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  1. WATCH: Orlando AAF kicker Elliott Fry has incredible reaction, response after taking hit during FG attempt February 20, 2019 Elliott Fry and Steve Spurrier have joined forces once again following their time together in Columbia as the two are now members of the inaugural Alliance of American Football season. Fry is kicking for Spurrier once again in the new professional spring football league. Fry is the kicker for Orlando’s 2-0 Apollos and hasn’t shown any rust during his debut with the AAF. In fact, he’s showing a bit toughness in addition to his typical accuracy and range when it comes to kicking. Check out this video of Fry getting roughed by a defender for San Antonio, only to have the Orlando kicker get up and gesture to the defender that his field goal was good. Fry used this caption for the video below, “I wanted to let the guy know that we made it and it didn’t even hurt at all…”
  2. FeatheredCock

    What did you think of AFA football?

    I thought it looked sort of disorganized, what little I got to watch. But that was in the first half and first game, etc. It might've gotten better
  3. Five South Carolina players headed to NFL combine February 07, 2019 Five South Carolina Gamecocks football players will be at the NFL Combine at the end of February in Indianapolis. Three had already announced they were going. The list is: ▪ Wide reciever Deebo Samuel ▪ Offensive lineman Zack Bailey ▪ Linebacker Bryson Allen-Williams ▪ Cornerback Rashad Fenton ▪ Offensive lineamn Dennis Daley The combine will be held Feb. 26-March 4. The Gamecocks had four at the combine last season, led by future first-round pick Hayden Hurst. Samuel battled injuries during his career, but finished with 2,076 receiving yards, 23 touchdowns from scrimmage and four more scores on kick returns. Bailey was a stalwart member of the offensive line since his freshman year, playing both tackle and guard. He started 38 games in his career, but broke his leg in his final game, against Akron. Fenton was a three-year starter who had an up-and-down career. He had a strong first half of the 2017 season, and finished his career with 122 tackles, five interceptions and 24 passes defended. Daley broke into the starting lineup his third game on campus and missed only one game after that. The 6-foot-6, 324-pound local product became a steady presence for a ling that was good in pass protection. Allen-Williams battled injuries through much of his final two seasons. He ended his career as a pass-rushing outside player, but projects as an inside linebacker in the NFL and sees himself fitting there. Samuel and Daley already have grades from NFL.com, rating both as having a “chance to be an NFL starter.” CBS puts Samuel as the No. 52 overall player in the draft and eighth-best wide receiver.
  4. Coaches named for 2019 Touchstone Energy Bowl February 06, 2019 The coaching staffs for the 2019 Touchstone Energy Bowl have been set with Chris Miller of Spartanburg and Ken Cribb of Johnsonville to serve as the head coaches. Miller will be joined on the North staff by Jeff Tate of Wren, Victor Floyd of Chester, Jason Farmer of Landrum, Derek Youngblood of Williston-Elko, Mark Smith of Abbeville and George Poole of Lamar. Joining Cribb on the South staff will be Perry Woolbright of Lexington, Reed Charpia III of Brookland-Cayce, Dann Holl of Pelion, Harold Ross of Military Magnet, Brian Smith of Scott’s Branch, Mark Cagle of Gilbert and Scott Stogner of Chapin.
  5. https://247sports.com/college/south-carolina/LongFormArticle/college-football-toughest-schedules-2019-michigan-wolverines-auburn-tigers-126756315/#126756315_9
  6. Sandlappers & Tarheels can’t settle the issue, settle for 10-10 tie (AUDIO) DECEMBER 15, 2018 BY PHIL KORNBLUT South Carolina MVPs Zacch Pickens (L) and Davis Beville (Justin Mathis) (Story by Justin Mathis) North Carolina entered the 82nd Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas Saturday at Gibbs Stadium with a three-game winning streak seeking to extend it to four, which would be the longest string of wins in the series for the Tarheels. But the streak ended, sort of, with a 10-10 tie. So, the Tarheels can claim a four-game unbeaten streak vs the Sandlappers. The third possession of the game was the charm for the South Carolina offense after a three-and-out and turnover of downs to start the game. A 10 yard punt by North Carolina put the Sandlappers on the Tarheels’ 45 yard line in fantastic field position. On the first play of the drive, Greenville High quarterback Davis Beville dropped back and launched a 45 yard bomb to Hillcrest wide receiver Quendarius Jefferson, who made a spectacular one-handed grab in the end zone, despite having a defender draped all over him, to put South Carolina in front 7-0 with 5:19 left in the opening quarter. “That (play) was kind of ‘trust your man’,” Beville, a Pitt commit, explained. “(We) have been working together for a while now. We saw that he had a good matchup and I just took it.” He completed nine of his 16 pass attempts for 114 yards, picking up Offensive MVP honors for South Carolina. When the second quarter began, North Carolina looked to the ground attack to find an answer. Southern Nash running back Zonovan Knight, a North Carolina State commit, took the handoff and sprinted through the opening on the left side of the line for a 61 yard touchdown, tying the game at seven with 10:39 remaining before intermission. Knight finished with 24 carries for 151 yards to go with his touchdown, which earned him Offensive MVP honors for North Carolina. Midway through the frame, the Tarheels put together a 13 play, 70 yard drive that chewed up eight minutes and resulted in a 19 yard field goal from Matthew Chmil to give North Carolina a 10-7 lead at the break. South Carolina’s offense struggled for the most part in the third quarter, only maintaining possession for just over four minutes. However, the Sandlapper defense continued to stand tall, forcing a missed field goal on North Carolina’s first possession in the second half and a turnover on downs at the Sandlappers’ 11 yard line with 11:06 to go in regulation. During the final quarter, South Carolina head coach Jackie Hayes decided to put Zaach Pickens, a University of South Carolina commit, in the backfield and found success. On the first drive with Pickens taking direct snaps from the backfield, the Sandlappers made it to their own 49 before North Carolina recovered a fumble by the TL