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It was a fight to the finish for the Cainhoy Warriors U10 team, who took home the top prize in the Charleston Spring Shootout March 17-18 after winning the final game in a penalty shootout. The team is part of the Cainhoy Athletic Soccer Club. According to Coach Chris Barclay, during the final...
She’s played tennis, coached tennis and served as a tennis volunteer. Ask 18-year-old Drew Bobey of Daniel Island what she does in her spare time, and she just might mention tennis. The Bishop England senior has played on two state championship teams, coached rising tennis players from age 4 to...
The Bishop England High School baseball team is undefeated and has championship trophies from two prestigious tournaments so far this season. The latest came in the 49th annual Hanahan Invitational Tournament when the Bishops topped rival Wando 7-3 on April 5 to claim the Hatfield Division...
Four Daniel Island School basketball teams made it to the playoffs this year – the fifth grade boys, sixth grade girls, seventh grade girls and eighth grade boys. Below is a summary of the season for the seventh grade girls, submitted by their coach, Josh Soper, and a list of awards for several of...
Every Sunday at the Family Circle Tennis Center, a group of excited athletes from the Special Olympics South Carolina “Area 6” adaptive tennis program join dedicated volunteer coaches to learn about all aspects of the game, including how to play. “We have athletes with all different kinds of...
Seven-year-old Nyla stepped up the net, armed with a racket and fierce determination. Volunteer Ana-lei Kalawe, a local tennis player and high school junior, tossed a ball in Nyla’s direction and the youngster power hit it back over the net. “It felt good!” exclaimed Nyla, who served up a beaming...
She is close enough to hear the gritty skid of a tennis shoe across the clay. Close enough to hear a 100 mph serve cutting through the air. Close enough to hear the words a player utters under her breath when she misses a shot. And close enough to feel the emotion of a hard-fought point when it’s...
Shelby Rogers may not be able to win on the court during this week’s Volvo Car Open, as an injury is keeping her sidelined for the tournament, but she is still going home with a new title. Rogers, a hometown favorite in the Holy City who grew up crafting her tennis skills on local courts, was...
Food trucks, unique shops and, of course, all things tennis lined the promenade of the Volvo Car Stadium last Saturday and Sunday for the Volvo Car Open’s Family Weekend, the official start of the tournament. Many tennis lovers started their day with a warm smile and a gourmet latte from Biz...
The top seven seeds in the Volvo Car Open gathered for All-Access Media Hour at the Daniel Island Club on Monday and were clearly ready to talk tennis. But most of these elite players from around the world also reported that they are aware of the challenges facing women of every profession, walk of...

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