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.
A Clemson athletic booster club honored one of its most loyal members Wednesday.
It had some rough spots, but overall the 2014 Ashley Ridge football season is one Swamp Fox fans can be proud of.
NORTH AUGUSTA — For North Augusta’s Trib Reece, Friday night was quite familiar. The senior quarterback hadn’t put up as gaudy of numbers this season as he had in the past two. But in his team’s 31-28 win over Cane Bay to open the Class AAAA, Division II playoffs, the passing game was clicking for Reece and the Yellow Jackets (10-2).
The Patriots rushed for 389 yards and sacked the Gaffney quarterback four times en route to earning a 37-24 victory in the opening round of the …
The Palmetto Eagles 13U travel ball team ended its 2014 fall season by winning the South Carolina Winter State Championship.
Ashley Ridge was eliminated from the Division 1-AAAA football playoffs Nov. 14 with a 35-6 loss to Hillcrest.
A 31-year-old mother of two won the inaugural Summerville Sweet Tea Half Marathon.
The 12th of 13 Charleston Area Men’s Interclub Golf Association 2014 matches was played on Nov. 3.
Gregory Archie Jr. has represented Fort Dorchester High School on the basketball court and now he wants to represent the school and his community …
Summerville avenged the loss that knocked it out of the playoffs last year.
The Pinewood Panthers traveled to Hammond on Friday for the first round of the SCISA AAA playoffs.
It’s not your father’s Big 16 top-seed playoff opener.
Three Green Wave baseball players made their college choice official Nov. 12 by signing national letters of intent.
The Green Wave’s No. 1 singles player signed with The Citadel Nov. 12.
The Green Wave opens this year’s Division 1-AAAA football playoffs against the team that eliminated Summerville from the playoffs last year.
Overcoming three fumbles and a missed field goal, Cane Bay survived the West Ashley Wildcats, 13-6, Friday night at West Ashley Stadium.
Ashley Ridge opens the Division 1-AAAA football playoffs Nov. 14 against a team with one of the highest-scoring offenses in the state.
For Summerville High School senior Sarah Windham, deciding where she wanted to play college softball wasn’t hard.
Three Lowcountry football coaches and two players have been selected as Palmetto Champions.
Firefighters and police officers will put their athletic skills to the test this weekend.
The Pinewood Prep Competition Cheerleading Team travelled to Columbia Saturday looking to defend its two-time SCISA Championship.