Alex Palma blasted a three-run home run in the fifth and the RiverDogs bullpen took the reins from there as the Charleston RiverDogs snapped out of a
It’s more stickball than baseball. Just with a slightly different finesse.
The Citadel baseball team had eight cadet-athletes compete in collegiate summer leagues up and down the East Coast in preparation for the 2017
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
One of the best hitters in Bulldogs baseball history leads this year’s class of The Citadel Athletic Hall of Fame inductees.
Everything came full circle for me this week as I returned to Mount Pleasant to help at a camp I’d attended several times as a kid.
Local sailors Austin Ando and Cameron Gise will represent South Carolina against the nation's best in the premier youth race of the summer.
Snee Farm swim team coach Jason Kreutner has always enjoyed the trophies and awards but to him, it's really more about the swimmers.
Increased success brings added respect.
The College of Charleston men’s basketball non-conference slate will pit the Cougars against defending national champion Villanova, and six
The hometown team defended its courts in the United States Basketball Association 2016 girls national championship.
OrTre’ Smith could tell as he sprinted down the right sideline with two defenders closing in that the deep pass he was tracking was going to
The parking lot has been full for hours with crowds of overflow now being shuttled a few miles by bus from nearby Stratford High School.
The Charleston RiverDogs have bolstered their offense in an effort to overcome what so far has been a slower start to the second half of the season.
Mount Pleasant Track Club coach Tami Dennis left Spartanburg with her Chevy Equinox covered in graffiti last weekend and she couldn’t be
By Eric Wagenlander
Special to Moultrie News
There’s nothing like being home for Fourth of July weekend. Several of my Wofford teammates stayed with me and we had the opportunity to
After an hour of sporadic storms passing through and delaying the first pitch, the RiverDogs’ opener with the Asheville Tourists was postponed
It didn’t take long for Ryan Warsofsky to climb the coaching ranks. Really, just a few years.
RiverDogs left-hander Nestor Cortes had not allowed a run in 19 consecutive innings with Charleston, but the streak would come to an end against the
A new crop of talent is on its way to Charleston.
Charleston got the bats going in the third inning, ripping two triples and scoring three times to take a two run advantage, but would show little
Well, here we are. Twenty-nine days, eight camps, six states and I'm finally back home in Charleston. Everyone asks if I'm tired of the travel and
Old Village Roundball Classic gallery
The basketball courts are peaceful now, though searing hot from hours under the midday summer sun.
It’s become a local tradition in the summer.
The Augusta GreenJackets took control right from the start, jumping out to a 5-0 lead to hand the Charleston RiverDogs a 7-5 loss in front of 4,006
Wando volleyball coach Alexis Glover hosted the 11th annual Isle of Palms Recreation Department volleyball camp this week.
Jhalan Jackson crushed a two-run home run over the video board in right center field to give the Charleston RiverDogs the late lead in a 5-4 comeback
The sweepstakes for one of the Southeast's most coveted college prospects has been narrowed to five schools.
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
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