Hilton Head High girls golf earned its first win of the season Tuesday at Olde Beaufort Golf Club, defeating Region 7-4A rivals Beaufort High and James Island.
The preseason South Carolina Prep Media Football Poll was released Tuesday, with high school sports journalists from around the Palmetto State voting on the top 10 teams in each public school classification.
Bluffton’s girls took the team title and May River’s girls and Beaufort High’s boys each claimed runner-up finishes in USC Beaufort High School Cross Country Invitational on Saturday.
One area public high school football team in Beaufort County will have to wait at least an extra week before starting its season after Hilton Head High’s opener against Beaufort High next Friday was postponed due to positive COVID-19 tests at both schools.
Hilton Head High closed the gap, but May River girls golf edged the Seahawks by one shot to win a five-team Region 7-4A match Tuesday at Eagles Pointe Golf Club in Bluffton.
Bluffton High School’s girls cross country team placed four runners in the top 10 and edged Summerville for the team title, while May River’s Anya Arroyo won the individual title Saturday at an eight-team meet in Beaufort’s Habersham community.
Even without their top runner from a year ago, Beaufort High’s boys cross country team edged Summerville and May River to take the team title at the Eagles’ opening 11-team meet Saturday in Beaufort’s Habersham community.
Hilton Head High’s girls swept all 11 events while the HHIHS boys won eight of 11 events and the Seahawks swept the team dual scoring in a five-team swim meet at Island Rec Center on Saturday.
Bluffton volleyball picked up its first win of the young season Thursday, outlasting Region 7-4A rival Beaufort High for a 3-2 road win.
May River girls golf topped its county rivals Thursday, but Hilton Head High’s Alexia Milbrandt claimed medalist honors at Golden Bear Golf Club.