By Christian Alberg
Special to the Moultrie News
Before each race, the Charleston Warriors don red masks as a way to show that they are “warriors for health.” This symbolic crusade
The Moultrie News and Mount Pleasant Recreation Department (MPRD) team up each week to feature a local track or cross-country athlete from east of
This week started in Spartanburg at Wofford. I headed up to UNC Charlotte for the weekend and, on Sunday, continued on to Virginia Tech in Blacksburg,
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The Charleston RiverDogs have dropped four of their first five games since returning from the all-star break.
A skater’s dream first proposed in 2009 is finally concrete. Literally — 32,000 square feet of it.
Two of Daniel Island’s all-star youth baseball teams are headed to Cal Ripken Southeast regional tournaments.
League titles will be decided this week in the Coastal Carolina Aquatic Association.
Former St. Andrews and West Ashley High School principal Bob Olsen has been named the interim athletic director of the Charleston County School
Three RiverDogs pitchers saw action as the Southern Division All-Stars led by Charleston manager Luis Dorante fell to the Northern side, 2-1, at
Moe’s U16 softball team won the Mount Pleasant regular-season and tourament championship this month. Moe’s defeated the Goose Creek
Finally back in familiar territory. Sunday through Wednesday I was in Clemson working my first overnight camp for the Tigers and Coach Brad Brownell,
Snee Farm took care of its top competition with successive wins over Coosaw Creek and Daniel Island last week.
By the final throw of Sunday night, the sparse crowd still left at North Carolina A&T’s Aggie Stadium had filed down from the stands and
The Charleston RiverDogs’ bats were mostly quiet on Friday night, but a pair of timely hits would prove the difference as the RiverDogs edged
Chris Gittens smacked three home runs while collecting six RBIs, and the Charleston RiverDogs leaned on an early 8-0 lead to open their final series
The Charleston RiverDogs had the tying run on second base with two outs in the ninth, but came up short as Nathan Mikolas was thrown out at home to
Snee Farm swim team defeated Coosaw Creek, 315-226, on Tuesday, June 14 in Mount Pleasant.
Hundreds will flock to the shoreline on July 16 for the 18th annual Isle of Palms Beach Run.
The Charleston RiverDogs are playoff bound for the first time in 11 years.
Harvey Moyer’s voice rang out proudly as he strutted through Betty Shellhamer’s front door with his guest of honor in tow.
By Eric Wagenlander
Special to Moultrie News
I arrived in Austin last Sunday and the first thing I noticed was the climate change.
Snee Farm dove into the 2016 Coastal Carolina Aquatic Association season with a pair of lopsided wins last week.
Camille Ollard isn't quite sure what her favorite sport is.
The Citadel football team is represented by two cadet-athletes on the Athlon Sports FCS Preseason All-America Team released Thursday.
Christian Morris tossed six innings of one-hit ball to lift the Charleston RiverDogs to a 4-2 win over the Asheville Tourists Thursday night in front
In a pitcher’s duel that rolled into extra innings, both the Charleston RiverDogs and the Rome Braves had their chances with runners on, but
The Citadel is ranked in the Top 10 of a preseason football poll for the first time in school history.
The Nationals won the Mount Pleasant Recreation Department 11-12 year-old regular season and tournament championships this season.
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