The Pinewood varsity girls’ basketball team played in the Military Magnet Thanksgiving Classic last week and came away with the runner-up trophy.
The Fort Dorchester girls’ basketball team is rebuilding, but coach Randall Slawson is optimistic about the 2014-15 season.
With several lettermen returning and the addition of some promising young players, the Fort Dorchester boys’ basketball team stands to be very …
Pictures from Hanahan's Dec. 4 game at Ashley Ridge.
The Ashley Ridge wrestling team opened its season Dec. 3 with a convincing win over Berkeley.
The Patriots didn’t have the ending they wanted, but a lot of other things went according to plan for Fort Dorchester this football season.
Cody Meree is always at the center of the action, but rarely the center of attention.
Freshman Mason Hazel finished his first Cross Country season with Anderson University as the Trojans’ top runner.
The Green Wave boys’ basketball team went 1-1 during the Steel Town Shootout preseason tournament held Nov. 21-25 in Georgetown.
The Lady Green Wave basketball team returns seven lettermen from the squad that advanced to the state semifinals last season, but does face some …
It looks like it will be another highly competitive wrestling season in the Lowcountry.
Like beauty, the success of a season can be in the eye of the beholder.
David Coccoli is one of the most versatile members of this year’s Green Wave football team.
The Tee Newman/Randall Tucker coaching tandem is back together and has some athletes to work with.
Pictures from Fort Dorchester's semifinal game with Hillcrest in the Division 1-AAAA football playoffs. Hillcrest won 20-0.
The Patriots are a win away from the Division 1-AAAA football state championship game.
Summerville High School senior Abby Bozarth on Monday signed a national letter of intent to run for the Anderson University Cross Country Team.
If the Ashley Ridge girls’ basketball team continues to improve, the Lady Green Wave had better watch out.
There are a lot of new faces on the Green Wave boys’ basketball team this year.
Pinewood seniors Jake Birdsong and Austin McCray, on Nov. 19, signed their National Letter of Intent to play their sport at the next level.
The second annual Medal of Honor Bowl, scheduled for Jan. 10 at The Citadel’s Johnson Hagood Stadium, will again have top quality players seeking a shot at professional football along with coaches that possess nationally-recognized reputations. This year’s game will also have a national televised audience watching it.
Green Wave grappler Anthony Collins plans to run with a different pack next school year.
Pictures from Fort Dorchester's second-round playoff game with Summerville. The Patriots won to advance to the Division 1-AAAA football semifinals.
The Patriots knocked the Green Wave out of the Division 1-AAAA football playoffs.
Police and firefighters met up for the second annual flag football Battle of the Badges at Gahagan Park on Nov. 15. Police won the game, tying up the …
The Patriots will host the Green Wave for a second-round playoff game.
Three local golf experts will step into the shoes of Fred Gutierrez next month and play a round of golf using only one arm.
Cross High School will be the place to be on Saturday if you have a hankering for some roundball.