Midlands High school football roundup

Swansea wins; Hammond’s Myers passes 2,000 yards

From Staff ReportsNovember 3, 2012 

Newberry advances in 2A; Flora rolls in Class 3A

Tysheen Nance rushed nine times for 101 yards and three touchdowns to lead Newberry to a 42-13 victory against Indian Land in the first round of the Class 2A, Division I playoffs.

As a team, Newberry rushed for 163 yards.

Newberry (8-3) plays at Columbia next week. Indian Land finishes at 1-10.

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First quarter

N: Tysheen Nance 21 run(Jose Lozano kick)

N: Nance 16 run (Lozano kick)

N: Jalin Alexander 30 pass from Khalil Sheppard (Lozano kick)

Second quarter

IL: Dalton McGuirt 1 run (kick failed)

N: Alexander 31 pass from Sheppart (Lozano kick)

Third quarter

N: Nance 20 run (Lozano kick)

N: Cohanskie Goodson 3 run (Lozano kick)

Fourth quarter

IL: Austin Gordon 8 run (Shea Rodgers kick)

A.C. FLORA 55, PICKENS 31

At Memorial Stadium, the Falcons spotted Pickens a 14-0 lead before roaring back to win their Class 3A playoff opener.

Pickens’ Angus Anderson scored on an 83-yard rush on the first play from scrimmage. After Matt Gravely hit a 45-yard field goal for the Blue Flame at the buzzer, the host Falcons held a 17-point halftime lead.

Anderson led the game with 162 yards on eight carries. Falcons quarterback Jake Lewis had 132 yards passing, and added 74 yards rushing.

A.C. Flora (10-1) will host Belton-Honea Path in the next week’s second round.

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First quarter

P: Angus Anderson 83 run (Matt Gravely kick)

P: Gunner Covey 18 run (Gravely kick)

A: Juwan Simon 12 run (Jack Grady kick)

A: Keith Goss 3 run (Grady kick)

Second quarter

A: Aven Pollard 5 run (kick failed)

A: Goss 5 run (Grady kick)

A: Shelton Whitaker 80 pass from Jake Lewis (Grady kick)

A: Gravely 45 field goal at the buzzer

Third quarter

A: Lewis 7 run (Grady kick)

A: Schroder Carlton 13 pass from Lewis (Grady kick)

A: Goss 44 run (Grady kick)

Fourth quarter

P: Anderson 4 run (Gravely kick)

P: Covey 1 run (Gravely kick)

SWANSEA 17, ORANGEBURG WILKINSON 0

At Swansea, Travis Loadholt posted 66 yards on 22 carries and Johnathon Sutton led the defense with six tackles and a sack.

The Tigers (10-1) advance to the second round of the Class 3A playoffs and face top-ranked Hartsville on the road.

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Second quarter

S: Travis Loadholt 7 run (Arthur Myers kick)

S: Myers 27 field goal

Fourth quarter

S: Robbie Brown 15 run (Myers kick)

HAMMOND 38, HEATHWOOD HALL 6

At Eden Stadium, Hammond’s Quayshon Myers posted 21 carries for 193 yards and two touchdowns, boosting his season total to 2,019 yards. Quarterback Jake Nidiffer put up 180 yards on 11-of-19 passing, and the Skyhawks’ defense forced four turnovers as the Skyhawks improved to 11-1.

Hammond will host Wilson Hall in next week’s SCISA Class 3A semifinals. Heathwood finishes 3-8.

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Second quarter

H: Cannon Smith 49 pass from Jake Nidiffer (Bill Horst kick)

H: Ken Krupa 33 field goal

H: Caleb Woody 28 pass from Nidiffer (Horst kick)

H: Quayshon Myers 5 run (Horst)

Third quarter

HH: Edwin Propst 28 pass from Will Detwiler (pass failed )

Fourth quarter

H: Myers 55 run (Horst kick)

H: Myers 1 run (Horst kick)

BLYTHEWOOD 36, RIDGE VIEW 17

At District 2 Stadium, Blythewood defeated rival Ridge View to improve to 9-2.

Ridge View’s Gary Bradshaw led the game with 151 yards and two touchdowns on 13 carries. Ridge View quarterback Nolan Randolph completed nine passes for 139 yards, while Bengals quarterback Kylen Binn was 15-of-24 for 136 yards.

The Bengals (9-2, 4-1) earned the No. 2 seed in Region 4-4A. Ridge View is (6-5, 3-2).

