Prep Roundup, Sept. 30: Bluffton wins title at own volleyball tournament

info@islandpacket.comSeptember 30, 2012 

The Bluffton High School volleyball team outlasted rival Hilton Head Island High in the championship match of the nine-team Beaufort County Invitational on Saturday in Bluffton, as the Bobcats defeated the Seahawks in three games in the Gold division final, 25-14, 26-27, 17-15.

Mackenzie Cooler led the way for Bluffton (27-6) with 47 kills and 41 assists. Jordan Franklin tallied 25 kills, 53 assists and 15 digs on the day. Abby Roulston had 22 kills and 14 kill-blocks, and Morgan Delaplane came up with 17 digs for the Bobcats, who were undefeated in pool play.

Hilton Head High also was perfect in pool play.

The Silver championship was won by Hilton Head Prep, which defeated Beaufort High, 25-15, 25-9.

Pool 1 Records (games): Bluffton 6-0, Sumter 4-2, Whale Branch 2-5, Charleston Math & Science 1-6

Pool 2 Records (games): Hilton Head High 8-0, Holly Hill Academy 5-3, Hilton Head Prep 5-3, Beaufort High 2-6, Beaufort Academy 0-8


HHCA Invitational: Newberry Academy won the boys title and Pinewood Prep was the girls champion Saturday in Hilton Head Christian's meet at the Island Recreaction Center pool. The host Eagles took third in the boys division and fourth on the girls side.

Charles Michael and Charlie Guenther led the HHCA boys, each winning an event. Michael was first in the 200 freestyle and second in the 100 backstroke, while Guenther won the 100 breaststroke. They also were part of a second-place finish in the 200 medley relay.

Ashley Weaver starred for the HHCA girls, winning the 100 butterfly and 100 breaststroke.

A split squad from Hilton Head High finished third on the girls' side.

Team Scores

Boys: Newberry Academy 125, Pinewood Prep 91, Hilton Head Christian 84.5, Wilson Hall 54, Heathwood Hall 41, Augusta Christian 39, Trinity Christian 38, Hilton Head High 19

Girls: Pinewood Prep 133, Wilson Hall 102, Hilton Head High 88, Hilton Head Christian 62, Trinity Christian 53, Newberry Academy 27, Heathwood Hall 20

Hilton Head Christian top finishers

Boys -- Charles Michael, 1st, 200 freestyle, 2:17.41; Charlie Guenther, 1st, 100 breaststroke, 1:10.25; Charles Michael, 2nd, 100 backstroke, 1:17.98; Drew Robinson, 3rd, 50 freestyle, 26.80; Charlie Guenther, 4th, 100 freestyle, 58.95; Boys 200 medley relay, 2nd, 1:49.99 (Bryson Cummings, Robinson, Guenther, Michael)

Girls -- Ashley Weaver, 1st, 100 butterfly, 1:12.22; Ashley Weaver, 1st, 100 breaststroke, 1:26.66; Audrey Robinson, 3rd, 50 freestyle, 29.99; Audrey Robinson, 4th, 100 freestyle, 1:06.06; Girls 400 relay, 3rd, 5:38.66 (Sydney Cantwell, Ashley Stauffer, GreyAnne Cummings, Maddie Cunningham)


Pinewood Prep 6, Hilton Head Christian 2: The Eagles remained winless in region play, falling to Pinewood Prep for the second time in as many days. Pinewood swept the singles matches, and Hilton Head Christian (2-7 overall, 0-5 region) won both doubles matches.

Singles: 1. Mollie Polk (PP) d. Madison Dillon 6-4, 2-6, 11-9; 2. Megan Evans (PP) d. Monica Bundy 6-0, 6-4; 3. Shauna Fletcher (PP) d. Catherine Campbell 7-6, 6-3; 4. Haley Foster (PP) d. Maddy Bauer 6-2, 6-0; 5. Sarah Banks-Tapp (PP) d. Meredith Inglis 2-6, 6-4, 10-5; 6. Maya Freidrich (PP) d. Carly Munn 6-2, 6-1

Doubles: 1. Bundy/Dillon (HHCA) d. Fletcher/Banks-Tapp 6-2; 3. Inglis/Munn (HHCA) d. Schmieting/Calentey 6-4

Pinewood Prep 7, Hilton Head Christian 1 (Friday)

Singles: 1. Mollie Polk (PP) d. Madison Dillon 6-3, 6-3; 2. Megan Evans (PP) d. Monica Bundy 6-4, 6-7, 17-15; 3. Shauna Fletcher (PP) d. Lindsey Lane 7-5, 6-1; 4. Haley Foster (PP) d. Catherine Campbell 7-6, 6-1; 5. Sara Banks Tapp (PP) d. Maddy Bauer 6-1, 7-5; 6. Maya Friderich (PP) d. Meredith Inglis 6-3, 7-6

Doubles: 1. Polk/Fletcher (PP) d. Campbell/Dillon 7-6; 3. Carly Munn/Bauer (HHCA) d. E. Martichenko/A. Schmieting 6-1

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