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SUMMERVILLE, S.C. (WCIV) — For many Summerville residents who live on South Main Street, they share this sentiment:“If I didn't have to worry about every time it rained hard. I'd be happy,” Resident Todd Hibbard said.The combination of recent rain in the Lowcountry and extra precipitation during hurricane season has caused flooding to become a major issue.ABC News 4 recently covered the flooding issue in district one of Summerville near Warring Street. But the problem is just as prevalent in district tw...
SUMMERVILLE, S.C. (WCIV) — For many Summerville residents who live on South Main Street, they share this sentiment:
“If I didn't have to worry about every time it rained hard. I'd be happy,” Resident Todd Hibbard said.
The combination of recent rain in the Lowcountry and extra precipitation during hurricane season has caused flooding to become a major issue.
ABC News 4 recently covered the flooding issue in district one of Summerville near Warring Street. But the problem is just as prevalent in district two.
The director of public works in Summerville, Russ Cornette, said that this problem occurs because of the location of the town.
“We get these really high intensity, rainfall events in short periods of time that really overload overburdened the existing drainage system that we have all around town. And unfortunately, the system isn't large enough to handle the volume of water," Cornette said.
The neighborhood is located on a six foot decline from Main Street, which causes the flooding to rush downhill at high speeds and finding its way into backyards and surrounding properties.
The current is so strong that some residents joke that it may be faster to travel by boat.
“The current, if you had a canoe you could go from second to third and lickety split. It's just really bad,” Summerville resident Lisa Hammerlee said.
When large rainfalls come it leaves many residents to pick up the pieces and take it into their own hands to stop the flooding.
“I'm out here in the rain with a pitchfork trying to move pine straw to get the water to go somewhere,” Hubbard said.
Something that is an unpleasant feeling for many neighbors.
“I just feel upset. I just know. I know it's going to be harming all of my neighbor's property, it's going to be harming mine, I'm going to have a huge mess to clean up and and it's getting worse and worse and worse,” Hammerlee said.
But on top of the nuisance that the flooding is causing to these Summerville residents it is also doing damage to many of their properties.
One resident estimated it might take anywhere from $10,000 to $20,000 to fix the damage to their property that this flooding has caused.
“I've had to have boards replaced on the bottom of my shed,” Summerville resident Cathy Lawter said.
“So the back of my car carports rotted out. I have tools in my shed that have been flooded out,” Hubbard said.
“It's just ruining property. And no one likes to see their property being ruined,” Hammerlee said.
All three of these neighbors said that they have been reaching out to the town for help since 2019 and have received little to no response until recently.
Another cause for frustration in this small town.
“We shouldn't get floods like that every time. We shouldn't have to clean up like that every time we shouldn't have to repair damage every time, you know when shouldn't have to try to get flood insurance. I mean, we just shouldn't have to do any of that,” Lawter said.
However, Cornette says that the town is aware of the problem and now working towards a solution.
This includes helping the upkeep of local drain pipes, adding more drain outlets and he said he would considering doing more if those methods do not work.
“The town is in process of several drainage projects and different stages of development.”
ABC News 4 also reached out to District Two council member in Summerville Terry Jenkins, who said in part “We are really trying to get it to where the flooding that is being caused doesn’t get into people’s homes. Having people call, reaching back quickly, finding out where they are, making sure you keep the drain hole covers cleans.”
The one thing these town officials emphasized was that it was going to take time to fix the problem.
However, for Lawter, she wants something a little different.
“Just acknowledgement? I mean, not wait 60 days to respond to something, or just make it a little easier process?" Lawter said.
Lawter and her neighbors said that when they notified the town that they were going to have a reporter come cover the story that is when the town stepped in and came to the property.
She did applaud Jenkins and Cornette for their work when they got to her property and say they hope to have solution in the near future.
The Ashley Ridge, Fort Dorchester and Summerville swim teams all walked away from this year’s state meet with a since of accomplishment.The Swamp Foxes turned in the best team performance among the Summerville-area schools during the Class AAAAA Swim Championships at the North Charleston Aquatic Center Oct. 9-11 while individual state championships were captured by both a Patriots swimmer and a Green Wave swimmer.Summerville’s Cassidy Lima won the Girls 50-yard Freestyle event with a 23.92 time and won the 100 Free ...
