Bluffton is in 14th place out of 16 teams after Day 1 of the Class 4-A girls golf championship at the Country Club of Lexington.
The Bobcats shot 368 as a team, led by the 81 of Sophia Burnett. Lexington leads at 317, with Dorman two strokes back.
Burnett's 81 ties her for 23rd individually. Dorman's Natalie Srinivasan is in first place with a 70.
Other Bluffton golfers included Kathryn Thorne (86), Molly Minasi (97), Brooke Larson (104) and Kayla McIntyre (105).
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SCISAA 2-A playoffs: Thomas Heyward Academy, which entered the Class 2-A playoffs unbeaten at 24-0, was handed its first two losses over the weekend and eliminated by Spartanburg Day School.
The Rebels finished the season 27-2.
THA opened the tournament Saturday in Spartanburg with a 2-0 win over Carolina Academy (25-7, 25-13) and followed that with a 2-0 win over Palmetto Christian (25-11, 25-22) before losing 2-0 to Spartanburg Day (25-17, 25-20).
On Saturday, the Rebels eliminated Hilton Head Christian Academy 2-0 (25-15, 25-21) to reach the lower bracket final. There, they fell to the Griffins again, 2-0 (25-16, 25-18).
SCISAA Class 1-A playoffs: Beaufort Academy entered as a No. 6 seed and upset No. 3 seed Cathedral Academy 2-1 and beat Jefferson Davis Academy 2-0 on Friday, before eventually being eliminated 2-0 by top-seeded Richard Winn Academy in Saturday's semifinals.
The Eagles finished the season 8-12.