Amyah Todd had a big game on her Senior Night to lead Beaufort High girls lacrosse to a 12-3 win over visiting Savannah Christian on Thursday.
Todd racked up three goals off three takeaways and gathered nine groundballs to lead a dominant effort by the Eagles in their regular-season finale, as she and fellow seniors Lily Dangerfield and Sydney Lashley were honored.
Sophia Pellegrino added three goals on just six shots, and Megan Alvarez scored the first two goals of her career for the Eagles. Annabelle Hooper also scored twice, Lillian Carr added a goal, and Kelina Snipes also netted her first career goal.
Beaufort’s defense was in command all night with Julia Pollitzer leading the charge, and Shelby Holstein stopped six of the nine shots she faced.
Beaufort (7-5) now awaits its playoff seeding and first-round draw.
Above: Beaufort’s Kellina Shipes, center, splits two Savannah Christian defenders and shoots the ball past the goalie for a goal during the second half of their non-region lacrosse game Thursday night at Beaufort High School. The Eagles offense scored seven goals in the second half to win, 12-3. Photo by Bob Sofaly.