MIDLAND VALLEY 28, BROOKLAND-CAYCE 21
CAYCE — The Mustangs got a boost from Daniel and Dre Carr and were able to come from behind to knock off Bearcats with 21 second-half points.
Daniel Carr accounted for three touchdowns, two on the ground and one through the air to go with 223 total yards, while Dre Carr chipped in 118 yards and a score of his own. With game tied at 21-all and 55 second to play, Daniel Carr broke the tie with a 33-yard touchdown run.
Midland Valley was also aided by some key interceptions by Xavier Leaphart and Tevin Williams. Leaphart's pick came on the Midland Valley side, and he returned it 47 yards to ice the game.
The Mustangs (3-5, 2-1) will host Airport in their final home game next week, while the Bearcats will square off with Swansea in their home finale.
MV 7 0 7 14 – 28
BC 0 13 0 8 – 21
MV-Daniel Carr 1 run (Ben Padgett kick) :57
MV-Dre Carr 3 run (Padgett kick) 8:08
MV-Daniel Carr 5 pass to Logan Wheat (Padgett kick) 10:16
MV-Daniel Carr 33 run (Padgett kick) :51
MV-Dre Carr 30-118-1TD, Daniel Carr 14-109-2TD, Derrick O'Conner 2-8
MV-Daniel Carr 8-12-114-1TD-1INT
MV-Kameron Brown 5-83, Wheat 1-5-1TD, Garrett Scott 1-15, Justin Mealing 1-11
MV-Xavier Leaphart 1-47, Tevin Williams 1
DUTCH FORK 63, AIKEN 14
The Aiken High School football team suffered its fourth consecutive loss, a 63-14 defeat suffered on the road at the hands of Dutch Fork. The Hornets fell to 2-6 on the season and are 0-2 against Region 5-AAAA opponents. Aiken head coach Carey Johnson said the Silver Foxes jumped all over his team from the start, and added two touchdowns on punt returns.
“It was more us,” Johnson said of his team's mistakes and injuries that allowed Dutch Fork (5-3, 2-0) to cruise. “They were bigger and took advantage of some guys we had to play, but they beat us at the line of scrimmage.
Johnson said Nakeem Spann played a part in both of the Hornets' scores. He ran for one touchdown and connected with Will Heggs on the other. Aiken will return to action next week when it plays host to Lexington (2-6, 0-2).
Wardlaw Academy 38, Richard Winn 22
Wardlaw (7-0, 5-0 SCISA 8-man Region 2) racked up 408 rushing yards as a team on Friday on the way to a victory over Richard Winn (2-7, 1-5). Malik Lee was again the Patriots' top rusher with 183 yards and three touchdowns on 13 carries. He also threw a 14-yard pass to Kerry Cockrell.
Quarterback Holton Manly chipped in 83 rushing yards and a touchdown on nine carries and completed a 22-yard pass to Lee.
Wardlaw will host fellow undefeated Region 2 competitor Carolina Academy next Friday at 7:30 p.m.
W 0 24 6 8 – 38
RW 6 0 8 8 – 22
W-Malik Lee 13-183-3TD, Holton Manly 9-83-1TD, Rycharde Coates 8-45, Ed Williams 10-30-1TD. Totals 54-408-5TD.
RW- Totals 34-191-1TD.
W-Manly 1-2-22-0TD-0TD, Lee 1-1-14.
RW- Team 7-9-68-2TD-1 INT.
W-Lee 1-22, Kerry Cockrell 1-14.
W-Tanner Sherrill 1-0.
SILVER BLUFF 35, EDISTO 19
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