Chapin rallies past A.C. Flora
10/12/2013 12:33 AM
10/12/2013 12:35 AM
Matt Charpia completed 9-of-15 passes for 143 yards and touchdown and also rushed for a score to lead Chapin to a 19-18 victory against A.C. Flora on Friday night.
Aven Pollard rushed 21 times for 217 yards and a touchdown for the Falcons (4-3, 0-2).
Chapin (4-3, 2-0) visits Lower Richland next week.
ACF — 38 field goal Joseph Charlton
C— Matt Charpia 43 run (Zach McCall, kick)
ACF — 43 field goal Charlton
ACF — Brendan Greene 1 run (pass failed)
ACF — Aven Pollard 73 run (kick blocked)
C — Logan Bailey 3 run (pass failed)
C — Carter White 31 pass from Charpia (run failed)
WHITE KNOLL 35, AIKEN 20
At White Knoll, Quin Jones had 117 yards on eight carries, and Emond Brown posted 132 yards on nine carries for White Knoll.
Caleb Heath led the Green Hornets with 8-of-17 passing for 87 yards.
White Knoll improves to 6-1 and hosts North Augusta next. Aiken is 1-7.
W—Craig Blakey 8 run (Chase Graham kick)
W—Quin Jones 19 run (Graham kick)
W—Blakey 3 run (Graham kick)
W—Calev Grubbs 36 pass from Blakey (Graham kick)
W—Jones 14 run (Graham kick)
A—Terrell Lewis 10 run (kick failed)
A—Lewis 1 run (run failed)
A—Tremaine Gaffney 39 fumble return ( Stacy Toole pass from Caleb Heath)
LUGOFF-ELGIN 31, RICHLAND NORTHEAST 10
At Lugoff, Shon Belton led the Demons with 20 rushes for 175 yards and a touchdown and completed 8-of-13 passes with two touchdowns. Emmonti Payne posted a touchdown rushing and one receiving, and Andrew Place added a 31-yard field goal.
Richland Northeast (0-7, 0-1) posted 223 yards of offense in the effort.
Lugoff-Elgin (1-6, 1-0) travels to Ridge View next.
PELION 22, NORTH CENTRAL 8
At North Central, Irvin Green scored two touchdowns to lead the Panthers (4-3, 2-0).
Pelion hosts Columbia next. North Central (3-4, 0-2) travels to Eau Claire.
BATESBURG-LEESVILLE 48, NINETY SIX 14
At Batesburg, Terrance Wilson posted eight rushes for 154 yards and two catches for 50 yards and totaled three touchdowns to lead the Panthers (5-2, 2-0).
Rod Johnson posted nine carries for 56 yards and quarterback Hunter Watson completed 20 passes for 80 yards for Ninety Six.
The Panthers host Mid-Carolina next, and Ninety Six (5-2, 1-1) hosts Newberry.
B— Ray Norris 21 run (Alexander Caughman kick)
B— Jac’Quiel Chandler 1 run (Caughman kick)
B—Terrance Wilson 25 pass from Chandler (Caughman kick)
B— Wilson 5 run (kick failed)
N— Rod Johnson 11 run (Grant Dickey kick)
B— Wilson 36 run (Chandler run)
B— Chandler 1 run
N— Johnson 7 run (Dickey kick)
B— Norris 20 run (Caughman kick)
SWANSEA 47, MIDLAND VALLEY 42
At Swansea, Travis Loadholt had 201 yards on 29 carries with three touchdowns to lead the Tigers. Receiver Craig Johnson made five catches for 94 yards, and Clay Lucas was 8-of-14 for 137 yards.
Midland Valley’s sophomore quarterback Daniel Carr accounted for six touchdowns.
Swansea (5-2, 2-0) next faces Strom Thurmond.
