Performers of the week
Chelsea Bellomy, Beaufort High tennis -- During her team's 5-1 Class 4-A playoff loss to Lexington, Bellomy secured the Eagles' lone point, defeating No. 2 singles opponent Erin Green 6-4, 6-7 (6-8), 10-6.
Sarah Garratt, Hilton Head Prep cross country -- Garratt wrapped up her outstanding junior season with a second-place finish at the SCISAA Class 3-A championships Saturday, barely missing gold. She finished in 19 minutes, 42.46 seconds, just 1.96 seconds behind winner Sydney Hazel of Pinewood Prep.
Judy Slow, Hilton Head High volleyball -- Slow has led the Seahawks in kills in all four of the team's playoff matches, including its Class 3-A Lower State championship win Wednesday against North Myrtle Beach. The Seahawks will play Nation Ford for the state title Saturday.
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Lindsey Burke, Hilton Head High tennis -- Burke cruised past Bluffton's Charlotte Loper 6-0, 6-1 in the No. 1 singles match of Tuesday's Class 3-A state playoff matchup. The Seahawks won 6-0, advancing to today's Lower State final.
BEAUFORT BOOSTERS TO HOST OYSTER ROAST
The Beaufort High School Athletic Booster Club will be hosting its second annual oyster roast and fundraising event on Saturday, Nov. 13. The event will be held from 6-10 p.m. at the park in Port Royal next to the elementary school. All proceeds from the event go directly to supporting the athletic teams at Beaufort High School.
The cost is $25 for singles and $40 for couples. Beer, wine and oysters are included. Mark Bond will provide the entertainment. A silent auction will be held and door prizes will be awarded. There also will be a raffle for a 50-inch Panasonic Plasma TV, with chances costing $5 each.
For more information, call Bryan Thompson at 843-812-9322, Jane Stewart at 843-247-1897 or Jessica Brown at 843-441-2301.
BLUFFTON TO HOST NCAA WORKSHOP
Bluffton High School will have an NCAA seminar at 7 p.m. Tuesday night in the school's auditorium.
All parents of 9th- through 12th-graders interested in playing athletics at the next level are encouraged to attend the seminar.