Wando senior running back Kevin Brown was presented the Sertoma Classic Roddy White Award Wednesday.
Experience beat out youth in a clash of defending state champions Wednesday on Daniel Island.
The United Soccer Academy Mount Pleasant U10 Fire won the Under 9/10 Boys Premier Division championship of the Carolina Fall Classic last week in
Bishop England fell 41-0 at West Ashley in its season opener Friday, Aug. 28 in Charleston.
Citadel head coach Mike Houston is preparing for anything in anticipation of Saturday’s season opener against Davidson.
The College of Charleston women’s soccer team defeated Radford 3-0 on Sunday afternoon to complete a weekend sweep in Virginia.
Guess who’s back. Everyone.
The College of Charleston men’s soccer team fell to the NC State Wolfpack, 2-0, on Monday evening at Dail Soccer Stadium.
Charleston Battery carried the weight of a six-game winless streak into their biggest rival’s stadium Saturday night, rediscovered their luck
Palmetto Christian fell to Porter-Gaud 43-8 in its season opener Friday at Danny Jones Field in Mount Pleasant.
The Moultrie News and Tidelands Bank have once again teamed up to present the East Cooper Player of the Week contest.
By BILL BENGTSON
Wando and River Bluff high schools kicked, stroked and otherwise sped their way to top honors Saturday in the Augusta Aquatics Center, leading the
A new streak has begun in the Old Village of Mount Pleasant.
Wando High School head coach Jimmy Noonan likes a tough early schedule to get ready for a long Class AAAA season, and the Warriors got all they
No starting quarterback, no problem for West Ashley in a 41-0 season-opening rout of Bishop England Friday.
The Mike Houston Radio Show will broadcast live from Fiery Ron’s Home Team BBQ in West Ashley this season.
After two exhibition friendlies and preseason training, the College of Charleston men's soccer team will officially kick off their 2015 campaign
Wando kicks off its regular-season slate Friday against White Knoll in Lexington.
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.
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