At Hammond, T.J. Brady rushed 13 times for 156 yards and two touchdowns as Hammond rolled to a 28-7 win against Pinewood Prep in the first round of the SCISA Class 3A playoffs Friday night.
The Skyhawks (11-0) play host next week to the winner of Friday night’s contest between Porter-Gaud and Ben Lippen.
H – Nick Garrett 8 run (Sean Hutchinson, kick)
H - TJ Brady 86 run (Hutchinson, kick)
H - Cantey Heath 30 pass from Garrett (Hutchinson, kick)
H - Brady 19 run (Hutchinson, kick)
PP - 24 pass to Wright
BLYTHEWOOD 36, RIDGE VIEW 0 At District 2 Stadium, Osei Thomas posted four touchdowns to lead the Bengals as they improved to 5-6, 3-2. Thomas rushed for 185 yards on 16 carries as Blythewood outgained rival Ridge View 364-207 on the way to the win.
Ridge is 3-8, 1-4.
1st: (B) Osei Thomas 5 run (Tucker Smith kick)
1st: (B) Thomas 1 run (Smith kick)
1st: (B) Thomas 53 run (Zavion Holmes pass from Jordyn Adams)
2nd: (B) Thomas 12 pass from DAvid Isreal (Smith kick)
3rd: (B) Kyle Wright 10 pass from Isreal (Tucker kick)
SWANSEA 45, WILSON 21 At Doug Bennett Stadium, the host Tigers advanced to the second round of the Class 3A playoffs, led by a 204-yard rushing performance from Quaevonn Cannon. Swansea’s Clay Lucas posted 193 yards and two touchdowns on 9-of-13 passing as the Tigers rolled up 503 yards.
Craig Johnson had five catches for 76 yards and a touchdown and posted five tackles and two sacks on defense. Swansea (7-4) was led on defense by Mason Ray, who posted three sacks.
The Tigers will face Marlboro County in the Nov. 14 second round.
1st: (S) Chance Walker 46 pass from Clay Lucas (Yunem Pena kick)
1st: (W) Amonte Askins 40 pass from James Richardson (Luke Carter kick)
1st: (S) Craig Johnson 28 pass from Lucas (Pena kick)
2nd: (S) Walker 3 run
2nd: (W) Christian Bruce 70 pass from Richardson (Carter kick)
2nd: (S) Walker 23 run (Pena kick)
3rd: (S) Pena 32 field goal
3rd: (W) Naszierre Rice 62 pass from Richardson (Carter kick)
3rd: (S) Johnson 24 fumble return (Pena kick)
4th: (S) Quaevonn Cannon 1 run (Pena kick)
KEENAN 29, CENTRAL 26 At Pageland, North-South all-star Kendrick Gathers led the Raiders to a win with a 16-yard touchdown catch, 73-yard kickoff return touchdown and a game-saving interception with 29 seconds left. Quarterback D’Marco Zeigler put p 174 yards and two touchdowns on 13-of-17 passing.
Keenan (8-3) will face No. 1 seed Chesnee in the second round of the Class 2A Division 2 playoffs.
ABBEVILLE 34, BATESBURG-LESEVILLE 28 At Batesburg, Abbeville used overtime to stump the defending champions in a back-and-forth Class 2A Division 2 first-round playoff game. Abbeville’s Sylvester Harris’ 4-yard scoring run in overtime went unanswered to put Abbeville on top. Batesburg-Leesville (8-3) was led by quarterback Taylor Jackson, who completed 13 of 21 passes fro 185 yards and a touchdown. Austin Coleman made four catches for 82 yards and a score.
Abbeville (5-6) will travel to Ninety Six in the second round.
1st: (A) Red Scott 31 run (Troy Cann kick)
1st: (B) Terrance Wilson 3 run (Mitchell Cobb kick)
2nd: (A) Joseph Battle 41 run (Cann kick)
2nd: (B) TAylor Jackson 20 run (Cobb kick)
3rd: (B) Wilson 92 kickoff return (Cobb kick)
3rd: (A) Scott 11 run (Cann kick)
4th: (A) Sylevester Harris 17 run (Cann kick)
4th: (B) Austin Coleman 50 pass from Cobb (Cobb kick)
OT: (A) Harris 4 run
BELTON-HONEA PATH 28, CAMDEN 9 At Belton, the Camden Bulldogs saw their season end at 5-7 as the host Bears rushed their way into the Class 3A second round.
Belton-Honea Path (8-3) will play at Greer in the second round.
1st: (B) Oryan Warren 40 run (Lance Jones kick)
2nd: (B) Jawunn Abney 10 run (Jones kick)
2nd: (C) DJ Wilson 10 pass from K’Shaughn Natt (Nelson Semple kick)
3rd: (B) Michael Starks 10 pass from Austin Estes (Jones kick)
3rd: (C) Team safety
4th: (B) TC McCullough 50 run (Jones kick)
BEN LIPPEN 44, PORTER-GAUD 39 At Charleston, Ben Lippen overcame a 21-point deficit to advance to the second round of the SCISA Class 3A tournament. Robert Barrow posted four touchdown passes and led the team in rushing. The Falcons (9-3) were led on defense by Austin Brown and Cole Owens, and the unit made a goal-line stand in the final minutes to preserve the win.
Ben Lippen will play at Hammond in the second round.
FAIRFIELD CENTRAL 55, MID-CAROLINA 14 At Winnsboro, the Griffins held Mid-Carolina scoreless in the first half of their Class 2A Division 1 playoff opener. Fairfield Central (10-1) advances to face Strom Thurmond in the Nov. 14 second round.