Justin Jarrett and Wes Kerr get together for their weekly discussion of sports in the South Carolina Lowcountry. The Lowco Pod Squad talks about how they kept sports in their lives this week, runs down the latest local sports news, and catches up with MLB prospect and Hilton Head High alumnus Carmen Mlodzinski, HHIHS senior and Towson University lacrosse signee Will Frith, and Bluffton soccer standout and Newberry signee Uriel Zarracan.
The original Lowco Pod Squad is reunited, as JJ and Wes set sail to talk South Carolina Lowcountry sports without Carlo, who has shoved off for the summer but will return in the fall. Another week, another high-profile hire, as Hilton Head High picked its girls basketball coach. Wes has an interview with Beaufort Academy standout Dawson Coleman, who has accepted a spot on the South Carolina Gamecock football team, and JJ has a conversation with new Battery Creek football coach Terrance Ashe.
Dawson Coleman has been a constant presence in the Beaufort Academy athletics department since he was an eighth-grader. Now he is taking his versatile skill set to the South Carolina Gamecocks.
It wasn’t quite the “normal” signing ceremony, but Hilton Head High found a creative way to honor eight student-athletes who formalized their college commitments in a unique signing celebration Thursday.
The Lowco Pod Squad is back to get you up to speed on the latest local sports news from the South Carolina Lowcountry, including a new football coach at Battery Creek High School, a potential change at AD at Bluffton High School, and a unique signing celebration at Hilton Head Island High School.
Battery Creek didn’t have to look far to find its new football coach, as the Dolphins announced Friday that former Beaufort High assistant Terrance Ashe will take the reins next season.
They weren’t able to hold a signing ceremony and share the big moment with friends and family, but 11 Hilton Head Prep student-athletes realized a dream by signing National Letters of Intent this spring to continue their careers at the next level, the school announced Tuesday.
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.