Sports briefs for October 18th

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HS Volleyball

Battery Creek’s volleyball team clinched the Region 8-3A title with a 3-0 (25-18, 25-17, 25-20) win over May River on Tuesday, Oct. 9.

McKenzie Young dished out 18 assists to go with seven kills, and Dazanni Hinton had 15 kills and five blocks to lead the Dolphins. Daniella Ramirez added 13 assists and six aces, Caroline Malphrus had seven kills, Emily Crosby had seven digs, and Laiani McCullough added five kills and five aces.

The Dolphins (20-6-4, 7-0 Region 8-3A) will be the top seed in the Class 3A playoffs and open the postseason at home on Wednesday, Oct. 24.  


Beaufort High’s volleyball team picked up a region win with a 3-0 (25-17, 25-14, 25-17) victory over Colleton County on Tuesday, Oct. 9.

Chase Vaigneur led the Eagles’ attack with nine kills, and McCayla Willingham added seven kills and one block. Hannah Merchant had six kills, setter Madison Gallion had five, and Hailey Lamar had four.

The Eagles had a strong defensive night led by libero Peyton Polk.

Beaufort High was scheduled to host the Cougars in a rematch Tuesday, Oct. 16, before concluding the regular season against Hilton Head High on Thursday.

HS Girls Golf

Beaufort High qualified for the SCHSL Class 4A Girls Golf Championships by virtue of a sixth-place finish at the Lower State qualifier Monday at Port Royal Golf Club’s Barony Course on Hilton Head Island.

Beaufort posted a team score of 413 to finish sixth. The top eight teams qualified for the state tournament Oct. 22-23 at Hackler Golf Club in Conway.

AC Flora (364) edged Myrtle Beach by one shot for the team title, while Dreher’s Jordan Guyton claimed the individual title with a 5-over-par 77.

Beaufort’s Izzy Stone finished third with an 80, and Hilton Head High’s Emma Hayward (86) tied for fifth.

Hilton Head High (402): T5. Emma Hayward 86; 20. McKenzie Bradley 99; T21. Morgan Caramello 100; T36. Eliza Jane Coulter 117; 48. Stella Piccioli 131

Beaufort High (413): 3. Izzy Stone 80; T14. Amelia McKnight 96; T37. Kyleigh Tokar 118; T40. Elissa Hooper 119; Angelina Guerrero WD

Bluffton (497): 29. Lucia Serratelli 110; T37. Sarah Lazier 118; 45. Jennifer Richardson 128; 53. Laura Jeffcoat 141; 56. Caroline Kelley 146

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