SCORES Week 5 21 Sep 2018

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SCORES Week 5 21 Sep 2018

Postby docgibbons » Sat Sep 22, 2018 8:58 pm

Week 5 - 21 Sep 2018
Augusta Christian 0 Heathwood Hall 43
Laurence Manning 35 Ben Lippen 19
First Baptist 21 Hammond 28
Porter-Gaud 27 Orangeburg Prep 0
Pinewood Prep 14 Wilson Hall 25
Greenwood Christian 53 Williamsburg 28
Florence Christian v Christian Academy DNP
Robert E. Lee 34 Oakbrook Prep 13
Trinity-Byrnes 62 The Kings 12
Hilton Head Christian 48 Dorchester 14
John Paul ll 32 Hilton Head Prep 29
Thomas Heyward 51 Northwood 3
Carolina Academy 30 Thomas Sumter 0
Dillon Christian v Pee Dee DNP
Bethesda 43 Northside Christian 0
Spartanburg Christian 13 Colleton Prep 3
Andrew Jackson Academy 64 Patrick Henry 8
Faith/Ridge Christian 14 Beaufort Academy 60
Holly Hill 18 Cathedral 12
Palmetto Christian 8 St. Johns Christian 58
Calhoun Academy 32 Laurens Academy 52
Clarendon Hall 44 Richard Winn 17
Jefferson Davis 46 Tri-Academy 0
Wardlaw 68 W.W. King 0

There's a report of Dillon Christian beating Pee Dee 32-26, but I confirmed with the Pee Dee coaches that they did not play. The Dillon Christian coach has yet to respond to my inquiries.
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Re: SCORES Week 5 21 Sep 2018

Postby SackThe_Back » Sun Sep 23, 2018 7:10 pm

Any scores stand out to anyone?
First Baptist-Hammond was the big game imo.

Tri-cademy still hasn't won, Wardlaw put up 68pts and pitched a shutout, and AJ Academy put a put a whoopin' on Patrick Henrey.

After next week, I imagine some schools will be ready to start basketball season :roll:
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Re: SCORES Week 5 21 Sep 2018

Postby KSML » Sun Sep 23, 2018 9:17 pm

[quote=“SackThe_Back”]Any scores stand out to anyone?
First Baptist-Hammond was the big game imo.

Tri-cademy still hasn’t won, Wardlaw put up 68pts and pitched a shutout, and AJ Academy put a put a whoopin’ on Patrick Henrey.

After next week, I imagine some schools will be ready to start basketball season :roll:[/quote]


Pretty proud of Laurens Academy over here.
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