Join us in reflecting on the past year in local sports news and revisit some of the top stories of 2019.
With the launch of a new podcast this month, as well as two state championship football games to plan coverage for, a slew of college signings, and preparations underway for basketball season, it took a little longer than usual to gather my thoughts this week.
Ten Hilton Head High student-athletes representing five different sports signed national letters of intent Thursday to formalize their plans to play at the next level.
Nine Hilton Head Prep student-athletes signed National Letters of Intent on Wednesday to continue their athletic careers at the collegiate level next season.
May River’s girls golf team finished off a great season with a fourth-place finish at the Class 3A state championship Tuesday at Coastal Carolina University’s Hackler Course.
The local contingent of golfers held up their steady play in difficult conditions during the final round of the Class 4A girls golf state championship Tuesday at Shipyard Golf Club on Hilton Head Island.
Host team Hilton Head High is in sixth place after the first round of the Class 4A girls golf state championship being played at Shipyard Golf Club.
The most comprehensive sports coverage in the Lowcountry is about to enter a new frontier with the impending launch of the LowcoSports Lowdown podcast!
Hilton Head High’s girls golf team qualified for the Class 4A state tournament, and Beaufort High’s Izzy Stone earned an individual berth in the state meet with strong performances during the Lower State qualifier Monday at Coastal Carolina University’s Hackler Course.
Hilton Head High captured the team title and Beaufort High’s Izzy Stone was the individual champion at the Region 7-4A girls golf meet Monday at The Legends at Parris Island.