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Eagles qualify for Class 4A state meet

Led by Jerry Bruns’ second-place finish, Beaufort High’s boys golf team placed fifth at the Class 4A Lower State qualifier Monday at Hackler Golf Course in Conway to qualify for next week’s state meet.

The Eagles posted a team score of 320 to finish fifth, just six shots behind Hartsville and Myrtle Beach.

Bruns shot 1-over-par 73 to tie for second, two shots behind Myrtle Beach’s Keegan Vaugh.

Hilton Head High will host the Class 4A state championship Monday and Tuesday at Port Royal Plantation’s Barony Golf Course.

Beaufort High (320) — Jerry Bruns 73, Max Kase 80, Riley Kase 80, Jack Lubkin 87, George Cooler 92


BA boys roll in playoff opener

Beaufort Academy’s boys moved one step closer to claiming their sixth consecutive SCISA 1A state championship with a 3-0 win over visiting Pee Dee Academy on Monday.

Thomas Holladay, Ashton Bell, and Ben Trask scored for the Eagles. 

BA (14-1) was slated to host Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach in a semifinal game Wednesday with the winner advancing to the state championship game at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Porter-Gaud in Charleston. 

Trio of Dolphins named to all-region team

Battery Creek’s Alex Cruz, Sonny Quintanilla, and Camden Vuocolo were named to the All-Region 8-3A first team. 

The Dolphins won their first-round playoff match 6-3 over Lake City before losing 7-1 to top-ranked Bishop England in the second round.


Holy Trinity goes into playoffs on high note

Holy Trinity’s girls finished off an undefeated regular season with a 4-2 win at Hilton Head Prep on Friday.

Hannah Reedy scored two goals, and Mills Langehans and Lydia Mahan added a goal apiece for the Lions, while Mary Clanton Bozard posted 17 saves in goal.

The Lions (8-0-1) were scheduled to host Charleston Collegiate in the SCISA 1A semifinal on Tuesday with the winner advancing to play either Beaufort Academy or Cambridge Academy in the state championship game at 5:30 p.m. Friday at Porter-Gaud.


Holy Trinity competes at SCISA state meet

Holy Trinity’s boys collected seven points at the SCISA State Championships on Saturday, with Logan Lawson playing a part in all of them. Lawson placed fifth in the 800 and was part of the fourth-place 4×400 relay — along with Thomas Smith, Parker Smith, and Ruben Pena — and he joined Parker Smith, Pena, and Ethan Marquardt on the 4×800 relay team that finished sixth. 

Holy Trinity’s girls scored one point on a sixth-place finish in the 4×800 relay.

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