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High School Football Report: South Piedmont 3A race tightening up

Concord coach Glen D. Padgett has his team in position to win a South Piedmont 3A title
Concord coach Glen D. Padgett has his team in position to win a South Piedmont 3A title

It’s a logjam at the top of the South Piedmont 3A race, and a pair of Nov. 4 games will go a long way to helping sort things out. Meanwhile, 2 big games top Friday’s schedule.

One of the tightest races for a conference championship in the Charlotte region is being played out in the South Piedmont 3A, where four teams are in the title race with two regular-season games remaining.

Concord’s 41-32 victory last Friday over West Rowan, left three teams – Concord, Jay M. Robinson and West Rowan – tied at 6-1 atop the conference. Just a game behind is Hickory Ridge.

A pair of games Nov. 4 could help sort out the logjam. Concord travels to Cabarrus County rival Jay M. Robinson, and Hickory Ridge visits West Rowan.

Meanwhile, a pair of big games are on Friday night’s schedule:

▪ In the Southern Meck 8 4A, first-place Charlotte Catholic (5-0) is home against Ardrey Kell (4-1). The Knights’ only loss in the conference has been to West Mecklenburg.

▪ In the North Piedmont 3A-4A, Mooresville travels to Iredell County rival Lake Norman in a meeting of teams with 5-0 conference records.

SOUTHERN MECK 8 4A

Ardrey Kell 56, Berry 6: The Knights stayed within shouting distance of first-place Catholic, scoring their biggest victory of the season.

Charlotte Catholic 42, West Mecklenburg 6: Brady Berger threw two touchdown passes, and Milan Howard ran for two Cougar scores.

Harding 54, Providence 46: The Rams reached the four-victory mark for the first time in seven years. Jaquan Rankin’s 62-yard interception return for a touchdown was a big defensive play in a game with mostly big offensive plays.

Olympic 43, South Mecklenburg 14: In the week’s big surprise, the Trojans walloped the Sabres, building a 23-0 lead in the second quarter.

This week’s big games: It’s the last chance for a contender to stop Charlotte Catholic, as Ardrey Kell visits the Cougars. Providence travels to South Mecklenburg in the renewal of a south Charlotte rivalry.

SOUTHERN MECK 8 4A

League All

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Catholic 5 0 8 1 324 92

West Meck 4 1 7 2 326 209

Ardrey Kell 4 1 6 3 324 262

Harding 2 3 4 5 257 329

South Meck 2 3 4 5 229 193

Providence 2 3 3 6 268 297

Olympic 1 4 3 6 241 270

Berry Academy 0 5 1 8 101 394

SOUTHWESTERN 4A

Butler 55, Porter Ridge 17: The Pirates took a 10-7 lead in the first quarter, but Butler outscored the hosts 35-0 in the second period, turning this into yet another one-sided Bulldog victory.

East Mecklenburg 70, Garinger 6: Khamal Howard rushed 20 times for 250 yards and scored five touchdowns.

Myers Park 47, Independence 7: Elijah Bowick had a school-record five touchdown receptions.

This week’s big games: Butler has clinched the championship, as it owns the tie-breaker over Myers Park. The Bulldogs have a bye this week. Rocky River is the favorite at Independence and will share third place with the winner of the East Mecklenburg-at-Porter Ridge game.

SOUTHWESTERN 4A

League All

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Butler 5 0 9 1 434 138

Myers Park 3 1 8 1 246 165

East Meck 2 2 5 4 331 212

Porter Ridge 2 2 5 4 256 200

Rocky River 2 2 4 5 217 298

Independence 1 3 1 8 109 328

Garinger 0 5 0 10 51 517

MECKA 4A

Hough 31, West Charlotte 0: Jackson Gibbs’ two touchdown passes led the Huskies.

Mallard Creek 24, A.L. Brown 7: Darnell Walker ran for two touchdowns. The Wonders’ score came on a fumble recovery return.

Vance 48, North Mecklenburg 7: It was the Kingsley Ifedi show again, as Vance’s quarterback threw four touchdown passes, three to Jeremiah Hall.

This week’s big games: Mallard Creek has the week off. Vance is home against Hopewell, and Hough entertains North Mecklenburg. A three-way tie is very possible after Friday night’s results.

