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Dave Jaskiewicz of Wando measured a combined limit of 52.25 inches to win the final regular season event for the 2019 Atlantic Division of the IFA Kayak Fishing Tour on July 21 in Georgetown. This event marks Jaskiewicz’s third Atlantic Divisional win in a row and adds another title for nine total...
Let’s hear it for the Iron Horses cheerleaders! The Philip Simmons High School JV and Varsity Cheer Team participated in the Universal Cheerleaders Association (UCA) Camp this summer. They learned proper stunt techniques, game day cheers, band dances and bonded as a team. Throughout the week the...
Daniel Brooks, first baseman and pitcher for Bishop England, recently committed to play for the College of Charleston in 2022.
It was as if Daniel Brooks clicked his baseball cleats three times and said, “There’s no place like home.” Brooks, a rising junior at Bishop England who has played at some of the top venues in the South as a member of the Canes travel team, decided to stay home when it comes time to matriculate in...
Brody and Captain Greg hold up a trout they caught recently.
This week, Mother Nature gave the Lowcountry a bit of a break. After weeks of record high temperatures, an inland high-pressure system provided a cool (for late summer) northerly breeze and more comfortable conditions. However, the comfort came at a cost. The breeze also created rough conditions in...
Philip Simmons High School’s Ian McCorkle throws a pass during a 7-on-7 session at Cane Bay High School in June.
If you’re a high school football coach, you pretty much concede that the next football season begins the moment your players turn in their uniforms after the last play is run from scrimmage in November. It’s non-stop: winter workouts, spring practice, voluntary conditioning and 7-on-7 passing...
Connor Good, LJ LeVeen, Brady Evin and Jack Cahill brought home silver for their team in the 10/u boys 200 meter freestyle relay.
On July 18, 35 swimmers from Swim Charleston headed to Columbia and the USC campus for the 2019 Long Course Swimming State Championships. Contested in an Olympic-size 50 meter pool, the Long Course State Championships are limited to the fastest qualifying swimmers in the state. Fielding nine relays...
The Daniel Island Flying Fish swim team completed another successful season, finishing second in the annual City Swim Meet – the event that culminates the season with the Lowcountry’s best swimmers showcasing their talents. But if you ask the Lowcountry swimming community what its favorite meet is...
During the summer, our rivers and creeks can become pretty crowded. Especially, on weekends. With the heat index consistently above 100 degrees, the inshore waters can also be uncomfortable. In the Lowcountry, late summer is unbearably hot. Subsequently, I have been fishing more in our nearshore...
City Meet 7-8 girls free relay champions Willa LeVeen, Sarah Ligon, Charlotte Good and Lilah May pose with Flying Fish head coach Rose Van Metre.
The annual City Swim Meet, which showcases the top talent in the Lowcountry, always is, and always will be, about quality. This year’s event, the 52nd in the illustrious history of the meet, was no exception. But as in recent years, the City Swim Meet was also about quantity. Snee Farm, based in...
Daniel Island resident and 2016 Bishop England grad Khyle Mingo currently plays rugby for Coastal Carolina University.
Khyle Mingo’s rugby garb includes a helmet with an American flag design that, in the fashion world, clashes with the teal, gold and black of his Coastal Carolina Chanticleers uniform. Next year, Mingo hopes to wear a uniform that features red, white and blue. Mingo, a Daniel Island resident and...

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