High school football roundup
10/06/2012 12:21 AM
10/06/2012 12:23 AM
Aiken The Aiken Green Hornets missed the extra point kick in double-overtime to fall to 2-5. Quin Jones led the White Knoll Timberwolves with 30 rushes for 203 yards, with four touchdowns.
White Knoll improves to 6-1, and will travel to North Augusta next.
W: Quin Jones 4 run (Lucas Bowerman kick)
A: 1 run (kick good)
W: Jones 8 run (Bowrman kick), :49
A: 4 run (kick good)
A: 6 run (kick good)
W: DeAndre Highbaugh 10 run (Bowerman kick)
W: Zach Weed 1 run (Bowerman kick)
A: 4 run (kick failed)
AC FLORA 34, CHAPIN 0
At Columbia, quarterback Jake Lewis posted 182 yards of offense as the Falcons improved to 6-1. Terrell Goodman led the defense with two sacks.
Chapin (3-5) hosts Lower Richland next.
A: Keith Goss 15 run (kick failed)
A: JuWan Simon 26 run (Jack Grady kick)
A: Simon 2 run (Grady kick)
A: Shelton Whitaker 48 pass from Jake Lewis (Grady kick)
A: Lewis 3 run (Grady kick)
HEATHWOOD HALL 39, PINEWOOD PREP 19
At Charleston, Heathwood Hall improved to 3-4, led by quarterback Will Detwiler who completed five touchdown passes and added a rushing score. TJ Wilson supplied all three of the Panthers’ touchdowns.
The Highlanders host Wilson Hall next week.
DREHER 29, WESTWOOD 22
At Richland District 2 Stadium, the Dreher Blue Devils improved to 6-1, while the first-year Redhawks remain winless.
Dreher travels to Camden next week. WEstwood has a short week and faces AC Flora on Thursday.
PELION 28, NORTH CENTRAL 22
At Pelion, Zach Hawkins threw three touchdown passes to lead the Panthers North Central falls to 3-4 overall and 0-2 in region play. Pelion (3-4, 2-0) visits Columbia next week.
HAMMOND 33, BEN LIPPEN 14
At Ben Lippen , Quayshon Myers carried the night for the Skyhawks, rushing for 202 yards and three touchdowns on 21 attempts. Quarterback Jake Nidiffer went 13-19-2 for 187 yards as the Skyhawks improve to 8-0. The Skyhawks host Augusta Christian next. Ben Lippen (2-5) has Orangeburg Prep.
CARDINAL NEWMAN 39, WILSON HALL 37
At George R. Watson Field, quarterback Kody Watson led the Cardinals as they outlasted a fourth-quarter Wilson Hall rally to improve to 4-4. Watson completed 15 of 24 passes for 200 yards, while Zakki Parker posted 162 yards and two rushing touchdowns. Wilson Hall’s William McKinney led the game with 205 yards of offense and three touchdowns. The Barons (4-3) travel to Heathwood Hall. Cardinal Newman travels to Porter Gaud.
SWANSEA 41, MIDLAND VALLEY 0
At Midland Valley, Jordan Chavis was 9-of-16 for 228 yards. Robbie Brown led receivers with 131 yards and two touchdowns. Jacob Regalis led the Tigers defense with nine tackles. Swansea (7-0) hosts Strom Thurmond next.
ABBEVILLE 38, NEWBERRY 27
At Abbeville, the Panthers had 409 yards of offense and were led by CJ Martin, who had 26 carries for 161 yards and two touchdowns.
Newberry’s Tyon Williams had 10 carries for 54 yards, giving him over 1,000 yards for the season.
Newberry (4-3) will host Ninety Six next. Abbeville (6-1) will play host to Saluda.
SALUDA 31, MID-CAROLINA 12
At Saluda, Maurice Howard had 24 carries for 170 yards and three touchdowns and was also 3-of-4 for 49 yards. 335 total
Mid-Carolina’s Nick Sims-Metts had 22 carries for 92 yards. Quarterback Matthew Hawkins was 7-of-19 for 84 yards and two touchdowns. 242 total
Saluda improves to 4-3, 1-1 Region 2-2A will next play at Abbeville. Mid-Carolina (2-5, 0-2, Region 2-2A) will be at home for Batesburg-Leesville.
BATESBURG-LEESVILLE 38, NINETY SIX 20
At Ninety Six, Juawan Etheredge ran for 189 yards on 29 carries and scored three touchdowns to help lead the Panthers.
Jac’quiel Chandler completed a 47-yard touchdown pass to Ty Jones as B-L piled up 396 yards of offense.
Batesburg-Leesville (4-3, 1-1 Region 2A) will next visit Mid-Carolina. Ninety Six (2-5, 1-1) will travel to Newberry.
LOWER RICHLAND 44, CAMDEN 20
At Hopkins, quarterback Marcus Edmond and the Diamond Hornets topped Camden to improve to 3-4, 2-3 in Region 5-3A. Lower Richland, which has won two in a row, travels to Chapin next. The 2-5 Camden Bulldogs will host Dreher.
STROM THURMOND 41, AIRPORT 6
At Johnston, Airport fell to 3-4 with its third straight loss. Strom Thurmond’s Rebels improve to 6-1.
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