Hanna standout just before it rolled out of bounds. A blocked punt on the ensuing drive put the Sandlappers at the North Carolina 38 yard line. South Carolina went back to work with Pickens lining up in the backfield and moved down the field, deep into enemy territory, before settling for a 25 yard field goal from West Florence’s Michael Hayes. “That was different,” Pickens admitted. “I had never received the snap in the wildcat (formation) before. I actually liked being in the wildcat (because) I didn’t have to take a handoff – just get it and go.” Pickens carried the ball seven times for a team-high 37 yards and tallied seven total tackles. With 31 seconds left in the contest, South Carolina got the ball back for one last chance to score. A pass from Beville to West Florence running back Ailym Ford put the Sandlappers at the North Carolina 44 with six seconds left. Beville took the snap and fired a desperation heave toward the end zone, but it was batted away, ending the game in a 10-10 tie. This marks the first tie in the Shrine Bowl since 1948. “We made some mistakes, but what an effort by our players,” Sandlapper head coach Jackie Hayes said. “I thought that we had a good scheme, both defensively and offensively. They outweighed us by 50 or 60 pounds a man… I thought we played well up there. We didn’t execute a couple of times. If we had a little more execution, we’d probably have 14 more points, but I’m proud of the guys. They gave us everything they had and that’s all you can ask for.” J.R. Walker (Clayton HS) was also named North Carolina’s Defensive MVP, recording six tackles, including a tackle for loss. Note: For the 2019 Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas, Dean Boyd from Marlboro County was announced as the head coach of the South Carolina Sandlappers. Justin Mathis with Sandlappers’ coach Jackie Hayes Mathis with Zacch Pickens Mathis with Davis Beville Final Team Statistics Final Individual Statistics
  7. Late interceptions preserve South’s 13-10 win over North (AUDIO) DECEMBER 15, 2018 BY PHIL KORNBLUT Christ Church coach Don Frost has a reputation for being a gunslinger in calling his offensive plays. So in the dying moments of Saturday’s Touchstone Energy Bowl at Brooks Stadium at Coastal Carolina, he dug into his bag of tricks. And it backfired. The South claimed a 13-10 win to snap a three game losing streak in the series. The North, trailing 13-10, had the ball at their own 44 with under a minute to play. On first down, Frost called for a little razzle-dazzle as quarterback Tyrell Jackson pitched the ball on a reverse to receiver Zack Hillstock. Hillstock heaved the ball downfield but it was under thrown and intercepted by Calantre Morrison to seal the victory. It was the second straight possession for the North that ended with an interception. The previous on may have been even more painful. After recovering a fumbled by by Kenny Solomon at the South 16, a third down Jackson pass into the end zone also was intercepted by Morrison. The North missed on another excellent scoring opportunity earlier in the game after being stopped on downs at the South 1 late in the first half. The North settled for a 3-0 halftime lead thanks for a 47 yard Patrick Nations field goal. Solomon gave the South their first lead with a 46 yard interception return for a touchdown midway thru the third. They built the lead to 13-7 on an 24 yard run by Anthony Williams. The extra point attempt was mishandled. Joe Ervin cut the lead to 13-10 with a 17 yard run less than a minute later, and that would be it for the scoring. For their four possessions of the fourth quarter, the North had three interceptions and a punt. The South wasn’t any better fumbling twice and punting on their three possessions. Tiyon Evans led the South offense with 142 rushing yards and a catch of 53 yards, and Ervin led the North with 102 yards. They were the offensive MVPs for their teams. Defensive honors went to Morrison for the South and Ethan Alexander for the North. With the win, the South cuts the deficit in the series to 39-29-2. At halftime, TL Hanna defensive end Zacch Pickens was named Mr. Football in SC. Final Stats Scott Earley interviews the game MVPs Earley with South coach Dwayne Garrick Earley with North coach Don Frost
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  9. TouchstoneEnergyBowl players touching hearts with shopping spree (AUDIO/VIDEO) DECEMBER 13, 2018 BY PHIL KORNBLUT Players and kids gather for group photo after shopping trip (Matt Silfer) 88 high school football players in South Carolina scored big on Thursday. And they were miles from the nearest field. What they were near were the hearts of over 50 children from the Myrtle Beach area. The players in the Touchstone Energy Bowl were paired up, opponent with opponent, with the mutual job of taking one kid shopping at a local Target using a $100 gift guard. There aren’t enough numbers on a scoreboard to record the smiles. Here’s a look at the players and the kids as they went about the business of picking out and buying presents…. Greer safety Ethan Alexander shared his thoughts with us about today’s experience
  10. The latest on the all-star bowl games here in South Carolina (AUDIO) DECEMBER 13, 2018 BY PHIL KORNBLUT Practices are winding down in Myrtle Beach and Spartanburg for Saturday’s all-star games Saturday presents high school football fans in South Carolina a unique opportunity. They have the choice of two high profile all star games. For the first time ever, the Touchstone Energy Bowl at Coastal Carolina and the Shrine Bowl at Wofford will be played on the same day. Wednesday night on SportsTalk T-E-B co-director Scott Earley shared his insights on this week’s practices and Lou Bezjak of The State did likewise for the S-B. Scott Earley Lou Bezjak
  11. Weather lightens up but not the practices at Touchstone Energy Bowl (AUDIO/VIDEO) DECEMBER 11, 2018 BY PHIL KORNBLUT South team listens to coach Dwayne Garrick following practice A beautiful day at the beach greeted the all-stars at the Touchstone Energy Bowl practices Tuesday. After working out in less than ideal winter-weather conditions Monday, Tuesday brought a clear sky and a temperature in the low 50’s Both sides got in plenty of contact as they wrapped up the installation phase of practices. North coach Dwayne Garrick of Barnwell talked with us after practice. Dwayne Garrick We also caught up with game co-director Keith Richardson Keith Richardson And you can meet the players here….
