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  • Mon, Nov 27
    Dorman
    73
    FINAL
    Rock Hill
    36
  • Mon, Nov 27
    R-S Central
    58
    FINAL
    Chesnee
    93
  • Mon, Nov 27
    Blacksburg
    45
    FINAL
    Broome
    72
  • Mon, Nov 27
    Gaffney
    74
    FINAL
    Legacy EC
    103
  • Tue, Nov 28
    Boiling Springs
    68
    FINAL
    JL Mann
    71
  • Tue, Nov 28
    Newberry
    81
    FINAL
    Union
    64
  • Tue, Nov 28
    BHP
    72
    FINAL
    Chapman
    76
  • Tue, Nov 28
    Berea
    52
    FINAL
    Greer
    88
  • Tue, Nov 28
    Byrnes
    85
    FINAL
    Mauldin
    81
  • Tue, Nov 28
    Spartanburg
    58
    FINAL
    TL Hanna
    69
  • Tue, Nov 28
    Chesnee
    78
    FINAL
    Broome
    63
  • Tue, Nov 28
    Blue Ridge
    45
    FINAL
    Landrum
    47
  • Wed, Nov 29
    Chesnee
    60
    FINAL
    Woodruff
    61
  • Wed, Nov 29
    Dorman
    52
    FINAL
    TL Hanna
    45
  • Thr, Nov 30
    Union
    7:30 pm
    Mid-Carolina
  • Thr, Nov 30
    Byrnes
    7:30 pm
    Daniel
  • Thr, Nov 30
    Walhalla
    7:30 pm
    Chapman
  • Fri, Dec 01
    Gaffney
    7:30 pm
    Union
  • Fri, Dec 01
    Blue Ridge
    7:30 pm
    Greer
  • Fri, Dec 01
    Spartanburg
    7:30 pm
    Broome
  • Fri, Dec 01
    Landrum
    7:30 pm
    Greenville
  • Fri, Dec 01
    Chesnee
    7:30 pm
    E Rutherford
  • Fri, Dec 01
    Woodruff
    7:30 pm
    Fort Mill
  • Fri, Dec 01
    Chapman
    7:30 pm
    Palmetto
  • Sat, Dec 02
    Spartanburg
    7:30 pm
    Liberty
  • Sat, Dec 02
    Sumter
    7:30 pm
    Dorman
  • Sat, Dec 02
    Byrnes
    7:30 pm
    Asheville

Boiling Springs

Week 6 4A/5A Preview

Region 2-5A

 
Byrnes (5-1) at Spartanburg (3-3)
 
Region play gets underway this week and this is a huge matchup in Region II. Byrnes is coming off of their first loss of the year, while the Vikings seem to be hitting their stride as they enter the region schedule. Spartanburg rolled up over 700 yards of total offense last week against Mauldin, but it will be much tougher this Thursday against a talented Rebels defense that is allowing only 14 points per game. This game appears to be evenly matched with both teams having a talented quarterback (Colby Shaw and Raheim Jeter), as well as great team speed. This contest should come down to the wire and it may end up being a big play on special teams that proves to be the difference in this one. Whoever comes out on top will be in great position to host a playoff game.
Dorman (5-0) at Boiling Springs (2-4)
 
Dorman is coming off of a 39-23 victory over River Bluff, while the Bulldogs fell at Clover 26-0 last Friday. The Cavaliers appear to have the advantage on paper, as they have run for over 270 yards per game while scoring 44 points per contest. The Cavaliers have been inconsistent throwing the ball this year, but when you average 8.7 yards per rush you can get away with being somewhat one-dimensional. The Bulldogs have some injury issues, and I think that will be a problem against a deep Cavaliers team. I look for Dorman to come out and establish the ground game early and wear down the Boiling Springs defensive front. Dorman should come away with a comfortable win and start region play 1-0.
Region 2-4A
 
Greer (1-5) at Laurens (1-5)
 
Greer is looking to bounce back after a 38-13 loss to Westside last week, while Laurens fell to T.L. Hanna. This region appears to be wide open and an opening win could set up one of these teams to be in a position to host a postseason game. Greer has lost some close games early this season but they still feel like one of the better teams in this region. Laurens is allowing 36.7 points per game and has had trouble slowing down both running and passing teams so far this year. I think if the Yellow Jackets can limit turnovers they will be able to move the ball against a porous Raiders defense. Greer should control the time of possession and come away with a road win to open region play.

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