Goose Creek High School senior guard Aniyah Oliver helped power the Lady Gators to their third state championship in four seasons.
Hanahan High School senior Amari Smith was off to blazing start this spring in a track and field season cut short by COVID-19 concerns.
Hanahan High School’s Hanna Johnson is the school record holder in cross country and placed fourth out of 140 runners in the Class 3A championship meet in November.
Berkeley High School’s Jersey Silver was on the verge of another special season on the diamond for the Stags before COVID-19 concerns brought the sports world to a screeching halt.
With a sparkling grade-point average north of 5.00 that makes him one of the top Cane Bay High School graduates in the Class of 2020, senior Robert Perrecone is the Best of Prep Sports Male Sc…
If there was any fall sports athlete who embodied the statement “it’s not the size of the dog in the fight that matters but the size of the fight in the dog,” it’s Stratford High School senior…
The 2019-20 Goose Creek High School girls basketball team wasn’t stacked from top to bottom with its usual assortment of hardwood superstars
Cane Bay High School senior Zane Jackson admitted he was nervous at the start of the Class 5A state championship race in the fall.
Cane Bay track and field coach Greg Hall was confident sophomore Jayvion Johnson was in the conversation for a sprint state championship this spring.
There’s nothing like fighting back from a huge deficit to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat, especially against a longtime rival.
1-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR - MALE: Hopkins a threat at any sport
Hanahan High School athletics director Kim Joseph sings the praises of senior student-athlete Brooke Vorhis.
St. John’s Christian junior Nai’Ryan Bookert was a scoring machine on the hardwood for the Cavaliers, powering them to the postseason.
Timberland High School sophomore wrestler Roman Wadford was dominant on the grandest stage in the state.
Some performances are worthy of a standing ovation. They are simply a cut above the rest.
Athlete of the Year – Male: Hopkins a threat at any sport
There was a comeback for the ages, courage and toughness were on display, championship dreams were realized and the Class of 2020 will never forget the day the academic and sports world came t…
EDITOR'S NOTE: Summerville Communications will announce the winners of its third annual Best of Prep Sports event on May 27 in a video posted at journalscene.com, berkeleyind.com and ourgazett…
Female Athlete of the Year: Grace Powell, Pinewood Preparatory School
A Heisman Trophy winner was in the house, as was the trophy.
Baseball Player of the Year: Jeffrey Zeigler, Berkeley
Cane Bay High School senior Savannah Hollifield has compiled impressive numbers in the classroom while balancing responsibilities to three varsity sports teams in 2017-18.
Fort Dorchester senior Ben Veloso is sometimes overlooked, but the speed, skill and heart he demonstrates on the field have not gone unnoticed.
Cane Bay High School junior cheerleader Lexi Corliss is a high flyer.
Isabelle Varnado has been a key part of the Fort Dorchester Girls Soccer Team’s recent success.
Stratford High School senior student-athlete Grant Domingo has an impressive resume. It goes back several years.
Jalen Slawson is one of the most well-rounded basketball players in the area.
Fort Dorchester cross country athlete Wyatt Hall stepped up when the pressure was intense.
Jacob D’Ambrosio was not going to lose.
Very few athletes from the area claimed a state swimming championship this school year so it stands to reason one who did should be named the Summerville Communications Male Swimmer of the Year.
Berkeley junior Sarah Mundy is gearing up for a strong senior season after stapling herself as one of the fastest swimmers in the state.
Nate Walker concluded an impressive career at Cross High School in the fall of 2017 and is headed to Wofford College to play football upon graduation.
Fort Dorchester quarterback Dakereon Joyner was the player most Lowcountry coaches dreaded facing the most over the last few years, which is just one reason he is the Summerville Communication…
Katy Torgerson’s contributions to the Swamp Fox Volleyball program increased every year she was with the team.
When it comes to track and field there are no sure bets, but if you’re going to gamble on the sport Summerville senior Imagine Patterson is about as safe of a bet as there is.
Berkeley pitcher Raelee Brabham is one of the top softball players in the area. The verbal commit to Coastal Carolina is the leading pitcher for the Stags’ three-member staff on the mound. Bra…
Sophomore cross country Kennedy Yonce has made Class AAAA all-region lists and cross country state championship appearances the past two years at Berkeley.
Stratford High School track standout Davonte Fuller will wrap up a prep career loaded with highlights this spring. He signed with the University of Miami in November.
Abby Cotuna just completed her freshman year as one of the state’s top female tennis players.
Summerville junior Angel Frank seems to be hitting her stride at the right time.
It’s cliché, but true; Stephen Wills aced it!
The Patriots Football team wasn’t just good in 2017, it was dominant nearly all season.
Green Wave pitcher/infielder Daniel Lloyd went 6-0 on the hill during the regular season with a 0.48 ERA to lead Summerville to the Region 7-AAAAA Baseball championship.
Jacob Daley’s work ethic is paying off both in the classroom and on the golf course.
What could have broken him made him stronger.
Tim McDowell has been with the Berkeley County School District for going on 30 years and hasn’t worked alongside anybody in the same league as Greg Hall when it comes to service to a school.
Hanahan High School senior student-athlete Ashley Meckley has been a top performer in three sports at HHS, standing out in basketball, softball and flag football.
Elysa Wesolek just concluded a stellar career at Northwood Academy this past winter and is headed to the University of South Carolina to play for Dawn Staley and the Gamecocks.
Two programs with strong tradition met at McKissick Field Aug. 18 to kick off the football season.