The Dolphins secured their 18th win of the season with a 66-24 win over Thomas Heyward, despite a sloppy start to the game.
"It was a sluggish first half but everyone played, came off the bench and did a good job," Hilton Head Prep head coach Jerry Faulkner said.
Brennan Mikell led the Dolphins in scoring with 21 points and also grabbed seven rebounds. Stephen Gavin also scored 10 points with six rebounds and Mac Orie racked up 10 points, all in the fourth quarter.
The Dolphins (18-2) host Beaufort Academy at home on Friday.
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Berkeley 63, Hilton Head High 53: Patrick Riley led the Seahawks in scoring with 16 points, Troy Clifford scored 12 and Bryce Singleton contributed 11.
Hilton Head High (7-12) hosts Beaufort at home on Friday.
Beaufort 78, Stall 57: Ryle Owens (18 points), Jawan Mack (14), Adonis Grant (12) and Otis McClain (10) all scored in double-digits for the Eagles.
Devon McCoy led Stal in scoring with 18 points.
Beaufort (10-11) faces Hilton Head High on Friday at home.
Bluffton 53, Colleton County 45: Bluffton brought its region record to 5-1 in what head coach Brett Macy called a "good road win" .
Tyrese Sandgren led the Bobcats in scoring with 18 points and Jermaine Patterson added 13.
Bluffton (9-10) hosts Summerville on Friday.
Whale Branch 60, Bishop England 44: Jay Middleton scored 22 points and grabbed 12 rebounds and a second-quarter burst helped the Warriors overcome a sluggish first quarter.
David Lamb added 11 points for the Warriors, who host North Charleston on Friday.
St. Andrew's 47, Hilton Head Christian 39: Mike Dillon and Jamareon Clark paced the Eagles with 11 and 10 points, respectively.
The Eagles (8-12) host First Baptist at home on Wednesday.
Battery Creek 76, Academic Magnet 48: Dequan Robinson scored 14 points and grabbed eight rebounds to lead the Dolphins in a rout of Academic magnet. Battery Creek's Eric Freeman scored 13 points and had three rebounds, Devontae Wilson added 12 points with four rebounds and Markell Smalls scored 12.
Battery Creek (18-3) faces Garrett Tech on Thursday.
Hilton Head High 45, Berkeley 34: Hilton Head secured third place in the region with a win over Berkeley.
The Seahawks' Savannah Reier led all scorers with 22 points, while Lauryn Bush scored 12 and Americal Jenkins added 11 more.
The Seahawks (10-11) host Beaufort at home on Friday.
Hilton Head Christian 66, St. Andrew's 32: The Eagles brought their region record to 5-0 with a rout of St. Andrew's.
Zi Doe scored 18 points, Monica Bundy contributed 14, Macy Tamminen added 11 more and Andy Anderson scored 10 points for Hilton Head Chrisitan (18-2), who hosts First Baptist on Wednesday.
Stall 62, Beaufort 39: Naijuia Moyd led the Eagles with 15 points and Katlin Hamilton scored 11.
Beaufort (4-15) plays next at Hilton Head High on Friday.
Battery Creek 42, Academic Magnet 31: The Dolphins' leading scorers were Taquasia Lampkin with 14 points and Elizabeth Ford, who added 10.
Battery Creek (12-10) plays again on Thursday against Garrett Tech.
Bishop England 55, Whale Branch 50: Kemoni Jenkins led the Warriors with 26 points, followed by Shaniqua Johnson, who tallied 11.
Whale Branch (16-7) is back in action on Friday at home.
JV: Hilton Head Prep 36, Thomas Heyward 34
Middle Schools: St. Francis (girls) 34, Beaufort Academy 6; St. Francis (girls) 18, Riverview 17 (Monday)
Beaufort Academy (boys) 34, St. Francis 27; Riverview 42, St. Francis 26 (Monday)