The Hilton Head Island High School girls swept the top five places in a dominant performance and Bluffton High School’s boys placed five runners in the top nine to claim the team titles at the Beaufort County Cross Country Championships on Saturday.
The Hilton Head Island High School boys cross country team skipped the Beaufort County Championships this weekend in search of stronger competition – but they still were hardly challenged.
Hilton Head Island High School runner Sam Gilman raced to another prestigious title Saturday, winning the boys 5K race at the Mike Moore Lake Murray Invitational and leading the Seahawks to a fourth-place team finish in the boys division.
A pair of top-10 performances on the men's side highlighted the USCB cross country team's season debut at the Palmetto State XC Festival on Saturday in Columbia. Junior Cristian Slaton (17:14) finished third in the men's race and freshman Wesley Murphy (17:43) was seventh in his collegiate debut to lead the Sand Sharks. Freshman Justin Dolata (19:09) finished 24th. The USCB … Continue reading USCB XC Claims Two Top-10 Finishes In Opener
Beaufort High School’s boys cross country team finished sixth among 20 teams and the girls were 10th among 17 teams at the Green Wave Invitational on Saturday in Summerville.
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.
The USCB cross country team makes its debut under new head coach Bernard Gaither on Saturday morning at the Palmetto State XC Festival in Columbia. The women’s race is scheduled for 10 a.m. with the women to follow at 10:45.
More than 30 years later, it’s still painful to watch Gabriela Andersen-Schiess stagger around the track in the Los Angeles Coliseum for nearly six minutes.
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.
The Bluffton High School boys cross country team finished fourth among 28 teams, and May River High School’s Owen Andrews placed eighth overall in 17:58 to lead area runners at the Saucony XC Kickoff Classic at Daffin Park in Savannah.