South Carolina Football Coaches Association releases All-State teams (2022)

A number of Midlands players are honored for their performances in 2020.

The South Carolina Football Coaches Association (SCFCA) released its All-State football teams for 2020 from Class 5A to Class A. Below are the representatives, with local players set in BOLD.

CLASS 5A

OFFENSE

Quarterbacks: Josh Davis, Stratford; Will Taylor, Dutch Fork; Undre Lindsay, Gaffney

Running backs: Riley Myers, River Bluff; Chance Black, Dorman; Dwayne Wright, Fort Dorchester

Receivers: Antonio Williams, Dutch Fork; Christian Watkins, Northwestern; Elijah Spence, Dutch Fork; Jordan Smith, Ridge View; Joshua Burrell, Blythewood; Solomon Butler, Berkeley; Zavier Short, Chapin

Tight ends: Robbie Ouzts, Rock Hill; Griffin Reid, Dutch Fork

Offensive line: Caleb Godfree, Carolina Forest; Chase Sweigart, Chapin;Jackson Campeau, Summerville; Jordan Richards, Fort Dorchester; Nicholas Solomons, Spring Valley; Thornton Gentry, Chapin; Tyson Draughn, Dorman; Sawyer Whitman, Gaffney

Athlete: Caden Sullivan, Boiling Springs; DeQuandre Smith, Spring Valley

DEFENSE

Defensive line: Brian Cook, Spartanburg; Deondre’ Smith, Cane Bay; Naejuan Barber, Ridge View; Justus Boone, Sumter; Ryan Wynn, TL Hanna; Trey Peterson, Spring Valley; Ty’rion Ingram-Dawkins, Gaffney

Linebackers: DeShawn McKnight, Sumter; Adam Molnar, River Bluff; DJ Hutcherson, Blythewood; Gregory Johnson, Northwestern; Isaiah Boyd, Lexington; Judah McJimpsey, Spartanburg; Jesus Dowdle, Gaffney

Defensive Backs: Jy Martin, Byrnes; Adam Janack, Carolina Forest; John Javis IV, Spring Valley; Melvin Ravenel, Goose Creek; Randy Caldwell, Mauldin; Trace Danley, Dutch Fork

Specialists: Adam Roberts, TL Hanna; Kanoah Vinesett, Northwestern

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CLASS 4A

OFFENSE

Quarterbacks: Tyler Haley, Beaufort; Ethan Beamish, AC Flora

Running Backs: Dariyan Pendergrass, Hartsville; Zaire Scotland, Walhalla

Receivers: JJ Jones, Myrtle Beach; Ahman Coats, Greenwood; Miller DeArmond, Greer; Eriq Rice, AC Flora; O’Mega Blake, South Pointe; Adam Randall, Myrtle Beach

Tight Ends: Banks Pope, AC Flora; Jaleel Skinner, Greer

Offensive Linemen: Collin Sadler, Greenville; Jaydon Collins, Greer; Cole England, Laurens; Shaun Perkins, Travelers Rest; Joe DeLaughter, North Augusta; Ian Shark, Colleton County; Jayden Ramsey, Westside

Athlete: Ahmad Green, May River; Jaylin Tolbert, Greenwood

DEFENSE

Defensive Linemen: Chase Simmons, North Myrtle Beach; Eamon Smalls, Beaufort; Omarion Hammond, AC Flora; Micaiah Settles, Dreher; Anthony Washington, Irmo; DJ Aiken, Bluffton

Linebackers: Bailey Carraway, Hartsville; Eli Hall, May River; TJ Cox, North Myrtle Beach; Terrance Gist, Greenville; KJ Scott, Greenwood; Ethan Hix, Lugoff-Elgin

Defensive Backs: KJ Makins, Greenwood; EJ Bradford, Greer; Dedrick Starkes, Irmo; Chandler McCall, North Myrtle Beach; Nyke Johnson, West Florence; Steffin Gadson, May River

