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A solid contingent of Charleston-area high school football players helped guide the South Carolina team to a 17-13 win over North Carolina in the 86th annual Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas, played at Spartanburg High School on Saturday afternoon.Leading the way for the South Carolina team was Wando High linebacker Mikey Rosa, who was named the defensive most valuable player after racking up seven tackles, including three tackles for loss.Berkeley head coach Jerry Brown served as the head coach for the South Carolina team. Brown p...
A solid contingent of Charleston-area high school football players helped guide the South Carolina team to a 17-13 win over North Carolina in the 86th annual Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas, played at Spartanburg High School on Saturday afternoon.
Leading the way for the South Carolina team was Wando High linebacker Mikey Rosa, who was named the defensive most valuable player after racking up seven tackles, including three tackles for loss.
Berkeley head coach Jerry Brown served as the head coach for the South Carolina team. Brown played in the Shrine Bowl in 1967 and was a South Carolina assistant in the 2000 game. He finishes with a 3-0 record in the game.
“It was fun, a great week, and the game was even better,” said Rosa, who plans to sign with The Citadel on Wednesday. “We built a good chemistry during the week and I think that was a main reason we won. One of the things Coach Brown talked about when we got here was about leaving the ego at the door. I think we all did that and came together.”
Rosa was one of four linebackers from the Charleston area to play for the Sandlappers, joining Cameron Avery (Cane Bay), Omari Jenkins (Timberland) and Christian Garland (Ashley Ridge).
Jenkins, one of the team captains for the Sandlappers, finished with five tackles, including 2½ tackles for loss. Avery had four tackles and Garland was credited with two tackles.
Fort Dorchester defensive lineman DeAndre Jones tallied four tackles with a sack and Summerville defensive back Michael Jenkins was credited with one tackle.
On offense, Woodland’s Suderian Harrison, a quarterback during the regular season, played wide receiver in the game and had one 10-yard reception. Summerville running back Marquez Spells had 12 yards rushing on three carries.
South Florence quarterback LaNorris Sellers was named the offensive most valuable player. Sellers, currently a Syracuse commit, completed 9 of 13 passes for 121 yards and rushed for 41 yards. Sellers threw a 55-yard touchdown pass to Clemson commit Tyler Brown of Greenville High.
Another Clemson commit, Dutch Fork running back Jarvis Green, had 58 yards rushing on 15 carries. His 2-yard run with 4:40 left in the game proved to be the game-winning score for the Sandlappers.
South Carolina finished the game with 291 total yards while the defense limited the Tarheels to 182 total yards. The only negative in the win for South Carolina was 15 penalties for 120 yards, including several personal foul flags.
This year’s game marked the first in the series since 2019. The game was cancelled due to COVID issues in 2020 and 2021.
HUGER S.C. (WCSC) - People that live in the Huger-Wando community are voicing their concerns to city leaders about everything from transportation to affordable housing.Almost 200 people came to a community meeting at Cainhoy Elementary on Thursday. They say they feel overlooked when it comes to decisions regarding their area.Carl Anderson, S.C. House of Representatives District 103, says he is new to representing the Huger-Wando area and wants their requests to be fulfilled.“Berkeley County has several pots of mone...
HUGER S.C. (WCSC) - People that live in the Huger-Wando community are voicing their concerns to city leaders about everything from transportation to affordable housing.
Almost 200 people came to a community meeting at Cainhoy Elementary on Thursday. They say they feel overlooked when it comes to decisions regarding their area.
Carl Anderson, S.C. House of Representatives District 103, says he is new to representing the Huger-Wando area and wants their requests to be fulfilled.
“Berkeley County has several pots of money that we just hope would be shared across Berkeley County with every area of Berkeley County, but this area, as they said to me, they feel like they have been overlooked,” Anderson said. “So, I feel like this area needs a little bit more attention than the other areas.”
At the meeting, representatives from Berkeley County, the state’s health department and department of transportation, just to name a few, answered questions from the public.
“The funds that have come in from the federal government during this pandemic and what is going to be done with it,” Anderson said. “And we heard that only a fraction of those funds were spent. So, they want to be included in the funds that the county has so that things can get done in this area.”
Another issue brought up was the repaving of certain roads, the cost of affordable housing and overall severity of sewage and drainage problems.
One community member, Cynthia Lawrence, says she wished that the agencies could have gone into more detail with their answers.
“Well, I think the public is still a little leery about the answers that they received tonight from the agencies that were here,” Lawrence said. “We needed to go a little deeper and it just wasn’t enough time.”
Although the community members say they wish they had more time, other county and school representatives say they can answer more in-depth questions when contacted directly.
The hope is to have another meeting sometime in October, but no date has been set as of now. The organizer’s plans include inviting Berkeley County Water and Sewer so they can solve more of the sewage issues.
