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17 acres of land in Hanahan by Tanner Hall causes dispute between neighbors and developer

HANAHAN, S.C. (WCIV) — Some Hanahan residents are unhappy about potential plans for a new apartment complex.The plot is 17 acres of land near Tanner Hall. Right...

HANAHAN, S.C. (WCIV) — Some Hanahan residents are unhappy about potential plans for a new apartment complex.

The plot is 17 acres of land near Tanner Hall. Right now the land is zoned for single-family use, but the developer wants to change it to multi-family use to build about 300 apartments.

"It's zoned single-family dwellings and it would hold about 70 additional homes. It's up for rezoning now," said Sean Kennedy, a Tanner Hall resident of 16 years. "I want to point out- this is for the second time in less than six months."

Kennedy says he wants the acres to be homes since that is what the land is zoned for. There are signs all throughout the neighborhood saying, "Say no to re-zoning."

"We have more apartments than what is needed," Kennedy said. "You can go half a mile, a 5-minute walk, and there are hundreds and hundreds of apartments."

"They are going to negatively affect my home, my community, my neighborhood, and my quality of life," said Brittany Wood, a Tanner Hall resident of two years.

The developer, Panther Resident Management, feels differently than the residents. They are requesting the City of Hanahan to re-zone the property.

"We think this project is a huge win-win for the City of Hanahan," said Eric Wardrop, principal at Panther Residential Management. "There are housing shortages all over Charleston. Hanahan is no different."

The planning commission meeting was supposed to happen Tuesday night but now is pushed to February. Wardrop said they have been meeting with city officials and residents to build the best plan for the community.

"[The current plans] included shifting buildings, enhancing landscaping buffers, enhancing security and procedures throughout the complex, fence around the gated community," said Wardrop. "A project like this is not detrimental to Hanahan where housing is expensive; not a lot of affordable options."

Still, Tanner Hall residents are concerned.

"No one wants to see Hanahan become a sea of apartment complexes like you can see in other parts of Charleston," said Wood.

The next planning commission meeting for the City of Hanahan is on February 2.

High School Scoop - Thursday December 22, 2022

Since 1999, all sources remain confidential. Mail@FootballScoop.com or 225.229.3429Fleming Island (FL): Chad Parker has accepted the head coaching job.Loyola Academy (Wilmette, IL): Loyola Academy is looking to hire a new head coach. The Head Football Coach is responsible for staffing at all aspects of the Football Program (Freshman A/B, Sophomore and Varsity), scheduling opponents (in conjunction with the Athletic Dire...

Since 1999, all sources remain confidential. Mail@FootballScoop.com or 225.229.3429

Fleming Island (FL): Chad Parker has accepted the head coaching job.

Loyola Academy (Wilmette, IL): Loyola Academy is looking to hire a new head coach. The Head Football Coach is responsible for staffing at all aspects of the Football Program (Freshman A/B, Sophomore and Varsity), scheduling opponents (in conjunction with the Athletic Director), strength & conditioning (off season & in season program), and coaching team members. Interested parties can apply via this link.

Western (Las Vegas, NV): Western HS is completing its new staff and has openings for coaches at multiple positions. Coordinator positions will be considered for qualified candidates. There are several teaching and non faculty positions on campus. Candidates with college experience or HS coordinator experience will be given preference. Candidates seeking teaching positions must have or be able to obtain a Nevada Teachers License. Interested applicants should contact Athletic Director John Norton at nortoj@nv.ccsd.net.

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Loyola Academy (Wilmette, IL): After 17 years, and three state titles head coach John Holecek is retiring from coaching high school football.

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Wellington Community (FL): Wellington Community HS is seeking applicants for the position of Varsity Head Football Coach. The selected candidate will oversee, and be responsible, for the all operations related to the football program. This will include all three teams - Freshmen, JV and Varsity. If you are interested in applying, please forward your résumé, letter of interest, and the contact information for at least three references to Athletic Director, Robert Callovi, via email at robert.callovi@palmbeachschools.org.

