The Beaufort County Parks and Recreation Department has launched a county-wide needs and improvements assessment to develop a Master Plan that meets the needs of county residents and is seeking input from community members.
The culmination of a longtime dream came true for student-athletes across the country on Wednesday, the first day high school seniors in sports other than football could sign letters of intent to compete at the collegiate level next school year.
Hilton Head Christian Academy’s boys placed third behind state champions Jack Ussery and Levi Eidson, Hilton Head Prep’s Sterling Burd matched Ussery with two individual titles, and John Paul II’s Aubrey Porada captured a state crown to lead the Lowco contingent at the SCISA State Swimming Championships on Saturday at the North Charleston Aquatic Center.
LowcoSports.com’s Justin Jarrett and Wes Kerr get you up to speed on all the latest local sports news from around the South Carolina Lowcountry and interview key figures in the local sports scene each week on the LowcoSports Lowdown podcast. This week’s guest is Hilton Head High tennis star Emily Ruckno, who recently earned her first professional win.
Hilton Head High’s Blaise Minkler captured a pair of runner-up finishes to lead the Seahawks to a fourth-place showing and Bluffton finished seventh overall at the Class 4A Boys Swimming State Championships on Monday at North Charleston Aquatic Center.
May River’s Shelby Gourley captured a state title in the 100-yard breaststroke, and Hilton Head High and May River claimed top-four finishes in the team standings at the SCHSL Class 4A Swimming State Championships on Saturday at the North Charleston Aquatic Center.
There will be some new faces on the sidelines at Battery Creek this season. The Dolphins had a busy offseason, as athletics director Sarah Hayes has announced six coaching staff changes for the 2021-22 school year.