The road warriors from Hilton Head High have done it again. After 670 miles of travel in 48 hours, the Seahawks picked up their second playoff win in as many days Thursday with a 1-0 shutout at Myrtle Beach to clinch a spot in the Class 4A Lower State final.
Hilton Head High softball rebounded from a rocky first inning to rout visiting Battery Creek 20-5 in four innings Thursday.
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.
Hilton Head High boys soccer suffered a tough season-ending loss Wednesday, falling in penalty kicks after a 1-1 stalemate at North Augusta in the first round of the Class 4A playoffs.
With her Hilton Head High soccer career hanging in the balance, Abbie Lainhart delivered a postseason performance for the ages. The senior and Western Carolina signee exploded for a four-goal night Wednesday, willing her Seahawks to a 5-3 comeback victory in overtime at Aiken to advance to the second round of the SCHSL 4A playoffs.
Hilton Head High boys tennis dropped a heartbreaker Wednesday at South Aiken, ending its season with a 4-3 loss to the Thoroughbreds 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.
Hilton Head High boys soccer fell short in its quest for revenge against James Island on Thursday, suffering a 2-1 road defeat as the Trojans clinched the Region 7-4A title.
Hilton Head High girls soccer couldn’t find the answers to stop a dialed-in James Island squad Thursday, falling at home to the region champion Trojans 8-2.
Beaufort High swept the team titles with the help of outstanding individual performances from Layla Warren and Zyrin Odom on Wednesday at the nine-team Beaufort Track Classic.