Prep Roundup, Sept. 6: Bluffton boys, Hilton Head High girls dominate swim meet

info@islandpacket.comSeptember 6, 2012 

SWIMMING

The Bluffton boys and the Hilton Head Island girls each went 3-0 in a quad-meet Wednesday night at the Island Rec Center with Hilton Head Christian and Hilton Head Prep.

Drew O'Brien (50, 10 freestyle), Andrew Faciszewski (200, 500 freestyle) and Jake Minasi (100 backstroke, 100 butterfly) each won two individual races and each was also on two winning relay teams as Bluffton won every race.

On the girls side, Camille Felix (200, 500 freestyle) won two individual races and swam on the 400 freestyle winning relay team for Hilton Head Island, while Lilla Felix won the 100 backstroke and swam on two relay winners (400 freestyle, 200 medley)

Boys Team scores

Hilton Head Island High School 121, Hilton Head Prep 11

Hilton Head Christian 83, Hilton Head Prep 15

Hilton Head Island High School 106, Hilton Head Christian 47

Bluffton 138, Hilton Head Prep 9

Bluffton 119, Hilton Head Island High School 50

Bluffton 134, Hilton Head Christian 29

Boys Individual winners

50 freestyle: Drew O'Brien, Bluffton, 24.07

100 freestyle: Drew O'Brien, Bluffton, 53.05

200 freestyle: Andrew Faciszewski, Bluffton, 1:48.24

500 freestyle: Andrew Faciszewski, Bluffton, 4:56.37

100 backstroke: Jake Minasi, Bluffton, 56.2

100 breaststroke: John Evans, Bluffton, 1:05.87

100 butterfly: Jake MInasi, Bluffton, 55.66

200 individual medley: Sebastion Bedon, Bluffton, 2:03.62

200 freestyle relay: Bluffton (Faciszewski, David Funk, Minasi, O'Brien), 1:37.16

400 freestyle relay: Bluffton (Bedon, O'Brien, Funk, Faciszewski), 3:33.47

200 medley relay: Bluffton (Minasi, Evans, Bedon, Miles White). 1:47.56

Girls Team scores

Hilton Head Island High School 135, Hilton Head Prep 7

Hilton Head Christian 73, Hilton Head Prep 11

Hilton Head Island High School 135, Hilton Head Christian 21

Bluffton High School 138, Hilton Head Prep 7

Hilton Head Island High School 97, Bluffton 73

Bluffton High School 137, Hilton Head Christian 21

Girls Individual winners

50 freestyle: Madison Wall, Bluffton, 26.08

100 freestyle: Cassie Ley, HHH, 55.43

200 freestyle: Camille Felix, HHH, 2:00.15

500 freestyle: Camille Felix, HHH, 5:18.48

100 backstroke: Lilla Felix, HHH, 1:05.11

100 breaststroke: Victoria Gill, HHH, 1:18.16

100 butterfly: Abby Hess, Bluffton, 1:03.30

200 intermediate: Ashleigh Pangilinan, Bluffton, 2:15.86

200 freestyle relay: Bluffton (Hess, Danielle Faciszewski, Pangilinan, Wall), 1:47.09

400 freestyle relay: Hilton Head High (Ley, C. Felix, L. Felix, Makenna Reeder), 3:53.62

200 medley relay: Hilton Head High (L. Felix, Madison Field, Amelia Rzeczycki, Rachel Magnin), 2:00.14

VOLLEYBALL

Battery Creek 3, Beaufort Academy 0: Tenielia Leak had 12 kills and two blocks to lead the Dolphins to a three-game sweep of Beaufort Academy, 25-21, 25-16, 25-23.

Walicia Patterson added 10 aces and three digs, and Sara Anderson had four aces, six kills and seven digs for Battery Creek (5-3). Tina Kwok finished with seven aces and four digs, La'Schirrae Morrall had four kills and Aujena Mungin added three aces for the Dolphins, who host Colleton County at 5:30 p.m. today.

Beaufort Academy (1-3) plays at Thomas Heyward at 5 p.m. today.

Thomas Heyward 3, Orangeburg Prep 2: The Rebels avenged their season-opening loss to Orangeburg Prep by winning in five games, 25-16, 12-25, 17-25, 25-18, 20-18.

Chandler Cook had 13 kills, three blocks, seven aces and three digs to lead the way for Thomas Heyward (7-3). Laynee Bryan added 11 kills, two aces and eight digs. Hailey Malphrus set for 15 assists and Taylor Ernestine had seven assists for the Rebels, who host Beaufort Academy at 5 p.m. today.

JV: Beaufort Academy 2, Battery Creek 1 (18-25, 25-13, 25-19)

JV: Thomas Heyward 2, Orangeburg Prep 1 (21-25, 25-21, 25-19)

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