HS Swimming: Seahawk Boys, Shark Girls Top County Foes

Hilton Head Island High School’s boys and May River High School’s girls came out on top of a six-team dual meet between area swim teams Thursday at the Bluffton Indoor Pool.

The Seahawks’ boys and the Sharks’ girls each went 5-0 on the day and claimed two of the three relays, while May River’s boys and HHIHS’ girls each went 4-1.

Bluffton’s Samuel Schwabauer (50 free, 100 breast), HHIHS’ Meaghan Lyons (200 IM, 100 breast) and Tommy Hughson (200 IM, 500 free), and Heritage Academy’s Chloe Corbitt (200 free, 100 fly) and Noah Corbitt (200 free, 100 free) each won two individual events.

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Photos by Mary Beth Lyons

Individual Results

Dual Meet Scores

Boys

Bluffton 114, St. Francis 0

May River 116, St. Francis 0

Bluffton 91, HHCA 57

May River 90, Bluffton 70

Bluffton 107, Heritage 12

HHCA 82, Heritage 12

HHIHS 114, Heritage 12

May River 108, Heritage 12

Heritage 12, St. Francis 0

HHIHS 110, HHCA 40

May River 99, HHCA 47

HHCA 88, St. Francis 0

HHIHS 101, May River 61

HHIHS 121, St. Francis 0

HHIHS 105, Bluffton 58

Girls

May River 115, Heritage 24

Bluffton 85, HHCA 48

HHIHS 105, Bluffton 54

May River 102, Bluffton 58

Bluffton 102, St. Francis 10

HHCA 61, Heritage 24

HHIHS 114, Heritage 20

Heritage 20, St. Francis 12

HHIHS 105, HHCA 41

May River 108, HHCA 44

HHCA 66, St. Francis 12

May River 88, HHIHS 78

Bluffton 97, Heritage 21

May River 123, St. Francis 12

HHIHS 118, St. Francis 8

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3 thoughts on “HS Swimming: Seahawk Boys, Shark Girls Top County Foes

  1. Great Report! Both Bluffton and MayRiver graduated many seniors off last year for both teams. Going to be and interesting season with so many younger swimmers moving up in rank to fill the gaps.

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