The Hilton Head High boys’ bid to win the Omni Resorts Hilton Head Seahawk Holiday Classic for the first time in 13 years fell short Saturday.
The host Seahawks were overmatched by a powerful Miramar (Fla.) team, falling 87-33 in the championship game of the 31st annual tournament.
Trevor Wright scored 12 points and Lance Jackson added seven for the Seahawks, while Bryan Davis scored 18, Damian Miller chipped in 14, and Immanuel Crump added 13 to lead the Patriots.
Wright and teammate Chris Washington were named to the all-tournament team for the Seahawks.
The Whale Branch boys picked up their first win of the tournament, beating Robertsdale (Ala.) 44-36 in the seventh-place game.
In the seventh-place game in the girls bracket, Beaufort High defeated host Hilton Head High 48-18. Brittany Linton scored 19 points to lead the Eagles.
31st annual Omni Resort Hilton Head Seahawk Holiday Classic
New Hanover (N.C.) 63, Beaufort High 36
Wilson 71, Elizabethton (Tenn.) 47
Miramar (Fla.) 70, Bishop Verot (Fla.) 36
Silverdale Academy (Tenn.) 51, Hilton Head High 9
Elizabethton 43, Beaufort 39
Wilson 59, New Hanover 27
Miramar 63, Silverdale Academy 23
Bishop Verot 51, Hilton Head High 9
7th place: Beaufort 48, Hilton Head High 18
5th place: Bishop Verot 59, Elizabethton 40
3rd place: New Hanover 62, Silverdale Academy 32
Championship: Wilson 66, Miramar 54
Miramar (Fla.) 46, Marvin Ridge (N.C.) 41
West Orange (Fla.) 46, Whale Branch 30
Academic Magnet 48, Robertsdale (Ala.) 40
Hilton Head High 59, Silverdale Academy (Tenn.) 34
Marvin Ridge 33, Whale Branch 19
Miramar 57, West Orange 55
Silverdale Academy 51, Robertsdale 42
Hilton Head High 70, Academic Magnet 47
7th place: Whale Branch 44,. Robertsdale 36
5th place: Marvin Ridge 43, Silverdale Academy 31
3rd place: West Orange 40, Academic Magnet 21
Championship: Miramar 87, Hilton Head High 33
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