LowcoSports.com’s Justin Jarrett and Wes Kerr keep you in the know with the latest sports news and analysis from the South Carolina Lowcountry in the LowcoSports Lowdown. Hilton Head Prep and future Miami Hurricanes kicker Trevor Weldon stops by the studio for an interview
It was a busy Monday night of high school sports in the LowcoSports world — busy enough to keep us hopping for two rainy days rounding up all the results, but this edition of Last Night in the Lowco will get you all caught up for Thursday’s action, assuming the weather cooperates.
This Last Night in the Lowco concept is a work in progress, and it doesn’t mesh well when Mr. Lowco slips off to coach travel baseball all weekend, but we’ll work it out. In the meantime, here’s an overdue edition of Last Night to catch you up on (almost) everything that happened this weekend. We’ll pick up the pieces in Tuesday’s edition.
It’s a trimmed down version of Last Night in the Lowco, thanks to a little cleansing soak from Mother Nature. Thank goodness for those new turf fields, though, right? Still waiting at May River, but those came in handy at Beaufort High, Bluffton and Hilton Head High last night. It was a beautiful night for soccer or lacrosse on the turf, especially if you’re a Seahawk fan.
LowcoSports.com’s Justin Jarrett and Wes Kerr get you up to speed on all the latest sports news from the South Carolina Lowcountry in the LowcoSports Lowdown. This week’s show includes plenty of local sports news, as well as an interview with three-sport standout Jace Blackshear, who discusses his incredible career at Hilton Head Christian Academy and his decision to bet on himself and take a preferred walk-on spot to play football at the University of South Carolina.
Whew, it was a real one in the Lowco last night. We have results and as many of the vital details as we could track down on 26 local high school sporting events from Monday’s action, and we serve it up in audio, video, and text form for your dining pleasure. Here’s Last Night in The Lowco for March 28.
Hilton Head High boys lacrosse delivered a brillant all-around performance at home Monday, blanking James Island 17-0, and the Seahawks stayed hot with a 12-7 win at May River on Friday and a 14-8 triumph at Academic Magnet on Saturday.
Hilton Head High girls lacrosse bounced back with a pair of dominant victories last week, crushing James Island on the road 17-9 on Monday before downing May River 20-4 back at home Thursday.
It was another big week for the May River Sharks on the lacrosse field, earning a pair of dominant 12-goal victories over Beaufort High and Academic Magnet. Here’s a look at all the action in the Lowco Boys Lacrosse Roundup.
The May River Sharks pulled out a thrilling win over Lowco rival Beaufort High, and Lucy Beckham continued its region dominance by downing Hilton Head High 16-7. Here’s a look at the latest girls’ lacrosse action in the Lowco Girls Lacrosse Roundup.