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Berkeley Co. unveils upgrades to Cypress Gardens boat landing

MONCKS CORNER, S.C. (WCIV) — The Lowcountry is a premier spot in the state to fish and go on the water. Berkeley County is now making it easier to access those waterways.The Berkeley County Roads & Bridges and Facilities & Grounds crews will unveil new improvements to the Cypress Gardens boat landing Wednesday at 4 p.m.County officials said over 100 boats come through the landing a day.Before the upgrades, there were only 35 parking spots for these boaters to use- forcing many to park farther down Cypress G...

MONCKS CORNER, S.C. (WCIV) — The Lowcountry is a premier spot in the state to fish and go on the water. Berkeley County is now making it easier to access those waterways.

The Berkeley County Roads & Bridges and Facilities & Grounds crews will unveil new improvements to the Cypress Gardens boat landing Wednesday at 4 p.m.

County officials said over 100 boats come through the landing a day.

Before the upgrades, there were only 35 parking spots for these boaters to use- forcing many to park farther down Cypress Gardens Road.

But with these new improvements, county officials said boaters will now have safer access to the water.

The Cypress Gardens boat landing now has over 91 boat and trailer parking spaces, as well as 47 passenger vehicle spots and four handicap boat trailer parking spots.

The additions make it one of the largest sites in the county.

Improvements were also made to the boat access points and a new pavilion was built for casual fishers.

The landing has fishing competitions- with nearly 90 boats regularly- held at this landing and county officials say these improvements will help provide the ample space needed for residents enjoy the water.

“In Berkeley County and in the Charleston area- but big time in Berkeley County- we have some of the best fisheries in the entire country,” Berkeley County Supervisor Johnny Cribb said. “We routinely had over 100 boats or 100 users. So, the project wasn't 'if you build it, they will come'. It was, they're already here and what are you gonna do about it.”

The improvements cost about $400,000.

Cribb says the manufacturing plant Dupont donated 100 percent of the land for these improvements, which eased the burden on the county's budget.

Not only do over 100 boats come through the landing a day, but officials say the number of casual fishers who come to the dock have increased ten-fold.

With the increased number of pedestrians in the area, county officials have some added new walkways and security measures for a safer experience.

The county planted new ropes and poles to carve out a safe pedestrian walkway, which they said was a priority at Cypress Gardens due to its proximity to the busy Cypress Gardens Road.

Additional security cameras and lighting have also been installed.

The Cypress Gardens landing is the first boat landing to receive these improvements by the county, with more planned improvements to others in the future.

County officials say it will cut down on traffic in the area and provide more access to waterways closer to home.

“Planting all those poles out there and rope is not inexpensive and easy to do. but it's really important to do so we can protect the pedestrians from the different vehicle traffic coming in,” Cribb said. “What you want to do is thin out the herd. The more quality safe boat landings you have, people want to go to the one closest to their home, but they will drive much further away if they need to. so, this helps us keep cars off the road needlessly.”

Cribb said the next project they are working on is the Spiers boat landing in Cross.

The brand-new site is planned to include 450 parking spaces for boaters and a full hiking trail for residents to use.

Moncks Corner 12u softball all-stars advance to state tournament

The championship game of the South Carolina Athletic Programs’ 12U all-star softball tournament was a continuation of Moncks Corner’s dominance.Moncks Corner finished the Southern District tournament with a sparkling 4-0 record after coasting past North Charleston, 14-6, at Wescott Park on June 16. It outscored opponents, 52-17, to punch a ticket to the state tournament at North Augusta’s Riverview Park.“They’re a very good team and they work hard,” Moncks Corner coach Dougie Floyd said. &ldq...

The championship game of the South Carolina Athletic Programs’ 12U all-star softball tournament was a continuation of Moncks Corner’s dominance.

Moncks Corner finished the Southern District tournament with a sparkling 4-0 record after coasting past North Charleston, 14-6, at Wescott Park on June 16. It outscored opponents, 52-17, to punch a ticket to the state tournament at North Augusta’s Riverview Park.

