pigskin Podcast!
The preseason S.C. Prep Football Media Poll was released Monday with sports journalists from around the Palmetto State weighing in on their top 10 teams from each SCHSL classification entering the 2022 season.
Beaufort tennis phenom Graeme Angus and Hilton Head High football star Jaylen Sneed are among the nominees for the national player of the year awards at the USA Today High School Sports Awards. The national winners will be announced during the awards show, which premieres live at 8 p.m. ET Sunday on the Sports Awards website.
Wes Kerr and Misaél Garzón put a bow on the 2022 high school soccer season in a new edition of Lowco FC, honoring the teams and players that made this season special and recognizing the SCHSL All-Region 7-4A squads. Plus, Tormenta U16 boys head coach Jay Peake stops by to discuss his team’s journey to the MLS Next Cup playoffs. Garzon will recap his experience coaching the boys North-South game, and we’ll look ahead to a busy summer and fall in the club scene and beyond.
LowcoSports.com’s Justin Jarrett and Wes Kerr get you up to speed with the latest local sports news and analysis from around the South Carolina Lowcountry, covering Beaufort, Jasper, and Colleton counties. On this week’s show, SCHSL Class 5A/4A singles champion Graeme Angus and coach Dave Riedmayer from Beaufort High School pop in for an interview.
Beaufort High led a strong showing from the Lowco contingent at the SCHSL Class 4A track and field meet Saturday, earning six combined top-three finishes including an individual title at Spring Valley High School in Columbia.