Colleton County’s boys were in control from the start Wednesday in a 58-46 home win over Academic Magnet.
Bridges Prep’s boys ran their winning streak to four games with an impressive road win Tuesday, knocking off Hilton Head Christian Academy 55-54 in overtime.
For the second time in eight days, John Paul II boys basketball edged Memorial Day by the narrowest of margins. After a one-point win over the Matadors at home a week ago, the Golden Warriors held on for a 50-49 win at Memorial Day in the rematch Tuesday.
John Paul II girls basketball was able to shake off a sluggish performance for much of the night and capitalize in the final minute Tuesday, as Maddie Heathcott’s putback with two seconds left lifted the Golden Warriors to a 33-31 home win over St. Vincent’s.
May River girls basketball gave another strong defensive effort Tuesday, but the Sharks couldn’t muster enough at the offensive end in a 36-22 home loss to Savannah Country Day.
Whale Branch boys basketball stayed unbeaten with a 60-36 over Estill in the Warriors’ home opener Tuesday.
An improved Battery Creek girls basketball team gave visiting Bluffton a fight Tuesday, but the Bobcats emerged with a 44-36 road win over the Dolphins behind a huge performance from Tacoya Heyward.
Hilton Head High boys basketball withstood a tough test on the road to knock off a red-hot Beaufort Academy squad Tuesday, winning 72-63 to end the Eagles’ eight-game winning streak.
Jaylin Linder caught fire after halftime on his way to an 18-point night, and Bluffton’s boys powered past Battery Creek 45-38 on the road Tuesday.
May River’s boys came up short Tuesday against another quality Georgia opponent, falling to visiting Savannah Country Day 66-59.