Indian Invitational: Hilton Head Christian Academy's Bryson Nimmer finished with a two-day total of 144 to help the Eagles place second Saturday in the Indian Invitational at Vidalia, Ga.
Nimmer earned all-tournament honors, as did teammate Trace Crowe, who shot a 147. Jonathan Schuble carded a 153 total and R.J. Bartolomucci finished at 155 for the Eagles. Danny Azallion had a 167 and Anna Lesemann Eddy shot 183, but their scores didn't count toward Hilton Head Christian's team total of 599. HHCA shot 306 in Friday's opening round, but improved by 13 strokes on the final day, carding a 293 total.
The Eagles finished just five strokes behind Colquit County (Ga.) in the tournament, which featured 37 teams from around Georgia, Alabama and South Carolina.
Hilton Head Christian competes again Tuesday, playing at the Club at Pine Forest in Summerville for a SCISAA region match.
St. Andrew's 8, Hilton Head Christian 6: Matt Van Grouw and James Bartholomew each had two hits and two RBIs, but the Eagles came up short in Savannah.
Luke Higgs also had two hits for Hilton Head Christian. Ryan Barrett took the loss, giving up four runs in two innings.
Nate Mayo got the complete-game win for St. Andrew's despite giving up six runs. Everest White went 3 for 4 with a pair of RBIs in the win.
Porter-Gaud 9, Hilton Head Christian 6 (Friday): Porter-Gaud scored five runs in the top of the seventh inning to rally past the Eagles. Bo Harrell led the way, going 2 for 4 with three RBIs for the Cyclones.
Alex Cooler went 2 for 2 with a pair of doubles, two runs and an RBI for HHCA. Reese Dolyniuk and Logan Toomer also had two hits.
A.J. Sessions got the win for the Cyclones, pitching two scoreless innings. Luke Higgs took the loss, going the distance and giving up seven earned runs.
Middle school: Hilton Head Prep 4, John Paul II 3 (7 innings)
Hilton Head Prep 2, Northwood Academy 1 (OT): Charlotte Covington scored a second-half goal to tie the game, and Maren Czura scored with a minute remaining in the second overtime period to lift the Dolphins to the comeback victory.
Goalkeeper Kate Herman made six saves for Hilton Head Prep (5-6 overall, 3-3 region), which is back in action Tuesday at First Baptist in Charleston.
Pinewood Prep 2, Hilton Head Christian 1: Charlotte Ring scored two goals to help Pinewood Prep remain undefeated in region play.
Abigail Bensch scored Hilton Head Christian's only goal. Goalkeeper Meaghan Gillis had five saves for the Eagles (6-2 overall, 5-1 region).
Hilton Head Christian plays again at 4 p.m. Monday at St. Andrew's.