Opportunities in life don't come around very often. When Beaufort High alumnus Ryle Owens was given a chance to try to keep his hoops dreams going, he made the most of it. Now, he’s eying the NBA Draft.
The Lowco Pod Squad is back to get you up to speed on the latest local sports news from the South Carolina Lowcountry, including a new football coach at Battery Creek High School, a potential change at AD at Bluffton High School, and a unique signing celebration at Hilton Head Island High School.
The decision that went from unthinkable to inevitable over the course of the past month became official Wednesday morning — there will be no more high school sports in South Carolina this school year.
Maxwell Davis was an avid runner long before he because a standout on the Beaufort High cross country and track teams, and he plans to keep running for years after his career with the Eagles comes to an end.
Paul Winland Jr. has been looking forward to living his dream of playing major college baseball. But he wasn’t ready yet.
Two big innings were too much to overcome for the Beaufort High softball team in an 18-4 loss to visiting Bamberg-Ehrhardt on Friday.
Beaufort High boys tennis opened the season with a 6-0 sweep of Summerville on Thursday.
Beaufort High’s girls stayed in the match thanks to a strong performance from goalkeeper Quinn Wilson, but the Eagles lost 3-1 at Pinewood Prep on Thursday.
Oliver Holmes tossed a complete game and Paul Winland went deep to lead Beaufort High baseball to a 3-1 win at May River on Thursday.
Wes Graves tossed a gem and Paul Winland and Christian Londono each had big nights at the plate to lead Beaufort High to an 11-0 win over visiting Battery Creek on Wednesday.