MECKA 4A

League All

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Mallard Creek 4 1 7 2 270 134

Vance 3 1 8 1 441 163

Hough 3 1 6 3 281 147

A.L. Brown 2 2 6 3 246 141

West Charlotte 2 3 2 8 101 308

North Meck 1 3 3 6 210 206

Hopewell 0 4 1 8 70 376

SOUTHEASTERN 4A

Pinecrest 41, Purnell Swett 17

Richmond Senior 55, Lumberton 19: Jaleel Baldwin caught seven passes for 150 yards and four touchdowns, and Damonte Bennett ran for 100 yards and two touchdowns.

Scotland County 28, Hoke County 2: Beset by penalties, the Scots’ offense managed enough offense to remain unbeaten. Syheam McQueen had two touchdown runs.

This week’s big games: Pinecrest, which has lost only to Scotland County, visits Richmond Senior. Pinecrest’s hopes of tying for first place rest on beating Richmond Senior this week and having Richmond top Scotland next week.

SOUTHEASTERN 4A

League All

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Scotland 3 0 9 0 325 54

Richmond 2 0 6 2 308 130

Pinecrest 2 1 8 1 337 128

Purnell Swett 0 2 3 5 145 242

Lumberton 0 2 2 6 166 267

Hoke 0 2 1 7 123 249

NORTHWESTERN 3A-4A

Fred T. Foard 32, Hickory 14: The victorious Tigers had five sacks, and Gavin Shoemaker ran for two touchdowns and caught a touchdown pass.

Hibriten 53, Freedom 0: The Panthers rolled yet again, as Jamar Ferguson threw two touchdown passes and ran for another. McKinley Witherspoon ran for 125 yards and a pair of scores.

South Caldwell 41, St. Stephens 13: The Spartans got their first victory of the season, with Jason Martin passing for 254 yards. Defensive tackle Tyler Granger returned an interception 48 yards for a touchdown.

Watauga 49, Patton 7: The Pioneers stamped themselves as the league’s No. 2 team, with Hamilton Castle running for three touchdowns and Evan Suggs for two more.

This week’s top games: Hibriten visits Patton in a meeting of high-scoring teams. Watauga will hope to remain in the title race when it visits Hickory.

NORTHWESTERN 3A-4A

League All

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Hibriten 5 0 9 0 449 76

Watauga 4 1 6 3 448 243

Patton 3 2 6 3 325 290

Freedom 3 2 5 4 279 251

Hickory 2 3 2 7 215 367

Fred T. Foard 1 4 3 6 135 336

St. Stephens 1 4 2 7 185 323

South Caldwell 1 4 1 8 169 422

NORTH PIEDMONT 3A-4A

Lake Norman 49, North Iredell 14: The Wildcats padded their record to 9-0, with Cole Ladowski running for two touchdowns and passing for another. Ryan Taylor started the game with a 92-yard kickoff return for a Lake Norman score.

Mooresville 35, Alexander Central 14: The Blue Devils tamed Alexander’s high-powered offense and got three touchdown runs from Chris Murrell. Donshel Jetton rushed for 188 yards and a touchdown.

South Iredell 44, North Lincoln 13: The Vikings remained in third place, with Brady Pope throwing three touchdown passes.

Statesville 42, West Iredell 26: The Greyhounds won their third in a row, building a 35-6 lead in the third quarter. Bryant Young threw for three touchdowns.

This week’s big games: The conference title likely will be decided Friday night, when Lake Norman visits Mooresville. Statesville, winner of three straight, visits high-scoring Alexander Central.

NORTH PIEDMONT 3A-4A

League All

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Lake Norman 5 0 9 0 411 156

Mooresville 5 0 7 2 253 105

South Iredell 3 2 6 3 339 195

Statesville 3 2 4 5 211 228

Alexander 2 3 6 3 422 266

West Iredell 1 4 3 6 187 316

North Lincoln 1 4 1 8 108 349

North Iredell 0 5 0 9 111 277

SOUTH PIEDMONT 3A

Concord 41, West Rowan 32: The Spiders moved into a first-place tie by outscoring the Falcons 24-6 in the final 12 minutes of play. P.J. Hall had three second-half scoring runs.

Cox Mill 17, Central Cabarrus 2: The Chargers held Central Cabarrus to less than 120 yards’ offense.

Hickory Ridge 55, South Rowan 0: Trevor Shue threw three touchdown passes and ran for another score. The Ragin’ Bulls led 55-0 at halftime.

Jay M. Robinson 49, East Rowan 23: Josh Dale passed for 256 yards and three touchdowns. East Rowan was hurt by six turnovers.

