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Anderson 2nd at Knoxville Open

Beaufort’s Mark Anderson continued his outstanding season on the Web.com Tour with a runner-up finish at the Knoxville Open over the weekend. 

Anderson carded four rounds in the 60s to finish at 14-under-par, one shot behind champion Robby Shelton. 

Despite missing two months with an ankle injury, Anderson sits fourth on the Web.com Tour points list. The top 25 players at the end of the season will earn PGA Tour status.

BHS spring football game this Friday

Beaufort High will hold its annual spring football game at 7 p.m. on Friday, May 24.

Admission is free for anyone who wants to get a first look at the Eagles under new head coach Bryce Lybrand. 

Softball stars earn all-state honors

Four local softball standouts have been named to the all-state team by the S.C. Coaches Association of Women’s Sports.

Beaufort High’s Essence Champion and Lily Bearden were named to the Class 4A team, while Alexis Ortiz and Emily Crosby represented state champion Battery Creek on the Class 3A team.

Eagles 8th at state golf

Beaufort High shot 632 over 36 holes to finish eighth among 16 teams at the Class 4A state golf championships last week at Port Royal Plantation’s Barony Course on Hilton Head Island.

Jerry Bruns carded rounds of 79 and 75 to lead the Eagles and tie for 20th overall. Max Kase (75-80), Riley Kase (82-78), Jack Lubkin (80-83), and Mason Westerfield (95-92) rounded out the lineup for the Eagles.

Host Hilton Head High won the team title with a 607 behind individual medalist Derek Bunce (70-71). 

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