Midlands roundup: Sumter wins; Camden falls

Sumter 55, Conway 14

October 31, 2009 

At Sumter, quarterback Stephen Curtis completed 13 of 22 passes for 222 yards and four touchdowns as the Gamecocks (8-2, 4-0) rolled. Tyler Smith added seven catches for 112 yards and two touchdowns.

The loss dropped Conway to 4-6, 1-3 on the season.

Conway 0 7 7 0 - 14

Sumter 27 14 7 7 - 55

First quarter

S - Stephen Curtis 1 run (Ross Watson kick)

S - Romaine Prince 24 run (Watson kick)

S - DaNeil Duncan 11 pass from Curtis (kick failed)

S - Duncan 34 pass from Curtis (Watson kick)

Second quarter

C - Dallas Bellamy 5 pass from Mykal Moody (Jenkins kick)

S - Tyler Smith 9 pass from Curtis (Watson kick)

S - Smith 10 pass from Curtis (Ethan Epps kick)

Third quarter

S - Jason Dozier 1 run (Watson kick)

C - Moody 1 run (Jenkins kick)

Fourth quarter

S - Robert Ross 2 run (Watson kick)

Marlboro County 14, Camden 7

At Bennettsville, top-ranked Marlboro County (10-0, 5-0) wrapped up the Region 6-3A championship with comeback win.

Camden (7-3, 4-1), ranked No. 9 in Class 3A, led 7-6 in the fourth quarter, but Marlboro County's Thomas Teal scored his second touchdown of the game on a 3-yard run with 2:40 remaining.

Quarterback Josh Council threw a 28-yard touchdown pass to Alvonta Jenkins for Camden's only score. Council completed 7 of 14 passes for 106 yards but had two interceptions.

Camden 7 0 0 0 - 7

Marlboro County 0 6 0 8 - 14

First quarter

C - Alvonta Jenkins 28 pass from Josh Council (Jacob Ansley kick)

Second quarter

M- Thomas Teal 8 run (kick blocked)

Fourth quarter

M- Teal 3 run (Teal run), 2:40

Mid-Carolina 20, Newberry 19

At Newberry, Krishawn Holley ran for 110 yards and three scores as Mid-Carolina (6-4, 3-2 Region 3-2A) beat their county rival.

The loss dropped Newberry to 6-4 overall, 3-2 in region play.

Mid-Carolina 0 14 0 6 - 20

Newberry 7 6 0 6 - 19

First quarter

N - Kenny Workman 18 pass from Tyler Bishop (Aaron Ransdell kick)

Second quarter

MC - Krishawn Holley 1 run (Rett Chapman kick)

N - Montaveous Caldwell 87 return (kick failed)

MC - Holley 3 run (Chapman kick)

Fourth quarter

N - Caldwell 2 run (pass failed)

MC -- Holly 1 run (run failed)

Batesburg-Leesville 42, Saluda 17

At Batesburg, Elliott Jeffcoat led Batesburg-Leesville with 15 carries for 113 yards and two touchdowns.

Quarterback K.J. Johnson completed 9-of-15 passes for 190 yards as Batesburg-Leesville had 485 yards of total offense, 295 on the ground.

Saluda finishes its season at 2-8 and 0-5 in Region 3-2A, while Batesburg-Leesville (6-4, 3-2) finished second in the region and will host a playoff game next week.

Saluda 0 10 0 7- 17

Batesburg-Leesville 21 7 14 0 - 42

First quarter

BL- Elliott Jeffcoat 2 run (Austin White kick)

BL - Jeffcoat 15 run (White kick)

BL - Isaiah Langford 20 pass from K.J. Johnson (White kick)

Second quarter

S - Drey Mitchell 1 run (Brian Bushey kick)

BL - Dametrius Robinson 1 run (White kick)

S - Bushey 39 field goal

Third quarter

BL - Ricky Adams 83 run (White kick)

BL - Jeffcoat 9 run (White kick)

Fourth quarter

S - Tornelius Glover 51 pass from Walker Noteboom (Bushey kick)

Lugoff-Elgin 35, A.C. Flora 14

At Lugoff, Forrest Koumas threw for 173 yards and two touchdowns and also rushed for 47 yards to lead the Demons (7-3, 3-2).

E.J. Ruiz had 11 carries for 43 yards and two touchdowns and added a 37-yard touchdown reception for Lugoff-Elgin.

The Demons' Julian Baxter had nine carries for 70 yards, one reception for 69 yards and one touchdown.

A.C. Flora 0 7 0 7 -14

Lugoff-Elgin 0 21 14 0 -35

Lancaster 23, Ridge View 20

At Blythewood, Timar Campbell had 25 carries for 170 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Bruins.

Marshawn Roney's blocked punt return in the third quarter lifted Lancaster after Ridge View rallied late.

Lancaster (6-4, 1-3 Region 4-4A) will play host to Spring Valley next week.

Lancaster 3 6 14 0 - 23

Ridge View 0 0 0 20-20

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