Hanahan (SC): Hanahan HS has an opening for a Head Football Coach/teaching position (position TBD). We are a 3A school, located just outside of Charleston, SC in the Berkeley County School District. All interested applicants should apply at www.bcsdschools.net and email a letter of interest and resume to our Athletic Director Kim Joseph at josephk@bcsdschools.net. The position will close on December 29.

Hanahan caps eventful week with a win over Timberland

ST. STEPHEN —It was an eventful week for the Hanahan Hawks, but it ended about like it should have for the seventh-ranked team in Class AAA against a winless Class AA squad.The Hawks, now guided by interim coach Steve Blanchard, used some second half theatrics to take out rival Timberland, 30-24, on Sept. 16 in a non-region high school football clash.Hanahan improved to 3-0 while Timberland fell 0-5.It was an impressive victory for the Hawks, considering the unexpected winds of change that blew earlier in the week....

ST. STEPHEN —It was an eventful week for the Hanahan Hawks, but it ended about like it should have for the seventh-ranked team in Class AAA against a winless Class AA squad.

The Hawks, now guided by interim coach Steve Blanchard, used some second half theatrics to take out rival Timberland, 30-24, on Sept. 16 in a non-region high school football clash.

Hanahan improved to 3-0 while Timberland fell 0-5.

It was an impressive victory for the Hawks, considering the unexpected winds of change that blew earlier in the week. The Berkeley County School District released a statement Sept. 14 saying Blanchard was taking over for third-year coach Art Craig on an interim basis with no further details.

It remains unclear what Craig’s status is with the program or whether he will return this season. The school district said it couldn’t comment on personnel matters.

“This was a great game,” Blanchard said. “We had a lot of stuff going on this week, so we knew we had to corral them a little bit. For us to come back like this in the second half is a testament to our coaches’ halftime adjustments. They did an amazing job. I’m so proud of our kids.”

The Hawks found themselves in a battle against the upset-minded Wolves and trailed 16-0 at halftime. The second half belonged to the Hawks, though.

Running back Kevon Rivera’s 8-yard run capped a 43-yard drive with 50 seconds left to put the Hawks ahead, 28-24. A pass on the 2-point conversion was successful.

Hanahan’s defense denied the Wolves on four downs near midfield to secure the victory, which would have marked a successful return to Timberland for Craig. He won two state championships and almost 200 games with the Wolves before taking over Hanahan prior to the 2020 season.

Instead, it goes down as win No. 1 for Blanchard in the 2022 campaign and the first for the Hawks here since 2002. It also snapped a four-game skid in the series, now led by Timberland, 18-8.

“Any time you play a game here you can throw out the records,” Blanchard said. “Timberland is always going to play hard. They’re a county team. We’re a county team. This is just how our games play out.”

Blanchard, a 1984 Berkeley High graduate, was previously head coach at Estill and Andrews high schools and served as an assistant for several programs, including Timberland and Berkeley. He became Hanahan’s defensive coordinator in 2013.

Timberland dominated the first half against the visitors, scoring all of its points in the second quarter to build a 16-0 halftime advantage. Wolves running back Omari Jenkins broke the stalemate on a 7-yard run with 9:37 left in the second quarter but the extra point was blocked.

After the Wolves tackled Rivera in the end zone for a safety with under three minutes left in the first half, Timberland went 45 yards to extend its lead on Jakiri Simmons’ 21-yard burst around the outside with under a minute remaining in the opening half.

The Hawks sprang to life in the third quarter to get back in it.

Following an exchange of punts, the Hawks put together a 55-yard scoring drive to get on the board. Fullback Cooper Smith ran the final eight yards for the touchdown with 5:47 remaining in the period and Rivera added the 2-point run as the Hawks cut their deficit in half, 16-8.

