By Chris Doski
High School Football in the Upstate saw the regular season end on Friday night. In our TCB Towing Game of the Week, the Gaffney Indians started fast at Spartanburg as the Vikings fell, 63-14. The Indians will begin their postseason run as the number three seed in 5A as they go to Rock Hill next week.
The Byrnes Rebels took down Boiling Springs on Friday, 28-0. Quarterback Lawerence Scott had three touchdowns in the win for the Rebels, who host Nation Ford in the first round of the playoffs. Boiling Springs will travel to Clover for round 1 of the postseason.
The Dorman Cavaliers completed a perfect regular season as they beat Riverside, 38-0. Dorman will host Greenwood next Friday to begin their postseason run.
The Greer Yellow Jackets punched their ticket to the postseason on Friday as they beat Blue Ridge, 28-7. Sophomore Quarterback Hollis Crosby had two rushing touchdowns in the win for Greer, who play South Pointe next week.
The Chapman Panthers were able to end the regular season at a perfect 10-0 as they went on the road and beat Chesnee, 35-7. Donte Smith and Brandon Jones both found the endzone in the first quarter while JeCorie Gustinell had a pick six in the victory for the Panthers, who will open the 3A playoffs with Liberty next week while Chesnee will head to Seneca.
The Union County Yellow Jackets wasted no time in putting points on the scoreboard in week ten as they dominated Emerald, 35-0. Fairfield Central will play at Union County in round one of the playoffs on Friday in 3A.
The Woodruff Wolverines were able to close out their regular season with a win over Clinton, 17-7. Woodruff will start the playoffs as a two seed and will host Indian Land.
The Landrum Cardinals saw their season end on Friday night as they fell to a good Southside Christian team, 42-14. The Cardinals finished the season with a record of 4-6.
The Broome Centurions who were idle in week ten will begin the playoffs at home when they host Powdersville.