  12. Shrine Bowl participants battle the elements in more ways than one to start week (AUDIO) DECEMBER 10, 2018 BY WILL PALASZCZUK South Carolina Sandlappers Head Coach Jackie Hayes of Dillon didn’t mince words about the unique nature of his team practicing this week for the upcoming Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas. Teams were forced inside for the first day of practices after the area received a dashing bout of cold weather and snow throughout the weekend. As is the case with the postseason games, there were a few defections from the Sandlappers side. Northwestern HS WR Jamario Holley was a no-show for the team for an undisclosed reason and Chester OL & Mr. Football Candidate Wyatt Tunall will not play because of an ankle injury. South Carolina will try to break a three-year losing streak, looking for its first win over the Tar Heels since 2014. To hear from Coach Hayes as he previews the week on SportsTalk, click here
  13. Monday was a full day of work at #TouchstoneEnergyBowl (AUDIO/VIDEO) DECEMBER 10, 2018 BY PHIL KORNBLUT The North team players listen in as coach Don Frost talks after Monday’s practice Not rain nor wind nor cold could keep the 88 all-stars in the Touchstone Energy Bowl from working outdoors twice on Monday at Myrtle Beach High School. The temperature was in the 30’s and the rain fell throughout the day, but that didn’t deter either team from getting in a full day of preparations for Saturday’s game which will be played at Coastal Carolina. On SportsTalk Monday night, we heard from North head coach Don Frost as well as from the game’s co-director Scott Earley. North coach Don Frost
  14. Dutch Fork reigns supreme again in 5A 59-20 over TL Hanna (VIDEO) DECEMBER 8, 2018 BY PHIL KORNBLUT LEAVE A COMMENT Dutch Fork continued its dominance of high school football in South Carolina Friday night thrashing TL Hanna 59-20 at Williams-Brice Stadium to win its third straight state championship and fourth overall. The Silver Foxes scored 49 straight points to break open the game, 14 of those points coming on scoop and scores by the defense. Here's my recap of the game. … [Read More...] Chester claims 3A championship 34-28 over Dillon (VIDEO) DECEMBER 7, 2018 BY PHIL KORNBLUT LEAVE A COMMENT Chester won its first state championship since 1963 Friday night in Columbia with a 34-28 win over Dillon. The Cyclones had to stave off a Wildcat rally in the final minutes that saw the potential winning drive end with a sack at the Chester 24 yard line. David Shelton joined me to recap the game. … [Read More...] Myrtle Beach wins 4A state championship (VIDEO) DECEMBER 7, 2018 BY PHIL KORNBLUT LEAVE A COMMENT Myrtle Beach defeated Greer 37-21 to win the 4A state football championship Friday afternoon at Williams-Brice Stadium. It's the 8th state title for the Seahawks. Junior quarterback led a third quarter rally of 21 straight points with two touchdown passes and a touchdown run. He finished 24-35 for 244 yards. David Shelton joined me for a recap. … [Read More...]
