Hanahan 68, Military Magnet 14
HANAHAN — Mason Schwertzler threw for 3 touchdowns and Quan Wade had 5 rushes for 2 touchdowns and 115 yds as Hanahan blasted Military Magnet.
Sam Denmark caught a TD pass and also had a 92-yard kickoff return for the Hawks.
Military Magnet 0 0 6 8—14
Hanahan 27 27 7 7—68
Hanahan — 11:47 Mason Schwertzler 17 pass to Sam Denmark (Kyle Spigner kick)
Hanahan — 9:08 Schwertzler 22 pass to Terrell Green (Spigner kick)
Hanahan — 6:01 Schwertzler 15 pass to Green Spigner kick)
Hanahan — :49 Quan Wade 31 run (PAT failed)
Hanahan — 11:06 Deandre Thompson 28 interception return (Spigner kick)
Hanahan — 8:56 Haven Horlback 1 run (PAT failed)
Hanahan — 6:14 Christian Leaky 16 run (Spigner kick)
Hanahan — 1:30 Wade 51 run (Spigner kick)
Military Magnet — 7:24 Ivan Wiggins 7 run (conversion failed)
Hanahan — 7:05 Denmark 92 kickoff return (Spigner kick)
Military Magnet — 7:48 Deangelo Rivers 7 run (Wiggins conversion)
Hanahan — :22 Walt Fagan 36 run (Spigner kick)
Next: Hanahan hosts Timberland Friday.
Records: Hanahan 1-0. Military Magnet 0-1.
Academic Magnet 43, Lincoln 42
Academic Magnet’s Nate Schlosser rushed for 180 yards and Logan Chuy ran for 104 more as Academic Magnet held off Lincoln in the season opener for both teams.
Lincoln 0 16 12 14—42
Ac. Magnet 16 12 15 0—43
AM — Logan Chuy 17 run (Nate Andersen kick)
AM — Safety
AM — Andersen 2 run (Andersen kick)
Lin — Pinckney 15 pass from Mannigault (Daquon Doiley run)
AM — Nate Schlosser 4 run (PAT failed)
Lin — Pinckney 1 run (Doiley run)
AM — Schlosser 9 run (PAT failed)
Lin — Franklin 25 run (conversion failed)
AM — Chuy 2 run (Schlosser pass from Chuy)
AM — Schlosser 25 pass from Chuy (Andersen kick)
Lin — Singleton 65 pass from Mannigault (conversion failed)
Lin -- Doiley 37 pass from Mannigault (conversion failed)
Lin — Franklin 75 pass from Mannigault (Mannigault run)
Records: Academic Magnet 1-0. Lincoln 0-1.
Next: Academic Magnet hosts Military Magnet Sept. 6.
Baptist Hill 54, Bethune-Bowman 8
Hollywood — Troy Harrison threw for 123 yards and a pair of touchdowns to help lift Baptist Hill over Bethune-Bowman in the season opener on Saturday night.
De’Angelo Frasier had three catches for 87 yards and a touchdown for the Bobcats, while Rashard Holmes rushed for 122 yards and a touchdown.
Beth.-Bowman 0 0 0 8— 8
Baptist Hill 12 13 21 8—54
BH—De’Angelo Frasier 54 pass from Troy Harrison (PAT failed)
BH—Dakota Holmes 37 pass from Harrison (PAT failed)
BH—Rashard Holmes 2 run (PAT failed)
BH—Rashard Holmes 5 run (Desean Gillard kick)
BH—Glenn Grant 5 run (Gillard kick)
BH—Troy Harrison 1 run (Gillard kick)
BH—Dakota Holmes 67 run (Gillard kick)
BH—Glen Grant 2 run (Run good)
Records: Baptist Hill 1-0, Bowman 0-1
Next: Stall at Baptist Hill on Friday.
Faith Christian 38, First Baptist 14
Jonathan Feagin threw for three touchdowns and Hunter Cook rushed for 105 yards to lead Faith Christian to its first season-opening win in school history on Friday night in SCISA 8-man football.
Devin Kirkwood had 12 tackles to lead the Knights’ defense.
Byrnes 51, Apopka (Fla.) 36
DUNCAN — Byrnes senior quarterback Shuler Bentley completed 22 of 40 passes for 288 yards and six TDs as the Rebels posted a win over Florida powerhouse Apopka, a season-opening game for both teams that was broadcast by ESPN.
The Rebels fell behind, 20-12, midway through the second quarter, but they received a spark from Lyrics Klugh, who returned a kickoff 91 yards for a touchdown.
Byrnes then went on to score 32 consecutive points.
Apopka QB Zack Darlington left the game midway through the fourth following a jarring hit by Byrnes linebacker Aymel Lyles.
Darlington was taken from the playing field on a stretcher and then airlifted from the facility by helicopter.
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