Specialists: Zane Smith, North Myrtle Beach; Ethan Youmans, South Aiken

HONORABLE MENTION

Amoree Stephens, AC Flora; Asa Johnson, Catawba Ridge; Bradley Russ-Martin, Travelers Rest; Brody Tisdale, Catawba Ridge; Brooks Russ-Martin, Travelers Rest; Cameron Freeman, North Myrtle Beach; Daniel Perkins, Darlington; Davion Pyles, Irmo; Demaurion Ginn, South Aiken; Devery Cagle, Eastside; Will Wilson, May River; Dylan Snyder, West Florence; Elijah Vereen, North Myrtle Beach; Ernie Greenwood, South Pointe; Garrett Bonneville, May River; Henry Duke, North Myrtle Beach; Jabez Oliphant, South Aiken; Jonathan Burns-South Aiken; Joshua Smith, Dreher; Kayden Hager, Catawba Ridge; Marshall Skoloff, Eastside; Miles Scott, Eastside; Moxon Zehr, May River; Nic Emmanwori, Irmo; Nyliek Livingston-North Myrtle Beach; Reagan Lincoln, Catawba Ridge; Reggie Lee, Travelers Rest; Semaj Johnson, West Florence; Stephon Edge, North Myrtle Beach; Tyler Brown, Eastside

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CLASS 3A

OFFENSE

Quarterbacks: Hilshon Bailey, Lake City; Stephon Gadsden, Fairfield Central

Running Backs: Willis Lane, Camden; Colton Mason, Gilbert

Receivers: Ahmari Huggins-Bruce, Dillon; Josiah Benson, Daniel; Kiundre Hunter, Powdersville; EJ Evett, Seneca, Chance Gamble, Southside; Zy Scott Woodruff

Tight Ends: Colby Doolittle, Mid Carolina; Termaine Epps, Union County

Offensive Linemen: Avery Hewitt, Dillon; Nick Hapeshis, Daniel; Gerald Gaither, Fairfield Central; Adam Comer, Broome; Bryce Smith, Gilbert; Donovan Edwards, Camden; Hunter Fountain-Wren

Athlete: Zan Dunham, Chester ; Andrew Colasurdo, Chapman; Wise Segars, Daniel

DEFENSE

Defensive Linemen: Xzavier McLeod, Camden; Parris Lowery, Crestwood;Evander Jones, North Charleston ; Jatius Geer-Belton, Honea Path; Gabe Watson, Chapman; Jayden Mickle, Lower Richland

Linebackers: EJ McClam, Lake City; Marcellus Juggins, Camden; Alex Herriott, Hanahan; Christopher Austin, Orangeburg-Wilkinson; Jabez Taylor, Lower Richland; Jykorie Gary, Clinton; Camden Gray, Chapman; Shyheim Scotland, Wren

Defensive Backs: Nick Morgan, Wren; Joseph Byrnes, Camden; Quinton Harrison, Crestwood; BoBo McKinnon Dillon; Bryce Hamby, Seneca ; Kaimon Skinner, Waccamaw; Reed Morrissey, Wren

Specialist: Caden Beck, Powdersville

HONORABLE MENTION

Adam Comer, Broome; Blake Simpson, Daniel; Caison Hood, Lower Richland; Cameron Newton, Lower Richland; Carson Arnold, Oceanside ; Cortez McGee-Purry, Southside; Courtland Washington, North Charleston; Derron Williams, Strom Thurmond; Drake Davis, Camden; Ke’Avis Savage, Union County; Kevin Hill, Southside; Kevon Rivera, Hanahan ; Kia Buffalo, Hanahan; KJ Morgan, Broome; Leroy Bracey, Jr. Camden; Malachi Hill, Wren; Michael Long, Bishop England; Michael Ownes, Bishop England; Monroe Freeling, Oceanside ; Montario Hood, Lower Richland; Nemo Squire, Dillon; Dylan Ramirez, Broome; Dylan Spurlin, Broome; Elijah Reeder, Broome; Kazi Bland, Southside; Jackson Crosby, Daniel; Jacob Hendricks, Daniel; Jaffari Pearson, Camden; Jaheim Williams, Camden; Jalen Rambert, Powdersville; James Crim, Camden; Nigel George, Dillon; Quashod Singleton, Dillon; Nick Robertson, Woodruff; Semaj Scott, Southside; Shamare Dendy, Woodruff; Shelton Brooks, Mid Carolina; Willie Jeter, Union County; Tamajia Strickland, Powdersville; Thomas Williams, Powdersville; TJ Books, Southside; Victor Otubu; Waccamaw; Will Goforth, Powdersville; Jathan Hartley, Lower Richland; Javares Hamilton, Daniel; Jaylen Foster, Emerald; Jeremiah Days, Chester; John Deal, Emerald; Jonathan Sexton, Woodruff; Jordan Grayden, Daniel; Josh Shaw, Hanahan; Justin Rouse, Strom Thurmond; Kai’Letri Hunter, Southside; Drew Alfred, Broome; Jamie Gamble, Southside; Kaleb Horne, Belton-Honea-Path