  15. High School Football Playoff Scoreboard & Brackets NOVEMBER 30, 2018 BY PHIL KORNBLUT Here are reported high school football playoff scores across South Carolina 5A PLAYOFFS….bracket TL HANNA 57-BYRNES 28 DUTCH FORK 47-SUMMERVILLE 14 4A PLAYOFFS…bracket GREER 35-DANIEL 23 MYRTLE BEACH 52-HARTSVILLE 31 3A PLAYOFFS…bracket CHESTER 21-UNION COUNTY 14 DILLON 18-WADE HAMPTON (HAMPTON) 13 2A PLAYOFFS…bracket ABBEVILLE 28-SOUTHSIDE CHRISTIAN 21 BARNWELL 57-CARVERS BAY 26 1A PLAYOFFS…bracket LAMAR 18-DIXIE 14 GREEN SEA-FLOYDS 47-HEMINGWAY 7
  16. High School Football Playoff Scoreboard & Brackets NOVEMBER 23, 2018 BY PHIL KORNBLUT Here are reported high school football playoff scores across South Carolina 5A PLAYOFFS….bracket DORMAN 28 TL HANNA 35 GAFFNEY 22 BYRNES 27 DUTCH FORK 59 WEST FLORENCE 14 SUMMERVILLE 21 BERKELEY 19 4A PLAYOFFS…bracket GREER 6 RIDGE VIEW 3 WREN 14 DANIEL 36 NORTH AUGUSTA 0 HARTSVILLE 35 NORTH MYRTLE BEACH 7 MYRTLE BEACH 35 3A PLAYOFFS…bracket UNION COUNTY 27 CHAPMAN 26 SOUTHSIDE 20 CHESTER 48 MAY RIVER 2 DILLON 38 WADE HAMPTON HAMPTON 35 HANAHAN 6 2A PLAYOFFS…bracket SALUDA 21 SOUTHSIDE CHRISTIAN 34 CENTRAL 0 ABBEVILLE 39 BARNWELL 32 TIMBERLAND 6 BAMBERG-EHRHARDT 21 CARVERS BAY 22 1A PLAYOFFS…bracket MCBEE 6 DIXIE 26 WAGENER-SALLEY 18 LAMAR 37 GREEN SEA-FLOYDS 37 BAPTIST HILL 16 HEMINGWAY 14 LAKE VIEW 6
  17. FeatheredCock

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  19. High School Football Playoff Scoreboard & Brackets NOVEMBER 16, 2018 BY PHIL KORNBLUT Here are reported high school football playoff scores across South Carolina 5A PLAYOFFS….bracket NORTHWESTERN 7 TL HANNA 68 NATION FORD 12 DORMAN 58 GAFFNEY 21 ROCK HILL 7 BYRNES 33 SUMTER 23 WEST ASHLEY 20 DUTCH FORK 63 FORT DORCHESTER 20 WEST FLORENCE 27 RIVER BLUFF 14 BERKELEY 32 CAROLINA FOREST 13 SUMMERVILLE 45 4A PLAYOFFS…bracket WESTWOOD 38 RIDGE VIEW (2OT) 41 YORK 40 GREER 63 DANIEL 50 SOUTH POINTE 49 WREN 34 AC FLORA 30 COLLETON COUNTY 14 NORTH AUGUSTA 49 BROOKLAND-CAYCE 35 HARTSVILLE 68 WILSON 22 NORTH MYRTLE BEACH 34 MARLBORO COUNTY 14 MYRTLE BEACH 42 3A PLAYOFFS…bracket CAMDEN 21 CHAPMAN 28 INDIAN LAND 14 UNION COUNTY 55 SOUTHSIDE 22 PENDLETON (OT) 20 BROOME 15 CHESTER 39 SWANSEA 6 DILLON 43 GILBERT 7 MAY RIVER 27 AYNOR 0 HANAHAN 34 WADE HAMPTON HAMPTON 28 STROM THURMOND 14 2A PLAYOFFS…bracket NINETY-SIX 15 SOUTHSIDE CHRISTIAN 33 SALUDA 38 BUFORD 14 NORTH CENTRAL 7 ABBEVILLE 24 BATESBURG-LEESVILLE 0 CENTRAL 21 MULLINS 6 TIMBERLAND 7 CALHOUN COUNTY 20 BARNWELL 58 BAMBERG-EHRHARDT 56 GRAY COLLEGIATE 22 WHALE BRANCH 25 CARVERS BAY 39 1A PLAYOFFS…bracket RIDGE SPRING-MONETTA 13 DIXIE 27 MCBEE 18 BLACKVILLE-HILDA 14 WILLISTON-ELKO 22 LAMAR 48 WHITMIRE 7 WAGENER-SALLEY 42 BRANCHVILLE 6 BAPTIST HILL 28 GREEN SEA-FLOYDS 64 CE MURAY 26 HEMINGWAY 28 BETHUNE-BOWMAN 6 ST. JOHN’S 16 LAKE VIEW 45 SCISA PLAYOFFS 3A TITLE GAME SATURDAY AT BENEDICT COLLEGE 7:30 FIRST BAPTIST HAMMOND 2A TITLE GAME SATURDAY AT BENEDICT COLLEGE 12:00 FLORENCE CHRISTIAN JOHN PAUL II 1A TITLE GAME SATURDAY AT BENEDICT COLLEGE 3:30 PEE DEE ACADEMY THOMAS HEYWARD 8-MAN TITLE GAME ANDREW JACKSON 40 BEAUFORT ACADEMY 42