Northwest Cabarrus 17, Carson 14: Rico Sistoque’s field goal made the difference for the Trojans.

This week’s top games: The league’s tri-leaders travel Friday to face opposition from the bottom half of the standings. Concord is at Northwest Cabarrus, Jay M. Robinson travels to South Rowan, and West Rowan is at Cox Mill. Hickory Ridge, one game out of first place, is home against Carson.

SOUTH PIEDMONT 3A

League All

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Concord 6 1 7 2 295 135

Jay M. Robinson 6 1 7 2 336 127

West Rowan 6 1 7 2 280 180

Hickory Ridge 5 2 7 2 255 137

Cox Mill 3 4 3 6 116 248

Carson 2 5 3 6 146 220

C. Cabarrus 2 5 3 6 166 186

East Rowan 2 5 3 6 172 242

NW Cabarrus 2 5 2 7 65 246

South Rowan 1 6 1 8 87 355

SOUTHERN CAROLINA 3A

Cuthbertson 28, Anson 14: Christian Heinzelman ran for a pair of Cavalier touchdowns.

Marvin Ridge 40, Piedmont 13: Austin Colonna completed 13 of 17 passes for 171 yards and two touchdowns, and the Mavericks won for the fifth time in their last six games. Matt Price and Josh Collura each had 100 yards rushing for Piedmont.

Weddington 49, Sun Valley 19: The Warriors, who have averaged 47 points in their last five games, pulled off an upset with this road win. Denzel Patton and James Shipley scored early touchdowns, helping Weddington build a shocking 35-0 lead in the second quarter. Sam Howell completed 16 of 27 passes for 217 yards and two Sun Valley scores.

This week’s top game: Weddington entertains Piedmont.

SOUTHERN CAROLINA 3A

League All

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Weddington 3 0 6 3 355 135

Sun Valley 2 1 7 2 375 227

Marvin Ridge 2 1 5 4 325 201

Anson 1 2 4 5 169 185

Cuthbertson 1 2 4 5 235 224

Piedmont 0 3 3 6 171 206

BIG SOUTH 2A-3A

East Gaston 35, North Gaston 28: Nick Ferens ran for a touchdown and passed for two more for East Gaston. Brae Wooten rushed for 164 yards and a Wildcat touchdown.

Forestview 27, Ashbrook 13: The Jaguars remained in a second-place tie, as Chapparal Smith ran for two touchdowns. Tramone Duncan blocked an Ashbrook punt and returned it for a score.

Hunter Huss 42, Stuart Cramer 16: The Huskies battered the usually-stout Storm defense, as Jaquavious Butler ran 15 times for 116 yards and a touchdown. Tony Davis scored for Hunter Huss on a 70-yard kickoff return.

South Point 48, Lake Norman Charter 0: Jake Alexander ran 15 times for 155 yards and four Red Raider touchdowns. South Point led 35-0 at halftime. Lake Norman Charter has been outscored 149-0 in its last three games.

This week’s top games: Hunter Huss disposed of one contender, Stuart Cramer, last week. This Friday, the Huskies entertain Forestview. Meanwhile, fast-improving South Point is home against North Gaston.

BIG SOUTH 2A-3A

League All

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Hunter Huss 5 0 6 3 298 156

Forestview 4 1 6 3 179 130

South Point 4 1 5 4 277 121

Stuart Cramer 3 2 6 3 214 127

Ashbrook 2 3 3 6 225 240

East Gaston 2 3 3 6 186 379

L. Norman Ch. 0 5 4 5 152 239

North Gaston 0 5 1 8 198 387

SOUTH MOUNTAIN 2A-3A

Burns 31, Draughn 0: Aaron Hill rushed 12 times for 148 yards and two touchdowns.

Crest 35, East Rutherford 13: The Crest defense held the Cavaliers to 130 yards offense. Meanwhile, Tavian Brintley ran for three Charger scores.

Kings Mountain 24, Chase 3: The Mountaineers continued their late-season surge, converting two of four Chase turnovers into touchdowns. Kings Mountain led in total yardage 338 to 64.

R-S Central 42, East Burke 7: Tyrese Tate and Tyler Simmons each had a pair of touchdown runs for the Hilltoppers.

This week’s top games: The teams tied for second place, Burns and Crest, meet at Burns. Meanwhile, Shelby is home against Draughn.

