Kimrey earns 100th win
Lexington dominates Aiken
10/20/2012 12:19 AM
10/20/2012 1:35 AM
At Edens Stadium, Hammond coach Erik Kimrey notched his 100th career victory, while quarterback Nick Garrett passed for 226 yards and added two rushing touchdowns in his first career start in a 52-23 win over Pinewood Pep.
Receiver Doak Fisher made two receptions for 104 yards and one rush for 83 yards and a touchdown, while senior Quayshon Myers rushed 14 times for 140 yards.
Hammond (9-1) visits Heathwood Hall next.
H: Quayshon Myers 12 run (Bill Horst kick)
H: Myers 21 run (Horst kick)
P: 3 run (run failed)
H: Doak Fisher 83 run (Horst kick)
H: Braden Shockley 85 pass from Nick Garrett (Horst kick)
P: 24 field goal
P: 15 25 pass (kick good)
H: Horst 25 field goal
H: Garrett 5 run (Horst kick)
H: Garrett 5 run (Horst kick)
H: Logan Smith 7 run (Horst kick)
P: 15 2 run (kick good)
LEXINGTON 57, AIKEN 32
At Aiken, Will Hunter passed for 158 yards with seven completions and three touchdowns. Altyre Walker was the leading receiver with 81 yards on two catches. Grayson Chumley led the scoring with four rushing touchdowns and ran for 85 yards.
Aiken (2-7, 0-3) kept pace on offense, with Markese East and Gabe Green combining for 263 yards and four touchdowns.
Lexington improves to 3-6, 1-2.
L: Altyre Walker 68 pass from Will Hunter (Adrian Leon kick)
L: J. Brittingham 10 pass from Hunter (Leon kick)
L: Grayson Chumley 13 run (Leon kick)
L: Chumley 12 run (Leon kick)
L: team safety
L: Chumley 26 run (Leon kick)
A: Gabe Green 28 run (Troy Banks kick)
L: Ryan McCrary 29 pass from Will Hunter (Leon kick)
L: Jordan Carr 42 interception return (Gray Griffin kick)
A: Markese East 10 run (Banks kick)
A: Green 10 run (Banks kick)
A: Will Heggs 37 pass from Desean Sawyer (Banks kick)
A: Green 3 run (pass failed)
NEWBERRY 27, BATESBURG LEESVILLE 7
At Batesburg, Khalil Sheppard led the game with 19 carries and 129 rushing and passed for 79 yards and two touchdowns on 4-of-11 passing. Tyshein Nance rushed 16 times for 103 yards for the Bulldogs, as Newberry finished with over 300 yards, while
Batesburg-Leesville slips to 5-4, 2-2 in Region 2-2A and travels to Saluda. Newberry is 6-3, 3-1.
N: Eric Gallman 4 run (kick blocked)
N: Gallman 2 run (Tovaris Cureton pass from Khalil Sheppard)
N: Jalin Alexander 50 pass from Sheppard (Jose Lozano kick)
B: Terrance Wilson 94 kickoff return (Josh Hall kick)
N: Jaylen Caldwell 10 pass from Sheppard (kick blocked)
FLORENCE CHRISTIAN 54, ROBERT E. LEE 30
At Bishopville, Gordon Mattison scored four touchdowns for Florence Christian, with receptions of 25, 10 and 48 yards and a 65-yard run.
Ethan Holland led the Cavaliers’ scoring with two rushing touchdowns, including a 61-yard rush. Robert E. Lee is 0-8, 0-4. Florence Christian is 5-3, 3-1.
WESTWOOD 27, CAMDEN 7
At Camden, the Westwood Redhawks notched the program’s first win and are 1-8.
WILSON HALL 42, BEN LIPPEN 21
At Sumter, Robert Barrow was 15-of-29 for 169 yards but could not lift the Falcons.
William Kinney led Wilson Hall with 10-of-12 passing for 140 yards and three touchdowns.
