Team Lowco gets you caught up on the latest sports news from the South Carolina Lowcountry and introduces you to the key figures shaping the Lowco sports scene. This week, we’re talking USCB Sand Sharks basketball with associate director of athletics Genia Montford, who fills us in on the hiring process that resulted in Ron Fudala and Sharon Versyp becoming the Sand Sharks’ first hoops coaches.
Team Lowco gets you up to speed on the latest local sports news from around the South Carolina Lowcountry and beyond each week with the LowcoSports Lowdown podcast. This week, we’re joined by coach Belinda McCoy of the state champion Patrick Henry volleyball team.
Colton Phares is doing a little bit of everything for the Beaufort Eagles this season, trying to make the most of his last ride before setting off for Appalachian State next fall, and he joined the LowcoSports Lowdown on the heels of a thrilling 13-7 comeback win at May River on Friday. Plus, Justin Jarrett and Wes Kerr talk girls and boys volleyball, girls wrestling, and USCB soccer, check in on some former Lowco standouts, and highlight this year’s HHIHS Athletics Hall of Fame class as well as our Teams of the Week.
In a captivating debut before an electric crowd, the brand-new Hilton Head High boys volleyball team defeated the rival Bluffton Bobcats in four sets (25-13, 19-25, 25-18, 25-20) in a historic matchup.
Fresh off his win at the GProTour’s Augusta Open, Bluffton pro golfer Bryson Nimmer stops by to talk about his 25-under-par performance and what lies ahead for the budding pro, plus much more on this week’s Lowdown!
The visiting Bluffton Bobcats roared out of the gate, but Hilton Head Christian Academy rallied and rode the energy from a raucous student section in “The Cage” to a 25-21, 25-18 win in a Lowco volleyball showdown Tuesday.
One of the best stories of the young high school football season, the Colleton Prep War Hawks are 3-0 and coach Greg Langdale stopped by the LowcoSports Lowdown to chat with LowcoSports.com’s Justin Jarrett and Wes Kerr, plus much more!
Before he jets off to North Macedonia for his second year of professional basketball overseas, Port Royal’s own Ryle Owens stopped by the LowcoSports Lowdown to chat with LowcoSports.com’s Justin Jarrett and Wes Kerr.
Led by standout football kicker Trevor Weldon (Miami) and basketball phenom JJ Hayes (Palm Beach Atlantic), eight Dolphin student-athletes officially signed their national letters of intent Wednesday at Hilton Head Prep’s gymnasium.