Tag Archive: tournament

Aug 22

Register For Isle Of Palms Recreation Fall Season Now

  Staff Report for Island Eye News Adult season winners were as follows: Adult 3on3 Basketball Regular Season Champions: Chem South Adult 3on3 Basketball Tournament Champions: Windjammer Adult Softball Regular Season and Tournament Champions: Windjammer Adult 6v6 Soccer Regular Season and Tournament Champions: Home Team BBQ Adult Fall Recreation Season Registration closes Aug. 22 • …

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Aug 18

Golf For The Post On The Coast


  By Bob Hooper for Island Eye News VFW Post 3137 on the Isle of Palms is having their 15th Annual Gene Johnson Golf Tournament September 14, 10 a.m. at Wild Dunes Harbor course. The cost is $80 per person ($320 a team), with shotgun format. Sign in is at 9 a.m., with drinks on …

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Mar 31

He Shoots, He Scores!

IoP Hoops Tourney

Photo by Steven Rosamilia. K. Frayer from the City of Charleston Peninsula Team takes a shot in his team’s 53 – 47 victory over North Charleston in the All Star Basketball District Tournament. The tournament, which featured players from IOP, St. Andrew, North Charleston, James Island the peninsula and Mount Pleasant, was held at the …

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Mar 29

Time For Tennis

Family Circle Cup brings top names in women’s tennis to town.

By Jennifer Tuohy for Island Eye News For tennis fans in the Charleston area the next nine days is pure heaven. Right here on Daniel Island, the world’s greatest female tennis players will compete for the title of the 42nd Family Circle Cup Champion. The Family Circle Cup begins Saturday, March 29 and runs through …

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Mar 13

Celebrities Almost Gone With The Wind

By Jennifer Tuohy, Island Eye News Editor Wind, snow and more wind conspired to prevent the organizers of the first annual Draft a Celebrity golf tournament from pulling off their objective to raise money for Lowcountry Food Bank and Dee Norton’s Lowcountry Children’s Center. But pull it off they did, in spite of Mother Nature’s plans. …

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Jan 14

Isle Of Palms Resident Brings Celebrity Golf Tournament With A Twist To Kiawah

By Jennifer Tuohy, Island Eye News Editor On December 3, 2011, retired Vanderbilt head football coach Bobby Johnson found himself playing flag football with a group of children from the Shaw Community Center on the beach on Sullivan’s Island. The former Clemson player and career football coach, who grew up in Columbia, had chosen to retire …

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Nov 05

Serena Williams Returns To The Circle

By Arielle Alpino for the Island Eye News 2013 Family Circle Cup champion and World No. 1 Serena Williams, will return to Charleston for the 42nd Family Circle Cup, March 29th – April 6th, 2014, to defend her title for the second year in a row. Williams has made seven previous appearances in Charleston where …

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Aug 09

A Fair Way to Play

East Cooper Meals on Wheels is hosting their 15th Annual Charity Golf Classic on September 17.

    Grab your golfclubs and help support a worthy lowcountry cause. On September 17, East Cooper Meals on Wheels will host their 15th annual charity golf classic. Join East Cooper Meals on Wheels for the 18-hole Captain’s Choice tournament at scenic RiverTowne Country Club, voted a “Best You Can Play” course by the South …

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May 02

Fast Relief for Tennis Elbow

By Bright McConnell III, MD Tennis players have been taking over the Lowcountry ever since the conclusion of the Family Circle Cup tournament on Daniel Island. For many tennis players, playing the game pain free is a luxury. Carol Wilson, a 4.0 league player with the Legend Oaks team explains, “I played with tennis elbow …

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Feb 26

The Champion Returns

Special to the Island Eye News 2012 Family Circle Cup champion, Serena Williams, will return to Charleston for the 41st Family Circle Cup, March 30 – April 7, 2013, to defend her title. World No. 2, Serena Williams joins Samantha Stosur and sister, Venus Williams, in a world-class player field assembling in Charleston. “It’s always …

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