High School Sports

Prep Notebook, July 19: Hilton Head High soccer stars make Super XXII team

The usual suspects from the Hilton Head Island High soccer program can add another accomplishment to their resumes.

Chris MacMurray, Chip Tremarelli, Emily Crick and Faith Lifer were all named to the SCSoccer.com's 14th annual Super XXII team last week after the foursome helped guide the boys and girls soccer teams to state championships this spring.

Tremarelli took home this year's player of the year award by The Island Packet and The Beaufort Gazette after MacMurray, a Georgia Southern signee, took home the honor in 2012.

Crick -- a Winthrop signee -- won the girls' award in 2012 before she and Lifer, a Wofford signee, led their Seahawks club to a third consecutive Class 3-A title.

MacMurray, Crick and Lifer are all on the Super XXII team for the second consecutive year. It was a first time accomplishment for Tremarelli, however, after he scored 37 goals in 2013.


The Hilton Head Christian Academy girls basketball team continues its preparations for the 2013-14 season this summer, and now the group has some hardware to showcase the Eagles' work.

Coach Mac Tamminen's club went 7-1 over the three-day Savannah State team camp at the end of June to claim the offseason title. The Eages defeated South Cobb (Ga.) High School for the orange division championship.

Hilton Head Christian went 19-11 in 2012-13 and lost in the first round of the SCISAA Class 3-A playoffs to Ben Lippen.