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Silver Foxes cruise past Hornets

From Staff ReportsOctober 13, 2012 

Trey Gregg rushed for five touchdowns and Jordan Berry returned two punts for scores as the Silver Foxes cruised to a 63-14 win against Aiken (2-6, 0-2) at the Dutch Fork stadium.

Gregg finished with 109 yards rushing on 12 attempts. Berry added an eight-yard touchdown catch to his punt returns of 62 and 57 yards. Dutch Fork quarterback Derek Olenchuk completed 17 of 22 passes for 289 yards as the Silver Foxes (5-3, 2-0) rolled up 569 yards of offense.

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First quarter

DF: Trey Gregg 2 run (Tyler Bass, kick)

DF: Gregg 3 run (Tyler Bass, kick)

DF: Jordan Berry 62 punt return (Tyler Bass, kick)

Second quarter

DF: Gregg 15 run (Tyler Bass, kick)

DF: Berry 57 punt return (Tyler Bass, kick)

A: Will Heggs 80 pass from Nakeem Spann. (kick good)

DF: Gregg 2 run (Tyler Bass, kick)

Third quarter

DF: Gregg 4 run (Tyler Bass, kick)

DF: Berry 8 pass from Derek Olenchuk (Tyler Bass, kick)

Fourth quarter

DF: Deion Frasier 35 pass from Tate Fant (Tyler Bass, kick)

A: Spann 2 run (kick good).

NORTH AUGUSTA 33, WHITE KNOLL 0

At North Augusta, White Knoll’s Quin Jones rushed 19 times for 69 yards, but the Timberwolves (6-2, 1-1) fell to the Yellow Jackets (6-2, 2-0).

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NEWBERRY 42, NINETY SIX 21

At Newberry, Tyon Williams rushed eight times for 141 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Bulldogs.

Newberry (5-3, 2-1) visits Batesburg-Leesville next week. Ninety Six (4-4, 1-2) plays at Saluda

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First quarter

N: Tyon Williams 45 run (Jose Lozano kick)

NS: Joseph Chaney 59 pass from Ryan Booker (Grant Dickey kick)

N: Williams 52 run

Second quarter

N: Tovaris Cureton 18 pass from Chad Davis(XXXX kick)

N: Cureton 81 interception return (XXXX kick)

Third quarter

N: Eric Gallman 12 run (XXXXX kick)

NS: Jaquon Louden 55 run

Fourth quarter

NS: Hunter Watson 1 run

N: Jalin Alexander 47 pass from Jack Huggins

GILBERT 38, AIRPORT 35

At West Columbia, Jay Hamin passed for 131 yards and rushed for 100 yards and four touchdowns to lead the Indians past Airport.

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BATESBURG-LEESVILLE 31, MID-CAROLINA 24

At Prosperity, Juawan Ethredge rushed 13 for 76; Chandler 3-5 for 101, two touchdowns.

Sims-Metts 25-94

Batesburg-Leesville (5-3) plays host to Newberry next week.

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First quarter

BL: Jac’quiel Chandler 1 run (Josh Hall kick)

BL: Terrance Wilson 38 run (Hall kick)

Second quarter

BL: Dontavious Morris 18 pass from Chandler (Hall kick)

MC: Ben Chandler 4 run (Dillon Pelton kick)

MC: Nick Sims-Metts 1 run (Pelton kick)

Third quarter

MC: Pelton 37 field goald

BL: Safety

Fourth quarter

MC: Sims-Metts 1 run (Pelton kick)

BL: Wilson 49 pass from Chandler (Chandler run)

NORTH CENTRAL 26, EAU CLAIRE 14

At Kershaw, Reggie Outten rushed for 103 yards on 22 carries to lead North Central.

J.P. Faulkenberry six receptions for 78 yards for North Central.

North Central (4-4) plays host to Columbia next week.

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First quarter

NC: Reggie Outten 2 run (run failed)

NC: Darius Brown 5 run (Austin Furman pass from Grayson King

NC: Lamont Frazier 40 fumble return (run failed)

Second quarter

EC: Wallace Green 60 pass from Marquise Taylor (Michael Diggs run)

Third quarter

NC: Anthony Spinelli 30 pass from King (kick failed)

Fourth quarter

EC: Terrell Brown 30 pass from Taylor (run failed)

CHAPIN 14, LOWER RICHLAND 12

At Chapin, Eric Charpia replaced his injured brother, Matt Charpia, at quarterback for Chapin, throwing for 93 yards and two touchdowns and adding 65 yards rushing to lead the Eagles (3-5, 2-1 Region 4-3A).

Lower Richland was led by Jontrai Jackson’s seven catches for 97 yards and a touchdown. Tomas Minder added 28 carries for 83 yards and a score for the Diamond Hornets (3-5, 2-1).

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Second quarter

LR: Jontrai Jackson 21 pass from Heath Gilmore (kick failed). 1:34

C: Anthony Gonzalez 18 pass from Eric Charpia (Zach McCall kick) :11

Third quarter

LR: Tomas Minder 6 run (run failed). 7:51

C: Alex Young 11 pass from Charpia (McCall kick). :49

ABBEVILLE 21, SALUDA 7

At Abbeville, O’Bryan Wilson ran 26 times for 161 yards and a touchdown as Abbeville (7-1, 3-0) stayed perfect in Region 2-2A.

C.J. Martin added 11 carries for 44 yards for the Panthers

Saluda (4-4, 1-2) was led by quarterback Maurice Howard, who finished with 51 yards rushing and 53 yards passing with one interception.

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First quarter

A: Cody White 20 pass from Kelly Bryant (Luke White kick)

Second quarter

S: Maurice Howard 1 run. (Aldo Pineda kick)

A: O’Bryan Wilson 1 run (White kick)

Fourth quarter

A: CJ Martin 2 run (White kick)

Orangeburg Prep 35, Ben Lippen 28

At Orangeburg, Orangeburg Prep’s Marion McCurry threw for two touchdowns and ran for two scores to help outlast the Falcons.

Ben Lippen’s Tyler Renew rushed for 178 yards and three touchdowns on 30 carries. The Falcons’ Robert Barrow completed 14 of 23 passes for 150 yards and a touchdown.

Ben Lippen (2-6) will next visit Wilson Hall.

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First quarter

OP: Marion McCurry 25 pass to Max Huggins (Hunter Pickins kick)

OP: McCurry 30 pass to Derek Andrews (Pickins kick)

BL: Tyler Renew 6 run (Zac Grover kick)

Second quarter

OP: McCurry 1 run (Pickins kick)

OP: Michael Paspoe 8 run (Pickins kick)

BL: Robert Barrow 10 pass Wright Bynum (Grover kick)

Third quarter

BL: Renew 7 run (Grover kick)

Fourth quarter

OP: McCurry 17 run (Pickins kick)

BL: Renew 1 run (Grover kick)

Wardlaw 38, Richard Winn 22

At Winnsboro, Malik Lee had 13 rushes for 183 yards and three touchdowns for Wardlaw.

Wardlaw (7-0) will host Carolina Academy next.

Richard Winn falls to 2-6.

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