The Cane Bay football season came to an end in the opening round of the Class AAAA playoffs on Friday.
Charleston Southern’s historic football season was rewarded with the No. 8 national seed and a first round bye in the 2015 FCS Playoffs. The …
This weekend’s high school football playoffs will pit an undefeated team against a team known for pulling off upsets.
When Chad Holbrook watches T.J. Hopkins, the South Carolina head baseball coach is reminded of another name — Evan Marzilli.
The third annual Team William T1D Tee Off junior golf tournament benefiting the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation and the South Carolina Youth Diabetes Association is scheduled for Feb. 27.
Summerville suffered a 51-37 loss to top-seeded Dutch Fork Friday in the opening round of the Class AAAA, Division 1 football playoffs.
The Pinewood Prep Competition Team wrapped up its season at the SCISA State Cheerleading Championships held at Newberry College Nov. 12.
After a slow start, the undefeated Fort Dorchester Patriots rolled pretty well, knocking off visiting Spring Valley, 28-14, in the first round of the …
Photos from the Nov. 21 SCISA AAA football championship game in Columbia between Pinewood Prep and Hammond School.
The Summerville High School Student-Athletes of the Month for October are Harper Mobley and Cameron Blake. Winners of the award, which is sponsored …
Pinewood Prep was unable to claim its first football championship in school history Saturday, but it did get a taste of the championship atmosphere. …
Pinewood Preparatory School has added Larry Klingenberg to its athletic staff as the new Director of Tennis.
Boiling Springs took a 27-0 lead in the first quarter and then held off a scrappy Ashley Ridge team to claim a 48-28 playoff victory.
The team that seems to always find its way into the championship game will face the team that has never been there.
Dutch Fork fans who didn’t pay attention to Lowcountry football this season were probably shocked when the playoff brackets were released.
Coming off its only loss of the season, Ashley Ridge will open the playoffs against a team that is hot.
The Legacy for a Legend Golf Tournament held Oct. 29 in honor of retired Green Wave football coach John McKissick provided opportunities for old …
Twenty-one Cane Bay seniors enter the final stretch of their high school football careers on Friday.
Despite being the No. 2 overall seed and top seed for its side of the bracket for the Class AAAA, Division 1 football playoffs, the Patriots got a …
Several Green Wave athletes signed a national letter of intent Monday, including two pitchers who signed to play for the Gamecocks.
Cool temperatures for Saturday’s Sweet Tea Half Marathon led to good times and a new course record.
Three Ashley Ridge baseball players and a Swamp Fox golfer made their college plans official on Nov. 11.
Pinewood Prep is closer than it has ever been to claiming its first football state championship.
It’s been a big month for Fort Dorchester golfer Taylor Mayers.
Megan Fish, a senior midfielder for the University of Central Florida women’s soccer team, has been selected a recipient of the Haier …
The Pinewood Cross Country team went to Columbia last weekend for the SCISA AAA State Championship Meet.
The Pinewood Prep competition cheerleading team is on a roll.
Ashley Ridge, Fort Dorchester and Summerville all landed two players on the 2015 Region 8-AAAA Girls Tennis All-region Team.
An Ashley Ridge coach and Fort Dorchester athlete are among those who have been named Palmetto Champions.
As far as Cane Bay football coach Russell Zehr can tell, the Cobras will hit the road to some far-off school for the opening round of the Class AAAA …