Timberland’s first crucial mistake came back to haunt the Wolves moments later. Hanahan jumped on a fumble at the Wolves 15 and turned it into quarterback Jaden Cummings’ 1-yard plunge. Cummings tacked on the 2-point run to even it at 16-16 just over two minutes after the first touchdown.

Hanahan’s defense recorded a quick three-and-out and the Hawks started on their own 26 on the first play of the fourth quarter. Hanahan surgically moved down the field on a go-ahead drive.

Rivera carried it 16 yards to the 1 and Cummings scored from short distance for the second time with 7:38 left in the game. The extra point, though, was no good and the Hawks led, 22-16.

After another exchange of punts, Timberland’s sideline woke up when Jenkins sprinted 66 yards for a tying touchdown with 3:16 remaining. He kept it on the 2-point play right up the middle to put the Wolves ahead, 24-22.

Hanahan wiggled off the hook on its last drive after Rivera returned the kickoff to Timberland’s 43 with 3:04 remaining. The final possession was mostly Rivera running behind his blocking.

“We give Kevon the ball when we have to,” Blanchard said.

The Hawks host Porter-Gaud Sept. 23 and Timberland goes to West Ashley.

Hanahan creates master plan, looks to revitalize town center with new businesses

HANAHAN, S.C. (WCIV) — Hanahan wants to expand.The city of Hanahan has developed a master plan to revitalize its town center and bring more businesses to the area.Kristen O'Neill is a part owner of Theory Collective in Hanahan. The hair salon opened about a year ago."Our team is growing...

HANAHAN, S.C. (WCIV) — Hanahan wants to expand.

The city of Hanahan has developed a master plan to revitalize its town center and bring more businesses to the area.

Kristen O'Neill is a part owner of Theory Collective in Hanahan. The hair salon opened about a year ago.

"Our team is growing. It's great. We offer more services and see more clients," said O'Neill.

O’Neill said she is happy the city is working to bring in more businesses. She thinks more storefronts could mean more traffic at the salon.

"I think it would be great, I mean, especially on Yeamans Hall Road, there is not a whole lot. There's gas stations. It would be great to get a bite to eat up the road," said O'Neill.

She thinks it would be great to work with new businesses.

"We love partnering with local businesses. We have done it in the past and we will do it in the future. However we can support local businesses, we will," said O'Neill.

Mayor Christie Rainwater says there are things that are missing from the city.

"The truth is, we are missing quality businesses, restaurants, boutiques. That’s something people want to see come in. They don’t want to have to go to North Charleston or a neighboring city to go to the doctor," said Mayor Rainwater.

She wants to know what residents see for the future of the town center.

The plan is something they can use to present to those who are interested in coming to the area.

"It really gives us resources that we need to present to people who would like to bring their development or business to Hanahan, and say this is where it may fit best," said the mayor.

The city wants to continue hearing from residents. They have a survey on their website at cityofhanahan.com.

"If you have a dream inside of you and you want to bring it to the downtown of Hanahan, we would love to work with you to do that," said Rainwater.

Top-ranked Stratford girls head into region play on win streak

Kelly McNeil flung open the locker room door and felt like spitting nails.But the Stratford girls basketball coach didn’t have to say a whole lot after her team’s 38-35 loss at James Island last month. A key injury and foul trouble on the road doomed the No. 5 team in Class AAAAA in their first loss of the regular season.“I didn’t say a word,” McNeil said. “They said they have no idea what’s going to happen to them the next time they see us. Things have become very personal for them. Th...

Kelly McNeil flung open the locker room door and felt like spitting nails.

But the Stratford girls basketball coach didn’t have to say a whole lot after her team’s 38-35 loss at James Island last month. A key injury and foul trouble on the road doomed the No. 5 team in Class AAAAA in their first loss of the regular season.

“I didn’t say a word,” McNeil said. “They said they have no idea what’s going to happen to them the next time they see us. Things have become very personal for them. That’s something I’ve been trying to ingrain in them since I got here.”

