High School Football

The Herald’s live Sept. 13 high school football updates. Here’s what we know

Northwestern 16, Ridge View 14

The Northwestern Trojans built a 9-0 lead at halftime and edged the Ridge View Blazers 16-14 in a non-region game at Ridge View Friday night.

The Trojans opened the scoring with a safety with 4:03 left in the first period. It stayed that way until the 2:35 mark of the first half. Riley Duran passed to Gregory Bivens on a 34-yard pass play to make it 9-0 after Nick Acus kicked the extra point. The pass capped a 58-yard drive that took nine plays.

Ridge View sliced the deficit to 9-6 late in the third quarter. They stormed 80 yards in 14 plays for the touchdown. Cincere Scott scored on a 30-yard pass from Andr Washington with 1:28 remaining in the period.

The Trojans added another score with 4:34 remaining in the contest for a 16-6 cushion. Duran ran in from six yards out to cap a 32-yard drive that required nine snaps.

Ridge View answered in just more than three minutes. They drove 66 yards in 15 plays and Washington capped it with a one-yard run. Scott ran for the two-point conversion, and the Trojans lead was cut to 16-14 with 1:14 to play.

Ridge View tried an onside kick, but Calique Cunningham recovered it, and the Trojans ran out the clock.

Ridge View had 15 first downs to 10 for Northwestern. The total offense battle belonged to the Trojans by a count of 239 to 209.

Jaylen Chavis led Northwestern in rushing with 103 yards on 15 attempts. David Mitchell was the top ground gainer for Ridge View with 44 yards on 16 carries.

Duran completed seven of 19 passes for 139 yards for the Trojans. Washington completed 14 of 32 passes for 164 yards for Ridge View.

Ger-Cari Caldwell led Northwestern in receiving with four catches for 83 yards. Scott caught five passes for 69 yards to lead Ridge View.

Northwestern is 1-3 on the year.

Camden 43, Fort Mill 27

The Camden Bulldogs are continued their unbeaten season.

The Bulldogs hosted the Yellow Jackets in a non-conference game at Zemp Stadium.

The first quarter was quiet until Fort Mill scored a fumble-return touchdown with two minutes left in the quarter.

The game started really picking up when James Crim scored a 35 yard rushing touchdown, and Micah Davis then scored a 72 yard rushing touchdown for the Bulldogs.

Fort Mill ended the half with a touchdown from Tadarrin Reaves, leaving the score tied at 14-14.

Mikah Davis took the lead back for the Bulldogs with a 27 yard rushing touchdown in the third quarter putting the score at 14-21.

James Crim started off the fourth quarter with a 60 yard pass to Jaylen Pate, followed by Jaden Lee scoring another touchdown for Camden.

Jordan Chambers scored a touchdown for Fort Mill, but Willis Lane came back with a four yard rushing touchdown for Camden.

The game ended with a field goal from Camden and a touchdown from Fort Mill’s Dante Mchone, ending the game.

- Taylor Evans

Carolina 35, Lewisville 24

The Carolina Bearcats upended the Lewisville Lions 35-24 in a non-region game at Richburg Friday night.

Carolina took a 7-0 lead after one period, and they led 28-12 at halftime. The Lions cut the deficit to

28-18 after three quarters. Both teams added a touchdown in the final period.

Lewisville is 2-2 on the year.

Legion Collegiate 62, Calhoun Falls 0

The Legion Collegiate Lancers scored in every quarter and routed Calhoun Falls 62-0 in a non-region game at Calhoun Falls Friday night.

Legion Collegiate led 20-0 after one period and upped it to 35-0 at halftime. They tacked on three more touchdowns in the third quarter for a 56-0 advantage and closed out the scoring with a touchdown in the final period.

Legion Collegiate is 2-1 on the year.

Andrew Jackson 34, Great Falls 0

Andrew Jackson scored in every period and beat the Great Falls Red Devils 34-0 in a non-region contest at Great Falls Friday night.

Andrew Jackson led 7-0 after one period and 13-0 at intermission. They scored twice in the third quarter for a 27-0 advantage and completed the scoring with a touchdown in the fourth quarter.

Great Falls is 2-2 on the year.

Lancaster 21, Nation Ford 20

Rock Hill 22, Indian Land 12

Chester 22, Columbia (GA) 6

SATURDAY

Clover at Ashbrook, 7:30 p.m.

MONDAY

Catawba Ridge at Weddington, 6 p.m.

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