SC Faith A&M is a Christian-based, accredited junior college in North Charleston that offers athletics, music programs and academics through a partnership with Trident Tech.
Summerville football standout Brody Hopkins, who on Wednesday signed to play baseball at the College of Charleston, is the younger brother of former South Carolina baseball star TJ Hopkins, who is now in the minor leagues.
When the S.C. High School League state cross country championship meet begins Saturday at the Colonial Cup course in Camden, the Lowcountry will have a host of runners competing for state honors.
Goose Creek quarterback Manny Mukuamu accounted for seven touchdowns Friday night in the Gators' 48-27 victory over South Florence in the first round of the Class AAAAA football playoffs.
Carmen Camarillo and Juan Gonzalez lost their son Sergio Gonzalez in January of 2018 when the 15-year-old football and soccer player at Oceanside Academy collapsed at home and died a few days later. Sergio lives on through his little brother and a foundation that helps local kids play soccer.
Oceanside Collegiate was on the brink of history Saturday afternoon but when it came down to taking out nine-time volleyball state champion St. Joseph’s, the Landsharks came up a little short in the Class AA state championship.
SUMMERVILLE — Down by three points with less than four minutes left to play, Summerville needed a clutch offensive drive and got it.
A few plays bounce a different way and Bishop England might’ve advanced. That’s the cruelty of the postseason.
Aside from a few issues on extra points, Fort Dorchester turned in a solid performance in the Patriots' first-round Class AAAAA Lower State playoff opener on Friday.
When Goose Creek head football coach Jason Winstead was an assistant at South Pointe High in Rock Hill, he coached in 31 playoff games.
Finally healthy Bishop England quarterback Cam Costa is having a breakout season in leading the Bishops to a spot in the Class AAA playoffs.
The Porter-Gaud girls cross country team continued its dominance in the SCISA Class AAA ranks, capturing a third consecutive state title on Saturday.
Oceanside Collegiate must forfeit four football games, pay a fine and give up its region title, but the team will be allowed to play in the state playoffs that begin Friday.
The SCHSL girls tennis state playoffs are finally coming down to the wire. And guess who is once again a heavy favorite to win the Class AAA state title.
Dwayne Wright rushed for 156 yards and scored two touchdowns and Sabb had 175 yards of total offense and scored twice to lead Fort Dorchester past Summerville, 35-17, Friday night before a pack house at John McKissick Field.
The game may not have had major playoff implications, but Friday night’s SCISA Class AAA contest between Porter-Gaud and First Baptist meant a lot to Porter-Gaud’s first-year head coach Brad Bowles and his Cyclones.
GOOSE CREEK - The Goose Creek Gators completed a perfect run through the Region 7-AAAAA slate and picked up an additional piece of hardware Friday in their regular-season finale.
Porter-Gaud’s volleyball program is back on top of the Class AAA SCISA ranks after dismantling Cardinal Newman in the state finals in Columbia on Tuesday night.
Oceanside Collegiate’s girls golf team rolled to a third consecutive Class AAA state championship on Tuesday afternoon at Coastal Carolina’s Hackler Course.
Oceanside Collegiate Academy needed all the offense it could muster in its Region 6-AA showdown with Timberland on Friday night. The Landsharks won the game 49-40 behind the backfield tandem of quarterback Sean Cooney and running back Keegan Williams.
Freshman quarterback Zolten Osborne passed for nearly 200 yards and a touchdown and running back Dwayne Wright ran for two touchdowns Fort Dorchester's 41-14 victory over visiting Ashley Ridge on Friday night.
MOUNT PLEASANT — Oceanside Collegiate captured the Region 6-AA championship with a 49-40 win over Timberland on Friday at Park West on Friday night.
Wando quarterback Braden Pritchard threw for 227 yards and one touchdown and running back Jaden Singleton added three scores as the Warriors beat Cane Bay 42-0.
GOOSE CREEK — With the playoffs looming in two weeks, the goal of every football coach is for his team to begin peaking. Berkeley head coach Randy Robinson is starting to see his 2019 Stags do just that.
Oceanside Collegiate is currently awaiting word from the S.C. High School League on what penalties it may face after allegedly allowing players to participate in both junior varsity and varsity games last week against Philip Simmons. Even if Oceanside must forfeit that 70-0 win over Philip Simmons, Friday’s game against Timberland still will determine the Region 6-AA champion.
Former James Island Charter High School and Charleston Southern soccer player Kelsey Riggs has become one of the faces of the new ACC Network.
The S.C. High School League is reviewing a complaint that Oceanside Collegiate Academy's football team violated league rules by using players in both junior varsity and varsity games last week.
Keegan Williams played only one half Friday night, but the Oceanside Collegiate running back put on a show in the Landsharks' 70-0 win over Philip Simmons.
Nine high school football players from the Lowcountry have been selected to play in the Touchstone Energy North-South Game in Myrtle Beach on Dec. 14.
Fort Dorchester, Timberland and Oceanside Collegiate all have big wins Friday night. Porter-Gaud gets a late field goal to beat from James Hill to beat Augusta Christian.
There are still two games remaining in the regular season, but the Goose Creek Gators have firm control of the Region 7-AAAAA race after Friday night’s 35-10 win over Wando.
It was a weekend unlike any other for football parents Charles and Betty Mukuamu. On Friday, their youngest son, Goose Creek quarterback Emmanuel Mukuamu, led his team to an upset victory over Berkeley. On Saturday, Israel Mukuamu was the hero in South Carolina's upset of Georgia after making three interceptions, including one he returned for a touchdown.
The Wando girls swim team captured its third straight state title and the Oceanside Academy girls team won its first at the S.C. High School League's state championships at Carolina Natatorium in Columbia.
Goose Creek quarterback Emmanuel Mukuamu accounted for four touchdowns and 376 total yards in leading the Gators to a 35-27 victory over Berkeley on Friday night.
Former Berkeley High star Israel Mukuamu and Goose Creek standout Javon Kinlaw led the South Carolina defense Saturday in the Gamecocks' 20-17 upset over then-No. 3 Georgia.