High School Football

The Herald’s up-to-the-minute Aug. 30 high school football scores. Here’s what we know.

Byrnes 40, Northwestern 0

The Byrnes Rebels scored in every quarter and routed the Northwestern Trojans 40-0 in a non-region game at District 3 Stadium Friday night.

Lawrence Scott’s one-yard run gave Byrnes a 7-0 lead, and it stayed that way through the end of the first period. Rahjai Harris scored on a five-yard run to make it 13-0 early in the second stanza. Braylin Johnson hauled in a 52-yard pass from Scott to make it 19-0, and NaNa Burris upped the count 26-0 when he returned a Trojan punt 73 yards for a touchdown just before halftime.

Harris scored again on a seven-yard run to open the second half scoring, and it was 33-0. The Rebels completed the scoring when Scott and Johnson hooked up on a 35-yard pass play in the fourth quarter.

Byrnes dominated on both sides of the ball. They had 349 total yards and 19 first downs, while limiting the Trojans to 137 total yards and five first downs.

Harris finished the night with 106 yards on 18 carries. Scott completed eight of 14 passes for 147 yards. Johnson finished the night with four catches for 107 yards.

Tay McCroey led the Northwestern rushing effort with 22 yards on 13 attempts. Riley Duran completed seven of 17 passes for 73 yards. Ger-Cari Caldwell caught four passes for 13 yards, while Zaylan Page had three catches for 22 yards, and Quay Allison caught a pair of passes for 54 yards.

Northwestern is 0-2 on the year.

South Pointe 26, Rock Hill 15

In a game that seemed to come down to one play, South Pointe outlasted Rock Hill in Friday night’s contest and escaped with its second win of the season, 26-15.

Through three quarters, the contest was largely defined by penalties and turnovers — five turnovers, in fact, between the two teams. The only plays of interest up until this point came in the form of a Stallion touchdown pass from Tahleek Steele to Waymond Jenerette (7-0); a Steele pass to O’mega Blake for a 29-yard score (14-3); and a Tylik Edwards kick return for a touchdown for Rock Hill (14-9).

Come the fourth quarter, though, game-changing plays started taking place: South Pointe fumbled within its own five-yard-line, a mistake Rock Hill later capitalized on to take the lead (15-14). Then, the ensuing possession, South Pointe had a field goal blocked, but senior Kobe Shannon picked up the loose ball and ran 38 yards for a touchdown, giving his team a lead it would never relinquish.

South Pointe’s Quay Chambers would later put the proverbial nail in the coffin with a 55-yard touchdown run late in the fourth. The score didn’t budge from there. 26-15, South Pointe.

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Chester 48, Fort Mill 0

Nation Ford 34, Conway 6

The Nation Ford Falcons raced to a 21-6 lead after one quarter and routed Conway 34-6 in a non-region game at Conway Friday night

Nathan Mahaffey got the Falcons started with a one-yard run for a quick 7-0 lead. Nation Ford added two more scores in the first period. Gabe Huitt passed 22 yards to Jerrick Foster for the first touchdown and a 14-0 lead.

After Conway cut the deficit to 14-6, Huitt found Petey Tuipulotu on an 18-yard pass play for a 21-6 margin. The Falcons added two more scores in the second period. Huitt hooked up with Tuipulotu for eight yards to make it 27-6. He hit Ty Keaton on a 13-yard pass for a 34-6 advantage just before halftime.

The Falcons went to a ball control offense in the second half, while the defensive unit continued its outstanding play.

Nation Ford is now 2-0 on the year.

Clover 58, Forestview 7

The Forestview Jaguars were left a bit shell-shocked after losing 58-7 to the Clover Blue Eagles.

The Blue Eagles hosted the Jaguars in a non-conference home game.

Clover lead the first half following an immediate 80 yard touchdown from Jaylin Lane, followed by a 30-yard touchdown from David Hall.

The Jaguars were got a touchdown from Jaylen Mims, but were shut down quickly, with the first quarter ending with Clover leading 21-7.

The second quarter was dominated with touchdowns from Jaylin Lane and Gabe Carroll, along with a field goal from Christian Erwin.

Clover led 44-7 at half time.

The second half started with a penalty against Forestview, followed by a two-yard rushing touchdown from Blue Eagle, Kaevon Gardner.

The third quarter finished with the ball going back and forth, and ended with Clover leading 51-7.

After a big play during the fourth quarter from Clover, BJ Tims dove into the end zone to end the game with the score 58-7.

