Week 5 high school football roundup - WMC Action News 5 - Memphis, Tennessee

Week 5 high school football roundup

A Baptist Hill player looks to beat the Charlotte Latin defenders in Week 4. A Baptist Hill player looks to beat the Charlotte Latin defenders in Week 4.
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Friday's games

Ashley Ridge 28, Cane Bay 36 - The Cobras outscored the Swamp Foxes 26-7 in the second half to improve to 4-1 on the season. David Welch rushed for 169 yards and 3 TD's for the Cobras while Romelo Doctor had 148 yards and 4 TD's for Ashley Ridge who falls to 1-4

Woodland 47, Academic Magnet 15

Colleton County 0, Stratford 62

Summerville 45, West Ashley 33 - John McKissick gets win 596 as the Green Wave improve to 2-3. Jerod Tucker and Davon Anderson combined for 5 TD's in the victory. 

Fort Dorchester 29, Wando 32 - The Warriors get off to their best start in school history at 6-0 with the victory. The Patriots fall to 2-3

Goose Creek 28, Dutch Fork 17 - Rico Blanding rushed for 85 yards and 2 TD's to help the Gators stay undefeated

Midland Valley 6, Baptist Hill 22

Battery Creek 26, Ridgeland 18

Carolina Forest 28, Beaufort 42

Berkeley 21, Timberland 20 - The Stags pull off the upset to move to 1-4 on the year. The Wolves drop to 4-1

Bishop England 48, North Charleston 14

Burke 12, Garrett 20

Andrews 23, Stall 26

Hanahan 49, Wade Hampton 14

Cross 45, Lake Marion 21

St. John's 41, Scott's Branch 8

Military Magnet 12, Lake View 43

Lincoln 26, Branchville 65

Pinewood Prep 6, Augusta Christian 40

Porter-Gaud 14, Wilson Hall 37

Northwood Academy 40, Hilton Head Prep 13

Colleton Prep 46, Palmetto Christian 54 - Reigning 5 star player of the week JT Waters had 5 total TD's to help the Eagles move to 5-0. The War Hawks fell to 3-3 despite 4 TD's from Heath Fisk

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