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The best countertops make a statement in your home that other features cannot. You've worked hard to incorporate unique designs and flavors throughout your home, so why should your countertops be any different?

At Real Deal Countertops, we aspire to combine the beauty and durability of natural stone with unrivaled, personalized attention to all customers. With the highest quality materials and the most helpful customer service, we give our clients the opportunity to make informed decisions that they feel good about for years. Our story in the countertop fabrication and manufacturing industry began more than 19 years ago, when Rafael Quedevez started out as a sales representative in Massachusetts. Working his way up through the ranks, Rafael soon made his way to South Carolina to open and manage his own companies. In 2013, we created real Deal Countertops. Since that time, we are proud to have served more than 5,000 customers in South Carolina and beyond.

Our leadership team combines more than 40 years of experience in the home remodeling service industry. Always striving to create a better product for our customers, we use the latest in robotics technologies and the sharpest minds in the business to craft countertops of unparalleled quality. Unlike other countertop companies in Charleston, SC, we only source the finest stone slabs in the world.

At Real Deal Countertops, we offer a wide range of styles and materials to choose from, including:

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Quartzite

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Caesarstone

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Silestone

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Marble

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Sensa

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Pollar White

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Vicostone

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Quartz

We are committed to ensuring that granite, marble, and other unique, exotic stones are attainable to all who desire them. If you're in search of a trustworthy counter company with a team of knowledgeable, helpful experts, you have come to the right place!

Most Popular Countertops in Charleston, SC

Choosing the best countertops for your kitchen is an important decision, but it doesn't have to be a hard one. One of the best ways to narrow down your search is to find out what kind of countertop material you'd like to use. While it's true that material and style trends change over time, there are several counters that have always been top sellers.

Some of the most popular countertops we sell include:

Marble Countertops in Charleston, SC

There's no way around it - marble adds jaw-dropping beauty to just about any room and is known for its good looks. It is a dense stone that comes in many different hues like greens, browns, pinks, greys, whites, and more. While marble countertops often have otherworldly beauty, they can be susceptible to stains and cracks. Marble is also considered one of the most expensive counters to choose from, though the truth is marble comes in a wide range of qualities and prices.

  • Pros: Stunning beauty, plenty of beautiful choices.
  • Cons: Not always used in kitchens due to chance of staining.
  • Popular Colors: Portinari, Shadow Storm, Super White, Lumen, Calacatta Linconni, Nobulato Honned, Shadow, Grey Imperiale Honed.
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Granite Countertops in Charleston, SC

When it comes to popularity, granite countertops take the cake. Granite countertops usually contain a blend of quartz, feldspar, mica, and other minerals. Granite can add an edge of elegance and even a country-chic feel to your kitchen, making it a well-rounded stone. Granite is durable and scratch-resistant, though it can require sealing and DIY chip repair.

  • Pros: Luxurious, rich look featuring natural stone that is durable, heat resistant, and scratch-resistant.
  • Cons: Hard material that may require DIY chip repair and sealing.
  • Popular Colors: Blue Jeans, Creama Pearl, Alure, Galaxy White, Luna Pear, Steel Grey, Ubatuba, Oro Brazil.

Quartz Countertops in Charleston, SC

Quartz is a manufactured material that represents one of our favorite four-letter words: easy! If you're looking to add a high-end feel to your kitchen or bathroom, quartz is an excellent material to consider. Like granite, quartz countertops can add a decadent vibe to any room. Unlike granite, you may not have to seal quartz quite as often (if ever).

  • Pros: Quartz countertops come in plenty of colors to choose from and are easy to clean. They are also strong, scratch-resistant, and don't require sealing.
  • Cons: Quartz is not as heat resistant as other materials like granite counters. Sharp corners tend to crack, but that can be remedied with rounded corners.
  • Popular Colors: Noble Grey, Raw Concrete, Frosty Carrina, Shitake, Pebble, Pietra Grey, Sierra Madre, Arctic.
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Silestone Countertops in Charleston, SC

A manufactured material made from quartz crystals, Silestone countertops are equal parts gorgeous and practical. Known for being a durable, non-porous choice, Silestone is resistant to stains, scratches, and even some forms of bacteria. Homeowners who choose Silestone do so because they can get a high-end look without having to worry too much about maintenance. Silestone counters look great in many different homes, from contemporary abodes with modern accents to vintage-looking kitchens.

