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Clover 48, Irmo 14

The undefeated Clover Blue Eagles are keeping their season in tact.

The Yellow Jackets hosted the Blue Eagles in a non-conference game in Irmo, South Carolina.

Jaylin Lane scored on a 52 yard punt return with 11:01 left in the opening quarter. Then, Zay Witherspoon scored a rushing touchdown, and was soon followed by a touchdown from Gabe Carroll and two more from Zacch Davis.

The first quarter ended with the score 34-0.

Davis scored another touchdown, and was followed by a touchdown from BJ Tims.

However, Irmo put themselves on the board with a touchdown from Jaden Kinard.

This ended the first half with a score of 48-7.

The third quarter was quiet.

In the fourth quarter, Naahzeikiel Mays scored another touchdown for Irmo with 6:42 left.

The game ended with the score 48-14.

Rock Hill 14, Lugoff-Elgin 7

The Rock Hill Bearcats used a solid defensive effort and edged the Lugoff-Elgin Demons 14-7 in a non-region game at Lugoff Friday night.

Lugoff-Elgin took a 7-0 lead on their first possession of the night. The Demons drove 90 yards for the touchdown. Tyler Dixon scored on a seven-yard run, and Alex Bowers kicked the extra point with 2:44 remaining in the opening period.

The ‘Cats answered with a pair of second quarter scores. Jackson Roberson passed to Cameron Walker for the first touchdown, and after Ethan Dutton kicked the extra point, the score was tied at 7-7 with 9:59 left in the first half.

Rock Hill took a 14-7 lead less than four minutes later. The Bearcats’ defense forced a Lugoff-Elgin punt, and Tylik Edwards returned it 90 yards for the score. With Dutton’s extra point the ‘Cats had a seven point lead with 5:57 left until intermission.

The second half was a defensive battle, and the game was not decided until the final minute. On its last possession of the contest, Lugoff-Elgin drove inside the Bearcats’ 20-yard line with just under a minute to play.

Anthony Jackson intercepted a Demons’ pass at the Rock Hill three-yard line with 50 seconds remaining, and the ‘Cats ran out the clock.

Rock Hill is 4-2 on the year.

Chester 55, Carolina 21

The Chester Cyclones raced to a 35-6 lead at halftime and topped the Carolina Bearcats 55-21 in a non-region contest at Chester Friday night.

Ly’Terrence Mills scored on a nine-yard run and Stan Mills scampered in from nine yards out to offside a Bearcats’ score, and the Cyclones led 14-6 after one period.

Stan Mills scored from nine yards out and Zan Dunham added a touchdown on a 12-yard run for a 28-6 advantage midway through the second period. Dunham passed to Ly’Terrence Mills on a 28-yard play, and the lead was 35-6 just before halftime.

Chester added another score in the third quarter to take a 41-6 lead heading to the final period. Both teams tallied twice in the fourth quarter.

Chester is 5-1 on the year.

Great Falls 40, Ware Shoals 3

The Great Falls Red Devils steamrolled the Ware Shoals Fighting Hornets, 40-3, in an away non-conference matchup Friday night.

The Red Devils dominated the first half with three touchdowns and lead the Fighting Hornets 20-3 at halftime.

Within seconds of the third quarter, running back Quay Bowser ran for 71-yards up the sideline to give the Red Devils a 26-3 lead. The PAT was blocked.

With a safety and another touchdown, the Red Devils led 34-3 at the end of the third quarter.

The Red Devils scored another touchdown in the fourth quarter and improved their season record to 4-2. The Fighting Hornets are now 1-5.

Oceanside Collegiate 14, Legion Collegiate 0

Oceanside Collegiate broke a scoreless tie at halftime and toppled the Legion Collegiate Lancers 14-0 Friday night in Mount Pleasant.

Oceanside scored a touchdown in each of the final two periods to pull away for the victory.

Legion Collegiate is 2-2 on the year.

Dutch Fork 49, Northwestern 0

York 34, Fort Mill 17

South Pointe 56, Indian Land 7

Pageland Central 42, Lewisville 3