The Lowco Pod Squad puts a bow on one of the more exciting — if unusual — tournaments in RBC Heritage Presented by Boeing history. Hear what champion Webb Simpson had to say after claiming the tartan jacket, as well as an interview with Hilton Head High's Miya Poplin, who was recently named the Gatorade South Carolina Girls Soccer Player of the Year.
For the second time in history — and the first in more than two decades — the Gatorade South Carolina Girls Soccer Player of the Year is a Hilton Head Seahawk.
Justin Jarrett and Wes Kerr get together for their weekly discussion of sports in the South Carolina Lowcountry. The Lowco Pod Squad talks about how they kept sports in their lives this week, runs down the latest local sports news, and catches up with MLB prospect and Hilton Head High alumnus Carmen Mlodzinski, HHIHS senior and Towson University lacrosse signee Will Frith, and Bluffton soccer standout and Newberry signee Uriel Zarracan.
It wasn’t quite the “normal” signing ceremony, but Hilton Head High found a creative way to honor eight student-athletes who formalized their college commitments in a unique signing celebration Thursday.
They weren’t able to hold a signing ceremony and share the big moment with friends and family, but 11 Hilton Head Prep student-athletes realized a dream by signing National Letters of Intent this spring to continue their careers at the next level, the school announced Tuesday.
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.
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.