Beau­fort’s teams ad­vance

The Beaufort Gazette (Sunday) - - Sports - BY STAFF RE­PORTS [email protected]­land­packet.com

BOYS BAS­KET­BALL Beau­fort Academy 70, Bridges Prep 46

Daw­son Cole­man and Jaylen Reeves each scored 19 points as the Ea­gles won in the first round of the First Fed­eral Bank BA Clas­sic.

Beau­fort Academy played Cathe­dral Academy in the cham­pi­onship Sat­ur­day.

Eli­jah Fess added 10 points for BA. Jeremiah Pinck­ney scored 12 points, Josh Smith and Kyle King each had 11 for Bridges Prep.

Beau­fort 89, South Effingham (Ga.) 52

Ja­madd Rivers poured in a game-high 33 points for Beau­fort in the win.

Trae Hey­ward added 14 points and Des­mond Gal­liard added 11.

Hilton Head Prep 44, St. An­drews 28

Avern Mon­taque scored 22 points and had 14 re­bounds as Hilton Head Prep won its sev­enth straight game.

HHP is at Thomas Hey­ward on Tues­day.

North­side Chris­tian 42, John Paul II 39

Zach Doe scored 12 points and had eight re­bounds in the loss for the War­riors.

Malone Ki­nard Huisinger added 11 points and six boards. JPII is at Beau­fort Academy on Tues­day.

Clover 72, Hilton Head Is­land 58

Markus Nas­tate scored 21 points as Clover won the non­re­gion game against the Sea­hawks.

Adam Clark led HHI with 21 points and Gas­ton Moore had 16.

Hilton Head trailed 43-26 at half­time and got within 12 points in the sec­ond half.

GIRLS BAS­KET­BALL Beau­fort Academy 71, Holy Trin­ity 16

Amelia Huebel scored 26 points as Beau­fort Academy won on the open­ing night of the First Fed­eral Bank BA Clas­sic.

The Ea­gles played Cathe­dral in the cham­pi­onship game Sat­ur­day.

Emily Ann Hiers added 11 points and Mary Hanna Hiers had 10.

Clover 53, Hilton Head Is­land 31

Ayle­sha Wade led Clover with 21 points.

Mi­ley Ray scored 15 and Trin­ity Felt­ner scored seven for the Sea­hawks.

Beau­fort 58, South Effingham (Ga.) 52

Layla War­ren led Beau­fort with 21 points and Darien Watkins had 18.

Essence Cham­pion chipped in with 11 points.

May River 57, Lake Marion 37

Gra­cyn Drury and Chyna Sneed each had 12 points for May River.

Lind­say Olds added 10 points for the Sharks, who led by 12 points at half­time.

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