The Beaufort High School Eagles made short work of the Battery Creek Dolphins as they beat their former cross-town rival 51-0. The Eagles improved their record to 2/2.
Offensively for Beaufort High, standout running back Jeffrey Tookes rushed 11 times for 123 yards and four touchdowns.
Beaufort High set the tone early, outscoring Battery Creek 14-0 in the first quarter. Remaining out in front after the initial frame, Beaufort High led 37-0 at intermission.
The Eagles added to their lead shortly after the break, adding two more touchdowns in the third quarter.
Through the air, Beaufort High quarterback Courtney Piatt completed seven of 10 passes for 110 yards and one touchdown.
The Beaufort High football team excelled on offense, defense and special teams. The Beaufort High defense recorded a safety.
Beaufort High’s Tyler Clancy also returned a fumble 10 yards for a touchdown for the Eagles’ final score.
Omar Cummings ranked as Beaufort High’s second-leading rusher, finishing with 83 yards via seven carries.
Keaton Butler led Beaufort High in receiving, amassing 60 yards via three receptions. Jawan Mack added 31 yards on three catches.
Offensively for Battery Creek, Tyrone Dilbert rushed 22 times for 81 yards while Alterell Chatman added 25 yards on eight carries.