  • Pros: Silestone countertops are non-porous, meaning germs and bacteria can't lodge themselves inside this material. This makes Silestone counters great for kitchens and bathrooms alike. This material also comes in a wide variety of colors and resists scratches and chips. Overall, Silestone is an excellent choice if you want to make a solid long-term investment without much upkeep.
  • Cons: While Silestone is great if you're looking for a low-maintenance counter option, it can be sensitive to harsh chemicals like bleach and ammonia. Silestone is also not recommended for outdoor use since the resins used to make the material do not do well with UV light.
  • Popular Colors: Daria, Gray Expo, Lagoon, Calacatta Gold, Arctic, Blanco City, Gris Expo, Desert Silver

Quartzite Countertops in Charleston, SC

Not to be confused with quartz countertops, which are manmade, quartzite is a naturally occurring stone that is quarried much in the same way that granite is. If you're a fan of marble counters, quartzite mimics its looks without as much upkeep. Like granite, it is a very durable choice and adds an upscale feeling to almost any room you choose.

  • Pros: Since it doesn't require any special cleaners, quartzite looks great without much maintenance. When it gets dirty, soap and water should be all you need to clean. Quartzite is also a great long-term option since it doesn't wear down quickly at all.
  • Cons: Heat is required to form quartzite. However, you should avoid putting hot pots and pans on your quartzite countertops. Because quartzite comes in many different varieties, some forms of quartzite need to be sealed more often than others.
  • Popular Colors: Maya, Fusion, Locomotion, Callacata, Airy Concrete, Cocada White
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Which Countertop is Right for You?

If you're just beginning your search for new countertops, it can be a little overwhelming trying to whittle down your options. We've got good news - with over 19 years in the industry, our team of experts has learned a thing or two about countertops. When you come to the Real Deal Countertops showroom, one of our goals is to educate you about our products and your countertop options, so you can make an educated purchasing decision.

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How Will You Use Your Countertops in Charleston?

The first and perhaps most crucial part of your countertop choice should stem from how you and your family use your countertops. For example, if you have kids, your counters will probably see a lot of activity. Between standard eating times and "in-between" meals that teens are known for, your counters might double as food prep stations. As such, you might need a countertop material that is resistant to most food and beverage stains. If you own a rental property that sees a lot of foot traffic from strangers, you might want to consider an economical material that is also durable.

  • Do you cook a lot?
  • Do you host a lot of parties?
  • How long will you be living in your home?
  • How long will you be living in your home?
Once you figure out exactly how you'll be using your countertops, you can begin to narrow down your choices.
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How Much Upkeep Is Too Much?

Be realistic and honest with yourself about this question. Before you fall in love with how a countertop material looks, be sure you understand how much upkeep is needed. Some materials require more care, while others don't need much at all.

Keep these points in mind:
  • Materials like quartz only need to be wiped down occasionally.
  • Materials like granite, marble, and limestone will need to be sealed at least once a year.
  • Some materials may be durable but aren't stain resistant.

The bottom line is this: Assess the maintenance demands that come along with the materials you're looking at. Marble countertops in Charleston, SC are elegant, but if you'e unwilling to keep them looking their best, why bother buying the material?

You should be aware that most countertop materials will require some form of upkeep, even if it' minimal. To help keep your counters in pristine condition, consider these care and precaution tips:

  • Many common foods contain acids that will dull or even damage the surface of stone countertops.Use coasters to protect your counters, especially if you'e drinking something with citrus juices or alcohol.
  • Do not place scalding hot pots or pans directly on your countertops.
  • Use mats or trivets to place under hot dishes.
  • If you spill liquid on your countertops, blot the spill with a paper towel ASAP. Wiping the spill will cause it to spread.
  • Use mild soap and plain water to clean up stains.

Which Colors and Materials Match Your Home's Aesthetics?

