The high school wrestling season is heating up with the postseason rapidly approaching, and the Lowco is well-represented in the most recent statewide rankings released by SCMat.com last week. Here are the top Lowco wrestlers shooting for state titles.
The high school wrestling action around the Lowcountry is cranking up as we approach the dual playoffs and the individual championships, and Team Lowco was out capturing the action and rounding up the results. Get caught up on all of last week's wrestling results right here. https://youtu.be/FWmWZwGybgE WEDNESDAY, JAN. 11 Region 7-4A Dual at May … Continue reading LOWCO WRESTLING: Results and top performers for the week of Jan. 9-15
May River High School will be a hotbed of high school wrestling talent Thursday and Friday, with 35 teams and more than 400 wrestlers from five states on display for the Shark Invitational.
The Lowco sent 24 wrestlers to the SCSHL State Championship in Anderson this weekend, and 12 of them will come home with hardware, including one with a gold medal.
Four Lowco wrestlers will go for gold on Saturday in Anderson after picking up two victories Friday to reach the finals at the SCHSL Wrestling State Championships.
LowcoSports.com’s Justin Jarrett and Wes Kerr get you up to speed on all the latest sports news from the South Carolina Lowcountry in the LowcoSports Lowdown. This week’s show includes analysis of Hilton Head Prep’s football coach hire, news from a pair of Lowco golfers, and an update on the USCB Sand Sharks, but the primary focus is the SCHSL Wrestling State Championships. Hilton Head High coach Patrick Boulware and state qualifiers Chris Crosby and KJ Holland join us in the virtual studio to add to our preview of the big weekend in Anderson.
Battery Creek wrestlers claimed a pair of individual titles among six state qualifiers at the Class 3A Lower State meet at Camden on Friday.
Hilton Head High won the team title and claimed four individual titles, and the Seahawks and May River each sent seven wrestlers through to next weekend’s state tournament, leading a total of 18 state qualifiers from the Lowco at the SCHSL Class 4A Lower State wrestling meet Saturday at Bluffton High School.
Hilton Head High is in second place and has all 14 wrestlers remaining in contention, including eight in the semifinals, after the first day of the SCHSL Class 4A Lower State wrestling meet Friday at Bluffton High School.
Three John Paul II wrestlers placed in the top four in their weight classes and the Golden Warriors finished sixth in the team standings to lead the Lowco contingent at the SCISA state championships on Saturday in Columbia.