Bluffton 6, Beaufort High 0: Courtney Smith struck out 15 and held Beaufort High to four hits in leading the Bobcats to victory.
Summer Lawson was 2 for 3 with two RBIs and a run, Lauren Lowell went 2 for 4 and scored two runs, and Brittany Windish hit a triple and scored for Bluffton (10-2), which hosts Colleton County at 6:30 p.m. Monday.
Gabby Maynard took the loss for Beaufort High, striking out two in five innings.
Holly Hill Academy 5, Thomas Heyward 2: The offensive output wasn't there for the Rebels, as they dropped their second-round game in the Colleton Prep tournament.
Zack Newton took the loss on the mound for Thomas Heyward, but he also went 1 for 3 and drove in both Rebels runs. Evan Duncan went 2 for 3 for the Rebels.
Thomas Heyward (1-1) will wrap up the tournament in Walterboro on Saturday against the loser of Thursday's game between Hilton Head Prep and Northwood Academy.
VARSITY GIRLS SOCCER
Beaufort Academy 3, Ashley Hall 3: Miranda Weslake scored two goals -- her ninth and 10th of the season -- and Madelein Griffith added another, as the Eagles played to their second tie in two nights.
Ashley Hall led twice -- 1-0 and 2-1 -- but Beaufort Academy rallied for a 3-2 lead until the Panthers tied it with about 10 minutes left.
"It was an exciting game," Beaufort Academy coach David Byrne said. "There was a series of about four shots where they hit the post, and then we hit the post twice. ... I think both coaches kind of pulled their teams back at the end to be sure to get the tie after the way things went."
Byrne praised first-year goalkeeper Charlotte Delfosse, saying she made eight saves, three of which were outstanding.
The Eagles (1-0-2) open SCISAA Region 1-AA at home against St. Andrew's at 4 p.m. Tuesday.
VARSITY BOYS LACROSSE
Hilton Head High 12, Wando 11 (OT): The Seahawks fought off a three-man disadvantage in overtime, and the last of Nick Roberts' four goals was the game-winner, helping Hilton Head High remain undefeated.
Charlie Jackson had four goals and two assists, and Nick Bautista added three goals and two assists for Hilton Head High, which killed three penalties in overtime, then scored the winning goal on a man advantage.
Clayton Reed made 14 saves for the Seahawks (4-0), who take on Socastee at home at 1 p.m. Saturday.