SOUTH MOUNTAIN 2A-3A

League All

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Shelby 6 0 9 0 378 76

Burns 5 1 8 1 265 118

Crest 5 1 7 2 246 95

Kings Mountain 5 2 7 3 313 154

R-S Central 3 3 5 4 196 206

East Burke 2 4 2 7 98 297

Chase 1 5 3 5 118 183

Draughn 1 6 2 8 96 277

E. Rutherford 0 6 2 7 142 258

SOUTHERN DISTRICT 7 2A

Bunker Hill 26, Bandys 6: The Bears got their first victory of the season and snapped a 15-game losing streak. Ethan Howard rushed for 121 yards and two touchdowns.

Lincolnton 49, Newton-Conover 6: Sage Surratt caught five passes for 132 yards and two touchdowns. That increased his career receiving total to 4,897 yards, breaking the state career record held by Mohamed Massaquoi of Independence High.

Maiden 59, West Lincoln 22: Caleb Farley passed for three touchdowns and ran for two more.

West Caldwell 42, East Lincoln 32: The Warriors stayed unbeaten in league play, as Jeremy Boyce ran for 171 yards and two touchdowns.

This week’s top games: A league that has had several big games this season has perhaps the biggest Friday night, with West Caldwell visiting Lincolnton. Another big contest has East Lincoln traveling to Maiden.

SOUTHERN DISTRICT 7 2A

League All

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Lincolnton 5 0 9 0 442 157

West Caldwell 5 0 8 1 298 127

Maiden 4 1 7 2 403 219

East Lincoln 3 2 7 2 361 141

West Lincoln 2 3 5 4 215 210

Bunker Hill 1 4 1 8 114 377

Newton-Conover 0 5 4 5 288 232

Bandys 0 5 2 7 264 450

ROCKY RIVER 2A

Monroe 37, Parkwood 7: The Redhawk defense picked off two Parkwood passes and recovered four fumbles.

Mount Pleasant 70, Central Academy 0: The Tigers led 56-0 at halftime, behind two rushing touchdowns apiece from Clayton Earnhardt, Garrett Overbay and Landon Honeycutt.

West Stanly 44, Forest Hills 23: Malik Jackson ran for two touchdowns and returned an interception for a third score.

This week’s top game: First place is at stake when West Stanly visits Monroe.

ROCKY RIVER 2A

League All

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Monroe 3 0 7 2 266 131

West Stanly 3 0 7 2 298 162

Mount Pleasant 2 1 4 5 284 243

Parkwood 1 2 5 4 205 218

Central Academy 0 3 1 8 90 374

Forest Hills 0 3 0 9 165 353

CENTRAL CAROLINA 2A

Lexington 29, West Davidson 26

North Rowan 14, East Davidson 13: Jayden Jones’ 74-yard touchdown run and Jacob Young’s conversion kick in the third quarter lifted the Cavaliers to victory.

Thomasville 28, Salisbury 26: Down 28-6 in the fourth quarter, the Hornets rallied but fell just short.

This week’s top game: North Rowan hopes to remain unbeaten in league play when it entertains Thomasville.

CENTRAL CAROLINA 2A

League All

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North Rowan 3 0 7 2 227 130

East Davidson 2 1 7 2 242 155

Thomasville 2 1 4 5 188 172

Lexington 1 2 4 4 218 181

Salisbury 1 2 2 7 142 225

West Davidson 0 3 3 6 161 251

SOUTHERN PIEDMONT 1A

Community School of Davidson 13, Highland Tech 0: The Spartans won for the first time this season.

Mountain Island Charter 55, Victory Christian 12: Kyle Holcomb completed 10 of 13 passes for 222 yards and two touchdowns. The Raptors are averaging 51 points in their last six games.

Pine Lake Prep 26, Cherryville 14: Taylor Hochman and Will Harwood each rushed for more than 100 yards for Pine Lake Prep. Preston Elliott passed for 154 yards for Cherryville.

Thomas Jefferson Academy 42, Bessemer City 8: Bill Lay rushed 31 times for 119 yards and a pair of Gryphon touchdowns.

This week’s top game: Bessemer City seeks to take over first place when it hosts Highland Tech.

