Aynor’s playoff positioning took a hit Friday night.
Mullins rallied in the second half for a 46-28 victory over the Blue Jackets.
Aynor was likely headed for a home playoff game regardless of next week’s game. Now, it’s up in the air.
“We have to beat Loris to get a first-round bye,” Aynor coach Jody Jenerette said.
Adam Doyle scored on a 60-yard run in the first quarter and Kamron Johnson caught a 41-yard TD pass from Jackson Woodle and Louis Taylor had an 11-yard touchdown run in the second.
However, that wasn’t enough as Mullins outscored Aynor 24-0 in the second half.
“They made a bunch of plays; we didn’t make many plays,” he said. “We just got outplayed.”
RUSHING —Visitor: xxxxxxx. Aynor: Doyle 6-77, Johnson 20-77, Smith 10-92
PASSING --Visitor: xxxxx. Home: Woodle 2-10-61, TD, INT.
RECEIVING —Visitor: xxxxxx. Home: Johnson 1-41, D.Q> Nash 1-20.
CB–Chris Carter 20 run (kick missed), Louis Morant 12 run (2 pt. failed) Hakeen Hampton 8 run (2 pt. conversion)
CB–Morant 45 run (kick missed), Hampton 33 run
CB–Devin Cuttino 9 run
CB–Cuttino 40 run
RUSHING —Carvers Bay: Cuttino 7-79, Hampton 4-60, Terry Bromell 5-53, Carter 3-71, Eric Cochran 3-60, Louis Morant 7-81, Darius Carr 2-17.
PASSING—Carvers Bay: Israel Davis 1-3-11
RECEIVING —Carvers Bay: Brandon Young 1-3-11.
RECORD– Carvers Bay (8-1, 4-0)• (At) Lake View 45, Green Sea Floyds 8 | Shaquan McGill scored on a 70-yard touchdown run int he first quarter, but that was all the Trojans could muster.
RUSHING —Lake View: Jamel Swinton 6-15, S. McGill 20-141, TD, McLain Upchurch 9-64, Jamel Gerald 4-8, Victor Hayes 1-8.
PASSING—Lake View: Jamel Gerald 0-5.
• (At) Sumter 51, Carolina Forest 12 | The Panthers fell to 1-8.