Friday Night Rivals Week 11: Scores, highlights, photos and more!

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Week 11 was the week never meant to be, but thanks to more delays and cancellations from Hurricane Matthew earlier this year a Friday night meant for playoff football saw plenty of make-up games.

At Cross, bethune Bowman had an uphill battle all night. Raekwon Smalls got the Trojans on the board early with a short run to the end zone followed by a two-point conversion. Quarterback Marcellus Forbes holds onto the ball for the sneak to put the Trojans up 14-0.

And then Kendale Gadis had a huge 35-yard touchdown run to get 7 more points on the board.

But the Trojans were not done yet. Nathan Walker also posted a 20-yard run for more. It was a long night for Bethune Bowman. Trojans win it big.

In this week's Game of the Week, Berkeley was already up 7-0 when DJ Robinson took the carry and put the ball on the turf. But some amazing field awareness by Rionardo Phyall led to him scooping up the ball and fighting his way into the end zone. 14-0 Stags.

Beaufort was not going away though. On the next possession, the Eagles ran their way all the way down the field, capped off by a 30-yard scamper by Kamren Spann. It's a one score ballgame, 14-7.

In the second half kickoff, the Eagles can't hold onto the ball and immediately the Berkeley offense is right back out on the field.

Just a few plays later, Darius Douglas escapes pressure, rolls to his right and makes a beautiful throw across the field to Phyall who gets into the end zone for the second time on the night. It's 21-7 Stags.

The Eagles were pesky though. They fumbled the opening kickoff of the second half but make up for it as Spann gets a nice return to set his team up in Stags territory.

Again to the ground for the Eagles and this time it's Wyatt Sherpensky getting into the end zone for the Eagles.

It's one score game again, 21-14.

But Berkeley was just too much, and a pass on the money from Douglass into the corner of the end zone for Matthew Dress who comes down with it in bounds makes it 28-14.

In the fourth quarter, the Stags put it away as DJ Chisolm finds the edge and waltzes home. Berkeley coach gets a surprise ice bath and team gets the region trophy with the Stags taking a 48-14 win.

Here's a look at the scores around the Lowcountry.

SCHSL Week 11 games:

Berkeley 48 - Beaufort 14

Woodland 33 - Garrett 0

Brookland Cayce 49 - Edisto 7

Georgetown 28 - Loris 0

Lake City 47 - Waccamaw 13

Andrews 49 - Marion 14

Mullins 68 - Kingstree 6

Whale Branch 27 - Academic Magnet 0

Bluffton 32 - Wade Hampton(H) 19

Battery Creek 23 - Ridgeland-Hardeeville 20

Timberland 28 - Manning 27

Orangeburg Wilkinson 34 - Dreher 31

C.E. Murray 41 - Branchville 6

In SCISA playoffs, Porter-Gaud was in a defensive battle Friday night.

The Cyclones have not lost a SCISA game all year so they've set themselves up nicely for a playoff run. The kicked off the postseason with a first round bye, but Friday night they played the state semifinal game against Laurence Manning, a team they've already beaten once this year.

This time the winner head to Columbia for a state title game, though.

In the first quarter, it was the Swampcats with the 6-0 lead early and looking for more. But Porter-Gaud's Graham Kaplan has other plans and gets the sack to hold the Laurence Manning lead to single digits.

It was a game of defensive efforts on both sides. This time Josh Edwards sacks the Cyclones' play caller Oliver Michaud.

The game was still 6-0.

But in the second quarter it's Michaud who finds an opening and takes it 25 yard downfield for a touchdown to put the Cyclones up 7-6 at the half.

The Cyclones would add one more touchdown, and head to the state championship with a 14-6 win.

SCISA Playoffs games:

Ben Lippen 41 - Hammond 14

First Baptist 55 - Trinity-Byrnes 35

Dillon Christian 41 - Williamsburg Academy 0

Porter Gaud 14 - Laurence Manning 6

Wardlaw 52 - Cathedral Academy 36

Colleton Prep 17 - Pee Dee Academy 14

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