Beaufort High led a strong showing from the Lowco contingent at the SCHSL Class 4A track and field meet Saturday, earning six combined top-three finishes including an individual title at Spring Valley High School in Columbia.
Check out the debut of the Lowco Weekend Wraparound on WHHI before it airs at 5 p.m. Friday! Each week, we’ll get you up to speed on the biggest stories of the week on the local sports scene and provide a look ahead to what’s on tap for the weekend.
LowcoSports senior contributor Wes Kerr and May River boys soccer coach Misael Garzón get you caught up on the situation on the pitch across the Lowco each week on the Lowco FC podcast. Team Lowco will keep you in the loop on the top teams and players in the area and interview key personalities in the Lowco soccer scene. This week, longtime Hilton Head High boys soccer coach Wayne Quinlan returned to the sidelines — to beat the Seahawks — as the acting head coach for Beaufort High, then went out undefeated in his brief stint at the helm. Wes catches up with Quinlan to get the scoop.
Technology hasn’t been our friend this week, much like the weather, but after going through the editing process twice, we finally have your recap of the local sports scene for Thursday, April 7, and we’re moving into rounding up Friday’s action for you. Get caught up with Last Night in the Lowco!
LowcoSports senior contributor Wes Kerr and May River boys soccer coach Misael Garzón get you caught up on the situation on the pitch across the Lowco each week on the Lowco FC podcast. Team Lowco will keep you in the loop on the top teams and players in the area and interview key personalities in the Lowco soccer scene. This week, first-year Beaufort Academy boys soccer coach Ian Leslie stops by the virtual studio to talk about his team’s 8-1-1 start after going winless a year ago — and the gaudy Man of the Match prize that helps motivate the Eagles.
It was a busy Monday night of high school sports in the LowcoSports world — busy enough to keep us hopping for two rainy days rounding up all the results, but this edition of Last Night in the Lowco will get you all caught up for Thursday’s action, assuming the weather cooperates.
This Last Night in the Lowco concept is a work in progress, and it doesn’t mesh well when Mr. Lowco slips off to coach travel baseball all weekend, but we’ll work it out. In the meantime, here’s an overdue edition of Last Night to catch you up on (almost) everything that happened this weekend. We’ll pick up the pieces in Tuesday’s edition.
The busy slate of high school sporting events in the Lowco continued unabated on Wednesday night, with 18 events across the area finding a spot in the daily rapid-fire roundup on the local sports scene from LowcoSports.com, Last Night in the Lowco.
Whew, it was a real one in the Lowco last night. We have results and as many of the vital details as we could track down on 26 local high school sporting events from Monday’s action, and we serve it up in audio, video, and text form for your dining pleasure. Here’s Last Night in The Lowco for March 28.