Battery Creek 48, Berkeley 26: The Dolphins secured second place in Region 7-AAA and a spot in the Class 3-A team playoffs with their win over Berkeley on Wednesday.
Chris Bockelman (103 pounds), Joey Kasper-Little (125), Brian LaBean (135), Delmar Sanders (140), Dylan King (160) and Bear Childers (215) all scored pins for the Dolphins, who will travel to face St. James in the first round of the playoffs next Wednesday.
Josh Green (130) and Marquise Givens (189) had decision victories for Battery Creek, which improved to 24-16 overall and 3-1 in the region.
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Battery Creek 48, Berkeley 26
Notes: Match started at 119 pounds. Berkeley had one team point deducted for conduct.
103: Chris Bockelman (BC) pinned Salazar, 1st
112: Robinson (B) pinned Michael Woodruff, 2nd
119: Cumbee (B) dec. Jimmy Sanchez, 9-3
125: Joey Kasper-Little (BC) pinned Jackson, 2nd
130: Josh Green (BC) dec. Harris, 11-8
135: Brian LaBean (BC) pinned Robinson, 1st
140: Delmar Sanders (BC) pinned Jones, 1st
145: Hughes (B) won by forfeit
152: Fiffe (B) won by forfeit
160: Dylan King (BC) pinned Butler, 2nd
171: McGill (B) pinned Javon Livingston, 3rd
189: Marquise Givens (BC) dec. Fiddie, 5-3
215: Bear Childers (BC) pinned Colum, 1st
285: David Ratliff (BC) won by forfeit
VARSITY GIRLS BASKETBALL
Hilton Head Prep 54, Hammond School 23: The Dolphins outscored Hammond 32-4 over the second and third quarters, cruising to their 19th win of the season.
Jill Brunori had 13 points, 11 steals and seven rebounds to lead Hilton Head Prep (19-3).
Jamese Franklin added 10 rebounds and eight points, and helped hold Hammond's best player to two points, according to Prep coach Bob Sulek.
Kate Brunori chipped in with nine points, eight steals and six rebounds, and Kathleen Blum had seven steals and six assists. Lane Czura added nine points as the Dolphins' starters only played about 2 1/2 quarters. Sarah Hancock and Amber Erkan came off the bench and each scored their first points of the year for Prep, which plays at Porter-Gaud on Friday and then stays in the Charleston area to face Ashley Hall on Saturday.