The Whale Branch Warriors rolled out their new turf field in style with a 33-0 shutout of the visiting St. John’s Islanders in their Region 6-1A debut Friday.
We'll have full recaps and multimedia coverage coming throughout the weekend, but here's a glance at the high school football around the Lowco in SCHSL Week 1 and SCISA Week 5.
Whew! Here we are. After a tumultuous journey through an offseason unlike any other, the Friday night lights finally flicker on for public school football teams across the Lowco tonight.
When you send off a senior class that was loaded with talent — including a trio who are playing at the next level — there are going to be some growing pains, especially at a Class 1A school. But longtime coach Jerry Hatcher just keeps developing players at Whale Branch Early College High School, and he’s counting on the pipeline to keep pumping in 2020.
Whale Branch volleyball opened region play with a tough loss to visiting Charleston Math & Science on Tuesday.
The preseason South Carolina Prep Media Football Poll was released Tuesday, with high school sports journalists from around the Palmetto State voting on the top 10 teams in each public school classification.
While South Carolina’s private schools have begun football practice and still intend to play their first games later this month, the state’s public schools pushed back their start date again Wednesday.
The LowcoSports editorial staff crunched the numbers and consulted with area coaches to compile a list of the top 30 high school girls basketball players in Beaufort and Jasper counties last season, and they make up the 2019-20 All-Lowco Girls Basketball Team presented by H2 Basketball.
The LowcoSports editorial staff crunched the numbers and consulted with area coaches to compile a list of the top 30 high school boys basketball players in Beaufort and Jasper counties last season, and they make up the 2019-20 All-Lowco Boys Basketball Team presented by H2 Basketball.
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.