John Paul II sailed to victory over two local rivals in a regional middle and high school sailing event hosted at the South Carolina Yacht Club on Saturday.
If there was any question whether Hilton Head Christian Academy was the team to beat in SCISA Region 1-2A, the Eagles erased it Friday night with a dominant 34-7 victory at Orangeburg Prep in a matchup of unbeaten teams.
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Hilton Head Christian Academy volleyball split a tri-match Thursday at Calvary Day in Savannah, falling to the host Cavaliers but defeating Glynn Academy.
It’s the relative calm before the storm. With the state’s public school teams set to begin next Friday, the area’s SCISA programs get one more chance to take the stage alone under the Friday Night Lights.
John Paul II’s boys and Hilton Head Christian Academy’s girls led the way in a SCISA cross country meet hosted by Lowcountry Montessori School on Tuesday.
Hilton Head Prep girls tennis remained undefeated and handed rival Hilton Head Christian Academy its first loss of the season with a 7-2 victory Tuesday at Palmetto Dunes Tennis Center.
Hilton Head Christian Academy volleyball earned a hard-fought sweep of visiting Colleton Prep in a region matchup Monday.
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.
Hilton Head Christian Academy was firing on all cylinders from the start Friday night, rolling to a 44-8 win at region rival Northwood Academy.