Sure, they’re working on the fundamentals and putting in plays, but one other objective kept coming up for May River’s football team this preseason — getting meaner.
May River’s girls golf team edged Hilton Head High by 12 shots to win a tri-match at Dolphin Head Golf Course on Tuesday.
Although no team stood out above the rest this season, the level of play across the Lowcountry continues to rise, as evidenced by the players on the second annual All-Lowco Girls Soccer Team.
Perhaps no sport has found the Lowcountry soil more fertile than soccer, and the impressive talent that has sprouted is on display with the second annual All-Lowco Boys Soccer Team. With Class 3A state champion May River leading the way, along with state runners-up Hilton Head Christian Academy and Beaufort Academy, Lowcountry teams made a … Continue reading Sharks Headline All-Lowco Boys Soccer Team
May River’s girls golf team began its season with a fourth-place finish at the Ponderosa Preview on Thursday.
Although no one claimed a state title, it was a banner year for area high school baseball teams, thanks in large part to the members of the second annual All-Lowco Baseball Team.
The Lowcountry hasn’t always been considered one of the stronger parts of the Palmetto State for softball talent, but that might be changing thanks to the star-studded lineup that makes up the second annual All-Lowco Softball Team.
One area team will open the high school football season ranked in the top 10, while two more received top-10 votes in the initial S.C. Prep Football Media Poll of the season.
A trio of Lowcountry baseball stars helped their team to the championship in the Diamond Prospects Palmetto Games this weekend at Founders Park in Columbia.