At Gilbert, Aven Pollard had 222 yards rushing on 12 carries with five touchdowns to lead A.C. Flora to a 51-36 victory against Gilbert.
Quarterback Jake Lewis posted 127 yards passing and 104 rushing yards for the Falcons. Gilbert’s Omar Bethea notched 164 yards and three touchdowns on 23 carries. The Falcons (2-0) travel to North Gwinnett. Gilbert falls to 0-2.
G—Antoine Stroman 11 run (Dylan Amick kick)
A—Aven Pollard 25 run (Joseph Carlton kick)
G—Christopher Dyer 41 pass from Nick Hendricks (Amick kick)
A—Pollard 66 run (Carlton kick)
A—Carlton 27 field goal
A—Pollard 4 run (Carlton kick)
G—Omar Bethea 1 run (Amick kick)
A—Pollard 65 run (Carlton kick)
A—JaWan Simon 15 run (kick failed)
G—Bethea 1 run (Amick kick)
A—Pollard 15 run (Carlton kick)
G—Bethea 7 run (Jalon Bright pass from Mitch Spires)
A—Simon 39 run (Carlton kick) 1:47 going
CHRIST CHURCH 45, HEATHWOOD HALL 21
At Greenville, the Highlanders trailed at halftime after a big second quarter performance by the host Cavaliers.
Heathwood Hall got scoring from its special teams unit and defense, and quarterback Will Detwiler kept the ball for the Highlanders’ lone offensive touchdown, and two-point conversion, in the third quarter. Heathwood Hall (0-1) continues its road trip, traveling to Porter-Gaud next week.
C— Demetrius Anthony 19 run (Mack McCall kick)
H—Joe Thompson 93 kickoff return (Davis Bland kick)
C—McCall 33 field goal
C—Lee Cox 4 run (McCall kick)
C—Alex Conner 20 interception return (McCall kick)
C—Rudy Johnstone 59 pass from Anthony (McCall kick)
C—Thomas Ledbetter 15 run (Jack Cottingham kick)
H—Evan Propst 20 interception (kick failed)
H—Will Detwiler 1 run (Detwiler run)
C—Quan White 20 pass from Anthony (Jamie Stewart kick)
SALUDA 37, RIDGE-SPRING MONETTA 0
At Saluda, Tiger quarterback Dartwon Hill was 5-of-9 with no interceptions, 104 yards and one touchdown.
The leading rusher for Saluda was Dakota Sheppard with 11 carries for 71 yards. Saluda had 292 yards of offense, and the Tiger defense held the Trojans to 46 yards and kept Ridge Spring-Monetta from a first down until 5:26 to go in the third quarter.
Saluda (2-0) travels to Strom Thurmond next week. Ridge Spring-Monetta (0-1) hosts Dixie next week.
LAURENCE MANNING 31, CARDINAL NEWMAN 7
At Columbia, Tyshawn Epps led the Swampcats with 14 carries for 177 yards and four touchdowns.
Austin Stout was 4-of-4 on his point-after attempts and added a 32-yard field goal.
Evan DuBois was the leading rusher for the Cardinals with 14 carries for 46 yards and one touchdown.
Laurence Manning (2-0) travels to Hilton Head Prep next week. Cardinal Newman (1-1) hosts St. Joseph’s next week.
L—Tyshawn Epps 24 run (Austin Stout kick)
C—Evan Stout 5 run (Jacob August kick)
L—Epps 62 run (Stout kick)
L—Stout 32 field goal
L—Epps 8 run (Stout kick)
L—Epps 60 run (Stout kick)
BATESBURG-LEESVILLE 28, CHAPIN 21
At Chapin, Jacob Eddington was the leading rusher for the Eagles with 13 carries for 66 yards and two touchdowns. Eddington also had two receptions. Robie Lopez had 11 carries for 40 yards, one reception for eight yards and one touchdown. Quarterback Matt Charpia was 6-of-14 for 34 yards and one touchdown.
Juawan Ethridge had 21 carries for 117 yards and two touchdowns for the Panthers and Terrance Wilson had eight carries for 87 yards and one touchdown.
