Hilton Head High’s boys suffered a tough 14-13 overtime loss to visiting Porter-Gaud on Wednesday.
Max Boyer had six goals and an assist and Will Frith also scored six goals to lead the Seahawks’ attack. Frith also went 20-for-27 on faceoffs and scooped 13 groundballs.
Goalie Drew Schlesener made 13 saves in his first career start behind a defense led by Nick Magnin (five groundballs) and Cole Benson (three groundballs, one interception, one takeaway).
“Tonight was a tough way to end a great game,” Seahawks coach Will Callegari said. “Despite the outcome, I’m very proud of the way we battled the entire night. We called on some younger players to step up, and they did. If a few balls bounce one way instead of the other, maybe we come away with the win. But in the end, Porter-Gaud made some plays and took advantage of a few opportunities and we did not.”
The Seahawks (3-3) host First Presbyterian on Saturday.