It was tough sledding for Lowco girls lacrosse teams in recent games, as a trio of area squads suffered tough defeats. Here’s today’s Lowco girls lacrosse roundup.
Hilton Head High at Richmond Hill
RHHS 15, HHIHS 14
The Seahawks lost a heartbreaker after leading at halftime and holding a 14-9 advantage, as the Wildcats took over control of the draw and scored six unanswered goals, including the game-winner in the final minute.
HHIHS: Maddie Massey 5G, Bailey Olive 4G, Anna Ferrebee 3 G, Ella Christie 10 GB; Olivia Costello 6 GB, 5 CT; Rell Strocko 9 saves
James Island at Beaufort High
James Island 13, BHS 9
The Eagles surged to an early 3-1 lead, but the Trojans scored six of the next seven goals to take control at halftime and held off a scrappy Beaufort team down the stretch. Neveah Wiggins was named Beaufort’s player of the game for her strong performance on draw control. Beaufort (1-6, 1-4) travels to May River on Thursday.
BHS: Abby Baise 1G, 1A, 4 GB; Kellina Shipes 2G, Annabelle Hooper 2G; Sophia Pellegrino 5 GB; Tia Caruso 4 GB; Julia Politzer 4 GB; Katie Lamb 9 saves
Lucy Beckham at May River
Lucy Beckham 17, MRHS 3
The Bengals took control early and bolted to a 10-1 halftime lead to stay perfect in region play, sending the Sharks to their third consecutive defeat. May River managed only five shots on goal against a stout Beckham defense. Kayla Fergus had five goals, and Anne Edens collected three goals and five assists for the Bengals. No May River statistics were submitted or available online.
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