Holy Trinity boys win SCISA title
The Holy Trinity boys captured the SCISA Class A cross country championship at Heathwood Hall on Saturday.
Holy Trinity finished with 44 points, twice as many than second-place Low Country Prep. Beaufort Academy was seventh.
Holy Trinity’s Logan Lawson finished second.
The Holy Trinity girls finished second. HT’s Izzy Hipple was fifth.
In the 2A boys race, Hilton Head Prep was sixth, John Paul II ninth and Hilton Head Christian 13th.
In the 2A girls race, Hilton Head Christian’s Devon Yarde was third. Hilton Head Prep finished seventh and HHCA was eighth.
The Beaufort boys and Hilton Head Island girls cross country teams won Class 4A Lower State qualifying championships Saturday at Darlington.
The Beaufort boys finished with 56 points and Hilton Head Island was second with 65. Bluffton finished fourth.
Beaufort’s Marlon Belden was first followed by HHI’s Jasper Reinhardt, Bluffton’s Armando Macias Jimene and Beaufort’s Nash Mills.
The Seahawk girls finished with 71 points while Beaufort (105) was third and Bluffton (187) sixth. HHI’s Sarah Neville was top area runner with a third-place finish.
The May River boys and girls teams each finished second in the Class 3A Lower State qualifier.
In the girls’ race, MR’s Emma Peluso was second and Victoria Sosa third.