White Knoll’s Quin Jones rushed for 103 yards on 16 carries to lead the Timberwolves to a 20-0 victory against Airport on Friday at Eagle Stadium.
Delvin Riley completed two passes for 51 yards, and Lamar Ray scored twice for White Knoll on runs of 2 and 11 yards. Defensively, Malcolm Ford had two interceptions for the Timberwolves.
White Knoll (2-1) plays host to Carolina Forest next week. Airport (2-1) is off next week.
WK:—Lamar Ray 11 run.(Lucas Bowerman kick)
WK—Ray 2 run (Bowerman kick)
WK—Jacob Poston 4 run. (kick failed)
SPRING VALLEY 51, CLOVER 7
At Clover, John Miller had four carries for 31 yards and two touchdowns, Desmonde Poole had three carries for 106 yards and two touchdowns and Cameron Wells had four carries for 26 yards and one touchdown for the Vikings. Spring Valley had 40 carries for 263 yards.
Spring Valley (2-0) plays at Lexington next week. Clover falls to 0-2.
PORTER-GAUD 27, HEATHWOOD HALL 21
At Charleston, the Highlanders fell to 0-2 despite two touchdown passes and a scoring rush from quarterback Will Detwiler.
P—Trey Pierce 5 run (kick failed)
H—Edwin Propst 29 pass from Will Detwiler (Davis Bland kick)
P—Pierce 73 run (Pierce pass from Thomas Rogers)
H—Detwiler 4 run (Bland kick)
P—Rogers 1 run (Trey Low kick)
P—Rogers 4 run (kick failed)
H— Logan McGill 31 pass from Detwiler (Bland kick)
SWANSEA 31, CHAPIN 0
At Swansea, the Tigers defense, led by Terrance Salley’s two sacks and and interception, kept Chapin off the board. On offense, quarterback Jordan Chavis was 9-of-14 passing for 183 yards, and Travis Loadholt rushed for 115 yards on 15 carries.
S—Travis Loadholt 54 run (Arthur Myers kick)
S—Robbie Brown 15 pass from Jordan Chavis (Myers kick)
S—Byron Johnson 54 pass from Chavis (Myers kick)
S—Malik Edmond 77 punt return (Myers kick)
S—Myers 34 field goal
WREN 26, T.L. HANNA 3
At Wren, Wren’s Levi Bufford rushed for 53 yards and a touchdown, Jacob Clary rushed for a score and completed 12 of 30 for 227 yards and two touchdowns. Dexter Jackson made three catches for 131 yards and both touchdowns.
STROM THURMOND 35, SALUDA 3
At Johnston, Aldo Pineda hit a 32-yard field goal to put Saluda on the board first, but the Tigers would go no farther. Saluda was stymied in the run game with 24 rushes for 13 yards. Strom Thurmond’s Javeer Hammond completed 10 of 12 passes for 109 yards and two touchdowns.
Saluda (2-1) has a bye next week. Strom Thurmond (1-1) travels to Batesburg-Leesville.
ST. JOSEPH’S 37, CARDINAL NEWMAN 23
At Columbia, Andre Stoddard of St. Joseph’s (3-0) rushed for 349 yards and four touchdowns on 35 carries. Cardinals quarterback Kody Watson completed nine passes for 157 yards and two touchdowns, and Zakki Parker posted 100 rushing yards for Cardinal Newman (1-2).
S—Ben Quattrone 6 pass from Tucker Genal (Austin Burnikel kick)
CN—Jacob August 32 field goal
S—Andre Stoddard 35 run (Burnikel kick)
C—Coleman Bacon 12 pass from Kody Watson (August kick)
S—Stoddard 7 run (kick failed)
CN—Austin Ajukwa 29 pass from Watson (pass failed)
S—Burnikel 36 field goal
S—Stoddard 18 run (Burnikel kick)
CN—Ajukwa 29 pass from Zakki Parker (August kick)
S—Stoddard 55 run (Burnikel kick)
BLYTHEWOOD 27, LEXINGTON 6
At Lexington, Blythewood’s Dean Beckford posted 120 yards on nine rushes, and Kylin Binn was 14-18-1 for 130 yards for the Bengals (1-1). Lexington (0-2) had 227 yards of offense, led by Grayson Chumley’s 87 rushing yards. Wideout Altyree Walker led the Wildcats with 116 yards and a touchdown. On defense, Blythewood’s Terrell Vaugh posted two sacks, while Lexington’s Jordan Carr made an interception with a 22-yard return.
B—Dean Beckford 78 run (Greg Huegel kick)
B—Huegel 35 field goal
B—Shy Brown 24 pass from Kylin Binn (Huegel kick)
B—Huegel 20 field goal
L—Altyree Walker 81 pass form Will Hunter (run failed)
B—Devin Albert 1 run (Huegel kick)
CLINTON 37, NEWBERRY 20
At Newberry, Clinton rushed 42 times for 281 yards, led by Lavadrick Glenn’s 14 rushes for 181 yards. Lawrence Ereksoima rushed for 95 yards on 25 carries.
Newberry (1-1) travels to Berea next week. Clinton (1-1) hosts Laurens.
EASLEY 40, SENECA 21
At Seneca, Easley outgained the host Bobcats 455 yards to 314, with 155 yards rushing from CJ Fuller, and 108 yards from JR Crawford.
EDISTO 34, HUNTER-KINARD-TYLER 20
At Neeses, Edisto’s Tyrell Maxwell was 10-of-15 for 191 yards and one touchdown, and Quadrey Simmons made five catches for 112 yards and the touchdown. Keyonte Furtick rushed 15 times for 100 yards with a touchdown.
GOOSE CREEK 44, COLLETON COUNTY 0
At Walterboro, Goose Creek’s Caleb Kinlaw rushed 16 times for 101 yards and a pair of touchdowns.
NORTHWESTERN 56, SOUTH AIKEN 26
At Rock Hill, Mason Rudolph’s 37-yard touchdown pass to Dupree Hart after four minutes of play set the tone for a big first quarter, and the Trojans ran away.
DILLON 35, LATTA 6
At Dillon, cousins Joe and Anthony Blue accounted for all five of Dillon’s touchdowns.
JOHNSONVILLE 56, EAST CLARENDON 22
At Johnsonville, Tushai Edwards had nine carries for 148 yards and three touchdowns and also had one touchdown reception from quarterback Cordea Wilson for the Flashes. Brison Allison had six carries for 132 yards and one touchdown.
CHESTERFIELD 55, MCBEE 6
At McBee, quarterback Dillon Rivers was 10-of-14 for 254 yards and two touchdowns for the Golden Rams.