Football fans throughout the Palmetto State woke up like kids on Christmas morning today and found a big ol’ pile of presents waiting under the tree. But we can’t open them until tonight.
The first season under a new coach can bring a mix of excitement and trepidation, but if all goes well in year one, the second campaign is pure energy. That’s the case at Ridgeland-Hardeeville, where a late surge in Will Lampkin’s debut season leading the Jaguars has interest and expectations running high going into year two.
The time has finally arrived to announce the second annual All-Lowco Boys Basketball Team Presented By Beaufort Hustle Basketball.
The time has finally arrived to announce the second annual All-Lowco Girls Basketball Team Presented By Lowcountry Heat Basketball.
May River’s track and field team had a strong showing at the Class 3A Lower State Qualifier on Saturday at Waccamaw High School, as the Sharks had 13 individuals and three relay teams punch their tickets to this weekend’s state meet.
After sweeping to the Region 8-3A title in dominant fashion, May River’s boys soccer team swept the top awards in voting by the region’s coaches.
Host May River swept the team titles at the Region 8-3A track and field meet Thursday and qualified 28 individual athletes for the Class 3A Lower State meet next weekend at Waccamaw.
The host Eagles ran away with the girls title and edged county rival May River for the boys crown at the 19-team Beaufort Track Classic on Saturday.
Josh Patterson and Joseph Tapscott each hit a pair of home runs to power May River to a 17-0 win at Ridgeland-Hardeeville in Region 8-3A play Friday.
May River rolled to two resounding wins in a Region 8-3A doubleheader against Ridgeland-Hardeeville on Wednesday.