Midlands high school football roundup

09/29/2012 12:18 AM

09/29/2012 12:19 AM

Chapin rides past Westwood

Chapin’s Matt Charpia went 6-of-9 for 121 yards, and Jacob Eddington had 19 rushes for 116 yards to lead the Eagles past Westwood, 28-13.

Chapin improves to 2-4, 1-0 and travels to A.C. Flora next. Westwood (0-6) faces Dreher.

6 0 15 7 —28 Westwood 7 0 0 6 —13

First quarter

W: Raymond Hall 1 run (Brandon Howard kick)

C: Jacob Eddington 2 run (kick failed)

Third quarter

C: Alex Young 54 pass from Matt Charpia (Barrett Charpia from M. Charpia)

C: Chandler Engel 11 blocked punt return (Zach McCall kick)

Fourth quarter

C: Eddington 80 run (McCall kick)

W: Miquelle Canady 11 run (kick failed)


Tyler Renew had 27 carries for 229 yards and five touchdowns to lead Ben Lippen. Pinewood’s TJ Wilson posted14 carries for 195 yards.

Falcons quarterback Robert Barrow completed 12 of 16 passes for 170 yards, while Alec DeBoer had five catches for 45 yards. Paul Amick posted 12 tackles and a sack to lead the Falcons defense.

Ben Lippen (2-4) hosts Hammond next week.

Pinewood Prep
0 0 14 13 —27 Ben Lippen 6 20 7 13 —46

First quarter

B: Tyler Renew 9 run (kick failed)

Second quarter

B: Renew 14 run (kick failed)

B: Renew 34 run (Zach Grover kick)

B: Alec DeBoer 3 pass from Robert Barrow Grover kick)

Third quarter

P: TJ Wilson 5 run (Kevin Weber kick)

B: Renew 5 run (Grover kick)

P: Jerrett Loncergan 15 run (Weber kick)

Fourth quarter

B: Renew 24 run (Grover kick)

P: Wilson 70 run (WEber kick)

B: David Rhoden 34 run (kick failed)

P: Wilson 5 pass from Chris Johnson (kick failed)


At Aiken, the Bengals shut out host Aiken for three quarters, and quarterback Kylen Binn rushed for three touchdowns to lift Blythewood.

The Bengals improve to 5-1.

14 21 7 7 —49 Aiken 7 0 0 0 —7

First quarter

B: Kylen Binn 10 run (Greg Huegel kick)

B: Binn 8 run (Huegel kick)

A: N. Spann 55 pass from D. Gaiters (T. Bengue kick)

Second quarter

B: Dean Beckford 96 run (Huegel kick)

B: Devin Albert 7 run (Huegel kick)

B: Lynard Jamison 18 pass from Binn (Huegel kick)

Third quarter

B: Binn 1 run (Huegel kick)

Fourth quarter

B: Dominic Lemon 22 fumble return (Huegel kick)


At Camden, Jake Lewis passed for 173 yards on six completions to lead the Falcons (5-1). JuWan Simon posted 95 yards rushing and Shelton Whitaker had 125 receiving yards. Schroder Carlton posted 150 yards on kick returns.

Camden quarterback Josh Council completed 22 passes for 327 yards.

AC Flora (5-1), Camden drops to 2-4 and travels to Lower Richland next. AC Flora (5-1) hosts Chapin.

AC Flora
28 14 21 21 —84 Camden 7 12 20 12 —51

First quarter

A: Schroder Carlton 85 kickoff return (Jack Grady kick)

A: Jake Lewis 2 run (Grady kick)

A: Keith Goss 4 run (Grady kick)

C: Alex Cook 11 pass from Josh Council (Nelson Semple kick)

A: Goss 65 run (Grady kick)

Second quarter

A: Shelton Whitaker 32 pass from Lewis (Grady kick)

C: Dontrell Miller 9 pass from Council (kick failed)

A: JuWan Simon 3 run (Grady kick)

C: Miller 6 pass from Council (pass failed)

Third quarter

C: Cedric Cook 7 pass from Council (kick failed)

A: Simon 47 run (Grady kick)

C: Cook 83 pass from Council (pass failed)

A: RJ Joyner 9 run (Grady kick)

C: Cook 26 pass from Council (Jerell Holloman pass from Council)

A: Whitaker 52 pass from Lewis (Grady kick)

Fourth quarter

A: Lewis 1 run (Grady kick)

C: Holloman 76 pass from Council (kick failed)

A: Goss 4 ruin (Grady kick)

C: Kendrice Slater 3 run (pass failed)

A: James Croffie 58 run (Grady kick)


At Charleston, quarterback Jake Nidiffer led the streaking Skyhawks with 16-of-18 passing for 345 yards, with Braden Schockley nabbing eight receptions for 224 yards. Quayshon Myers posted 211 yards of offense, with 162 yards on 20 carries.

Hammond improves to 7-0 and travels to Ben Lippen next. Porter Gaud falls to 2-4.

