Justyn Ross' mother, Charay, became a mother at 16 and joined the military to provide for her son. Saturday is Military Appreciation Day, a day both mother and son will appreciate.
Having won consecutive state championships at the SCISA Class AA level, the First Baptist football team knows what it takes to be the best.
The Post and Courier's experts pick the top high school football games Friday night in the Lowcountry.
Wichita State head coach Gregg Marshall, who served as an assistant coach at the College of Charleston, returns to the Lowcountry for the Charleston Classic.
More than 50 high school athletes in the Charleston area signed with the colleges of their choice on Wednesday, the first day of the early signing period.
South Carolina will recognize 20 senior football players on Saturday night when the Gamecocks play Chattanooga at Williams-Brice Stadium.
Gene Sapakoff column: Forget a game plan on defense for Saturday's game against Chattanooga; South Carolina needs an extra week of tackling drills to shore up a glaring weakness bad enough to set new records.
The South Carolina Stingrays scored three times in the first period to get out to an early lead and held the Atlanta Gladiators quiet late in the game to earn a 4-2 win on Tuesday night at the North Charleston Coliseum.
For about 30 minutes, Charleston Southern’s men’s basketball team played as close to perfect as it could play in Tuesday night’s game with South Carolina State. The final 10 minutes were a little different, but the Buccaneers did manage to finish it off with a 89-72 win.
Jarrell Brantley scored 17 points and pulled down eight rebounds and Grant Riller added 14 points, 12 coming in the second half to lead College of Charleston past Rhode Island, 66-55, Tuesday night before a crowd of 4,276 at TD Arena
Nick Saban has made it clear that he's not interested in how anybody else thinks he should deploy Heisman Trophy candidate Tua Tagovailoa in Saturday's mismatch against The Citadel.
First Baptist running back Michel Dukes is The Post and Courier's Lowcountry high school football player of the week after leading the Hurricanes to a 28-13 victory over Porter-Gaud on Friday.
The early signing period for college intentions begins Wednesday and dozens of high school athletes in the area will sign on the dotted line in ceremonies at their respective schools.
David Pearson, the NASCAR pioneer known as "The Silver Fox" for his cunning craft and a longtime rivalry with Richard Petty, has died. He was 83.
"Shoot it!" Citadel basketball coach Duggar Baucom yelled when new shooting guard Connor Kern turned down a semi-open 3-pointer during a 148-75 win over non-Division I foe Mid-Atlantic Christian on Monday night.
Heading into a big game against the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Carolina Panthers were rolling, having won three in a row.
Usually there’s a distinct drop-off when a starting running back can’t play and the team has to turn to the backup.
The weekly roundup of basketball polls, including the personal ballots from The Post and Courier's David Cloninger.
CLEMSON — Clemson's football team is in the thick of trying to earn a 2018 College Football Playoff berth, but that doesn't mean the Tigers' administration is not also thinking about the future. That is always a given.
Back living in Charleston for the first time in 25 years, one Holy City tradition has not escaped Deborah Valis.
Gene Sapakoff column: Like the late Gainesville native Tom Petty, Florida didn't back down against South Carolina after the Gamecocks ran out of gas on defense and out of an all gas, no brakes attack on offense
Saturday was a tough day for three area high school volleyball teams as Wando, Bishop England and Oceanside Collegiate all lost in the state championship matches in their respective classifications.
Bishop England was so dominant in capturing its eighth straight girls tennis state championship on Saturday at Lexington Tennis Center that the Bishops (23-0) yielded a total of only 11 games in singles and doubles.
Playing the biggest football game in years, Boston College's atmosphere brought everything to the table Saturday night in Chestnut Hill.
For the fifth consecutive season, Charleston Southern’s senior football players ended their home career with a victory as the Buccaneers posted a 16-0 win over visiting Gardner-Webb on Saturday afternoon.
It was shortly after Brandon Rainey's 60-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter that money began to rain down from the upper reaches of Johnson Hagood Stadium.
Grant Riller scored 28 points and Brevin Galloway added a career-high 17 points as College of Charleston rallied for an eight-point second half deficit to beat Western Carolina, 77-74, Saturday afternoon at the Ramsey Center in Cullowhee, N.C.