The May River High School girls swim team swept county rivals Bluffton High School and Beaufort High School in a double-dual meet Wednesday.
Hilton Head Aquatics began its 2017-18 USA Swimming season with a home meet over the weekend, hosting three other clubs for the Season Kick-Off Meet at Island Rec Center.
Hilton Head Island High School’s boys and May River High School’s girls came out on top of a six-team dual meet between area swim teams Thursday at the Bluffton Indoor Pool.
The Hilton Head Christian Academy swim team kicked off its 2017 season with a strong showing at the Palmetto Christian Invitational in Mount Pleasant on Saturday. Both the boys and girls teams placed 4th overall out of 12 teams, with the girls team finishing 1st in the SCISA Class 2A division and boys 2nd in SCISA Class 2A.
It’s Monday morning and time for the Lowco Lowdown, a quick snapshot of what happened in local sports last week and what to expect in the week ahead.
The Beaufort Academy swim team opened its season Saturday at the Palmetto Christian Invitational, where the Eagles’ boys finished sixth and the girls were ninth in the team standings.
A total of 60 student-athletes from Beaufort County public schools signed scholarships last school year, according to documentation the district released ahead of Thursday’s Coaches Convocation.
The Hilton Head Aquatics swim team placed eighth in the combined team standings, while the Bluffton Fins were 15th at the South Carolina Long Course State Championships this weekend in Columbia.
Jack Felix drives a 2002 Ford Explorer with a cassette player and 200,000 miles. He owns one cassette – Lynyrd Skynyrd’s Greatest Hits. Not exactly the lifestyle expected of a professional athlete.
Hilton Head Island native Jack Felix claimed the overall title at the San Diego International Triathlon on Sunday, earning a $1,250 payday in the process.