Wando goalie Logan Windham was named the player of the year by the South Carolina High School Lacrosse Coaches Association.
Teammate Richard Slay was named the defensive player of the year. He and Windham were two of four players in the state to earn All-America status.
Local first-team, all-state members include Windham, Slay, Connor Johnson, Wando and Matt Finlayson, Academic Magnet.
Second-team picks include Christian Alberg, Academic Magnet; John Jamison, Academic Magnet and John Dudash, Bishop England.
John Jamison, Jeffery Thomas and Thomas Trouche of Academic Magnet and Wando's Jordan Phillips, Jared Wells, Adam Johnson and Andy Cole earned Lower State honors.
Callahan tabbed Dillon High School's Jamie Callahan, was named the Gatorade South Carolina Baseball Player of the Year.
Callahan was 7-1 as a senior, with a 0.89 ERA and 113 strikeouts in 50 innings. He batted .439 with five home runs while driving in 32 runs.
Callahan, who will play for the South Carolina Gamecocks, has a 3.9 GPA and has volunteered for Fellowship of Christian Athletes and Special Olympics.
Horton retiresHigh school baseball in the Palmetto State might never be the same now that longtime Bamberg-Ehrhardt coach David Horton has retired.
The 74-year-old Horton retired at the end of the season. He holds the state record with 889 career victories, while winning 14 state championships in 17 appearances. He coached 1,150 games in his tenure at the school. During a stretch between 1974-81, the Red Raiders tied a national record with eight state titles.
Saunders signsDalton Saunders, a three-year starter and one of Summerville's top quarterbacks, has signed to play football for Greenville Tech.
He finished with nearly 6,000 career passing yards. He completed more than 350 passes, including 54 touchdown passes.
Jordan in North-SouthWest Ashley softball player Ashlyn Jordan has been added to the South roster for the North-South All-Star Games, which will be held June 13-14 in Aiken.
She was an honorable mention All-Lowcountry selection last spring and was a Region 7-AAAA all-star this spring.
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