Beaufort High boys lacrosse picked up its first win in two seasons with a 10-3 home win over Fox Creek on Saturday, and the Eagles kept the momentum rolling with a 7-6 win at Region 7-4A rival Bluffton on Monday.
Grayson Bridges picked up two goals and two assists against the Bobcats, while Michael Morales scored twice and assisted on a goal, and Anthony Migliorino had a goal and a pair of assists to lead the Eagles on a night when scoring was at a premium.
Jonah Forrestall added a pair of goals, and Diego Martinez had an assist along with a team-high seven groundballs. Bridges, Migliorino, and Morales each scooped six groundballs, as did Tate Shetzer and Theeb Bayyoud in a strong team effort on 50-50 balls.
Forrestall went 11-of-15 at the dot to help the Eagles control possession, and Zach Jindrich made the one-goal margin stand up with eight saves on 14 shots.
There was much less drama in the Eagles’ first triumph since 2020, as they bolted to a 7-1 halftime lead and cruised to a seven-goal win over Fox Creek.
Bridges had three goals and an assist and Martinez collected a goal and three assists along with a team-high 12 groundballs to lead the way for Beaufort. Migliorino added two goals and an assist along with seven groundballs, and Chip Langford contributed two goals. Jacob Preston and Forestall each scored a goal, and Morales had an assist.
Jindrich saved 10 of 13 shots in a stellar effort in goal.
The Eagles (2-3, 2-2) host Hilton Head High at 7 p.m. Thursday.
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