LowcoSports.com’s Justin Jarrett and Wes Kerr get you up to speed with the latest local sports news and analysis from around the South Carolina Lowcountry, covering Beaufort, Jasper, and Colleton counties. On this week’s show, SCHSL Class 5A/4A singles champion Graeme Angus and coach Dave Riedmayer from Beaufort High School pop in for an interview.
Beaufort High led a strong showing from the Lowco contingent at the SCHSL Class 4A track and field meet Saturday, earning six combined top-three finishes including an individual title at Spring Valley High School in Columbia.
LowcoSports.com’s Justin Jarrett gets you up to speed on the biggest news and latest headlines from the Lowcountry sports scene this week with the Lowco Weekend Wraparound. This week is all about honoring state champs, as Whale Branch girls track joins the club along with Hilton Head Christian Academy girls soccer and Hilton Head Prep boys tennis. You can also watch the Lowco Weekend Wraparound every Friday on the WHHI-TV News at 5.
Although it ended in defeat, John Paul II boys soccer concluded its most successful season in program history Saturday. Forgive the Golden Warriors if it takes time for that to settle in and salve the sting of a 3-2 loss to perennial power Oakbook Prep in the SCISA 2A state championship game on Saturday afternoon at Cardinal Newman School in Columbia.
Abby Peduzzi capped off a spectacular 40-goal junior season with a brace in the finale, and Bless Hurtado added a goal and two assists as Hilton Head Christian Academy girls soccer downed Myrtle Beach Christian Academy 3-1 at Cardinal Newman School to secure the Eagles’ second consecutive SCISA 2A state title.
A little over a month ago, first-year Beaufort High baseball coach Zach Jacobs saw his team at a crossroads. The Eagles had dropped three straight heading into a challenging spring break tournament, but the back half of the Region 7-4A schedule was favorable. Some young talent was beginning to emerge, but the chemistry was missing something.