Dorman overcomes River Bluff 39-23
Riding a wave of production, Dorman surfed over River Bluff 39-23 on September 23 in South Carolina football.
Each offense authored its Rip Van Winkle imitation, napping through a barren first quarter. The Cavaliers fought to a 7-3 halftime margin at the Gators' expense.
Roebuck Dorman struck to a 25-9 lead heading into the final quarter. The Cavaliers and the Gators each scored in the final quarter.
Not for the faint of heart: Dalzell Sumter topples Greenwood Christian 24-21
A nook of opportunity was all that was needed and Dalzell Sumter nabbed it to nudge past Greenwood Christian 24-21 in South Carolina high school football action on September 23.
Dalzell Sumter moved in front of Greenwood Christian 7-0 to begin the second quarter. The Hawks came from behind to grab the advantage 21-14 at halftime over the Generals.
Both offenses were stymied without points on either side in the third quarter. A 10-0 scoring edge in the final quarter fueled the Generals' defeat of the Hawks.
Great Falls squeezes past Columbia New Hope Leadership 22-20
Great Falls poked just enough holes in Columbia New Hope Leadership's defense to garner a taut, 22-20 victory in a South Carolina high school football matchup.
Great Falls opened with a 6-0 advantage over Columbia New Hope Leadership through the first quarter. The roles reversed in the second quarter as the Gladiators fought to 14-12.
Great Falls moved to a 22-12 lead heading into the final quarter. The Gladiators managed an 8-0 rally in the fourth quarter, yet the die was already cast.
Beginning was the end: Chester opens an early gap to jar Batesburg-Leesville 42-6
Chester rushed to an early advantage and ran away for a 42-6 win over Batesburg-Leesville at Chester High on September 23 in South Carolina football action.
Baltimore St. Frances Academy posts win at Irmo Dutch Fork's expense 26-7
No quarter was granted as Baltimore St. Frances Academy blunted Irmo Dutch Fork's plans 26-7 in a South Carolina high school football matchup on September 23.
Baltimore St. Frances Academy opened with an 8-3 advantage over Irmo Dutch Fork through the first quarter. The Panthers fought to a 21-7 intermission margin at the Silver Foxes' expense. Baltimore St. Frances Academy steamrolled to a 26-7 lead heading into the final quarter.
The scoreboard was in hibernation in the final quarter, with neither team scoring.
Early lead pushes Lexington White Knoll over Lancaster 48-7
Lexington White Knoll stormed to the lead and never relinquished it to score a 48-7 victory over Lancaster on September 23 in South Carolina football action.
Down but not out: Columbia Keenan beats back Newberry 36-21
Keenan donned the rally caps and found a fit in dropping Newberry 36-21 on Friday in South Carolina high school football on September 23.
The start wasn't the problem for Newberry, as it began with a 14-0 edge over Keenan through the end of the first quarter. The Raiders kept a 20-14 intermission margin at the Bulldogs' expense.
Both teams were shutout in the third quarter. The Raiders got the better of the final-quarter scoring, finishing the game in style with a 16-7 edge.
A. C. Flora barely gives Chapin a chance in blowout victory 48-27
Columbia A. C. Flora broke to an early lead and topped Chapin 48-27 in a South Carolina high school football matchup.
Columbia A. C. Flora jumped in front of Chapin 14-0 to begin the second quarter. The Falcons registered a 34-7 advantage at halftime over the Eagles. Neither defense permitted points in the third quarter.
The Eagles tried to respond in the final quarter with a 20-14 flurry, but the game was a fait accompli.
Taking care of business: Camden scores early, often in pounding of Lake City 55-14
Camden was on point from the beginning, forging a smart start to move on top and staying there in a 55-14 victory over Lake City at Lake City High on September 23 in South Carolina football action.
The first quarter gave Camden a 20-0 lead over Lake City. Offense was nothing but a rumor in the second quarter, as neither squad scored.
Camden stormed to a 34-0 lead heading into the final quarter. The clock was the only thing that stopped the Bulldogs, who enjoyed the upper hand in a 21-14 fourth quarter, too.
Vice-grip defense fuels Irmo's win over Airport 37-0
Wrought-iron defense was the order of the day when Columbia Irmo stopped West Columbia Airport to the tune of a 37-0 shutout in a South Carolina high school football matchup.
The first quarter gave Irmo a 7-0 lead over Airport. The Yellow Jackets registered a 23-0 advantage at halftime over the Eagles. Irmo steamrolled to a 30-0 lead heading into the fourth quarter.
The Yellow Jackets put a bow on this victory with a strong final-quarter kick, outpointing the Eagles 7-0 in the last stanza.
Nation Ford takes a toll on Richland Northeast 33-20
Nation Ford trucked Richland Northeast on the road to a 33-20 victory in a South Carolina high school football matchup on September 23.
