High School Sports

Holy Trinity soccer wins state title, Battery Creek softball wins Class 3A Lower State title

Celebrating the Lowcountry’s state champs for 2018-19

Seven high school sports teams from Beaufort and Hilton Head won state championship for the 2018-19 school year. Check them out.
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Seven high school sports teams from Beaufort and Hilton Head won state championship for the 2018-19 school year. Check them out.

The Holy Trinity girls steamrolled to the SCISA Class A championship Friday.

Mills Langehan scored five goals, four in the first half, to help Holy Trinity to an 8-0 win over Cambridge at Porter-Gaud High School.

Holy Trinity lost to Cambridge in the championship but this one wasn’t close.

Holy Trinity led 4-0 at halftime. Then, Lydia Mahan scored twice, Langehan had one more and Gracie Glover also scored.

Oakbrook Prep 4, Hilton Head Prep 1

Oakbrook won its fourth straight tile with a win over the Dolphins.

Oakbrook led 3-1 at halftime on its way to the win. Sarah Griffin had two goals for Oakbrook.

Ansleigh Crenshaw scored on a header off of an Ella Clark cross. With her assist, Clark broke the single season school record for assists with 24. On the season, HHP outscored our opponents 109-18.


“These girls battled today against a very strong and physical team with a lot of experience in the championship game. Oakbrook owns their fourth state title in four years and that is a huge advantage in all aspects of the game for them. It is a different pace, different everything at this level. Now we know what to expect and will be ready to face off again next year,” said Risa McMillan, HHP girls coach.

Boys Soccer

The King’s Academy 4, Beaufort Academy 2

Beaufort Acacdemy’s streak of SCISA Class A state titles ended at five Friday at Porter-Gaud Stadium.

Cesar Gomez scored twice for TKA to put the Lions up 2-0. Joe Stowe got BA on the board with a goal to cut the lead to 2-1. The Eagles had a chance to tie it but missed a penalty kick.

David Russell put TKA ahead 3-1 on a penalty kick before Thomas Holladay scored to cut the lead to 3-2.

But Trace Tucker gave the Lions an insurance goal in the 73rd minute.

Oakbrook Prep 2, Hilton Head Christian 1 (OT)

Oakbrook Prep scored in overtime to defeat Hilton Head Christian for the SCISA 2A championship.

HHCA trailed 1-0 at halftime but tied it up with less than 10 minutes left.

Softball

Battery Creek 7, Hanahan 1

The Battery Creek softball team is headed to the state championship series.

The Dolphins defeated Hanahan, 7-1, on Friday to win the Class 3A Lower State championship. Battery Creek will play Union County in the best-of-three state title series beginning Monday at Union County. Game two will be at Battery Creek on Wednesday with the deciding game, if necessary, at a neutral site.

Kelsey Hill and Emily Crosby hit back-to-back homers in the bottom of the fourth to put Battery Creek up 6-1. Hill finished 3-for-4 with four RBI. Olivia Gee had two hits and Alexis Ortiz also had an RBI.

Ortiz got the win, allowing one run on two hits while striking out eight in the complete game.

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