Joe Venazio had seven goals and four assists and Sebastian Musumeci added four goals and four assists as Carolina Forest beat Camden Military Academy 23-9 to win their first match as a South Carolina High School League-sanctioned squad.
“It was exciting,” Carolina Forest coach Adam Gross said. “After the 2 1/2-hour bus ride we got off kind of slow, but once we got the motor running we were fine. We played well today.”
While the Panthers had played three years as a club team, this was their first official win.
“It was good to get our first game,” Gross said. “Everyone was excited and had built-up energy. It was good to go out there and play.”
: Socastee: Joe Venazio 7, Sebastian Musumeci 4, Zach Earnest 3, Curtiss Pellegrino 2, Josh Reffey 2, Kaidon Hunt 2, Gavin Gravitte 1, Philip Gerber 1, T.J. McCoy 1.
: Socastee: Steven Elias (11 saves).
: Socastee: Venazio 4, Musumeci 4, Earnest 4, Hunt 2, Gravitte 1, Pellegrino 1, Gerber 1,
High school boys soccer
•St. James 4, Hartsville 0; St. James 1, Myrtle Beach 0
| The Sharks beat the Red Foxes and the Seahawks in the Michael B. Nash Tournament played at North Myrtle Beach Parks and Sports Complex.
St. James will face off with Waccmaw in the tournament finals at 1 p.m. on Sunday.
Coastal Carolina notched a second round 314 for a two-day total of 626, leaving them in 14th at the John Hayt Invitational, played at the par 72, 6,976-yard Sawgrass Country Club.
Senior Ben Wheeler shot a 2-over par 74 and remained in a tie for 21st. He is eight shots of the lead with a two-round score of 150 (76-74).
Andrew Dorn is tied for 33rd after shooting a 77 Saturday. He is at 8-over par (75-77, 152) after the second round.
The event will conclude with 18 final holes on Sunday.
CCU men’s tennis
Coastal Carolina men's tennis fell 7-0 at No. 4-ranked Duke at the Blue Devils' Sheffield Indoor Tennis Center.
CCU women’s lacrosse
Coastal Carolina women's lacrosse fell to Jacksonville by a score of 17-11 on Saturday at the CCU Soccer Stadium.
With the loss, Coastal fell to 1-2 on the season while Jacksonville improved to 4-1.
The Chants jumped out to a quick 3-1 lead but allowed the Dolphins to score seven of the game's next eight goals, according to a news release. Coastal Carolina's Jen Cosgrove and Jacksonville's Danielle Della Rocca each totaled six points. Cosgrove's scoring came on four goals and two assists. Della Rocca scored three goals to go along with three assists.
Coastal Carolina sophomore goal keeper Jenna Stover tied a career high with nine saves in the game.
Kiana Quolas surrendered 10 runs, nine earned, over seven innings, and the Chanticleers fell 10-8 to St. Joseph’s.