  20. High School Football Playoff Scoreboard & Brackets NOVEMBER 10, 2018 BY PHIL KORNBLUT Here are reported high school football playoff scores across South Carolina 5A PLAYOFFS….bracket SPARTANBURG 20 TL HANNA 56 BOILING SPRINGS 35 NORTHWESTERN 54 GREENWOOD 0 DORMAN 52 NATION FORD 14 BLYTHEWOOD 5 LAURENS 30 ROCK HILL 51 GAFFNEY 26 WOODMONT 14 SPRING VALLEY 13 SUMTER 21 WESTSIDE SAT BYRNES SAT SOUTH FLORENCE 0 DUTCH FORK 54 WEST ASHLEY 16 CANE BAY 9 ASHLEY RIDGE 24 WEST FLORENCE 52 WANDO 0 FORT DORCHESTER 61 IRMO 33 BERKELEY 48 CONWAY 19 RIVER BLUFF 35 STRATFORD 7 SUMMERVILLE 62 LEXINGTON 35 CAROLINA FOREST 36 4A PLAYOFFS…bracket WESTWOOD 20 BELTON-HONEA PATH 3 TRAVELERS REST 0 RIDGE VIEW 76 PICKENS 6 GREER 35 ORANGEBURG-WILKINSON 24 YORK 49 WALHALLA 19 SOUTH POINTE 56 EASTSIDE 20 DANIEL 49 LANCASTER 21 AC FLORA 44 WREN 35 GREENVILLE 14 HILTON HEAD 0 NORTH AUGUSTA 49 COLLETON COUNTY 36 LOWER RICHLAND 22 CRESTWOOD 7 HARTSVILLE 57 BROOKLAND-CAYCE 31 BEAUFORT 30 WILSON 28 BLUFFTON 3 NORTH MYRTLE BEACH 52 SOUTH AIKEN 21 MARLBORO COUNTY 48 AIRPORT 20 DREHER 7 MYRTLE BEACH 57 3A PLAYOFFS…bracket EMERALD 28 CHAPMAN 42 CAMDEN 52 SENECA 10 CHESNEE 13 UNION COUNTY 56 CRESCENT 14 INDIAN LAND 29 FAIRFIELD CENTRAL SAT PENDLETON SAT NEWBERRY 16 SOUTHSIDE 48 LIBERTY 0 CHESTER 47 BROOME 38 WOODRUFF 35 RIDGELAND-HARDEEVILLE 0 DILLON 55 SWANSEA 20 MANNING 14 LAKE CITY 12 MAY RIVER 41 GEORGETOWN 7 GILBERT 33 PELION 7 HANAHAN 20 BATTERY CREEK 26 AYNOR 55 BISHOP ENGLAND 0 STROM THURMOND 52 LORIS 14 WADE HAMPTON HAMPTON 42 2A PLAYOFFS…bracket SILVER BLUFF 7 SOUTHSIDE CHRISTIAN 35 CHESTERFIELD 34 NINETY-SIX 42 CA JOHNSON 6 BUFORD 40 SALUDA 56 BLACKSBURG 20 ANDREW JACKSON 13 ABBEVILLE 54 ST. JOSEPH’S 21 NORTH CENTRAL 41 BATESBURG-LEESVILLE 49 COLUMBIA 13 CENTRAL 28 LANDRUM 0 KINGSTREE 0 TIMBERLAND 34 WOODLAND 21 MULLINS 40 ANDREWS 8 BARNWELL 42 CALHOUN COUNTY 48 BURKE 14 LATTA 21 GRAY COLLEGIATE 43 HANNAH-PAMPLICO 6 BAMBERG-ERHARDT 50 GARRETT 6 CARVERS BAY 46 WHALE BRANCH 30 OCEANSIDE COLLEGIATE 28 1A PLAYOFFS…bracket RIDGE SPRING-MONETTA 21 TIMMONSVILLE 17 WARE SHOALS 6 MCBEE 47 WILLISTON-ELKO 36 MCCORMICK 0 ESTILL 3 WHITMIRE 35 BRANCHVILLE 30 MILITARY MAGNET 22 SCOTT’S BRANCH 0 HEMINGWAY 34 CHARLESTON M&S 8 ST. JOHN’S 39 SCISA PLAYOFFS 3A PLAYOFFS CARDINAL NEWMAN 12 HAMMOND 49 PORTER GAUD 13 FIRST BAPTIST 28 2A PLAYOFFS ROBERT E. LEE 6 JOHN PAUL II 49 FLORENCE CHRISTIAN 42 TRINITY-BYRNES 35 1A PLAYOFFS CAROLINA ACADEMY 30 THOMAS HEYWARD 52 BETHESDA ACADEMY 28 PEE DEE ACADEMY 45 8-MAN PLAYOFFS CLARENDON HALL 30 ANDREW JACKSON ACADEMY 38 BEAUFORT ACADEMY 40 JEFFERSON DAVIS 30
  21. High School Football Scoreboard SCHSL make-up games & SCISA playoffs NOVEMBER 2, 2018 BY PHIL KORNBLUTT Here are reported high school football scores across South Carolina AC FLORA 42 RICHLAND NORTHEAST 0 AYNOR 48 CHERAW 43 BERKELEY 35 GOOSE CREEK 3 BLACKVILLE-HILDA 22 DENMARK-OLAR 8 CANE BAY 28 JAMES ISLAND 21 CAROLINA FOREST 35 SOCASTEE 7 CARVERS BAY 30 MULLINS 20 CE MURRAY 30 LAKE MARION 14 CENTRAL 27 LEE CENTRAL 8 CRESTWOOD 47 DARLINGTON 7 DILLON 49 MARION 6 EAST CLARENDON 34 ANDREWS 