When you’re a leader and a captain, sometimes you have to get tough with your teammates. But when you’re a leader and a captain, you know you also have to keep the team morale up. Daniela Gularte found a solution for when she has to bark at her Bluffton High School soccer teammates.
Uriel Zarracan spent the fall kicking balls under the bright lights at Bobcat Stadium, earning second-team All-Lowco honors as Bluffton High School’s punter. But spring was going to be his real time to shine.
In its final game before an extended hiatus, the Hilton Head Christian Academy boys soccer team battled Effingham County on the road Friday night until the lights literally went out in a 2-1 defeat.
Hilton Head High boys soccer couldn’t hang onto the lead late, as visiting Jefferson (Ga.) scored in the final minutes to claim a 2-1 victory Friday.
Bluffton boys soccer split a pair of road matches over the weekend, falling 2-0 to Rock Hill on Friday and winning a penalty shootout at Northwestern on Saturday.
Hilton Head High girls soccer couldn’t overcome a sluggish start Friday, falling 3-0 to visiting Jefferson (Ga.).
Holy Trinity girls soccer took control in the second half to claim a 5-1 win over visiting Beaufort Academy on Friday.
Beaufort Academy boys soccer picked up a shutout road win over Holy Trinity on Friday.
Hilton Head Christian Academy girls soccer played Effingham County (Ga.) to a 1-1 draw Friday.
A pair of defending state champions tangled in The Tank on Friday, and May River’s boys claimed shark supremacy with a 5-3 win over visiting Oceanside Collegiate.