The outlook for the third 2015 meeting between Charleston and Richmond speaks volumes about the current state of the oldest continuous rivalry in U.S.
Fort Dorchester held its position, while Lexington moved up in the latest S.C. Prep Football Media Poll, released Tuesday.
The sixth floor of Barrow Neurological Institute lays quiet until a soccer ball rolling across the polished floors pierces the silence with the sound
Coastal Christian head coach J.W. Myers called in the victory kneel as the final minute ticked down and turned to his sideline.
Former Wando catcher Noah LoCascio was congratulated by the William and Mary Charleston Alumni Chapter before a Charleston RiverDogs game last month.
The Citadel football team’s 2016 schedule was released Thursday.
The Citadel hosted its annual Meet The Bulldogs event Sunday, Aug. 16 in downtown Charleston. Fans had a chance to meet the Bulldogs' football,
One after another, The Citadel football players file into position in the stands at Johnson Hagood Stadium for the Bulldogs' annual team photo.
The first S.C. Prep Football Media Poll of 2015 season was released Monday.
Three Mount Pleasant teenagers have been selected to the USA Karate Junior National team.
By Luke Morris
Special to Moultrie News
Charleston Battery salvaged a point in a wild 1-1 draw against Saint Louis FC on Saturday night at MUSC Health Stadium by way of a late header from
College of Charleston junior forward Hamilton Carlin scored the Cougars’ lone goal in a 2-1 exhibition loss to Duke Friday at Patriots Point.
Thirty-two high school football teams from across the Lowcountry took to The Citadel's Johnson Hagood Stadium Aug. 13-14 for the 45th annual Sertoma
East Cooper lit up the scoreboard in the second day of the Sertoma Football Classic Friday at Johnson Hagood Stadium in Charleston.
The clack of the pads, spirited student sections, one-quarter scrimmages, all under the bright stadium lights.
For a player chasing pro dreams since middle school, three more years was just too long to wait.
Wando has shown the signs of a legitimate contender, at times. But signs don’t count in the postseason.
Bishop England head coach John Cantey puts the blame on himself.
Palmetto Christian football welcomes in a new era this season, again.
Cario seventh-grader Michael John Petry has been selected to the U.S. Youth Futsal 2003-04 boys national soccer team.
The Citadel football team will have six different uniform combinations available for the 2015 season, head coach Mike Houston announced Thursday.
The 45th annual Sertoma Football Classic returns with more teams and a new format this week at Johnson Hagood Stadium in downtown Charleston.
Homegrown Battery defender Shawn Ferguson earned his second 2015 start on a USL Team of the Week Tuesday after a panel of league soccer writers voted
Mount Pleasant Track Club once again proved itself against the country’s best at the USATF National JO Outdoor Championships last week in
Wando and Bishop England both appear in new classifications in the 2016-18 realignment plan proposed by the S.C. High School League on Monday.
Two state champions from Wando High School made verbal commitments to colleges in recent weeks.
Three Mount Pleasant youth baseball teams represented South Carolina at Cal Ripken Baseball Southeast Regional championship tournaments last month.
The 17th annual IOP Half Rubber tournament is set for Aug. 15 at the Isle of Palms Recreation Department.
Wando sailor Austin Ando placed 14th at the Club 420 National Championship last week in Newport, Rhode Island.
MUSC Health and the Charleston Battery are expanding their ongoing relationship with the award of naming rights to the team’s stadium through
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