BASEBALLAcademic Magnet 2, Battery Creek 1: The Dolphins fell in their bid for the Region 6-AA title as both teams entered the game with identical 6-0 records.
Battery Creek's DeAnthony Moore tripled to open the game and scored the Dolphins' only run. Academic Magnet scored once in the fifth and once in the sixth to win.
Losing pitcher Zach Mahan went the distance, striking out seven.
Pinewood Prep 12, Hilton Head Christian 5: Luke Higgs homered and drove in three runs in the Eagles' loss.
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Ryan Barrett had a RBI single for Hilton Head Christian.
Pinewood Prep had 16 hits, including 13 singles.
The Eagles host Hilton Head Prep on Wednesday.
Beaufort High 4, Colleton County 0: Bradley Brown pitched a complete game shutout, allowing four hits.
Alex Tokar collected two RBIs for Beaufort High (10-7, 6-3 Region 8-AAAA), and Andrew Smith went 1 for 3 with a double.
Beaufort High 9, Colleton County 2: Winning pitcher Jenny Mullins held Colleton County to three hits and a walk while striking out four.
Michelle Brown, Mari Cook and Molly Clark each had two hits for the Eagles on Senior Night.
Beaufort High (13-8, 4-4 Region 8-AAAA) hosts region-leading Bluffton on Wednesday.
Battery Creek 13, Whale Branch 3, 7 innings: The Dolphins won by mercy rule on the night honoring their lone senior, Autumn Gravel.
Battery Creek (10-2) travels to Ridgeland-Hardeeville on Tuesday.
Hilton Head Christian 6, Northwood Academy 0: Audrey Bensch had three goals and an assist to spark the Eagles.
Allison Medder chipped in a pair of goals for Hilton Head Christian. Rebecca Donaldson and Meghan Gillis split time as goalkeepers.
The Eagles (9-4, 8-1 SCISAA Region 3-AAA) host Pinewood Prep on Wednesday with the top spot in the region on the line.
Hilton Head Island High 6, Hilton Head Christian 0: The Seahawks swept the Eagles with all six matches being decided in straight sets.
Among the Hilton Head Island High winners were No. 1 Tate Steinhour, who beat Ben Likins 6-1, 6-4; and No. 5 Stevie DeVincentis, who blanked Tate Lucci 6-0, 6-0.
The Seahawks (8-2) next travel to James Island on Tuesday.
The Eagles (1-5) host Porter-Gaud on Tuesday.