Gabriel-Hugo Guadagno was already grappling with the difficulty of losing most of his senior season to injury, but he was hopeful for a return to help the Bluffton boys soccer team make a playoff push.
This is the first in a series of "Virtual Senior Day" events, this time honoring the seniors on the May River boys soccer team.
Knee injuries have crushed the dreams of many soccer hopefuls throughout the years. Not Kierstin Clark’s.
Ashley Guillot spent countless hours watching her older brother and sister play soccer, and when she was 4 years old she laced up her first pair cleats. Ever since, the Battery Creek girls soccer captain has been on one field or another preparing for this season.
When you’re a leader and a captain, sometimes you have to get tough with your teammates. But when you’re a leader and a captain, you know you also have to keep the team morale up. Daniela Gularte found a solution for when she has to bark at her Bluffton High School soccer teammates.
It was hard to imagine what Kylee Gleason might do for an encore. The May River softball star has hit over .500 ever year during her career with the Sharks, including a silly .683 clip as a junior. Incredibly, she was on pace for an even higher batting average before the 2020 campaign was put on hold.
Paul Winland Jr. has been looking forward to living his dream of playing major college baseball. But he wasn’t ready yet.
Uriel Zarracan spent the fall kicking balls under the bright lights at Bobcat Stadium, earning second-team All-Lowco honors as Bluffton High School’s punter. But spring was going to be his real time to shine.
It was shaping up to be a big year for Whit Molloy. The Hilton Head High boys lacrosse star had his college search out of the way and was ready to shine in his final season as a Seahawk.
What do I think I know this week? Not much of anything. I’ve never been more uncertain in my life.