The decision that went from unthinkable to inevitable over the course of the past month became official Wednesday morning — there will be no more high school sports in South Carolina this school year.
Due to the rapid spread of the pandemic coronavirus, the Lowco Basketball Showcase will be postponed until a later date. The inaugural event had been scheduled for March 27-28 at Beaufort Academy.
The team captains for the inaugural Lowco Basketball Showcase are all set, and it’s a star-studded group of area hoops stars.
John Paul II baseball opened the season with a 15-0 win over visiting Ridgeland-Hardeeville on Friday.
Get up to speed with all the latest highlights and sports stories from around the Lowco with the Lowco Rundown hosted by Carlo Perruzza! This episode features highlights from the May River's girls basketball team's playoff win, and a wrap-up of the Ridgeland-Hardeeville boys' great season, as well as a visit from University of South Carolina athletics director Ray Tanner.
Five Lowco area basketball stars were named to the S.C. Basketball Coaches Association’s All-State teams released Wednesday.
The region champion Ridgeland-Hardeeville boys dominated the All-Region 8-3A awards released this week.
Ridgeland-Hardeeville’s boys officially began their march toward a third consecutive trip to the state championship game with an 88-44 rout of visiting Swansea on Tuesday in the first round of the Class 3A playoffs.
May River girls basketball standout Emma Peluso was voted Co-Player of the Year in Region 8-3A, and Jermaine Bigham was voted Co-Coach of the Year after guiding the Sharks to a second straight region title.
The S.C. Basketball Coaches Association released its final top 10 rankings of the season Tuesday, and four Lowco area teams made the cut.