ROUNDUP: River Bluff tops Gilbert, Heathwood beats Cardinals

08/30/2014 12:55 AM

08/30/2014 12:57 AM

The River Bluff Gators posted 442 yards, led by quarterback Brandon Tillman’s 218 yards on 12-of-16 passing for two touchdowns, en route to a 31-9 victory against Gilbert on Friday night at River Bluff’s stadium.

Tillman also rushed for 106 yards and two touchdowns, while Diante Petruso had 105 yards receiving and TiJuan Glenn rushed for 100 yards.

Gilbert (1-1) was led by quarterback Nick Hendrix, who was 12-of-21 for 123 yards passing and added 62 yards rushing. The Indians host Pelion next and River Bluff (1-1) hosts Columbia.

Gilbert 3 6 0 0 – 9
River Bluff
02407– 31

First quarter

G--Zach Kilgore 37 field goal

Second quarter

R--Justin Salters 26 field goal

R--Brandon Tillman 1 run (Salters kick)

R--Diante Petruso 57 pass from Tillman (Salters kick)

G--Nick Hendrix 4 run (kick failed)

R--Robbie Barrett 10 pass from Tillman (Salters kick)

Fourth quarter

R--Tillman 7 run (Salters kick)

HEATHWOOD HALL 40, CARDINAL NEWMAN 14 At George R. Watson Field, Cardinal Newman’s Trey Napper led the game with 193 yards and a touchdown on 27 carries, and also scored a receiving touchdown. But the Highlanders (1-0) got 245 yards from quarterback Brandon Walden on 15-of-27 passing, and Brandon McCullough added 149 yards rushing.

Heathwood Hall 7 19 7 7 – 40
Cardinal Newman
00140– 14

First quarter

H--Todd Corley 37 pass from Brandon Walden (Brandon Hill kick)

Second quarter

H--Hill 4 run (kick blocked)

H--Brandon McCullough 80 run (kick failed)

H--Hill 10 run (Matt Watford kick)

Third quarter

C--Trey Napper 5 run (Cam Bohannon kick)

H--Hill 9 run (Hill kick)

C--Napper 16 pass from Cam Tringali (Bohannon kick)

Fourth quarter

H--Duffy Beal 42 pass from Walden (Watford kick)

GREAT FALLS 21, GRAY COLLEGIATE 16 At Great Falls, Israel Williams rushed for both of the War Eagles’ touchdowns, and Cameron Hanna added a 25-yard field goal. But Gray Collegiate’s drive for the go-ahead goal was halted by a penalty call.

The War Eagles fall to 0-2 and face Durham, N.C.’s Hillside at Orangeburg next week.

LOWER RICHLAND 30, KEENAN 26 At Hopkins, the Diamond Hornets improved to 1-1, while Keenan fell to 1-1.

Lower Richland faces Orangeburg-Wilkinson next. Keenan hosts C.A. Johnson.

BLYTHEWOOD 20, RIDGE VIEW 5 At District 2 Stadium, Ridge View sacked David Isreal four times, but the Blythewood quarterback managed 14-27-1 passing, with 216 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Bengals. Blythewood held Ridge View to 198 yards of offense, and Dejuan Warren led the offense with 13 carries for 87 yards.

The Bengals (1-1) travel to Lexington next. Ridge View (0-1) hosts Goose Creek.

Ridge View
3002– 5 Blythewood 7706– 20

First quarter

R--N. Goff 32 field goal

B--Dominique Lemon 85 punt return (Cody Turner kick)

Second quarter

B--Trae Churn 30 pass from David Isreal (Turner kick)

Fourth quarter

B--Joseph Richardson 21 pass from Isreal (pass failed)


WANDO 45, WHITE KNOLL 13 At Wando, Tristan Liberty’s 27-yard field goal in the second quarter gave the Timberwolves a 13-0 halftime lead over host Wando, but White Knoll (0-2) would not score again. Wando’s Kenny Waring tied the game with a 22-yard scoring run late in the third quarter, and the Warriors took over from there.

White Knoll
7600– 13 Wando 001431– 45

BATESBURG LEESVILLE 42, WOODLAND 22 At Dorchester, the Panthers begin their Class 2A title defense with a 1-0 record. Batesburg-Leesville hosts 2-0 Brookland-Cayce next.

Batesburg 7 21 14 0 – 42
6880– 22

BEN LIPPEN 35, HAMMOND 38 At Edens Stadium, Shawn Hutchinson kicked a 37-yard field goal as time expired to win the game for Hammond. Ben Lippen posted 589 yards, with Robert Barrow completing 22 of 24 passes for 348 and four touchdowns.

Ben Lippen (1-1) hosts Heathwood Hall next. Hammond (1-0) hosts Wilson Hall.

Ben Lippen
071414– 35 Hammond 77717– 38

CHAPIN 22, MID-CAROLINA 6 At Prosperity, Chapin improved to 2-0. The Eagles are on the road at Swansea on Sept. 5.

SALUDA 47, RIDGE SPRING MONETTA 20 At Monetta, Jamarion Mathis had five catches for 97 yards and a touchdwon and added interception return touchdown.

Saluda 7 14 7 19 – 47
Ridge Spring
07013– 20

First quarter

S--Malik Brooks 49 run (Hunter Coleman kick)

Second quarter

S--Denasjee Posey 71 pass Dartwon Hill (Coleman kick)

S--Jalen Coleman 28 interception return (Coleman kick)

R--Corey Hopkins 2 run (Tony Martin kick)

Third quarter

S--Jamarion Mathis 11 pass from Forrest Winn (Coleman kick)

Fourth quarter

R--Terrence Smith 2 run (Martin kick)

S--Mathis 18 pass form Winn (Coleman kick)

R--Craig Burton 3 run (kick failed)

S--Malcolm Wiggins 27 run (kick failed)

S--Mathis 76 interception return (kick failed)

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