SC high school football playoff schedule

October 28, 2012 

SCHSL

FIRST ROUND

CLASS 3A

UPPER STATE

Broome at Daniel

Lower Richland at Blue Ridge

Emerald at Chestrer

Greenville at Chapin

Seneca at Greer

Union at Wren

Pickens at A.C. Flora

Belton-Honea Path at Woodruff

LOWER STATE

Gilbert at Hanahan

Manning at Myrtle Beach

Hilton Head at Strom Thurmond

Georgetown at Marlboro County

Crestwood at Socastee

Midland Valley at Berkeley

Southside at Hartsville

Orangeburg-Wilkinson at Swansea

CLASS 2A DIVISION I

UPPER STATE

Crescent at Pelion

Mid-Carolina at Pendleton

Eau Claire at Keenan

Indian Land at Newberry

LOWER STATE

Wade Hampton at Marion

Ridgeland at Edisto

Garrett at Lake Marion

Waccamaw at Battery Creek

CLASS 2A DIVISION II

UPPER STATE

Andrew Jackson at North Central

Liberty at Ninety Six

Landrum at Saluda

Batesburg-Leesville at Chesterfield

LOWER STATE

Mullins at Academic Magnet

Calhoun County at Woodland

Andrews at Barnwell

Kingstree at Aynor

CLASS A DIVISION 1

UPPER STATE

C.A. Johnson at Christ Church

St. Joseph’s at Lewisville

Ware Shoals at Williston-Elko

Southside Christian at Lamar

LOWER STATE

Hemingway at Carver’s Bay

St. John’s at Johnsonville

Estill at Baptist Hill

Whale Branch at Allendale-Fairfax

CLASS A DIVISION II

UPPER STATE

Dixie at McCormick

Wagener-Salley at Blackville-Hilda

Great Falls at Calhoun Falls

Ridge Spring-Monetta at Hunter-Kinard-Tyler

LOWER STATE

Branchville at Lake View

Military Magnet vs. Denmark Olar at North Charleston

Scott’s Branch at Cross

Bethune-Bowman at Timmonsville

SCISA

CLASS 3A

Cardinal Newman at Augusta Christian

Porter-Gaud at Orangeburg Prep

Heathwood Hall at Hammond

Laurence Manning at Wilson Hall

CLASS 2A

Northwood at Thomas Sumter

Oakbrook Prep at Thomas Heyward

Calhoun Academy at Hilton Head Christian

Palmetto Christian at Florence Christian

CLASS A

Dorchester Academy at Williamsburg

Laurens Academy at Colleton Prep

Holly Hill Academy at Bible Baptist

St. Andrew’s at Trinity Byrnes

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