High School Basketball

Prep Roundup, Feb. 14: Hilton Head Christian boys, girls defeat Coastal Hurricanes

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February 14, 2014 

BOYS BASKETBALL

Hilton Head Christian Academy 84, Coastal Hurricanes 48: Brad Meccariello had 20 points to lead the Eagles to victory in their final home game of the regular season.

Frank Smith added 12 points and John Polk scored 10 for Hilton Head Christian (10-13), which wraps up the regular season at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at Beaufort Academy. Hilton Head Christian will find out Wednesday if it made the SCISAA playoffs.

Daniel Collins scored 14 points to lead the home-schooled Hurricanes, while Jack Novak added 11.

Ridgeland-Hardeeville 62, Bishop England 47: The Jaguars finished up a successful regular season with a win in Charleston, ending the year with a 13-1 record in Region 6-AA. The Jaguars had already wrapped up the region title prior to Friday's game.

Ridgeland-Hardeeville (18-5) was led by Terrance Frazier's 12 points. He also had five rebounds and four steals. Charles Mitchell and Kevon Williams each had nine points. Trenard Ferrell contributed eight points, four rebounds and a pair of blocked shots, and Ransom Dunham had seven points and five boards.

The Jaguars will open the Class 2-A playoffs on Thursday, hosting either Silver Bluff or Barnwell.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Hilton Head Christian 70, Coastal Hurricanes 23: Sophomore Ziaira Doe had 16 points to lead four players in double figures for the Eagles.

Andy Anderson and Bria McCarthy added 13 points each, and Macee Tamminen scored 10 for the Eagles, who led 41-12 at halftime.

The Eagles (18-4) end the regular season at Beaufort Academy on Tuesday.

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