“They’re a very good team and they work hard,” Moncks Corner coach Dougie Floyd said. “They practice seriously, so when game time comes it’s much easier. All week they swung the bat well and we made the most of the routine plays.”

Floyd’s bunch defeated Goose Creek (7-2), Hanahan (16-6) and North Charleston (15-3) in the first three games.

The eight-team state tournament cranks up June 24. As the runner-up from the Southern District, North Charleston also advances.

“We’re capable of going all the way,” Floyd said. “If we can keep the bats going and play good defense, we’ve got a good chance.”

Moncks Corner came out swinging to take control early in the championship game, plating seven runs in the top of the first inning. First baseman Mariah Heath sparked the scoring with a two-run single and later added an RBI triple for the last run in the uprising. In between, outfielder Rachel Dephouse, outfielder Charlet Reed and pitcher Kaytie Googe knocked in runs with singles.

North Charleston scored three runs in the bottom of the first inning to get as close as it could.

Moncks Corner bumped up the lead to 8-3 in the top of the second and Heath drove in her fourth and fifth runs of the game with a single in the top of the third. Moncks Corner added another run in the third on a throwing error to go up, 11-3.

Googe worked out of a bases-loaded jam in the bottom of the inning to keep the advantage at eight runs and Moncks Corner scored two more runs in the top of the fourth. Kaylee Waters came across on a passed ball and Lily Myers plated a run on a groundout, making the score 13-3.

North Charleston stayed alive with a pair of runs in the bottom of the fourth. Moncks Corner scored a run on an error in the fifth and Googe kept North Charleston off the board in the bottom of the fifth to end it via the mercy rule.

Myers pitched the first inning for Moncks Corner before Googe finished up inside the circle. Heath is the team’s ace and threw all but one inning leading up to the championship game.

Other team members making an impact in the district tournament were Natalie Dephouse, Natalie Floyd, Leah Gaskins, Sarah Maxwell, Kylee Moody and Selah Severe.

Moncks Corner all-stars win

Moncks Corner’s Dixie Youth AA coach pitch all-stars scored the first five runs and the last 10 runs to finish off a perfect run in the District 7 tournament June 18, pulling away from Parks Field for a 15-4 victory.

Moncks Corner, which hosted the tournament, went 4-0 and moves on to the state tournament. It begins July 9 in Anderson.

“Parks Field is a really good ball club,” Moncks Corner coach Chris Ard said. “People asked me how I thought it was going to go and I was expecting a two-run game that could go either way. We just tried to pump our guys up. We practice them hard. We try to make them tough and ready for anything. I knew it was going to be tough but our guys showed up.”

Ard’s bunch jumped out to a 5-0 lead in its first two at-bats but Parks Field plated four runs in the bottom of the second inning to pull within a run. The host team, though, tightened up on defense and began to take control in the middle innings.

Moncks Corner scored two runs in the top of the third inning, three runs in the fourth inning and five more runs in the top of the fifth inning.

“We had that one bad inning,” Ard said. “Those four runs were basically on defensive errors. I’m pretty satisfied with everything else. We’re going to work on (fielding) a lot before the state tournament. We’re going to get them a lot of repetitions. Our practices are high intensity. We train them to play in these types of situations.”

The win was the second over Parks Field. Moncks Corner also defeated Wescott National and Wescott American.

The focus now shifts to how Moncks Corner will do at state. It takes on Central/Clemson at 1 p.m. on July 9 at the Anderson Sports and Entertainment Complex. If Moncks Corner wins the opener, it plays again at 5 p.m. the same day. If it loses, Moncks Corner plays its second game on July 10 at 1 p.m.

“We’re going to find out (what we’re capable of),” Ard said. “We were there last year. Moncks Corner made a good run. There will be a bunch of great teams up there. It’s a different level of competition. If we show up and we hustle, play hard and play defense, we’ll be just fine. We’re just going to give it all we’ve got.”