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Thirteen athletes from across eight sports signed their letters of intent to play at the collegiate level at a signing day ceremony at Wando High School on April 26.The Class of 2023 students will be attending universities in and outside of South Carolina. Six athletes signed to Division I schools.“There certainly has been a lot of hard work by these young student athletes,” said Wando Athletic Director Mark Buchman. “This is certainly a very exciting time. To have an opportunity to move to the next level, not...
Thirteen athletes from across eight sports signed their letters of intent to play at the collegiate level at a signing day ceremony at Wando High School on April 26.
The Class of 2023 students will be attending universities in and outside of South Carolina. Six athletes signed to Division I schools.
“There certainly has been a lot of hard work by these young student athletes,” said Wando Athletic Director Mark Buchman. “This is certainly a very exciting time. To have an opportunity to move to the next level, not many athletes get that chance.”
With the click of a pen and the situating of a branded cap on the head, the student athletes committed to their schools. Several of those athletes earned a double shout-out from the coaches who took turns at the podium highlighting their players. A handful of the athletes found the time to excel in not just one, but two sports during their high school careers.
“We’re talking about kids that go 365, 24/7 and that’s really rare to find these days,” said Wando Volleyball Coach Alexis Glover.
Girls basketball forward Taylor Brown signed with Division III school the University of Lynchburg.
Boys cross country runners Brendan Gomez and Tanner Jelliff signed with the University of Tennessee and Charleston Southern University, respectively. Both are Division I schools. Gomez and Jelliff also run on Wando’s track and field team.
Two more track and field runners signed with Division I schools. Hannah Togami is heading to the University of South Carolina and Jack Scott to the Citadel. Scott also played as a defensive back on the football team.
Running back AJ Gathers signed to play football for Brevard College in North Carolina. Gathers served as a team captain in his senior year.
For volleyball, setter Reece Campbell is heading to Salem College in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Opposite hitter Emma Sanders signed with Wentworth Institute of Technology in Boston, Massachusetts. Togami also played on the volleyball team as an outside hitter.
Wrestler Pierce Carpenter-Kydd will be joining Scott among the ranks of the Citadel cadets, though he signed with the Bulldogs wrestling team. Fellow wrestler Jacob Pelbath signed with Liberty University.
Boys soccer player Johnathan Coleman signed to Division II school Anderson University. His teammate Stokes McConnell signed with The University of the South in Sewanee, Tennessee. Girls soccer midfielder Lennon Leithauser signed with The City College of New York.
“We, as an athletic partner, are extremely proud of you and I’m sure your parents, all the supporters that are in the crowd, your friends, family members are super proud,” said girls soccer coach Shannon Champ.
COLUMBIA — J.L. Mann fell to Wando in the SCHSL Class AAAAA girls soccer state championship game Friday after a 1-1 four-overtime deadlock was broken in penalty kicks, as the Warriors buried one more PK than the Patriots, 5-4.This matchup between the winners of the last six state championships saw Wando (23-2-1) take home its second in a row after J.L. Mann (18-3-1) had won the previous four. Here are three takeaways from this clash of giants in the state's largest classification.CHAMPIONS:...
COLUMBIA — J.L. Mann fell to Wando in the SCHSL Class AAAAA girls soccer state championship game Friday after a 1-1 four-overtime deadlock was broken in penalty kicks, as the Warriors buried one more PK than the Patriots, 5-4.
This matchup between the winners of the last six state championships saw Wando (23-2-1) take home its second in a row after J.L. Mann (18-3-1) had won the previous four. Here are three takeaways from this clash of giants in the state's largest classification.
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Like most sports, the first few moments of a game can determine what happens the rest of the way. This one was no different. After J.L. Mann scored early, the pattern of play for the rest of the game shifted and Wando kicked into high gear by committing more and more players into attack as the clock counted down.
For the majority of the first half and the early portions of the second, the game was played with the Warriors trying to control the ball and force the issue on offense in J.L. Mann's half of the field. This constant attack for 35-40 minutes of game time had three major effects: fatigue, counter-attack opportunities for the Patriots — which almost led to another goal — and ultimately the equalizing goal for Wando.
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Because of the high-stakes nature of championship games, there's already an increased level of intensity throughout the game. That intensity often leads to a bit more fatigue.
After 80 minutes of hyper-intense game play went by and the score remained 1-1, the fatigue set in with a plethora of injuries occurring in the four additional periods of play that followed the end of regulation.
This grueling match tested the physical stamina and mental toughness of the two teams, and it was impressive to watch both sides keep pushing through the pain and give the fans a nail-biting ending.
At the end of this game, which was settled by Wando junior Ashton Douty burying the 10th kick of the shootout amid a shower of boos from the Patriots' student section, one thing was crystal clear: These two giants of South Carolina soccer battled their hearts out.
This game between two programs that have collectively won 16 state championships since the inception of the sport in South Carolina in 1993, should have fallen short of the lofty expectations that came with it.
It didn't, and both teams should head home with their heads held high.