For many homeowners, this question is almost always top-of-mind. After all, you want to choose colors and materials that fit well with other features in your home. When selecting your countertop materials, try to choose a tone that contrasts with your other amenities, like your cabinets. Don't go for a perfect match. As an example, black granite is a beautiful contrast to white cabinets.

Consider these questions when choosing your countertop materials:
  • Are there one or two colors that you love more than others?
  • Does your choice go well with the color of your kitchen's walls?
  • Do you want to switch up your kitchen's style or keep it the same?
  • Will you be painting your kitchen a different color in the future?
  • Will you be replacing your appliances soon?
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Real Deal Countertops Pro Tip:

Because your home's accessories and paint job may change with time, your countertops should have a versatile color. That way, you won't have problems matching them with new paint colors or appliances.

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Countertop Remodeling Done Right

At Real Deal Countertops, our #1 priority is your satisfaction. Unlike some countertop companies in Charleston, we make it a point to exceed our customer's expectations. We strive for excellence with every transaction we complete and pledge to faithfully implement innovative techniques to ensure that our products remain affordable. With the help of Real Deal Countertops, remodeling your kitchen and bath will be painless and easy.

The appearance of a kitchen or bath depends on the right countertop selection, proper fabrication, and expert installation. Are you interested in granite countertops in Charleston, SC? Maybe quartzite is a better choice for your family. Whatever you choose, know that our skilled installers and fabricators will make a template so that all custom pieces fit perfectly in your home.

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‘So terrified for his safety’: Charleston family searching for answers after man disappears while vacationing in Mexico

CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCBD)- A family is searching for answers after a Charleston man went missing while on vacation in Mexico earlier this week.Savannah Miller said her father Edmond Bradley Solomon III, 66, was recently diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia, a type of degenerative disorder that affects a person’s behavior, rather than memory.“He sometimes says odd things and behaves erratically — or oddly — because he’s just doing what he knows how to do,” Miller explained. “He can&rsquo...

CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCBD)- A family is searching for answers after a Charleston man went missing while on vacation in Mexico earlier this week.

Savannah Miller said her father Edmond Bradley Solomon III, 66, was recently diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia, a type of degenerative disorder that affects a person’s behavior, rather than memory.

“He sometimes says odd things and behaves erratically — or oddly — because he’s just doing what he knows how to do,” Miller explained. “He can’t process the same way you or I can.”

Solomon recently embarked on a Caribbean cruise with his wife, Mimi, and other family members. But, the trip soon took a distressing turn after he disappeared during one of their stops in Cozumel, Mexico.

Miller said the couple got off the ship early Wednesday afternoon to use the restrooms before leaving the terminal.

“When my stepmom, Mimi, came out, he wasn’t there,” Miller said. “She thought he might still be in the bathroom so she waited for him for a few minutes. He didn’t come out.”

Another family member went into the restroom to check on Solomon, but he was not there.

“That was the point that we knew he was lost,” Miller said. “We know that no matter where he was he would have difficulty understanding what was going on and communicating his needs due to his dementia. I think everyone just immediately became so terrified for his safety.”

The next morning, Miller said she received a call that her father was missing.

“I got the call about 5:30 in the morning and I just froze,” she said. “I didn’t even know how to process this information.”

Local authorities said Solomon was last seen along the road of Isla de la Pasión in Cozumel on Wednesday evening. He was wearing a white t-shirt, grey shorts, and dark sunglasses.

Solomon grew up in West Ashley and has spent his professional career working as a critical care nurse at Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center in downtown Charleston, according to Miller. He is also an avid surfer and fisherman, although they said his condition has limited his ability.

“He liked to be with the people that he loved…he was always making sure that we were safe and we were cared for no matter who it was,” Miller said. “He’s always been a fixer and someone who’s just drawn to helping other people.”

Miller is now pleading for the community to return the favor and help her family find their loved one.

“I think it’s important to recognize how much time he’s put into helping others and it’s time to give back,” she said. “I think the best thing that anyone can do is just spread the word. Start yelling and screaming. Elevate it as much as possible so that there is awareness and so everyone on the island is looking for him.”

Solomon’s wife has remained in Mexico while the search continues. Miller and other family members will join her this weekend. A GoFundMe has been set up to help the family with travel expenses.

