Midlands high school roundup
09/22/2012 12:28 AM
09/22/2012 12:29 AM
Jac’Quiel Chandler led the Panthers with 105 yards, and was 3-of-4 for 80 yards as Batesburg-Leesville beat Gilbert, 24-21. Omar Bethea led the game with 122 yards and two touchdowns.
Batesburg Leesville improves to 3-2 and hosts Abbeville next. Gilbert falls to 2-3.
G: Omar Bethea 13 run (Dylan Amick kick)
BL: Josh Hall 28 field goal
G: Bethea 9 run (Amick kick)
BL: Jac’Quiel Chandler 1 run (pass failed)
BL: Chandler 27 run (Quay Tolen run)
BL: Austin Coleman 9 pass from Chandler (Hall kick)
G: Mitch Spires 5 run (Amick kick)
UNION COUNTY 35, NEWBERRY 28
At Newberry, Keiston Smith passed for 330 yards and three touchdowns and rushed 28 yards for the winning score in the fourth quarter to lead Union County past Newberry.
Smith completed 17 of 34 passes and rushed for 76 yards for Union County, which rolled up 471 yards off offense. Kalay Jones had seven catches for 92 yards for the Yellow Jackets.
Newberry’s Tyon Williams rushed for 133 yards on 19 carries and passed the 2,000-yard mark for his career.
Newberry (3-2) hosts Saluda next week. Union County (3-2) is at Woodruff
N: Tyon Williams 4 run (Jose Lozano, kick)
N: Jaylan Reeder 41 pass Khalil Sheppard (Lozano, kick)
N: T.J. Boulware 1 run (Lozano, kick).
UC: Kaley Jones 17 pass from Keiston Smith (Brandon Sattley, kick)
UC: Smith 4 run (Sattley, kick)
UC: Chris Booker 36 pass from Smith (Sattley, kick)
UC:Victor Ruth 15 pass from Smith (Sattley, kick).
N: Tovaris Cureton 17 pass from Sheppard (Lozano, kick)
UC: Smith 28 run (Sattley, kick)
HAMMOND 48, CARDINAL NEWMAN 14
At Eden Stadium, Jake Nidiffer had a career night with 17-24-0 passing for 346 yards and four touchdowns as the Skyhawks improved to 6-0. Braden Shockley posted five receptions for 156 yards and on defense made three pass break-ups and an interception. Quayshon Myers notched 172 yards rushing.
Cardinal Newman drops to 2-4. Hammond travels to Porter Gaud next week.
H: Quayshon Myers 4 run (Bill Horst kick)
H: Braden Shockley 28 pass from Jake Nidiffer (Horst kick)
H: Shockley 12 pass from Nidiffer (Horst kick)
H: Shockley 56 pass from Nidiffer (Horst kick)
C: Evan DuBois 2 run (Jacob August kick)
H: Myers 23 pass from Nidiffer (kick failed)
H: Nick Garrett 5 run (Horst kick)
C: Knox McCutcheon (Horst kick)
H: DuBois 6 run (August kick)
LEXINGTON 35, COOPER CITY (Fla.) 14
At Lexington, the Wildcats (1-4) picked up their first win of the season led by Will Hunter, who completed 12 of 23 passes for 223 yards and two touchdowns, including an 80-yard strike to Keelo Norris on the first play of the game.
ORANGEBURG PREP 10, HEATHWOOD HALL 0
At Heathwood, Nelson Weston made an interception, but the Highlanders could not get their offense moving. Orangeburg Prep got a touchdown rush from Cameron Thompson and added a 30-yard field goal.
Heathwood Hall plays at Cardinal Newman next.
SWANSEA 38, BARNWELL 13
At Swansea, Travis Loadholt posted 123 yards on 27 carries to lead the Tigers, and quarterback Jordan Chavis was 16 of 25 for 131 yards. Lance Hill led the defense with six tackles and the Tigers tallied five sacks. Swansea (5-0) hosts Airport next week.
CAMDEN 21, LAKEWOOD 20
At Camden, Cedric Cook returned a kickoff 69 yards for a touchdown as Camden (2-3) came from behind to beat Lakewood.
MID-CAROLINA 24, CHAPIN 21
At Prosperity, Nick Sims-Metts rushed for 197 yards and two tocuhdowns to carry Mid-Carolina.
RIDGE VIEW 32, WESTWOOD 0
At Blythewood Stadium, the Blazers (3-2) kept Westwood winless in their inaugural season. Westwood (0-5) plays host to Chapin next week.
LEWISVILLE 49, EAU CLAIRE 0
At Lewisville, the Shamrocks were down by 28 at halftime. Eau Claire lost its starting quarterback in the first quarter and linebacker Michael Diggs stepped in at quarterback. Diggs also led the defense with eight solo tackles.
DREHER 35, C.A. JOHNSON 20
At Columbia, Hakim Frazier and Bradford Lemmons led the Blue Devils in scoring. Dreher improves to 4-0.
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