The Falcons registered a 14-12 advantage at halftime over the Cavaliers. Neither defense permitted points in the first and third quarters.
The Falcons got the better of the final-quarter scoring, finishing the game in style with a 19-8 edge.
Columbia survives for narrow win over Eau Claire 20-13
Columbia weebled and wobbled, but wouldn't fall down in earning a 20-13 victory against Eau Claire in a South Carolina high school football matchup.
Eau Claire showed it was ready to play, using an early thrust to carve out a 6-0 advantage over Columbia as the first quarter ended. A halftime tie at 6-6 allowed for a respite as both teams looked to regroup in the locker room.
Eau Claire had cause for optimism when it began the final quarter on top of Columbia 13-6. The Capitals rebounded from a late deficit, outscoring the Shamrocks 14-0 in the last stanza for the victory.
Hammond darts by Camden Military in easy victory 65-6
Hammond lit up the scoreboard on September 23 to propel past Camden Military for a 65-6 victory for a South Carolina high school football victory on September 23
Taking care of business: West Columbia Gray Collegiate scores early, often in pounding of Prosperity Mid Carolina 51-29
West Columbia Gray Collegiate lit up the scoreboard from the start in a 51-29 win over Prosperity Mid Carolina in South Carolina high school football on September 23.
West Columbia Gray Collegiate opened with a 21-7 advantage over Prosperity Mid Carolina through the first quarter. The War Eagles opened a giant 37-14 gap over the Rebels at the intermission.
Prosperity Mid Carolina battled back to make it 37-21 in the third quarter.
The War Eagles got the better of the fourth-quarter scoring, finishing the game in style with a 14-8 edge.
Kingstree Williamsburg takes quick lead, doesn't look back to beat Lexington Northside Christian 42-13
Kingstree Williamsburg broke to an early lead and topped Lexington Northside Christian 42-13 in a South Carolina high school football matchup.
Heathwood Hall Episcopal knocks off Martinez Augusta Christian 21-17
Columbia Heathwood Hall Episcopal weebled and wobbled, but wouldn't fall down in earning a 21-17 victory against Martinez Augusta Christian in a Georgia high school football matchup.
Martinez Augusta Christian showed it was ready to play, using an early thrust to carve out a 7-0 advantage over Columbia Heathwood Hall Episcopal as the first quarter ended. The Lions took a 14-7 lead over the Highlanders heading to the intermission locker room.
Martinez Augusta Christian had a 17-14 edge on Columbia Heathwood Hall Episcopal at the beginning of the final quarter. The Highlanders pulled off a stirring 7-0 fourth quarter to trip the Lions.
Saluda shrugs off deficit to defeat Gilbert 33-21
Saluda dug deep and found enough juice for an inspirational 33-21 victory over Gilbert in a South Carolina high school football matchup on September 23.
Gilbert showed it was ready to play, using an early thrust to carve out a 7-6 advantage over Saluda as the first quarter ended. The Tigers' offense darted in front for a 20-14 lead over the Indians at halftime. Neither defense permitted points in the third quarter.
The Tigers' train of momentum chugged along the fourth-quarter tracks with a 13-7 points differential.
Zoom: Ninety Six leaves Pelion in its wake 36-7
Ninety Six flexed its muscle and floored Pelion 36-7 during this South Carolina football game.
Ninety Six opened with a 14-0 advantage over Pelion through the first quarter. The Wildcats opened an enormous 26-7 gap over the Panthers at the intermission.
Ninety Six steamrolled to a 27-7 lead heading into the final quarter. The clock was the only thing that stopped the Wildcats, who enjoyed the upper hand in a 9-0 final quarter, too.
Point of emphasis: Graniteville Midland Valley posts stop sign on Swansea's offense 48-0
A vice-like defensive effort helped Graniteville Midland Valley squeeze Swansea 48-0 in a shutout performance on September 23 in South Carolina football.
Graniteville Midland Valley drew first blood by forging a 14-0 margin over Swansea after the first quarter. The Mustangs' offense thundered in front for a 27-0 lead over the Tigers at halftime.
Graniteville Midland Valley breathed fire to a 41-0 lead heading into the final quarter. The Mustangs hummed like a well-oiled machine through the final quarter, extending the lead with a 7-0 advantage in the frame.
Calhoun busts Neeses Hunter-Kinard-Tyler 30-8
Calhoun's competitive spirit was fine-tuned while punishing Neeses Hunter-Kinard-Tyler 30-8 in South Carolina high school football on September 23.
Calhoun opened with a 27-0 advantage over Neeses Hunter-Kinard-Tyler through the first quarter. Neither squad could muster points in the second quarter.
Calhoun thundered to a 30-0 lead heading into the final quarter. The Saints chalked up this decision in spite of the Trojans' spirited final-quarter performance.
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