Hammond 14 31 13 7 —65
Porter Gaud 7 14 8 6 —35

First quarter

Second quarter

Third quarter

Fourth quarter


At Kershaw, the Raiders improved to 4-2, 1-0 in the region 3-2A opener. North Central (3-3) travels to Pelion next. Keenan faces Columbia.


At Swansea, Airport’s special teams blocked two extra point kicks, but the Eagles suffered their second shutout. Robbie Brown caught five passes for 154 yards to lift the Tigers. Travis Loadholt had 150 rushing yards and Jordan Chavis threw for 163 yards as Swansea improved to 6-0.

Airport drops to 3-3.

Airport 0 0 0 0 —00
Swansea 3 0 13 6 —00

First quarter

Third quarter

Fourth quarter


At Cardinal Newman, Zakki Parker provided the game-winning touchdowns as the Cardinals came from behind in the fourth quarter of a game that featured four lead changes. Kody Watson led the game with 20-of-29 passing for 277 yards, with Austin Ajukwa posting 122 receiving yards. For Heathwood, Will Detwiller posted 786 yards passing, and Joe Thompson rushed for 70 yards.

Heathwood Hall drops to 2-4. The Cardinals are 3-4.

Heathwood 0 7 7 7 —21
C. Newman 0 6 6 13 —25

Second quarter

H: Joe Thompson 28 run (Davis bland kick)

C: Jacob August 8 pass from Kody Watson (kick blocked)

Third quarter

C: Austin Ajukwa 24 pass from WAtson (pass failed)

H: Nelson Weston 9 pass from Will Detwiler (Bland kick)

Fourth quarter

C: Watson 1 run (kick blocked)

H: Detwiler 2 run (Bland kick)

C: Zakki Parker 5 run (August kick)


At Lugoff, the Wildcats improved with 500 yards of offense led by Will Hunter’s 315 yards on 15-20-1 passing for four touchdowns. Bryson Stokes led receivers with 125 yards. Demons back Shon Belton netted 164 yards and two touchdowns.

The Demons remain winless. Lexington improves to 2-4.

Lexington 14 21 6 0 —41
Lugoff-Elgin 0 10 0 7 —17

First quarter

L: WIll Hunter 13 run (Adrian Leon kick)

L: Keelo Norris 42 pass from Hunter (Leon kick)

Second quarter

L: Grayson Chumley 1 run (Leon kick)

L: J. Brittingham 11 pass from Will Hunter (Leon kick)

LE: Shon Belton 44 run (Robert Frame kick)

L: Norris 42 pass from Hunter (Leon kick)

LE: Frame 40 field goal

Third quarter

L: Chumley 32 pass from Hunter (Leon kick)

Fourth quarter

LE: Belton 39 run (Frame kick)


At Batesburg-Leesville, the Panthers took a 21-7 lead at halftime and quickly added two more touchdowns in the third quarter to secure a victory over Batesburg-Leesville. Abbeville had 371 rushing yards and 451 total yards of offense.

DaShaun Harris had 10 carries for 100 yards and one touchdown and quarterback Kelly Bryant was 3-of-4 for 80 yards and two touchdowns and also ran for 83 yards on six carries for Abbeville.

Batesburg-Leesville’s Juawan Etheredge had 27 carries for 115 yards.

Abbeville improves to 5-1, 1-0 in region 3-2A and they host Newberry next week. Batesburg-Leesville falls to 3-3, 0-1 in region 3-2A and they travel to Ninety Six next week.

Abbeville 7 14 14 0 —35
Batesburg-Leesville 7 0 0 0 —7

First quarter

A: Levi Culbreath 32 pass from Kelly Bryant 32 pass (Luke White kick)

BL: Jac’Quiel Chandler 8 run (Josh Hall kick)

Second quarter

A: CJ Martin 7 run (kick failed)

A: Martin 1 run (Kennan Gilchrist pass from Bryant)

Third quarter

A: Culbreath 32 pass from Bryant (White kick)

A: DaShaun Harris 50 run (White kick)


At Newberry, Bulldogs quarterback Khalil Sheppard was 5-of-9 for 141 yards and one touchdown and also had 10 carries for 50 yards and one rushing touchdown. Jalin Alexander had three catches for 114 yards and Tyon Williams had 15 carries for 73 yards.

Saluda’s Maurice Howard had seven carries for 53 yards.

Newberry improves to 4-2, 1-0 in the region and they play at Abbeville next week. Saluda falls to 3-3, 0-1 in the region and they host Mid-Carolina.

Newberry 6 3 7 7 —23
Saluda 0 7 0 0 —7

First quarter

N: Jalin Alexander 63 pass from Khalil Sheppard (kick failed)

Second quarter

S: Maurice Howard 4 run (Aldo Pinepa kick)

N: Jose Lozano 32 field goal

Third quarter

N: Tyon Williams 17 run (Lozano kick)

Fourth quarter

N: Sheppard 15 run (Lozano kick)

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