U.S. Navy Duals in Columbia: Battery Creek placed eighth in the 22-team tournament, going 4-3 during the two-day event. Hilton Head High settled for 11th after going 1-2 in pool play on Friday.
The Dolphins had three wrestlers make the all-tournament team, and all three went 7-0: Josh Green (125 pounds), Bear Childers (215) and David Ratliff (285).
Considering the Dolphins (20-15) forfeited two weight classes in every match, coach Kyle Kimrey was generally pleased with his team's performance.
"It was good, but it wasn't quite the energy level we want," Dolphins coach Kyle Kimrey said. "But after two big emotional matches this week, it was kind of a relaxed atmosphere up there."
Battery Creek wrestles again on Monday, taking on Beaufort High and Stratford at Beaufort High.
Hilton Head High, which opened in a pool with eventual champion Pigeon Forge (Tenn.), won five straight matches to finish up the tournament 6-2.
The Seahawks (25-11) had four wrestlers finish 7-1 at the event: Nick Tennison (112), Label Lewis (119), Campbell Miller (140) and Nick Bautista (189).
Chris Ordonez (135) went 6-2, Matt Johns (130) was 5-2, and Seth Anthony (152) and Luke Barsness (215) were 5-3 for Hilton Head High, which hosts Battery Creek on Wednesday in a match that should decide the Region 7-AAA championship.
Battery Creek Results
Battery Creek 60, Central Cabarrus (N.C.) 24
Battery Creek 51, Dreher 27
Sumter 39, Battery Creek 35
Irmo 36, Battery Creek 33
Battery Creek 35, Ashley Ridge 32
South County (Va.) 45, Battery Creek 12
Battery Creek 48, Wando 24
Hilton Head High Results
Pigeon Forge (Tenn.) 43, HHH 22
HHH 56, Brookland-Cayce 15
Irmo 39, HHH 36
HHH 45, Dreher 19
HHH 42, Wando 34
HHH 39, North Myrtle Beach 20
HHH 54, Ridge View 18
HHH 57, Laurens 24
VARSITY GIRLS BASKETBALL
Bluffton 48, Beaufort High 45: The Bobcats earned the three-point win at home after leading by one at halftime, 28-27.
Beaufort High's Ebony Watson had a team-high 13 points and nine rebounds. Emani Gray chipped in nine points and seven boards, and Arielle McPhee also had nine points for the Eagles (8-7).
Beaufort High travels to Stratford on Tuesday.
Ashley Hall 26, Hilton Head Christian 20: The Eagles held a two-point lead going into the fourth quarter, but were denied their first region win when they were limited to one point in the final period at Ashley Hall.
Jaden Colella finished with nine points, four steals and two rebounds to lead Hilton Head Christian (1-14 overall, 0-5 SCISAA Region 3-AAA). Anna Bensch added eight points, three assists, four rebounds and two steals for the Eagles, who host Northwood Academy on Friday.
Sallie Hutson scored eight points and Mary Wyman-Moore had seven for Ashley Hall.