SOUTHERN PIEDMONT 1A

League All

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Mtn. Island Ch. 4 1 8 1 401 77

Bessemer City 4 1 6 3 225 135

Cherryville 2 1 2 7 164 245

Thomas Jeff Ac. 2 2 6 3 383 140

Pine Lake Prep 2 2 3 6 196 232

Comm. Sch. of Davidson 1 3 1 8 139 397

Highland Tech 0 5 1 8 27 387

YADKIN VALLEY 1A

East Montgomery 48, North Moore 34: The Eagles built a 41-14 lead after three quarters and hung on.

North Stanly 51, Albemarle 0: The Comets improved to 4-2 in league play.

Union Academy 54, Chatham Central 12: Mohammed Missick had a big game, rushing 14 times for 216 yards and three touchdowns, and passing for 123 yards and another score.

West Montgomery 49, South Stanly 0: Jo Leake ran 10 times for 153 yards and three touchdowns, and Landon Williams had 11 tackles (two for loss).

This week’s top games: West Montgomery travels to South Davidson. East Montgomery has a bye and is preparing for the Nov. 4 showdown with West Montgomery. Meanwhile, third-place North Stanly is home against South Stanly.

YADKIN VALLEY 1A

League All

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E. Montgomery 7 0 10 0 424 137

W. Montgomery 6 0 9 0 424 88

North Stanly 4 2 5 4 296 249

North Moore 4 3 5 4 230 181

South Stanly 3 3 3 6 113 272

Union Academy 2 4 3 6 183 261

Chatham Central 1 5 2 7 142 380

Albemarle 1 5 1 8 74 422

S. Davidson 0 6 1 8 56 232

CISAA

Charlotte Country Day 28, Providence Day 9: The Bucs probably clinched the No. 4 seed in the state playoffs with this victory. Wes Bingham threw two touchdown passes.

Charlotte Latin 35, Charlotte Christian 10: The Hawks won the conference showdown of unbeatens, as Bates Jones passed for three touchdowns and ran for another.

This week’s top games: Charlotte Latin’s path to the CISAA title is blocked by Country Day, which will host the Hawks on Friday. Charlotte Christian travels to Providence Day.

CISAA

League All

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Clt. Latin 2 0 9 0 376 132

Clt. Christian 1 1 8 1 350 142

Country Day 1 1 4 5 151 220

Providence Day 0 2 3 6 220 232

N.C. INDEPENDENTS

Anderson (SC) Cavaliers 25, Cabarrus Stallions 12: The Stallions mustered only three first downs in their season finale.

Arden Christ School 57, Concord First Assembly 22: Bryan Jacobs ran 80 yards for a First Assembly touchdown, and Dwayne Crawford caught a 72-yard scoring pass.

Cannon School 14, Metrolina Christian 7: Jordan Johnson ran 19 times for 100 yards and two Cannon School scores.Davidson Day 41, Harrells Christian 0: Sam Hartman threw three touchdown passes for Norman Groulx.

Fayetteville Trinity Christian 42, Hickory Grove Christian 0: Hickory Grove was held to less than 110 yards’ total offense.

Hickory Hawks 68, Christ the King 6: The Hawks scored seven touchdowns in the first quarter.

High Point Christian 16, Northside Christian 12: Austin Williams had eight tackles for Northside, including two for losses. He also had a pair of sacks.

Mountain Island Charter 55, Victory Christian 12: Victory Christian committed four turnovers and was down 34-0 at halftime.

Rabun Gap (Ga.) Nacoochee 23, Carolina Pride 12: Matthew Brousard had nine receptions for 132 yards, and teammate Jay Halverson kicked two field goals for the Pride.

Statesville Christian 57, SouthLake Christian 7: Canaan Cox rushed for 260 yards and five touchdowns for the winners.

This week’s top games: Statesville Christian travels to Fayetteville Christian. Concord First Assembly visits Victory Christian. And Davidson Day is at Rabun Gap (Ga.) Nacoochee.

OTHER N.C. INDEPENDENTS

W L PF PA

Statesville Christian 8 2 395 166

Concord First Assembly 7 2 340 231

Davidson Day 7 2 377 138

Cannon School 5 4 178 147

Hickory Hawks 5 4 276 230

Metrolina Christian 5 4 197 166

Northside Christian 5 4 241 178

Cabarrus Stallions 4 5 205 204

Southlake Christian 3 6 171 310

Carolina Pride 2 6 121 277

New Covenant Knights 1 4 72 161

Victory Christian 1 6 110 350

Hick. Grove Christian 1 8 93 327

Christ the King 0 9 46 518

SOUTH CAROLINA

REGION 4 5A

Clover 38, Rock Hill 22: Willie Clark rushed 20 times for 139 yards and a Clover touchdown. Logan McFadden and Dre Robinson each had 120 yards passing for Rock Hill.

