Prep Roundup, April 20: Hilton Head baseball team tops Berkeley, 1-0

sports@islandpacket.comApril 20, 2013 

BASEBALL

Hilton Head Island High 1, Berkeley 0: Winning pitcher Mat Clark went the distance, striking out nine, and the Seahawks shut out their region rivals to complete the regular season.

Clark allowed three hits and no walks for the Seahawks, who received the No. 2 playoff seed.

Hilton Head Island High's Aaron Facenda drove in the game's only run with a fifth-inning double and Clark opened the inning with a lead-off single.

Facenda finished with two hits.

Hilton Head Island High improved to 15-4, while Berkeley fell to 20-2.

GIRLS SOCCER

Beaufort Academy 6, James Island Christian 0: Miranda Weslake scored four goals, and freshman Allison Alvarez added two more as the Eagles cruised to an easy non-region win.

Goalkeeper Charlotte Delfosse made three saves for the shutout.

Beaufort Academy (8-2) hosts Bible Baptist at 4 p.m. Tuesday.

BOYS SOCCER

Beaufort Academy 3, James Island Christian 0: Goalkeeper Reyn Robinson notched his fifth shutout of the season for the Eagles.

Jack Olson had two goals for Beaufort Academy, and Finn Koppernaes also scored.

The Eagles (10-1) travel Tuesday to Cathedral Academy.

TRACK AND FIELD

Bluffton: The Bobcats set three school records at Tuesday's Beaufort County Championships.

In the girls discus, Alexis Manuel led a 1-2 Bluffton finish with a school-record toss of 97 feet, 7 inches. The Bobcats' Alexa Plcari placed second.

Other Bluffton records came from William Dupont, who cleared 22-1 1/2 to win the boys long jump, and the 4x100 boys relay team, which finished in 43.36 seconds to place second behind Beaufort High. Relay runners for Bluffton were Michael Spence, Khaedil Ergas, Dupont and Herbert Daise.

Bluffton athletes next take part in the region meet Thursday at Summerville.

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