In a captivating debut before an electric crowd, the brand-new Hilton Head High boys volleyball team defeated the rival Bluffton Bobcats in four sets (25-13, 19-25, 25-18, 25-20) in a historic matchup.
Makenna Mason knows the feeling of being locked in a tense match. Her leadership proved to be the difference on Thursday night to power Hilton Head past its rivals.
The visiting Bluffton Bobcats roared out of the gate, but Hilton Head Christian Academy rallied and rode the energy from a raucous student section in “The Cage” to a 25-21, 25-18 win in a Lowco volleyball showdown Tuesday.
Before he jets off to North Macedonia for his second year of professional basketball overseas, Port Royal’s own Ryle Owens stopped by the LowcoSports Lowdown to chat with LowcoSports.com’s Justin Jarrett and Wes Kerr.
This week, new Hilton Head Prep football coach Dustin Etheridge and HHIHS volleyball star Makenna Mason stop by for interviews, and JJ and Wes recap THA's football's opening win, take a look at the preseason football polls and Poona Ford's prospects in free agency after this season, talk some hoops with Ryle Owens' second pro contract and new coaches at Whale Branch and BA, recap the Bobcat Scorcher road race, and name their Teams of the Week.
Led by standout football kicker Trevor Weldon (Miami) and basketball phenom JJ Hayes (Palm Beach Atlantic), eight Dolphin student-athletes officially signed their national letters of intent Wednesday at Hilton Head Prep’s gymnasium.
Throughout its storied Lowco history, Hilton Head Christian Academy has produced more than its fair share of memorable athletes. But few have meant more to the Eagles than five-time state champion Abby Peduzzi.
As the culture continues to evolve within the league and its schools, SCISA has an opportunity to embrace change, focus on transparency, organization, and legitimacy, and chart a different course for the future.
With their families and friends by their side at Hilton Head Island High School, five Seahawk student-athletes made their college plans official Wednesday night.
A squad made up of players from high school throughout the Lowco captured a tournament title this weekend, as Low Country Volleyball Club’s 17 National team went undefeated to win the Palmetto Volleyball Association’s January Jam in Charleston on Saturday and Sunday.