Batesburg-Leesville (1-0) plays host to Brookland-Cayce next week. Chapin (0-1) travels to Swansea next week.
NEWBERRY 49, WARE SHOALS 16
At Newberry, Newberry’s T.J. Boulware opened the scoring with a 10-yard run, and Tyon Williams added 21 carries for 197 yards with touchdown runs of 3, 53, 34 and 3 yards.
Jaquan Hicks’ 66-yard run put Ware Shoals on the board late in the first period, and he added two 15-yard scoring rushes in the second half. Hicks finished with 19 rushes for 150 of Ware Shoals’ 209 yards of offense. Newberry (1-0) posted 397 yards. The Bulldogs host Clinton next week.
WYMAN KING 80, FAITH CHRISTIAN 26
At Batesburg, Connor Fox rushed for 101 yards and two touchdowns, and Alex Berry passed for 109 yards and two touchdowns to lead Wyman King.
DORMAN 38, ROCK HILL 6
At Rock Hill, Trey Robinson rushed for 103 yards and a touchdown and passed for 160 yards and a score to lead Dorman.
GOOSE CREEK 48, ASHLEY RIDGE 15
At Goose Creek, Rashard Alston rushed 18 times for 181 yards and four touchdowns to lead the Gators.
Caleb Kinlaw had 14 carries for 128 yards for Goose Creek, and Tramel Terry carried four times for 63 and three touchdowns.
SWANSEA 44, PELION 7
At Swansea, Travis Loadholt led the Tigers with 155 yards and two touchdowns on 12 carries, while Robbie Brown posted 131 yards and three touchdowns rushing and receiving. Swansea’s defense was strong, with Terrance Salley and Randy Brown each posting three sacks.
Swansea (2-0) hosts Chapin next. Pelion is 0-2.
S—Travis Loadholt 7 run (Arthur Myers kick)
S—Robbie Brown 13 pass from Jordan Chavis (Myers kick)
S—Loadholt 34 run (kick failed)
S—Brown 47 pass from Chavis (Myers kick)
S—Brown 38 run (Myers kick)
S—Jonathan Sutton 20 run
S—Myers 35 field goal
P—99 fumble return (kick good)
SOUTH POINTE 39, BLYTHEWOOD 16
At Blythewood, Devin Pearson led the Stallions with 13 carries for 93 yards and two touchdowns and was 12-of-22 passing for 121 yards. CJ Pendergrass had 14 carries for 78 yards and two touchdowns for South Pointe.
Ben Ruiz had four carries for 31 yards and one touch down for the Bengals. Dean Beckford had a 90-yard kick off return for a touchdown for Blythewood.
South Pointe (2-0) plays Chester at home next week. Blythewood (0-1) plays at Lexington.
S—Cody Blake 18 fumble return (kick failed)
B—Greg Huegel 39 field goal
B—Ben Ruiz 25 run (Huegel kick)
S—CJ Pendergrass 42 run (Logan Ard kick)
S—PJ Heath 26 pass from Devin Pearson (Ard kick)
S—Pendergrass 7 run (kick failed)
B—Dean Beckford 90 kick off return (run failed)
S—Pearson 68 run (Ard kick)
S—Pearson 5 run (kick failed)
LIBERTY 48, TRAVELERS REST 30
At Liberty, the Red Devils were led by quarterback Brandon Alexander, who posted five touchdowns and 249 yards on 14 carries and completed a touchdown pass.
Liberty posted 463 yards of offense,while holding the Devil Dogs to 280 yards.
Liberty starts the season 1-0, while Travelers Rest falls to 1-1.
LAURENS 20, BELTON-HONEA PATH 17
At Laurens, the host Raiders used overtime to secure the win, with Quinn Suber’s 3-yard run setting the final score.
Belton-Honea Path had tied the game at 14 with six minutes remaining on Korey Thompson’s 3-yard run, and made a 23-yard field goal in the extra period to take the lead.
MARLBORO COUNTY 46, CHERAW 0
At Bennettsville, the host Bulldogs held Cheraw to 84 yards of offense, and posted 365 yards, led by Xavier Adams. The quarterback was 13-of-20 for 235 yards passing.
Cheraw is 1-1. Marlboro County is 2-0.