HS BSOC: Creek opens with perfect run through Warrior Bash

Battery Creek boys soccer finished its undefeated run through the Warrior Bash on Saturday, defeating Groves High School 3-1 to claim the tournament championship. 

Abraham Bendeck, Juan Jamie and Ashton Morgan all scored goals in the victory and Talmedge Magbee assisted on all three goals for the Dolphins. 

Isaac Vega netted two goals, while Ivan Huerta, Talmedge Magbee, and Ashton Morgan each added one in a 5-0 win over Bridges Prep on Friday to send Battery Creek to the championship game. 

The Dolphins started the season on a positive note, defeating Calhoun County 9-2 on Thursday, as Chase Bradham, Jonathon Cruz, Gabe Depuy, Juan Jaimes, Magbee, Noah Northway and Vega all scored single goals and Adam Merida netted two for the Dolphins. 

Bridges Prep opened up with a 10-1 win over Branchville before falling to Battery Creek and Groves. Zaire Nelson recorded a hat trick for the Bucs, Tyler Dickerson added two goals and an assist, and Jeremiah Ponder, Samuel Alainis, Liam Sanders, Michael Legier, and Adrienne McFaul each scored once.

Host Whale Branch won its first game by forfeit before falling 6-1 to Groves and defeating Branchville 6-4. William Limas scored four goals and an assist against Branchville and added the lone goal for the Warriors against Groves. D’elente Hill and Brian Jaramillo Ruiz each had a goal and an assist in the Branchville win, and Benjamin Sanchez collected four assists in two games. 

Battery Creek will host Hanahan at 7:30 p.m. Thursday to open the regular season and region play. Whale Branch travels to Colleton County on Tuesday. Bridges travels to Holy Trinity on Thursday.

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