High School Basketball

Boiling Springs defeats Whale Branch in Bobcat Classic title game

Boiling Springs took home the championship in the Bobcat Classic with a 55-38 win over Whale Branch on Saturday.

Zach Baldinelli was named tournament MVP.

In other results Saturday, Woodland defeated Bluffton, 53-47. The Bobcats trailed by 23 entering the fourth quarter but came back to make it close.

Beaufort lost to Lowcountry Charter, 63-58. Jamadd Rivers led the Eagles with 21.


Bobcat Classic

Shawn Chisholm scored 21 points as Whale Branch defeated South Point (NC), 76-73, in the semifinals of the Bobcat Classic at Bluffton High School.

JaQuan Watson scored 17 and RaeQuan Brisbane added 12 for the Warriors.

In other games Friday, Bluffton defeated Lowcountry Charter, 65-54. Donovan Raines and Jayden Chance led the Bobcats with 13 points. Lee Kirkland and Tyler Rice both each had 11 and Eric Eastham added 10.

Beaufort came up short in the second day of the Bluffton Bobcat Classic, losing 62-61 to Woodland.

Oliver Holmes led Beaufort with 19 points. Trae Heyward had 11 and Jamadd Rivers 10.

Girls Basketball


Cardinal Newman 53, Hilton Head 24

Ashlyn Watkins scored 22 points and Audrey Meyers had 15 as the Cardinals defeated the Seahawks in the third-place game at The Rock Holiday Classic at Windermere Prep in Florida.

Trinity Feltner led HHI with 10 points.


Lincoln County 78, Hilton Head 18

Kentucky commit Emma King scored 18 points to help Lincoln County (Ky.) past Hilton Head Island girls, 78-18, on Friday at The Rock Holiday Classic in Florida.

Hilton Head plays Cardinal Newman for third place Saturday at 3:30 p.m.

Kristen Fielding led HHI with eight points and Miley Ray had six.