Pinewood senior Drayton Knight was named the SCISA Region 3-AAA Baseball Player of the Year.
The Pinewood Prep Track and Field Team wrapped up its season May 7 at the SCISA State Championships at Porter-Gaud.
Behind a gutsy performance from sidewinder Bo Gobin, the Green Wave baseball team earned a 2-1 win over J.L. Mann Friday to stay alive in the Class …
Summerville forced a Game 2 of the Class AAAA Lower State Championship series at Stratford but couldn’t produce the runs it needed in the …
Three local athletes claimed an individual state championship last weekend, including one who set a new state record.
The Pinewood Panther baseball team was eliminated from round two of the playoffs May 7 by The Ben Lippen Falcons.
The Green Wave baseball team already defeated the top-ranked team in the state two times in a row, which leaves only one thing.
Photos from the Class AAAA state track and field championships at Spring Valley High School on May 14. (Photos by Roger Lee/Journal Scene)
Spring football practice for South Carolina high schools is in full swing.
Lowcountry teams in general didn’t have a strong showing at the Class AAAA Boys’ Golf Lower State Qualifier, but one Dorchester Two …
Stratford High School is one of the last two standing in Class AAAA softball for the fifth time in school history and first time since 2008. …
All the Summerville-area high schools will send athletes to this weekend’s Class AAAA Track and Field Championships.
Wilson Beattie pitched a no-hitter Wednesday to help the Green Wave stay alive in the Class AAAA Lower State Baseball Playoffs.
Summerville defeated Lexington 9-2 Wednesday to advance to the Class AAAA Lower State championship series.
Competitive playoff runs came to an end for two Ashley Ridge teams last week
Pinewood Prep overcame a difficult course last Saturday at Hermitage Farm near Camden to capture the sporting clays state championship.
James Island earned a 2-1 overtime victory over Fort Dorchester Thursday to advance to the Class AAAA girls’ soccer Lower State title game for …
The Summerville boys’ tennis season ended Thursday at Blanton Courts with a hard fought 4-2 loss to perennial powerhouse Lexington.
The Green Wave baseball team was on some roll.
Green Wave photos from the softball and baseball playoffs with a few Stratford photos included. Photos by Roger Lee/Journal Scene
Stratford earned a 3-0 shutout over fellow Lowcountry power Summerville in the Class AAAA Lower State playoffs.
The Alston baseball team finished the season with a 12-3 record and claimed the 2016 District Two Middle School Baseball League Championship.
Photos from the third-round playoff game between the Fort Dorchester and James Island girls' soccer teams on May 5. Photos by Roger Lee/Journal Scene …
The Palmetto Masters Swim Team claimed runner-up honors at a national swim meet.
Kimmie Gessner and Emma Ayala will head to Louisville, Kentucky on May 12 for the National Archery in the Schools National Tournament.
The Green Wave looked like a No. 1 seed Tuesday as it cruised to victory in the opening round of the Class AAAA playoffs.
Pinewood seniors Hannah Miner and Summer Ricciardi have both committed to play soccer at the college level.