Prep Roundup, March 14

info@islandpacket.comMarch 14, 2012 

BOYS SOCCER

Beaufort Academy 3, Battery Creek 3: Connor Akers scored in stoppage time as Beaufort Academy rallied to tie the Dolphins.

Akers also had an assist on one of Gibson Achurch's two goals. George Sanford also had an assist for the Eagles (0-2-1).

Alan Escobar scored two goals, and John Saullo had the other goal for Battery Creek (2-1-1). Luca Basuino had one assist.

Miguel Mejia made 11 saves for Battery Creek, while Zach Bachtell made two saves for Beaufort Academy.

Beaufort Academy plays Tuesday at Cathedral Academy. Battery Creek opens Region 7-AAA play at Cane Bay on Friday.

Hardeeville 6, Branchville 0: Martin Sotelo scored two goals as the Hurricanes opened up their Region 5-A schedule with a win.

Alex Morales, Kelin DeLeon and Adrian Morales also scored goals. Goalie Marcos Cisca also scored, doing so on a penalty kick for the Hurricanes (2-1, 1-0).

Sotelo, Brandon Legath and Edna Bernal each had an assist for Hardeeville, which travels to Colleton County on Thursday.

Porter-Gaud 5, Hilton Head Christian 0: The Eagles fell to 1-2 on the season after being shut out by the Cyclones.

GIRLS SOCCER

Beaufort Academy 9, Patrick Henry 1: Miranda Weslake scored three goals as the Eagles opened region play with a victory.

McKenzie Blake, Madeline Griffith, Shelby Mixson, Laura Roddy, Xavia Lemott and Kelly Schnaubelt each had one goal for Beaufort Academy (2-2, 1-0). Charlotte Delfosse made three saves for the Eagles, who play at Cathedral Academy on Tuesday.

Porter-Gaud 4, Hilton Head Christian 1: Nicole Sicilia scored a second-half goal, but that was all the Eagles could produce. Hilton Head Christian hosts Pinewood Prep at 4 p.m. Thursday.

BASEBALL

Hilton Head Prep 10, Thomas Heyward 8 (5 inn., rain): Patrick Briody was 2 for 2 with a home run and two runs scored to lead the Dolphins. Dylan Powell went 2 for 3 with two runs.

Greg Warren threw three perfect innings for Prep (4-0), which trailed 8-2 after two innings before rallying.

Hilton Head Prep plays at Memorial at 4 p.m. Friday.

Thomas Heyward falls to 5-1 on the season.

Middle School: Hilton Head 10, Robert Smalls 0, 5 innings

SOFTBALL

Thomas Heyward 15, Dorchester Academy 0: Kayla Canavan was 2 for 3 with a home run and three RBIs to lead the Rebels.

Sydney Glassberg went 3 for 3 with two RBIs, and Taylor Ernestine was 2 for 3 with three RBIs. Ashlie Layman was 2 for 3 with one RBI, and she also struck out seven batters. She faced 11 batters and allowed only one hit for the Rebels (2-1), who play at Pinewood Prep at 6:30 tonight.

BOYS GOLF

Bengal Invitational: Hilton Head Christian finished 10th in the 27-team tournament at Columbia Country Club. Blythewood won the event.

JD Lehman led the way for the Eagles, finishing with a total of 78-77--155. Also factoring in the scoring for HHCA were Bryson Nimmer 78-79--157, Kyle Weaver 78-81--159 and Will Miles 85-75--160.

BOYS LACROSSE

Hilton Head Island High 14, Savannah Club 1: Nate Jones scored six goals and had an assist to lead the Seahawks to the win.

Thomas Farrell added three goals, and Nick Bautista had two goals and two assists for Hilton Head High (5-2).

Harrison Moore, Nick Beach and Tucker Roberts each scored one goal, while Ross Lovette, Justin Shaw, Alex Matouseck and Will Urbin each had one assist.

Madison Gayle made three saves in goal, and Michael Stumm made one save for the Seahawks, who host Spartanburg at 7:30 p.m. Friday.

CLAY SHOOTING

Hilton Head Christian: The Eagles Clay Shooting Team competed against 360 shooters in Camden on Saturday. Kerry Davis placed fourth among girls with a score of 78. Also competing were: Drew Davis (87), Kelly Humes (51), Hunter Greenwell (61), James Bartholomew (67), Shaun Poole (46), and Jack Allen (47).

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