The Ashley Ridge, Fort Dorchester and Summerville swim teams all walked away from this year’s state meet with a since of accomplishment.
The Swamp Foxes turned in the best team performance among the Summerville-area schools during the Class AAAAA Swim Championships at the North Charleston Aquatic Center Oct. 9-11 while individual state championships were captured by both a Patriots swimmer and a Green Wave swimmer.
Summerville’s Cassidy Lima won the Girls 50-yard Freestyle event with a 23.92 time and won the 100 Free with a 52.14 time. She also helped the Lady Green Wave 200 Free Relay Team to an eighth-place finish and the Summerville 200 Medley Relay Team to a 13th place finish.
This is the second consecutive year Lima has turned in a Top 10 performance in multiple events. At last year’s state championships she placed third in the 50 Free and seventh in the 100 Free.
Fort Dorchester’s Madelyn Routhier qualified for last year’s championships, but wasn’t able to compete because her team had to quarantine the week of the event. The senior did make a splash at this year’s championships, winning the Girls 100 Butterfly with a 56.32 time and placing third in the 50 Free with a 24.10 finish. She also helped the Lady Patriots 400 Free Relay Team to a ninth-place finish.
While none of the area teams had a swimmer win an event during the boys’ championships, there were some strong performances on the boys’ side.
Summerville’s Parker Azevedo placed third in the 50 Free with a 21.37 time and sixth in the 100 Fly with a 52.91 time. Ashley Ridge’s Jack Jonas placed fifth in the 500 Free with a 4:49.44 time and fourth in the 100 Backstroke with a 55.17 time. Danny Zlatev led the Fort Dorchester Boys, placing 10th in both the 50 Free and 100 Free.
With Olivia Ackerman leading the way, the Ashley Ridge Girls tallied 117.50 points to place ninth out of 40 teams competing. Wando, which won the meet with 412 points, was the only other Lowcountry team in the Top 10.
Ackerman placed eighth in the 50 Free and 14th in the 100 Free and helped the Lady Swamp Foxes’ 200 Free Relay Team to a sixth-place finish and their 400 Free Relay Team to a 13th place finish.
The Summerville Girls placed 13th with 102 points and the Fort Dorchester Girls placed 14th with 95 points.
JL Mann won the boys’ meet with 314 points. Ashley Ridge tallied 105 points to place 14th and edge out two of its Region 8-AAAAA foes. West Ashley finished with 103 points to place 15th and Summerville tallied 98 points to place 16th. Fort Dorchester finished with 64.50 points to place 19th.
Hayden Southern-26th 200 Free and 24th 500 Freestyle
Courtney Tedesco- 19th 200 IM and 13th 100 Backstroke
Olivia Ackerman- 8th 50 Free and 14th 100 Free
Kennedy Elwood-22nd 50 Free and 25th 100 Free
Bella Grossman- 26th 100 Butterfly
Emma Christie- 17th 100 Breaststroke
Matt Cannavaro- 18th 100 Breast
Jack Jonas- 5th 500 Free and 4th 100 Back
Lucas Millard- 24th 50 Free and 25th 100 Free
Aiden Peterson- 30th 200 Free
Cohen Phillips- 18th 200 IM and 11th 100 Breast
Logan Southern- 10th 200 Free and 22nd 500 Free
AR Girls 200 Medley Relay (Tedesco, Christie, Grossman, Elwood)- 7th
AR Girls 200 Free Relay (Ackerman, Southern, Tedesco, Elwood)-6th
AR Girls 400 Free Relay (Natalie Wight, Kyra Boykin, Ackerman, Southern)- 13th
AR Boys 200 Free Relay (Jonas, Phillips, Cannavaro, Logan Southern)- 11th
AR Boys 400 Free Relay (Jonas, Southern, Millard, Peterson)- 13th
Cassidy Lima- 1st 50 Free and 1st 100 Free
Marlie Crosby- 13th 100 Free
Asher Jarrad- 28th 200 Free and 30th 100 Fly
Parker Azevedo- 3rd 50 Free and 6th 100 Fly
Luke Brusseau- 19th 50 Free
Will Cumbie- 26th 500 Free
Luke Brusseau- 16th 100 Back
Summerville Girls 200 Medley Relay (Lima, Grace Marsaa, Helen Hamilton, Crosby)- 13th
Summerville Girls 200 Free Relay (Hamilton, Marsaa, Crosby, Lima)- 8th
