With the exception of their lopsided loss to Aynor, Waccamaw has dominated opponents on both sides of the ball so far this season and their visit to North Charleston on September 20 was no exception.

The defense held the North Charleston Cougars scoreless while the offense posted six touchdowns in their 42-0 road win.

Jayvian Simmons started things off with a three-yard rushing touchdown. Kaimon Skinner ran in the next two. The first from 12-yards out in the first quarter followed by a 1-yarder in the second. Tre Phillips connected to Zachary Taylor on the two-point conversion on the latter.

Tyree Funnye got on the board after Denson Crisler hit him for a nine-yard score in the second quarter.

Field-goal kicker Jackson Forrest went 2-for-3 in PATs in the first half.

Waccamaw kept the touchdown train moving in the second half with a 19-yard rushing touchdown from Kaimon Skinner, his third and final touchdown of the game. Kaisaun Grate caught a 9-yard pass from Walker Parler in the fourth quarter to become the fourth Warrior to score a touchdown in the game.

Jackson Forrest went 2-for-2 on PATs in the second half.

Crisler was 8-18 in the air for 108 yards. He threw one touchdown and had one interception. Parler’s went 1-3 in his limited time but conected with Grate for a touchdown on his one completion.

Tyler Fico led the defense with eight tackles followed by Walker Parler with seven. Parler also collected one of two sacks for the Warriors on the evening. The other was credited to Tre Phillips.

Scott Stephens and kicker Forrest each had an interception for the Warriors.

Waccamaw is scheduled to face St. Johns at home this Friday at 7:30 p.m.

St. Johns is 1-3 on the season. They have put up a total of 8 points against 173 points in those three games. One of those losses was an 8-14 game against North Charleston.