Friday’s high school football LIVE updates

From staff reportsNovember 16, 2012 

Check back for LIVE updates from Friday’s high school football games:

•  Hartsville 40, (at) Socastee 13 | Hartsvilleopened up the action Friday night with Trey Rogers taking the ball 15 yards to make it 7-0 over Socastee, with 8:23 left in the first . Socastee’s Tommy Lazaroff picked up a 4-yard touchdown run at 2:16, but the extra point was blocked, bringing the score to 7-6, Hartsville.

Hartsville 14picked up another TD with eight minutes left in the second quarter, pinning the Braves down 14-6.

Red Fox Trey Samuel takes the hand off for an 87-yard sprint, bringing Hartsville to a 21-6 lead with 6:27 left to play in first half. Hartsville scored yet again, widening the gap to 27-6 with 3:39 left in the half.

Trey Samuel takes another 27-yard touchdown run, fumbling at the 1 but recovering in end zone making it a 27-6 Red Fox lead. At the end of the first half, Samuel had amassed 12 carries for 189 yards. Socastee’s Hunter Renfrow had nine for 54

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Hartsville’s Trey Samuel with a huge first half - 12 carries for 189 yards. Socastee’s Hunter Renfrow has 9 for 54.

Dominic Robinson 37 yard TD run. All 3 Hartsville 1,000 yard rushers have scored. Red Foxes 34, Socastee 6 in 3rd quarter.

Hartsville approaching 100 yards of penalties and beating a 12-0 Socastee team 40-6.

Hartsville 40, Socastee 6, end of third quarter.

Hartsville wins 40-13 will face Strom Thurmond next week in lower state title game.

Socastee scores on an Adam Crane run, but it's of little consequence. Hartsville moments away from making this a final.

•  (At) Dillon 21 , Loris 7 | The teams could only muster one first down apiece in the first quarter in the third round of the Class AA playoffs, with Dillon’s coming on the third offensive play of the game and Loris’ on the final play of the quarter.Loris forced and recovered two fumbles, but couldn’t take advantage of the turnovers. The Lions couldn’t flip field position, either, with punts of 28, 23 and 7 yards.

In the third round of the Class AA playoffs, Loris opened the scoring on a 7-yard run by Mikel Soles on a quarterback draw in the shotgun formation with 3:06 remaining in the first half.The 43-yard scoring drive was set up by a 22-yard punt return by Ryan Bellamy and consisted of seven plays, including a 10-yard run by Soles on third-and-2 to the 10, and a 15-yard roughing the passer penalty on Dillon.The Wildcats tied the game with 1:13 remaining in the half on a 17-yard touchdown pass from freshman Avery McCall to Tyreek Hayes, who broke a tackle to get into the end zone after catching the pass near the left sideline. Hayes had a 25-yard catch two plays before the touchdown reception.The teams could only muster one first down apiece in the first quarter, with Dillon’s coming on the third offensive play of the game and Loris’ on the final play of the quarter.Loris forced and recovered three fumbles in the first half but couldn’t convert any into points.

Loris’ season ended in the third round of the Class AA playoffs.A 5-yard touchdown run by Joe Blue with 2:32 remaining in the third quarter gave Dillon a 14-7 lead, and the Wildcats (11-1) added an Avery McCall 38-yard touchdown pass to Tyreek Hayes with 6:45 left in the game.Loris (8-4) opened the scoring on a 7-yard run by Mikel Soles on a quarterback draw in the shotgun formation with 3:06 remaining in the first half.The 43-yard scoring drive was set up by a 22-yard punt return by Ryan Bellamy and consisted of seven plays, including a 10-yard run by Soles on third-and-2 to the 10, and a 15-yard roughing the passer penalty on Dillon.The Wildcats tied the game with 1:13 remaining in the half on a 17-yard touchdown pass from freshman Avery McCall to Tyreek Hayes, who broke a tackle to get into the end zone after catching the pass near the left sideline. Hayes had a 25-yard catch two plays before the touchdown reception.The teams could only muster one first down apiece in the first quarter, with Dillon’s coming on the third offensive play of the game and Loris’ on the final play of the quarter.Loris forced and recovered three fumbles in the first half but couldn’t convert any into points.

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