Local sports news is starting to pick up, and the Lowco Pod Squad is on top of it. Justin Jarrett and Wes Kerr have updates on the timeline for returning to high school sports, as well as discussion of Bluffton golfer Bryson Nimmer's first professional victory and Beaufort 12-year-old Gavin Moore's impressive win in the 50-mile Cremator Ultra. Wes also interviews May River lacrosse star Brooks Van Esselstyn, who was picked for the UnderArmour Underclassmen Games next month.
Most of the time, Gavin Moore is an ordinary pre-teen boy who loves playing video games and sports and riding his skateboard or surfboard with his friends. Other times, he’s out for an 8-hour run, leaving grown men who have raced all their lives in the dust.
Throughout the Lowcountry and beyond, runners and walkers of all ages got in some extra steps last week for The Peirce Group LowcoStrong Virtual 5K.
LowcoSports is partnering with a number of local charity beneficiaries to #LowcoMotivate our friends and neighbors to train for and participate in the LowcoStrong Virtual 5K the week of June 21, 2020.
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.
Join us in reflecting on the past year in local sports news and revisit some of the top stories of 2019.
May River’s boys captured their first state championship with a dominant performance at the Class 3A Cross Country State Championships on Tuesday in Camden.
Hilton Head High’s girls raced to a state title, and the Seahawk boys finished third Tuesday at the Class 4A Cross Country State Championships in Camden.
It is the dawn of a new era for Five Things I Think I Know presented by Coligny.
May River’s girls finished second behind powerhouse Waccamaw in the Class 3A Lower State cross country qualifier Saturday in Darlington.