By David Shelton
Special to Moultrie News
IRMO — Soccer is a game played with the feet and the head, and Bishop England used both in a 4-1 win over Indian Land to claim the Class AA
College of Charleston erupted for eight runs in the seventh inning to knock off No. 23 Clemson 11-4 on Wednesday at Doug Kingsmore Satdium.
Bishop England defeated Johnsonville, 4-3, in a AA Lower State tournament elimination game on Wedneday at Father Kelly Field on Daniel Island.
Joe Devin’s Game 7 playoff magic continued Wednesday night.
Bishop England head coach Mike Darnell sat propped in the corner of the dugout before Wednesday’s elimination game listening to his players at
The Moultrie News and Mount Pleasant Recreation Department (MPRD) team up each week to feature a local track or cross-country athlete from East
Aynor sophomore right-hander Jason Duke pitched a complete-game shutout to deal Bishop England its first loss of the postseason, 2-0, Monday in the
Wando volleyball's Keeghan Andrews verbally committed to Syracuse last weekend.
Wando sailing qualified for the ISSA high school fleet race national championship with a first-place finish at the SAISA district qualifier last week
Bishop England head coach Ed Khouri believes Class AA soccer has become somewhat cyclical.
The Cainhoy Flying Fish III finished second at the President’s Medal Cup last weekend in Lexington.
Bishop England track and field won the boys side while its girls finished fourth at the Class AA Lower State championship meet last weekend at
River Bluff junior midfielder Marcelo Malpartida saved his first goal of the season for the most opportune moment. Unless, that is, you’re a
By Grace Raynor
Almost a year ago, when Bishop England’s girl’s soccer team was in the initial stages of its offseason — on the heels of its
Palmetto Christian girls track and field seems to have an extremely bright future if Saturday was any indication of what’s to come.
Three of the state’s premier high school soccer programs, all hailing from the Lowcountry, earned bids into the state quarterfinals with
By Jeff Hartsell
Bishop England sophomore Leo Albano is one of those kids who is pretty good at everything: Quarterback on the football team, starter on the
Academic Magnet and Bishop England continued on their collision course toward Lower State with double-digit shutout wins on Wednesday in the second
The top two seeds in the Class AA playoffs both ran away with lopsided wins in their respective postseason openers on Tuesday.
Wando girls soccer rarely celebrates early-round playoff victories but Wednesday’s was commemorated with oversized congratulatory cards,
Academic Magnet, Bishop England and Wando girls soccer teams both breezed to lopsided wins in their respective postseason openers on Monday.
Bishop England baseball earned a bid into the Class AA District VI championship game after opening the postseason with a pair of lopsided wins.
Welcome to the postseason, Charlie Marino.
Wando swept the Region 7-AAAA track and field meet last weekend at West Ashley High School.
Bishop England swept the Region 6-AA track and field meet last week at Whale Branch in Seabrook.
CHAPIN — Rachel Banton had twice felt the sting of defeat in a state championship game. Standing at the hash mark preparing for a free shot
CHAPIN —Lance Renes’ coaching philosophy supports autonomy. To him, it helps breed the swagger that his Wando lacrosse team exudes so
Bishop England’s postseason opener against Woodland was rained out Thursday night.
Wando boys soccer defeated Academic Magnet, 2-0, Wednesday, April 27 at Wando Stadium in Mount Pleasant.
One game into the postseason, defending state champion Wando is facing elimination.
© 2016 Moultrie News an Evening Post Industries company. All Rights Reserved.