Just ahead of the start of the school year, and with fall athletic practices into their second week, May River High School has an athletics director in place.
The Wade Hampton Red Devils added one more for the trophy case — a few months after the history books on their school officially closed — when a multi-generational team of WHHS alums completed a 3-0 run through the bracket to claim the title at the inaugural Lowcountry Legacy Basketball Tournament on Saturday at the Hardeeville Recreation Center.
On the debut episode of “Distant Replay,” former SportsCenter anchor and WHHI-TV host Bob Stevens holds court with Hall of Fame sportswriter Curry Kirkpatrick (Sports Illustrated) and legendary high school basketball coach Rich Basirico as the trio rants about some of the biggest sports news of the week, including Brian Harman’s ho-hum triumph at the … Continue reading DISTANT REPLAY Ep. 1: Three Grumpy Guys Walk Into A Podcast
LowcoSports.com honors the top high school basketball players in Beaufort, Jasper, Colleton and Hampton counties with the 2022-23 All-Lowco Hoops Team.
Better late than never, we honor the Lowco’s top coach and the top 40 high school boys basketball standouts from the 2022-23 season with the All-Lowco Boys Hoops Team presented by Mikkelson Law Firm and Hospice Care of the Lowcountry.
We've watched Nick Pringle rise from an undersized high school sophomore who was off the radar to the grown man who led Alabama to a first round win Thursday. He's far from finished making us proud.
The Lowco Hoops Crew gets you caught up on what's happening on the Lowcountry high school basketball scene, including reports from gyms all over South Carolina, our updated Lowco Power Rankings, and our Players of the Week. Plus, an interview with former Ridgeland Jaguars three-sport standout Alex Percival, who is planning the Lowcountry Legacy alumni basketball tournament in July.
The Lowco Hoops Crew gets you caught up on what's happening on the Lowcountry high school basketball scene, including reports from gyms all over South Carolina, our updated Lowco Power Rankings, and our Players of the Week. Plus, an excerpt from our interview with "Monsters, Inc.," aka Michael Dennison and Sully Gay, from the red-hot Beaufort High boys basketball team on this week's LowcoSports Lowdown.
Team Lowco's Justin Jarrett and Wes Kerr take a deeper dive to bring you the latest sports news and analysis from around the Lowco, including a familiar face taking over the football program at Colleton County, a former Lowco standout earning honors at the next level, another region title for May River wrestling, a former Lowco baseball star enlisting in the U.S. Army, and more! Plus, the superstars we've dubbed "Monsters Inc.," Beaufort High basketball standouts Michael Dennison and Sully Gay, stop by for a chat.
It was another great week of high school basketball action in the Lowco last week, including some epic Lowco-on-Lowco matchups with the region races heating up. Check out the scores and stats from around the Lowcountry from Jan. 23-27, plus links to more of our high school basketball coverage.