Summerville Boys 200m Freestyle Relay (Azevedo, Brusseau, Cumbie, Jarrad)- 7th
Payton Schrader- 22nd 200 Free and 24th 100 Back
Madelyn Routhier- 1st 100 Fly and 3rd 50 Free
Amaris Belt- 27th 50 Free and 20th 100 Free
Peyton Wood- 25th 500 Free
Sydney Fennell- 25th 100 Back
Brady Coppo- 23rd 200 Free and 20th 100 Back
Danny Zlatev- 10th 50 Free and 10th 100 Free
Ivan Wilson- 14th 50 Free and 11th 100 Free
FD Girls 200 Medley Relay (Fennell, Norah Lightburn, Routhier, Belt)- 12th
FD Girls 200 Free Relay (Lightburn, Schrader, Wood, Kai Bergmann)- 19th
FD Girls 400 Free Relay (Routhier, Schrader, Fennell, Belt)- 9th
FD Boys 200 Medley Relay (Coppo, Zlatev, Gryffin Routhier, Wilson)- 15th
FD Boys 400 Free Relay (Wilson, Zlatev, Coppo, Routhier)- 17th
The Summerville Green Wave had another outstanding defensive effort Sept. 24 as it claimed a 20-13 win over the Goose Creek Gators.Goose Creek (3-2) has featured an explosive offense this season, but Summerville (2-1) kept the Gators at bay for much of the game. Meanwhile, the Green Wave offense had a good start as Summerville pulled out to a 20-0 lead in the second quarter.The Gators made it a two-score game just before the half and then cut the lead to 7 with a 41-yard touchdown pass in the final quarter. After that, Summervi...
The Summerville Green Wave had another outstanding defensive effort Sept. 24 as it claimed a 20-13 win over the Goose Creek Gators.
Goose Creek (3-2) has featured an explosive offense this season, but Summerville (2-1) kept the Gators at bay for much of the game. Meanwhile, the Green Wave offense had a good start as Summerville pulled out to a 20-0 lead in the second quarter.
The Gators made it a two-score game just before the half and then cut the lead to 7 with a 41-yard touchdown pass in the final quarter. After that, Summerville used its running game to chew up a lot of clock and limit the Gators’ opportunities.
Summerville senior Christian Grant had the first score, running in from 2 yards out with just less than five minutes remaining in the opening quarter. Junior Marquez Spells added a 51-yard touchdown run to cushion the lead. Late in the second quarter, sophomore receiver Yannick Smith recovered a teammate’s fumble and returned it 25 yards for a Green Wave TD.
Spells finished with 107 rushing yards on 14 carries. Green Wave QB Campbell McCurry completed 6 of 10 passes for 84 yards and rushed for 18 yards. Smith led the Summerville receivers with five catches for 60 yards and had a 20-yard run.
Defensive lineman DeAndre Jones made eight tackles, including two for a loss and two sacks. He also had two quarterback hurries and recovered a fumble. Defensive back Chris Brabham also had eight tackles, including a sack. Defensive back Xavier Mitchell-Brown had six tackles, including one for a loss and made an interception. Linebacker Keshaun Seabrook also had six tackles plus a QB hurry.
This week, Summerville plays on the road. Kickoff is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Oct. 1 at Stratford. The Knights are 1-2 and coming off a 27-14 loss to West Ashley.
Stratford quarterback Jalen Barry passed for 128 yards and two touchdowns in that game. Jayden Martino made two grabs for 62 yards and a score.
Fort Dorchester 31,
Myrtle Beach 27
Fort Dorchester, the No. 2 ranked Class AAAAA team in the state, traveled to Myrtle Beach, the No. 2 ranked Class AAAA team.
The Patriots (4-0) got out to a slower-than-normal start, falling behind 21-10 to the Seahawks (2-1). However, Fort Dorchester rallied and outscored Myrtle Beach 21-6 in the second half to claim a 31-27 victory.
Quarterback Zolten Osborne scored on runs of 1 and 3 yards and threw a touchdown pass to Davion Joyner. Running back Michael Smalls also found the end zone for the Patriots on a 66-yard run. Chase Kennedy had a 25-yard field goal.
Seahawks QB Ryan Burger threw four TD passes, two of those to Adam Randall.
