Hilton Head High wrestling picked up two more victories Saturday, beating Region 7-4A rival Beaufort High 60-16 and knocking off Brookland-Cayce 54-30 at The Nest.
Hilton Head Christian Academy’s girls cruised to a 64-10 win at Thomas Heyward Academy in a region matchup Saturday.
Hilton Head Christian Academy’s boys picked up their first region win of the season with a 49-44 triumph at Thomas Heyward Academy on Saturday.
Hilton Head High’s wrestling team swept a pair of county rivals and celebrated star James Levy’s 100th career win with victories over visiting Bluffton and Battery Creek on Wednesday.
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John Paul II’s wrestling team won all seven contested matches, including four pins, to roll to a 45-24 win over visiting Colleton Prep on Friday.
The two island rivals entered Friday night going in opposite directions, and the result was no surprise. Dior Shelton and Molly Smith scored 12 points each, and a surging Hilton Head Christian Academy girls team took down a struggling Hilton Head Prep squad on the road 48-28 to stay unbeaten on the season.
Led by another double-double from JJ Hayes, Hilton Head Prep made quick work of their island foes Friday, downing Hilton Head Christian at home 60-35 to pick up their fourth straight victory.
May River’s girls ran off their third consecutive Region 7-4A win Friday, beating visiting Colleton County 46-22.
May River’s boys stayed hot at both ends of the floor in a 61-40 win over visiting Colleton County in Region 7-4A play Friday.