Charleston Southern wrapped up fall camp on Thursday night with its second scrimmage of the preseason. The Bucs engaged in a partial contact scrimmage for more than two hours, and focused primarily on situational football before transitioning to a ‘live game’ environment toward the end of the session.
Summerville High School sophomore Victor Shellhammer won the 16th annual Race for The ARK held in downtown Summerville Saturday.
The Pinewood Panthers got their 2015 season off to a flying start Friday as they blew away the Hurricanes of First Baptist 55-0.
As first games go, Friday night’s season opener between Fort Dorchester and South Florence had a little bit of everything.
The Swamp Foxes jumped out to a fast start and cruised to a victory in St. George.
Girls can play football too, and they are at six area high schools this fall.
Despite a fourth-quarter rally by the Green Wave Friday, Joe Call was unable to notch his first victory as the interim head coach for the Summerville …
Green Wave Opens first season with Joe Call calling the shots. Pictures from Summerville's game against Providence High out of North Carolina.
The Lady Patriots’ volleyball lost some quality players from last year’s squad, but has a large group of candidates looking to step …
The Green Wave football team will open its season Friday against an out-of-state opponent.
Fort Dorchester will host a battle between two Top 10 teams in Week 0.
Summerville racecar driver Matthew Briggs is two-for-two.
Ashley Ridge opens its football season against a fellow Dorchester County team Friday.
The battle for the Charleston Area Men’s Interclub Golf Association team trophy started heating up this month as golfers competed at Wescott Plantation.
Summerville and Fort Dorchester both showed they have multiple offensive weapons during the 45th annual Sertoma Football Classic.
Nearly 200 young athletes converged on The Ponds neighborhood Saturday morning to compete in the 2015 Summerville Family YMCA Youth Triathlon.
Two private schools located on the Berkeley County side of Summerville joined in on the Sertoma Football Classic festivities this year.
Ashley Ridge’s quarter-long scrimmage with Baptist Hill turned out to be every bit the mismatch some were expecting.
It’s easy to overlook their importance to the game, but imagine football without the chain crew.
Pinewood will enter the 2015 season with some momentum.
Pictures from both days of the Sertoma Football Classic. Teams include Ashley Ridge, Fort Dorchester, Summerville, Pinewood, Ridge Christian, Faith …
Charleston Southern’s men’s basketball team will compete in the 2015 NIT Season Tip-Off, it was announced on Thursday, Aug. 6.
Former Pinewood Prep golf star Austin Cody won his first professional tournament, shooting 6-under-par 210 over 54 holes for a five-shot win over …
Patrick Walters is preparing for what he hopes will be his most lucrative fishing trip yet.
Golfers can spend a day on a course with views of the Charleston harbor while raising money for pediatric cancer research. It’s all part of the fourth annual Drive Away Childhood Cancer Golf Tournament benefiting Chase After a Cure.
The Charleston Power Brigade held its summer youth baseball camp Aug. 3-7 at Wescott Park in North Charleston. The camp had 105 kids from the …
If experience is any indication, the Swamp Fox volleyball team should have a strong season.
The stakes at the Sertoma Football Classic are a little higher this year for Summerville and Fort Dorchester.
Region titles will be harder to come by for Dorchester Two sports teams if the South Carolina High School League 2016-18 realignment proposal passes.