Prep Notebook, April 27: Hilton Head's Tremarelli picked for North/South soccer game

sports@islandpacket.comApril 27, 2013 

Hilton Head Island senior soccer player Chip Tremarelli, who has 21 goals in 20 games has been selected to play in the North/South Soccer Classic, South Carolina's oldest soccer all-star game

The Seahawks are undefeated (14-0) when he scores. He also has 5 assists on the season.

Hilton Head Island High (16-4, 8-1 Region 8-AAAA) owns the Lower State's No. 1 seed for the playoffs.


Four Hilton Head Island High School student athletes signed letters of intent Monday at the school to play athletics at the college level.

Girls lacrosse player Maddie Campbell and boys soccer goalkeeper Connor Goulet signed to play at Division II Newberry.

Baseball player Storm Grisham will play at Division II Anderson University in the Upstate, while the area Wrestler of the Year, Label Lewis, will compete at Rochester.


Bluffton girls soccer player Amanda Rainboth signed this week to play for coach Dan Kenneally at Spartanburg Methodist College.


Six area boys golfers have been named to the 2013 SCISAA All-State team for their performances in the state tournament earlier this week.

Four Hilton Head Christian golfers -- R.J. Bartolomucci, Louisville signee J.D.Lehman, Jonathan Schuble and Bryson Nimmer -- were named to the team, while Hilton Head Prep's Mitchell Campbell and Woody Woodward, a Wake Forest signee, made the squad.


Hilton Head Prep (15-4) is the No. 2 seed and has a first-round bye in the SCISAA Class 3-A baseball playoffs. The Dolphins will host the winner of the three-game series between Heathwood Hall (3) and Florence Christian (6) in a May 3 doubleheader top open the best two-of-three series.If a Game 3 is necessary, it will be May 4 at

In Class 2-A, second-seeded Thomas Heyward Academy (11-5) will host Trinity-Byrnes for a Monday doubleheader. If a third game is necessary, it will be Tuesday at Trinity-Byrnes.


Hilton Head Christian Academy and Hilton Head Prep will take part in the 2013 SCISAA Class 3-a tennis playoffs.

The Eagles (6-5) are the No. 5 seed and will play at No. 4 seed Hammond on Monday. The second-seeded Dolphins will host seventh-seeded Cardinal-Newman at 4 p.m. Monday at Hilton Head Resort.


Whale Branch Early College High School was the Region 5-A runner-up in baseball and softball, and accordingly, has earned some honors.

In baseball, seniors Dee Delaney and Emmanuel Wright, along with 8th-grader Ryan Green, were named all-region. In addition, Joshua Brister was named the Baseball Coaches Choice Coach of the Year.

In softball, 8th-graders Ciara Courtneyand Jessica Shipley, along with senior Kenyada Moultrie, were named all-region. Coach Charlie Simmons is the Softball Coaches Choice Coach of the Year.

Brad Taracuk was named the Boys and Girls Track and Field Coach of the Year for leading both track teams to Region 5-A championships.

Following are the Warriors' All-Region track and field performers who have qualified for thr Class 1-A Lower State qualifier Saturday May 4 at Whale Branch:

Boys: Devonta' Glover (1,600, 3,200), Wesley Murphy (1,600, 3,200), Charles Jiles (800), Damian Brown (800), Devin Brown (110 hurdles, 400), Devonta' Delaney (100, 400 hurdles, high jump), Ezekiel Carter (100, 400 hurdles), NyQuan Gumbs-Smith (high jump), Howard Allen (long jump, triple jump), Javon Gardner (long jump, triple jump), Eric Butler (400), Travon McKee (shot put), Casser Middleton (shot put), Nyles Pinckney (shot put), 4x100, 4x800, 4x400.

Girls: Jewel Roberts (1,600, 3,200), Monae'sha Hamilton (800), Kemoni Jenkins (100 hurdles, 400 hurdles), Kenyada Moultrie (high jump, 200), Shaniqua Johnson (high jump), Nichole Smalls (long jump), Daja Smalls (triple jump), Alexus White (triple jump), Akaila Wilson (triple jump), Marshayia White (100, 200), Daja Smalls (100), Mercedes Smalls (400), Monique Lykes (discus, shot put), Renee Smalls (discus), Shatayia Clark (discus, shot put), Jonae Riley (shot put), 4x100, 4x400, 4x800.

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