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ROCK HILL, FORT MILL, CHESTER FRIDAY NIGHT SCORES
Note: Several teams in the Herald’s coverage area are being sidelined this week due to COVID-19 protocols.
Northwest 48, Rock Hill 14
Catawba Ridge 35, Nation Ford 14
Chester 41, Fort Mill 0
The Chester Cyclones scored in every quarter and routed the Fort Mill Yellow Jackets 41-0 in an out-of-region game in Chester.
Antonio Hopkins started the scoring with a 32-yard rush in the middle of the first quarter. The game topped a 72-yard drive who took five shots.
Darius Head increased the score to 14-0 with less than a minute to go in the first period. He scored in a five-meter run. The touchdown capped a 73-yard run that took 11 plays.
Ja’Quan Carter made it 21-0 midway through the second period when he scored from 19 yards. The Cyclones took this lead in the locker room at half-time.
They added another point early in the third period for a 27-0 advantage. Head rushed 20 meters to cap a 65-meter ride.
Chester added two more scores in the fourth quarter to account for the final score.
Chester improved to 1-1 on the year, while Fort Mill fell to 0-2.
Myers Park 35, Clover 13
The Myers Park Mustangs took a 14-0 lead after one period, survived a Clover rally in the second quarter and defeated the Blue Eagles 35-13 in an out-of-region game at Clover.
Lucas Lenhoff managed both Myers Park scores in the first period. He hit Tavion Neal on a 50-yard game to make it 7-0 midway through the first quarter. He joined Amir Turner with 37 seconds left in the period for a 14-0 advantage.
Clover fired back. When a Myers Park shot on a punt attempt sailed into the end zone, Darius Bowser fell on it for a Blue Eagles touchdown and it was 14-7. Clover added another score at the end of the time limit in the first half. Joe Boyd passed to Bowser on a 43-yard play that made it 14-13 at halftime.
The Mustangs controlled the second half. They scored a touchdown in the third period for a 21-13 lead and opened the game with a pair of scores in the final 12 minutes.
Lenhoff passed to Donyea Coleman on a 44-yard playoff for a 21-13 lead halfway through the third stanza. He found Turner on a 20-yard play to make it 28-13 early in the fourth quarter. Myers Park closed the scoring with a 12-yard run from Derek McKnight.
Both teams are now 1-1 of the year.
Richland North East 25, Andrew Jackson 9
The Richland Northeast Cavaliers took a 13-3 halftime lead and beat the Andrew Jackson Volunteers 25-9 in an out-of-region game at RNE.
The Cavaliers led 6-0 after one period, but the Vols managed a field goal early in the second period to reduce the deficit to 6-3. RNE went 13-3 in the middle of the second quarter, and he stayed that way until intermission.
The Cavaliers increased it to 19-3 in the third period, and added another score early in the fourth quarter for a 25-3 advantage. Andrew Jackson closed the scoring with a touchdown in the fourth period.
RNE improved to 2-0 over the year. Flights are 0-1.
Lewisville 46, Wagener-Salley 22
The Lewisville Lions escaped in the final period to post a 46-22 victory over the Wagener-Salley War Eagles in an out-of-region game at Wagener.
The War Eagles opened the scoring with a touchdown in the first quarter, but Lewisville reduced it to 8-7 before the end of the period.
The Lions scored in the second period and took a 14-8 halftime lead. After Wagener-Salley tied at 14-14, Lewisville scored twice to take a 27-14 advantage at the end of the third period.
Lewisville opened the game in the last quarter. They scored three times, while limiting the War Eagles to one score.
Lewisville is 2-0 this year, while Wagener-Salley is 1-1.
Great Falls 38, Eau Claire 30
The Great Falls Red Devils scored in every quarter and edged the Eau Claire Shamrocks 38-30 in a non-regional game at Great Falls.
At the end of the first quarter, the score was tied at 16-16. The Red Devils got a score in the second quarter for a 24-16 lead, but the Shamrocks responded with a touchdown, and it was 24-22 in intermission.
Great Falls added a touchdown in the third period for a 30-22 cushion and scored another run in the final period to make it 38-22. Eau Claire scored late in the game to make it 38-30, but the Red Devils recovered the in-play kick and ran out of time.
The Red Devils are 2-0 on the year, while Eau Claire is 0-1.