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Holy Trinity Girls Win SCISA Class A Cross Country Title


The girls from Holy Trinity won the SCISA Class A Cross Country Championships while the boys finished second on Saturday.

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Holy Trinity won their third straight SCISA Class A Cross Country Championship on Saturday at Heathwood Hall.

The Mighty Lions finished with 22 points, 28 ahead of Heritage Academy. Holy Trinity had four riders in the top 10: Bryant Salley (fourth), Ellie Schaub (seventh), AnnaCate Gray (eighth) and Brice Stepp (10th).

For the boys, Holy Trinity was second with 41 points. South Aiken Christian finished first with 30 points. Holy Trinity has four boys in the Top 10 – Daniel Reedy (fifth), Ethan Marquardt (seventh), Caleb Stone (eighth) and Sam Moore (ninth).

The daughters of John Paul II finished fifth in SCISA 2A. Brady Mahoney finished 17th and Ayla Reynolds 18th. Ava Richards of the Beaufort Academy finished 19th.

John Paul II’s boys finished sixth in the SCISA 2A men’s competition. Sebastian Frickel led the Warriors with an 11th place finish.

Hilton Head volleyball, tennis playoffs

Hilton Head Island volleyball will play its second consecutive appearance at the Class 4A championship on Tuesday

The Seahawks will travel to Aiken High School for the Lower State Championship on Tuesday at 6 p.m. ET. The winner will advance to the state championship on Saturday at Dreher High School in Colombia.

Hilton Head, who had a first-round pass, beat North Augusta and Lucy Beckham to advance to the state semifinals. The Seahawks are 31-7-2 this season and 12-0 in the regional game.

The Seahawk women’s tennis team will play the third round of the 4A playoffs on Monday at Lucy Beckham. The game was originally scheduled for Thursday but was postponed due to the rain. The winner will face James Island in the Lower State Championship on Tuesday.

Lowcountry football teams ready for SCISA playoffs

After the SC High School League released their playoff materials on Saturday, the independent schools in the SC released their football materials on Sunday.

The four matchups in SCISA 2A include Lowcountry teams – Hilton Head Prep at Williamsburg Academy, Florence Christian at Beaufort Academy, Carolina Academy at Hilton Head Christian, and John Paul II at Pee Dee Academy. Hilton Head Christian is the reigning state champion.

In class A SCISA, Thomas Heyward will welcome Dillon Christian in the first round.