Local judo instructors Rob Gouthro and Lisa Capriotti are once again national judo champions and have earned places on the USA World Team set to …
Eighth-grader Josh Maningding can consider his recent trip to Virginia Beach a success.
The Cane Bay Baseball Program will be hosting a “Future Cobras Baseball Camp” Monday, June 8 through Friday, June 12.
Photos from the Cane Bay spring football game. (By Brooks Finneseth)
The White defeated Black, 27-17, in the Goose Creek football spring game on Friday, May 22. (Photos by Rob Gantt)
The Stratford Knights held their spring football game on Thursday, May 21... The White team won 13-9. Omari Johnson had a 92-yard touchdown run and …
Two standout student-athletes at Goose Creek High School recently put pen to paper to finalize their next steps.
The Hanahan Hawks held a spring football practice on Tuesday, May 19. (Photos by Rob Gantt).
Goose Creek sprinter Deondre Daniels made his last day as a Gators athlete a memorable one.
HARTSVILLE — The Hartsville Red Foxes took advantage of mistakes by the Hanahan Hawks on Monday to take a 2-1 win and a third Class AAA Lower State title in four years.
Three Goose Creek residents were top 5 in the fourth annual Lowcountry Sportsman’s Challenge earlier this month.
The Deveaux household has another state championship.
Perhaps it’s too early to label Hanahan’s boys track and field program an empire but it looks like it can be.
Most of these photos are of athletes from Berkeley County schools but there are some photos of other Lowcountry athletes sprinkled in. (Photos by Rob …
Charleston Southern Football is ranked in a major preseason poll for the first time in program history. CSU checks in at No. 24 in the country in …
The best tennis player in Cane Bay history has also been one of the school’s brightest.
The Goose Creek Gators held a controlled scrimmage on Friday, May 15... Photos by Rob Gantt
Northwood Academy lost to Wilson Hall 6-5 in the SCISA Class AAA state championship series on Wednesday night. The Chargers finished runner-up.
Stratford boys soccer coach Alister DeLong could sense before the season began it could be a special one.
The Hanahan baseball team advanced to a district final in the Class AAA playoffs before coming up short against Gilbert on Friday.
Stratford High School's soccer season came to an end on Thursday night.
After going winless in 2014, the Goose Creek boys soccer was were much improved this spring.
The Stratford baseball program sent its seniors out with a solid 15-win season.
A Stratford High School duo set out on a fishing trip one Saturday morning earlier this month and reeled in a top 10 finish.
Hanahan coach Brian Mitchell wanted his pitcher to go out and give the Hawks a lot of innings, knowing two games await on Friday.
The Hanahan Hawks defeated Marlboro County 6-2 on Wednesday to advance to the District V final in the Class AAAA playoffs. (Photos by Rob Gantt)
Stratford's boys soccer team advanced to the next round of the Class AAAA playoffs.
Summerville defeated Stratford 13-2 in five innings Monday to eliminate the Knights from the Class AAAA baseball playoffs.
The Stratford softball team ended the season with a 19-9 record.