Northwestern 38, Nation Ford 25: Gage Moloney completed 20 of 29 passes for 304 yards and three touchdowns, leading the victors. But Kirk Rygol completed 36 of 54 passes for 333 yards and two touchdowns for the Falcons. Rygol also ran for a score.

Roebuck Dorman 38, Fort Mill 7: Ryan Heriot rushed for 81 yards for Fort Mill, but the Yellowjacket offense was shut down otherwise.

This week’s big games: The region’s teams close out their regular seasons with a couple of neighborhood rivalries – Rock Hill and Northwestern meeting at District Three Stadium in Rock Hill, and Fort Mill visiting Nation Ford.

REGION 4 5A

League All

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Northwestern 3 0 8 1 338 174

Nation Ford 2 1 6 3 305 195

Fort Mill 1 2 3 6 203 261

Rock Hill 1 2 2 7 266 319

Clover 1 3 6 3 245 193

REGION 3 4A

Ridge View 27, Blythewood Westwood 14

South Pointe 42, Richland Northeast 20: Derion Kendrick threw three touchdown passes for South Pointe, and teammate Steven Gilmore returned a kickoff 84 yards for a score.

York 35, Lancaster 24: The Cougars built a 28-17 halftime lead and relied on their defense in the second half.

This week’s big game: The region’s two unbeatens, South Pointe and York, meet in York.

REGION 3 4A

League All

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South Pointe 3 0 7 1 248 145

York 3 0 4 4 220 210

Ridge View 2 1 7 1 245 212

Lancaster 1 2 4 4 181 167

Richland NE 0 3 4 4 242 195

Westwood 0 3 2 6 115 196

REGION 4 3A

Camden 55, Indian Land 23: Camden returned a pair of interceptions for touchdowns.

Fairfield Central 28, Chester 21: Chester suffered its first region loss of the season, as Fairfield Central scored 21 points in the fourth quarter.

McCormick 30, Columbia 14

This week’s big game: Indian Land is home against region leader Fairfield Central. Chester has a bye.

REGION 4 3A

League All

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Fairfield Central 2 0 6 2 222 130

Chester 2 1 7 2 366 154

Camden 1 1 4 4 274 275

Indian Land 1 2 2 7 142 306

Columbia 0 2 2 6 145 222

REGION 4 2A

Andrew Jackson 35, Lee Central 12: The Volunteers handed Lee Central its first loss of the season, rallying from a 12-7 halftime deficit.

Chesterfield 45, North Central 0: Savion Watson threw two touchdown passes and ran for another.

Pageland Central 27, Buford 25: The Eagles rallied for this victory.

This week’s big game: Andrew Jackson completed region play with a road game at Buford. Region leader Cheraw has a bye. The Braves will play Hurricane Matthew-forced makeup games Nov. 4 and 11. Andrew Jackson will be idle for two weeks after Friday, until the start of the playoffs Nov. 18.

REGION 4 2A

League All

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Cheraw 4 0 7 1 232 98

Andrew Jackson 4 1 6 2 161 135

Lee Central 3 1 7 1 266 129

Central Pageland 2 2 5 3 181 158

Chesterfield 1 4 4 5 258 206

Buford 1 3 2 6 214 278

North Central 0 4 3 5 146 224

REGION 2 1A

Lamar 48, Great Falls 0: This dropped Great Falls to 0-9 on the season.

Lewisville 34, Timmonsville 22: Lewisville, coming off a bye, improved its overall mark to 7-1.

McBee 46, Camden Military 7

This week’s big game: McBee visits Lamar, while Lewisville travels to Great Falls in a local rivalry game.

REGION 2 1A

League All

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McBee 2 0 6 2 254 163

Lamar 2 1 8 1 337 111

Lewisville 1 1 7 1 270 134

Timmonsville 1 1 3 5 165 169

Great Falls 0 3 0 9 77 418

S.C. INDEPENDENTS

Carolina Crusaders 46, Asheville Saints 40 (Saturday): The Crusaders closed their season at the .500 mark.

St. Stephens Timberland 38, Franklin Christian 0 (Saturday): It was a victorious homecoming for Timberland.

S.C. INDEPENDENTS

W L PF PA

Carolina Crusaders 5 5 195 251

Franklin Academy 2 7 122 248

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