32 EAU CLAIRE 44 MCCORMICK 14 FOX CREEK 21 COLUMBIA 14 GEORGETOWN 41 WACCAMAW 0 GREEN SEA-FLOYDS 68 MCBEE 0 HANNAH-PAMPLICO 50 JOHNSONVILLE 24 HARTSVILLE 70 MYRTLE BEACH 34 HEMINGWAY 34 CREEK BRIDGE 6 LATTA 27 KINGSTREE 22 LEXINGTON 38 BATESBURG-LEESVILLE 14 LORIS 32 LAKE CITY 24 MAY RIVER 37 COLLETON COUNTY 26 NORTH MYRTLE BEACH 12 MARLBORO COUNTY 0 OCEANSIDE COLLEGIATE 48 ST. JOHN’S 21 PELION 48 CA JOHNSON 8 RIDGEVILLE-HARDEEVILLE 33 HILTON HEAD 25 SCOTT’S BRANCH 42 MILITARY MAGNET 20 SOUTH FLORENCE 35 ST. JAMES 6 SPRING VALLEY 34 CHAPIN 0 SUMMERVILLE 49 STALL 20 SWANSEA 42 CALHOUN COUNTY 22 WAGENER-SALLEY 51 HUNTER-KINARD-TYLER 12 WANDO 31 STRATFORD 17 WEST ASHLEY 30 ASHLEY RIDGE 14 WEST FLORENCE 26 CONWAY 13 WESTWOOD 29 SOUTH AIKEN 0 WILLISTON-ELKO 42 ESTILL 21 SCISA 3A PLAYOFFS HAMMOND 37 WILSON HALL 0 PORTER-GAUD 49 HEATHWOOD HALL 21 CARDINAL NEWMAN 40 LAURENCE MANNING 14 SCISA 2A PLAYOFFS TRINITY-BYRNES 34 ORANGEBURG PREP 7 JOHN PAUL II 28 GREENWOOD CHRSTIAN 14 FLORENCE CHRISTIAN 49 HILTON HEAD CHRISTIAN 19 ROBERT E. LEE 39 HILTON HEAD PREP 26 SCISA 1A PLAYOFFS THOMAS HEYWARD 70 THOMAS SUMTER 20 PEE DEE 48 SPARTANBURG CHRISTIAN 20 BETHESDA 22 DILLON CHRISTIAN 11 CAROLINA ACADEMY 42 COLLETON PREP 22 SCISA 8-MAN PLAYOFFS JEFFERSON DAVIS 62 PALMETTO CHRISTIAN 46 BEAUFORT ACADEMY 66 RICHARD WINN 34 ANDREW JACKSON ACADEMY 26 WARDLAW 20 CLARENDON HALL 62 ST. JOHN’S ACADEMY 10
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  23. High School Football Scoreboard Week 10 OCTOBER 26, 2018 BY PHIL KORNBLUT Here are reported high school football scores across South Carolina ABBEVILLE 38 NINETY SIX 8 AC FLORA 55 DREHER 14 ANDREW JACKSON 14 LEE CENTRAL 7 ANDREW JACKSON ACADEMY 58 HOLLY HILL 0 ASHLEY RIDGE 66 STALL 10 AUGUSTA CHRISTIAN 20 PINEWOOD PREP 13 AYNOR 51 LAKE CITY 20 BAPTIST HILL 28 ST. JOHN’S 27 BARNWELL 21 BAMBERG-EHRHARDT 20 BEAUFORT 34 COLLETON COUNTY 13 BEAUFORT ACADEMY 34 PATRICK HENRY 0 BELTON-HONEA PATH 42 DANIEL 21 BEN LIPPEN 34 CARDINAL NEWMAN 27 BERKELEY 42 CANE BAY 7 BETHESDA 38 DORCHESTER ACADEMY 16 BETHUNE-BOWMAN 34 BRANCHVILLE 24 BLACKSBURG 32 ST. JOSEPH’S 27 BLUFFTON 29 HILTON HEAD 18 BUFORD 21 NORTH CENTRAL 0 BURKE 22 PHILLIP SIMMONS 14 BYRNES 55 BOILING SPRINGS 21 CAMDEN 57 KEENAN 8 CAROLINA FOREST 20 CONWAY 7 CARVERS BAY 33 KINGSTREE 0 CE MURRAY 22 SCOTTS BRANCH 14 CHAPMAN 48 CHESNEE 20 CHESTERFIELD 63 LEWISVILLE 24 CLOVER 41 FORT MILL 28 COLLETON PREP 14 JOHN PAUL II 6 COLUMBIA 35 EAU CLAIRE 14 CRESCENT 48 WEST OAK 24 DILLON 55 CHERAW 7 DILLON CHRISTIAN 19 THOMAS SUMTER 14 DIXIE 43 CALHOUN FALLS 0 DORMAN 56 RIVERSIDE 25 DUTCH FORK 62 WHITE KNOLL 0 EAST CLARENDON 27 JOHNSONVILLE 0 FIRST BAPTIST 39 PORTER GAUD 16 FLORENCE CHRISTIAN 42 WILLIAMSBURG ACADEMY 6 GAFFNEY 42 SPARTANBURG 22 GEORGETOWN 33 ACADEMIC MAGNET 10 GILBERT 35 PELION 7 GRAY COLLEGIATE 40 CA JOHNSON 6 GREEN SEA-FLOYDS 63 CREEK BRIDGE 8 GREENVILLE 55 EASTSIDE 23 GREENWOOD 45 JL MANN 20 GREENWOOD CHRISTIAN 61 OAKBROOK PREP 33 GREER 63 BLUE RIDGE 6 HAMMOND 42 HEATHWOOD HALL 7 HANAHAN 41 WACCAMAW 7 HANNAH-PAMPLICO 32 ANDREWS 27 HARTSVILLE 48 DARLINGTON 0 HILLCREST 6 