Darin Horn turned in another dominant performance on the mound and May River baseball ran its winning streak to nine games with a 7-0 victory at Lakewood on Thursday.
Gabe Wolf tossed a five-inning no-hitter and Ben Kennedy had three hits and three RBIs to lead Colleton County baseball to a 12-2 win over visiting Battery Creek on Thursday.
Hilton Head Prep baseball’s remarkable season came to an end Wednesday, falling 11-6 at Cardinal Newman in the SCISA 3A Lower Bracket championship.
Steele Burd was the hero with a walk-off single in the bottom of the ninth, and Hilton Head Prep rallied past Laurence Manning 7-6 to advance to the SCISA 3A Lower Bracket championship, setting up a rematch with Cardinal Newman on Tuesday.
Bluffton baseball couldn’t recover from a seven-run first-inning deficit in its season finale Saturday, dropping a 13-2 home contest to Oceanside Collegiate.
It took an 11-inning battle to do it, but Hilton Head Prep baseball has been defeated. The Dolphins were one out away from a spot in the SCISA 3A championship game, but Cardinal Newman rallied Friday for a dramatic 3-2 walk-off win to hand the visiting Dolphins their first loss of the season.
Beaufort High baseball smacked three home runs in a non-region road win Thursday, winning 4-1 at Hanahan.
Colleton Prep baseball scored three runs in the bottom of the seventh inning to keep its season alive, but the War Hawks dropped an 8-7 heartbreaker in eight innings against visiting Greenwood Christian on Wednesday to bow out of the SCISA 2A playoffs.
May River baseball ran its winning streak to eight games and bolstered its case for an at-large berth in the Class 4A playoffs with a 10-0 home win over Colleton County in five innings Wednesday.
Beaufort High baseball clinched the No. 2 seed in the Class 4A playoffs with a 6-3 win in nine innings Wednesday at Bluffton.