Lowcountry High School Football Week 13 Coverage

The high school football season is winding down. The SCHSL teams will hold their state quarterfinals on Friday while SCISA will have their state title games on Saturday. Be sure to check back here for updated scores, pics and video throughout the weekend.



FINAL - (#2)Spring Valley 24, (#1)Ft. Dorchester 66 - Dakereon Joyner threw for 2 TD's, rushed for 2 TD's and caught a TD pass as the Patriots improve to 13-0 on the season. DeAngelo Knight threw the scoring pass to Joyner and also added 2 interceptions on defense. Ft. Dorchester will travel to Dutch Fork for the Lower State finals on Friday.

FINAL - (#2)Summerville 8, (#1)Dutch Fork 28 - Andre Banks had over 120 yards of total offense filling in for injured QB Jonathan Bennett but it wasn't enough as the Green Wave's season is ended at 10-3. Deonte Geddis had the lone TD for Summerville with an 85 yard kick return for a TD late in the 4th.


FINAL - (#1)North Myrtle Beach 17, (#1)Berkeley 34 - Eric Tuttle threw for 195 yards and 2 TD's and added another score on the ground as the Stags move to 12-1 on the season and advance to the Lower State finals. They'll travel to Hartsville on Friday night.


FINAL - (#2)Brookland-Cayce 28, (#1)Timberland 12 - Jonathan Thomas rushed for 2 TD's but the Wolves couldn't hold on to an early 12-0 lead as their season ends at 9-4.


FINAL - (#1)Bamberg-Ehrhardt 15, (#1)Carvers Bay 0 - The Bears season ends at 11-2.


FINAL - (#2)Lake View 32, (#1)Baptist Hill 46 - Corey Fields threw for 435 yards and 6 touchdowns as the Bobcats improve to 9-1 on the year. They'll host CE Murray in the Lower State finals on Friday.

FINAL - (#1)CE Murray 20, (#1)Hemingway 19 - The War Eagles pull off the upset handing the Tigers their first loss of the season. Khalil Williams scored the go-ahead touchdown for CE Murray with 1:36 left in the 4th quarter.


SCISA AA State Finals

FINAL - Trinity Byrnes 20,  First Baptist 35 - Michel Dukes rushed for 170 yards and 4 touchdowns as the Hurricanes overcame a 20-0 halftime deficit to win their 2nd straight state championship in Columbia on Saturday. Jackson Watson was part of a defense that shutdown the Titans in the 2nd half as he had 18 tackles and 3 fumble recoveries. The Hurricanes end the season at 11-1.