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First quarter

B: Greg Huegel 38 field goal

R: Gary Bradshaw 55 run (K. Blue kick)

Second quarter

R: Bradshaw 55 run (T. Howell pass from Nolan Randolph)

B: Devin Albert 27 run (pass failed)

B: Kylen Binn 8 run (run failed)

Third quarter

B: Javon Smith 35 pass from Binn (Huegel kick)

R: Blue 39 field goal

Fourth quarter

B: Ben Ruiz 20 run (Huegel kick)

B: Earl Wilson 53 interception return (Huegel kick)

LOWER RICHLAND 26, BLUE RIDGE 21

At Greer, the No. 3 seed Diamond Hornets upset host Blue Ridge to secure Lower Richland’s first playoff victory in more than eight seasons. Lower Richland (5-6) survived a fourth-quarter rally to advance to the second round of the Class 3A tournament, and will face Daniel on the road.

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WHITE KNOLL 28, LEXINGTON 0

At Lexington, Lamar Ray led the Timberwolves with 23 carries for 136 yards and two touchdowns. Quin Jones added 19 carries for 165 and one touchdown.

White Knoll (8-3) will play in the first round of the playoffs next week. Lexington finishes 3-8.

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First quarter

WK: Lamar Ray 2 run (Lucas Bowerman kick)

WK: Quin Jones 5 run (Bowerman kick)

Second quarter

WK: Ray 3 run (Bowerman kick)

Third quarter

WK: Craig Blakey 6 pass from Delvin Riley (Bowerman kick)

W.W. KING 50, CATHEDRAL ACADEMY 22

At Charleston, Cheyenne Bodie was the leading rusher for the Knights with 16 carries for 100 yards and three touchdowns. Conner Fox had 20 carries for 66 yards and one touchdown. Quarterback Alex Berry was 12-of-20 for 171 yards and four touchdowns.

W.W. King finishes the regular season 11-1 and advances to the semifinal round next week.

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First quarter

WWK: Cheyenne Bodie 3 run (run failed)

WWK: Bodie 5 run (Bodie run)

Second quarter

WWK: Foster West 30 pass from Alex Berry (Bodie run)

WWK: Bodie 40 run (West run)

CA: Christian Rogers 10 run (run failed)

WWK: Price Carpenter 11 pass from Berry (run failed)

Third quarter

WWK: Conner Fox 6 run (run failed)

CA: Christian Rogers 14 run (Lloyd Haynes run)

Fourth quarter

WWK: Caleb Fulmer 11 pass from Berry (Fox run)

CA: Dylan Jones 2 run (Rogers pass from Drew Murray)

CHESTERFIELD 44, BATESBURG-LEESVILLE 42

At Chesterfield, the Rams took advantage of three Panthers turnovers in the first half, including a fumble that Bubba Grant returned 99 yards for a touchdown.

Batesburg-Leesville rebounded with a quick score in the third quarter but then turned the ball over again, allowing Chesterfield 19 points off turnovers.

The Panthers ran the ball 50 times for 464 yards and six touchdowns. Ricky Smith had 28 carries for 228 yards and four touchdowns.

Chesterfield quarterback Dillon Rivers was 26-of-34 for 304 yards and one touchdown. Kendrick Melton had 21 carries for 134 yards and four touchdowns for Chesterfield.

Chesterfield (5-6) plays at Buford in the second round of playoffs next week. Bateburg-Leesville finishes 5-6.

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First quarter

C: Kendrick Melton 1 run (kick failed)

Second quarter

BL: Terrance Wilson 45 run (Josh Hall kick)

C: Melton 15 run (pass failed)

C: Melton 49 run (pass failed)

C: Bubba Grant 99 fumble return (pass failed)

Third quarter

BL: Jac’Quiel Chandler 44 run (Hall kick)

C: Melton 24 run (Mike Smith kick)

BL: Ricky Smith 6 run (Hall kick)

BL: Smith 20 run (Hall kick)

Fourth quarter

C: Grant 10 pass from Dillon Rivers (Smith kick)

BL: Smith 1 run (Hall kick)

BL: Smith 1 run (Hall kick)

C: Chuck Jackson 10 pass from Rivers (kick failed)

HANAHAN 49, GILBERT 14

At Hanahan, Gilbert closes the season 4-7, while Hanahan (10-1) moves on to host Myrtle Beach in the second round of the Class 3A playoffs

CHRIST CHURCH 51, CA JOHNSON 20

At Greenville, C.A. Johnson fell to the No. 1-seed Cavaliers in the first round of the Class A Division 1 playoffs, and finishes the season 2-9.

KEENAN 28, EAU CLAIRE 6

At Bolden Stadium, the Raiders (6-4) advanced to the second round of the Class 2A Division I tournament with help from Peter Easaw, who returned a kickoff for a touchdown late in the game.

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