Sports briefs for July 20th-26th


Tagged fish makes angler’s heart sink

fishing july 20

When Larry Youngblood of Walterboro landed a slot-sized redfish in Rantowles Creek recently, his excitement quickly waned when he noticed a tag protruding from the fish’s body. 

He feared it was a CCA South Carolina STAR tag, which is good for a free Sea Hunt boat, but only for anglers who are registered for the summer-long tournament. 

And Youngblood, who had been planning to register for the STAR, had failed to do so before his week-long trip to the coast. He dreaded the thought of this being one of the STAR tags. Luckily for him, the tag turned out to be from a Charleston fishing guide who tagged the fish in May.

With that fish in the cooler, Youngblood did what he’d been meaning to do since Memorial Day. He pulled out his cell phone, went to ccasouthcarolina.com, and signed up for the STAR. 

The first two CCA South Carolina members who are registered and catch redfish with an appropriate tag can win one of two Sea Hunt BX 22 BR Bay Boats equipped with a Yamaha 150 and a Wesco aluminum trailer. Each boat package is valued at over $40,000.

The tournament began on Memorial Day and runs through Labor Day. So far, no one has claimed either of the boats. If no registered angler catches one of the 48 tagged redfish that were caught, tagged and released by CCA South Carolina members earlier this year, one lucky winner will be drawn from the list of anglers who have signed up for the tournament.

To participate in this tournament, you must be a member of CCA and register for the tournament. Visit membership.joincca.org/web/Online/Star_Home.aspx.




County Football Club defeats Lake Norman 

Shown here is the Beaufort County Football Club. Photo provided.
Shown here is the Beaufort County Football Club. Photo provided.

The Beaufort County Football Club beat Lake Norman Eclipse 4-1 in a Women’s Premier Soccer League (WPSL) game on July 8.

Ashley Green, Carson Schoeppe and Brooke Standard all scored goals for the Beaufort County Football Club in the victory over Lake Norman Eclipse. 

The Beaufort County Football Club is a soccer program based in Hilton Head Island. The Beaufort County Football Club has teams in several different age groups and a squad competing in the Women’s Premier Soccer League, the largest women’s soccer league in the world.

The 2017 season is Beaufort County’s inaugural season at the WPSL level. Beaufort County is a member of The Carolinas Conference, along with several well-established franchises. Beaufort County plays its home matches at Hilton Head Preparatory School in Sea Pines on Hilton Head Island. Several members of the current squad have played in and won the National W-20 league.


Sanctuary Golf Club hosting 9 ‘N Dine

The Sanctuary Golf Club is hosting 9 ‘N Dine every other Friday through September. 

The 9 ‘N Dine dates are set for 5:30-7:30 p.m. July 14 and 28, Aug. 11 and 25 and Sept. 8 and 22. The Sanctuary Golf Club is hosting a Ladies Clinic from 5-7 p.m. every Thursday. The clinic is open to members and nonmembers. 

For more information on any upcoming events at Sanctuary Golf Club, call 843-524-0300.

Previous Story

S.C. in the national spotlight

Next Story

Low inventory to blame for malaise

Latest from Sports


TUESDAY, JAN. 31 GIRLS HOOPS Battery Creek 48, Hanahan 42 HAN (8-12, 2-4) BCHS (10-8, 5-2)


Eagles fall in Lower State semis LowcoSports.com It was an uphill fight in the Class 3A