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Week 11 High School Football Scores, Vids & Pics

CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) - SCHSL AAAA

Goose Creek 21, Stratford 13 (Live 5 Game of the Week) - The Gators (10-1, 5-0 in Region 7-AAAA) held on to beat the Knights (8-3, 4-1) for the league title. It is Goose Creek's fifth straight region championship (on the field) and their eighth win in a row over their cross-town rivals.  The Gators built a 21-0 lead in the first half, but a pair of Xavier Young touchdowns closed the gap for Stratford. Young had to leave the game late with an injury.

Ashley Ridge 42, Fort Dorchester 34 - The Swamp Foxes (7-4, 3-1 in Region 8-AAAA) ruined the Patriots' (9-2, 3-1) quest for their first outright region title since 2000. Tre Jenkins returned a fumble for a touchdown in the third quarter to put Ashley Ridge up 42-21. So AR, Fort D and Summerville all get a share of the region championship.

Summerville 54, Bluffton 19 - The Green Wave (7-4, 3-1) closed the regular season with three straight wins, and may have clinched a home playoff game in the AAAA Division 1 bracket. Chris Felder ran for a couple of touchdowns to start the game. The Bobcats' season ends at 3-8, 0-4.

Wando 42, James Island 21 - The Warriors (6-5, 2-3 in Region 7-AAAA) pulled away from the Trojans (6-5, 1-4) in the second half.

Cane Bay 13, West Ashley 7 - The Cobras (5-6, 2-3 in Region 7-AAAA) got past the Wildcats (3-8, 1-4) to end the regular season.


SCHSL AAA Playoffs - First Round

Berkeley 35, Dreher 28 - The Stags (7-4) got a touchdown in the fourth quarter by Joseph Dress to break at 28-28 tie. Berkeley will host Midland Valley in the next round.

Hanahan 42, Lakewood 12 - The Hawks (7-4) dominate at home, and will go to Myrtle Beach for the second round.

SCHSL AA Division 1 Playoffs - First Round

Ridgeland-Hardeeville 51, Garrett 19 - The Falcons' season ends at 6-5.

SCHSL AA Division 2 Playoffs - First Round

Woodland 42, Johnsonville 14 - The Wolverines (7-4) built a 28-0 in the first half and never looked back. The top seed in the Lower State bracket will host Andrews next week. Lenard James ran for over 100 yards and two touchdowns for Woodland.

Timberland 42, Academic Magnet 0 - Daniel Robinson had 108 yards and two touchdowns on just five carries, and also caught a 33 yard touchdown as the Wolves (11-0) rolled in to the second round. Timberland will host Region 6-AA champ Whale Branch next week. The Raptors' wild season ends at 7-4.

Andrews 28, Bishop England 9 - The Battling Bishops were eliminated on the road. They finished the year at 4-7.

SCHSL A Division 1 Playoffs - First Round
St. John's 8, Latta 7 - The Islanders (8-3) got a touchdown and two-point conversion midway through the fourth quarter to edge the Vikings. It is St. John's first win in the postseason since 2006. They will host Bamberg-Ehrhardt next week.


SCHSL A Division 2 Playoffs - First Round

Cross 50, Branchville 14 - The Trojans (7-4) turned a close game at halftime in to a blowout. The Trojans will go to Estill next week.

Timmonsville 67, Military Magnet 12 - The Eagles' season is over at 4-7

Estill 70, Lincoln 0 - The Yellow Jackets' (4-7) best season record-wise since 1999 ends.



SCISA AAA Playoffs - First Round

Hammond 28, Pinewood Prep 7 - The Panthers (4-8) couldn't keep up with the regular season region champs.

Ben Lippen 44, Porter-Gaud 39 - The Cyclones (6-6) had a two-score lead, but ended up falling down the stretch.

SCISA AA Playoffs - First Round

Northwood Academy 54, Thomas Sumter 7 - The undefeated Chargers (11-0) led 33-0 after the first quarter, and rolled in to the SCISA AA semifinals where they will host Calhoun Academy


SCISA A Playoffs - First Round

Williamsburg Academy 42, Dorchester Academy 20 - The Raiders season ends at 4-7.

Dillon Christian 47, Colleton Prep 19 - The War Hawks (6-5) were eliminated on the road.

Live 5 Five Star Player of the Week

Douglas Dwight, WR, Northwood - Had 6 catches for 246 yards and 4 TD's in the Chargers playoff win. 

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