SC Scoreboard: Week Three

SCOREBOARD

SCHSL Scores:

Abbeville 56 – Emerald 21
Academic Magnet 28 – Military Magnet 12
Academy of Richmond County, GA 33 – Aiken 25
Andrews 33 – Georgetown 32
Ashley Ridge 28 – Colleton County 17
Aynor 16 – Green Sea Floyds 6
Baptist Hill 56 – Burke 6
Barnwell 51 – Pelion 0
Beaufort 41 – Bluffton 21
Belton-Honea Path 43 – Easley 14
Berkeley 26 – Summerville 23
Bethune-Bowman 52 – North 0
Blackville-Hilda 46 – Great Falls 14
Blue Ridge 28 – Riverside 27
Blythewood 9 – Fairfield Central 6
Branchville 6 – Denmark-Olar 0
Broome 35 – Landrum 0
Buford 38 – Lewisville 20
Byrnes 24 – Don Bosco Prep, NJ 21
Cane Bay 42 – Stratford 13
Carolina Forest 41 – St. James 7
Carvers Bay 14 – Waccamaw 0
Chapman 61 – Laurens 24
Cheraw 54 – McBee 6
Chesnee 42 – Woodruff 28
Chester 50 – Keenan 7
Chesterfield 43 – East Clarendon 0
Christ Church 50 – West-Oak 0
Columbia 55 – C.A. Johnson 6
Conway 37 – Wilson 7
Dixie 34 – Camden Military 6
Dorman 35 – Hillcrest 18
Edisto 32 – Eau Claire 14
Forest Hills, NC 28 – Central 12
Fort Dorchester 41 – Dutch Fork 25
Fort Mill 38 – Lancaster 21
Gilbert 44 – River Bluff 16
Gray Collegiate 24 – Dreher 21
Greenville 48 – Carolina Academy 6
Greer 41 – Clinton 0
Hartsville 41 – Camden 7
Hilton Head 24 – Battery Creek 3
Indian Land 37 – Blacksburg 13
Irmo 38 – Chapin 27
James Island 32 – Oceanside Collegiate 21
Lake City 30 – Kingstree 20
Lamar 57 – Darlington 6
Lee Central 41 – Timmonsville 14
Lexington 29 – Brookland Cayce 28
Liberty 21 – Pickens 7
Lower Richland 24 – Airport 19
Lugoff-Elgin 53 – Midland Valley 35
Manning 14 – Lakewood 6
Marion 24 – Creek Bridge 0
Mauldin 60 – J.L. Mann 6
May River 22 – Whale Branch 6
Myrtle Beach 21 – West Florence 19
Newberry 35 – Batesburg-Leesville 19
North Charleston 34 – Stall 20
Northwestern 45 – South Mecklenburg, NC 0
Palmetto 27 – Pendleton 7
Powdersville 38 – Wren 17
Ridge Spring-Monetta 39 – Whitmire 0
Ridge View 28 – Ninety Six 7
Ridgeland-Hardeeville 20 -Allendale-Fairfax 12
Saluda 28 – Mid-Carolina 21
Screven County, GA 48 – Wade Hampton (H) 13
Seneca 13 – Daniel 0
Silver Bluff 22 – Fox Creek 20
South Aiken 51 – Swansea 0
South Columbus 20 – Loris 12
Southside Christian 65 – McCormick 28
Spartanburg 39 – Etowah, GA 25
Spring Valley 45 – Richland Northeast 7
St. John’s 14 – Bishop England 13
St. Joseph’s 33 – Ware Shoals 8
Sumter 31 – Goose Creek 0
T.L. Hanna 29 – Boiling Springs 20
Timberland 20 – Cross 6
Walhalla 30 – Travelers Rest 0
Wando 28 – Hanahan 14
Westside 30 – Hart County, GA 7
Woodland 35 – Lake Marion 6
Woodmont 19 – Wade Hampton (G) 0
York 27 – Union County 20

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SCISA Scores:

Andrew Jackson 46 – W.W. King 8
Augusta Christian 35 – Calhoun Falls 10
Cardinal Newman 21 – Trinity-Byrnes 20
Carolina Academy 20 – Christian Academy 9
Cathedral Academy 44 – Calhoun Academy 40
Christ School, NC 41 – Heathwood Hall 14
Dorchester Academy 12 – Williamsburg Academy 6
First Baptist 40 – Pinewood Prep 0
Greenwood Christian 26 – Spartanburg Christian 20
Hammond 35 – Laurence Manning 21
John Paul II 40 – Palmetto Christian 18
Northside Christian 52 – Newberry Academy 6
Northwood Academy 16 – Bethesda 8
Orangeburg Prep 13 – Thomas Sumter Academy 7
PAC 48 – Faith Christian 12
Pee Dee Academy 35 – Florence Christian 21
Porter-Gaud 23 – Wilson Hall 3
Richard Winn 36 – Coastal Christian 22
Robert E. Lee 34 – Dillon Christian 32
St. Andrews 33 – Thomas Heyward 0

About Jim Baxter

Jim Baxter is a former coach and nationally published recruiting analyst with more than three decades in the industry. He founded SCVarsity.com as one of the first high school sites on the Rivals.com Network, most recently with Yahoo Sports. He is the author of the best selling "The Book On Evaluating Football Players" and is the host of the South Carolina High School Scoreboard Show on 107.5 The Game. He has operated the oldest independently run combine, coached for the Nike Football Combines and Elite 11 since 1999. He has served in the past on the broadcast crew in both radio and TV for the Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas, as well as the North-South All-Star game. He was a member of the coaching staff for the 2015 Max Emfinger All-American game.