Join the Summerville Communications sports team of Rob Gantt and Roger Lee as they have a look at next weekend's high school football games.
The Ashley Ridge Football team hosts Stall at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 23 for its homecoming game.
The Swamp Foxes (0-4, 0-3 in Region 8-AAAAA) and the Warriors (0-4, 0-3) are both hoping to earn their first victory of the season.
The Pinewood Boys and Girls swim teams placed 10th at the 2020 SCISA AAA State Swim Meet Oct. 17 at the North Charleston Aquatics Center.
The Ashley Ridge Girls Tennis team completed a clean sweep of its Region 8-AAAAA opponents Oct. 13 with a 6-0 victory over Summerville.
The Patriots Football team continues to steam roll through its schedule.
The Patriots’ closest contest came in their season opener when they handed Ashley Ridge a 41-20 loss in The Swamp. Since, Fort Dorchester has earned a 56-15 win over Goose Creek, 70-0 win over Stall and a 42-14 win at West Ashley last week to improve to 4-0 on the season with a 3-0 mark in Region 8-AAAAA.
The Summerville Volleyball team defeated Cane Bay 3-0 Oct. 15 in The Firehouse.
With the win, the Green Wave improved to 8-3 on the season with a 6-2 mark against Region 8-AAAAA opponents. The team’s only losses are to Ashley Ridge, which swept the Wave, and Wando.
The Berkeley Stags head into the final week of Region 7-AAAAA play in a must-win situation if they want to make the playoffs.
The Goose Creek Gators have already locked down the Region 7-AAAAA championship trophy. Will they also capture the Golden Goose trophy?
The Green Wave edged past one Dorchester School District Two rival and has a key game against the other next week.
Bucs crank up fall baseball practice
Ashley Ridge Football has faced some tough opponents early this season and they face another big test this week.
The Swamp Foxes are 0-3 with an 0-2 mark in Region 8-AAAAA after losing to Fort Dorchester, West Ashley and Berkeley. Last week, Ashley Ridge fell 35-7 to the Stags.
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The Lady Swamp Foxes had a Top 10 team performance at the South Carolina High School League state swim championships while a pair of Green Wave siblings cracked the Top 3 for individual events.
The North Charleston Aquatic Center hosted the Class AAAAA Swim Championships for the first time Oct. 10-12.
On Oct. 5 Aubrey Clements, Maegan Maddray, Olivia Reed and Sarah Petersen combined to give Fort Dorchester a winning score of 396 at the 2020 Region 8-AAAAA Girls Golf Championship match at Wescott. That was just enough to edge out Summerville, which placed second with 397 points. Trailing were Ashley Ridge (399) and West Ashley (471).
The Fort Dorchester Football team is coming off a blowout over Stall, but things won’t likely be that easy this week.
The Patriots handed the Warriors a 70-0 loss Oct. 9 in Fort Dorchester’s homecoming game. The Patriots took a 42-0 lead in the opening quarter and went to its bench heavily the remainder of the game. Eight different players had a reception for the Patriots while nine had rushing yards.
A pair of teams that combined scored 113 points last Friday only scored 3 this week.
Summerville (2-1, 2-0 in Region 8-AAAAA) battled to win a 3-0 victory over West Ashley (2-1, 1-1) on McKissick Field. A week before, the Green Wave earned a 72-12 Week 2 victory over Stall while West Ashley rolled to a 41-14 victory over Ashley Ridge.
George Rogers, a native of Duluth, Ga., has always had a love for football. A standout at Duluth High School, Rogers decided to attend the University of South Carolina when coach Jim Carlen told him that he could play in his freshman year.
Join the Summerville Communications Sports Team of Roger Lee and Rob Gantt as preview the high school football games coming up this weekend.
The Ashley Ridge Volleyball Team clinched the Region 8-AAAAA Championship last week.
The Swamp Foxes defeated Fort Dorchester 25-14, 25-14, 25-16 in The Swamp Oct. 7. The next night, Ashley Ridge defeated Stall in three straight games to improve to 9-0 with an 8-0 mark in the region.
For the third consecutive year, Ashley Ridge swept the Region 8-AAAAA Championship Swim Meet.
The Green Wave Girls Tennis team claimed a big victory Oct. 1.
The Ashley Ridge Football team will travel to Moncks Corner Oct. 9 in search of its first win of the season.
The Patriots Volleyball team picked up a Region 8-AAAAA victory Oct. 1.
Ian Rafferty’s first victory as the Green Wave Football head coach came by an astonishing margin.
A pair of teams ranked in the top 10 of Class AAAAA in South Carolina went toe-to-toe as seventh-ranked Goose Creek visited No 4 Fort Dorchester in Week 2 of the S.C. High School League season.
Join the sports team from the Summerville Journal Scene, Berkeley Independent and Goose Creek Gazette as they preview Friday's high school football games from Dorchester and Berkeley counties.
The Green Wave Cross Country teams turned in some good times during their first three meets of the season.
The Pinewood tennis team won two matches in two days last week.
The Cathedral Academy Volleyball team is on a bit of a roll.
Sophomore quarterback Zolten Osborne threw three touchdown passes and senior running back Dwayne Wright rushed for two scores to lift Fort Dorchester to a 41-20 win at Ashley Ridge.
Join Summerville Communications' sports team Rob Gantt and Roger Lee as they preview this weekend's high school football games taking place in Dorchester and Berkeley counties.
Football teams for public high schools in the area will finally get to compete Friday.
Most of the Patriots Football varsity staff returned this season, but the team does have two new coordinators.
Ian Rafferty is leading the Green Wave Football team into battle this season.
The Pinewood Prep Football team suffered a heartbreaking loss Friday.
The Ashley Ridge Volleyball team jumped out to a 2-0 start under new head coach Leigh-Ann Carter.
The Ashley Ridge Football program has a new head coach and two new coordinators, but most of its other varsity coaches are returning from last season.
The Pinewood Prep Football team faces a program it’s very familiar with for its 2020 home opener.
The Cane Bay High School girls tennis team entered the new season with one more fresh face than experienced players but it’s a group that’s shoved off to a great start.
Pinewood Prep has a new head football coach, but that doesn’t mean the Panthers had to start from scratch this season.
Last week was busy for local high school girls’ golf teams.
The Summerville Volleyball team opened its season Sept. 10 with a 3-0 victory at Region 8-AAAAA opponent Stall.
While 2020 has been a year of adapting to the new normal as the country copes with the COVID-19 pandemic, the old normal remains in place as it pertains to high school football in the Lowcountry.
When it came to girls’ track in the early 2010s, the one person you definitely didn’t want competing against you was Jasmine Quinn.
The Ashley Ridge, Fort Dorchester and Stall high school swim teams competed Sept. 1 during the first official event at the North Charleston Aquatics Center.
As the month of August wound down things heated up for Panthers Athletics.
Pinewood Prep opens its varsity football season this week.
The Pinewood Prep Volleyball team won its home opener Aug. 27, defeating Laurence Manning Academy 3-1.
Doug Fetchen jokes about his claim to fame being an injury suffered during a championship swim meet but when all is said and done he will be remembered for much more.
A program that has been involved with high school sports in the Lowcountry for the past 30 years has been nixed.