Ben Lippen’s Tyler Renew rushed for 190 yards and two touchdowns on 25 attempts, and Alec DeBoer made six catches for 101 yards, while Barons’ back Jay Goodson tallied 18 carries for 81 yards.
Ben Lippen (2-7) hosts Cardinal Newman next week. Wilson Hall improves to 6-3.
W: Jay Goodson 7 run (Cody Hoover kick)
W: Goodson 22 pass from William Kinney (Hoover kick)
B: Tyler Renew 5 run (Zach Grover kick)
W: Kinney 5 run (Hoover kick)
W: Tyler Pannell 19 pass from Kinney (Hoover kick)
B: Renew 78 run (Grover kick)
W: Goodson 3 run (Hoover)
W: Pannell 5 pass from Kinney (Hoover kick)
B: Alec DeBoer 1 pass from Robert Barrow (Grover kick)
BLYTHEWOOD 41, LUGOFF-ELGIN 7
At Lugoff, the Bengals posted 447 yards of offense while holding Lugoff-Elgin to 167. Dean Beckford rushed for 102 yards on nine carries. Kylen Binn reached 113 yards on 9-of-15 passing.
B: team safety
B: Kylen Binn 43 run (Greg Huegel kick)
B: Dean Beckford 30 run (pass intercepted)
L: Jennerette blocked punt recovery (Robert Frame kick)
B: Lynard Jamison 30 pass from Binn (Huegel kick)
B: Devin Albert 11 run (Huegel kick)
B: Huegel 28 field goal
B: Ben Ruiz 14 run (Huegel kick)
B: Huegel 20 field goal
ORANGEBURG PREP 34, CARDINAL NEWMAN 7
At George R. Watson Field, the Cardinals fell to 4-6, 3-5 despite Zakki Parker’s 19 carries for 77 yards and a touchdown.
Orangeburg Prep got big performances from quarterback Marion McCurry, who completed 11 passes for 257 yards, and receiver Derek Andrews, who made four catches for 142 yards.
The Cardinals travel to Ben Lippen next. Orangeburg Prep (7-3, 6-2) hosts Augusta Christian.
|Cardinal Newman||0||0||0||7||— 7|
O: Marion McCurry 15 run (Hunter Pickens kick)
O: Derek Andrews 58 pass from McCurry (kick failed)
O: Andrews 32 pass from McCurry (McCurry run)
O: Reed Grubbs 30 pass from McCurry (Pickens kick)
O: Michael Pascoe 1 run (kick blocked)
C: Zakki Parker 1 run (Jacob August kick)
SWANSEA 41, BROOKLAND-CAYCE 0
At Cayce, the Tigers were led by running back Travis Loadholt, who rushed for 194 yards on 29 carries and completed a 39-yard touchdown pass. Jacob Regalis led the defense with five tackles and two sacks.
Swansea hosts Gilbert next. Brookland-Cayce travels to Airport.
S: Byron Johnson 39 pass from Travis Loadholt (Arthur Myers kick)
S: Loadholt 3 run (Johnson pass from Myers)
S: Malik Edmond 45 punt return (Myers kick)
S: Loadholt 6 run (kick failed)
S: Robbie Brown 10 run (Myers kick)
S: Jonathon Sutton 3 run (kick failed)
NORTH CENTRAL 33, COLUMBIA 28
At Camden, William Jenkins had 162 yards rushing on 32 carries and Grayson King was 8-of-12 for 175 yards.
North Central (5-4) travels to Fairfield Central next.
N: Reggie Outten 5 run (Warren Mosely kick)
N: William Jenkins 7 run (kick failed)
C: Quinton McMillan 10 run (Julio Alatorre kick)
N: Anthony Spinelli 40 pass from Grayson King (kick failed)
C: William Gossett 15 run (Alatorre kick)
C: Gossett 6 run (Alatorre kick)
N: Spinelli 55 pass from King (kick failed)
N: Mosely 5 pass from King (JP Faulkenberry pass from King)
C: Gossett 14 run (Alatorre kick)
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