PREP SPORTS UPDATES: Green Sea Floyds baseball wins playoff opener in unusual fashion | High School Sports

PREP SPORTS UPDATES: Green Sea Floyds baseball wins playoff opener in unusual fashion | High School Sports

It took some phone calls to the South Carolina High School League, but Green Sea Floyds baseball had the type of win that doesn’t have many comparisons.

The Trojans defeated Bethune-Bowman 16-0 in the opening round of the Class 1A playoffs, in a game that featured just four outs.

Yes, four.

Bethune-Bowman was placed in order in the top of the second. The top-seeded Green Sea Floyds scored 16 runs against one put out. The SCHSL, Associate commissioner Charlie Wentzky stated that the SCHSL granted permission to the teams to call Wednesday’s game, instead of requiring them to return Wednesday for the full three innings required for an official match. Both coaches agreed and the Trojans were allowed to stay home for a second round game against No. 2 St. John’s.

Chapin-Carolina Forest, however, was on the opposite end. The Panthers lost 6-4 in 12 inning to reach the elimination rounds of district tournament. They will now face West Ashley at home on Wednesday.

The same was true for the Region VI-6A baseball team members St. James, Socastee, and Conway.

Much like a rough go Monday for Horry County’s boys soccer teams in the first round, the local girls squads didn’t fare much better a day later.

Tuesday’s sole winner in the area was St. James. He beat White Knoll by 4-1. Socastee lost to Carolina Forest, North Myrtle Beach and Loris. The total score of all those games was 30.

The Sharks, Myrtle Beach and Myrtle Beach will now play in the second round. They received a bye in their first round. Both teams will play at home Thursday in round 2.

North Myrtle Beach won softball 11-1 over Colleton County. These two teams moved their first round game up one day. The majority of the area’s softball squads who made the postseason will begin their district rounds on Wednesday.



Baseball (First round)

Class 3A

No. No. 1 Aynor

Note: The game was halted due to bad weather. Fox Creek led 4-0 in the third.

Soft drinks (First round)

Class 5A

No. 4 River Bluff at No. 1 St. James 6 pm.

No. 3 White Knoll at No. 2 Conway, 6:30 p.m.

No. 3 Carolina Forest at No. 2 Chapin

Class 3A

No. 4 Brookland Cayce at No. 1 Aynor, 6:30 p.m.

No. No. 2 Loris

Boys Soccer

Class 4A

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No. 3 North Myrtle Beach located at No. 1 North Augusta, 6:15 p.m.

No. 2 May River at No. 2 Myrtle Beach

Boys Tennis

Class 4A (Lower State finals).

No. 1 Beaufort, No. 1 Beaufort at Number


Girls Soccer (Second round)

Class 5A

No. 2 West Ashley at 1 St. James

Class 4A

No. 2 Lucy Beckham at No. 2 Myrtle Beach


Class 5A

No. 2 West Ashley at 1 Carolina Forest (elimination)

No. 4 Goose Creek at No. 2 St. James (elimination game)

No. 4 Fort Dorchester at No. 3 Socastee, (elimination match)

No. 4 Conway at Number. 2 Wando (elimination game)

Class 4A

No. 2 North Myrtle Beach, No. 1 James Island (winner’s bracket)

Class 3A

No. 4 Loris at No. 3 Bishop England/No. 2 Lake City (elimination match)

No. No.

Class 1A

No. 2 St. John’s at No. 1 Green Sea Floyds (winner’s bracket)

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