May River High graduate and Bluffton FINS swimmer Erek Nelson will compete in the 2021 U.S. Olympic Team Trials in an attempt to qualify for this year’s Games.
Two Hilton Head Island High School student-athletes put pen to paper Wednesday night, signing their National Letters of Intent at the HHIHS gymnasium in front of friends and family. Swimmer Cameron Matousek signed with Nazareth College (N.Y.), and soccer star Abbie Lainhart chose to continue her career at Western Carolina University.
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The early signing period for sports other than football began Wednesday, and a number of student-athletes from around the Lowco made their college plans official by signing national letters of intent.
Hilton Head Prep’s Sterling Burd won the girls 200 and 500 freestyle titles for the fifth consecutive year, and Hilton Head Christian Academy’s Caleb Eidson also won two events with state-record times to highlight the local contingent of swimmers at the SCISA State Championships on Saturday.
Beaufort County established itself as a boys swimming hotbed Monday, as local teams captured the state title in seven of the 11 events and claimed three of the top eight spots and four of the top 12 in the team standings.
Hilton Head High’s girls placed second behind powerhouse Eastside, while May River came in fourth at the SCHSL Class 4A Swimming Championships on Saturday in Columbia.
Newcomer Lucy Beckham High School ended Hilton Head High’s reign over Region 7-4A swimming Saturday, edging the Seahawks for both the boys and girls team titles.
Swimmers from Hilton Head Aquatics and the Bluffton Fins swim team racked up the wins Saturday at the H2A Season Kickoff at the Island Rec Center.