High school football

Nation Ford trio pick up Tri-County awards after win over Fort Mill

From staff reportsNovember 12, 2013 

Division I

Offensive player: Mason Rudolph, Northwestern – senior quarterback threw for 325 yards and five touchdowns, and ran for over 100 yards and two more scores in the Trojans’ win over Rock Hill.

Defensive player: Dario Brown, York and Chris Harvell, Nation Ford – Brown racked up a tackle and key third and fourth down stops during York’s win over Clover, while Harvell finished with 14 tackles, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery in a win over Fort Mill.

Offensive lineman: Tyler Schmidt, Nation Ford – graded out at 95 percent after Nation Ford’s win over Fort Mill.

Defensive lineman: Josh Jacobs, Nation Ford Jacobs produced eight tackles, including two for a loss, two sacks and a fumble recovery in the Falcons’ win over Fort Mill.

Special teams: Jaquavious Mackey, Northwestern – senior defensive back returned two kickoffs for touchdowns in the Trojans’ win over Rock Hill.

Division II

Offensive player: Kolby Whitley, Andrew Jackson – Quarterback rushed seven times for 31 yards, and completed 20-27 passes for 277 yards and five touchdowns last Friday night.

Defensive player: Tray King, Andrew Jackson and Zac Patterson, Indian Land – King had nine tackles, including one for a loss, in Andrew Jackson’s win over Buford, while Patterson had eight tackles and two for a loss in the Warriors’ loss to Columbia.

Offensive lineman: Jacob Williams, Indian Land – Came through Friday’s loss to Columbia with an 88 percent blocking grade.

Defensive lineman: Mason Kirkly, Andrew Jackson and Austin Gordon, Indian Land – Kirkly registered four tackles, one assist and a tackle-for-loss in the Volunteers’ win over Buford, while Gordon had five tackles and one for a loss in the Warriors’ loss to Columbia.

Special teams: Corley Faulkenberry, Andrew Jackson – returned three kickoffs for 93 yards in Andrew Jackson’s win last Friday.

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