Bailey Wigness was hoping to see her squad ignite the offense Sunday, and the Sand Sharks delivered. USCB exploded for an eight-run third to support a combined no-hitter in a 12-0 run rule of Montreat, then the Sand Sharks came from behind for a 5-3 win in game two to sweep the home doubleheader. After … Continue reading SB: Offense erupts, freshmen combine on no-no in Sand Shark sweep
As four May River High School student-athletes signed National Letters of Intent to play at the next level on Wednesday, each of them mentioned feeling at home at their next destination after leaving The Tank.
The Sun Conference announced its Preseason Softball Players to Watch List on Thursday, and senior transfer Ally Muraskin represented USCB on the list.
After having a promising 2020 season cut short by the COVID-19 pandemic, third-year USCB softball coach Bailey Wigness announced her team’s 2021 schedule Thursday with the Sand Sharks scheduled for 52 games, beginning with a home doubleheader against Columbia International on Jan. 30.
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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.
The early signing period for sports other than football began Wednesday, and a number of student-athletes from around the Lowco made their college plans official by signing national letters of intent.
The Lowcountry Storm 18U softball team went 3-1 and earned a runner-up finish Saturday at the USSSA Ladies of the Diamond tournament in Walterboro.
The Lowcountry Storm 18U softball team coached by John Powell went 4-1 and captured the Blue bracket title over the weekend at the USSSA Summer Series Championships in Lexington.
Coach Danny Morgan’s Bluffton Waves team closed out its 11U campaign with a runner-up finish at the USSSA Back To School Madness baseball tournament over the weekend in Walterboro.