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Clarendon Hall looks to continue their winning ways

This Friday Clarendon Hall will host Kings Academy. Clarendon Hall will look to continue their dominating performance which has seen the offense score over 40 points the past 2 games, and a defense that is allowing 8 points per game during their current winning streak.

Laurence Manning looks to rebound following loss to Hammond

In a game dominated by Hammond from the first quarter on Head Coach Will Furse looks to get back in the win column with a home game against Camden Military. “Camden Military is a new team added to the region this year; not sure what to expect in my first game coaching against them. From what I’ve seen they are a well coached team, Its going to be a battle” coach said. While the results were not what Coach Furse, and his staff wanted he has to be pleased with the way Junior Tyler June played Friday night. 7 of 14 through the air, and 80 yards on 14 touches, as well the lone score.  “Hammond is extremely well coached, and the best team we will probably play all season; we’ve got to have better execution, and have to coach better.” The team as a whole racked up 104 yards on 25 carries. Hammond scored on there first possession to go up early, and a nice drive by the Swampcats had them in range to tie the game, but a costly interception quickly put Laurence Manning in a bigger hole. Down  14 Quarterback Tyler June drove the team 70 yards. A 15 yard catch by Junior Bryson Smith, and a 15 yard unsportsman-like conduct penalty got the Swampcats into range for Junes 15 yard Touchdown run. Sadly that’s all they could do against a tough Hammond team who dominated the game with a final of 37-6. 

East Clarendon hopes for win at next game

East Clarendon Wolverines drops fourth straight as McBee Panthers win by 32. East Clarendon scored 14 while McBee scored 46 points. East Clarendon will look for this first win on the season as they leave the confines of home to take on the Hannah Pamplico Raiders Friday night.  

Manning High loses winning streak

Manning High saw their three game winning streak come to an end at the hands of Lake Marion. the Manning Monarchs scored 13 and the Lake Marion Gators scored 27 points. Manning High looks to use their off week to prepare, and refocus as they get ready for Baptist Hill on September 23.


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