Friday Lowcountry High School Basketball Dashboard


Boys Basketball

Beaufort 67, Hilton Head Island 49

Jamadd Rivers led three Beaufort double-digit players when Beaufort defeated HHI.

Rivers finished with 23 points. Oliver Holmes had 15 points and Trae Heyward was 13 points.

Hilton Head Prep 57, Beaufort Academy 44

Hilton Head Prep used a solid second half to win its 12th consecutive game.

He was 17-17 at halftime, but the Dolphins beat the Eagles 22-11 in the third quarter to get away. Avern Montague scored his fifth double-double in his last six games scoring 18 points and 12 rebounds.

Haddith Stewart added 17 points and Stone McDonald 14.

Jaylen Reeves led the Beaufort Academy with 15 points. Elijah Fees was 12 and Dawson Coleman scored 10.

Colleton County 67, Bluffton 51

Stephan Gadson scored 29 points in the win over Bluffton.

Ramell Rivers led the Bobcats with 19. Lee Kirkland got 10 points and 10 rebounds. Bluffton has a total of 12-5 and a 1-1 in the area.

Bethesda Academy 51, John Paul II 32

Robert Moore had 13 points and 10 rebounds to help Bethesda defeat John Paul II.

Melik Frost led the Warriors with nine points and five interceptions.

Wade Hampton 55, May River 49

The return of May River was short against Wade Hampton.

The Sharks were relegated to 12 points in the fourth quarter but increased to 51-49. May River had the opportunity to draw, but could not convert and Wade Hampton sealed the game on the line.

Deshawn Martin led May River with 14 points. Jack Hegan added 11 points and four panels.

Basketball Girls

Hilton Head Island 43, Beaufort 41

Kenzie Ryan's converted a three-point game with less than 30 seconds to lift Hilton Head Island over Beaufort.

With this victory, the Seahawks led the way in the 7-4A region.

Beaufort led 41-40 with less than a minute. The Seahawks had the ball and Darrien Watkins attempted a 3-pointer. Watkins missed the shot, but freshman freshman Chyna Fields got the rebound and threw the ball to Ryan, who scored and made a mistake on the play. Ryan hit the shot franc.

Miley Ray led HHI with 15 points. Trinity Feltner scored 11 and Caroline Brammer added eight.

Champion and Brittany Linton each had 15 to lead Beaufort.

May River 42, Wade Hampton 21

Emma Peluso and Gracyn Drury each scored 12 points while the Sharks rose to 11-6 overall and 4-0 in the region.

Chynna Sneed added nine points for May River. The Sharks led 18-5 at halftime.

Hilton Head Chrétien 67, Thomas Heyward 19

The Eagles finished the first quarter with a 17-0 record and were 39-5 at halftime.

Brielle McCarthy led the HHCA with 17 points. Dior Shelton has added 16 and Sydney DeSimone has 10. The Eagles welcome John Paul II on Tuesday.

Beaufort Academy 47, Hilton Head Prep 37

Amelia Huebel scored 18 points in the victory of the Beaufort Academy.

Shanese Bostick added 11 points for the Eagles.