Moncks Corner team members are Wyatt Ard, Heath Boltin, Walt Boltin, Eli Brinson, Hayden Cummings, Jett Farr, Hunter Jones, Cannon Lee, Tristen Owens, Andrew Pauley, Jakobe Shaw and Lannan Speck.

ACROSS THE COUNTY: Moncks Corner all-stars advance to state tournament

The championship game of the South Carolina Athletic Programs’ 12U all-star softball tournament was a continuation of Moncks Corner’s dominance.Moncks Corner finished the Southern District tournament with a sparkling 4-0 record after coasting past North Charleston, 14-6, at Wescott Park on June 16. It outscored opponents, 52-17, to punch a ticket to the state tournament at North Augusta’s Riverview Park.“They’re a very good team and they work hard,” Moncks Corner coach Dougie Floyd said. &ldq...

The championship game of the South Carolina Athletic Programs’ 12U all-star softball tournament was a continuation of Moncks Corner’s dominance.

Moncks Corner finished the Southern District tournament with a sparkling 4-0 record after coasting past North Charleston, 14-6, at Wescott Park on June 16. It outscored opponents, 52-17, to punch a ticket to the state tournament at North Augusta’s Riverview Park.

“They’re a very good team and they work hard,” Moncks Corner coach Dougie Floyd said. “They practice seriously, so when game time comes it’s much easier. All week they swung the bat well and we made the most of the routine plays.”

Floyd’s bunch defeated Goose Creek (7-2), Hanahan (16-6) and North Charleston (15-3) in the first three games.

The eight-team state tournament cranks up June 24. As the runner-up from the Southern District, North Charleston also advances.

“We’re capable of going all the way,” Floyd said. “If we can keep the bats going and play good defense, we’ve got a good chance.”

Moncks Corner came out swinging to take control early in the championship game, plating seven runs in the top of the first inning. First baseman Mariah Heath sparked the scoring with a two-run single and later added an RBI triple for the last run in the uprising. In between, outfielder Rachel Dephouse, outfielder Charlet Reed and pitcher Kaytie Googe knocked in runs with singles.

North Charleston scored three runs in the bottom of the first inning to get as close as it could.

Moncks Corner bumped up the lead to 8-3 in the top of the second and Heath drove in her fourth and fifth runs of the game with a single in the top of the third. Moncks Corner added another run in the third on a throwing error to go up, 11-3.

Googe worked out of a bases-loaded jam in the bottom of the inning to keep the advantage at eight runs and Moncks Corner scored two more runs in the top of the fourth. Kaylee Waters came across on a passed ball and Lily Myers plated a run on a groundout, making the score 13-3.

North Charleston stayed alive with a pair of runs in the bottom of the fourth. Moncks Corner scored a run on an error in the fifth and Googe kept North Charleston off the board in the bottom of the fifth to end it via the mercy rule.

Myers pitched the first inning for Moncks Corner before Googe finished up inside the circle. Heath is the team’s ace and threw all but one inning leading up to the championship game.

More team members making an impact in the district tournament were Natalie Dephouse, Natalie Floyd, Leah Gaskins, Sarah Maxwell, Kylee Moody and Selah Severe.

Moncks Corner wins coach pitch all-stars crown

Moncks Corner’s Dixie Youth AA coach pitch all-stars scored the first five runs and the last 10 runs to finish off a perfect run in the District 7 tournament June 18, pulling away from Parks Field for a 15-4 victory.

Moncks Corner, which hosted the tournament, went 4-0 and moves on to the state tournament. It begins July 9 in Anderson.

“Parks Field is a really good ball club,” Moncks Corner coach Chris Ard said. “People asked me how I thought it was going to go and I was expecting a two-run game that could go either way. We just tried to pump our guys up. We practice them hard. We try to make them tough and ready for anything. I knew it was going to be tough but our guys showed up.”

Ard’s bunch jumped out to a 5-0 lead in its first two at-bats but Parks Field plated four runs in the bottom of the second inning to pull within a run. The host team, though, tightened up on defense and began to take control in the middle innings.