MAULDIN 4 HILTON HEAD PREP 35 HILTON HEAD CHRISTIAN 19 INDIAN LAND 13 FAIRFIELD CENTRAL 7 JAMES ISLAND 35 WANDO 28 JEFFERSON DAVIS 36 CALHOUN ACADEMY 0 LAKE VIEW 39 HEMINGWAY 21 LAMAR 47 MCBEE 7 LAURENCE MANNING 16 WILSON HALL 13 LAURENS 42 EASLEY 12 LIBERTY 21 POWDERSVILLE 13 LORIS 36 MARION 14 LOWER RICHLAND 8 ORANGEBURG-WILKINSON 0 MANNING 51 BISHOP ENGLAND 12 MARLBORO COUNTY 26 WILSON 25 MAY RIVER 35 WADE HAMPTON HAMPTON 14 MCCORMICK 43 WARE SHOALS 18 MULLINS 50 LATTA 21 MYRTLE BEACH 17 NORTH MYRTLE BEACH 14 NATION FORD 36 CHAPIN 29 NEWBERRY 44 MID-CAROLINA 6 NORTH AUGUSTA 41 AIKEN 19 OCEANSIDE COLLEGIATE 35 GARRETT 21 PALMETTO CHRISTIAN 80 FAITH CHRISTIAN 52 PEE DEE 35 CAROLINA ACADEMY 20 PICKENS 29 PALMETTO 27 RICHARD WINN 49 WARDLAW 34 RIDGE SPRING-MONETTA 33 HUNTER-KINARD-TYLER 0 RIDGE VIEW 45 LANCASTER 20 RIDGELAND-HARDEEVILLE 40 LAKE MARION 18 RIVER BLUFF 35 LEXINGTON 21 ROCK HILL 28 NORTHWESTERN 21 SALUDA 24 BATESBURG-LEESVILLE 7 SILVER BLUFF 14 FOX CREEK 3 SOUTH AIKEN 52 MIDLAND VALLEY 27 SOUTHSIDE CHRISTIAN 31 LANDRUM 0 SPARTANBURG CHRISTIAN 40 NORTHSIDE CHRISTIAN 0 SPRING VALLEY 10 BLYTHEWOOD 3 ST. JAMES 28 SOCASTEE 20 STRATFORD 32 GOOSE CREEK 14 SUMTER 27 IRMO 9 SWANSEA 22 EDISTO 16 TIMBERLAND 47 NORTH CHARLESTON 0 TIMMONSVILLE 32 GREAT FALLS 0 TL HANNA 41 WOODMONT 7 TRAVELERS REST 52 BEREA 0 TRINITY-BYRNES 38 ROBERT E. LEE 21 UNION COUNTY 51 EMERALD 48 WAGENER-SALLEY 46 ESTILL 0 WEST FLORENCE 56 SOUTH FLORENCE 20 WESTSIDE 50 WADE HAMPTON 7 WESTWOOD 38 RICHLAND NORTHEAST 3 WHALE BRANCH 23 BATTERY CREEK 0 WILLISTON-ELKO 46 DENMARK-OLAR 26 WOODLAND 42 ALLENDALE-FAIRFAX 6 WOODRUFF 35 CLINTON 14 WOODRUFF 35 CLINTON 14 WREN 63 WALHALLA 0
  24. 2018 Shrine Bowl rosters announced OCTOBER 21, 2018 BY PHIL KORNBLUT 2018 Shrine Bowl rosters were announced Sunday The teams are set, at least for now, for the 82nd Shrine Bowl December 15th at Wofford College. The rosters are subject to change due to injury or, in the case of North Carolina, players still involved with their high schools in championship games. And this year, the Shrine Bowl and the Touchstone Energy Bowl at Coastal Carolina will be played on the same day due to the extensions of the seasons in the two states. Three USC commitments from South Carolina, DE Zacch Pickens, CB Cam Smith and TE Keshawn Toney, and one from North Carolina, LB Derek Boykins, are among the 88 selections. South Carolina Shrine Bowl Team North Carolina Shrine Bowl Team
  25. High School Football Scoreboard Week 9 OCTOBER 19, 2018 BY PHIL KORNBLUT Here are reported high school football scores across South Carolina ABBEVILLE 31 SALUDA 13 AC FLORA 38 LOWER RICHLAND 12 AIRPORT 24 SOUTH AIKEN 7 ANDREW JACKSON ACADEMY 94 CATHEDRAL ACADEMY 8 AYNOR 47 LORIS 22 BAMBERG-EHRHARDT 28 WHALE BRANCH 7 BAPTIST HILL 74 MILITARY MAGNET 12 BARNWELL 42 WOODLAND 21 BATESBURG-LEESVILLE 36 FOX CREEK 13 BEAUFORT 33 HILTON HEAD 18 BEAUFORT ACADEMY 74 PALMETTO CHRISTIAN 34 BELTON-HONEA PATH 41 WREN 24 BERKELEY 51 STRATFORD 12 BETHESDA 24 SPARTANBURG CHRISTIAN 20 BETHUNE-BOWMAN 30 CE MURRAY 16 BLACKVILLE-HILDA 52 WILLISTON-ELKO 20 BLUFFTON 34 COLLETON