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CLASS 2A

OFFENSE

Quarterbacks: Jenavus Williams, Batesburg-Leesville; Keyaun Johnson, Woodland; Ryan Johnson, Christ Church

Running Backs: KZ Adams, Gray Collegiate; Kalab Haven, North Central; Qualiek Crawford, Marion; Marvin Gantt, Batesburg-Leesville

Receivers: Chris Rhone, Gray Collegiate; Damazhay Long, Batesburg-Leesville; Jalen West, Woodland; Jevon Walker, Woodland; Kyle Lonergan, St Joseph’s; Shyheem Shropshire-North Central

Tight End: Will Ramey, Phillip Simmons

Offensive Linemen: Aaron Corbett, Newberry; Andrew Threatt, Chesterfield; Corey Heath, Silver Bluff; Davis Sutherland, Abbeville; Elijah Young, Gray Collegiate; Gavin Phillips, Andrew Jackson; Keyon Barnes, Andrews; Timothy Staggers, North Central; Will Jeffcoat, Pelion

Athletes: Eli Durham, Andrews; Navi Marshall, Abbeville; Roman Wadford, Timberland

DEFENSE

Defensive Line: Chris Witt, Batesburg-Leesville; Cole Hoskyns, Chesnee; Daris Williams, Christ Church; DeShontez Gray, Pelion; Kentrevis Gary, Newberry; TJ Sanders, Marion

Linebackers: Cruz Temple, Abbeville; Ky’heim Bethea, Marion; Luke Evans, Abbeville; Omari Jenkins, Timberland; Robert Johnson, Woodland; Zack Terry, Wade Hampton

Defensive Backs: Zackery Cobb, Woodland; Darius Brice, Andrew Jackson; Jeremiah Lomax, Abbeville; Keyshawn Brown, Timberland; Luther Smalls, Phillip Simmons; Moses Kemp, Crescent

Specialists: Griffin Gore, Phillip Simmons; Cooper Gentry, Landrum; Max Morgan, Christ Church

HONORABLE MENTION

Chandler McMaster, Christ Church; Damarion McCaskill, Cheraw; Dartanyon Drakeford, North Central; Djay Ealey, Andrew Jackson; Ethan Dugat, Landrum; Franklin Grant, Andrews; Harrison Scott, St Joseph’s; Hunter Ramey, Phillip Simmons; Jamal McKinney, Timberland; Kaydon Sauers, Crescent; Keshaun Williams, Andrews; Kevin Diggs, Chesterfield; Landon Sauers, Crescent; Maleik Williams, Silver Bluff; Mark Lyons, St Joseph’s; Ojay White, Andrew Jackson; Peyton Woolridge, Phillip Simmons; Trae’Von Dunbar, Silver Bluff; Tyler Harper, Phillip Simmons; Tyrell Haddon, Abbeville; Jacob Osmanski, Pelion

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CLASS 1A

OFFENSE

Quarterbacks: Isom Harris, CA Johnson; Jacorey Martin, Southside Christian

Running Backs: Ja’Correus Ford, Lake View; Notorius Grant, CE Murray; Jamari Chisolm, Allendale-Fairfax; Jaquan Dixon, Green Sea-Floyds

Receivers: Terrance Brown, Baptist Hill; Nicolas Brown, CE Murray; AJ Sweedenburg, Wagener-Salley; Adrian Chandler, Williston-Elko; Derrick Higgins, Lamar; Desmond Martin, CA Johnson

