Beaufort High’s cross country and track and field programs continue to turn out collegiate runners, and the Eagles added three more names to the roster Wednesday.
Anya Arroyo earned state runner-up honors for the second year in a row, powering May River’s girls to a third-place finish Thursday at the SCHSL 4A Cross Country Championships at the Sandhills Research Center in Columbia.
Holy Trinity’s girls continued their reign on the cross country trails Saturday, capturing their third consecutive SCISA 1A title at Heathwood Hall in Columbia, while the Mighty Lion boys came up just short of a fourth straight title, taking second place behind South Aiken Christian.
May River’s Anya Arroyo and Victoria Sosa earned a pair of top-five finishes, and Bluffton’s Earlon Baker placed eighth Saturday to lead a trio of Lowco squads at the Cici’s Sandhills Invitational in Columbia.
Hilton Head’s boys and May River’s girls bested their county rivals on the trails Thursday, claiming both the team and individual titles at the 2021 Beaufort County Cross Country Championship in Bluffton.
May River’s Victoria Sosa and Anya Arroyo turned in stellar top-15 finishes Saturday to lead the Lowco contingent in the Bob Jenkins SCTCCCA Coaches Classic at Hillcrest High School in Simpsonville.
Six former Seahawk stars, including the only alumnus currently playing in the National Football League, will go into the Hilton Head Island High School Athletics Hall of Fame at halftime of the Seahawks’ first game on their new home turf Friday night.