COUNTY 31 BLYTHEWOOD 31 LUFOFF-ELGIN 7 BROOKLAND-CAYCE 27 AIKEN 13 BROOME 65 CAROLINA ACADEMY 20 BUFORD 28 LEE CENTRAL 6 BURKE 36 NORTH CHARLESTON 31 BYRNES 42 HILLCREST 35 CALHOUN ACADEMY 44 TRI ACADEMY 2 CAROLINA ACADEMY 26 DILLON CHRISTIAN 13 CARVERS BAY 28 EAST CLARENDON 7 CENTRAL 45 ANDREW JACKSON 14 CHAPMAN 42 SOUTHSIDE 24 CHESTER 34 FAIRFIELD CENTRAL 15 CHESTERFIELD 55 CAROLINA PRIDE 26 COLLETON PREP 34 NORTHSIDE CHRISTIAN 6 COLUMBIA 26 CALHOUN COUNTY 24 CONWAY 37 ST. JAMES 14 DANIEL 42 PICKENS 17 DILLON 42 LAKE CITY 7 DORMAN 22 MAULDIN 6 DREHER 21 LAKEWOOD 19 EMERALD 34 CLINTON 19 FAITH RIDGE 77 HOLLY HILL ACADEMY 40 FIRST BAPTIST 63 AUGUSTA CHRISTIAN 14 FORT DORCHESTER 31 ASHLEY RIDGE 25 GAFFNEY 42 BOILING SPRINGS 14 GARRETT 45 PHILLIP SIMMONS 26 GEORGETOWN 18 BISHOP ENGLAND 13 GILBERT 48 EDISTO 19 GOOSE CREEK 31 JAMES ISLAND 14 GRAY COLLEGIATE 35 EAU CLAIRE 6 GREEN SEA-FLOYDS 22 HEMINGWAY 21 GREENVILLE 54 BEREA 14 GREENWOOD CHRISTIAN 49 ROBERT E. LEE 34 GREER 59 EASTSIDE 28 HAMMOND 63 CARDINAL NEWMAN 27 HANAHAN 19 MANNING 14 HANNAH-PAMPLICO 42 LATTA 21 HARTSVILLE 35 NORTH MYRTLE BEACH 12 HILTON HEAD CHRISTIAN 31 JOHN PAUL II 20 HILTON HEAD PREP 44 NORTHWOOD 27 HUNTER-KINDARD-TYLER 48 NORTH 0 INDIAN LAND 20 CAMDEN 14 JEFFERSON DAVIS 32 CLARENDON HALL 20 KINGSTREE 14 JOHNSONVILLE 8 LAKE VIEW 69 CREEK BRIDGE 6 LAMAR 53 GREAT FALLS 0 LANCASTER 23 WESTWOOD 20 LANDRUM 20 BLACKSBURG 6 LAURENCE MANNING 43 PINEWOOD PREP 0 LEXINGTON 14 CHAPIN 6 MARION 37 CHERAW 36 MARLBORO COUNTY 41 DARLINGTON 6 MAY RIVER 49 BATTERY CREEK 7 MCBEE 23 TIMMONSVILLE 22 MULLINS 48 ANDREWS 22 MYRTLE BEACH 49 WILSON 7 NORTH AUGUSTA 44 MIDLAND VALLEY 0 NORTH CENTRAL 62 LEWISVILLE 0 NORTHWESTERN 42 FORT MILL 14 ORANGEBURG PREP 49 OAKBROOK PREP 0 PEE DEE 42 CHRISTIAN ACADEMY 6 PENDLETON 22 LIBERTY 6 PORTER GAUD 14 BEN LIPPEN 7 POWDERSVILLE 14 WEST OAK 6 RICHARD WINN 49 WW KING 0 RIDGE SPRING-MONETTA 41 ESTILL 15 RIVER BLUFF 24 WHITE KNOLL 13 ROCK HILL 25 NATION FORD 22 SCOTT’S BRANCH 67 CROSS 20 SENECA 21 CRESCENT 14 SILVER BLUFF 17 NINETY SIX 0 SOUTH FLORENCE 42 SOCASTEE 18 SOUTH POINTE 38 RIDGE VIEW 35 SOUTHSIDE CHRISTIAN 63 WARREN COUNTY, NC 23 SPARTANBURG 52 RIVERSIDE 7 ST. JOHN’S 52 CHARLESTON MATH & SCIENCE 0 ST. JOHN’S CHRISTIAN 64 PATRICK HENRY 0 ST. JOSEPH’S 35 CHRIST CHURCH 10 STROM THURMOND 31 PELION 13 SUMTER 38 SPRING VALLEY 0 THOMAS HEYWARD 49 DORCHESTER ACADEMY 6 TIMBERLAND 34 OCEANSIDE COLLEGIATE 14 TL HANNA 56 LAURENS 24 TRAVELERS REST 43 BLUE RIDGE 18 TRINITY-BYRNES 56 FLORENCE CHRISTIAN 14 UNION COUNTY 28 NEWBERRY 21 WACCAMAW 57 ACADEMIC MAGNET 0 WADE HAMPTON 56 JL MANN 0 WADE HAMPTON HAMPTON 56 RIDGELAND-HARDEEVILLE 0 WAGENER-SALLEY 46 DENMARK-OLAR 0 WALHALLA 49 PALMETTO 20 WANDO 24 CANE BAY 14 WARDLAW 60 LAURENS ACADEMY 12 WARE SHOALS 38 CALHOUN FALLS 12 WEST ASHLEY 63 STALL 24 WEST FLORENCE 51 CAROLINA FOREST 44 WESTSIDE 28 GREENWOOD 17 WHITMIRE 34 MCCORMICK 22 WILLIAMSBURG ACADEMY 29 THE KING’S 27 WILSON HALL 34 THOMAS SUMTER 7 WOODMONT 28 EASLEY 21 WOODRUFF 48 MID CAROLINA 3 YORK 39 RICHLAND NORTHEAST 0

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