High school playoffs Honor Roll
11/26/2013 11:37 PM
11/26/2013 11:39 PM
Top performers from this past week’s prep football playoff games:
Derek Olenchuk, Dutch Fork: 24-for-33 passing for 258 yards, three touchdowns.
Will Hunter, Lexington: 18-for-34 passing for 240 yards, three touchdowns.
DeAndre Belton, Fairfield Central: 16-for-26 passing for 170 yards, two touchdowns; 108 yards rushing, one touchdown on 15 carries.
Chris Adams, Spring Valley: 5-for-7 passing for 110 yards, two touchdowns; 83 yards rushing, one touchdown on 18 carries.
Yafari Werts, Newberry: 9-for-17 passing for 112 yards, one touchdowns; 66 yards rushing, two touchdowns on 22 carries.
T.J. Brady, Hammond: 184 yards, three touchdowns on 33 carries.
Slade Carroll, Lexington: 150 yards on 28 carries.
John Miller, Spring Valley: 135 yards on 21 carries.
Matt Colburn, Dutch Fork: 116 yards, one touchdown on 26 carries.
Ervin Green, Pelion: 118 yards on 15 carries.
Larry G. Bell, Fairfield Central: 97 yards, one touchdowns on 15 carries.
Rickie Smith, Batesburg-Leesville:79 yards, one touchdown on
Keelo Norris, Lexington: Six catches for 118 yards, one touchdown.
Deion Fraser, Dutch Fork: 10 catches for 114 yards, one touchdown.
Ryan Brown, Lexington: Seven catches for 87 yards, one touchdown.
Jordan Foster, Spring Valley: Two catches for 68 yards, two touchdowns.
Khalil Keitt, Fairfield Central: Four tackles, three tackles for loss, one sack.
Dominique Scott, Dutch Fork: Seven tackles, four tackles for loss.
Larry J. Bell, Fairfield Central: Seven tackles, one tackle for loss, one sack, five QB hurries.
Stephen Davis, Dutch Fork: 11 tackles.
Jordan Carr, Lexington: Eight tackles, one interception.
Byron Sampson, Fairfield Central: Four tackles, two tackles for loss, one sack, two QB hurries.
Tyler Bass, Dutch Fork: 27-yard game-winning field goal in overtime.
PLAYERS OF THE WEEK
Offense: DeAndre Belton, Fairfield Central
Defense: Dominique Scott, Dutch Fork
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