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

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

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The Summerville-Stratford cross-county rivalry had become stale as of late but the Green Wave and Knights revived it Friday night.

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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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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.

The girls of fall are back on the gridiron this month when the sixth season of high school flag football in the Charleston area kicks off.

Fort Dorchester running back Kalil Jenkins scored four times in the first half and the Patriots’ defense was too speedy and tenacious in a non-region football game at Cane Bay High School on Friday.

The Fort Dorchester offense spread the ball around and the Patriots’ defense was stellar during a 31-6 victory over visiting Glynn Academy.

The Pinewood Prep Football team opens its season against another team looking to return to prominence.

The first year of the Dennie McDaniel era on Crowfield Boulevard yielded a playoff spot for the second year in a row and the Stratford Knights also retained a hold on bragging rights in the city championship.

Northwood Academy’s efforts on the gridiron went unrewarded with any victories in 2018 but the Chargers are a year stronger and return an experienced squad for second-year football coach Ryan Leaver.

When Randy Robinson broke the plane at Berkeley High School in the spring of 2016, one of the first things he noticed was how talented his first group of sophomores was.

The Cross Trojans football team had to endure a brutal campaign on the gridiron last year. Coach Shaun Wright’s team went winless and missed the playoffs for the first time since 1969.

When Zack Bailey arrived at Summerville High School in 2011, he brought the dream of playing in the NFL with him. Now, just eight years later, that dream has become a reality.

In the Aug. 14 issue of the Summerville Journal Scene an athlete’s name was inadvertently left out of the group of athletes from the Lowcountry who participated in the 2019 Palmetto Games. PJ Morlando also played for the Southwest-Gold All-star Team that won this summer’s event. According to…

Cane Bay High School football coach Russell Zehr was encouraged by the Cobras’ work ethic in June and July. Perhaps they’re ready for a productive season in terms of victory celebrations.

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