The Sertoma Club is looking for Charleston's top two high school student talents to perform the National Anthem at the 45th annual C.T. Lowndes and …
A team of Summerville High School tennis players has advanced to a regional championship tournament.
Young athletes aspiring to join the Ashley Ridge High School volleyball program learned what it takes to play for the Lady Swamp Foxes last week.
Single-game tickets for The Citadel football’s 2015 season are now available for purchase.
Fort Dorchester High School will begin football tryouts on July 31 behind the school. All participants should have a physical form completed by a physician prior to tryouts. Forms are available at fdfootball.com. Participants should wear shorts, T-shirt and athletic shoes. B-team tryouts for students in grades 8-9 will be from 8:30-10:30 a.m. …
Two Summerville-area high schools have new athletic directors.
A trip to Orlando had an international flavor for a Lowcountry youth baseball team.
Summerville’s Mike Parker brought home a gold medal after turning in a record-setting performance at the National Senior Games held in St. …
Students from Ray Smith’s Taekwondo recently competed at the 2015 USA Taekwondo National Taekwondo Championships in Austin, Texas.
Three Summerville-area swimmers set meet records during the Coastal Carolina Aquatic Association 2015 Championship Meet.
Photos from City Meet at Crowfield (Photos from Roger Lee and Rob Gantt)
Preparations are underway for the second annual Summerville Sweet Tea Half Marathon.
A new track and field team is having some success this summer.
Director of Athletics Brian Price has named Robert Henneman as Cathedral Academy’s new head football coach.
Pine Forest claimed top team honors at the eighth Charleston Area Men’s Interclub Golf Association match of the season held at Summerville Country Club July 6.
Half the year Mollie Smith is the last line of defense for Ashley Ridge and the other half she is on the front line of the attack.
Summer football activities were particularly important for the Green Wave this year.
A.J. Green came home to a hero’s welcome last week.
If their summer workouts are any indication, the Patriots should be able to move the football next season.
Nearly 170 young athletes worked on their soccer skills this summer during the seventh annual Ashley Ridge youth soccer camp.
The Pepperhill/Wescott age 9-10 All-stars claimed the South Carolina Dixie Youth Baseball AAA District 7 Championship in dramatic fashion Saturday.
Photos from the A.J. Green Skills Camp held at Memorial Stadium in Summerville Saturday.
Ashley Ridge coach Kenny Walker is pleased with the way his team’s summer activities have gone.
The Pinewood Prep football team put its skills players to the test this summer.
The town of Summerville will honor former Green Wave standout A.J. Green this weekend.
Devin Smith developed his basketball skills in Harlem but for a second consecutive year he will use them to help the Green Wave.