The Lowco Pod Squad of Justin Jarrett, Wes Kerr, and Carlo Perruzza get you caught up on the latest sports news from around the South Carolina Lowcountry. We run down some strong performances from Lowco swimmers, discuss college commitments from THA football's Therion Cannon and May River golfer Andrew Swanson, and break down USCB soccer's big conference win over Warner. Then four-event state champion swimmer Cohen Bruner from Hilton Head High stops by to discuss his family's love with swimming, his future at the U.S. Naval Academy, and more, before we name our Teams of the Week.
Bluffton’s girls came in second behind James Island, and May River’s Anya Arroyo was the individual runner-up at the Region 7-4A cross country meet Wednesday at Habersham.
Beaufort High’s Nash Mills edged May River’s Colin Keck at the finish line, but the Sharks nipped the Eagles in the team standings at the Region 7-4A cross country meet Wednesday in Habersham.
The Lowco Pod Squad of Justin Jarrett, Wes Kerr, and Carlo Perruzza gets you up to speed on the latest sports news from the South Carolina Lowcountry, Wes interviews former May River softball star turned South Carolina Gamecock Kylee Gleason, and we unveil our Teams of the Week — Hilton Head Prep girls golf, May River girls golf, and May River boys cross country.
May River’s boys raced to an impressive third-place finish in a 23-team field, and Anya Arroyo captured the girls individual title for the Sharks at the Military Magnet Academy Cross Country Invitational on Saturday.
Beaufort High’s boys finished seventh among 21 teams, and Hilton Head High’s Laney Duncan placed fifth in the girls race at the Darlington Cross Country Carnival on Saturday.
Bluffton’s girls took the team title and May River’s girls and Beaufort High’s boys each claimed runner-up finishes in USC Beaufort High School Cross Country Invitational on Saturday.
We're talking local sports in the South Carolina Lowcountry, including a report from the inaugural Lowcountry Elite Invitational 5K and an interview with Beaufort High's sophomore football sensation Eamon Smalls to discuss his recent offer from the South Carolina Gamecocks, as well as how he got started playing football and what the future might hold.
John Paul II’s boys and Hilton Head Christian Academy’s girls led the way in a SCISA cross country meet hosted by Lowcountry Montessori School on Tuesday.
Bluffton High School’s girls cross country team placed four runners in the top 10 and edged Summerville for the team title, while May River’s Anya Arroyo won the individual title Saturday at an eight-team meet in Beaufort’s Habersham community.