May River's playoff push, the Jags' revival, and HHCA's girls hoops dominance highlight this week's edition of Coligny's "5 Things"
With the launch of a new podcast this month, as well as two state championship football games to plan coverage for, a slew of college signings, and preparations underway for basketball season, it took a little longer than usual to gather my thoughts this week.
This might prove to be an exercise in futility, because it’s nearly impossible to *know* anything based on one game in August, but high school football is all about tradition, and trying to make sense of what happens every Friday night in the fall has been a tradition since this website launched in 2017.
It’s Monday morning, which means it’s time for the Lowco Lowdown, your one-stop quick read to get up to speed on what happened last week on the local sports scene and what to look forward to this week. Here are this week’s hottest sports topics in the Lowcountry, aside from the solar eclipse, of course (please don't look directly at the sun, or you will no longer be able to read LowcoSports.com):
Well, Week 1 (the #NoWeekZero revolution will not be televised, but it might be live-tweeted) of the high school football season is almost in the books.
It’s Monday morning, which means it’s time for the Lowco Lowdown, your one-stop quick read to get up to speed on what happened last week on the local sports scene and what to look forward to this week. Here are this week’s hottest sports topics in the Lowcountry:
It’s Monday morning, which means there’s a whole weekend of sports news to digest and another big week ahead. Welcome to the maiden voyage of the Lowco Lowdown, your weekly glance at the local sports news you need to know to start your week. Here are the hottest local sports topics for the week of July 31:
This time of year tends to be nostalgic for me.
At the risk of showing my age – and sounding like I’m complaining of walking to school in the snow, uphill both ways – let me tell you about my childhood as a sports-crazed boy in rural Kansas.
A few years ago when I was covering high school sports full-time, I got a call from a local tennis coach letting me know one of his players was going to sign a letter-of-intent to play in college that afternoon.