Three Hilton Head Island High School student-athletes signed letters of intent Wednesday to compete at the next level.
Clayton Boyles and Alora Orr won individual titles and helped May River’s boys to a fifth-place finish and the girls to a sixth-place showing at the SCHSL Class 3A Swimming Championships on Saturday in Columbia.
Hilton Head High’s girls claimed a runner-up finish and the boys finished third at the SCHSL Class 4A Swimming Championships on Friday in Columbia.
Hilton Head High swept the Region 7-4A swimming titles with Bluffton finishing second and Beaufort High third.
Beaufort Academy’s girls swim team claimed the team title and the BA boys finished fourth at the Mead Hall Panther Invitational in Aiken on Saturday.
Hilton Head High’s swim team once again came out on top of the boys and girls standings at the 11-team Hilton Head Christian Academy Invitational on Saturday at Island Recreation Center.
Hilton Head High’s swim teams opened their season with wins over five area rivals in a six-team dual meet Wednesday at Island Recreation Center.
May River’s girls swimming team and Bluffton’s boys placed atop the team standings among four teams at the Beaufort Invitational on Thursday.
Hilton Head Christian Academy’s swim team opened its season with a third-place finish among 10 teams at the Palmetto Christian Academy meet Saturday.
Hilton Head Aquatics swimmers Chloe Corbitt and Meaghan Lyons have qualified to compete in the 2018 Speedo Summer Junior Nationals from July 31-Aug. 4 in Irvine, Calif.