High school football roundup: Week 9

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STARS: Quarterback Anthony Smalls rushed for three touchdowns and threw for two TDs to lead Hanahan.

NOTE:Hanahan clinched the region 8-AAA title with the win.

Records: Hanahan 8-1, 4-0.

Next: Hanahan at Stall.

Hanahan 21 21 14 7—63

Hilton Head 0 7 0 14—28

H—Anthony Smalls 5 run (Kyle Spigner kick)

H—Smalls 11 run (Spigner kick).

H—Sammy Richardson 30 pass from Smalls (Spigner kick).

HH—Caleb Martin 35 pass from Michael Julian (Colin White kick).

H—Quan Wade 94 kickoff return (Spigner kick).

H—Smalls 2 run (Spigner kick).

H—Sam Denmark 15 pass from Smalls (Spigner kick).

H—Octavius Hayes 29 run (Spigner kick).

H—Mason Schwerzeler 3 run (Spigner kick).

HH—Kaylon Ford 13 run (White kick).

H—Haven Horlback 1 run (Vedor Winsland kick).

HH—Ford 11 run (White kick).

HH—Robbie Iulo 70 pass from Julian (White kick).

STARS: Stuart Walters totaled 253 yards on 27 carries and reached the endzone on five occasions, including a 75-yard kickoff return for a touchdown. Nate Schlosser finished with 100 yards on 18 carries and a TD, marking the second straight game that Walters and Schlosser have had 100 yards or more. This marks the first winning season in Academic Magnet school history.

Records: Academic Magnet 6-3, 3-3 Region 6-AA; North Charleston 0-7, 0-6.

Next: Academic Magnet at Battery Creek; North Charleston at Burke.

North Charleston 6 8 14 0—28

Academic Magnet 7 14 14 7—42

AM — Nate Schlosser 8 run (Nate Andersen kick)

NC — Gillmore 3 yard run (run failed)

AM — Stuart Walters 8 run (Andersen kick)

AM — Walters 8 run (Andersen kick)

NC — Mack 60 pass from Gillmore (Smalls run)

AM — Walter 53 run (Andersen kick)

NC — Gillmore 4 run (Brown from Gilmore pass)

AM — Walter 75 kickoff return (Andersen kick)

NC — Antonio Mack 11 pass from Gillmore (pass failed)

AM — Walters 14 run (Andersen kick)

KEY PLAY: Shaun White’s 16-yard touchdown reception lifted in the fourth quarter to lift Ashley Ridge over Beaufort.

STARS: Jacob Thompson 7-for-13 for 116 yards and two touchdowns. Romelo Doctor 26 carries for 123 yards.

Notes: Ashley Ridge held Beaufort to 54 second half yards.

Records: Ashley Ridge 3-6, 2-1; Beaufort 3-6, 0-3.

Next: Ashley Ridge hosts Summerville; Beaufort at Fort Dorchester.

Ashley Ridge 0 7 3 7—17

Beaufort 7 3 2 0—12

B — 60 run (kick good)

AR — Mickie Goodwine 26 pass Jacob Thompson (Cameron Smith kick)

B — 37 Field Goal

AR — Smith 27 Field Goal)

B — Safety

AR — Shaun White 16 pass Thompson (Smith kick)

KEY PLAY: Dakota Holmes returned a kickoff 85 yards for a touchdown with 3:38 left following a Cross touchdown to secure a see-saw victory over the Trojans.

Records:Baptist Hill 6-3, 3-0 in Region 6-A; Cross 7-3, 2-2 in Region 6-A.

Next: Military Magnet at Baptist Hill; Cross is open.

Baptist Hill 8 12 7 6—33

Cross 8 8 0 8—24

C — Anthony Myers 28 fumble recovery (Dionte Evans run)

BH — Shaquille Coles 25 pass from Troy Harrison (Dakota Holmes run)

C — Diamonte Evans 14 run (Myers pass from Dionte Evans)

BH — Josh Wright 30 pass from Troy Harrison (run failed)

BH — Lewis White 2 run (pass failed)

BH — Antonio Green 8 run (Dre’Shaun Gilliard kick)

C — Dionte Evans 50 pass from Myers (DeVonta Shepherd run)

BH — Holmes 85 kick return (kick)

STARS: Burke’s Craig Williams completed 10-of-20 for 233 yards and two TDs. Williams also rushed for 144 yards on 18 carries and a TD. The Bulldogs Devon Smith made two receiving touchdowns totaling 60 yards.

Records: Burke 1-8, 0-6 Region 6-AA; Battery Creek 6-3, 3-3 Region 6-AA.

Next: Burke hosts North Charleston; Battery Creek hosts Academic Magnet.

Battery Creek 28 22 14 7—71

Burke 15 0 6 6—27

KEY PLAYERS: Coastal Christian quaterback Cameron Barrett was 17-29 with 287 yards and 4 touchdowns.

RECORDS: Coastal Christian 6-3, Cathedral 6-3.

NEXT: Coastal Christian hosts Ridge. Cathedral at Faith Christian.

CC 12 16 20 16—64

Cathedral 14 6 8 8— 36

STARS: First Baptist’s Bradford Allen hauled in five receptions for 114 yards and three TDs. Allen also had 61-yard kickoff return for a touchdown and made a 62-yard punt return for a score. Alex Frazier had 141 yards on seven carries and reached the endzone on three occasions.

