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Socastee drops Georgetown to 4-4

  • Wednesday, October 23, 2013

  • Updated Wednesday, October 23, 2013 12:49 pm

Georgetown’s Diquan Washington tries to break away from a Socastee defender last week. Washington rushed for 47 yards in the Bulldogs’ 42-0 loss. CHRIS SOKOLOSKI/TIMES

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Undermanned due to injuries, Georgetown lost 42-0 to Socastee last week.
The Braves scored two touchdowns in the first quarter, two in the second, and one each in the third and fourth quarters.
Socastee's defense limited Georgetown to 161 yards of offense, while the Braves' offense piled up 428 yards. Socastee quarterback Hunter Renfrow alone had 151 rushing yards.
Diquan Washington was the leading rusher for Georgetown with 47 yards. Tony Cortez had 39 yards and Jordan Manigault added 26.
Cortez was 1-for-1 passing for 44 yards to Zaquan Collins.
A bright spot for Georgetown was the kicking of Lorenzo Drayton, who punted four times for 169 yards, a 42.3 average.
Marquez Drayton led the Bulldogs' defense with 13 tackles and an interception. Jalil Smith had seven tackles, Darrion Graham and Demario Walker had five tackles each, and Collins, Manigault and Comega Myers had four each.
“We live to play another day,” said Bulldogs coach Bradley Adams. “We live for another day. We're just thankful that we came out not too banged up like it has been in the past.”
Georgetown (4-4) heads to Myrtle Beach on Friday night before wrapping up the regular season hosting Wilson next week.

Carvers Bay

After scoring 125 points in the previous two games, the Bears offense cooled off in a 12-0 win over Hemingway last week.
Raheem Dease and Chris Carter scored Carvers Bay's touchdowns.
Devin Cuttino led the Bears' offense with 79 rushing yards. Dease had 56 yards, Hikeem Hampton had 31 and Aaron Cochran added 22.
Israel Davis passed for 41 yards to Brandon Young and Carter.
Dease led the Bears' defense with six tackles. Naquez Pringle, Lewis Morant and Darius Carr had five each, and Carter, Oneil Johnson and Trevor DeKine had four each.
Carvers Bay (7-1) travels to East Clarendon on Friday and wraps up the regular season at Timmonsville next week.

Andrews

The Yellow Jackets held off Lake City 16-14 last week to stay in the hunt for a region title.
“A typical game for us,” coach Scott Durham said. “A close game and somehow we find a way to win it in four quarters.”
Andrews got a touchdown run from Carlos Smalls, a 26-yard field goal from Cecil Murphy, and an interception return for a touchdown from Daniel Jones.
The Yellow Jackets fumbled five times and lost three of them.
Murphy was the leading rusher for Andrews with45 yards. Smalls had 31 yards, Ethan Wright had 26, and Kalin Hudson had 24.
Wright was 7-for-20 passing for 57 yards. Josh Robinson had 37 receiving yards and Jaqwon Wright had 20,
Andrews (6-2) travels to Timberland on Friday before wrapping up the regular season hosting Lake Marion next week.
If the Yellow Jackets win both games, they will win the region. If they win one, they could finish second or third. If they lose both, they could finish fourth or fifth.

Waccamaw

The Warriors fell behind 22-0 before Jalen Simmons hit Jack Monroe with a 9-yard touchdown for the 22-8 final.
Simmons and Justin Holmes combined for 146 rushing yards.
Deandre Richardson led the Warriors' defense with 15 tackles. Holmes had eight tackles and Colin Floyd had seven.
Waccamaw (4-4) hosts Marion on Friday and then travels to Dillon next week to wrap up the regular season.

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