This week, Fort Dorchester hosts Ashley Ridge (2-2). The Swamp Foxes are coming off a 6-3 loss to Cane Bay. Ashley Ridge’s only score of the game came on a 27-yard field goal by Will McCune, but Ashley Ridge QB Xavier Proctor-Floyd completed 10 of 13 passes for 151 yards.
Kickoff is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Oct. 1 at Bagwell Stadium.
Flowertown Players’ fall season is off to a boisterous start with “Moon Over Buffalo,” playwright Ken Ludwig’s high-octane slapstick comedy that sends up American theater.The aim was clear: To bring on the noise and bring on the funny for local theatergoers, many of whom are likely making their first forays into live performances. In line with the majority of this fall’s season openers in the Charleston area, Summerville’s longstanding community theater company opted for the upbeat in the production...
Flowertown Players’ fall season is off to a boisterous start with “Moon Over Buffalo,” playwright Ken Ludwig’s high-octane slapstick comedy that sends up American theater.
The aim was clear: To bring on the noise and bring on the funny for local theatergoers, many of whom are likely making their first forays into live performances. In line with the majority of this fall’s season openers in the Charleston area, Summerville’s longstanding community theater company opted for the upbeat in the production, co-directed by Leslie Ross and Alan Rosenfeld.
This work does have serious comedic cred. Set in Buffalo, N.Y., in 1953, “Moon Over Buffalo” debuted on Broadway in 1995, starring none other than famed funny woman Carol Burnett. The role marked her first appearance on Broadway in 30 years, which speaks to the appeal of the play. Both the show and the star subsequently got Tony nominations for the production.
It goes like this. Traveling actors George Hay (Jamie Young) and Charlotte Hay (Rune Vaughn) are in the midst of a professional nadir, itinerantly plying their thespian trade by rolling their bare-bones company into towns and rotating performances of “Cyrano de Bergerac” and “Private Lives.”
Their daughter Roz (Maddie Latham), on the other hand, has forsaken theater altogether. She instead intends to marry her fiance, Howard (Nick Torres), a television weatherman, while dodging her ex-fiance, Paul (Dale Fox), the theater company’s stage manager.
Other romantic triangles take to the stage, too, and antics soon unfold with the bombastic, booze-fueled George, who has engaged in an extramarital dalliance with another actress, Eileen (Hannah Weston). At the same time, the none-too-pleased Charlotte has captured the heart of the company’s lawyer Richard (Fred Hutter). All the while Charlotte’s hard-of-hearing mother Ethel (Ariena Withers), wanders on and off stage, misunderstanding most everything to humorous end.
A modest set involves a series of doors from which, a la French farce, performers pop in and out in an increasingly antic montage of comic bits. Characters are constructed to first and foremost elicit laughs, and they did so regularly during the performance I attended.
The performances were exuberant, with loads of physical comedy and an intense exertion of some cast members that at times caused me to worry over their well-being. As George, the indefatigable Jamie Young was ever game for couch gymnastics and tipsy escapades.
There is much humor to mine from the lines and plot developments, and I expect we’ve just scratched the surface of this play. Maddie Latham’s Roz demonstrates what can be brought to the table, impressively milking mirth in one particular scene. As Howard, Nick Torres delivered his own entertaining ticks as well.
In more ways than one, the production called to mind “Waiting for Guffman,” the sweetly satirical film centered on a small town zealously banding together to put on a show, and getting word that a New York critic plans to attend. In “Moon Over Buffalo,” the famed film director Frank Capra is en route to a Sunday matinee, with sights set on casting George in a major motion picture.
At Flowertown, that zeal included volume. To reference another film, “This Is Spinal Tap,” boasting “Guffman” creator Christopher Guest, no less, most on stage had amped it up to 11, more so than was necessary. Hopefully they will recalibrate as they ease into the run. That being said, Arlena Withers demonstrates how less can be more, delivering her dotty Ethel with restraint and toned-down command. (Speaking of constraint: On the COVID meter, there did not seem to be enforced protocols in place, and only a sprinkling of patrons masked up.)
Big sounds and some broad performances withstanding, it should be flagged this did not in the least quell the evident merriment in the audience, who responded enthusiastically to the nonstop hijinks (just as they do in “Waiting for Guffman.”)
Flowertown Players gave their people what they clearly wanted, as community theater should. And that was a lighthearted evening out, complete with a moon over Buffalo.
