Prep football roundup

Football: Spring Valley, Batesburg-Leesville among Friday night winners

From Staff ReportsSeptember 21, 2013 

At Harry Parone Stadium, Spring Valley beat Westwood, 24-14.

The Vikings (4-0) were led by John Miller, who ran 28 times for 289 yards. The Vikings rushed 65 times for 464 yards.

Spring Valley linebacker Christian Miller had three sacks and forced two fumbles.

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First Quarter

S—Jordan Williams 8 run (Cooper Gresham kick)

S—Gresham 26 field goal

Second Quarter

W—Christian Brown 13 run (kick good)

S—John Miller 74 run (Gresham kick)

Third Quarter

S—Miller 15 run (Gresham kick)

Fourth Quarter

W—Brown 14 run (kick good)

SALUDA 55, BRANCHVILLE 0

At Saluda, Malik Brooks had 110 yards on five carries to help Saluda (3-1) rout Branchville (1-3).

Saluda quarterback Maurice Howard was 5-for-7 for 161 yards and three touchdowns. Saluda held Branchville to 93 yards offense.

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First Quarter

S—Juwan Foulks 67 pass from Maurice Howard (Aldo Pineda kick)

S—Howard 2 run (Pineda kick)

S—Jamarion Mathis 4 pass from Howard (kick failed)

Second Quarter

S—Malik Brooks 3 run (Pineda kick)

S—Juwan Jones 73 pass from Howard. (Pineda kick)

S—Brooks 95 run (Pineda kick)

Fourth Quarter

S—Malcolm Wiggins 1 run (Pineda kick)

S—Tyrell Sanders 55 interception return (Pineda kick)

CAMDEN 35, LUGOFF-ELGIN 7

At Camden, Kendrice Slater rushed for 89 yards and a touchdown to lead Camden (3-1) over Lugoff-Elgin (0-4). Denzel Martin was 5-of-17 passing for 159 yards and one touchdown.

Dontrell Miller had three catches for 120 yards, including a 77-yard touchdown reception. On defense, Josh Sumpter returned an interception 64 for yards for a touchdown in the third quarter.

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CARDINAL NEWMAN 38, PINEWOOD PREP 3

At George R. Watson Field, running back Zakki Parker pushed the Cardinals (3-1) with 217 yards on 24 carries, including two touchdowns. Teammate Lewis Vaughn passed for 123 yards.

Two-way player Stefone Brown caught a touchdown pass and notched four forced fumbles for Pinewood Prep.

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First Quarter

CN—Stefone Brown 6 pass from Cole Halverson (Cam Bohannon kick)

CN—FG Bohannon 22

CN—Evan DuBois 68 fumble return (Bohannon kick)

Second Quarter

CN—Zakki Parker 21 run (Bohannon kick)

CN—Parker 39 run (Bohannon kick)

Third Quarter

CN— Garrett McNerney 39 interception return (Bohannon kick)

PP—FG Kevin Weber 32

BATESBURG-LEESVILLE 27, SWANSEA 24

At Doug Bennett Stadium, Batesburg-Leesville scored with 1:20 remaining to win. Swansea’s rallying drive made it to the Panthers 35 before the Tigers were forced to turn over on downs.

Swansea’s Clay Lucas was 18-of-27 passing for 146 yards. Swansea is 2-2.

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First Quarter

S—FG Arthur Myers 23

Second Quarter

S—Chance Walker 1 run (Myers kick)

B—Terrance Wilson 36 run (Alex Caughman kick)

Third Quarter

B—Wilson 8 run (kick failed)

B—Rickey Smith 10 run (Caughman kick)

Fourth Quarter

S—Walker 3 pass from Clay Lucas (Myers kick)

S—Lucas 1 run (Myers kick)

B—Smith 15 run (Caughman kick)

GILBERT 62, PELION 44

At Pelion, Pelion’s Zach Hawkins rushed for 153 yards, and Isaiah Jenkins had 102. Gilbert’s Jakayus Leaphart led the game with 170 yards on 12 carries.

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First Quarter

G—Mitch Spires 45 run (Zach Kilgore kick)

Second Quarter

G—Spires 1 run (Kilgore kick)

G—Spires 2 run (Kilgore kick)

G—Jalon Bright 18 pass from Spires (Kilgore kick)

P—Isaiah Jenkins 75 kickoff return (kick failed)

P—Quincy Kershaw 10 pass from Zach Hawkins (Hawkins run)

G—Tristan REgister 85 kickoff return (Kilgore kick)

Third Quarter

P—Ervin Green 10 (Jenkins run)

G—-Jakayus Leaphart 27 run (Kilgore kick)

P—Hawkins 1 run (extra-point failed)

G—Leaphart 75 run (Kilgore kick)

Fourth Quarter

P—Hawkins 62 run (Jenkins run)

G—-Nick Hendrix 21 run (Kilgore kick)

P—Jenkins 10 run (Green run)

YORK 57, KEENAN 12

At York, Peter Easaw had 21 carries for 123 yards and both of the Raiders’ touchdowns.

Deshaw Andrews threw six touchdown passes for York. Keenan (3-2) hosts North Central on Oct. 4.

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BLYTHEWOOD 35, LANCASTER 6

At Lancaster, Javon Smith led the Bengals with 340 yards on 25-of-39 passing. Smith targeted nine receivers, with Lynard Jamison pulling in six catches for 145 yards and three touchdowns.

Blythewood is 2-2.

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Second Quarter

B--Deyon Grayer 47 pass from Javon Smith (Greg Huegel kick)

B--Lynard Jamison 82 pass from Smith (Huegel kick)

B--Grayer 18 pass from Smith (Huegel kick)

Third Quarter

B--Jamison 3 pass from Smith (Huegel kick)

Fourth Quarter

B--Jamison 39 run (Huegel kick)

L--J. Hood 21 pass from K. Truesdale (kick failed)

WILSON HALL 42, HAMMOND 14

Wilson Hall quarterback William Kinney accounted for five touchdowns to lead Wilson Hall.

The Barons used a nine-play, 82-yard opening drive to take a 7-0 lead. Parker McDuffie scoared on a 2-yard run.

GOOSE CREEK 49, FORT DORCHESTER 28

At Goose Creek, Evan McField had 17 carries for 145 yards and two touchdowns, Dantez Bennamon posted 129 yards and two touchdowns on seven attempts, as the Gators tallied 468 yards rushing and 552 total offensive yards.

The Gators are 4-0 and host Dutch Fork next week.

LOWER RICHLAND 24, AIRPORT 17

At Lower Richland, De’Andre Smith had 29 carries for 188 yards a touchdown to lead the Diamond Hornets.

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