LowcoSports.com's Justin Jarrett and Wes Kerr discuss all the latest local sports news from the South Carolina Lowcountry in the LowcoSports Lowdown podcast. In this week's episode, we have hoops recruiting news from Whale Branch; updates on the high school baseball, softball, and golf seasons; plenty of pro golf news from around the Lowco, including an impromptu PGA Tour stop in Jasper County; and new Jasper County School District AD and Ridgeland-Hardeeville High School football coach Rodney Barr stops by for an interview. Plus, the pod squad names its teams and athletes of the week, and we shout out two Team Lowco interns headed to the next level in their journalism careers.
Whale Branch boys soccer dropped a tough region matchup at home Tuesday, falling 5-3 to Charleston Math & Science.
Battery Creek’s girls won five events and placed in the top three in six more to lead the way at the Bob Jenkins Coaches Class Region 7 track and field meet Saturday at Whale Branch Early College High School.
May River’s boys won six events — including two in which the Sharks posted the best times in South Carolina Class 4A this season — to lead the way at the Bob Jenkins Coaches Classic Region 7 track and field meet Saturday at Whale Branch Early College High School.
Whale Branch boys soccer picked up its first win of the season with a 2-1 road victory over Cross on Thursday.
May River’s track squad cleaned up in its home meet Saturday, winning five events and capturing the boys’ team title to lead the local contingent at the Shark Invitational.
Bridges Prep boys soccer put on a dominant performance in a 9-1 win Thursday at Whale Branch in both teams’ season openers.
The dream season met a nightmare ending Tuesday night for the Whale Branch girls. The top-ranked Warriors suffered their only loss of the season when it mattered most, falling 40-37 in overtime to visiting Lamar.
Five LowCo hoops standouts received statewide honors for their stellar seasons Tuesday with spots on the South Carolina Basketball Coaches Association All-State Teams.
Two Whale Branch senior gridiron stars earned major accolades this week from the South Carolina Football Coaches Association, as quarterback Jaylen Reeves and placekicker Henry Tome were named to the prestigious Palmetto Champions All-Star Football Team.