Eagles crush Cougars in final playoff tune-up

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Beaufort High breezed into the postseason with a 44-6 road win at Colleton County on Friday. 

Kacy Fields caught a pair of touchdown passes — one from Zyrin Odom — and Caleb Ulmer scored two rushing touchdowns to power the Eagles’ offense to another impressive showing in their regular-season finale. 

The Eagles opened the scoring with some flair, as Odom and Fields connected on a 55-yard touchdown pass. Ulmer added a pair of rushing touchdowns sandwiched around a Tyler Haley rushing score, and it was quickly 27-0. Beaufort’s dominant defense got in on the scoring late in the second quarter, as Colton Phares found the end zone on a 35-yard scoop-and-score to make it 34-0 at halftime. 

Haley hit Fields for a 20- yard TD after halftime, and Joe Caprarola added a 32- yard field goal before Jackie White got the Cougars (0- 5, 0-5) on the board with a touchdown run. 

Haley passed for 204 yards, while Fields racked up 150 yards and two touchdowns receiving, and Ulmer gained 80 yards and two touchdowns on the ground. 

Beaufort (8-2, 4-1) will open the Class 4A playoffs at home against South Florence on Friday. 


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