Battery Creek swept a home-and-home series with Whale Branch this week, winning 26-10 on the road Tuesday and 10-0 at home Thursday.
Battery Creek’s Alexis Ortiz struck out 13 in a five-inning perfect game as the visiting Dolphins beat Whale Branch 12-0 on Tuesday.
Reggie Jones Jr. swept the two hurdles races and claimed two runner-up finishes to lead the Beaufort High boys to a third-place finish Saturday at the Cane Bay Invitational.
Whale Branch baseball scored four runs in the sixth inning to rally for an 8-6 win at Phillip Simmons on Wednesday.
Three pitchers combined on a one-hitter and Kamryn Gleason drove in three runs as May River baseball blanked Whale Branch 11-0 on Tuesday.
Beaufort High track and field swept the team titles Saturday at the Marwin Kline Invitational hosted by Whale Branch Early College High School.
Beaufort High’s boys won the team title and the Eagles’ girls finished second among 17 teams at the inaugural Sand Shark Track & Field Invitational on Saturday at May River High School.
High school baseball season is upon us, and two local teams are set to defend their region championships with many more area squads trying to knock them off.
Nine Beaufort County wrestlers will wrestle for state championships Saturday – and at least one local grappler will bring home the gold.
A total of 24 Beaufort County wrestlers punched their tickets to the SCHSL state tournament with top-four finishes at their respective Lower State meets Saturday.