The high school football season began early this week with games starting on Wednesday across South Carolina because of Hurricane Ian.
Here is a roundup of Midlands games from Wednesday as well as statewide scores:
Brookland-Cayce 42, Orangeburg-Wilkinson 7
The Bearcats (3-3) rushed for more than 500 yards as they opened up Region 5-3A play with a victory.
Naz Mays led the way with 194 yards and three scores while Will Young added 183. Deshawn Washington had 110 yards and quarterback Tanner Staton had two TD runs.
Camden 41 Lakewood 13
Cortez Lane rushed for three touchdowns and also caught a TD pass as the Bulldogs (4-3) improved to 2-0 in Region 6-3A play.
Averee Hickmon also had a TD run for Camden.
Cardinal Newman 69, John Paul II 40
Quarterback Duncan Skehan threw five touchdown passes and rushed for one as the Cardinals (3-3) scored a season-high 69 points in the win.
Cardinal Newman has scored at least 48 points or more in each of its three wins.
Running back AJ Reyes rushed for two touchdowns and Logan Busenlehner caught two TD passes.
Newberry 56, Eau Claire 0
The Bulldogs (1-5) gave first-year coach Cedric Jeter his victory as they defeated the Shamrocks.
Barnwell 42, Edisto 6
Beaufort 34, Philip Simmons 14
Beaufort Academy 48, Palmetto Christian 6
Bluffton 35, Hilton Head Island 32 (OT)
Crestwood 26, Lake City 8
Estill 40, Bamberg-Ehrhardt 6
Manning 26, Aynor 16
May River 49, Lucy Beckham 14
Pinewood Prep 34, Pee Dee Academy 27
Oceanside Collegiate 42, Lake Marion 8
Sumter 35, Socastee 7
St. James 34, Conway 6
St. Joseph’s 62, Calhoun Falls 6
Summerville 20, Stratford 3
Timberland 6, Bishop England 0
Waccamaw 42, Georgetown 31
West Florence 25, Myrtle Beach 21
Whale Branch 37, Bethune-Bowman 18
Wilson 42, North Myrtle Beach 9
Woodland 42, Hanahan 35