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See which area high school football stars made our 2020 All-Lowco Football Teams presented by Local Pie.
As we embark on a new year, and hopefully one that has little in common with the one we’re casting out, let’s take a moment to remember 2020, flaws and all, including links to some of our most popular stories of the year.
May River’s legendary quarterback Ahmad Green and standout Thomas Heyward linemen Therion Cannon and John Hampton-Hewlett put pen to paper Wednesday, officially signing with their college programs on the first day of the NCAA’s December early signing period.
Eight Lowco area high school football stars earned first-team All-State honors and three more earned honorable mention from the South Carolina Football Coaches Association on Friday.
Whale Branch’s Jerry Hatcher was named the Coach of the Year and Jaylen Reeves was picked as the Co-Player of the Year on the All-Region 7-1A team announced last month. The Warriors placed nine players on the all-region football team and two more on the all-region volleyball squad.
Region champion Beaufort High and runner-up May River dominated the superlative awards and the All-Region 7-4A football first team released this week.
A baker’s dozen of area private-school football stars were selected to play for the South All-Stars in the 2020 SCISA North-South All-Star Football Game tonight at Heathwood Hall in Columbia.
To commemorate the state championship runs by the Hilton Head Christian Academy and Thomas Heyward Academy football teams, LowcoSports has created "front pages" featuring our coverage of both games so fans can order a custom keepsake to remember this remarkable season.
HHCA's Ron and JP Peduzzi and THA's Nic and Dietrich Shuford achieved the ultimate father-son goal Saturday — teaming up to win state titles.