Fans of area private school football teams can start marking dates on their calendar for fall.
The next meeting of the Athletic Club of the Lowcountry is scheduled for March 12 at Lord of Life Lutheran Church off Buckwalter Parkway in Bluffton.
A longtime Beaufort football coach is sticking around the Lowcountry – in fact, he’s not even leaving Lady’s Island.
Wednesday marked the opening of the regular signing period for football and soccer – the period during which high school student-athletes can sign National Letters of Intent to play for NCAA teams. Student-athletes from five Beaufort County schools were expected to sign Wednesday, including nine football players.
Six area players were named to the SCISA Class 1A All-State team released Tuesday.
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Ridgeland-Hardeeville High School has named Thomas Balkcom its interim head football coach with an intention to eventually lift the interim tag, athletics director Jeremiah Faber confirmed Thursday.
Poona Ford often reminds himself – and anyone else who is listening – that he has always been told he is too short to play defensive tackle.
Beaufort Academy is in the market for a new football coach. Former Beaufort High coach Mark Clifford might be a good fit.