Slade Carroll rushed for 208 yards and three touchdowns on 26 carries as Lexington climbed back to .500 with a 54-34 victory against South Aiken on Friday night.
The Wildcats posted 476 yards on offense.
Malik Lee led South Aiken with 178 yards and two touchdowns rushing, plus 110 yards and two touchdowns receiving.
Tyler Schadewald had 96 yards and two touchdowns for Lexington.
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South Aiken is 2-8, 0-4 going into the regular-season finale. Lexington improved to 5-5, 2-2.
1st: (L) Tyler Schadewald 28 pass from Brandon Blake (Chris Kinsley kick)
1st: (L) Brooks Winchester 24 interception return (Kinsley kick)
2nd: (S) Malik Lee 1 run (Owen Myers kick)
2nd: (L) Kinsley 35 field goal
2nd: (L) Kinsley 36 field goal
3rd: (L) Slade Carroll 42 run (kick failed)
3rd: (S) Lee 1 run (kick failed)
3rd: (L) Slade Carroll 5 run (Kinsley kick)
3rd: (L) Carroll 3 run (Kinsley kick)
4th: (L) Schadewald 68 pass from Blake (Kinsley kick)
4th: (S) Lee 85 pass from Bowen Smith (Myers kick_
4th: (L) James Ricker 6 run (Kinsley kick)
4th: (S) Lee 16 pass from Smith (Myers kick)
4th: (S) fumble recovery in endzone (Myers kick)
4th: (S) Denasjee Posey 63 pass from Hill (kick failed)
OT: (B) Terrance 4 run (Cobb kick)
OT: (S) Jamarion Mathis 6 pass from Hill (pass failed)
CHAPIN 28, CAMDEN 10 At Chapin, Logan Bailey led the Eagles, passing for 206 yards and two touchdowns and adding 82 yards and two touchdowns on the ground. Chandler Engel rushed for 87 yards on 18 carries, and Evan Estredge caught five passes for 105 yards. The Eagles finish the regular season 7-3, 3-2 and in second place in Region 4-3A. Camden finishes 5-6, 3-2.
1st: (Ch) Evan Estridge 35 pass from Logan Bailey (Smith Dawsey kick)
1st: (Ca) Kendrice Slater 6 run (Nelson Semple kick)
2nd: (Ca) Semple 27 field goal
2nd: (Ch) Bailey 3 run (DAwsey kick)
2nd: (Ch) Noah Schelble 29 pass from Bailey (Dawsey kick)
4th: (Ch) Bailey 57 run (Dawsey kick)
BATESBURG-LEESVILLE 26, SALUDA 25 At Batesburg, Mitchell Cobb intercepted Saluda’s two-point pass attempt to preserve Batesburg-Leesville’s win in overtime and clinch the Region 2-2A title for the Panthers (8-2).
Running back Terrance Wilson led Batesburg-Leesville with 26 carries for 184 yards and a touchdown, and quarterback Taylor Jackson posted 13-of-23 passing for 138 yards and two touchdowns.
Saluda’s Dar’Twon Hill led the game with 220 yards passing and two touchdowns and added 98 yards on 21 carries. Denasjee Posey made four catches for 148 yards and touchdown.
Saluda finishes 2-8.
1st: (S) Dar’Twon Hill 2 run (kick failed)
2nd: (S) Hill 13 run (kick good)
3rd: (B) Deshaun Stroman 26 pass Taylor Jackson (Mitchell Cobb kick)
4th: (S) Denasjee Posey 58 pass from Hill (kick failed)
4th: (B) Cobb 27 pass from Jackson (kick failed)
4th: (B) Jackson 24 run (kick failed)
OT: (B) Terrance Wilson 4 run (Mitchell Cobb kick)
OT: (S) Jamarion Mathis 7 pass from Hill (pass failed)
CARDINAL NEWMAN 35, THOMAS SUMTER 8 At George R. Watson Stadium, Trey Napper notched four touchdowns, with 188 yards and three touchdowns on 16 carries.
The Cardinals improved to 3-7. Thomas Sumter falls to 3-7.
1st: (C) Cameron Napper 80 yard kickoff return (pass failed)
1st: (T) Cody Segura 18 pass from Kevin Lewis (kick failed)
1st: (C) Trey Napper 2 run (Jack Patten kick)
2nd: (T) team safety
2nd: (C) T. Napper 63 run (T. Napper run)
3rd: (C) T. Napper 9 run (Patten kick)
3rd: (C) T. Napper 23 pass from Cam Tringali (Patten kick)
RICHLAND NORTHEAST 14, LOWER RICHLAND 2 At Harry Parone Stadium, the Cavaliers improved to 2-8, 2-3 in the region, by holding Lower Richland scoreless in the second half.
The Diamond Hornets fell to 1-9, 0-5.
SWANSEA 56, GILBERT 50 At Doug Bennett Stadium, Swansea finally caged Gilbert running back Jakayus Leaphart in overtime, keeping Gilbert scoreless and lifting the host Tigers.
Leaphart rushed for 353 yards on 34 carries and scored on runs of 35, 58, 9, 40 and 2 yards, but he did not find the end zone in overtime.
Chance Walker posted his third touchdown of the night to help Swansea notch its sixth consecutive win. Walker finished with 196 yards on 19 carries. Quarterback Clay Lucas led the game with 289 yards and four touchdowns on 9-of-15 passing, with Craig Johnson nabbing five passes for 244 yards.
Swansea (6-4, 5-0) will have a No. 1 seed in the Class 3A playoffs next week. The Indians close the regular season at 5-5, 2-3.
1st: (S) Quaevon Cannon 18 yard run ( Yunem Pena Kick)
2nd: (G) Tristan Register 18 yard pass from Nick Hendrix (Zach Kilgore Kick)
2nd: (S) Quaevon Cannon 5 yard run (Pena Kick)
2nd: (G) Jakayus Leaphart 35 yard run (Kilgore Kick)
2nd: (S) Chance Walker 50 yard run ( Pena Kick)
2nd: (S) Craig Johnson 71 yard pass from Clay Lucas (kick Failed)
2nd: (G) Leaphart 58 yard run ( Kilgore Kick)
2nd: (S) Walker 27 yard Pass from Lucas ( Pass failed)
3rd: (G) Leaphart 9 yard run (Kilgore Kick)
3rd: (S) Pena 36 yard FG
4th: (G) Register 16 yard pass from Hendrix (Hendrix pass from Leaphart)
4th: (G) Leaphart 40 yard run (Kilgore Kick)
4th: (S) Johnson 72 yard pass from Lucas ( Pena Kick)
4th: (G) Leaphart 3 yard run ( Kilgore Kick)
4th: (S) Johnson 65 yard pass from Lucas (Pena Kick)
OT: (S) Walker 5 yard run
KEENAN 35, PELION 0 At Bolden Stadium, Tyreick Davis-Newton led the Raiders with 12 carries for 173 yards and two touchdowns.
Kendrick Gathers added six carries for 166 yards and a touchdown as Keenan improved to 7-3. Pelion fell to 5-5.