High School Sports

High school football team of the week

Offense: Antonio Perry, Keenan quarterback

Perry engineered acomeback victory againstDreher with 14-of-19 passing for 268 yards and three touchdowns.

Defense: Nolan Dorton , Irmo linebacker

Dorton made five sacks in the Yellow Jackets' victory against Orangeburg-Wilkinson.



Antonio Perry, Keenan, Sr.

Completed 14 of 19 passes for 268 yards and three touchdowns. Also rushed for 108 yards on nine carries in win against Dreher.

W.T. Murden, Airport, Sr.

Set school record for career touchdown passes, throwing his 30th in win against Battery Creek. Was 15-of-25 for 178 yards and two touchdowns in the game.

Offensive Linemen

Madison Abbott, Chapin, Sr.

Helped the Chapin offense to 421 yards of offense as a leader on the line.

Jaquez Jenkins, Richland Northeast, Sr.

Center made five pancakes and five knockdown blocks to grade out at 95 percent for the Cavaliers.

Christian Hawn, Airport, Sr.

Graded out at 95 percent with three pancakes and four knockdown blocks in win against Battery Creek.

Luke Chappell, Hammond, Jr.

Tight end graded out at 95 percent for his blocking efforts and caught a touchdown pass in the Skyhawks' win.

Kris Simmons, Hammond, Jr.

Graded out at 93 percent with three pancake blocks in win againist Porter-Gaud.

Running backs

Mustafa Greene, Irmo, Sr.

Rushed for 244 yards and four touchdowns on 15 carries for the Yellow Jackets.

Julian Baxter, Lugoff-Elgin, Sr.

Rushed for two touchdowns, caught a touchdown pass and made an 85-yard kickoff return for a touchdown to finish with 212 all-purpose yards in Demons victory.

Brandon Wilds, Blythewood, Jr.

Rushed for 199 yards on 28 carries to lead the Bengals to victory.

Jamar Pontoon, Pelion, So.

Rushed for 205 yards on 28 carries in win over Eau Claire.


Chad Jasper, Keenan, Sr.

Made seven receptions for 151 yards and two touchdowns to lift the Raiders past Dreher.

Victor Frick, Chapin, Sr.

Had 119 all-purpose yards and two touchdowns including the game-winner against Mid-Carolina.



Defensive Linemen

Chris Phillips, Airport, Sr.

Made 13 total tackles, two for losses, with two sacks and five quarterback hurries. Graded out at 92 percent.

Antoine Parker, Ridge View, Sr.

Made 13 tackles and three tackles for loss in Blazers' loss to Fairfield Central.

Will Cloyd, Heathwood Hall, Jr.

Made 14 tackles, three for losses, made one sack, two hurries and caused and recovered a fumble in Highlanders' win.


Walker Sojourner, Heathwood Hall, Sr.

Made 10 tackles, three for losses, one fumble recovery, one sack and blocked a kick in Highlanders' win.

Justin Robinson, Richland Northeast, Sr.

Made 12 solo tackles and three assists to grade out at 93 percent and lead the Cavaliers.

Nolan Dorton, Irmo, Jr.

Made five sacks, four solo tackles and three assists in Yellow Jackets' victory.

Chase Austin, Chapin, Sr.

Led the Eagles with seven solo tackles, five assists and a fumble recovery in win against Mid-Carolina.

Shawn Felder, Airport, Sr.

Made 10 total tackles, one tackle for loss and an interception in Eagles' win against Battery Creek.

Marcus Lylerly, Ridge View, Sr.

Made 15 tackles, one tackle for loss, one sack and one fumble recovery.

Defensive backs

Jeremy White, Blythewood, Sr.

Returned an interception for a touchdown and returned two punts for 43 yards in Bengals' win.

Chris Barton, Heathwood Hall, Jr.

Made five tackles, two interceptions and a pass break-up in Highlanders' victory.