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WHEN: Today, 7:30 p.m.

WHERE: Memorial Stadium (100 S. Stadium Road, Florence)

LAST MEETING: 2018: Myrtle Beach 49, Wilson 7

KEY PLAYERS — MB: QB Luke Doty; WR Darius Hough. W: QB Zayshaun Rice, WR Jakobe Quillen.

NOTES: The Seahawks lead the all-time series 16-1-1. …The game features major implications for Region 6-4A. A victory by MBHS (3-0) would clinch the region crown while a victory by Wilson (2-1) could create a three-way tie with Hartsville (2-1). …Seahawks quarterback Luke Doty is a University of South Carolina commitment, Shrine Bowl selection and a finalist for the Mr. Football award. …The Tigers are coming off a 55-13 loss to the Red Foxes, their first of the season, and will now face a MBHS team that is outscoring opponents 338-71 thus far.


WHEN: Friday, 7:30 p.m.

WHERE: Florence Christian School (2308 S. Irby St., Florence)

LAST MEETING: 2018: Florence Christian 42, Trinity-Byrnes 35 (SCISA 2A Playoffs)

KEY PLAYERS — TB: QB Jordan Jones; RB Reggion Bennett. FCS: QB Robbie Jordan, RB Marshall Brown.

NOTES: The two teams met twice last season with the Titans earning a 56-14 victory in the regular season and the Eagles earning a 42-35 win in the SCISA 2A state playoffs en route to their second title in school history. …Top seeding in Region I-2A is on the line as T-B and FCS are both 3-0. The Titans still have to contend with third-place Robert E. Lee Academy next week while the Eagles close out the regular season at Williamsburg Academy. … It will be a battle of ground attacks as T-B has rushed for more than 2,600 yards while FCS has nearly 2,300 yards on the ground.


WHEN: Friday, 7:30 p.m.

WHERE: Carolina Forest High School (700 Gardner Lacy Road, Myrtle Beach,)

LAST MEETING: 2018: West Florence 51, Carolina Forest 44

KEY PLAYERS — WF: QB Hale Emerson; RB Terry McKithen. CF: QB Mason Garcia, WR Kyle Watkins

NOTES: The Knights lead the all-time series 12-5-1. … The matchup has strong ramifications in Region 6-5A. The Panthers (3-0) are tied with Conway (3-0) for the top spot with West (2-1) just behind them in third place. …The Knights’ defense has toughened up during their recent two-game winning streak by allowing a combined total of just 20 points. They’ll face a CFHS offense averaging 46.1 points a game.


WHEN: Friday, 7:30 p.m.

WHERE: Memorial Stadium (100 S. Stadium Road, Florence)

RADIO: 96.3 FM/1230 AM ESPN Radio (South Florence)

LAST MEETING: 2018: South Florence 42, Socastee 18

KEY PLAYERS — S: QB Darius Lewis, RB Luke Bozard. SF: QB La’Norris Sellers; RB Hahsaun Wilson.

NOTES: The Bruins lead the all-time series 21-8-1. …The Bruins are 1-2 in Region 6-5A with the Braves sitting at 0-3. South faces Socastee and rival West Florence in its last two games looking to climb up in the region standings. …SFHS running back Hahsaun Wilson had three rushing scores in a loss to Conway last week as the Tigers scored with less than four minutes remaining.


WHEN: Friday, 7:30 p.m.

WHERE: Andrews High School (12890 County Line Road, Andrews)

LAST MEETING: 2018: Mullins 48, Andrews 22

KEY PLAYERS — M: RB Isaac Hemingway, LB Russell Dowley. A: RB Demertius McCray; FB Keshaun Williams

NOTES: Mullins leads the all-time series 17-5-1. …Friday’s game will likely determine the Region 7-2A champ. The Auctioneers enter the contest at 5-0 while the Yellow Jackets are 4-1. Mullins has won six straight games while Andrews has won four straight. …MHS running back Isaac Hemingway had three rushing touchdowns in last week’s victory over Hannah-Pamplico. …The Yellow Jackets as a team have rushed for 31 touchdowns this season.


WHEN: Friday, 7:30 p.m.

WHERE: Timmonsville High School (304 Kemper St., Timmonsville)

LAST MEETING: 2018: McBee 23, Timmonsville 22

KEY PLAYERS — M: RB Jaheim Wright; RB Elijah Williams; T: RB Jaheim Green; WR Tim Washington.

NOTES: Timmonsville leads the all-time series 10-5-1. … A win against the Whirlwinds would likely give McBee (1-0) a shot at the Region 2-A title the following week against Lamar (1-0) after picking up its first win of the season last week against Great Falls. …Timmonsville is looking to snap a two-game losing streak, and has been outscored 309-70 this year.

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