Saint John's Girls Junior Varsity Basketball

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JV Boys and Varsity Girls fall but Varsity Boys win vs Math and Science Riptide

The Varsity Girls Islanders trailed at the half 28-12 after a cold shooting first half. The cold shooting could be seen as knocking the rust off after a long lay over. As the second began, the Lady Islanders needed a strong run to get back in the game. Unfortunately, the Riptide was too strong and

2017-18 Boys and Girls Varsity Basketball Schedules Posted

Your 2017-18 St. Johns Islanders Girls and Boys Varsity Basketball Schedules have been finalized and posted. The season is highlighted with non-conference matchups between North Charleston, Cathedral Academy, and Academic Magnet. The Boys Varsity team will participate and in 2 holiday tournaments, the first of which being at Woodland High School Dec. 20-22nd. After Christmas

Lady Islanders fall in 1st round of playoffs

  The Lady Islanders traveled to Summerton, SC to face the Scott’s Branch Eagles on Monday night. Unfortunately, the Islander season came to an end as they were defeated 50-17. The Islanders were never in the game but still should have a lot to be proud of as they finished 4th in the region and

Lady Islanders open the playoffs at Scott’s Branch Monday night at 7

The Islanders, off of a respectable 6-6 conference schedule, will face Scott’s Branch in Summerton, SC at 7 PM Monday. Scott’s Branch is 9253 Alex Harvin Hwy, Summeron, SC 29148. I know that it is a good drive away but please come out and support your Islanders if you can. They have grown as the

Lady Islanders down spirited Lowcountry Leadership 49-43

The Islanders improved to 6-6 in conference play on Friday night by defeating Lowcountry 49-43. The game was a fairly physical contest as the referees let the ladies play. The Islanders finish the regular season 8-12 overall and 4th in Region 4. St Johns advances to the playoffs and will travel to Scott’s Branch High

Lady Islanders battle 1st place Riptide

On Monday night, the Lady Islanders, sitting at 4th place, faced off versus the 1st place Riptide. Chas Math and Science came into the contest with a 9-1 record in conference but coming off their first conference loss of the season to Palmetto Scholors Academy. The Lady Islanders came in riding a three game winning

Lady Islanders snap two game losing streak with dominate 2nd half

The Lady Islanders came into this midweek non conference game against Oceanside Academy having lost two tough conference games in a row. The Islanders entered the contest at 4-10 and the Landsharks entered the game at 1-4(with some missing scores on their schedule). The first half was pretty tight as the Islanders held a 21-16

Lady Islanders put up valiant fight but come up short vs Bobcats

The Lady Islanders fought back from a slow start but in the end fall to the Baptist Hill Bobcats 43-30. The Islanders fall to 4-10 overall and 3-4 in the conference and are currently in 4th place in the conference. Baptist Hill improves to 4-6 and 3-2 in conference staying in third place. With this

Awards and Hall of Fame Banquet set

On Thursday May, 26th the St John’s Athletic Department will hold there annual banquet, but there is something else on the agenda, The athletic department is proud to announce the first class of the St. John’s Athletic Hall of Fame. The first class of the hall of fame will include Coach Bob Biggerstaff, Robert “Mayor”