Jefferson County's defense stood tall against previously unbeaten Washington-Wilkes.
North Augusta came back from a second-half deficit for the third time in three games to beat Burke County 25-22 on Friday night.
Playing with the No. 1 ranking at home for the first time, Aquinas easily beat Our Lady of Mercy 44-20 on Friday night. The Irish, who led 27-7 after the first quarter, have now won 17 games in a row.
Joshua Reynolds rushed for 189 yards, while Quinton Phillips scored on a pair of touchdowns as the Patriots pounded Lincoln County, 40-7, on Friday night.
Leading 21-6 at halftime, the Greyhounds scored three touchdowns in a span of 39 seconds late in the third quarter and went on to the 43-6 victory Friday night.
JOHNSTON, S.C. - Strom Thurmond kept Midland Valley's roster of talented playmakers in check for most of Friday night to post a 42-14 victory in nonregion play.
One night after McDuffie County school board voted to rename field in honor of former coach Luther Welsh, Thomson's Bulldogs loss 17-7 in a game truncated by lightning.
The Thomson football team will name its field after former head coach Luther Welsh.
Augusta Christian rolled past Westminster 35-7 on Friday night.
High school sports results for Sept. 12