Beaufort High 11, Battery Creek 5: The Eagles found themselves down 5-1 going into the sixth inning, but they scored three in the top of the inning to narrow the gap and scored seven more in the seventh to break it open.
Jenny Mullins got the win for Beaufort (5-3), giving up two runs on two hits in four innings. She had seven strikeouts. Ariel Promislow started, giving up three runs in three innings.
Michelle Brown led Beaufort's offense with four hits and an RBI. Natalie Moore added three hits and an RBI, Gabby Maynard had two hits and three RBIs, and Maddie Berry had a hit and two RBIs.
Theresa Bishop had two hits and two RBIs to lead Battery Creek. Paige Holliday hit a double and had one RBI, and Alexia Cortez added a hit and an RBI. Lisa Miller took the loss , going all seven innings.
VARSITY BOYS SOCCER
Battery Creek 5, North Charleston 2: Israel Huerta and Rodney Cooper scored two goals apiece, and Oscar Tierrablanca added one goal and an assist to help the Dolphins post their first win of the season.
Esai Alvarez also had an assist. Goalkeepers Manuel Mejia and Zack Benkie combined for 15 saves for the Dolphins (1-2), who host Ridgeland at 5 p.m. Monday.
VARSITY GIRLS SOCCER
Beaufort High 2, Bluffton 0: Kaile Vuyk scored both goals in the second half to give the Eagles the victory. Goalkeeper Kayla King made five saves in the shutout. Beaufort High coach Terry Rawlins also credited Claire Martin, Hailey Conners, Sydney Boggs and Carmen Alvarez with strong play. The Eagles (2-0) face a major test Friday at Wando.
VARSITY BOYS LACROSSE
Hilton Head High 22, Benedictine 5: Eight players registered at least a goal as the Seahawks downed the Savannah school to start the Hilton Head Invitational.
Hilton Head High's Nick Roberts had five goals and four assists, Will Hagins contributed four goals and Nick Bautista and Charlie Jackson scored three goals each.
Eric Rzeczycki (2), John Ferrebee (2), Haden Lovette (1) and Campbell Miller (1) also scored for the Seahawks.
Clayton Reed and Madison Gayle split time in net. Reed finished with six saves and Gayle two.
Hilton Head High plays host to Charleston in today's 3 p.m title game.
VARSITY GIRLS LACROSSE
Blythewood 20, Hilton Head High 6: The state's top-ranked team bolted out to an 11-4 lead by halftime and extended it from there, handing the Seahawks their first loss of the season.
Sammi Burns had three goals and two assists to lead Hilton Head High. Abby Ogden had a goal and an assist, Elaine Natoli and Jenna Sheeran each had one goal and Gabby Avent had two assists. Goalie Morgan Raffaele made 11 saves.
The Seahawks (4-1) play at 5:30 p.m. Friday at Bluffton.