The upset loss sparked a turnaround and Stratford hasn’t tasted defeat since also rising to No. 1 in the most recent Class AAAAA poll by the South Carolina Basketball Coaches Association.

A victory on Jan. 3 at West Ashley was the eighth straight for McNeil’s bunch, a stretch that includes a 24-point victory against James Island on Dec. 20. Stratford also swept three games in three days at home to win a Carolina Invitational division Dec. 28-30.

The Knights knocked off Augusta Christian (54-14), University WVa. (48-45) and Forbush N.C. (39-23) in the annual event to continue building momentum for the most important part of the season.

Senior guard Yasmine Cook and sophomore guard Ciara Mustapher pace the Knights on the scoreboard, averaging 14.7 and 10.6 points. Senior guard Kaleyia Brown and senior forward Ta’Liya Griffin chip in better than seven points a game. Senior point guard Kiki Prudhomme adds 6.5 points a contest while leading the way in steals and assists. Cook tracks down a team-high 5.1 boards a game.

Mustapher knocked down six shots from beyond the arc against Augusta Christian, pouring in a season-high 23 points. More of that takes Stratford to a whole new level on the offensive end of the floor.

“She’s very quiet and subdued, but when she starts hitting them like that she’s begging for the ball,” McNeil said of the lone underclassman who starts. “It relieves Yasmine a little bit. Most people are worried about her when we come in. Ciara gets lost in that. Now, they’ve got to come out on her. We like to press out of a make anyway so when she’s firing them up like that, it just gets us going off our press. With Kiki and Yasmine’s long arms, we can get layup after layup.”

Prudhomme almost had a triple-double before Christmas.

“If she has a stretch of games like that where she scores 14 points, 16 points or 18 points, that’s pretty remarkable,” McNeil said. “She likes to give up the ball but our press generates points for her. It’s a lot like Ciara. If she’s going off scoring, you can bet somebody else is too. It rallies us up and gets us hungry.”

Next up is the Region 6-AAAAA slate for the 13-1 Knights. The curtain will be pulled back Jan. 13 at defending league champion Cane Bay, which swept Stratford last winter.

“Everything we’ve done up until now is about fixing things before region starts,” McNeil said. “Now, it’s here. Region is what matters. Hopefully, they’re buying into that part. I know they’re still burning from last year (losing to Cane Bay twice). It was a hyped up thing and we didn’t play well.”

The Cobras are powered by Charleston Southern signee Alaina Nettles, one of the top seniors in the state. She exited Christmas break averaging 19 points, 8.9 rebounds, 6.3 steals and 3.8 assists. Last season, Nettles torched the Knights for 28 and 20 points in a pair of victories by 22 and 15 points.

“Mathematically in my head, she brings anywhere from 25 to 28 points,” McNeil said. “Even on a tough night for her, she’s still 15 to 18 points. We need to force their other players to consistently score.”

Stratford will enter the showdown not having played a game in nine days. Cane Bay, meanwhile, will have seen action three more times (Jan. 4, 6 and 10).

“I don’t know if that is going to help us or hurt us,” McNeil said. “Cane Bay always has an answer for us. It doesn’t matter what’s at stake. They always play us tough. It’s developed more into an understood rivalry. I’m always expecting Alaina to do what Alaina does and hopefully we have an answer for her. Hopefully, we’re able to play well.”

Hanahan girls 34,

Charleston Math and Science 28

Ashtyn Adams paced the Hawks with 19 points and Camdyn Lawson added nine points in Hanahan’s win on January 4.

Cane Bay boys 73,

Timberland 28

Twelve players scored for Cane Bay as it coasted by Timberland, 73-28, on January 4. Jordyn McKeen and Isaac Smalls were in double figures for the Cobras with 15 and 11 points. The Cobras moved to 11-4 on the season.

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