Hilton Head High’s outstanding run through the SCHSL Class 4A girls soccer state playoffs came to an end Monday, falling 4-1 after going down to nine players in the Lower State final at region rival James Island
The stakes are higher when a state championship is on the line, amplifying the elation of victory — and for the Hilton Head Christian Academy boys soccer team, the agony of defeat.
Every game in the SCISA 2A playoffs, Hilton Head Christian Academy’s girls soccer team knew it would have to bring its best game to survive and advance.
Sophomore Levi Dyer scored the only goal of the night in the first overtime period, and Holy Trinity’s boys soccer team made it stand up for a 1-0 victory over Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach and the program’s first SCISA 1A state title Friday in Columbia.
Holy Trinity claimed its second consecutive SCISA 1A girls soccer title on Friday in Columbia, rallying from a one-goal deficit at halftime for a thrilling 3-2 victory over Cambridge Academy.
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 Prep’s quest for a SCISA 3A girls soccer title came to a crashing halt with a 3-0 loss to a powerful Hammond School squad Thursday in Columbia.
It will be a Hilton Head Christian Academy double feature on championship Saturday for SCISA 2A soccer.
Holy Trinity girls soccer will play for a second consecutive SCISA 1A state title after a 6-2 win over visiting Charleston Collegiate in the semifinals Wednesday.
Holy Trinity boys soccer punched its ticket to the SCISA 1A state championship game with a dominant 5-1 win over visiting Conway Christian on Wednesday.