The tennis community — on Hilton Head Island and around the world — is mourning the loss of a legend.
Two Bluffton squads claimed the top spots in the 18U intermediate division of the USTA Junior Team Tennis state championships this weekend in Camden.
Beaufort High's boys tennis team saw its playoff run end with a 6-0 loss to a strong Myrtle Beach team in the Class 4A Lower State finals on Monday.
Hilton Head Prep’s boys tennis team was denied in its bid for a sixth consecutive SCISA 2A state championship Thursday, as the Dolphins lost a hard-fought 5-4 match to Spartanburg Day at Cayce Tennis Center.
Beaufort High’s Griffin Stone and Diego Ladino won the clinching doubles match to give the Eagles a 4-3 win over visiting Wilson on Thursday in the Class 4A Lower State semifinals.
Beaufort High cruised through its first match in the Class 4A playoffs Tuesday, beating visiting North Myrtle Beach 5-1.
Hilton Head High’s boys tennis team breezed through the first round of the Class 4A playoffs Thursday, defeating visiting Aiken 6-0.
Beaufort High wrapped up the regular season with a 5-1 win over May River on Wednesday.
May River and Hilton Head Prep split a pair of matches Tuesday, as the Sharks finished off a 4-2 win in the completion of a suspended match from March 26 before the Dolphins won the rematch 6-0.
Hilton Head Prep’s Robert Hagen and Justin Perez each won their singles matches and teamed up for a clinching win at No. 1 doubles to give the Dolphins a 4-3 victory over cross-island rival Hilton Head High on Monday.