Berkeley High School’s football team enters the final week of the regular season needing to take out a rival to ensure at least one home playoff game.

Through the years, Timberland High School football fans have seen many versatile players suit up in the orange and forest green.

Berkeley High School bounced back from its first region loss on the football field since 2015 with a dominating performance Friday in its homecoming game.

St. John’s Christian’s football team continued putting it all together as the regular season winds down.

Berkeley High School’s football team had not tasted the acidity of defeat in a region contest since 2015 before falling at Goose Creek High School, 35-27, in a Region 7-AAAAA showdown on Friday.

Former Berkeley High School defensive back Israel Mukuamu made a significant impact for the University of South Carolina in its stunning upset at No. 3 Georgia on Saturday.

Chayse Cool carded the low round with a 43 to lift the Stratford High School girls golf team to a two-shot victory Oct. 8 in a Region 7-AAAAA match at Berkeley Country Club in Moncks Corner.

Frances Hester and Faith Williams carded 46s and the Berkeley High School girls golf team earned a 26-shot victory on its home course against Cane Bay High School on Wednesday, Oct. 2.

St. John’s Christian’s football team improved to 3-1 with a hard-fought, 42-22 victory over Palmetto Christian on Friday.

For the first time all season, the Stratford High School football team was complementary in its efforts between the lines.

Timberland isn’t going to abandon the run game any time soon but the Wolves have proven they can get it done through the air more efficiently in the 2019 campaign.

Stratford’s Faith Owens and Rori Mae Condon shared medalist honors as the Knights defeated Berkeley and James Island in a Region 7-AAAAA golf match on Wednesday, Sept. 25 at Crowfield.

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

The Berkeley High School girls golf team coasted past James Island in a Region 7-AAAAA match at Berkeley Country Club on Sept. 18.

The Berkeley High School football team will attempt to exact some revenge for a season-ending loss to a longtime rival last season while honoring some Stags athletic greats on Sept. 27.

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

It’s hard to imagine many teams being hungrier than Cross High School was to get back on the field Sept. 6.

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.

Timberland High School and Berkeley High School are ranked inside the Top 10 of the latest South Carolina prep media football polls.

During the first half the Swamp Foxes didn’t have an answer for the Stags on either side of the ball.

Join the Summerville Communications Sports Team as they preview the upcoming high school games in Dorchester and Berkeley counties.

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