Darin Horn turned in another dominant performance on the mound and May River baseball ran its winning streak to nine games with a 7-0 victory at Lakewood on 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.
May River’s boys soccer season came to a crashing halt with a 7-2 loss at third-ranked Myrtle Beach in a late-night matchup Tuesday 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 Christian Academy’s Max Green picked up right where he left off after his SCISA 2A individual title, earning an impressive fourth-place finish with a 2-over 144 to lead a group of area high school golf standouts at the Southern Cross Invitational in Aiken on Friday and Saturday.
May River boys soccer was in control from the start Thursday at Beaufort High, closing out the regular season with a 6-1 road win over the Eagles.
Beaufort High girls soccer ended its season on a high note with a 1-0 win at May River on Thursday.
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.
Colleton County softball pitcher Whitley Weathers came into the week on a mission to shut down a potent May River offense. On Wednesday, she did it for the second game in a row to clinch the Region 7-4A title, blanking the Sharks 4-0 on the road.
May River baseball ran its winning streak to eight games and bolstered its case for an at-large berth in the Class 4A playoffs with a 10-0 home win over Colleton County in five innings Wednesday.