Irish hold on for road win
From Staff Reports
Saturday, October 10, 2009
Highlights from the first half of the Dreher High vs. Midland Valley game.

HIRAM, Ga. -- Dennis Douglas preserved the victory with a defensive play as Aquinas held off North Paulding 21-20 on Friday night to even its season record.

Douglas came up with a sack on a two-point conversion attempt with two minutes left in the nonregion game.

North Paulding had scored and elected to go for the win instead of the tie with a PAT kick.

Aquinas (3-3) scored all its points in the first half while North Paulding's points came in the fourth quarter.

Ethan LaPan hit all three of his PAT attempts for the Irish, including the game winner.

Aquinas 14 7 0 0 - 21

North Paulding 0 6 0 14 - 20

First Quarter

A-David Mysona 13 run (Ethan LaPan kick)

A-Ray Thompkins 40 punt block return (LaPan kick)

Second Quarter

A-Bowen Klosinski 12 pass from Dane Anderson (LaPan kick)

A

First Downs 14

Rushes-Yards 34-153

Passing Yards 50

Comp.-Att.-Int. 3-5-0

Fumbles-Lost 0

Punts-Yards 3-45

Penalties-Yards 3-25

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING-Aquinas: David Mysona 4-31, Brendan Douglas 15-54, Dane Anderson 7-21, Collin Oliver 6-41, Bowen Klosinski 2-6.

PASSING-Aquinas: Dane Anderson 3-5-0 50.

RECEIVING-Aquinas: Garrett Pippen 1-25, Darien Wilburn 1-13, Klosinki 1-12.

Records: Aquinas 3-3. Next: Wilkinson County at Aquinas, 7:30 p.m., Friday.

Harlem 19, Cross Creek 8

Taylor Camp caught a touchdown pass and kicked a field goal and two PATs as Harlem beat Cross Creek for its first victory of the season.

Harlem 3 7 7 2 - 19

Cross Creek 0 0 0 8 - 8

First Quarter

H-Taylor Camp 27 FG

Second Quarter

H-Camp 3 pass from Zach Morris (Camp kick)

Third Quarter

H-Morris 55 run (Camp kick)

Fourth Quarter

H-Safety

H

First Downs 15

Rushes-Yards 41-259

Passing Yards 78

Comp.-Att.-Int. 4-6-0

Punts-Yards 4-26

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING-Harlem: Zach Morris 11-133, Dominique Taylor 11-35, Tyler Thigpen 3-18, Taylor Camp 9-24, Forrest Christian 7-49.

PASSING-Harlem: Morris 3-5-0 19, Tyler James 1-1-0 59.

RECEIVING-Harlem: James 2-16, Camp 2-62.

Records: Harlem 1-5. Next: Harlem at Hephzibah, 7:30 p.m., Friday.

Locust Grove 13,

Grovetown 12

LOCUST GROVE, Ga.— Grovetown rolled the dice on a two-point conversion try and lost.

The Warriors pulled to within a point of Locust Grove on Seth Hill's 47-yard touchdown run off a fake punt with just over nine minutes left in the game.

Instead of going for the PAT kick and the tie, Grovetown tried a pass on a two-conversion attempt, but it was incomplete.

The first-year Warriors are now 5-3.

Hill had 122 yards rushing for Grovetown, which travels to powerhouse Northside-Warner Robins for a Saturday game next week.

Grovetown 0 0 6 6 - 12

Locust Grove 0 7 6 0 - 13

Second Quarter

LG-Slade Eckerd 1 run (Tynin Burch kick), 7:17

Third Quarter

G-Antonio Beavers 21 run (kick blocked), 9:58

LC-Jacob Ash 6 run (kick failed), 1:20

Fourth Quarter

G-Seth Hill 47 run on fake punt (pass failed), 9:07

G LG

First Downs 11 13

Rushes-Yards 33-198 52-259

Passing Yards 15 0

Comp.-Att.-Int. 3-10-1 0-6-2

Fumbles-Lost 2-1 1-0

Punts-Yards 4-34 2-27

Penalties-Yards 4-35 5-45

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING-Grovetown: Seth Hill 18-122, Xaiver Crain 11-40. Locust Grove: Eckerd 19-121.

PASSING-Grovetown: Crain 3-10-1-15 Locust Grove: Eckerd 0-6-2.

RECEIVING-Grovetown: Tae Miller 1-8..

Records: Grovetown 5-3. Next: Grovetown at Northside Warner Robins, 5:30 p.m., Saturday.

Edmund Burke 36,

Curtis Baptist 0

WAYNESBORO, Ga.— Michael Taylor scored on two short touchdown runs as Edmund Burke ran its record to 6-0 with the GISA Region 2-AA victory.

