Here are Five Things I Think I Know after Week 1 of the Lowcountry high school football season.
Whale Branch claimed the first of two meetings this season against crosstown rival Battery Creek, beating the visiting Dolphins 31-9 on Friday.
We have nine contests featuring area teams tonight. Here's all you need to know about Week 1 of the Lowcountry high school football season.
Battery Creek football looks to continue its culture change in its second year under coach Walt Wilson.
It was a banner year for high school boys soccer in the Lowcountry, with two area teams — Hilton Head Christian Academy and Beaufort Academy — capturing state championships, two more among the top teams in Class 3A (Bluffton and May River), and Hilton Head High making a deep run in the Class 4A playoffs. All that team success was built upon tremendous individual performances, making it all the more difficult to narrow down the top players in the area.
The Lowcountry had its share of standout pitchers on high school diamonds this season, including one who led her team to the brink of a state title, but we also had some hitters who could make even the strongest pitchers wary of leaving one over the plate. We’ve compiled a list of 22 of the area’s best softball players — 11 on the first team and 11 honorable mention — and hereby present the inaugural All-Lowco Softball Team.
May River junior Josh Patterson heads up a list of the area's top 30 baseball players on the inaugural All-Lowco Baseball Team.
Hilton Head Island High School received top statewide honors for its athletic programs again in 2017-18, topping the S.C. Athletic Administrators Association’s Carlisle Cup standings for the eighth consecutive year.
A one-time dynasty rose again Saturday in Columbia, as Beaufort High’s boys claimed the Class 4A track & field championship – the 14th state championship in program history, but the first since 1990.
May River’s girls finished second and claimed two individual titles at the Class 3A track & field championships Saturday in Columbia.