High School Football

Friday’s high school football LIVE updates

Regular season


(At) Carolina Forest 27, Conway 24 (F/2OT)

| Panthers and Tigers tied after one.

Will Brunson connects with Ryan Yurachek for a 19-yard score to give Carolina Forest the lead. Conway’s Jaquil Crosland scores on a 3-yard run to tie the game up.

Brunson throws his second of the night and this one went to Kyle Belack for 8 yards. Crosland scores on a 5-yard run to tie the game up at 14.

Carolina Forest started overtime with ball and Brunson scores on an 8-yard run. Crosland scores his third of the night, this one from 4-yards out to tie the game.

Panthers beat Tigers in double overtime. If Conway won, they could have been Region VI-AAAA champions.

State playoffs

First round

Class AAA


(At) Myrtle Beach 43, Manning 14 (F)

| Max Huggins gets Seahawks on board first with 32-yard field goal. C.J. Cooper scored on a 3-yard run to give Myrtle Beach early 10 point lead.

Cooper scores his second of the night as Seahawks reclaim 10 point advantage. Manning’s quarterback Jason Baxter scores on a 1-yard run to pull the Monarchs within 3.

Tyler Keane connects with Trell Harrell on a 30-yard score following a Sean Michael Orcutt interception for Myrtle Beach. Huggins kicks a 27-yard field goal to put Seahawks up 20. Manning’s Rochar Witherspoon returns kickoff 95 yards. Myrtle Beach advances to play Hanahan in the second round.


(At) Socastee 30, Crestwood 12 (F)

| Matt Trimby hit a 36-yard field goal to give Socastee early lead. Hunter Renfrow connects with Zack Hyde on a 15-yard pass to give Braves 10 point lead.

Tommy Lazaroff scores on a 5-yard run to give Socastee comfortable lead.

Crestwood takes second half opening drive in for score to close within 10. Renfrow throws his second scoring pass of the night this one a 14-yard screen to Dakota Morgan.

Crestwood quickly responds to start the fourth quarter. Renfrow has his third passing score of the night this one 23 yards to Delano Walters. Braves advance to second round and stay unbeaten.


(At) Marlboro County 37, Georgetown 3 (F)

| The Bulldogs down two scores in the second quarter. Georgetown gets a field goal to pull within 11.

Bulldogs season comes to an end.

Class AA

Division I


(At) Battery Creek 21, Waccamaw 13 (F)

| Warriors down in the second quarter on the road.

Scott Hiler tosses a 10-yard touchdown pass to Rob Ferraro to tie the game up for Waccamaw. Battery Creek takes lead on a 39-yard touchdown pass from Rocky Smalls to Isaiah Smalls. Waccamaw down two scores at the half.

Warriors get within 8 with 9 minutes left in third quarter.

Waccamaw season comes to an end.

Division II


(At) Mullins 18, Andrews 7 (F)

| Yellow Jackets hold lead on the road at halftime.

The Auctioneers end Andrews season.


(At) Aynor 44, Kingstree 36 (F)

| Blue Jackets advance to second round of playoffs.

Class A

Division I


Hemingway 20, (at) Carvers Bay 14 (F)

| The Bears scored twice in 11 seconds to take a 14-7 lead over Hemingway after the first quarter in the first round of the Class A Division I playoffs.

Hemingway struck first on a 2-yard touchdown run by DaQuan Casey on fourth-and-1 to finish the Tigers’ opening drive 5 minutes into the game.

Quarterback Da’Shaun Aiken scored on a 1-yard run on fourth-and-goal for the Bears with 4:07 left in the first quarter. The run capped a 69-yard drive that included Aiken passes of 20-plus yards to Desmond Sumpter and Shayton Durrand.

A Shaquan Durrand 30-yard interception return for a touchdown 11 seconds later gave the Bears a 14-7 lead. Xavier Weaver’s pass into double coverage bounced off the receiver and Durrand took the ball nearly off his shoulder pad and raced to the end zone.

Hemingway threatened midway through the second quarter with a first-and-goal from the 10, but the Tigers lost 14 yards on a third-down sack by Devin Cuttino after Stefan Hannah flushed Weaver from the pocket, and a fourth-down pass from the 25 fell incomplete.

Hemingway marched down the field to open the third quarter, tying the score at 14 with a 69-yard, 11-play drive that took 6:03 and was capped by a 2-yard scoring run by Weaver on fourth-and-goal.

Hemingway scored on a 44-yard pass with 53 seconds left and went on to hold onto win.