Tight End: Myles Rutland, Bamberg-Ehrhardt

Offensive Linemen: Hiram Stready Jr, Calhoun County; Aaron Rhode, Whale Branch; Kanaan Ligons, Ridge Spring-Monetta; Tyler Sonneborn, Southside Chrisitian; Nigel Brown, Wagener-Salley; Anthony Walton, Lamar; Jesus Gutierrez, Green Sea-Floyds; Lyndon Glover, Calhoun County

Athlete: Shawn Jones, Allendale-Fairfax; Jaylen Reeves, Whale Branch; A’Chean Durant, McCormick

DEFENSE

Defensive Linemen: Trayvon Jamison, Bamberg-Ehrhardt; Kenneth Horry, Baptist Hill; Nyzier Alston-Daniels, CE Murray; Michael Kennedy, Southside Christian; Elijah Davis, Wagener-Salley; Ahmad Smith, Blackville-Hilda

Linebackers: Isaiah Washington, Bamberg-Ehrhardt; Quincy Bias, Bamberg-Ehrhardt; TJ Owens, East Clarendon; Anthony Garrett, McCormick; Chandler Crumley, Whitmire; Jaivon Pondexter, Calhoun County

Defensive Backs: Bryce Washington, Williston-Elko; Treyton Still, Bamberg-Ehrhardt; Patrick Anderson-Lamar; Davian Coaxum, Hannah-Pamplico; AJ McFadden, Lamar; Ahmad Johnson, Blackville-Hilda; Aaron Canady, Green-Sea-Floyds

Specialists: Daquan Hicks, Ridge Spring-Monetta; Kendrick Simmons, Allendale-Fairfax

HONORABLE MENTION

Bradley Washington, Bethune Bowman; Bret Smith, Ridge Spring-Monetta; Charlie Harof, Christ Church; Chris Wilson. Blackville-Hilda; Dan Johnson, Green Sea-Floyds; Donnell Gathers-Baptist Hill; Gabriel McCallister, Lamar; Harold Gathers, Baptist Hill; Marques Webb, East Clarendon; Javier Rudolph, Williston-Elko; Jeb Lott, Williston-Elko; Jeremiah Martin, McCormick; Jevon Morris, Ridge Spring-Monetta; Maurice Caesar, Lamar; Nehemiah Brooks, Ridge Spring-Monetta

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FAQs

What is the number 1 high school football team in South Carolina? ›

Dutch Fork

How many football teams are in South Carolina? ›

There are currently nine college football programs that play Division I football in the state.

What football teams play in South Carolina? ›

Table
TeamCompetitionLocation
Clemson Tigers footballNCAA FBS – ACCClemson
South Carolina Gamecocks footballNCAA FBS – SECColumbia
South Carolina Gamecocks men's basketballNCAA D-I – SECColumbia
Coastal Carolina Chanticleers footballNCAA FBS – Sun BeltConway
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Does South Carolina have a college football team? ›

The South Carolina Gamecocks football program represents the University of South Carolina. The Gamecocks compete in the Football Bowl Subdivision of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and the Eastern Division of the Southeastern Conference.

What state has best high school football? ›

In almost every way imaginable, Mississippi is king and should take the crown as the best high school football state in the country.

What state has the best football? ›

STATES RANKED BY PERCENTAGE OF FBS SIGNEES
StateFBS SigneesPlayers
1. Florida38940,606
2. Georgia24832,979
3. Louisiana13220,087
4. Hawaii224,258
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What NFL team does South Carolina root for? ›

South Carolina: Carolina Panthers

So like its northern counterpart, South Carolina's favorite team is the Panthers.

What state does not have a football team? ›

Some states without NFL teams, such as Alabama, Iowa, and Oklahoma — have strong college football programs that could overshadow any NFL teams that relocated there. The other states that don't have NFL teams include Arkansas, Delaware, Kansas, Kentucky, Mississippi, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oregon, and South Dakota.

What state has the most football teams? ›

Which states have the most number of NFL teams? A: California and Florida, with three NFL teams each. 3.

What is South Carolina known for? ›

South Carolina is known for its beaches, golf courses, and historic districts. It ranks 40th in size and the 23rd in population. Its most influential cities are Charleston, Myrtle Beach, Columbia, Greenville, Spartanburg and Florence.

