Six Lowcountry high school players are on SC Soccer’s Super XXII boys squad. They are Mateo Gomez, Bishop England; George Grice, Porter-Gaud; Brady Allardice and Jonathan Glenn, Academic Magnet; and Andrew Davis and Erik Clark, Wando.
Three players made the girls team: Rachel Torlay, Wando; and Kallie Peurifoy and Baker Walls of Academic Magnet.
Chelsea Drennan of T.L. Hanna and Koty Millard of Cardinal Newman are the female and male players of the year, respectively. Both players will attend the University of South Carolina.
For a complete list of the Super 22, visit www.scsoccer.com
In other soccer news, Wando’s Clark also was named first team All-America by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA). The award is for players and teams that play in in the spring.
Clark was The Post and Courier’s player of the year after leading Wando to a 22-1 season. The College of Charleston signee scored 23 goals and assisted on 30 others. Wando climbed to No. 1 in the spring rankings before a playoff loss.
Wando’s Davis was a third-team All-America selection.
Bridges to Clemson
Summerville pitcher Sawyer Bridges has committed to play baseball for Clemson. Bridges is a rising sophomore and is the first member of the Tigers’ 2016 recruiting class.
He was 5-1 with a 1.13 ERA as a freshman last year, striking out 54 in 31 innings.
Bridges was the starting quarterback as a freshman for coach John McKissick’s football team.
Kingsley to Georgia
Wando standout Megan Kingsley, a two-time Post and Courier swimmer of the year, has committed to the University of Georgia.
Kingsley set two state records at the state meet her junior season — the 200-yard individual medley (2:00.99) and the 100-yard butterfly (54.03) — and was part of a 400-yard freestyle relay team that finished in a tie with Fort Mill for first (3:36.68.) Kingsley’s 200 medley relay team came in second.
Park No. 1
Stratford quarterback Jacob Park is the top senior football player in the state, according to 24/7 Sports, a website dedicated to college recruiting.
Park has committed to Georgia.
Eleven other local players are in the 24/7 Sports Top 50.
Hilton Head defensive lineman Poona Ford is No. 6. Summerville defensive back Darin Smalls is No. 12. Goose Creek tight end Kalan Ritchie is No. 14, and Wando lineman Nolan Kelleher is No. 17. Porter-Gaud defensive end Michael Preddy is No. 21, and Goose Creek running back Caleb Kinlaw is No. 24.
Bluffton defensive tackle K.J. Ford checks in at No. 27, and Hanahan wide receiver Terrell Green is 31.
The other players ranked in the top 50 are Hilton Head running back Khalil Lewis (39), Georgetown linebacker Jordan Ward (48) and Summerville tight end Sean Smith (49).
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