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Brian Mitchell believes the Hanahan Hawks have a shot to be as competitive as anybody they run up against this spring on the baseball diamond.

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Thirty wrestlers from the Berkeley County School District punched tickets to the final weekend of the season through state qualifiers on Friday and Saturday.

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The Goose Creek Gators were forced to take a few extra laps to get inside the winner’s circle when they gave up a bucket in the closing seconds of regulation on Saturday.

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Goose Creek's girls basketball team advances to the third round of the Class 5A playoffs after defeating Ashley Ridge 53-38.

The Cane Bay Cobras aren’t blessed with a heaping bowl of experience but longtime baseball coach Shane Todd believes there is plenty of talent in the dugout to keep the program in the conversa…

Hanahan High School softball coach Katrina Moffett doesn’t lack confidence in the bunch she’s running out onto the field. She's built a championship program on Murray Drive and her team looks …

The defending Class 5A champions eased through the first round of the playoffs with a predictable performance.

Goose Creek High School girls basketball coach Tim Baldwin headlined the list of all-Region 7-AAAAA selections from the Berkeley County School District released on Feb. 18

Brandon Beckman believes his players’ daily grind and focus in practice can be the difference between finishing near the cellar or landing in the upper echelon of the Region 7-AAAAA standings.

Hanahan High School softball coach Katrina Moffett doesn’t lack confidence in the bunch she’s running out onto the field. She's built a championship program on Murray Drive and her team looks …

Charleston Southern football's recruiting class sits among the best in the FCS this season as the Buccaneers picked up the No. 13-ranked class according to HERO Sports. The organization announ…

Cane Bay High School’s boys basketball team can thank a strong defensive effort for being in position to make a run at a playoff spot in the last week of the regular season.

One Goose Creek High School basketball team has locked up its seventh straight region crown and the other enters the final week of the regular season in hot pursuit of its first region title s…

Jason Winstead was intentional when bringing attention to the word “academics” while introducing seven Goose Creek High School football players signing college deals inside the school’s new we…

The Berkeley High School girls basketball team gets to make its closing argument for a playoff spot over the next two weeks.

Projected to finish last in the region before the season began, the Cane Bay High School girls basketball team has an opportunity to prove the pundits wrong as it enters the home stretch.

When the final shots were taken and all the smoke cleared, three area wrestlers emerged unscathed in the 47th annual Carolina Invitational wrestling tournament at Lexington High School on Jan. 25.

A physical encounter in a key Region 7-AAAAA showdown between Stratford and Berkeley high schools got too physical late in the third quarter on Friday and both teams were hit with mass ejectio…

Charleston Southern’s baseball team was picked seventh in the annual Big South Conference preseason poll, as voted on by the league’s head coaches.

For more than 30 years, the High School Sports Report has been honoring some of the best prep athletes across the state at its annual all-state banquets.

The Berkeley High School wrestling team dropped its opening Region 7-AAAAA match on Jan. 9 against Wando High School and traveled to Goose Creek High School on Jan. 14 for a crucial clash. It …

Malichi Williams scored a game-high 16 points and Goose Creek limited its fourth straight opponent to less than 35 points as the Gators won their Region 7-AAAAA opener at Cane Bay on Jan. 14.

The Faith Christian boys basketball team is sporting a solid mark as the regular season makes the turn into the home stretch. The Knights are 9-4 overall and setting their sights on a spot nea…

Goose Creek built a four-point lead after a quarter and pushed the advantage to double digits with a 16-6 run in the second quarter on the way to a 55-35 victory at No. 9 Fort Dorchester on Friday.

A trip to Southeastern Conference country and two in-state Southern Conference clashes are among the group of games that will get the Charleston Southern football team ready for the Big South …




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