Hilton Head Island’s Andrew Orischak and Nick Russell are among the last eight golfers standing at the Carolinas Golf Association’s 46th South Carolina Amateur Match Play Championship.
Hilton Head Island’s Daniel Azallion fired a 7-under-par 65 Monday to grab a three-shot lead after the first round of the South Carolina Golf Association’s Junior Championship presented by the Heritage Classic Foundation.
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May River finished its second season of competition with a runner-up finish at the Class 3A boys golf state tournament played Monday and Tuesday at Cross Creek Plantation in Seneca.
Hilton Head High finished sixth and Beaufort High was seventh at the Class 4A state golf meet played Monday and Tuesday at Hackler Golf Course in Conway.
Ridgeland’s Tommy Schaff, Beaufort’s Matt O’Quinn, and Bluffton’s Nathan Stamey all advanced through U.S. Open local qualifying at two different sites Monday.
Bluffton’s Ricky Weathers earned individual medalist honors and May River finished second in the team standings at the Class 3A Lower State boys golf meet Monday.
Beaufort High finished fourth and Hilton Head High finished fifth at the Class 4A Lower State boys golf qualifier, advancing both teams to next week’s state championship.
Six area golfers have been named to the SCISA All-State Team released Tuesday.
Hilton Head High edged Beaufort High by six shots to win the Region 8-4A Tournament on Monday at Palmetto Hall’s Arthur Hills Course.