Beaufort Academy and Hilton Head Christian Academy will try to extend their boys soccer state championship streaks, and eight other area teams are set to battle for state titles when the SCISA soccer playoffs begin Monday.
Beaufort Academy’s boys are the top seed in Bracket B and open their quest for a sixth consecutive SCISA 1A title at home against Pee Dee Academy on Monday. Holy Trinity’s boys are the No. 4 seed in Bracket A and open at top-seeded The King’s Academy.
Hilton Head Christian Academy’s boys are the top seed in SCISA 2A Bracket A and host Greenwood Christian in Monday’s first round as they seek their third straight state title. Hilton Head Prep is the No. 2 seed in Bracket B and hosts Trinity-Byrnes in the first round, while No. 4 seed John Paul II travels to top-seeded Oakbrook Prep.
Hilton Head Prep’s girls claimed the top seed in SCISA 2A Bracket B and will host Spartanburg Day in Tuesday’s first round. John Paul II is the No. 3 seed in Bracket B and travels to Pee Dee Academy in the first round, while Hilton Head Christian is the No. 3 seed in Bracket A and opens at Oakbrook Prep.
In the four-team SCISA 1A girls bracket, Holy Trinity hosts Charleston Collegiate in one semifinal Tuesday while Beaufort Academy travels to Cambridge Academy in the other.
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