Eagles show HR clout vs. Cougars

Beaufort High baseball used a pair of home runs and a six-run third inning to break open a tied game and rolled to an 11-1 win over visiting Colleton County on Monday. 

The game was tied at 1 before the Eagles erupted in the third, stringing together four hits sandwiched around an error to plate three runs before Matt Bornsheuer launched a three-run homer to make it 7-1. Beaufort tacked on three more in the fourth and ended it early on Rhogue Wallace’s solo blast in the sixth.

Wallace had a monster game, going 2-for-2 with a homer, two walks, and four runs, while Rush Riley tripled and drove in three, and William Winburn was 1-for-3 with two RBIs. 

Ollie Holmes went the distance on the mound for Beaufort, striking out eight and allowing just one unearned run on seven hits with one walk. 

Beaufort (7-7, 5-2) was set to travel to Colleton County (4-12, 1-6) to complete the series Wednesday. 


JPII keeps win streak rolling with romp at CPA

John Paul II boys soccer improved its record after traveling to Colleton Prep Academy for a dominant 7-0 win Thursday night. 

The Golden Warriors were in control at both ends of the field all night long, as Trenton Lafountain opened up the scoring in the early minutes of the game. 

Austin Floyd led JPII by gathering a hat trick, and Jackson Ogden, Finn Mahoney, and Kelon Reynolds each added goals. Mahoney, Chris Orta, and Tristian Racey-Salvatto each earned assists. 

Mighty Lions beat BA to remain undefeated

Holy Trinity boys soccer continued its undefeated season with a 4-2 road win over crosstown rival Beaufort Academy on Monday.

Levi Dyer scored a pair of goals, and Ashton Stacks and Bray Sheehan each added a goal for the Mighty Lions. 

Evan Rankin scored both goals for BA, the first on a penalty.

Andrew Jennings and Addison Wilson each made six saves in goal for Holy Trinity.

The Mighty Lions (8-0) host Bridges Prep on Thursday to wrap up the regular-season slate. BA was back in action Tuesday, hosting Palmetto Christian.


Golden Warriors rally for tough road win over War Hawks

John Paul II girls soccer traveled to Walterboro on Wednesday and came home with a hard-fought 2-1 victory over the War Hawks in a region matchup. 

After being down 1-0 in the first half, JPII slowly managed to step up the defense and earned many more scoring opportunities. 

Paige Weniger led the Golden Warriors offensively, scoring both goals in less than a five-minute period in the second half, and Julia Delgado assisted on the go-ahead goal. 

Alondra Hurtado and Brenna Frank also continued to lead the Golden Warriors with their consistency in passing and handling the ball, especially with key facilitator Gin White out this week due to illness. 

Carte, Mighty Lions roar past BA

Holy Trinity girls soccer finished off a season sweep of crosstown rival Beaufort Academy with a 6-1 victory Monday. 

Abby Carte scored a hat trick to lead the way for the Mighty Lions, while Ella Cooler, Lele Cooler, and Callah Dando added a goal each. 

Mary Clanton Bozard had four saves for Holy Trinity. 

The Lions (5-2, 3-1) host Colleton Prep on Thursday. 

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