Moncks Corner scored two runs in the top of the third inning, three runs in the fourth inning and five more runs in the top of the fifth inning.

“We had that one bad inning,” Ard said. “Those four runs were basically on defensive errors. I’m pretty satisfied with everything else. We’re going to work on (fielding) a lot before the state tournament. We’re going to get them a lot of repetitions. Our practices are high intensity. We train them to play in these types of situations.”

The win was the second over Parks Field. Moncks Corner also defeated Wescott National and Wescott American.

The focus now shifts to how Moncks Corner will do at state. It takes on Central/Clemson at 1 p.m. on July 9 at the Anderson Sports and Entertainment Complex. If Moncks Corner wins the opener, it plays again at 5 p.m. the same day. If it loses, Moncks Corner plays its second game on July 10 at 1 p.m.

“We’re going to find out (what we’re capable of),” Ard said. “We were there last year. Moncks Corner made a good run. There will be a bunch of great teams up there. It’s a different level of competition. If we show up and we hustle, play hard and play defense, we’ll be just fine. We’re just going to give it all we’ve got.”

Moncks Corner team members are Wyatt Ard, Heath Boltin, Walt Boltin, Eli Brinson, Hayden Cummings, Jett Farr, Hunter Jones, Cannon Lee, Tristen Owens, Andrew Pauley, Jakobe Shaw and Lannan Speck.

SC veterans cemetery proposed on Santee Cooper property

MONCKS CORNER, S.C. (AP) — The South Carolina Department of Veterans’ Affairs is close to getting land for a new veterans cemetery from a public utility.Santee Cooper would donate 90 acres near its headquarters in Moncks Corner in Berkeley County under a plan approved May 24 by the state legislative panel that oversees capital improvement projects, The State reported.South Carolina has one of the nation’s largest per capita veteran populations, Veterans’ Affairs Secretary William Grimsley said. It has th...

MONCKS CORNER, S.C. (AP) — The South Carolina Department of Veterans’ Affairs is close to getting land for a new veterans cemetery from a public utility.

Santee Cooper would donate 90 acres near its headquarters in Moncks Corner in Berkeley County under a plan approved May 24 by the state legislative panel that oversees capital improvement projects, The State reported.

South Carolina has one of the nation’s largest per capita veteran populations, Veterans’ Affairs Secretary William Grimsley said. It has three national veterans cemeteries and one state veterans cemetery, and is looking to establish at least one more state veterans burial ground within the next decade, Grimsley said.

The state is home to about 400,000 veterans, nearly half of whom are 65 or older, and eight major U.S. military installations. While the veteran population in South Carolina is expected to decline somewhat in the decades ahead, the state should retain a higher concentration of veterans than most others, an advantage for securing federal dollars.

One or more new cemeteries would further expand the landscape of veterans services in South Carolina, which recently opened veterans nursing homes in Florence and Cherokee counties and has three more long-term care facilities for veterans in the works.

Over the past year, the veterans department has been scouting potential burial sites throughout the state and is attempting to get land donations in several locations, Grimsley said.

To qualify, a site must be easily accessible, have at least 60 acres of usable land with potential for expansion, be located more than 75 miles from any other veterans cemetery, among other conditions.

Once Veterans’ Affairs owns the land, the agency can apply for a grant from the National Cemetery Administration to cover development, construction and future burial costs, while the state would be responsible for day-to-day operations, staffing and landscaping, Grimsley said.

If Veterans’ Affairs does not receive federal grant approval, ownership reverts to the donor.

Local officials are talking with owners of sites in Bamberg and Union counties about possible donation, Grimsley said.

The Moncks Corner site is located along the U.S. Highway 52 bypass overlooking the Tailrace Canal and close to the historic sites of Fort Fairlawn, Stony Landing and the ruins of Biggin Church.

Santee Cooper acquired the land in 1991 but subsequently determined it did not need the property and has authorized its donation to Veterans’ Affairs.

