Playoffs roundup: Wingate's 4 TDs lead Camden

November 7, 2009 

MIDLANDS

Camden 38, South Aiken 14

At Camden, SaVonn Wingate rushed for four touchdowns to lead the Bulldogs (8-3).

Camden's Zack Neal recovered two fumbles to set up a pair of Bulldogs touchdowns. Wingate finished with 72 yards rushing on 16 carries.

Camden plays at North Charleston in the second round of the Class 3A playoffs on Friday.

South Aiken 7 0 0 7 - 14

Camden 7 10 7 14 - 38

First quarter

C - SaVonn Wingate 1 run (Jake Ansley kick)

S - Chris Johnson 1 run (Ben Donath kick)

Second quarter

C -- Wingate 20 run (Ansley kick)

C -- Ansley 24 FG

Third quarter

C - Glenn Quattlebaum 25 pass from Josh Council (Ansley kick)

Fourth quarter

C - Wingate 2 run (Ansley kick)

C - Wingate 2 run (Ansley kick)

S - Kendell Williams 15 run (Donath kick)

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Keenan 41, Newberry 35

At Bolden Stadium, Antonio Perry threw five touchdown passes to lead Keenan (8-3).

Dennis Rowe caught six passes for 224 yards and two touchdowns for the Raiders, who had 412 yards of offense.

For Newberry (6-5), Marcus McMorris had 181 yards rushing and two touchdowns on 18 carries. Newberry's Montagus Caldwell had 17 carries for 122 rushing yards.

Keenan (8-3) travels to Abbeville on Friday in the second round of the Class 2A playoffs.

Newberry 7 14 0 14-35

Keenan 0 14 20 7-41

First quarter

N- Marcus McMorris 7 run( Aaron Ransdell kick)

Second quarter

N-McMorris 26 run (Ransdell kick)

K-Dennis Rowe 80 pass from Antonio Perry (William Moore kick)

N-Martice Floyd 2 run (Ransdell kick)

K-Kyari Williams 12 pass from Perry (Moore kick)

Third quarter

K- Chad Jasper 21 pass from Perry (Moore kick)

K- Perry 7 run (kick failed)

K- Rowe 24 pass from Perry (Moore kick)

Fourth quarter

N- Montagus Caldwell 8 run (Ransdell kick)

K-Rowe 63 pass from Perry (Moore kick)

N-Nicholas Gallman 1 run (Pansdell kick)

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Midland Valley 28, Crestwood 11

At Graniteville, Midland Valley's Kevin Knuckles had two interceptions, and Midland Valley scored twice on safeties.

Midland Valley quarterback Marquette Carr was 10 for 17 for 112 yards. Jeremy Robinson had 83 yards rushing, 13 carries, 2 receptions, and 3 kickoff returns for 110 yards.

Crestwood's Robert Simon had 19 carries for 74 yards.

Midland Valley will travel to Myrtle Beach next week.

Crestwood 0 3 0 8-11

Midland Valley 2 7 9 1 0 -28

First quarter

M- Safety

Second quarter

C- Thomas Ray 27 field goal

M- Marquett Carr 24 pass to Niko Hatcher (Jordan Holmes kick)

Third quarter

M- Safety

M- Trey Walker 75 kick off return (Holmes kick)

Fourth quarter

C- Alonzo McGee 5 run (Robert Simon kick)

M- Holmes 22 field goal

M- Robinson 13 run (Holmes kick)

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STATEWIDE

Williston-Elko 24, Great Falls 0

At Williston, second-ranked Williston-Elko held Great Falls to 111 total yards to win its Class A Division II playoff opener.

Running back Kendric Salley led the Blue Devils (11-0) with 120 yards on 24 carries, including a 1-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter.

Quarterback Gator Garrick completed 7 of 14 passes for 66 yards and two touchdowns.

Williston-Elko will play host to Hunter-Kinard-Tyler in the second round on Friday.

Great Falls 0 0 0 0 - 0

Williston-Elko 8 0 0 16- 24

First quarter

W -Rokeem Williams 15 pass from Gator Garrick (Kendric Sallley run)

Fourth quarter

W - Quantel Mack 15 pass from Garrick (Dexter Staley from Garrick)

W -- Salley 1 run (Salley run)

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Hemingway 14, Johnsonville 0

At Hemingway, LaMichael Tushia scored on touchdown runs of 3 and 20 yards in the first half for the Tigers.

The Tigers' defense recorded its fifth shutout of the season as the team won its 10th consecutive game. Hemingway has allowed 45 points in 11 games.

Hemingway improves to 10-1, and Johnsonville ends the season with a 6-5 record.

Johnsonville 7 7 0 0 -14

Hemingway 0 0 0 0 - 0

First quarter

H- LaMichael Tushia 3 yard run (Booker kick)

Second quarter

H- Tushia 20 yard run (Booker kick)

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Cheraw 34, Waccamaw 7

At Cheraw, Chad Wilkes had 21 rushes for 176 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Braves (7-4) past the Warriors.

For Waccamaw, John Gibbes had 15 carries for 81 yards.

Cheraw will play Silver Bluff on Friday. Waccamaw ended its season at 7-4.

Waccamaw 0 0 0 7 - 7

Cheraw 7 7 7 13- 34

First quarter

C - Chad Wilkes 75 run (Jonathan White kick)

Second quarter

C - Xavier Taylor 6 pass from Malcolm Hunter (White kick)

Third quarter

C - Marcellus Dunn 28 pass from Hunter (White kick)

Fourth quarter

C - Wilkes 9 run (kick failed)

C -Dunn 15 pass from Wilkes (White kick)

W - John Gibbs 2 run (Luke Ellerbe kick)

Source: Cheraw

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Manning 35, Mullins 14

At Manning, Marcos Pearson had 15 carries for 73 yards to lead the Monarchs.

John Miller added 71 yards and a touchdown on four carries.

For Mullins, George Page had five catches for 86 yards and a touchdown to lead the Auctioneers.

Mullins finished its season at 5-6. Manning (8-3) will play Burke on Friday.

Mullins 0 0 0 1 4 - 14

Manning 14 7 7 7 - 35

First quarter

Ma - John Miller 22 run (J.C. Harrington kick)

Ma - John Fulton 16 run (Harrington kick)

Second quarter

Ma - Brandon Miller 2 run (Harrington kick)

Third quarter

Ma - B. Miller 38 run (Harrington kick)

Fourth quarter

Ma - B. Miller 1 run (Harrington kick)

Mu - George Page 43 pass from Bobby Crawford (run failed)

Mu - Jim Reaves 3 run (Page run)

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Central 26, Mid-Carolina 7

AtPageland, the Eagles' Radford Robinson rushed for 111 yards on 16 carries.

Central's Deaja Blakeney caught two interceptions to help the Eagles to victory.

Mid-Carolina finishes with at 6-5.

Central is 9-2 and will play host to Chesnee next week.

Central 14 6 6 0 - 26

Mid-Carolina 0 7 0 0 - 7

First quarter

C - Jiwan Funderburk 15 pass from Jowan Henderson (run failed)

C - Mardu Smith 45 interception return (Henderson pass to Funderburk)

Second quarter

MC - Krishawn Holley 4 run (kick good)

C - Radford Robinson 3 run (run failed)

Third quarter

C - Henderson 6 pass to Kagan Funderburk (run failed)

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