Conway 21, (at) Summerville 20 (final) | Tigers coach Chuck Jordan became the all-time winningest coach in Horry County with the victory. Friday's win was his 224th, helping him pass former Myrtle Beach coach Doug Shaw.
Myrtle Beach 70, (at) Carolina Forest 0 (final) | Everett Golson was 15 of 21 for 234 yards and four touchdowns and Jamere Valentine had eight catches for 131 yards and two touchdowns - both players' stats came in the first half - as the Seahawks routed the Panthers.
Myrtle Beach returned two fumbles for touchdowns in the game as well.
(At) North Myrtle Beach 21, Loris 8 (final) | Dexter Green had two touchdown runs as the Chiefs beat the Lions.
(At) Waccamaw 23, St. James 21 (final) | Matt Smith returned an interception 20 yards for a touchdown on the opening play of the fourth quarter to cap a Warriors second-half comeback.
(At) Carvers Bay 26, Georgetown 6 (final) | Bears running back Davious Chestnut had 148 yards on 14 carries and one rushing touchdown and also had a 32-yard TD catch from Arlington Scott.
Kinard Gadsden-Gilliard caught a halfback pass from Danny Thompson as time expired to pull the Bulldogs within eight points at halftime.
(At) West Brunswick (N.C.) 35, Socastee 22 (final) | West Brunswick went winless last season.
It didn't take long to turn it around.
The Trojans got several game-breaking plays Friday night as they beat the Socastee Braves 35-22.
Having been deadlocked in a tough battle, clinging to a 21-19 lead at halftime, Socastee scored a field goal in the third to take a 22-21 lead.
Then Trojans quarterback Ryan Hill made the biggest play of the game.
Starting from his own 6-yard line, Hill scampered 94 yards for a touchdown on a bootleg to give West Brunswick (1-0) a 28-22 lead that it would not relinquish.
(At) Lamar 36, Andrews 12 | No information provided by the school.
Mullins 30, (at) Green Sea Floyds 25 | Mullins returned a fumble 50 yards for a touchdown early in the fourth quarter to beat Green Sea Floyds.
Creek Bridge 36, (at) Aynor | No information provided by the school.