“Santee Cooper is honored to have the opportunity to play a role in bringing a veteran’s cemetery to our community,” the utility’s general counsel wrote to the state’s Joint Bond Review Committee. The land, which currently serves as a recreation area that includes an off-road bicycle trail, has been appraised at nearly $2.2 million.

More than 45,000 veterans and their family members are buried in South Carolina’s four existing veterans cemeteries, located in Beaufort, Florence, Anderson and at Fort Jackson in Richland County, Grimsley said.

Beaufort, Florence and Fort Jackson are national cemeteries, accepting veterans from anywhere in the country. State cemeteries limit burial to South Carolina residents and service members who were stationed in the Palmetto State.

In addition to veterans, the cemeteries will accept one immediate family member.

All four of South Carolina’s veterans cemeteries are active and accepting new burials, but the Beaufort and Florence national cemeteries, which were established in the 19th century, are expected to be at capacity within the next two decades, Grimsley said.

M.J. “Dolly” Cooper Veterans Cemetery in Anderson, which opened in 2007, should remain active in its current configuration until about 2050. Fort Jackson National Cemetery, which opened in 2009, won’t be full until 2070, he said.

Moncks Corner starts fast, finishes strong to capture district title

Moncks Corner’s Dixie Youth AA coach pitch all-stars scored the first five runs and the last 10 runs to finish off a perfect run in the District 7 tournament June 18, pulling away from Parks Field for a 15-4 victory.Moncks Corner, which hosted the tournament, went 4-0 and moves on to the state tournament. It begins July 9 in Anderson.“Parks Field is a really good ball club,” Moncks Corner coach Chris Ard said. “People asked me how I thought it was going to go and I was expecting a two-run game that could...

Moncks Corner’s Dixie Youth AA coach pitch all-stars scored the first five runs and the last 10 runs to finish off a perfect run in the District 7 tournament June 18, pulling away from Parks Field for a 15-4 victory.

Moncks Corner, which hosted the tournament, went 4-0 and moves on to the state tournament. It begins July 9 in Anderson.

“Parks Field is a really good ball club,” Moncks Corner coach Chris Ard said. “People asked me how I thought it was going to go and I was expecting a two-run game that could go either way. We just tried to pump our guys up. We practice them hard. We try to make them tough and ready for anything. I knew it was going to be tough but our guys showed up.”

Ard’s bunch jumped out to a 5-0 lead in its first two at-bats but Parks Field plated four runs in the bottom of the second inning to pull within a run. The host team, though, tightened up on defense and began to take control in the middle innings.

Moncks Corner scored two runs in the top of the third inning, three runs in the fourth inning and five more runs in the top of the fifth inning.

“We had that one bad inning,” Ard said. “Those four runs were basically on defensive errors. I’m pretty satisfied with everything else. We’re going to work on (fielding) a lot before the state tournament. We’re going to get them a lot of repetitions. Our practices are high intensity. We train them to play in these types of situations.”

The win was the second over Parks Field. Moncks Corner also defeated Wescott National and Wescott American.

The focus now shifts to how Moncks Corner will do at state. It takes on Central/Clemson at 1 p.m. on July 9 at the Anderson Sports and Entertainment Complex. If Moncks Corner wins the opener, it plays again at 5 p.m. the same day. If it loses, Moncks Corner plays its second game on July 10 at 1 p.m.

“We’re going to find out (what we’re capable of),” Ard said. “We were there last year. Moncks Corner made a good run. There will be a bunch of great teams up there. It’s a different level of competition. If we show up and we hustle, play hard and play defense, we’ll be just fine. We’re just going to give it all we’ve got.”

Moncks Corner team members are Wyatt Ard, Heath Boltin, Walt Boltin, Eli Brinson, Hayden Cummings, Jett Farr, Hunter Jones, Cannon Lee, Tristen Owens, Andrew Pauley, Jakobe Shaw and Lannan Speck.

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