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      Friday Football Frenzy: Scores, highlights, and more from Week 4

      CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCIV) -- High school football games across the country are wrapping up, and that means there will be plenty of scores and highlights.The week started with Military Magnet stunning Stall, 38-21. David Shelton has that story.

      By David Shelton

      With a strong running game, anchored by Ivan Wiggins, and an opportunistic defense that scored two touchdowns, the Military Magnet Eagles whipped Stall, 38-21, on Thursday night.

      Wiggins, a 5-3, 140-pound sparkplug, rushed for more than 100 yards as the Eagles rolled up more than 250 yards on the ground to improve to 3-2 on the season. The Eagles also returned two interceptions for touchdowns and forced six turnovers.

      "This is a good building block win for us, and I thought our guys played very hard all night," said Military Magnet head coach Gene Ross. "I am really proud of our kids. They played their tails off tonight and made a lot of good things happen."

      Read more from Shelton.

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      Goose Creek 49-28 Fort Dorchester

      By Phil Bowman

      GOOSE CREEK {}Fort Dorchester controlled the ball. Goose Creek scored the points.

      Fort Dorchester had the ball for nearly 12 of the game's first 17 minutes, but Goose Creek led where it counted on the scoreboard. The Gators cashed in on three big plays and took a 21-7 lead on their way to a 49-28 victory Friday night in front of about 5,000 fans at Fulmer Field.

      By the time the stat man had it all figured out, the Gators gained 552 yards in total offense to Fort Dorchester's 390. Five of the Gators' touchdowns accounted for 273 yards. Fort Dorchester had the ball for nearly 29 minutes to Goose Creek's 19 minutes.

      Read more from Bowman.

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      Summerville 36-10 Wando

      By Andrew Miller

      MOUNT PLEASANT {}Summerville coach John McKissick was cautiously optimistic about the Green Wave's chances of making a deep run in the Class AAAA playoffs this season.

      After all, the Green Wave featured two of the top skill players in the state in running back Davon Anderson and cornerback Darin Smalls.

      But Anderson moved to Cleveland in August and Smalls suffered a season-ending knee injury last week against Goose Creek, leaving the Green Wave searching for an offensive identity.

      After the Green Wave's 36-10 victory over Wando Friday night, McKissick still has more questions than answers on the offensive side of the ball.

      Read more from Miller.

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      Stratford 42-27 Ashley Ridge

      GOOSE CREEKJacob Park remained on target and Stratford remained undefeated.

      The Knights topped the Ashley Ridge Swamp Foxes, 42-27, Friday night as Park, one of the top quarterbacks in the country, passed for 346 yards and three touchdowns. He now has 1,255 yards on the season as the Knights upped their record to 4-0. Ashley Ridge fell to 0-4.

      Stratford jumped to a 14-0 lead in the first quarter. Jordan Johnson scored the first of his two touchdowns on a 6-yard run. That's when Park began his air show. He threw an 88-yard TD pass to Thad Thompson and added a 17-yard strike to Tyree Scroggins to push the lead to 21-7.

      Park and Thompson hooked up on an 80-yard score and Park then connected with Scroggins again for a 64-yard score.

      Read more from the Post and Courier.

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      More games from Friday night:

      Latta 58-0 Lincoln

      Woodland 53-12 North Charleston

      Carvers Bat 22-14 Georgetown

      Bishop England 48-21 Academic Magnet

      West Ashley 35-28 Colleton County

      Beaufort 27-21 Cane Bay

      Bluffton 35-34 James Island

      Manning 33-9 Berkeley

      Hanahan 45-7 Edisto

      Battery Creek 42-6 Garrett

      Orangeburg-Wilkinson 32-0 Calhoun County

      Ridgeland-Hardeeville 31-0 Burke

      St. James 54-48 Cross

      Andrews 42-14 CE Murray

      Hilton Head 34-14 Wade Hampton

      SCISA games Friday night:

      Hilton Head Christian 48-41 Northwood Academy

      Palmetto Christian 56-50 Hilton Head Prep

      Colleton Prep 28-7 Hilly Hill Academy

      Cardinal Newman 38-3 Pinewood Prep

      Orangeburg Prep 57-41 Porter-Gaud

      Dorchester Academy 51-28 Holly Hill Academy

      Charleston Collegiate 29-22 Faith Christian

      Greenwood Christian 45-28 Coastal Christian

      Beaufort Academy 54-48 Cathedral

      James Island Christian 16-14 Henry Academy

      St. John's Christian 56-54 Ridge Christian

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