Beaufort High School’s Lele Cooler, center, tries to control the ball against Bluffton during a scoreless first half Friday night at Beaufort. The Lady Bobcats bested the Lady Eagles during the second half and came away with a 2-0 win. Photo by Bob Sofaly.


BA bounces back vs. War Hawks 

After being blanked 10-0 by Hilton Head Prep on Tuesday, Beaufort Academy girls soccer got back in the win column with a 5-0 victory at Colleton Prep on Wednesday. 

Claire Tumlin and Margaret Hiers each scored a pair of goals, and Madi McDougall added one for the Eagles. Mads Trice made four saves to preserve the clean sheet for BA. 

Creek blanks Hawks in region opener 

Taelyr Daugherty scored two of Battery Creek girls soccer’s three goals and Natalie Cruz-Woodley added a third as the Dolphins defeated Region 8-3A foe Hanahan 3-0 on Thursday at Whale Branch. 

Daugherty’s first goal put Creek on the board just 10 minutes into the game, but it was the only score of the half as the Dolphins took a 1-0 lead to the break. 

The freshman forward added her second goal late in the second half to put the Dolphins up 2-0 and Cruz-Woodley sent a direct free kick into the back of the net in stoppage time. 

Battery Creek outshot the Hawks 13-5, as a strong Dolphins defense limited the Hawks’ chances and Anna Moore recorded the shutout with five saves. 

The Dolphins (4-1, 1-0) couldn’t continue the momentum Friday at Wade Hampton, as the Red Devils netted the game-winner after the break for a 3-2 win. 

Sophia Felix and Ruthie Floyd each had a goal and an assist, and Anna Moore made four saves for the Dolphins. 

Eagles can’t find net vs. Bobcats 

Beaufort High put up a strong defensive effort, but visiting Bluffton found its offense late to defeat the Eagles 2-0 to open Region 7-4A play. 

After a defensively-played first half, the Bobcats broke the stalemate with 12 minutes to go. Angelina Facendo knocked in an Emmaline Parrott corner to grab the lead, and Anna Parrott added a key insurance goal off a through ball with three minutes to play. Chapelyn Terodemos held it down between the pipes for Bluffton, recording four saves and a clean sheet. 

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