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The reigning, defending football champions of the City of Goose Creek load up and head across town to tangle with rival Goose Creek High School Friday.

The Stratford High School volleyball team blanked crosstown rival Goose Creek High School 3-0 in its final regular season match.

All that stands in the way of Goose Creek High School’s football program and the Gators’ first region crown in four years is James Island High School.

Northwood Academy leaned on a punishing ground attack Friday to claim its third win of the season, a 35-12 victory over visiting Pinewood Prep.

Cane Bay High School coach Russell Zehr expected the physicality and back-and-forth of a fist fight and that’s exactly what unfolded.

After a few subpar seasons, Friday night was a chance for the Goose Creek football program to prove it is a force to be reckoned with as the Gators hosted defending region champion Berkeley in…

Stratford High School’s girls tennis team doubled up Cane Bay High School in a Region 7-AAAAA match on Thursday, Oct. 9.

Six seniors on Hanahan High School’s volleyball team have the Lady Hawks rounding into form as the regular season runs into the playoffs later this month.

Jason Winstead isn’t always certain which version of the Goose Creek High School football team will emerge from the locker room from day to day but the one that showed up Friday was dominant.

Brick by brick and pillar by pillar, the Carolina Spartans are building for their 2020 season in the Independent American Football League.

Stratford High School’s boys cross country team has never missed the state meet in Coach Shane Sutherland’s time at the helm, though last year was close.

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.

Every golfer envisions the day a shot takes flight and an ace falls out of the sky for the very first time.

Charleston Southern offered up a respectable level of resistance against a ranked FCS team for the second week in a row but had to settle for a moral victory again.

With Lowcountry heavyweight Fort Dorchester High School on deck, the Goose Creek Gators gained some needed confidence with a resounding victory in their homecoming game.

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

The South Carolina Stingrays will play a pair of preseason games against the Greenville Swamp Rabbits in early October as they prepare for another ECHL campaign.

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.

Charleston Southern’s football team will test itself against a Southeastern Conference opponent for the third straight season on Saturday, and it won’t be a long trip.

Jaedon Alston, Damarius Anderson and Javion Taylor each scored a pair of touchdowns as Stratford High School broke into the win column on Aug. 30.

The Goose Creek Gators opened the football season with a stinging loss to one Dorchester County program on Aug. 23 and has had extra time to regroup in preparation for another.

The South Carolina Stingrays have announced new updates to the team’s Hat Trick For Reading program for the 2019-20 season. For the first time, the program is now open to students of all ages …

When Charleston Southern’s Barclay Radebaugh announced the team’s 2019-20 schedule on Aug. 22, it revealed a challenging non-conference slate for the Buccaneers men’s basketball team this upco…

The girls of fall are back on the gridiron next month when the sixth season of high school flag football in the Charleston area kicks off on Sept. 3.

In the offseason, Stratford High School’s defensive staff made the decision to move to a 3-5-3 look to get more speed on the field.

Eight Charleston Southern football players have been selected to the Phil Steele 2019 preseason All-Big South first or second team.

AIKEN — Moncks Corner got a wake-up call in its Dixie Boys World Series opener on Saturday, falling hard into the loser’s bracket.

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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