With no live sports to talk about, the Lowco squad tackles the big questions, like who is the "Tiger King" of the Lowco? We also have interviews with former Syracuse hoops star and current Ridgeland-Hardeeville boys basketball assistant Tony Bruin and former Whale Branch star and NFL defensive back Dee Delaney.
The Hilton Head Sharks opened their Independent American Football League season with a 22-0 loss to the visiting Savannah Raiders on Saturday at Hardeeville’s Richard Gray Sports Complex.
We're back to full health at Lowco HQ, so Justin Jarrett is back in your ears with Wes Kerr to get you up to speed on the latest sports news and analysis from the South Carolina Lowcountry. We have tons of high school basketball and wrestling coverage, of course, but we also talk a little football and baseball, as well as catch up with Jody Vermilyea for the USCB Sand Shark Report.
Two Whale Branch football stars made their college plans official Wednesday, as De’Arius Hazel and JacQuez Frazier signed their letters of intent to attend Erskine College in the fall.
Two key members of Thomas Heyward Academy’s state championship football team finalized their college plans Wednesday.
The flu bug has hit Lowco HQ, so Wes Kerr flies solo on this week's edition of the LowcoSports Lowdown, but the show is still jam-packed with over an hour of local sports news and analysis, as well as interviews with players and coaches from around the South Carolina Lowcountry.
BJ Payne calls sending players to the next level his “why” — the reason he has devoted his life to coaching high school football — and he got a big payoff in that department this year.
From high school basketball and wrestling to the USCB Sand Sharks, you can get up to speed on all the sports news around the South Carolina Lowcountry with the LowcoSports Lowdown podcast.
It's time for another episode of the Lowco Rundown with Carlo Perruzza!
Battery Creek is one of eight schools across the state who are scheduled for official appeals of the S.C. High School League’s proposed realignment set to go into effect for the 2020-21 school year.