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From staff reports
Daisja Cannon sank a 3-pointer at the final buzzer to lift Battery Creek to a 45-44 victory over the host school in tournament play at Lake Marion.
The Dolphins will face Crestwood in the title game tonight.
Cannon finished with 21 points, five rebounds and five assists. Erica Basemore added 11 points and five rebounds for Battery Creek (9-2).
Hilton Head High 58, Camden 41: The Seahawks got points from eight of nine players to see action, and Hilton Head High cruised into today's tournament finals with a win over Camden.
Freshman point guard Savannah Reier had 19 points for the winners, and Lauryn Bush scored 11. Americal Jenkins rang up eight points for the Seahawks.
Hilton Head High will take on host Heathwood Hall and its star, 6-foot-5 Asia Wilson, in today's finals.
First Baptist 40, Beaufort High 27: Jordan Fields scored 18 points and Regina Bolden grabbed nine rebounds, but the Eagles fell at the Carolina invitational at St. John's High School in Charleston.
McKala Rhodes scored 12 points to lead First Baptist (7-4).
Beaufort High (1-8) plays Burke at 12:30 p.m. today for third place.
South Pointe 58, Beaufort High 39: Thomas Parker, Keion Marshall and Adonis Grant each had seven points in the Eagles' loss in tournament play at Charleston.
Beaufort High (8-1) started slowly, trailing 27-17 at halftime.
The Eagles play again today against an undetermined opponent.
Hilton Head High 40, Westminster (Ga.) 36: Michael Julian rang up 13 points, eight rebounds, four assists and four blocks to spark the Seahawks in tournament play at Heathwood Hall.
Aaron Frazier added nine points for Hilton Head High (6-6), and James Sanders notched eight points and six boards.
Hilton Head High plays the host school in the third-place game today.