Sertoma Football Classic Day 2 scores and highlights

Stall first year head coach Johnny Boykin Friday night

CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCIV) -{} Sertoma opening night{}at Johnson Hagood Stadium was as good as advertised. Friday night brought seven more games to get high school football fans amped up for the start of the 2012 season.

Stall{}handled Lincoln in game one Friday night, 25-8. Daryl Jenkins recovered a fumble on a blocked punt and took it 25 yards for the TD to give Stall the early lead. Quarterback Jordan Carswell added an 18-yard TD run for Stall.

Woodland shut out Academic Magnet in game two, 12-0. The game was scoreless until late when QB Patrick Shepherd tossed a TD pass to Herbert Johnson with four minutes left. Woodland added a late score, but the first TD was all they needed.

Play was suspended for about 45 minutes between games two and three due to lightning.

Colleton County ran the hook-and-ladder for a TD in game three for the early 7-0 lead against Pinewood. Pinewood QB Bobby Casey led the Panthers on a drive to tie the score 7-7 and that would be the final score.{}

In game four, Tre Orr from{}Northwood Academy caught a 39-yard TD pass on the first play from scrimmage to give the Chargers a 7-0 lead over Burke. Northwood wins 12-6.

Game five was a battle between Porter Gaud and Berkeley. Joshua Sellers{}52 yards for the TD to give Berkeley the 6-0 lead and they won by that score.

"We're excited-- we've got kids who worked hard during the off season." said Head Coach Jeff Cruce. "4-7 is not very good{}at Berkeley High School, but the kids are doing a very good job."

Goose Creek beat Fort Dorchester 28-12 helped in part by Caleb Kinlaw, who pulled out a nice TD run to put the Gators up by 16 with three minutes to play.

"I was very pleased offensively. We've got four new starters on the offensive line, a new quarterback, a new fullback, and I really thought our guys executed really well, "said Head Coach Chuck Reedy.

In the night's final game, Summerville and Ashley Ridge played to a 13-13 tie.