In his first varsity start at quarterback for Summerville, junior Harrison Weston led the Green Wave to a 63-12 win over Stall on Oct. 8.Weston, who got the start after Campbell McCurry was a week earlier, completed eight passes to five receivers in the first half for more than 200 yards and three touchdowns. He threw a 62-yard TD pass to sophomore Ka’Mari Hair, a 46-yard TD strike to senior Dakari McCutchen and 44-yard TD pass to sophomore Yannick Smith that gave Summerville a 57-6 halftime lead.“We played well,&rd...
In his first varsity start at quarterback for Summerville, junior Harrison Weston led the Green Wave to a 63-12 win over Stall on Oct. 8.
Weston, who got the start after Campbell McCurry was a week earlier, completed eight passes to five receivers in the first half for more than 200 yards and three touchdowns. He threw a 62-yard TD pass to sophomore Ka’Mari Hair, a 46-yard TD strike to senior Dakari McCutchen and 44-yard TD pass to sophomore Yannick Smith that gave Summerville a 57-6 halftime lead.
“We played well,” Summerville coach Ian Rafferty said. “I challenged them before kickoff to come out and play a complete game and I thought we did that even though we made too many mistakes and had too many penalties.”
McCutchen led the Summerville receivers with three catches for 65 yards. Senior Kris McDonald, who was crowned Homecoming King at halftime, had two receptions for 35 yards.
Junior Marquez Spells led the Green Wave running backs, rushing for just under 100 yards and scoring two touchdowns. He found the end zone from three yards out in the first quarter and had a 47-yard touchdown run in the second.
Summerville dominated the first quarter, holding Stall to negative offensive yards. The Warriors’ most productive drive of the quarter gained four yards and ended in a punt.
Running backs Christian Grant and Trae Green both scored from inside the 5 in the opening quarter. The quarter ended with a big Summerville special teams play. A punt snap got past the Stall punter and rolled into the end zone for defensive back Taree Bell to fall on for a TD.
On the first play from scrimmage in the second quarter, Stall quarterback Charles Watson threw a deep ball to Ky’juan Mack for an 84-yard touchdown.
Israel Pope added a 29-yard TD run for Summerville in the third quarter for a 63-6 Green Wave lead.
Stall’s other score came on a 1-yard TD run by Ty’shawn Mack with just more than a minute remaining in the game.
Summerville improved to 4-1 overall, 1-0 in Region 8-AAAAA. Stall fell to 0-4, 0-2.
“It’s a whole new season now,” Rafferty said. “It’s going to get tougher so we will have to play with more intensity, but we are happy to start off region play with a win.”
This week, Summerville travels to West Ashley. The Wildcats are coming off a 41-7 win over Ashley Ridge.
“We just need to clean up the mistakes on offense and keep playing great defense,” Rafferty said. “We will need to play fast and physical against West Ashley. They have a good team and athletic kids so it will definitely be a tough game.”
Ashley Ridge fell to 2-4 overall and 0-2 in Region 8-AAAAA with a loss at West Ashley. Quarterback Xavier Proctor-Floyd completed 13 of 28 pass attempts for 130 yards but the Swamp Foxes didn’t find the end zone until the fourth quarter. Proctor-Floyd connected with Xaviar Horry on a 9-yard touchdown pass for Ashley Ridge’s sole TD. Horry finished with seven receptions for 96 yards.
West Ashley stuffed the Swamp Foxes’ running game and scored touchdowns on a fumble return and an interception return. The Wildcats rushed for 308 yards and two touchdowns, and scored two TDs on pass plays.
Jarvel Gordaon led the Swamp Foxes’ defense with four tackles and five assists. Christian Garlan had three tackles and three assists, and Nick Downing had two tackles and three assists. TJ Wilson had nine assists. Omar Harris and Cade Branham both recovered a fumble for the Swamp Foxes.
This week, Ashley Ridge hosts Berkeley (2-2, 1-1 in Region 7-AAAAA). The Stags are coming off a 28-21 victory over Wando.
Shane DaRe scored on a 30-yard TD pass from Asa Windham for a 6-0 Pinewood lead. The Panthers (4-4) also scored on a short run in the second quarter before Augusta Christian started to pull away. Windham finished with more than 100 passing yards.
This week, Pinewood hosts Laurence Manning at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 15. It is the Panthers final home game of the regular season.