High School Scoreboard – May 19th

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TRACK AND FIELD

Beaufort High girls’ team repeats as Class 3-A champion

Under veteran head coach Herbert Glaze’s guidance, the Beaufort High School girls’ track and field program captured its 10th state championship this past Saturday. Savionna Glover paced the Beaufort High Lady Eagles with first-place finishes in the girls’ long jump and the girls’ triple jump. The Beaufort High girls’ 4×100 and 4×400 relay teams finished first as well. Glover also placed second in the girls’ 100 meter dash.

Second-place finishers for the Beaufort High girls’ track and field team were Bre-Anna Heyward White (400 meter dash) and Amanda Barnes (pole vault). Beaufort scored 79 points, pulling away to beat second-place Daniel, which totaled 59 points.

The Hilton Head Island girls’ team placed eighth. Miyah Shatz finished first in the 1,600 meter run and the 4×800 relay team also prevailed for the Hilton Head Island girls’ track and field program. Another Hilton Head Island girls’ runner, Mallory Liggett, finished second in the 3,200 meter run.

In Class 2-A, the Battery Creek girls finished fourth.

GIRLS’ SOCCER

Hilton Head Prep wins easily

The Hilton Head Prep girls’ soccer team earned a shutout win in the SCISA 2-A Girls’ Soccer Tournament on Tuesday, May 10. Charlotte Covington scored four goals to help lead Hilton Head Prep to an impressive 6-0 win over Coastal Christian in the SCISA Class 2-A Girls’ Soccer Tournament on Tuesday, May 10. Accompanying Covington in the Hilton Head Prep scoring column, Katie Cadden and Cori Leonard netted one goal apiece for the Dolphins.

Productive Hilton Head Prep secured an early lead and dominated throughout the postseason match.

With the win, Hilton Head Prep advanced to meet undefeated Christian Academy.

Hilton Head Christian notches shutout win  

Emily Bailey scored three goals to push Hilton Head Christian past The King’s Academy 3-0 in the SCISA Class 2-A Girls’ Soccer Tournament on Tuesday, May 10. Hilton Head Christian was able to limit The King’s Academy’s shots on the goal throughout the contest.

The win allowed Hilton Head Christian to advance to meet Oakbrook Prep in Columbia.