Thursday’s high school sports results

Boys Golf

CHARLOTTE LATIN 164, WANDO 176, STRATFORD 211

Medalist: Lambert (CL) 38.

Site: Crowfield. Next: Stratford and Wando play in the region tournament Monday.

PINEWOOD PREP 165,

HEATHWOOD HALL 180

Medalist: Stark (PP) 37.

Site: Oak Hills. Next: Pinewood Prep will play at the SCISA state championship Monday.

Boys Tennis

SUMMERVILLE 6, BLUFFTON 0

Singles: Long d. Hahn 6-0, 6-0. Wills d. Ball 4-6, 7-5, 10-6. De Araoz d. Swetnam 7-5, 6-0. Hazel d. Chafer 6-4, 6-1. Reynolds d. Grushon 7-6(3), 6-2.

Doubles: Lewis/McGinnis d. Welch/Cullinen 6-4, 2-1 (ret.).

Records: Summerville 13-3 (7-0). Bluffton 7-9 (4-2). Next: Summerville hosts Fort Dorchester Tuesday. Bluffton at Colleton County Thursday. Notes: Summerville clinches the region 8AAAA title with the win.

HANAHAN 4, HILTON HEAD 3

Singles: T. Steinour (HH) d. Nash 6-4, 2-6, 10-8. Hyatt d. C. Steinour 6-4, 6-1. Jones d. Advocaat 6-1, 6-0. Upshaw d. Rothwell 7-5, 6-2. Ihenbach (HH) d. Ramey 7-6, 6-3.

Doubles: Nash/Hyatt d. Steinour/Steinour 6-1, 6-3. Tobin/Gavin (HH) d. Briggs/Miavez 6-3, 6-3.

Records: Hanahan 11-0. Next: Hanahan will be the one seed in the lower state playoffs starting May 3rd. Notes: Hanahan wins the region 8AAA title for the first time in school history.

WEST ASHLEY 5, STRATFORD 2

Singles: Duarte d. Wong 6-0, 6-2. Anastopoulo d. Hoffman 6-0, 6-1. Foster d. Sides 6-4, 6-3. Smith (S) d. Richardson 6-3, 6-7, 10-7. Yeung (S) d. Clontz 6-4, 6-1.

Doubles: Duarte/Anastopoulo d. Wong/Sides 6-2, 6-1. Goss/Cruz d. Crawford/Payne 6-3, 6-3.

Records: Stratford 8-4 (4-4). Next: Stratford hosts James Island Tuesday.

Softball

STRATFORD 8, JAMES ISLAND 0

Stratford 202 031 0—8 7 0

James Island 000 000 0—0 4 6

WP—Baldwin 3-4. LP—Tillman. Notes: Harmon went 3-3 with a run and two RBI’s. Pelham had three runs and a RBI.

Records: Stratford 16-10 (9-1). Notes: This is coach Tolar’s 18th region title in 28 years of coaching.

WEST ASHLEY 6, FORT DORCHESTER 5

West Ashley 000 004 11—6 11 3

Fort Dorchester 400 000 10—4 12 2

WP—Coker 15-6. LP—Lawrence.

Records: West Ashley 15-6 (7-3). Next: Fort Dorchester at Timberland Monday. West Ashley will host in the first round of the playoffs Wednesday.

Girls Soccer

PORTER-GAUD 3, ASHLEY HALL 0

Goals: PG: Walpole 1, Gilbert 1, Stock 1. Berlin got the shutout.

WEST ASHLEY 5, GOOSE CREEK 0

Goals: WA: Olalare 1, Kleinfeldt 2, Jarrett 2. Brown got the shutout.

Records: West Ashley 9-7. Goose Creek 2-11. Next: Goose Creek at Stratford Tuesday. West Ashley hosts Cane Bay Tuesday.

PINEWOOD PREP 6, FIRST BAPTIST 0

Goals: PP: McAuley 2, Veale 2, Black 1, Hilleshiem 1. Miner got the shutout.

Next: Pinewood Prep at Pelion today.

ACADEMIC MAGNET 7, STRATFORD 0

Goals: AM: Tickle 2, Peurifoy 1, Comen 1, Lamontagne 1, Mueller 1, Rauls 1. Vanthulenar and Masser got the shutout.

Boys Soccer

WEST ASHLEY 2, GOOSE CREEK 1 (OT)

Goals: WA: Bergman 1, Jurr 1. GC: Brito 1.

