Friday’s high school football roundup
10/25/2013 11:06 PM
10/25/2013 11:18 PM
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.• Carvers Bay 46, (at) East Clarendon 14 | Devin Cuttino ran seven times for 79 yards and a pair of touchdowns, Naquez Pringle had 10 tackles and Darius Carr added 10 tackles and two fumble recoveries as the Bears rolled.
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.
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