“I’m really looking forward to having Mimi by my side and being able to give my dad a hug again,” Miller said.

The family has been in contact with the U.S. Embassy in Mexico City and the U.S. Consulate.

In a statement to News 2, a spokesperson for the FBI Columbia field office said they are aware of the missing person report but cannot comment at this time. The agency referred questions to the State Department.

Thai pop-up from former Xiao Bao chef brings the heat to Colectivo on Monday nights

Pop-Up Picks is a recurring series in The Post and Courier’s Food Section that previews an upcoming pop-up breakfast, lunch or dinner and the chefs behind it.You might have heard of Colectivo, the Johns Island restaurant pairing traditional Mexic...

Pop-Up Picks is a recurring series in The Post and Courier’s Food Section that previews an upcoming pop-up breakfast, lunch or dinner and the chefs behind it.

You might have heard of Colectivo, the Johns Island restaurant pairing traditional Mexican dishes with creative chef-inspired spins.

Led by chef Alex Yellan, Colectivo is open for dinner Wednesday through Saturday, but it’s worth swinging by on a Monday.

That’s when, starting at 4 p.m., Yellan’s former Xiao Bao Biscuit colleague Jamey Fairchild transforms the space into Gingerbug, a pop-up inspired by Thailand.

On those nights, the space looks the same, save for the Thai cooking shows playing on Colectivo’s two televisions and a few decorations, including a makrut tree pulled in and placed next to the bar.

Strands of the fragrant lime leaves poking out of the tree’s branches garnish Gingerbug’s grilled shrimp, which are laced in lemongrass, chili paste and galangal, and simmered in coconut cream. Served in a small bowl, the saucy shrimp can be spooned into a lettuce or endive cup, creating a wrap with a mouth-tingling spice cooled by a slice of mango.

Gingerbug’s menu changes monthly, sometimes weekly. Recent items have included barbecued lamb belly, dry-aged beef sausage with a sizzling-hot papaya salad, spiced duck leg curry and curried mushrooms with coconut sticky rice.

Fairchild’s use of Thai spices, such as the white and black peppercorn and lemon coriander crusting the fried ribs, awaken the palate, making you reach for another bite well after you’re full.

“I’ve never had a cuisine where the flavors are so big,” Fairchild said of the Thai food that drives his cooking. “That’s the most craveable food for me … big flavor food and a bit intense.”

Yes, the food at Gingerbug is delicious. Yes, you can only get it one night a week. There’s a reason for the pop-up's light schedule.

Fairchild, who launched Gingerbug with Colectivo co-owner Chad Dennis in 2019, wanted to spend more time with his two daughters. He knew he couldn’t do so while working long hours in restaurant kitchens.

“I think I just woke up one day and was like, ‘I really want to be there for my daughters' lives as they grow up,’ ” Fairchild said.

Gingerbug has given the chef the platform to cook the food he loves. He credits his team, which includes sous chef Matt Horton and manager Hannah Shook, and Colectivo for helping Gingerbug see a strong showing of guests each Monday evening.

“They’ve put together an amazing space,” Fairchild said of Colectivo. “I’m very grateful to be a part of it, but I’m also such a small part of it.”

Gingerbug is open from 4-9 p.m. (or sold out) on Mondays. For more information, follow Gingerbug on Instagram @gingerbugchs.

The Kings of King Street: Speaker recalls Jewish merchants

While South Carolina is best known for being the birthplace of the American Civil War at Fort Sumter and where barbeque originated, not everyone is aware of the impact of Jewish settlers and their descendants on the Palmetto State’s largest city of Charleston.The history of the ethnoreligious group dates back to the 1700s, explained local historian Doreen Larimer during her appearance at the April 2 Rotary Club of Mount Pleasant meeting. In fact, several Jews relocated to Charleston in the 1700s from London, and by 1800, there w...

While South Carolina is best known for being the birthplace of the American Civil War at Fort Sumter and where barbeque originated, not everyone is aware of the impact of Jewish settlers and their descendants on the Palmetto State’s largest city of Charleston.