Does North Carolina have a NFL team? ›

Carolina Panthers, American professional gridiron football team based in Charlotte, North Carolina. The Panthers play in the National Football Conference (NFC) of the National Football League (NFL) and have won two conference championships (2003 and 2015).

Does South Carolina have any pro sports teams? ›

South Carolina has no professional sports teams, but many North Carolina teams represent both North and South Carolina, including: Carolina Bobcats (basketball) Carolina Hurricanes (hockey) Carolina Panthers (football)

Why did South Carolina leave the ACC? ›

Conference history

The Gamecocks officially withdrew from the ACC on June 30, 1971, the result of football head coach Paul Dietzel opposing a conference rule that required a minimum 800 Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) score when awarding athletic scholarships.

Who is South Carolina's biggest rival? ›

The Clemson–South Carolina rivalry is an American collegiate athletic rivalry between the Clemson University Tigers and the South Carolina University Gamecocks.

Has University of South Carolina ever won a national championship? ›

A quick look at University of South Carolina's national championships over the years. South Carolina has won eight national championships in the past 20 years.

What high school produced the most d1 football players? ›

Thomas Aquinas, Florida. Currently, there is only one champion when it comes to high schools producing NFL players. Since 1992 they have won 12 state championships in three decades. They currently have 15 players who played for them in the NFL; which is much higher than many top colleges even.

What state takes high school football the most serious? ›

Texas comes out on top, but just barely. California is a close second with a 55.7 ranking.

What state produces most football players? ›

Mississippi not only produces the most NFL players per capita, but not only that, the state also produced the most Pro Football Hall of Famers per capita, as well,” Diallo said.

What state has the best high school? ›

Massachusetts tops all other states with the highest percentage of top-ranked public high schools.

Who has the best high school football? ›

High School Football America 100 - Preseason 2022
RankTeam & State2021 Record
No. 1Mater Dei (California)(12-0)
No. 2St. John Bosco (California)(10-2)
No. 3Buford (Georgia)(14-1)
No. 4St. Frances Academy (Maryland)(8-1)
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What state produces the most 5 star recruits? ›

And the ultimate goal is 5-star status. For several reasons—volume, competition and exposure—California, Florida, Georgia and Texas are typically the states that produce the most top-rated talent. During the last four recruiting cycles (2017-20), that much has remained true.

What NFL team does Virginia cheer for? ›

Utah: The Denver Broncos or the Arizona Cardinals. Virginia: The Washington Redskins, the Carolina Panthers, or the Tennessee Titans. West Virginia: The Pittsburgh Steelers, the Washington Redskins, or the Baltimore Ravens.

Which state has the most NFL fans? ›

California — the only state with four NFL teams — can be the site of hot competition for NFL fans. The San Francisco 49ers are currently the most popular team in the state, and also happen to be the most successful of the group on the field, historically speaking.

What NFL team is most popular in each state? ›

Most popular NFL team by state
  • Alabama: Atlanta Falcons.
  • Alaska: Seattle Seahawks.
  • Arizona: Arizona Cardinals.
  • Arkansas: Dallas Cowboys.
  • California: San Francisco 49ers.
  • Colorado: Denver Broncos.
  • Connecticut: New York Jets.
  • Delaware: Philadelphia Eagles.

Will Alabama ever have a NFL team? ›

The Alabama Crimson Tide has an NFL-leading 53 active players rostered across 28 NFL franchises heading into Week 1 of the 2021 season. That number drops from 57 in 2020, but still features some of the league's most elite talents. Here is the definitive starting lineup for the 2021 All-Alabama NFL team.

What 7 states have more than one NFL team? ›

Some states have multiple teams, such as California, which has three: the Los Angeles Rams, the Los Angeles Chargers, and the San Francisco 49ers.
...
NFL Teams by State 2022.
StateTexas
# of Teams2
NFL TeamsDallas Cowboys Houston Texans
2022 Pop.29,945,493
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What NFL team does Hawaii root for? ›

Which Team Does Hawaii Follow? No surprise: New map says we root for the San Francisco 49ers.

