Sports

Anthony Sardelli’s first year as wrestling coach at Philip Simmons High School was marked by recruiting and player retention.   This winter, the season might include a Region 6-AA championship and medal performances at the State Wrestling Championships if the team fulfills its schedule and...
Sure, Eddie Marinaro will miss his football, basketball and lacrosse teammates when he graduates from Bishop England High School in May.   But the three-sport star, a team leader on the field and a standout in the classroom, is definitely ready to take the next step in his young life. It’s a...
Do you believe in magic? I do.    Every fall, as the water temperature drops, something magical takes place. Shrimp and baitfish leave the creeks, but the water is still sufficiently warm that the metabolism of trout and redfish has not yet slowed down. They want to feed aggressively but have...
Ten years ago, it might have sounded like something out of a science fiction movie. Today, it’s a fact of life.   Paul Runey has been at Bishop England for 47 years in one form or another and he’s never had to deal with anything like the COVID-19 pandemic, which has topped 15 million cases in...
John Maraia’s 10-1 score was good enough to beat sponsor Ryan Butler of Shelter Custom Built Homes’ 9-2 score and to earn this week’s Laura Alberts gift card.   John, a Citadel graduate, retired from the military with 28 years of service and returned to the Lowcountry. He and his wife Debbie...
Last year, the Bishop England boys’ basketball team finished with a 26-3 record, a region championship and a school record for the longest winning streak to open a season: 20 games.   What will coach Bryan Grevey’s team do for an encore?   “I’m not going to say we are going to win 26...
The Bishop England girls’ basketball team has been South Carolina’s premier program since the 2011-12 season. The Battling Bishops have won six state titles in the last nine years, compiling a 224-19 record during the stretch.   However, the Bishops’ bid for another state title took a big hit...
Sometimes, autumn in the Lowcountry feels like summer. That was certainly the case during Thanksgiving week.     Warm weather and a red-hot bite made Lowcountry anglers very thankful. Flounder, trout and redfish were seemingly everywhere and extremely hungry. For once, fishing and catching...
Philip Simmons girls’ basketball coach Dustin Williams says it’s a whole new world with the COVID-19 pandemic casting a cloud over sports. But he’s hoping a couple of old familiar names can help the Iron Horses steady the ship and help make the 2020-21 season a success.   The two players are...
It’s not the way you want to begin the season if you are Philip Simmons boys’ basketball coach Garrett Campbell.   One of his players tested positive for the coronavirus and the team was under quarantine. As a result, the Iron Horses did not play in what was supposed to be the season-opener...

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