May River’s boys finished sixth and the Sharks placed eighth in the girls standings to lead the local contingent at the SCHSL Class 4A Track & Field Championships on Friday at Spring Valley High School.
Beaufort High held its ground in the final round of the SCHSL Class 4A Boys Golf State Championships on Tuesday, as the Eagles finished the day where they started to notch a program-best third-place showing, and sophomore Jerry Bruns was the individual runner-up.
Beaufort High’s Jerry Bruns fired a scorching 3-under-par 69 on Monday at Dolphin Head Golf Club on Hilton Head Island to take a one-shot lead into the final round of the SCHSL Class 4A Boys Golf State Championship.
Beaufort High’s girls and May River’s boys will send the largest local contingents to the SCHSL Class 4A Track & Field State Championships after the Eagles qualified five individuals and a relay team and the Sharks had seven individuals and all three relays at the Lower State qualifier meet Saturday at Beaufort High.
Beaufort High’s Jerry Bruns claimed medalist honors, and the Eagles and Hilton Head High punched their tickets to the Class 4A boys golf state championship with top-four finishes at the Lower State qualifier Monday at the historic Country Club of South Carolina in Florence. May River’s Andrew Swanson and Bluffton’s Jones Saylor also earned two of the three individual invitations to the state meet that were up for grabs.
Beaufort High’s boys and James Island’s girls claimed the team titles, and Bluffton’s Tacoya Heyward put together a dominant individual performance to highlight the Region 7-4A track and field championships Wednesday at Beaufort High.
A tumultuous two days for the Bluffton girls soccer team culminated with a tough 2-0 road loss to powerhouse Myrtle Beach on Tuesday in the first round of the Class 4A playoffs.
James Island won the Region 7-4A boys golf championship Tuesday at Charleston Municipal Golf Course, posting a team score of 319 to edge Hilton Head High and Beaufort High for the title.
Bluffton baseball couldn’t recover from a seven-run first-inning deficit in its season finale Saturday, dropping a 13-2 home contest to Oceanside Collegiate.
Whitley Weathers turned in another dominant performance Thursday, striking out 12 in a one-hit shutout to lead Colleton County softball to a 2-0 win at Bluffton.