What state has the most d1 football schools? ›

With 12 FBS programs, Texas easily tops the list. The reason they are No. 1 is not the amount of teams, but the talent on those teams throughout the state.

Which state has the most college football programs? ›

We calculated which states have the most college football teams, and the numbers shook out like this: Pennsylvania (52), Ohio (41), Texas (37), New York (31), North Carolina (31), Massachusetts (29), Illinois (28), Minnesota (25), Virginia (24) and California (22).

What state has the most pro teams? ›

What state has the most professional sports teams? The short answer is California. The Golden State has a total of 16 professional sports teams that play in North America's “Big 4” sports leagues (MLB, NBA, NFL, and NHL).

Is South Carolina a poor state? ›

With its poverty, lower life expectancy and unsettling crime rate , South Carolina ranks as the eighth worst state in the nation in a new report on the best and worst places to raise a family. The report compares states across dozens of indicators, such as affordable housing, education quality, median income and crime.

What do you call people from SC? ›

People who live in South Carolina are called South Carolinians.

What alcohol is South Carolina known for? ›

After laws changed to allow production of spirits in 2009, those stills have grown into more than two dozen micro distilleries across the state, producing bourbon, rum, vodka - and yes, modern-day "corn likker." Many bear names suggesting their roots, including Dark Corner (from the moonshine stomping grounds in the ...

Who is the oldest NFL franchise? ›

The Green Bay Acme Packers, founded in 1919 (joined the NFL in 1921, now the Green Bay Packers) is the oldest NFL franchise with continuous operation in the same location.

Who is the newest NFL team? ›

The Houston Texans are the youngest franchise in the NFL, becoming the league's 32nd franchise during the 2002 season.

What NFL team does Iowans root? ›

NFL fans from the Hawkeye state know that the four teams with the biggest fan bases in Iowa are the Minnesota Vikings, the Chicago Bears, the Green Bay Packers and the Kansas City Chiefs. Minnesota is the closest NFL market to most Iowans, so many of them naturally root for the Vikings.

What states don't have any professional sports teams? ›

As the only two non-contiguous US states, it is not surprising that Alaska and Hawaii are not represented in any of the major professional sports leagues.

What states don't have pro teams? ›

The 'US states without a pro sports team' quiz
  • Alabama.
  • Alaska.
  • Arkansas.
  • Connecticut.
  • Delaware.
  • Hawaii.
  • Idaho.
  • Iowa.
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What states have all 4 major sports teams? ›

Among those states that have no metropolitan areas with all four sports, only Ohio has teams in all four major sports: the NFL's Cincinnati Bengals and Cleveland Browns; MLB's Cincinnati Reds and Cleveland Guardians; the NBA's Cleveland Cavaliers; and the NHL's Columbus Blue Jackets, the only team outside Cleveland and ...

Why did Tulane leave SEC? ›

To coincide with this evolution, Tulane sought more scheduling freedom to play opponents from a broader geographical footprint rather than being bound by an SEC schedule. “It sure can't do us any harm,” Tulane football coach Tommy O'Boyle was quoted as saying. “Tulane is a national university.

Is Clemson an ACC or SEC? ›

Clemson is an SEC school residing in the ACC. Simple as that. The Tigers would be a natural fit given their location, culture and football pedigree. Other than Notre Dame, Clemson is the top football brand that's not a current or future member of the Big Ten and SEC.

What is the difference between ACC and SEC? ›

The ACC has Clemson and FSU spending the money to have the facilities and coaches to compete regularly at the national level. The SEC has at least 6 programs spending that type money on their football program.

What is South Carolina ranked in football? ›

3-Year Trend Analysis
SEC East Division (2021-2022)
RankTeamChange
58South Carolina1
78Missouri1
82Florida
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Is South Carolina a good football team? ›

The South Carolina football team exceeded expectations in 2021, posting a 7-6 overall record that included a huge bowl win over border rival North Carolina. The Gamecocks took down the Tar Heels 38-21 to land their first postseason victory since the 2017 season.

Did Dutch Fork win last night? ›

Saturday night in the Class AAAAA high school football state championship, Gaffney took down Dutch Fork, 22-19, to win the state championship and hand the Silver Foxes their first loss since September 2017. The championship is Gaffney's 18th in school history.

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