High Schools

Prep Roundup, Jan. 8: Battery Creek wrestlers sweep home quad match

sports@islandpacket.comJanuary 9, 2014 

Battery Creek High School

WRESTLING

Quad match at Battery Creek: The Dolphins went 3-0, downing Whale Branch 51-24, Savannah Christian 52-21 and Bishop England 48-25.

Undefeated wrestlers for Battery Creek included Jonathan Wright (285 pounds), Cooper Kaminsky (195), Malik Morgan (170), Porter Mahan (152), Brian Labean (145), Turhon White (138), Pernando Whitehead (132) and Liam Payne (132).

Battery Creek (22-9) wrestles at the Indian Land Duals on Saturday.

Whale Branch went 2-1. In addition to the Warriors' loss to the Dolphins, Whale Branch beat Savannah Christian 54-24 and Bishop England 43-35.

Max Ford (285), Chris Conn (120), Tasheen Williams (126) and Lavar Washington were unbeaten for Whale Branch (9-13).

Ashley Ridge 54, Beaufort High 18: The Eagles fell to 9-7 with the loss.

Jake Sharp (113), William Spann (120), Eric Blakely (182) and Kentrell Seabrook (285) won their matches for Beaufort High. Spann and Seabrook won by pin.

The Eagles compete Friday and Saturday in the Dreher individual tournament.

BOYS BASKETBALL

JV: Battery Creek 33, Whale Branch 30

GIRLS BASKETBALL

JV: Whale Branch 34, Battery Creek 18

JV: Beaufort High 33, Hilton Head Island 24

BOWLING

Hilton Head Prep: The Dolphins' second team downed Orangeburg Prep, 446-444, with a team-record series at Gamecock Lanes in Sumter. The team consisted of sophomore Jack Dextraze, sophomore Maggie Sulek, sophomore Kiara Parker, eighth-grader Sam Warren and senior Angelo Carrabba.

The first team, consisting of seniors John Sheehan, Greg Warren, Brayden Mitchell, Shaun Topper and James Leonard, fell to Orangeburg Prep.

The Dolphins next match is Wednesday at 5 p.m. at Gamecock Lanes in Sumter.

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