After an arduous several months marked by shoulder surgery and a pandemic shutdown, 2017 RBC Heritage champion Wesley Bryan is ready to reset and make some more noise at Harbour Town Golf Links.
For the second time in history — and the first in more than two decades — the Gatorade South Carolina Girls Soccer Player of the Year is a Hilton Head Seahawk.
This year’s RBC Heritage Presented by Boeing will be different from every previous installment in just about every possible way, right down to the way the PGA Tour professionals interact with Harbour Town Golf Links and Hilton Head Island in general.
The Lowco hits the big stage in this episode of the LowcoSports Lowdown. Wes Kerr catches up with Carmen Mlodzinski, the 31st overall pick in the Major League Baseball first-year player draft, about his landing spot with the Pittsburgh Pirates. RBC Heritage Presented by Boeing tournament director Steve Wilmot drops in to talk about the PGA Tour's stop on Hilton Head Island from June 18-21, and May River boys soccer coach Misael Garzon joins Wes and Justin Jarrett to discuss the Black Lives Matter protest he helped organize in Ridgeland.
Another eight of the world’s top golfers have joined a strong field that is taking shape for next week’s RBC Heritage Presented by Boeing on Hilton Head Island.
Carmen Mlodzinski’s career as a South Carolina Gamecock was filled with ups and downs, but on Wednesday night, his baseball career reached its highest point yet.
Fans won’t be able to see it in person, but when they tune in to the 52nd RBC Heritage Presented by Boeing next week, they’ll watch one of the strongest fields in the event’s history.
In a special edition of the LowcoSports Lowdown podcast, Justin Jarrett and Wes Kerr are joined by guest co-host Nick Field, athletics director at Beaufort Academy, to discuss the Black Lives Matter movement and how area private schools are adjusting to new precautions as they return to workouts following the COVID-19 shutdown. Whale Branch senior Nick Pringle and Beaufort Academy senior Jayda Scheper also join the show for a forum discussing their involvement in organizing protests in Beaufort and their experiences as black student-athletes in the Lowcountry.
Some day soon, we’ll have live sports to write about again, and we’ll be thrilled for the opportunity. But today, we can’t “stick to sports.” The stakes are too high.
Justin Jarrett and Wes Kerr get together for their weekly discussion of sports in the South Carolina Lowcountry. The Lowco Pod Squad talks about how they kept sports in their lives this week, runs down the latest local sports news, and catches up with MLB prospect and Hilton Head High alumnus Carmen Mlodzinski, HHIHS senior and Towson University lacrosse signee Will Frith, and Bluffton soccer standout and Newberry signee Uriel Zarracan.