Records: First Baptist 9-0; Fountain Inn Christian 3-4.

Next: First Baptist host Coastal School (Pembroke, Ga.)

First Baptist 22 28 16 6—72

Fountain Inn 22 6 0 0—28

KEY PLAYERS: Antonio Davis had 164 yards receiving and 3 touchdowns for Garrett.

RECORDS: Garrett 5-4; Ridgeland 4-5.

NEXT: Garrett at Woodland, Ridgeland at Bishop England.

Ridgeland 0 8 0 8—16

Garrett 14 8 16 0—38

G — Antonio Davis 52 pass from Jalen Holt. (Justin Mitchell run)

G — Mitchell 38 run. (Run fail)

G — Mitchell 12 run. (Holt run)

R — 1 run. (Run good)

G — Davis 68 pass from Holt. (Davis pass from Holt)

G — Davis 82 pass from Holt. (Mitchell run)

R — 1 run. (Run good)

RECORDS: James Island 5-5, 2-2; Stall 2-7, 0-4.

NEXT: James Island plays at Organgeburg-Wilkerson. Stall hosts Hanahan.

James Island 0 20 14 13—47

Stall 0 6 0 0— 6

JI — Cornell Stanley 62 run. (Run failed)

JI — Scott Simmons 2 run. (Run failed)

S — 16 run. (Run failed)

JI — Tyler Wilder 50 pass from Ty Stubbs. (Converstion good)

JI — Simmons 6 run. (Converstion good)

JI — Stanley 37 run. (Kick fail)

JI — Wilder 28 pass from Stubbs. (Kick fail)

JI — Buss Hamilton 7 run. (Stubbs kick)

Records:Hilton Head Christian 8-1; Palmetto Christian 7-2.

Next: Thomas Heyward at Palmetto Christian

Palmetto 0 6 0 12—18

Hilton Head 14 6 0 21—41

STARS: Rashae Bey finished with 124 yards and a pair of touchdowns on six carries. Bey also made a pair of interception returns for touchdowns totaling 124 yards. Damien Hurta finished with three interceptions, including two for touchdowns. Dan Glover totaled 19 tackles for the Cavaliers.

Records: St. John’s 9-0, 8-0 Region 6-A; Patrick Henry 6-4, 3-4 Region 6-A.

Next: St. John’s at Carolina Academy.

Patrick Henry 0 0 0 6— 6

St. John’s 30 16 16 0—62

SJ — Rashae Bey 49 run (Bey run)

SJ — Bey 73 interception return (Bey run)

SJ — Damien Hurta 28 pass from Britt Pipkin (Bey run)

SJ — Jalen Ward 42 pass from Pipkin (run failed)

SJ — Ward 8 pass from Pipkin (Joe Denton pass from Pipkin)

SJ — Hurta 74 interception return (Bey run)

SJ — Bey 10 run (Ward run)

SJ — Bey 51 interception return (William Brown run)

PH — Drayton Carson 32 pass from Blair Moore (pass failed)

STARS: Will Lloyd completed 26-of-41 passes for 323 yards and a pair of touchdown strikes. D.J. Dwight made seven receptions for 132 yards and a pair of touchdowns. Josh Chambers made nine tackles and two fumble recoveries for the Chargers.

Records: Northwood Academy 2-7, Thomas Heyward 9-1.

Next: Northwood Academy hosts Bible Baptist.

Northwood Acdy 0 12 0 15—27

Thomas Heyward 8 14 8 12—42

TH — Bryan Lee Wade 2 pass from J.B. Tuten (Ryan Day run)

TH — Day 7 pass from Tuten (pass failed)

NA — D.J. Dwight 31 pass from Will Lloyd (kick failed)

NA — Darrett Drayton 22 run (kick failed)

TH — Day 14 run (Jared Roundtree run)

TH — Day 3 run (Day run)

NA — Lloyd 1 run (Trey Orr pass from Lloyd)

TH — Day 1 run (pass failed)

TH — Wade 22 pass from Tuten (run failed)

NA — Dwight 9 pass from Lloyd (Andrew Singer kick)

KEY PLAYERS: Timberland running back Adam June had 107 yards and 2 touchdowns on 14 rushes. Austin McKiney had 8 rushes for 74 yards along with 51 yards receiving and a touchdown.

RECORDS: Timberland 8-1; Andrews 2-6.

NEXT: Timberland hosts Lee Central.

Timberland 13 20 0 7—40

Andrews 0 0 0 0— 0

T — DeAndre Pressley 29 run. (Shane Carver kick)

T — Roderick McCray 4 run. (Kick fail)

T — Austin Mckinney 51 pass from McCray. (Run fail)

T — Matt Gabel 10 run. (Carver kick)

T — Adam June 8 run. (Carver kick)

T — June 2 run. (Carver kick)

KEY PLAY:The Stags blocked a punt and recovered it on Orangeburg Wilkinson’s 23-yard line, setting up the game-winning score in the third quarter. Three plays later, Berkeley quarterback Matthew Harkness scored on an 8-yard run.

STARS:Asanti Dantzler returned the opening kickoff 80 yards for a touchdown and Dee Harley had a 60-yard punt return for a TD in the first quarter jump start Berkeley’s night.

NEXT:Berkeley hosts Hilton Head.

ReCORDS: Berkeley 3-6, 2-2