We're talking local sports in the South Carolina Lowcountry, including a report from the inaugural Lowcountry Elite Invitational 5K and an interview with Beaufort High's sophomore football sensation Eamon Smalls to discuss his recent offer from the South Carolina Gamecocks, as well as how he got started playing football and what the future might hold.
One area public high school football team in Beaufort County will have to wait at least an extra week before starting its season after Hilton Head High’s opener against Beaufort High next Friday was postponed due to positive COVID-19 tests at both schools.
It’s the relative calm before the storm. With the state’s public school teams set to begin next Friday, the area’s SCISA programs get one more chance to take the stage alone under the Friday Night Lights.
It's almost Friday again, and the Lowco Pod Squad is back to preview all the SCISA Week 4 high school football action from around the Lowcountry. Hear their analysis of this week's matchups: Hilton Head Prep at Thomas Heyward, Hilton Head Christian Academy at Orangeburg Prep, and Beaufort Academy at Northwood Academy.
John Paul II’s boys and Hilton Head Christian Academy’s girls led the way in a SCISA cross country meet hosted by Lowcountry Montessori School on Tuesday.
Holy Trinity volleyball held on for a hard-earned five-set victory over visiting Charleston Collegiate on Tuesday.
Hilton Head High volleyball continued its perfect start to the season Tuesday, topping visiting James Island in four sets.
Bluffton High School volleyball went the distance for a second straight match, but the Bobcats wound up on the wrong end of a five-set thriller this time, falling 3-2 to visiting Lucy Beckham in a Region 7-4A matchup Tuesday.
Hilton Head High girls tennis picked up a 6-0 win at May River on Tuesday in a clash of new Region 7-4A rivals.
The John Paul II girls tennis team breezed to a 9-0 win over visiting Barnwell High on Tuesday at Berkeley Hall.