Hernan Gomez’s second-half goal gave Bluffton a 3-2 victory over Hilton Head on Friday in boys’ soccer.
Alexis Jimenez and Evan Ventrice also had goals for the Bobcats, who improved to 2-0 on the season.
Diante Richard and Matias Logiuratto each scored for the Seahawks. Logiuratto’s goal tied it at 2 with 20 minutes left.
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May River 6, Beaufort 2
Mike Chappelear scored three goals, and Joel Fleek added two in the Sharks’ victory over the Eagles.
Myron Carter and Peyton Langford scored for Beaufort.
John Paul II 8, Patrick Henry 0
Caroline Lavery and Alondra Hurtado each had two goals in the Warriors’ season-opening win.
Mckenna Byrne, Yndia Kessinger and Eileen Lundblad also added goals for JP II.
Hilton Head Prep 10, Palmetto Christian 0
Charlotte Covington scored five times, and Ansleigh Crenshaw added two for the Dolphins.
Crenshaw also had two assists. Single goals were scored by Kierstin Clark, Caitlin Heidel, and Sadie Callen, who also had three assists. Sadie also had three assists.
Area players picked for SCISA All-Star teams
Eleven players from the Lowcountry took part in the SCISA All-Star basketball games.
The games were held Saturday at Wilson Hall in Sumter.
In the Class A game, Beaufort Academy’s Dawson Coleman played for the South team while BA’s Karolina Struharova and Amelia Huebel played on the South girls’ squad.
Hilton Head Prep’s Haddith Stewart, Avern Montaque, and Tyrone Calloway and John Paul II’s Rashad Battiste and Amere Cherry played for the South boys’ squad in the 2A game.
In 2A girls, John Paul II’s Tkai DeVore, Hilton Head Christian Academy’s Brielle McCarthy and Thomas Heyward’s Ivy Bryan played for the South team.