Eagles sweep 

Bobcats, can’t hang with Seahawks 

Beaufort High’s lacrosse teams capped off last week with wins over region rival Bluffton, but Hilton Head High stopped the Eagles’ momentum by sweeping the boys and girls matchups Monday. 

The Eagles will be back in action Thursday against James Island with the boys at home and the girls on the road. 


Beaufort High 11, Bluffton 6 

Annabelle Hooper racked up seven goals, including six in the first half, to lead the Eagles to a region win that snapped a five-game losing streak. Beaufort benefited from excellent draw control to build a 9-1 halftime lead and held off the Bobcats’ rally in the second half. Holland Perryman added a goal and three assists, Sophia Pellegrino had two goals and an assist, and Megan Alvarez scored a goal for the Eagles. Shelby Holstein made eight saves to earn the win in goal behind excellent defense from Thalia Moultrie, Julia Politzer, Tia Caruso and Emily Bennett. 

Hilton Head High 15, Beaufort 2 

The Seahawks ran their region winning streak to three games with a lopsided win. Beaufort goalie Shelby Holstein kept the Eagles in it early with several key saves, but Hilton Head stretched the lead to 8-0 by halftime and cruised from there behind a dominant defense led by Sommer Chiasera, Olivia Costello, Emilie Fister and Madison Hull. Anna Ferrebee had four goals and three assists, and Maddie Massie added four goals and an assist to lead the way as seven different Seahawks scored. 


Beaufort High 6, Bluffton 5 (OT) 

The Eagles picked up another big region win by edging the Bobcats in overtime. Michael Morales scored a hat trick, and Anthony Migliorino added a goal and an assist to lead the Eagles, while Diego Martinez tacked on a goal, and Grayson Bridges had an assist. Martinez and Theeb Bayyoud each scooped five groundballs, while Jonah Forrestall was 8-for-9 on the faceoff dot, and Zach Jindrich made nine saves to preserve the margin for the Eagles. 

Hilton Head High 13, Beaufort 4 

The Seahawks ran their winning streak to four games with a region win at home. Still waiting for some stats from this game, but Hilton Head has been on fire of late, scoring 12 or more goals in four straight and seven of its last eight. 

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