The S.C. High School League has decided on sites, kickoff times and attendance guidelines for the league's five football state championship games.
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Nine of 10 high school teams that made the state playoffs were eliminated with only Oceanside Collegiate advancing to the second round.
Philip Simmons High School plays Friday night in the first round of the Class AA football playoffs. It will be the first playoff appearance for the Lowcountry school that opened its doors in 2017.
Carolina Forest's Janack brothers have helped lead the Panthers to a 6-1 record and a spot in the 5A state playoffs.
The Georgetown High defense brought out its turnover chain four times in a 13-6 win over Carvers Bay Friday night.
After not even playing two years ago, North Myrtle Beach senior wide receiver Xavier Anderson made up for lost time with three touchdown catches in the Chiefs' 28-21 win over West Florence at the Hank Friday.
Carolina Forest junior running back/linebacker Luke Janack scored five touchdowns, three rushing and two interceptions returned for touchdowns, to help the Panthers trounce Socastee 41-6 and claim a spot in the 5A state playoffs.
Carvers Bay senior offensive lineman/defensive lineman scored a 70-yard touchdown off a teammate's fumble on a kickoff late in the game to drastically shift momentum and help Bears come out on top.
Carolina Forest defeated Socastee 41-6 on the road Friday night to clinch a spot in the 5A state playoffs behind five total touchdowns from Luke Janack.