Ashley Guillot spent countless hours watching her older brother and sister play soccer, and when she was 4 years old she laced up her first pair cleats. Ever since, the Battery Creek girls soccer captain has been on one field or another preparing for this season.
What do I think I know this week? Not much of anything. I’ve never been more uncertain in my life.
No, that’s not a football score. Reagan Marchant blasted two more home runs Friday as Hilton Head High’s softball team outslugged visiting Battery Creek for a wild 27-18 victory in a game that lasted nearly 3 1/2 hours.
Battery Creek boys soccer continued its remarkable start to the season Thursday, blanking visiting John Paul II 7-0 for a fourth consecutive shutout to start the 2020 campaign.
Wes Graves tossed a gem and Paul Winland and Christian Londono each had big nights at the plate to lead Beaufort High to an 11-0 win over visiting Battery Creek on Wednesday.
Due to the rapid spread of the pandemic coronavirus, the Lowco Basketball Showcase will be postponed until a later date. The inaugural event had been scheduled for March 27-28 at Beaufort Academy.
Battery Creek’s boys stayed unbeaten with a 13-0 victory over visiting Wade Hampton in their Region 8-3A opener Tuesday.
Hilton Head High golf claimed an 18-shot victory over May River to win a four-team meet at Dolphin Head Golf Club on Tuesday.
Bluffton softball opened the regular season with a 19-5 road win over Battery Creek on Monday.
Connor McDonnell and Cooper Kunich combined on a one-hitter and Luke Foley had three hits and four RBIs to lead Hilton Head Prep to a 12-0 win at Battery Creek on Monday.