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  • Writer's pictureJustin Jarrett

Green, HHCA run away from pack for SCISA 2A title; HHP 3rd in 3A

Hilton Head Christian Academy captured the SCISA 2A boys golf title with individual medalist Max Green leading the way

Hilton Head Christian Academy’s golf team didn’t quite match its blistering first-round pace in Tuesday’s final round of the SCISA state championship meet. The Eagles didn’t need to.

After setting the pace with a red-hot 295 on Monday, the Eagles followed it up with a solid 302 in the final round, easily coasting to a 14-shot victory to claim the SCISA 2A title at Coastal Carolina University’s Hackler Golf Course in Conway.

HHCA’s Max Green fired a 4-under-par 68 to finish with a 36-hole total of 4-under 140, claiming the individual title by three shots over Palmetto Christian’s Alex Stephens and Orangeburg Prep’s Harris Holstein.

West Virginia commit Max Green shot 4-under 140 over 36 holes to claim the SCISA 2A title and lead HHCA to a state championship.

The Eagles’ two-day total of 597 easily outpaced runner-up Palmetto Christian (611) with Orangeburg Prep (626) in third, followed by Spartanburg Day (630).

HHCA’s lineup remained steady throughout both rounds, as all five players broke 80 each day — a claim no other team could make in either round. Ethan Ducharme (74-76—150) finished sixth in the individual standings, while Aiden LeBlanc (74-79—153), Sean Engler (75-79—154), and Hudson Buck (78-79—157) all recorded top-10 showings.

In the SCISA 3A meet, Hilton Head Prep followed up its opening 307 with a 313 to finish third. Trinity Collegiate (588) won the team title by 12 shots over Porter-Gaud (600) with the Dolphins (620) a distant third.

Camilla Burnett (78-74—152) and Zach Boorom (72-80—152) led the way for HHP, tying for 13th, while Jeep Patrick (77-78—155) was 16th, and Tripp Hedden (85-87—172) rounded out the individual scoring for the Dolphins. Olivia Wilkie shot an 80 on day 1 before her sister Bridget Wilkie took over her spot in the lineup and carded an 81.


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