High Schools

Prep Roundup, Dec. 4: Battery Creek wrestlers sweep quad match

sports@islandpacket.comDecember 5, 2013 

Battery Creek High School

WRESTLING

Battery Creek 41, Brunswick (Ga.) 32; Battery Creek 65, Windsor Forest (Ga.) 9; Battery Creek 78, Johnson (Ga.) 6: The Dolphins went 3-0 in a quad-match. Senior Brian Labean (145 pounds), senior Joseph Cuevas (120), sophomore Malik Morgan (170), sophomore Porter Mahan (152) and freshman Omar Daniels (113) were 3-0 for the Dolphins.

Battery Creek wrestles Saturday at the Leon Maxwell Memorial Invitational at Bamberg-Ehrhardt High School.

Academic Magnet 46, Whale Branch 34; Whale Branch 49, Georgetown 22; Berkeley 46, Whale Branch 24: The Warriors went 1-2 in a quad-match. Heavyweight Max Ford went 3-0 for the Warriors with three first-period pins.

Whale Branch wrestles Saturday at the Leon Maxwell Memorial Invitational at Bamberg-Ehrhardt High School.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

JV: Whale Branch 17, Beaufort High 14 (OT)

JV: Bluffton 33, Battery Creek 20

Middle School: St. Francis Catholic School Tip-Off Classic Consolation Round: St. Peter's 18, Thomas Heyward Academy 6; Hilton Head Prep 24, Hilton Head Island Middle 18. Semifinals start at 4 p.m. Thursday.

BOYS BASKETBALL

JV: Beaufort Academy 35, Dorchester Academy 28

JV: Whale Branch 26, Beaufort High 22

JV: Battery Creek 21, Bluffton 15

Middle School: St. Francis Catholic School Tip-Off Classic Consolation Round: St. Peter's 45, Thomas Heyward Academy 38; Hilton Head Christian Academy 24, Riverview Charter 17. Semifinals start at 4 p.m. Thursday.

BOWLING

Hilton Head Prep 523, Cardinal Newman 474: The Dolphins won at Gamecock Lanes in Sumter. Bowling for Hilton Head Prep were 8th-grader Sam Warren, senior John Sheehan, senior Angelo Carrabba, senior Brayden Mitchell and senior Greg Warren.

The Dolphins face Laurence Manning Dec. 11 at Gamecock Lanes in Sumter.

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