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.
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.
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.
High school girls' tennis is looking up for the fall season. It looks like this is going to be a don't-miss season.
Fort Dorchester's football game against Viera Beach (Fla.) this Friday night was cancelled because of Hurricane Dorian. The two schools are hoping to reschedule for later this season or next year.
Sean Cooney threw for 364 yards and three touchdowns Friday night to lead Oceanside Collegiate Academy in a 49-7 victory over Savannah Christian. Cooney has been selected The Post and Courier's high school football player of the week.
SUMMERVILLE — Berkeley quarterback Tre Minor and receiver HaKeem Meggett connected for three touchdown passes to lead the Stags to a 40-0 blowout of Ashley Ridge.
SUMMERVILLE — Senior running back Kalil Jenkins scored four touchdowns in the first half to pace third-ranked Fort Dorchester to a big early lead and eventual 49-0 win over Cane Bay.
Luke Doty had 251 yards of total offense and had a hand in three touchdowns to lead top-ranked Class AAAA Myrtle Beach past Hanahan, 52-7, Friday night in the season opener for both schools at Gibson Stadium on the campus of Goose Creek High School.
The high school football game between Beaufort and Battery Creek was postponed Friday night due to a "threat of violence in the community."
Myrtle Beach quarterback Luke Doty, one of the top-rated dual-threat quarterbacks in the nation, has verbally committed to play at South Carolina.
Bishop England football coach John Cantey suffers from ulcerative colitis and had to take a leave of absence last season.
Berkeley quarterback Trey Minor was named The Post and Courier's High School Football Player of the Week.
High school volleyball teams from the Charleston area claimed two state championships last season and had six teams playing in state finals. If there is to be a repeat of that success, several top contenders will be doing so with much younger rosters this year
Fort Dorchester quarterback De’Andrae Sabb threw for 170 yards and rushed for more than 50 yards and a touchdown to lead Fort Dorchester past Glynn Academy, 31-6, Friday in the season opener for both schools.
Summerville running back K.J. Rollins rushed for 140 yards and scored three touchdowns to lead the Green Wave past Woodland, 51-26, Friday night in a battle of Dorchester County schools.
Ashley Ridge quarterback Matt Duncan’s fourth quarter touchdown and two-point conversion proved to be the difference as the Foxes defeated Goose Creek, 21-20.
Just how good are the Fort Dorchester Patriots? They begin the season with six players selected to The Post and Courier's preseason All-Lowcountry team.
The list of great football players from the Lowcountry is a long one. With the help of current and former high school coaches, and sportswriters who covered many of them, we compiled a list of the 25 greatest of all time.
Though he has been away from the program since 2010, Jerry Brown says he still has a special feeling when he returns to Berkeley High’s Bonner Stadium.
Summerville sophomore quarterback Colby Shirey got his first taste of varsity football Friday night at the Dorchester County Showdown. Shirey replaces Johnathan Bennett, who started four seasons for the Green Wave.
With the days of the Sertoma Football Classic officially over, Charleston County football teams embrace a new tradition that began Friday with a jamboree at West Ashley High School.
West Ashley High School product Brett Toth, a graduate of West Point, has received a waiver from the U.S. Army so that he can immediately begin his NFL career.
Former West Ashley High school standout Brett Toth, an offensive lineman and 2018 graduate of West Point, is seeking a waiver from the Army to defer his two-year service commitment in order to play for the Philadelphia Eagles in the NFL.
Woodland High receiver Lavel Davis, one of the top three pass-catchers in South Carolina for the 2020 signing class, committed to Virginia over the summer.
Football is in the air as most high school teams in the Charleston area hit the practice field for the first time on Friday. Teams have three weeks to prepare for their season-opening games.
High school football practice officially begins Friday for most teams in South Carolina, but one team in Charleston got a head start.
Fort Dorchester, 60-8 since 2014, is No. 1 in The Post and Courier's preseason ranking of Charleston area high school football teams.
NBA star and Charleston native Khris Middleton was honored at Porter-Gaud Wednesday with a key to the city and taking part in his high school jersey retirement.
As we conclude our summer series of the area’s top high school football players by position, we look at the guys who operate with little fanfare or publicity, until they mess up.
High school baseball and softball players across the Charleston area were honored Tuesday night for making the All-Lowcountry teams for their respective sports.
Of all the positions on the football field for the upcoming high school season, the deepest in terms of talent and experience is easily the secondary.
The month of June was full of change in regards to local high school coaching positions, as several schools saw changes within the coaching roster, with more to come over the next few weeks.
The list of top returning linebackers in the Lowcountry for the 2019 season is a solid collective mix of seniors and underclassmen