The history of the ethnoreligious group dates back to the 1700s, explained local historian Doreen Larimer during her appearance at the April 2 Rotary Club of Mount Pleasant meeting. In fact, several Jews relocated to Charleston in the 1700s from London, and by 1800, there were more Jewish folk residing in South Carolina (approximately 2,000) than in any other state.

“In the late 1800s, there was a different migration coming. This would have been from Eastern Europe and Russia coming to Charleston. And when they settled in [South] Carolina, and in Charleston, they’re primarily on Main Street and St. Philip Street,” said Larimer.

World War II brought in a new influx of Jews, but by that time, an assortment of Jewish merchants were already thriving in the area.

By 1948, shared Larimer, there were more than 1,900 Jews living in the Holy City, with most serving as merchants who peddled clothing. About 75 percent of them, she noted, were born in the United States.

The raconteur apprised Rotarians of the common line of generational progression that would emerge, as the initial wave of ancestors were primarily store employees. Their children would go on to open their own stores, while their offspring oftentimes became doctors and lawyers.

Among the more prominent turn-of-the-century merchants was Isaac Wolf (also spelled Wolfe) Banov, a Poland native born in 1862, who operated a tailor shop on King Street before partnering with Joseph Volaski (his wife’s half-brother) to open Banov & Volaski in 1892.

Currently occupied by the Francis Marion Hotel in Downtown Charleston, Banov & Volaski sold ready-made men’s clothing, gents’ furnishings, hats and shoes. An old flier reads: “The Maximum of Value at a Minimum of Price.”

One of the individuals who worked in the store was Banov’s cousin, Sam Berlin, who went on to assume ownership of a local men’s apparel shop, known as Berlin’s. The retail venue — which is still in existence today — was founded in 1883 by an Eastern European immigrant, Henry Berlinski, who moved to the US with $1.38 in his pocket.

Another enterprising employee whose career path began at Banov & Volaski was Jack Krawcheck, who immigrated from Poland with his parents in 1906 at the age of seven.

Krawcheck and his wife, Esther Bielsky Krawcheck, had four children, the youngest of whom (Lenny, 83, a local attorney) was in the audience during Larimer’s presentation.

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After toiling in a men’s clothing shop as a delivery boy, the elder Krawcheck began clerking, a term used for employees who performed sales duties. In 1922, he launched his own clothing business known as Jack Krawcheck (also referred to as Jack’s Clothiers) at 313 Main St.

The entrepreneur would frequently embark on sales trips to New York City’s Garment District, according to Larimer, to comb through swatch books and select certain fabrics for his suits, as well as communicating the kind of cut he preferred in his apparel.

In 1937, Krawcheck acquired 311 King Street at the rear of his store and built an iconic landscaped garden space at the site, featuring a brick arch and a huge oak tree.

The industrious business man was also active in his community. In addition to winning the first Carolopolis Award from the Preservation Society of Charleston — of which he was a member and two-term president — Krawcheck was also a 50-year member of the Charleston Downtown Rotary Club. Additionally, he served on the boards of the Boy Scouts and Salvation Army.

His benevolence didn’t stop there, as the famed merchant funded scholarships for medical students, along with supervising an 11-year beautification project at Marion Square.

Krawcheck eventually opened a women’s companion shop as well. But perhaps the most enduring aspect of his sartorial acumen is the style and/or suit design he hand selected that can still be seen today. The natural shoulder, two-button jacket with front-flat slacks look, said Larimer, is currently popular among males who regularly sport formal attire, including TV personality/political commentator Stephen Colbert, who spent a portion of his formative years in St. James.

Another Jewish merchant Larimer touched on was Edward Kronsberg, who opened Edward’s, a 15,000 square foot department store, in 1948 at the northwest corner of Morris and King streets.

In his pursuit of building more retail space in the north part of town along Rivers Avenue, now known as North Charleston, Kronsberg created the Pinehaven Shopping Center in 1958, the largest retail outlet of its time, including 23 stores.

The contributions of the highlighted Jewish merchants, Larimer added, “ ... created the Charleston that we know and love today.”

The Rotary Club of Mount Pleasant invites community members to attend their weekly Wednesday meetings at the Mount Pleasant Presbyterian Church, starting at noon.

