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Scott Schroeder/For Bluffton Today Laquan Washington runs for a big gain and a first down with several Effingham County defenders in pursuit.
After losing over 40 games in a row, Whitmire Community High School's football team beat the Calhoun Falls Charter School 42-0 in both teams first game of the season.
In its first contest of the season, the Saluda football team came away with an impressive win and lost one of its key players for the season.
West Ashley's Justin Berry leaps over the block of Bishop England's Drew Pampu during their game Fridayat Bishop England.
It was finally Wagener-Salley High School's turn to kick off the 2014 football season Friday night, and the War Eagles got off to a quick start.
For the second week in a row, Williston-Elko went into a tough road environment and played to a 7-6 score.
Going into the half, the Newberry Bulldogs led the Union County Yellow Jackets 21-14, but the momentum didn't stop there.
It was a heated battle in Friday night's rivalry matchup between Midland Valley and North Augusta.
A mob of garnet followed cornerback Dakaire Alston as he streaked into the end zone after an 85-yard interception return with just seconds to play.
At the start of Aiken High School's rivalry football game against South Aiken, it was clear lots of things weren't working for the Hornets.
On Friday, they got their shot at revenge against the rival Hawks and erased memories of that blowout loss with a 25-14 victory over the Hawks.
Marion, who replaced Stratford's Ray Stackley as head coach this spring, led the Knights to a 38-21 road win over county rival Berkeley on Friday night.
Last season the Patriots made the trip to the Myrtle Beach area to open their season and crushed Carolina Forest 62-14.
Photos by Roger Lee/Journal Scene Ashley Ridge lineman Devin Parker blocks Woodland defensive end Michael Barnett during their Week 0 game.
Submitted photo by Joe Willis North Augusta quarterback Trib Reece used his legs as well as his arm to lead his team to a Week Zero win over Lakeside.
Staff photo by Jeremy Timmerman South Aiken quarterback Bowen Smith, center, talks with assistant coach Austin Collins and teammate Sloan Lindler ahead of the team's rivalry game against Aiken.
Updated: Sun Aug 31, 2014 01:17 am
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