Curtis Baptist 0 0 0 0 - 0

Edmund Burke 8 21 7 0 - 36

First Quarter

EB-Michael Taylor 1 run (Jon Jon Evans run), 3:25

Second Quarter

EB-Brandon Sharpe 20 run (Evans kick), 9:27

EB-Taylor 1 run (Evans kick), 2:53

EB-Alex Sturkie 25 pass from Logan Christian (Evans kick), 0:00

Third Quarter

EB-Cameron Towler 1 run (Evans kick), 5:

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First Downs 5 19

Rushes-Yards 24-80 51-351

Passing Yards 19 103

Comp.-Att.-Int. 2-9-2 5-7-0

Fumbles-Lost 2-1 2-1

Penalties-Yards 2-15 4-20

Records: Edmund Burke 6-0, 2-0 in GISA Region 2-AA; Curtis Baptist 1-5, 0-2.

Luella 33, Greenbrier 7

LOCUST GROVE, Ga. — Luel la shut down Greenbrier's ground game and held the Wolfpack scoreless for three quarters in the Region 2-AAAAA game.

Greenbrier managed just 35 yards on 23 carries.

The Wolfpack did have 157 yards passing, all but six of that by Scott Reeder.

Greenbrier 0 0 0 7 - 7

Luella 7 7 12 7 - 33

First Quarter

L-25 run (kick good), 11:45

Second Quarter

L-1 run (kick good), 2:11

Third Quarter

L-10 run (kick failed), 7:08

L-2 run (run failed), 5:11

Fourth Quarter

L-80 interception return (kick good), 11:10

G-Ricky Wiebe 40 run (Tyler Grissin kick), 1:08

G L

First Downs 10 14

Rushes-Yards 23-35 25-174

Passing Yards 157 158

Comp.-Att.-Int. 10-25-2 15-28-0

Fumbles-Lost 3-3 2-1

Punts-Yards 4-39.5 4-28.5

Penalties-Yards 5-43 5-58

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING-Greenbrier: Kendrick Wilson 16-58, Scott Reeder 7-(-23).

PASSING-Greenbrier: Scott Reeder 9-24-2-151, Shawn McCain 1-1-0-6.

RECEIVING-Greenbrier: Ryan Porter 3-22, Sean Morris 1-11, Will Price 4-24, Ricky Wiebe 3-100.

Records: Greenbrier 2-4. Next: Greenbrier at Newton, 7:30, Friday.

Fox Creek 35,

Wagener-Salley 7

NORTH AUGUSTA — Marty Williams rushed for 105 yards and threw a 74-yard touchdown pass as Fox Creek earned its first victory of the season.

Williams also had 56 yards receiving in the Region 4-A game.

On defense, Ash Ergle had 11 tackles for the Predators, who are at Blackville-Hilda on Friday.

Midland Valley 30,

Dreher 14

LANGLEY — Jeremy Robinson scored on a 93-yard kickoff return in the first quarter to jumpstart Midland Valley, which went on to stop Dreher in a Region 3-AAA game.

Robinson also rushed for 102 yards and scored on a 31-yard run for the Mustangs, now 6-1 overall and 1-1 in the region.

Silver Bluff 42,

Wade Hampton 14

PETTICOAT JUNCTION —

Andre Washington rushed for 115 yards and three touchdowns as Silver Bluff rolled.

Jefferson County 49,

East Laurens 14

LOUISVILLE, Ga.— B.J. Bostic scored five touchdowns - two on the ground, one with a TD pass, one with a TD reception and on a kickoff return - as the unbeaten Warriors rolled past East Laurens.

Jefferson County, which led 42-0 at halftime, improved to 7-0, all in Region 3-AA.

Wilkinson County 36,

Warren County 6

WARRENTON, Ga.— Wilkinson County took advantage of four Warren County turnovers, converting two of them into touchdowns in the Region 7-A opener for both teams.

The visitors scored on two fumble returns to improve to 5-1. Warren, which was limited to 31 yards of offense (all on the ground) drops to 2-4.

FLU OUTBREAK LEADS TO FORFEIT

JOHNSTON, S.C. — Defending SCISA eight-man state champion Wardlaw Academy won its second consecutive region title and did not even have to step on the football field to do it Friday night.

The Patriots won by forfeit after Jefferson Davis Academy could not field a team this week because of the flu. According to Wardlaw officials, Jefferson Davis was closed for part of the week because of a severe outbreak.

Wardlaw is 7-0 overall and has won 19 games in a row. Homecoming festivities, which were to have been held at halftime, were postponed until Oct. 23 when the Patriots play host to The King's Academy.

- Mike Rosier

From the Saturday, October 10, 2009 edition of the Augusta Chronicle
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