Mattias Lugiortto scored twice and Andrew Rico stopped six shots in goal as Hilton Head defeated Berkeley, 3-0, on Tuesday in boys’ soccer.
Zach Chisolm added a goal and assist for the Seahawks.
John Paul II 3, St. Andrews 1
Gabe Orta-Carrillo scored two first-half goals and Elijah Moreno added another for the Warriors.
Nyleem Wright got the win in goal.
Hilton Head 8, Berkeley 0
Seven different players scored goals in the Seahawks’ win.
Hannah Stanhope led the way with two goals while Bailey Headlee, Abbie Lainhart, Carson Schoeppe, Madison Yeomans, Miya Poplin and Kristen Feilding each scored once.
Beaufort 11, Stall 0
Caroline Louw scored three goals and Rachel Schwerin and Ellie Muniz each had two for the Eagles.
Other Beaufort goal scorers were Olivia Crisologo, Tessa Wilson, Brigid Murphy and Aubrie Miller.
St. Andrews 2, John Paul II 1
May River 6, Bluffton 0
The Sharks opened their season with a win.
Singles: Liam Beckler def. Noah Carlson 6-0 , 6-1; Caldwell Tarleton def. Matt Haupt 6-0,6-0; Dominic Rodriguez def Noah Freeland 6-0, 6-1; Eden Mastriani-Levi def. Ferran Lopez 6-0, 6-0; JP White def. Jack Roberts 6-0, 6-1. Doubles: Kyle Polites/Hani’el Mastriani-Levi def. Trevor Rizzo/Nathan Larson
Hilton Head Christian 11, Coastal Academy 4
JP Peduzzi drove in three runs, and Connor Handy added three hits for HHCA.
Dargan Cherry struck out nine in 4 1/3 innings to get the win on the mound.
John Paul II 6, St. Andrews 1
Ray Johnson tied a school record with nine strikeouts in the complete-game win.
Johnson also drove in two run. Adrian Skipper had three hits and two RBI.
On Monday, John Paul II defeated Memorial Day, 10-2. Skipper had two hits and three RBI.
May River 17, Islands High 5
Braydon Sokolowski and Jon Boan combined for nine goals in May River’s win.
Sokolowski scored five times, had three assists and Boan added four goals and three assists. Luke Boan scored three times and had three assists.
Savannah Christian 12, Beaufort 4
Alex Vierheilig scored five goals and Michael Vidan had four in Savannah’s win Monday.
The Beaufort Eagles were led by Connor Sackman's three goals and one tally from Bryce Howadel. Beaufort goalie Bryce Hage recorded eight saves.