Group addresses 'disproportionate' SC preschool suspensions for Black children

NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCSC) - A Lowcountry advocacy group is tackling what it calls an alarming rate at which Black preschoolers are suspended and expelled in South Carolina.The BEE Collective held a community town hall in response to a report that alleged discriminatory discipline practices in order to highlight how those practices affect children in the Tri-County area. The report, prepared by the social justice firm ImpactSTATS, Inc., Black children in South Carolina make up 61% of the state’s preschool suspensions but only...

NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCSC) - A Lowcountry advocacy group is tackling what it calls an alarming rate at which Black preschoolers are suspended and expelled in South Carolina.

The BEE Collective held a community town hall in response to a report that alleged discriminatory discipline practices in order to highlight how those practices affect children in the Tri-County area. The report, prepared by the social justice firm ImpactSTATS, Inc., Black children in South Carolina make up 61% of the state’s preschool suspensions but only 39% of enrolled children, in a state that leads the nation in preschool suspensions overall.

CLICK HERE to read the full report on BEE Collective’s website.

The report highlights that suspended and expelled preschoolers are 10 times more likely to drop out of high school, experience academic failure, and face jail time. Organizers feel this proves the existence of the school-to-prison pipeline effect, beginning in early education.

Friday’s town hall was filled with educators, organizers and parents all sharing their perspectives on the early education system.

Queen-Elle Pringle, a parent and early childhood mental health consultant, talked about the suspension of her child.

“One of his friends was out of school for a week. He was homesick and the little boy walks through the door and my son runs to embrace him and just give him the full experience of Black boy joy and Black boy love and they hugged and they ended up falling on the floor and just so excited to see each other and in return the teacher got upset,” Pringle said. “It was now labeled as a challenged behavior, at the time he was sent to in-school suspension and he ultimately got a referral.”

Advocating for policy change and increased support for educators, the BEE Collective aims to foster an environment where students receive the resources they need to thrive.

The Preschooler’s Town Hall provided a platform for organizers and educators to listen directly to each other in a safe and supportive setting.

The group plans a virtual town hall meeting on Thursday during which it plans to address conversations its members have been having with school districts like Charleston County to address the report’s findings.

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Baseball Game Preview: James Island Trojans vs. Ashley Ridge Swamp Foxes

The James Island Trojans will be playing at home against the Ashley Ridge Swamp Foxes at 6:30 p.m. on Friday. Both teams come into the matchup bolstered by wins in their previous matches.James Island can now show off seven landslide victories after their most recent contes...

The James Island Trojans will be playing at home against the Ashley Ridge Swamp Foxes at 6:30 p.m. on Friday. Both teams come into the matchup bolstered by wins in their previous matches.

James Island can now show off seven landslide victories after their most recent contest on Wednesday. Everything went their way against Hilton Head Island as James Island made off with a 12-1 win. The victory was familiar territory for James Island who now have three in a row.

Kyle Stock made a splash no matter where he played. He tossed five innings while giving up just one earned run off two hits. Stock was also big at the plate, scoring three runs and stealing a base while going 2-for-3.

In other batting news, Grayson Bennett was excellent, scoring three runs while going 2-for-3. Stow Rogers was another key contributor, going 3-for-4 with a stolen base and an RBI.

Ashley Ridge can finally bid farewell to their five-game losing streak dating back to last season thanks to their game last Monday. They had just enough and edged Hickory Grove Christian out 2-1.

Andrew McLaughlin spent all seven innings on the mound, and it's clear why: he surrendered one run (which was unearned) on one hit and racked up 12 Ks.

On the hitting side, Ashley Ridge's win was truly a team effort as four different players contributed at least one hit. One of them was Matthew Dominianni, who scored a run while going 2-for-3.

James Island pushed their record up to 16-1-1 with that victory, which was their sixth straight on the road. As for Ashley Ridge, their win (their first of the season) made their record 1-4.

Everything went James Island's way against Ashley Ridge in their previous matchup back in March as James Island made off with a 9-0 victory. Will James Island repeat their success, or does Ashley Ridge have a new game plan this time around? We'll find out soon enough.

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