M—Daniel Carr 1 run (Padgett kick)
S— Craig Johnson 31 pass from Clay Lucas (Arthur Myers kick)
S—Myers 40 field goal
M—Kameron Brown 46 pass from Carr (Padgett kick)
S—Travis Loadholt 14 run (pass failed)
S—Johnson 49 pass from Lucas (Myers kick)
S—Myers 37 field goal
M—Carr 7 run (Padgett kick)
S— Loadholt 30 run (Myers kick)
M—Brown 11 pass from Carr (Padgett kick)
S—Loadholt 2 run (Myers kick)
M—Trenton Baughman 7 pass from Carr (Padgett kick)
S—Chance Walker 55 run (Myers kick)
M—Brown 11 pass from Carr (Padgett kick)
HEATHWOOD HALL 45, PINEWOOD PREP 14
At Heathwood Hall, the host Highlanders edged the Panthers to improve to 2-5. Heathwood takes on Wilson Hall next.
DUTCH FORK 59, SOUTH AIKEN 28
At Dutch Fork, Derek Olenchuk passed for 296 yards and three touchdowns to pace Dutch Fork (5-2, 1-0). Bo Baldwin passed for 117 yards and two touchdowns for Aiken (1-6, 0-1).
DF—Julian Heyward 27 pass from Derek Olenchuk (Tyler Bass kick)
SA— Matt Albertson 69 run (Owen Myers kick)
SA—Bo Baldwin 58 run (Myers kick)
DF— Deion Frasier 38 pass from Heyward (Bass kick)
DF—Frasier 25 pass from Olenchuk (Bass kick)
SA—Damien Brown 1 run (Myers kick)
DF— Chris Colburn 2 run (Bass kick)
SA—Baldwin 1 run (Myers kick)
SALUDA 48, MID-CAROLINA 12
At Mid-Carolina, Dakota Sheppard led Saluda with 122 yards on 12 carries, and Maurice Howard completed 8-of-13 passes for 147 yards as Saluda posted 447 yards on offense.
Saluda (4-3, 1-1) host Abbeville next. Mid-Carolina (0-7, 0-2) is at Batesburg-Leesville.
S—Juwon Foulks 12 run (kick failed)
S— Jamarion Mathis 12 pass from Maurice Howard (Aldo Pineda kick)
S—Devonta Brown 26 pass from Howard (Pineda kick)
M— Mac Flemon 22 pass from Travarris Green (kick failed)
S--Foulks 13 run (Pineda kick)
S—Malik Brooks 8 run (Pineda kick)
S--Mathis 42 pass from Howard (Pineda kick)
S--Dar’twon Hill 10 run (Pineda kick)
M--Rashon Graham 1 run (kick blocked)
BROOKLAND-CAYCE 40, GILBERT 27
At Brookland-Cayce, Ti Myers rushed for 75 yards, and Clark Ebener added an interception for Brookland-Cayce.
Mitch Spires finished with 134 passing yards, and Raymond Padgett tallied 102 receiving yards for Gilbert (3-4, 0-2). Brookland-Cayce (6-1, 2-1) travels to Midland Valley next week.
BC—Zeke Walker 3 run
G—Jakayus Leaphart 1 run
BC—Walker 58 pass to Cam Brown
BC—Walker 24 pass to Bernard McCall (Jacob Smoak kick)
G— Leaphart 4 run (Zach Kilgore kick)
BC—Walker 13 run (Smoak kick)
G—Leaphart 30 run (Kilgore kick)
BC— Quinton McMillian 1 run (Smoak kick)
G—Mitch Spires 13 run (Kilgore kick)
BC—McCall 41 run (Smoak kick)
GOOSE CREEK 56, CAROLINA FOREST 14
At Goose Creek, Tyrik Johnson had 160 yards with two touchdowns, including a 95- yard scoring run, and Caleb Kinlaw posted 137 yards and four TDs to lift Goose Creek (7-0)
The Gators led 42-7 at the half.
Dantez Bennamon completed six passes for 152 yards, and cornerback Omar McRae added a 20-yard interception return for a touchdown for the Gators.
Williams Brunson had two touchdown passes for Carolina Forest.
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