Football fans throughout the Palmetto State woke up like kids on Christmas morning today and found a big ol’ pile of presents waiting under the tree. But we can’t open them until tonight.
Despite sending a steady stream of players to the next level in recent years, Whale Branch football keeps reloading, and the Warriors hope to do the same this season.
Although no one claimed a state title, it was a banner year for area high school baseball teams, thanks in large part to the members of the second annual All-Lowco Baseball Team.
One area team will open the high school football season ranked in the top 10, while two more received top-10 votes in the initial S.C. Prep Football Media Poll of the season.
The time has finally arrived to announce the second annual All-Lowco Boys Basketball Team Presented By Beaufort Hustle Basketball.
Whale Branch finished eighth in the girls standings and 10th in the boys standings at the Class 2A track and field state championships on Friday and Saturday in Columbia.
Whale Branch will send 11 individuals and two relay teams to the Class 2A Track & Field State Championships after their performances at the state qualifier meet Saturday in Columbia.
Whale Branch rallied late to tie the game, but host Philip Simmons pushed across the winning run in the bottom of the seventh to claim a 5-4 win in the first round of the Class 2A District 8 playoffs Tuesday.
The host Eagles ran away with the girls title and edged county rival May River for the boys crown at the 19-team Beaufort Track Classic on Saturday.