Eagles double up Hilton Head Prep, 12-6

The Beaufort High baseball team managed to pull away from familiar foe Hilton Head Prep when the two teams hooked up for the first time in the young 2015 season last week. Beaufort High first baseman Mattison Pike belted a grand slam in the top half of the seventh inning to push visiting Beaufort High past Hilton Head Coach 12-6 on Wednesday (March 11). The productive Pike drove in six of the Eagles’ 12 runs. He narrowly missed smacking a pair of home runs. Pike clubbed a double that nearly cleared the bases in the fourth inning. Brady Cormier accompanied Pike as another heavy hitter for the Beaufort baseball team. Cormier provided additional RBIs for the Eagles in the victory. After high school is over, Pike is headed to Winthrop University. Hilton Head Prep had its opportunities in the early-season South Carolina high school baseball matchup. The Dolphins, however, couldn’t make the most of their offensive opportunities. Prior to the start of the game, former Major League Baseball pitcher Steve Trout threw out the first pitch.

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