Eagles handle Battery Creek in boys soccer

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The Beaufort High School boys soccer team earned a hard-fought win late last week, defeating longtime rival Battery Creek 3-1 last Friday night.

With the win, Beaufort High improved to 6-4-1.

Following the loss, Battery Creek dropped to 2-2.

Jack Gambia, Brandon Rodriguez and David Seguine each netted one goal for Beaufort High in the win.

Beaufort High goalkeeper Brooks Wilson recorded six saves.

Miguel Mejia accounted for Battery Creek’s only goal in the match.

Very active on the defensive end, Battery Creek goalkeeper Tristian Saunders registered nine saves.

In girls soccer, Beaufort High blanks Hilton Head Christian, 2-0. Beaufort High scored one goal in each half for the win last Saturday.

Taylor Rabon broke the scoreless game open with a goal for Beaufort High in the first half. Tori Owens gave Beaufort High an opportunity to move ahead 2-0 when she found the net with a goal in the second half.

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