Thursday’s area sports briefs

From staff reportsMay 8, 2014 

Wesley Durant scored two goals and also added an assist as Socastee finished out its region schedule with a 4-1 win over St. James.

The win lefted the Braves to 12-6-1 overall (8-2) in region.

Jonathan Ford and Jake Perito also scored goals for the Braves, and Keaton Zimmer added the lone goal for St. James.

Socastee finished second to Myrtle Beach in Region VII-AAA competition – with their only two losses coming to the Seahawks – and begin postseason play at home on Tuesday against Hilton Head.

Goals – Soc: Wesley Durant (2), Jonathan Ford, Jake Perito SJ: Keaton Zimmer. Goalie: Soc.: Cole Renfrow (5); SJ: Andrew Bolchoz (6).

Goalkeepers – Soc.: Cole Renfrow (5). SJ: Andrew Bolchoz (6).

Records – Soc.: 12-6-1 (8-2); SJ: 10-8-1 (5-5).

High school girls soccer

•  (At) Myrtle Beach 2, St. James 0 | Bailey Richard scored two goals for the Seahawks as Myrtle Beach defeated the Sharks.

Goals – MB: Bailey Richard 2.

Assists – MB: Summer Penny 1, Tori Zeltner 1.

Goalkeepers – MB: Gabby Moore (7).

Records – Myrtlw Beach (15-1, 10-0)

•  Socastee 2, (at) Wilson 0 | Julie Nierstedt and Amber Rutledge scored for the Braves as Socastee held off the Tigers.

Goals – SOC: Julie Nierstedt 1, Amber Rutledge 1.

Assists – SOC: Carly Runyon 1, Megan Hurn 1.

Goalkeepers – SOC: Callie Keen (4).

Records – Socastee (12-7, 4-6)

High school boys tennis

•  (At) Socastee 6, Manning 0 | The Braves got the shutout over the Monarchs. Socastee will host Hilton Head Monday at 5 p.m. at Prestwick Country Club.

Singles – Britton Bellamy (S) d. Caleb Elms 6-2, 6-0; Coste Duvall (S) d. Alex Skoler 6-0, 6-0; Ethan Smith (S) d. Matthew Cattone 6-1, 6-0; Noah Johnson (S) d. Kenaan Brown 6-0, 6-0; Caleb Bellamy (S) d. Talaryvon Rose 6-1, 6-1,

Doubles – Brent Glasgow/Robert Warstler(S) d. Derek White/Raquan Dupree 6-1, 6-1

Records – Socastee 15-0

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