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After blowing an early 17-point lead, the Oceanside Collegiate Landsharks rallied for a 31-26 win over visiting Aynor in a first-round Class AAA playoff game at Johnson Hagood Stadium on Friday night. 

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SUMMERVILLE — Cane Bay quarterback Jayvion Johnson rushed for one touchdown and threw for another to lead the Cobras to a 13-10 victory over the visiting Swamp Foxes.

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GOOSE CREEK — With the Class AAAAA state playoffs starting next week, Goose Creek and Summerville gave fans a taste of the postseason on Friday night at John Fulmer field.

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First Baptist's undefeated football team was due to start the S.C. Independent Schools Association playoffs on Friday night, with a real shot at a state championship this season. But the private school's season came to an end on Thursday with the announcement that a Hurricanes player had tested positive for COVID-19.

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In past years, teams would play 10 regular-season games with the all-important region contests coming on the back end. This year, in an effort to make sure region games were played so that postseason berths could be determined, those games were played first and the non-region games were put at the end of the schedule.

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For the second consecutive season, the Philip Simmons volleyball team reached the Lower State finals of Class AA. And while the Iron Horses competed much better the second time around, the end result was the same.

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S.C. High School League teams have made it through some fall sports already, and the football playoffs are rapidly approaching even during the coronavirus pandemic. Commissioner Jerome Singleton says he counts that as a "win," but warns that the winter sports of basketball and wrestling will be even more difficult to pull off safely.

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First Baptist quarterback Will Daniel and Porter-Gaud running back/linebacker Walker Carswell are The Post and Courier's high school football players of the week after turning in extraordinary performances Friday night.

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Berkeley High School honored former head football coach  Jerry Brown prior to Friday night’s homecoming game against Stratford, officially placing his name on the players' entrance to the football field. 

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MONCKS CORNER — Berkeley High School opened the football season with a two-point loss to Goose Creek. The Stags have been on quite the roll since.


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