Delonzo Williams and Brandon Moore have become the thunder and lightning to the North Myrtle Beach offense so far this season. The duo combined for 264 yards rushing in the Chiefs’ second win of the season, a 21-7 victory over West Brunswick (N.C.).
“This was big for us,” North Myrtle Beach coach Perry Woolbright said, “especially going into an off week. These kids know that they can win the close games and that bodes well for their confidence because not all your games are going to be blow outs.”
Williams finished the night with 23 carries and 158 yards and two touchdowns. He put the first score on the board for the Chiefs in the second quarter to tie the game. Williams then put North Myrtle Beach ahead in the fourth with a 25 yard run over the left side of the defense.
Moore had eight carries for 106 yards and a touchdown. His score put an exclamation point on the Chiefs’ win when he scampered 49 yards to give them a 14-point lead.
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“Both of the backs had great games,” Woolbright said of his tandem. “Everyone knows about Delonzo but Brandon was able to step in tonight and ran the ball hard for us.”
NMB-Delonzo Williams 15 run
NMB-Williams 25 run
NMB-Brandon Moore 49 run
RUSHING—North Myrtle Beach: Williams 23-158; Moore 8-106; Eric Baker 3-23; Will Hardwick 1-7.
PASSING—North Myrtle Beach: Hardwick 7-14-1, 0, 66; Kyle Cooper 1-1-0, 0, 35.
RECEIVING—North Myrtle Beach: Baker 4-45; Cameron Gore 4-56.
| Caleb Hughes, Julian Lunsford and Michael Billings each accounted for two touchdowns in Georgetown’s rout of Andrews. Hughes connected with Billings for the first score of the game on a 12-yard pass. Hughes then started the scoring spree off in the second quarter with an eight yard run.
“We felt like we could pound the football with their 3-5 look,” Bulldogs coach Bradley Adams said. “Once we got them out of it, we really established our run game.”
Lunsford followed Hughes’ score in the second quarter, which saw the Bulldogs score 24 points. A Jordan Ward 48-yard score and a 35-yard field goal from Jackson Britt finished off the quarter.
“Julian has had a chip on his shoulder since the last game,” Adams said about his running back. “He wanted to prove a point to this team and this community. He ran hard and physical tonight.”
Lunsford tallied a two yard score in the third. Billings then finished the night off with a two yard score on the ground.
G-Michael Billings 12 pass from Caleb Hughes (kick no good), 2:50
G-Hughes 8 run (Jackson Britt kick), 11:12
G-Julian Lunsford 6 run (Britt kick), 9:54
G-Jordan Ward 48 run (Britt kick), 8:02
G-Britt 35 FG, 6:11
G-Lunsford 2 run (Britt kick), 4:55
G-Billings 2 run (Britt kick), 0:00
RUSHING—Andrews: Jaleel Filmore 18-44; Ethan Wright 8-12. Georgetown: Julian Lunsford 26-176; Jordan Ward 5-62; Michael Billings 9-58; Caleb Hughes 8-48; Leon Ford 2-9.
PASSING—Andrews: Wright 3-11-2, 0, 97. Georgetown: Hughes 6-14-1, 1, 77.
RECEIVING—Andrews: Monte McCrea 1-39; Cecil Murphy 1-32; Victor Mention 1-26. Georgetown: Alvin Walker 3-39; Zaquan Collins 1-14; Lunsford 1-12; Billings 1-12.
•(At) South Columbus 16, Loris 14
| Loris fought hard against rival South Columbus, but came up short, in large part because of 17 penalties for 87 yards.
South Columbus turned the ball over five times on fumbles and committed 13 penalties for 110 yards, but in the end two gutsy 2-point conversions combined to silence the Lions’ roar.
L–Ryan Bellamy 71 punt return (Orlin Mejia Kick), 9:50
SC–Samuel Dixon 26 pass from Pharoah McKever (McKever run), 6:09
SC–McKever 2 run (DaShaun Daniels run), 11:03
L–Levi Moody 54 run (Mejia kick), 8:21
RUSHING—Loris: 30-52. South Columbus: 38-122
PASSING—Loris: 1-7-0, 0, -2. South Columbus: McKever 7-10-0, 1, 124.
RECEIVING—Loris: Shammond Jackson 1-(-2). South Columbus: Dixon 1-26, Rashaad Chatman 1-18, Reggie Frank 2-42, Daniels 2-27, Chad Fitts 1-11.
(At) Carvers Bay 49, St. John’s 6 | Dashaun Aiken accounted for five touchdowns in the Bears rout of St. John’s. He had three rushing touchdowns, a passing touchdown and return an interception for a score.
Devin Cuttino returned a fumble for a score, Desmond Sumpter was on the receiving end of Aiken’s throwing score and Daquan Wilson had a running touchdown for Carvers Bay.
CB-Dashaun Aiken 15 run (Aiken kick), 10:41
CB-Aiken 6 run (Aiken kick), 2:10
CB-Aiken 42 interception return (Aiken kick), :30
CB-Aiken 4 run (kick failed), 9:35
CB-Devin Cuttino 18 fumble return (Aiken kick), 8:29
CB-Desmond Sumpter 32 pass from Aiken (Aiken kick), 4:15
CB-Daquan Wilson 21 run (kick failed), 4:39
RUSHING–Carvers Bay: Aiken 10-70; Hikeem Hampton 3-16; Cuttino 10-65; Israel Davis 7-21; Wilson 5-38; Chris Carter 3-2; Raheem Dease 1-(-3); Terry Bromell 2-1.
PASSING–Carvers Bay: Aiken 3-9-0, 1, 62.
RECEIVING–Carvers Bay: Hampton 1-2; Davis 1-28; Sumpter 1-32.
•Waccamaw at Creek Bridge, ppd.
| The Warriors’ game was postponed due to Creek Bridge’s field not being playable because of all the rain the area has received. The game will be made up at 6 p.m. Monday at Waccamaw.