The decision that went from unthinkable to inevitable over the course of the past month became official Wednesday morning — there will be no more high school sports in South Carolina this school year.
Maxwell Davis was an avid runner long before he because a standout on the Beaufort High cross country and track teams, and he plans to keep running for years after his career with the Eagles comes to an end.
Grace Hetrick can’t recall a time when softball was not part of her life.
Gabriel-Hugo Guadagno was already grappling with the difficulty of losing most of his senior season to injury, but he was hopeful for a return to help the Bluffton boys soccer team make a playoff push.
This is the first in a series of "Virtual Senior Day" events, this time honoring the seniors on the May River boys soccer team.
Knee injuries have crushed the dreams of many soccer hopefuls throughout the years. Not Kierstin Clark’s.
Ashley Guillot spent countless hours watching her older brother and sister play soccer, and when she was 4 years old she laced up her first pair cleats. Ever since, the Battery Creek girls soccer captain has been on one field or another preparing for this season.
When you’re a leader and a captain, sometimes you have to get tough with your teammates. But when you’re a leader and a captain, you know you also have to keep the team morale up. Daniela Gularte found a solution for when she has to bark at her Bluffton High School soccer teammates.
We know y'all miss sports as much as we do, so we have some fresh content for your ears. Justin Jarrett and Wes Kerr are joined by Lowco Rundown host Carlo Perruzza to banter about how we're keeping sports in our lives during the pandemic, run down the latest sports-related news, and shine a light on some sensational senior student-athletes. We also have Carlo's interview with former Beaufort High wrestler Kenan Jackson, who is a budding professional mixed martial arts fighter, and Wes's interview with minor-league pitcher Casey Sutherland.
It was hard to imagine what Kylee Gleason might do for an encore. The May River softball star has hit over .500 ever year during her career with the Sharks, including a silly .683 clip as a junior. Incredibly, she was on pace for an even higher batting average before the 2020 campaign was put on hold.