Bluffton girls soccer has continued its red-hot start to the season in spite of numerous key injuries, beginning with a hard-fought 3-1 win over rival May River on Friday and rolling into blowout wins over Wade Hampton and Colleton County to start the week.
Lowco squads made up nine of the 14 teams in a strong field at May River’s Shark Invitational on Saturday, and they kept plenty of hardware at home, while host Beaufort High had a strong showing at the Beaufort Relays.
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. For the maiden voyage, Hilton Head Christian Academy girls coach Laurie White and stars Abby Peduzzi and Bless Hurtado join Wes and Misa in the virtual studio to discuss their state title run last year and their quest to repeat.
March has arrived, and that means girls soccer season is in full bloom. A pair of Region 7-4A contenders flexed their muscles over the weekend, as Bluffton and May River each picked up a key victory. Hilton Head Christian Academy continued its SCISA 2A title defense with another dominant win, and Hilton Head Prep scored a shutout over a strong St. Vincent’s squad. Here’s a look at the action on the pitch around the Lowco this weekend.
After honing their skills in preseason tournaments, high school boys soccer teams across the Lowco have launched into their regular season, and we’ve already had a few key region matchups on the schedule. Here’s a look at the boys soccer action from around the Lowco on Friday.
Hilton Head High is in second place and has all 14 wrestlers remaining in contention, including eight in the semifinals, after the first day of the SCHSL Class 4A Lower State wrestling meet Friday at Bluffton High School.
It’s a little different version of Lowco Hoops Live as we embark on the February Frenzy of the high school basketball playoffs — and we’re opening it up to everyone. Lowco teams had mixed results on the opening night of the SCHSL girls basketball playoffs, as three area squads advanced while three others bowed out.
LowcoSports.com’s Justin Jarrett and Wes Kerr dish out the latest news from the high school basketball scene in the South Carolina Lowcountry each week on the Lowco Hoops Report. This week, Bluffton girls coach Lonnie Roberts stops by to discuss his team’s second straight undefeated run through Region 7-4A and how the Bobcats hope to reverse their recent playoff fortunes.
The February Frenzy of high school hoops playoffs is upon us. The SCHSL playoffs tip off Wednesday with five Lowco girls squads looking to survive and advance, and one more girls team and five boys squads from the Lowco begin their playoff journeys Thursday.