Prep roundup, May 3: Logan Clark plays hero on Hilton Head Prep's senior day

sports@islandpacket.comMay 3, 2013 

Thursday was Senior Night at Hilton Head Prep. And since Logan Clark is the Dolphins' only senior, it was his night.

He didn't disappoint.

For the second straight game, Clark scored the game-winning goal as Hilton Head Prep defeated Beaufort Academy, 3-2, in boys soccer action.

After scoring the go-ahead goal against Hilton Head Christian in extra time on Tuesday, Clark netted a direct free kick with about four minutes remaining against Beaufort Academy.

Teron Daley scored twice for the Dolphins, while Cark added a goal and two assists.

Zenon Parker had 15 saves in goal for Hilton Head Prep (9-10), which finds out its playoff fate Friday.

Battery Creek 3, Wade Hampton 1: William Lopez had a goal and an assist, and John Saullo scored twice for the Dolphins. Oscar Terrablanca added an assist, and Miguel Mejia had four saves in goal.

The Dolphins must wait to see who their Tuesday playoff opponent is.

  • JV: Wade Hampton 4, Batter Creek 3, SO


    Wade Hampton 4, Battery Creek 0: Tabitha Spurlock had 10 saves in goal for the Dolphins, who fnish the regular season at 7-8, 5-2 Region 6-AA.

    The Dolphins know they'll be in the playoffs Monday but don't know where they're going.

    Beaufort Academy 6, Hilton Head Prep 2: Miranda Weslake scored four times for the Eagles, while Mary Alice Strohmeyer and Xavia Lemott each added goals.

    Hope Keane and Amanda Kahn each had an assist, and Charlotte Delfosse had eight saves in goal for the Eagles (13-2), who must wait to learn their playoff seeding.

    Hilton Head Christian 8, St. Andrew's 0: Lexi Lainhart scored twice and Allison Meeder, Rebecca Meeder, Callie Haertal, Grace Berrigan, Alyssa Lane and Hannah Reynolds had single goals for the Eagles (17-5, 9-3).

    Lindsey Gillis had a pair of assists and Haertal had another, while Logan Cherry and Mary Ellen Dolyniuk got the job done in goal.

    The Eagles finish 17-5 and wait to learn who add where they play this week.


    Thomas Heyward Academy 5, Northwood 1: Taylor Ernestine went 2 for 3 with a bases-loaded triple pitched four strong innings of relief as the Rebels improved to 15-5.

    Brielle Jungblut went 2 for 2 with an RBI, and Sydney Glassberg was 1 for 2 with an RBI.

    Starting pitcher Selice Daley struck out six over three innings to earn the win.

    Thomas Heyward plays a doubleheader today at Marlboro Academy and then comes home Tuesday night for rescheduled rainout game against Pinewood Prep.

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