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Stags roll, prepare for trip to Ashley Ridge The Berkeley High School football team eased into the regular season without its starting quarterback because of a foot injury. As it turned out, it was just a Minor problem. Stags backup quarterback Tre Minor threw for 324 yards and four touchdowns to power the Stags past visiting Stall High School 56-12 on Friday.

Myles Walker is the Moncks Corner Chick-Fil-A Athlete of the Week!

🎈Chick-fil-A Athlete of the Week🎈 Congratulations to Myles Walker who is our very first Athlete of the Week! He is a junior defensive back for the Stags Varsity Football. Coach Robinson says that, “Myles has incredible work ethic and sets and attains amazing goals.” It was our pleasure today to deliver his choice lunch, a

Lions Club jamboree matchups The Moncks Corner Lions Club high school football jamboree is slated for Aug. 16 at Berkeley High School. The second Lions Club jamboree will have eight squads under the lights preparing for the 2019 season, including two that didn’t play in the inaugural event. In addition to the host Berkeley Stags, Wade Hampton, Goose

Stag’s former announcer to be honored at football stadium Moncks Corner, SC – The Berkeley County School District is moving forward with a plan to name the press box at Berkeley High School after the late Jim Rozier. At the May 14 Facilities and Capital Planning Committee Meeting Board member Mac McQuillin made the recommendation to name the press box at Berkeley High School

Stags Signing: “I Knew These Guys Could Be special

Robinson: I knew these guys could be special When Randy Robinson stood across from his first Berkeley High School football team back in the spring of 2016, the veteran coach had a great vibe about the 10th-graders in the room. “When I walked in the door and had the first meeting, as soon as

Wicks makes it official with ODU Berkeley High School running back Keshawn Wicks went from an unproven commodity to a building block for the Stags in his last two seasons on the gridiron. He rushed for over 2,100 yards as a junior and more than 1,900 yards as a senior in helping to power the Stags to 23 wins in

Stags’ Morrison saves day for South Tre Morrison did what the safety is supposed to do, save the day. The Berkeley High School senior defensive back made a pair of interceptions in the final quarter, including the clincher with under a minute left, as the South all-stars slipped past the North all-stars 13-10 at Coastal Carolina’s Brooks Stadium on Saturday.