Wando Boys tennis team has an undefeated regular season at 17-0 as of April 28. Parker Davis received the Varsity STAR award and Dylan Lucas received the JV STAR Award named in honor of former Athletic Director Bob Hayes, for their outstanding leadership throughout the season.The Wando victory on April 23 also notched the 800th career win for Coach Charlie Painter.Scores for April 19 through 28 are below:April 28Wando High School: 6Philip Simmons High School: 0...
Wando Boys tennis team has an undefeated regular season at 17-0 as of April 28. Parker Davis received the Varsity STAR award and Dylan Lucas received the JV STAR Award named in honor of former Athletic Director Bob Hayes, for their outstanding leadership throughout the season.
The Wando victory on April 23 also notched the 800th career win for Coach Charlie Painter.
Scores for April 19 through 28 are below:
Wando High School: 6
Philip Simmons High School: 0
1S: Cam Davies (W) defeated Zade Hyatt (PS) 62 10 Retired
2S: Jack Hughes (W) defeated Jordan Mercado (PS) 62 62
3S: Parker Davis (W) defeated Keith Lemcke (PS) 63 61
4S: Bennett Stickler (W) Mike Mottola (PS) 4-3 Retired
5S: Andy Bumgarner (W) defeated Soren Spina (PS) 61 60
Wando High School: 5
Bishop England: 1
1S: Cam Davies (W) defeated Josh Lively (BE) 64 61
2S: AD Sulterlein (BE) defeated Parker Davis(W) 61 61
3S: Bennett Stickler (W) defeated Jacob Couco (BE) 63 62
4S: Andy Bumgarner (W) defeated Henry McDonald (BE) 60 60
5S: Will Foulke (W) defeated Dom Thompson (BE) 61 76(6)
2D: Sam Burlos/Jack Markley (W) defeated Robbie Murray//Colin Murray (BE) 61 63
Wando High School: 6
James Island High School: 0
The Wando Boys tennis team won a very close and hard fought match over James Island 6-0 with three match tiebreaks were all won by Wando. Cam Davies, Jack Hughes, and Bennet Stickler all rallied from a first set lost to win the second sets and the match tiebreak.
1S: Cam Davies defeated Neo James (JI) 57 61 1-0(5)
2S: Jack Hughes (W) defeated Jonah Hallee (JI) 57 61 1-0(9)
3S: Parker Davis (W) defeated Matthew Ogiba (JI) 62 62
4S: Bennett Stickler (W) defeated Nick Kiser (JI) 46 63 1-0(3)
5S: Andy Bumgarner (W) defeated Connor Stratton (JI) 61 62
2D: Will Foulke/Jack Markley (W) defeated Bazel Shephard/John Lapolla (JI) 62 64
Wando High School: 7
West Ashley High School: 0
1S: Jack Hughes (W) defeated Michael Sun (WA) 61 61
2S: Sam Burlos (W) defeated Braden Vick (WA) 60 60
3S: Rutledge Williams (W). Ethan Stimac (WA) 62 60
4S: Owen Griffiths (W). James Sun (WA) 61 62
5 S: Dylan Lucas (W). Geraldo Barbosa (WA) 61 62
1D: Will Foulke/Jack Markley (W) defeated Braden Vick/Geraldo Barbosa (WA) 61 60
2D: Owen Griffiths and Dylan Lucas won by forfeit.
The seniors were honored in a post-game ceremony for their contributions to the Warrior Tennis Program.
Wando High School: 7
West Ashley High School: 0
1S: Cam Davies (W) defeated Michael Sun (WA) 60 60
2S: Andy Bumgarner(W) defeated Jeffery Moorer (WA) 60 60
3S: Sam Burlos (W) defeated Ethan Stomac (WA) 62 61
4S: Rutledge Williams (W) defeated James Sun (WA) 60 60
5S: Evan Shelley (W) defeated Geraldo Barbosa (WA) 62 60
1D: Will Foulke/Owen Griffiths (W) defeated Braden Vick/ Jeffery Moorer (A) 8-2
2D: Parker Davis and Dylan Lucas (W) won by default.
The Wando boys tennis team defeated Academic Magnet in a close match. Cam Davies won a tough first set 7-5 then cruised to a 75 61 victory. The victory was sealed with wins by Parker Davis (4th Singles), Andy Bumgarner (5th singles) and Sam Burlos and Jack Markley at second Doubles.
Wando High School: 4
Academic Magnet High School: 2
1S: Cam Davies (W) defeated Cameron Dawson (A) 75 61
2S: Timothy Wilson (A) defeated Jack Hughes (W) 36 63 1-0(9)
3S: Preston Sessoms (A) defeated Bennett Stickler (W) 62 57 1-0(7)
4S: Parker Davis (W) defeated Chase Roberts (A) 61 60
5S: Andy Bumgarner (W) defeated Rutledge Sander (A) 60 61
2D: Sam Burlos/Jack Markley (W) defeated Spence Cox/Abram Shuler (A) 63 61
JV Singles: Graham Anderson (W) defeated Gannon Rose (A) 8-5