Battery Creek High School has promoted varsity girls basketball coach Sarah Hayes to fill its athletic director position vacated by Wayne Alston’s departure earlier this month.
John Paul II Catholic School will have a new director of athletics this fall for the second time in the school’s brief history — and a new boys soccer coach for the first time.
Nearly one-third of the varsity boys basketball coaching positions in Beaufort and Jasper counties have turned over since the end of the season, and three of the four open positions were filled close to home.
Hilton Head High standout Sam Gilman set a personal record and established a new state mark for a high school runner with his performance in the one-mile race Saturday at the Music City Distance Carnival in Nashville, Tennessee.
Former Beaufort High School varsity boys basketball coach Will Lowther provided alcohol to a minor when the two met up after chatting on a social networking and dating app, according to a Beaufort Police Department report obtained by LowcoSports.com.
Will Lowther has been dismissed from his position as varsity boys basketball head coach at Beaufort High School following his arrest Monday and placed on administrative leave from his position as a physical education teacher at BHS.
Battery Creek claimed its first softball state title with a 2-1 win over visiting Union County in the Class 3A state championship Wednesday night.
Hilton Head High’s boys golf team saved two of its best rounds of the season for the biggest stage, as the Seahawks fired rounds of 304 and 303 on Monday and Tuesday at Port Royal Plantation’s Barony Course to claim the Class 4A state title.
Battery Creek is one win away from claiming the school’s first softball state title after a 2-1 win at Union County in the opening game of the Class 3A state championship series Monday.
Whale Branch finished eighth in the girls standings and 10th in the boys standings at the Class 2A track and field state championships on Friday and Saturday in Columbia.