Prep Roundup, March 28: Beaufort High soccer team rallies past Colleton County

info@islandpacket.comMarch 28, 2012 

BOYS SOCCER

Beaufort High 4, Colleton County 2: Hector Lopez scored two goals, and the Eagles rallied from a 2-0 halftime deficit to notch their first win in Region 8-AAAA.

Josh Gutierrez and David Seguine also scored in the second half for Beaufort High (3-2, 1-1).

Mack Stansell took over in goal 20 minutes into the game, holding Colleton County scoreless the rest of the way while making 15 saves.

Beaufort High plays at Ashley Ridge on Thursday.

Hilton Head High 4, Battery Creek 0: Chip Tremarelli scored twice for the Seahawks, and Chris MacMurray and Ruben Romero added goals. Mike Ritterbeck and Conner Goulet combined for the shutout. The Seahawks (3-3, 2-0) host North Gwinnett (Ga.) at 8 p.m. on Thursday, April 5.

Manuel Mejia had nine saves for the 15th-ranked Dolphins. Battery Creek (5-1-1, 2-1) hosts Hardeeville at 5 p.m. Friday.

Bluffton 2, Berkeley 0: Chris Sullivan made three saves and earned the shutout in goal for the Bobcats. Bluffton's goals came from Will Holland and Gerardo Garcia, who scored on a diving header assisted by Davis Rosenblum.

Bluffton (2-1, 2-4) next faces Cardinal Newman on Friday in the Airport Select Invitational in Columbia.

Hardeeville 6, Branchville 0: The Hurricanes, No. 5 in Class 1-A, got goals from Pedro Vargas-Tores, Jerry Garcia, Keleon de Leon, Martin Sotelo, Adrian Morles, and Hector Guerreo. Sotelo finished with 3 assists, and de Leon added another. The Hurricanes (5-1, 3-0) travel Friday night to Battery Creek for a nonregion match-up.

Hilton Head Prep 4, Cathedral Academy 3 (PK): Will Peterkin hit the Dolphins' fourth penalty shot in six tries and Zen Wiggins stopped Cathedral's chance to even it up to seal the victory.

Aidan Hegarty scored twice and Dan Chambers added a goal for Hilton Head Prep in regulation, while Colin White and Peterkin each had an assist. Wiggins had 11 saves in goal.

Logan Clark, White and Chambers also hit penalty kicks for Hilton Head Prep (4-2), which plays at 7 p.m. Friday at Hilton Head Christian.

Hilton Head Christian 2, St. Andrew's 0: Zach Reynolds and Conner Millen scored for the Eagles, and Caleb Lewis had an assist. Cole Malphrus earned the shutout in goal for Hilton Head Christian (2-6, 0-3), which hosts Hilton Head Prep at 7 p.m. Friday.

JV: Hilton Head 6, Battery Creek 0

JV: Bluffton 2, Berkeley 0

GIRLS SOCCER

Hilton Head Christian 8, St. Andrews 0: Nicole Sicilia led the Eagles with three goals, and Allison Meeder, Abigail Bensch, Audrey Bensch, Ashley Donlandson and Stevie DeSimone added single goals.

Emily Williams and Rebecca Meeder combined for the shutout for Hilton Head Christian (5-6, 3-2), which hosts Hilton Head Prep at 5 p.m. Friday.

Ashley Hall 6, Hilton Head Prep 1: After trailing 2-0 at the half, the Dolphins pulled to within 2-1 early in the second half on Halie Parker's goal before Ashley Hall scored four unanswered goals to win going away.

Ashley Hall's Katie Morrison scored three times, while Julia Tengsvall had two goals and Morgan Schweers had one. Hilton Head Prep (4-2, 2-2) plays at 5 p.m. Friday at Hilton Head Christian.

Beaufort High 3, Colleton County 0: Molly Murphy scored twice and Amanda Conners added a goal for the Eagles. Carson Moore made three saves and earned the shutout for Beuafort (2-3, 1-0), which hosts Ashley Ridge at 7 Thursday night.

JV: Beaufort High 1, Colleton County 0 (PK)

BOYS TENNIS

Barnwell 4, Whale Branch 3: Sophomore Dustin Jagos, Whale Branch's No. 1 singles player, stayed perfect on the season defeating Shannon Williams 6-0, 6-1, but the Warriors' first program victory continued to elude them.

At No. 1 doubles, Jagos teamed with Prince Israel to beat Williams and Chase Parler, 6-3, 6-4. Whale Branch's Josh Salters and Marcus Bell defeated Deonte Spann and Will Burt 6-2, 6-2 at No. 2 doubles.

Four of the five losses for Whale Branch (0-5) have been 4-3, and all four of the Warriors' singles losses went to tiebreakers on Tuesday.

BOYS GOLF

SCISAA Region 3-AAA match: Hilton Head Prep's Woody Woodward edged teammate Tyler Williams for medalist honors on a windy day at Palmetto Hall, but Pinewood Prep finished on top of the four-team match.

Pinewood had a 323 total. Hilton Head Christian Academy was next at 329, Hilton Head Prep finished at 331 and Porter-Gaud was last with 341.

RJ Bartolomucci led Hilton Head Christian with an 80, Bryson Nimmer shot 82, JD Lehman had an 83, and Will Miles finished with an 84.

The Eagles will be participating in the Lowcountry Classic at Edisto this weekend, a 22-team meet on Saturday and Sunday.

BASEBALL

Thomas Heyward Academy 11, First Baptist 3: Ryan Day tossed a complete-game, three-hitter, and also went 3 for 5 at the plate as the Rebels remained undefeated in SCISAA Region 1-AA.

Zack Newton and JD Tuten each went 2 for 3 for Thomas Heyward (7-5, 4-0), which will host Hilton Head Christian Academy at 7 p.m. Friday.

Hilton Head Christian 4, Hilton Head Prep 1: Alec Ambrosic surrendered two hits and an earned in six innings for the win, and Andrew Halley struck out the side in the seventh for the save.

At the plate, Halley went 2 for 2 with a run scored, and John Jenkins was 1 for 2 with three RBIs. The Eagles (5-4, 2-2) play at 7 p.m. Friday at Thomas Heyward Academy.

Bluffton 4, Cane Bay 3 (Monday): The Bobcats scored four times in the bottom of the seventh inning to rally for a Region 7-AAA victory.

Khalil Mitchell went 3 for 3 to lead the Bluffton offense. Michael Grant and Tucker Mosley each had two hits, and Logan Phillips had a two-run single.

Cooper Boni picked up the win in relief, giving up one hit in two scoreless innings.

JV: Hilton Head Island High 12, Battery Creek 5

Middle School: Hilton Head 19, Whale Branch 1, 5 innings

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