Waccamaw had no trouble with Academic Magnet, beating the Raptors 49-0 last Friday night. The Warriors improved to 6-3 overall and 2-2 in Region 8-3A.
Waccamaw got in the scoreboard with 4:12 to go in the first quarter, when quarterback Denson Crisler connected with receiver Kam Green on a 67-yard touchdown pass. The two-point conversion was successful making it 8-0. Later with 2:23 to go in the quarter, running back Antonio Haggins rushed for a 24-yard touchdown making it 15-0.
Waccamaw quickly made it 22-0 at the 9:12 mark of the second quarter when running back Kaimon Skinner added a three-yard touchdown. With 3:46 to go until halftime, tight end Tre Phillips took a screen pass from Crisler and went 74 yards on a touchdown, making it 28-0.
With 45.9 seconds left in the second quarter, Crisler threw a 33-yard touchdown pass to receiver Tyree Funnye, giving the Warriors a 35-0 advantage at halftime. It was decided that there would be 10-minute quarters for the rest of the game.
Waccamaw wasted no team scoring after the break, when running back Jay Simmons rushed in a 49-yard touchdown with 7:39 to go in the third quarter, making it 42-0. Skinner later added his second touchdown of the night on a six-yard run to seal the 49-0 victory.
Waccamaw had 428 yards of offense on the night, 236 passing and 192 rushing. The Warrior’s defense limited Academic Magnet to 133 total yards on the night.
Crisler was 6-7 for 236 yards passing, with three touchdowns and one interception. Skinner had seven rushing attempts for 109 yards and two touchdowns. Green caught two passes for 117 yards and a touchdown.
Linebacker Walker Parler led the way on defense with six tackles and three assists. Safety Tyler Fico had five tackles and one assist. Linebacker Jacob Stump added a sack.
The Warriors will host Hanahan this Friday night before playoffs start.