The gridiron ladies of the North Charleston Police Department’s Cops Athletic Program flag football league are gearing up for the playoffs.

Several local swimmers were scheduled to make the trip to Columbia Oct. 14 to compete in the South Carolina High School League Class AAAAA Swimming Championships.

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This week a rested and talented Fort Dorchester Football team will host a team out to prove it can compete in Class AAAAA.

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The Ashley Ridge Football team jumped out to an early lead and survived a late rally by West Ashley Oct. 11 in The Swamp.

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All the Summerville-area cross country teams competed in Columbia Oct. 12 during the 2019 Coaches Classic, an event that featured teams from across the state.

Charleston Southern offered up a respectable level of resistance against a ranked FCS team for the second week in a row but had to settle for a moral victory again.

The Fort Dorchester Football Team notched its second shutout of the season Sept. 20, handing visiting Berkeley a 44-0 loss.

The Patriots Football team faces what just may be its toughest test of the first half of the season when it hosts the Stags Sept. 20.

The only two Charleston Lowcountry football players selected to participate in the 2019 Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas play for Dorchester County teams.

It was a typical Cane Bay-Ashley Ridge football game, coming down to the wire as they seemingly always do.

The South Carolina Stingrays will play a pair of preseason games against the Greenville Swamp Rabbits in early October as they prepare for another ECHL campaign.

The first distance runner in Cane Bay High School history to finish first at state now has some bling to go along with the memory of the state championship he won in the spring.

The Cane Bay Cobras will be coming off their most anemic performance offensively in six years when they travel to Ashley Ridge High School on Sept. 13.

The first distance runner in Cane Bay High School history to finish first at state now has some bling to go along with the memory of the state championship he won in the spring.

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