Beaufort High’s boys blazed to their second consecutive Class 4A track and field state championship with a dominant performance Friday and Saturday in Columbia.
Led by three individual champions, two runners-up, and two third-place relay teams, May River’s boys track and field team claimed the first team state championship in the school’s three-year history Saturday in Columbia.
May River’s boys soccer team went into Saturday intent on winning the third-year school’s first team state championship.
Hilton Head Christian Academy’s boys were denied their third consecutive SCISA 2A title Saturday, losing 2-1 in overtime to Oakbrook Prep at Porter-Gaud in Charleston.
Hilton Head Prep’s girls were unable to end Oakbrook Prep’s reign Saturday, falling 4-1 in the SCISA 2A state championship at Porter-Gaud in Charleston.
Battery Creek’s softball team is two wins away from a state championship.
Hilton Head Prep’s boys came up short in their bid for a SCISA 2A title, falling 3-2 at Oakbrook Prep in the semifinals Thursday.
Another local team punched its ticket to the SCISA soccer state championships Thursday, as Hilton Head Prep’s girls advanced to the SCISA 2A final with a convincing 6-0 win over visiting John Paul II.
Hilton Head Christian Academy’s boys will play for a third consecutive SCISA 2A championship after a convincing 4-0 win over visiting Spartanburg Day in the semifinals Wednesday.
Joel Fleek scored two goals in the last three minutes to lift May River to a thrilling 3-2 win over Bishop England, earning the Sharks a trip to the Class 3A state championship game Saturday in Columbia.