Dorman 52, York 0

The Dorman Cavaliers scored in every quarter and blasted the York Cougars 52-0 in a non-region game at York Friday night.

Kendall Norman opened the Dorman scoring with a 10-yard run for a quick 7-0 lead. Hayden Lee later passed to Jayvon Cohen for a 24 yards and a 14-0 cushion. Noah Alberry’s one-yard run made it 21-0 at the end of the first period.

Lee passed to Chance Black to open the second quarter scoring, and when Ty Lindsay scored from two yards out, it was 35-0 at halftime.

Lee passed to Norman on a 27-yard play to make it 42-0 midway through the third stanza. Omar Kendall’s 28-yard field goal made it 45-0 as the third quarter came to a close. Dorman added its final touchdown in the fourth quarter on a 13-yard run by D. J. Porter.

Dorman had 314 total yards and 17 first downs, while limiting York to 74 total yards and nine first downs.

Will Black led Dorman’s ground attack with 57 yards on seven carries. Lee completed 10 of 15 passes for 166 yards. Cohen led the receivers with three catches for 50 yards.

Jordan Burris led the York rushing attack with 21 yards on 11 carries. Colby Clayton completed four of ten passes for 15 yards. Amarion Huskey-Thompson led the York receivers with three catches for 21 yards.

York is 0-2 on the year.

Fairfield Central 18, Lancaster 9

Fairfield Central defeated the Lancaster Bruins 18-9 in a non-region game at Winnsboro Friday night.

Fairfield Central took a 6-0 lead after one period and upped the count to 12-0 at halftime.

The Bruins cut the deficit to 12-3 with a field goal in the third quarter. Lancaster scored a touchdown early in the fourth quarter to trim it to 12-9, but Fairfield Central scored late in the game to pull away for the win.

Lancaster dropped to 0-2 on the year.

Indian Land 43, Buford 0

The Indian Land Warriors exploded for 28 points in the second half and routed Buford 43-0 in a non-region game at Buford Friday night.

The Warriors led only 15-0 at halftime, but the four touchdown performance after intermission broke the game open.

Indian Land is 2-0 on the year.

Catawba Ridge 19, Stuart Cramer 12

The Copperheads defeated the Storm 19-12.

The Catawba Ridge Copperheads hosted the Stuart Cramer Storm in a non-conference matchup Friday night. Both teams entered the game boasting a 1-0 record.

The Copperheads struck first with a touchdown and extra point scored with seven minutes left in the first half. The Storm responded with two touchdowns though both of their extra points failed.

The Storm led the Copperheads at halftime, 12-7.

The Copperheads scored two touchdowns in the third, to regain the lead though both their extra point attempts also failed.

Catawba Ridge’s next matchup will be a home game versus Charlotte Latin on Sep. 6 at 7:30pm.

Lewisville 44, C. A. Johnson 35

The Lewisville Lions defeated the C. A. Johnson Hornets 44-35 in a non-region game at Lewisville Friday night.

The Lions took a 22-0 lead at halftime, but C. A. Johnson fought back.

The Hornets cut the deficit to 22-14 in the third period. Lewisville scored and took a 28-14 lead, but C. A. Johnson countered to make it 28-21.

The Lions outscored the Hornets 16-14 in the fourth period to hold on for the win.

Lewisville is 2-0 on the year.

Whitmire 37, Great Falls 29

The Whitmire Wolverines edged the Great Falls Red Devils 37-29 in a non-region game at Whitmire Friday night.

Tony Seagle passed to Quay Bowser for a 7-0 Red Devils’ lead in the first period, but Whitmire countered on its next possession, and the game was tied 7-7 after one quarter.

Great Falls took a 9-7 lead on a safety midway through the second quarter, but Whitmire got a touchdown from Jaquan Tindell-White and took a 15-9 cushion to the locker room at halftime.

Tindell-White scored again on an 18-yard scamper to give Whitmire a 23-9 advantage. The Wolverines added another score to make it 31-9, but Kelton Talford hauled in a ten-yard pass from Seagle, and the lead was down to 31-15.

The Red Devils added another touchdown late in the third quarter to cut the deficit to 31-21. Whitmire answered in the fourth quarter to make it 37-21 with 8:58 to play.

Great Falls closed the gap when Seagle passed to Talford on a 35-yard play, and it was 37-29 with 6:59 remaining.

It stayed that way until the Red Devils drove inside the Wolverines 10-yard line in the closing seconds. On the final play of the game, a Great Falls pass fell incomplete in the end zone.

Great Falls is 1-1 on the year.

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