Ridgeland-Hardeeville 63, Battery Creek 51: The Ridgeland-Hardeeville boys basketball team used a balanced attack Saturday night to take down visiting Battery Creek, 63-51, and give itself a two-game lead in Region 6-AA.
Richard Garvin led the Jaguars (13-5 overall, 9-1 region) with 13 points. De'Vantae Robinson and Terrance Frazier each scored 11 points, Nazair Wilson had 10 and Charles Mitchell added nine.
Ridgeland-Hardeeville plays at North Charleston on Tuesday.
Eric Freeman had 15 points and Yuneek Crittendon added 13 for Battery Creek (12-7, 7-3).
Ridgeland-Hardeeville 35, Battery Creek 32: Denesha Page scored 15 points to help the Jaguars knock off the visiting Dolphins.
Daisja Cannon had 12 points, four rebounds and four steals to lead Battery Creek (13-6 overall, 7-3 Region 6-AA). Brianna Tolbert added nine points and nine rebounds, and Ericka Alston had six rebounds and four blocked shots. Elizabeth Ford and Maty Dearsman each had five rebounds, and Taniqua Mungin made five steals for the Dolphins, who play at Woodland on Tuesday.
Ashley Hall 38, Hilton Head Prep 21: Catherine Sheehan scored nine points to lead Prep, which remained winless in region play.
The Dolphins (3-13 overall, 0-8 region) also got four points each from Kendall Smith and Carley Willey.
Hilton Head Prep plays at Beaufort Academy on Wednesday.
Porter-Gaud 53, Hilton Head Christian Academy 50 (Friday): Beau Faith hit a 3-pointer at the buzzer to complete Porter-Gaud's comeback from a 21-4 first-half deficit and stun the Eagles on Friday.
The Eagles (12-3 overall, 4-3 region) jumped out to an early lead and were up 31-20 at the half before Faith, who scored 18, led the comeback.
Ziaira Doe led HHCA with 17 points, while Macee Tamminen and Andy Anderson each scored 14.
The Eagles play Monday at Bible Baptist.
Region 6-AA tournament: Battery Creek dominated the Region 6-AA tournament hosted by Bishop England on Saturday, bringing home seven region championships.
Omar Daniels (106 pounds), Joseph Cuevas (113), Caleb Weaver (132), Brian Labean (138), Isaiah Sloan (182), Cooper Kaminsky (195) and Jonathan Wright (285) all were crowned region champs for the Dolphins.
Desmon Mullen (126) and Alex Nelson (220) finished as region runner-up. The Dolphins also had five third-place finishers: Diontre Delaney, Liam Payne, Porter Mahan, Tyler Muterspaugh and Craig Truett.
Battery Creek's next action will be the Lower State dual tournament, which the Dolphins are hosting, at 10 a.m. Saturday.