LowcoSports founder Justin Jarrett lauds the SCHSL for righting many wrongs with the "multiplier-times-three" rule it will implement next school year.
We've watched Nick Pringle rise from an undersized high school sophomore who was off the radar to the grown man who led Alabama to a first round win Thursday. He's far from finished making us proud.
Before we get to what we gleaned from Week 3 of the high school football season, here’s one thing on which I am absolutely certain we can agree — give the rain a rest already, at least on Friday nights.
LowcoSports.com founder Justin Jarrett sifts through the rubble after each week of the high school football season and tries to draw conclusions from what happens under the Friday Night Lights.
We all know what rainy days and Mondays are prone to do, but don’t get down, even if your high school football is 0-2. We’re just getting started. Here are 5 Things I *Think* I Know after Week 1
Here are 5 Things I Think I Know after Week 0 of the 2022 high school football season.
There’s nothing I enjoy better than covering sports action in the Lowco and beyond. But there’s something special about attending a game not as a reporter, but as a fan. Especially when it’s a playoff game in one of the loudest arenas in sports. I’ve always been told how few athletic experiences can top the … Continue reading WES’s WISDOM: Seeing the ’Canes with Curry has spurred hockey fever
The best student-athletes are those who shine with their commitment and drive every time they take the field. Here in the Lowco, there may be no better example than University of Miami-bound Hilton Head Prep kicker Trevor Weldon.
Ahh, Spring Break! A time of relaxation and renewal … unless you’re in the local sports business. Because this life I’ve chosen is so chaotic at times that you wouldn’t believe it if I told you, I’m just gonna tell you and let you choose whether to believe it. But it’s all true.
One of the hidden personal benefits of this horrible pandemic — a phrase that feels almost callous to even consider — is the opportunity it offered many of us to slow down and reflect. Those five months with no sports also gave me time to finally watch “The Wire,” one episode per night starting in March 2020, and that was life-changing in its own way, but it was the introspection that I valued most.