When he ended a 40-year career in coaching more than three years ago, former Goose Creek head football coach Chuck Reedy promised a return to the Lowcountry with a new venture. That venture became a reality this past weekend.
High school athletes from the Lowcountry continue to rake in major awards as Academic Magnet’s Riane Coman was named the 2018 South Carolina Gatorade Player of the Year for girls soccer on Monday.
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Summerville rising senior quarterback Johnathan Bennett has ended his college recruiting with a verbal commitment to Liberty University.
Underneath a basket at McEachern High School in Powder Springs, Ga., North Carolina basketball coach Roy Williams chats with newly-hired Louisville coach Chris Mack.
Running in a cold rain, Jasmine Camacho-Quinn took her second NCAA championship in the 100-meter hurdles on Saturday in Eugene, Oregon.
Jasmine Camacho-Quinn took a step toward a second NCAA title on Thursday night, winning her semifinal heat in the 100-meter hurdles at the outdoor track and field championships in Eugene, Oregon.
Wando senior Charlie Marino has been selected the Gatorade Player of the Year for boys soccer in South Carolina. Marino scored 36 goals for the Class AAAAA state champions, helping the Warriors to a 54-game winning streak. Wando ended the spring season as the nation’s top-ranked team.
Former Fort Dorchester star Jasmine Camacho-Quinn has overcome Olympic disappointment to rise to the top of world rankings in the 100-meter hurdles.
Bishop England junior pitcher Geoffrey Gilbert has been named the South Carolina Gatorade baseball player of the year.
Last week was a big one for South Carolina football coach Will Muschamp, and he’s got a big weekend ahead with the first June weekend for official visits in school history.
Money donated by the J.J. Watt Foundation has been used for uniforms and equipment at a North Charleston middle school, and to pay for supplies for soccer, volleyball, football and basketball.
A former athlete at First Baptist School of Charleston received a $5.87 million verdict in a lawsuit after he suffered two sports-related concussions while playing basketball.
WILLIAMSTON — Eight Hanahan High School senior softball players capped their careers in style on Thursday, completing a climb to the top of the mountain in capturing their second state championship in as many seasons.
The Hanahan High School softball team will have to wait another day before it tries to bring home the Class AAA state championship trophy.
Hanahan junior Chad Nash was crowned co-champion of the SCHSL Class AAA-AA-A state boys tennis singles championship on Tuesday at Cayce Tennis Center. Nash also won the tournament's sportsman award.
It was 16 years between state championship titles for the Porter-Gaud girls soccer team, but with fifth-year coach Hope Walters building a powerhouse, it likely won’t be 16 years before the next one.
Fort Dorchester graduate Jasmine Camacho-Quinn ran the fastest time in the world this year in the 100 hurdles at the SEC Championships.
Wando's brilliant season came to an end Saturday in a crushing 6-0 loss to defending state champion Spartanburg in the Class AAAAA boys tennis state final at Cayce Tennis Center.
Porter-Gaud won its first SCISA state championship in girls' soccer since 2002 with a 3-1 win over Pinewood Prep at Cardinal Newman in Columbia on Saturday.
Matthew Lobeck and Geoffrey Gilbert drove in runs to back the pitching of Gregory Sanders as Bishop England grabbed a 2-1 victory over Seneca in the opening game of the Class AAA baseball state championship series on Saturday.
Zeniyah Lawrence finished off her high school career in dominating fashion, winning three individual gold medals to lead the Wando girls to their third straight S.C. High School League track and field championships.
White Knoll defeated Ashley Ridge twice in the Class AAAAA Lower State championship Series to advance to the best-of-three state championship series.
Academic Magnet’s soccer program was on full display on Friday, as both the boys and girls programs competed for the Class AA state championships at Irmo High School.
The matchups for the 2018 Sertoma football classic, set for Aug. 9-10 at Johnson Hagood Stadium, have been released with 11 contests scheduled over two nights.
A return trip to the SCISA Class AAA state finals for the Porter-Gaud boys soccer team was not to be in the cards this year, as the Cyclones lost to Hammond 7-0 in the Lower State clash at John Singleton Field.
A total of 33 high school players from the area have been named to the S.C. Soccer Coaches Association all-state teams, including 10 from Bishop England and eight from Academic Magnet.
Berkeley High’s athletic history at Hartsville is not very good. The Stags softball team hopes to change that on Friday night.
Bishop England’s veteran boys soccer coach Ed Khouri has guided his powerhouse program to 13 of their state-record 17 state championships. All of those titles came on the Class AA level.
Local tennis fans will have a double helping of Lower State championships pitting local teams on Wednesday. And also a single dose of brand new courts.
Region 7 champion Wando will face its first major test in the playoffs on Monday afternoon when the Warriors (17-2) travel to the Columbia area to take on perennial power Lexington in a battle of top seeds in the Class AAAAA Lower State boys tennis final.