High School Sports

Prep Roundup, Jan. 11


Beaufort Academy 57, Charleston Collegiate 50: The Eagles avenged an earlier loss to Charleston Collegiate, moving into a tie for third in SCISAA Region 1-AA.

Miranda Weslake led Beaufort Academy with 20 points and 12 steals, and Megan DeBardelaben also had a double-double, scoring 13 points and grabbing 10 rebounds.

Beaufort Academy (7-5 overall, 4-2 region) controlled the boards in the rematch, a weakness for the Eagles in December's 13-point loss. The Eagles outrebounded Charleston Collegiate, 53-45.

Megan Kahn led the Eagles on the glass, hauling down 15 rebounds to go along with six points. Charlotte Delfosse had nine points -- all on 3-pointers -- and added 10 rebounds. Katherine Neal contributed eight points and four blocked shots for the Eagles, who host Patrick Henry at 6 p.m. Thursday.

Flora Salcedo led Charleston Collegiate with 14 points.


Thomas Heyward 56, St. Paul Academy 48: JA Malphrus had 19 points and 20 rebounds, and Don Simmons had a game-high 23 points as the Rebels improved to 1-1 in SCISAA Region 1-AA.

Logan Mock added six points and J.D. Tuten contributed six steals for Thomas Heyward (7-4), which plays at Cathedral Academy on Friday.

Kevin Hamilton led St. Paul with 12 points.

Charleston Collegiate 61, Beaufort Academy 50: A month ago, Charleston Collegiate defeated the Eagles by 50 points, but Beaufort Academy stayed much closer Tuesday night.

"We're kind of starting to turn a corner, confidencewise," Beaufort Academy coach Chip Dinkins said.

Preston Suber had 20 points, six rebounds, four steals and four assists to lead the Eagles (4-7 overall, 3-3 SCISAA Region 1-AA). Leif Koppernaes added 13 points and Jack Griffith had five points and six rebounds.

Tevin Wadley led Charleston Collegiate (10-6) with 25 points. Trevor Malbard and A.J. Gibbs added 14 apiece.

Beaufort Academy's next game will be Thursday, a homecoming affair against Patrick Henry.


Battery Creek 42, Cane Bay 27: Each team won seven matches, but the Dolphins won the dual with their ability to finish. All seven of Battery Creek's wins came by pin, while the home team only registered two.

103 Chris Bockelman (BC) pinned Albert Ednilao, 2nd

112: Tim Meree (CB) dec. Jimmy Sanchez, 6-5

119: Whitmore (CB) pinned Jacob Bessinger, 1st

125: Josh Green (BC) pinned Brookshire, 1st

130: Goodyear (CB) dec. Joey Kasper Little, 7-2

135: Delmar Sanders (BC) pinned Reeves, 1st

140: Green (CB) dec. Brian LaBean, 14-8

145: Alex Buhle (CB) pinned Deshawn Smalls (BC), 2nd

152: Matt Chrobosinski (CB) dec. Maurice Lamb, 9-6

160: Dylan King (BC) pinned Truman, 2nd

171: Llewellyn (CB) dec. Javon Livingston 4-3

189: Marquise Givens (BC) pinned David, 2nd

215: Bear Childers (BC) pinned Henderson, 1st

285: David Ratliff (BC) pinned Charles Thompson, 2nd



  • Hilton Head Prep 41, Hilton Head Christian 16
  • Girls

  • Hilton Head Christian 40, Hilton Head Prep 18


  • Hilton Head Prep 20, Hilton Head Christian 18
  • Beaufort Academy 30, St. Peter's 12
  • McCracken 36, Lady's Island 12

    Beaufort High School's basketball games at Colleton County were postponed Tuesday and will be made up tonight. The varsity girls game is scheduled for 7 p.m., with the boys to follow.

    Bluffton High School's home basketball games against Lake Marion, originally scheduled for Tuesday, were also pushed to tonight. The varsity girls are scheduled for 6 p.m., with the boys to follow.

    Battery Creek High School's basketball games at Berkeley also were moved to tonight, with the girls playing at 5 p.m. with the boys to follow.