Connor McDonnell and Tommy Stauffer combined on a three-inning no-hitter, and Hilton Head Prep baseball made quick work of its rivals at home Thursday, routing Hilton Head Christian Academy 15-0.
Thomas Heyward baseball erupted for 11 runs in the fifth to break open a tight game and run-rule John Paul II 16-6 at home on Wednesday for the Rebels' first win of the season.
Hayden Jennings etched his name in John Paul II‘s record books with an incredible 17 strikeouts, and the Golden Warriors used a seven-run fourth to double up Beaufort Academy 12-6 at home on Monday.
Colleton Prep baseball found the scorching-hot bats late to overcome a seven-run deficit Monday, rallying past visiting Hilton Head Christian Academy in an 18-10 slugfest.
Hilton Head Prep started what figures to be a promising baseball season with an impressive 21-1 rout of visiting Thomas Heyward Academy on Monday afternoon.
It was a Sunday afternoon for the ages at Richard Gray Stadium. The USCB Sand Sharks erupted for an incredible 35 runs in a pair of seven-inning games, shattering the program’s single-game scoring mark in the process, as USCB delivered a total domination of Mid-Atlantic Christian, clobbering the Mustangs 9-2 and 26-0.
Matt Malatesta impressed on the mound in a 6-1 opening win Saturday, but the USCB Sand Sharks dropped the rematch 6-3 for a doubleheader split with Mid-Atlantic Christian at Richard Gray Stadium.
Hilton Head Christian Academy baseball suffered a tough defeat on Thursday, falling 8-6 at Coastal Homeschool.
John Paul II baseball opened its season with an 8-1 loss at Patrick Henry on Thursday.
After a tough three-game sweep at the hands of St. Thomas, USCB baseball bounced back with an offensive explosion Tuesday. The Sand Sharks’ bats sizzled, dropping 28 runs on Edward Waters in a pair of seven-inning road victories, 20-11 and 8-3.