Records: Goose Creek 3-12. West Ashley 8-9 (6-3). Next: West Ashley at Cane Bay Tuesday. Goose Creek at Stratford Tuesday.

CHARLESTON MATH AND SCIENCE 2, GARRETT 0

Goals: M&S: Sechrest 1, W. Ross 1. Halley got the shutout.

Records: Charleston Math and Science 11-4-0 (9-1). Next: Charleston Math and Science at Academic Magnet Monday.

Baseball

PORTER-GAUD 20, BURKE 1

Burke 010 00—1 1 4

Porter-Gaud 6(14)0 0 x—20 16 2

WP—Black. LP—Goff. Notes: Naumoff went 4-4 with three RBI’s. Smith went 3-3 with a home run and six RBI’s. Johnson went 3-3 with a home run and two RBI’s.

Records: Porter-Gaud 10-7. Next: Porter-Gaud hosts Pinewood Prep today.

FORT DORCHESTER 4,

COLLETON COUNTY 0

Fort Dorchester 4 6 1

Colleton County 0 4 1

WP—Ticer. LP—Boseman. Notes: Ticer threw a complete game shutout with 12 K’s. Yon went 3-3 with a home run and a walk.

MILITARY MAGNET 12, CROSS 2

Cross 001 01—2 3 7

Military Magnet 714 0x—12 4 1

WP—Lauer 5-2. LP—Denanhaley. Notes: Linker had two hits. Heyward also had two hits. Lauer threw eight K’s in four innings pitched.

Records: Military Magnet 14-4 (8-2). Next: Military Magnet at Stall Monday.

JAMES ISLAND 4, GOOSE CREEK 2

Goose Creek 000 000 2—2 2 2

James Island 202 000 x—4 7 3

WP—Bodison. LP—Brock. Notes: Dizon went 1-2 with a run and a RBI. Chinnis went 2-3. Owens went 1-3 with a run.

Records: James Island 18-5 (12-3). Goose Creek 5-18 (3-12). Next: James Island will host in the first round of the playoffs Thursday. Notes: James Island is region champion.

ST. JOHN’S CHRISTIAN 12,

RIDGE CHRISTIAN 1

Ridge Christian 001 00x x—1 5 0

St. John’s Christian 138 0xx x—12 7 0

WP—Law 1-0. LP—Westbury. Notes: Butler had two hits. Law had three RBI’s. Denaux had two hits.

Records: St. John’s Christian 6-8. Next: St. John’s Christian at Palmetto Christian Tuesday.

WEST ASHLEY 9, WANDO 4

West Ashley 300 222 0—9 9 5

Wando 010 003 0—4 5 4

WP—Horton. LP—Sapakoff. Notes: McDonald, Bates, and Smith all had two hits. Reynolds had two hits. Kelly had a double and two RBI’s.

Records: West Ashley (10-5). Wando (5-10). Next: West Ashley and Wando both enter the playoffs away Thursday.

STRATFORD 10, CANE BAY 0

Stratford 350 000 2—10 15 1

Cane Bay 000 000 0—0 2 2

WP—Blanton. LP—Christiensen. Notes: Blanton threw a complete game shutout with seven K’s. White went 4-4 with two singles, a double, a triple, a walk, three RBI’s, and two runs.

Records: Stratford 17-6 (11-4). Next: Stratford will host in the first round of the playoffs Thursday.

Boys Lacrosse

WANDO 23, DUTCH FORK 6

Goals: W: Weiss 7, Lipsky 6, Bauer 3, Seay 3, Kuisel 2, Hodges 1, MacInerney 1.

Next: Wando hosts Bishop England in the lower state championship Tuesday.

Girls Lacrosse

BISHOP ENGLAND 25, BLUFFTON 1

Goals: BE: Pizzo 7, Long 4, Roberts 3, Banton 3, Tausig 2, Dominiak 1, McMillan 1, Carlson 1, Navarro 1, Campbell 1, McFadden 1.

Records: Bishop England 14-1. Next: Bishop England hosts Wando in the lower state championship Tuesday.

WANDO 11, CHAPIN 10

Goals: W: Horner 3, Nybo 1, Connell 1, Mitchell 2, Ripple 1, Shipman 2, Moore 1. C: Hoos 4, Partrich 4, Webb 1, Green 1.

Next: Bishop England hosts Wando in the lower state championship Tuesday.