May River’s Owen Andrews and Emma Peluso claimed individual titles to lead the Sharks to third-place finishes in both the boys and girls divisions Saturday at the Saucony XC Kickoff Classic at Savannah’s Daffin Park.
Although no team stood out above the rest this season, the level of play across the Lowcountry continues to rise, as evidenced by the players on the second annual All-Lowco Girls Soccer Team.
John Paul II’s boys finished fifth to lead the local contingent at the SCISA Track & Field Championships on Saturday at Porter-Gaud in Charleston.
Beaufort Academy and Hilton Head Christian Academy will try to extend their boys soccer state championship streaks, and eight other area teams are set to battle for state titles when the SCISA soccer playoffs begin Monday.
Holy Trinity's girls shut out Beaufort Academy 4-0 on Wednesday to complete a perfect region slate.
Beaufort Academy’s boys finished off their second consecutive undefeated run through region play with a 3-2 win over Holy Trinity on Wednesday.
Gabe Orta-Carrillo scored a hat trick to lead John Paul II’s boys to a 4-2 win over Holy Trinity on Wednesday.
Holy Trinity's girls shut out John Paul II 3-0 on Wednesday to remain undefeated.
The host Eagles ran away with the girls title and edged county rival May River for the boys crown at the 19-team Beaufort Track Classic on Saturday.
Holy Trinity's boys rolled to an 11-1 mercy-rule win over Palmetto Christian Academy on Wednesday.