We scoured the archives for the top local sports stories of 2018, and you helped us pick the top 10. Here they are.
Two standout golfers and one soccer star from Hilton Head Christian Academy signed letters of intent Wednesday to compete at the next level.
Hilton Head Prep will induct six student-athletes and two coaches into its Athletic Hall of Fame at a ceremony on Friday, Sept. 28.
Hilton Head High will induct six former student-athletes and coaches into its Athletics Hall of Fame at halftime of tonight’s football game against May River.
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The top 27 players – 11 first-team selections and 16 honorable mentions – form the inaugural All-Lowco Girls Soccer Team.
It was a banner year for high school boys soccer in the Lowcountry, with two area teams — Hilton Head Christian Academy and Beaufort Academy — capturing state championships, two more among the top teams in Class 3A (Bluffton and May River), and Hilton Head High making a deep run in the Class 4A playoffs.
All that team success was built upon tremendous individual performances, making it all the more difficult to narrow down the top players in the area.
Softball coach Laura Heberling and women’s soccer coach Ed Heberling have resigned, the school officially announced Thursday.
Hilton Head Christian Academy's boys' soccer team captured its second consecutive SCISA 2A state championship Saturday in Columbia. Tom Cloud captured the victory in photos for LowcoSports.
Hilton Head Christian Academy’s boys’ soccer team will get to defend its state title one more time.