The Coastal Carolina women’s golf team shot a 3-over 287 on Tuesday to finish fifth in the Bay Area Intercollegiate.
The Chanticleers finished at 26-over 878, 44 strokes behind winner Washington.
Coastal’s Malene Krolboll Hansen (70) tied for eighth (213), Lena Schaeffner (72) tied for 17th (219), Frida Castillo (74) tied for 22nd (221), Bailey Cocca (71) tied for 41st (226) and Emee Herbert (76) tied for 53rd (230).
Washington’s Jennifer Yang (68) and Colorado’s Esther Lee (72) tied for medalist honors at 7-under 206.
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CCU women’s tennis
•Coastal Carolina 7, Savannah State 0
| The Chants cruised to a victory.
High school boys golf
• Patrick Golden earned medalist honors with a 2-under 34 as the Waccamaw boys golf team edged Socastee and Carolina Forest at Prestwick Country Club.
Waccamaw 156, Socastee 162, Carolina Forest 173
• WACCAMAW: Patrick Golden 34, Davis Hogan 41, Tre Salley 39, Chris Kaylor 42.
Ethan Vallery 38, Brady Lane 39, Ryan Case 42, Nick Dolinger 43
Adam Allen 41, Enzo Farrar 41, Parker Stansel 45, Nico Farrar 46.
Socastee 1-1, Carolina Forest 0-2, Waccamaw 2-0.
• Will Marlowe shot a low round of 39, but the Bulldogs fell to the Tigers at Wedgefield Plantation.
Conway 189, Georgetown 210.
Nick Harrington 48, Jay McDowell 46, Brady Fulmore 47, Hunter Chandley 48.
Will Marlowe 39, Patrick Walsh 51, Bobby Abhicesia 60, Andrew Gwinn 60.
High school boys tennis
•St. James 7, (at) North Myrtle Beach 0
| The Sharks cruised to a win over the Chiefs a day after winning their season-opener.
Jeffrey Dayton (SJ) d. Caleb Wood 6-0, 6-0; Joseph Martinez (SJ) d. West Harrell 6-2, 6-1; Nick Klintworth (SJ) d. Alex Weaver 6-4, 2-6 (11-9); Sullivan Young (SJ) d. Grant King 6-2, 6-4; Aaron Fickland (SJ) d. Charles Cornell-Hayes 6-1, 6-0.
Dayton/Martinez (SJ) d. Wood/Weaver 8-0.
St. James 2-0, North Myrtle Beach 0-1.
High school boys soccer
•St. James 2, (at) North Myrtle Beach 0
| Quadarius Grate and Luke Williams had one goal and one assist apiece, and goalkeeper Haywood Brandon helped the Sharks shut out the Chiefs in the Region VII-AAA opener.
Brandon made two saves for St. James, which improved to 6-0-1.
High school baseball
•Waccamaw 13, (at) Andrews 0 (5)
| Forrest Powell hit a home run and drove in three and Connor Eckard went 3-for-4 with two RBIs and three runs scored as the Warriors downed the Yellow Jackets.
Powell picked up the win on the mound for Waccamaw, which allowed just three hits.
Forrest Powell (2-0).L:
CJ Bone.Top hitters:
WAC: Connor Eckard 3-4, 3 R, 2 RBIs; Powell 2-3, HR, 3 RBIs; McKinley Grooms 2-3, 2 R. Andrews: Cole Moore 2-3.
Waccamaw 3-2, Andrews N/A.
High school softball
•(At) North Myrtle Beach 10, St. James 3
| The Chiefs routed the Sharks.
Taylor Hansis (3-1).Top hitters:
NMB: Makala Gore 3-4, RBI; Taylor Gore 1-3, 2 RBIs; Macy Johnson 2-4, 3 RBIs.
St. James 3-3 (0-1 Region VII-AAA), NMB 3-2 (1-0).