Whether Battery Creek can field a more competitive football team next season remains to be seen, but under new coach Walt Wilson the Dolphins already are far ahead of last year from a preparation standpoint.
The Beaufort Ospreys American Legion Post 9 baseball senior team’s season is officially underway.
Photo courtesy of Beaufort Ospreys Back row, left to right: manager Dean Adkins, Brice Adkins, Dallas Higuet, Spensor Stewart, Kyle Lanning, Rome Wallace, coach Al Wallace. Front row: Matthew Cieplewski, Patrick Talbert, Hartley Smith, Connor Clancy, Cooper Woods.
Roughly 250 people from around the Lowcountry trekked to Old South Golf Links last week to qualify for Saturday’s main event: Palmetto Electric Cooperative’s Touchstone Energy Million Dollar Hole-In-One Shootout.
Dan Hunt/Beaufort Today Griz takes his event-winning shot.
CHARLESTON — After watching their peers from the girls team take home a state championship hours earlier, the Beaufort Academy boys prevailed Friday night at Porter-Gaud with a 2-1 overtime victory against Palmetto Christian Academy.
CHARLESTON — When leading scorer Mary Keane had to leave the field with a head injury in the first half of the SCISA Class A title game Friday at Porter-Gaud, Amanda Kahn knew she had to step her game up as Beaufort Academy’s only other senior.