Only two players from the Lowcountry were selected to play in the Shrine Bowl, which pits the top seniors from South Carolina against their counterparts from North Carolina.
Keegan Williams scored five touchdowns Friday night to lead Oceanside Collegiate Academy to a 49-42 victory over Gray Collegiate.
Amari Rodgers caught a pair of touchdown passes from quarterback Trevor Lawrence in the Tigers' 41-6 rout at Syracuse, finishing with four receptions for 121 yards, after catching just two passes for 6 yards in his return against Texas A&M the previous week. He beamed afterwards.
Only one FCS team has more upset wins over FBS squads than The Citadel since the NCAA split Division I into I-A and I-AA in 1978.
Reggie Grimes, a 6-5, 240-pound defensive end, was in Columbia on Saturday for the Gamecocks' football game against Alabama, and is scheduled to be in Tuscaloosa this weekend to watch the Crimson Tide.
The 2019 South Carolina Shrine Bowl roster was announced on Sunday afternoon in Rock Hill, and two Lowcountry seniors are part of the 44-man roster.
Saltwater anglers will be watching closely to see what transpires this week when the South Atlantic Fisheries Management Council meets in Charleston.
Linebackers Isaiah Simmons, Chad Smith and James Skalski stood tall, recording a combined 27 tackles and guiding the Tigers to a 41-6 victory at Syracuse.
After two difficult games on the road to open the season, Saturday’s home opener provided an emotional spark for the Charleston Southern Buccaneers.
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The Citadel's Jacob Godek booted a 37-yard field goal in overtime and The Citadel won for the first time over an ACC foe, upsetting 27-point favorite Georgia Tech, 27-24, on Saturday in Atlanta.
Pigskin Picks VIP Picker Stephen Garcia, the former South Carolina quarterback, recalls his exchange with Nick Saban following the Gamecocks' 2010 upset of Alabama, and the party that night.
During Mike Mooneyham's half-century around the pro wrestling business, he has crossed paths with some of the greatest athletes and performers in the industry, including Burrhead Jones.
MOUNT PLEASANT — Missing a game last week due to Hurricane Dorian did nothing to slow the roll of the Fort Dorchester Patriots. The state’s third-ranked team in Class AAAAA cruised past Wando on Friday night 51-10.
GOOSE CREEK — Working around their own early miscues, the Goose Creek Gators forced three turnovers and blocked a punt in the first half to gain the traction they needed to eventually win by 28-10 over visiting West Ashley on Friday at John Fulmer Field.
Clemson plays Syracuse on Saturday night at the Carrier Dome, the site of the Orange's shocking win over the Tigers in 2017.
After two difficult weeks on the road, Charleston Southern plays its first home game of the season Saturday at Buccaneer Field. The Bucs host North Carolina A&T at 6 p.m.
As volatile as his nickname suggests, Manny “Raging Bull” Fernandez became a well-known performer in the mid-1980s. The Post and Courier’s Mike Mooneyham phrased it best in a 2013 article in which he portrayed the Bull as having “lived the gimmick.”
Hurricane Dorian crashed through the Bahamas and swept up the coast of South Carolina. Citadel junior tight end Elijah Lowe's father survived, but his boats and rental cottages are destroyed.
The true freshman has earned comparisons to former Clemson defensive lineman Dexter Lawrence, a first-round draft pick for the New York Giants.
Ashley-Ann Woods is an English teacher, works in the office of academic affairs at Trident Tech and is one of just five female referees working high school football games in South Carolina.
After a tiring week due to Hurricane Dorian evacuations, the Coastal Carolina football team delivered an upset on the road to Kansas of the Big 12 Conference.
As the son of one of the greatest athletes to ever come out of Charleston, Fort Dorchester senior defensive end Emmanuel Johnson is genetically blessed. His mother is Katrina McClain, a basketball Hall of Famer and three-time Olympian.
Former Summerville High School standout Zack Bailey was an undrafted rookie free agent coming out of South Carolina, but he made the Tampa Bay Bucaneers' 53-man roster and will be in Charlotte Thursday night when the Bucs play the Carolina Panthers.
Ben AvRutick has been a bat boy for the Charleston RiverDogs since 2010. In his final season in that role, the 17-year-old baseball player at Porter-Gaud was honored by the South Atlantic League.
High school girls' tennis is looking up for the fall season. It looks like this is going to be a don't-miss season.
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The clock was ticking. Clemson receiver Amari Rodgers' targeted return date of Sept. 7 was fewer than 48 hours away, and he had cleared every hurdle except for one since suffering a torn ACL in his right knee March 25.
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