Porter-Gaud place kicker James Hill connected on a 31-yard field goal with 26 seconds to play in the Cyclones' 13-10 win over Augusta Christian Friday in Charleston.
Hill was crucial for the Cyclones in the win, also hitting a 27-yard field goal late in the third quarter.
Cyclones quarterback Matt Kelly completed 11-of-19 pass for 125 yards. Kelly also ran for an 8-yard score that pushed Porter-Gaud ahead 7-0 with just over a minute to play in the opening quarter.
Receiver Tobias Lafayette was Kelly's main target in the passing game, catching six passes for 59 yards.
Senior linebacker J.D. Key led the Cyclones defense with 11 tackles and three sacks. Freshman Lawson Pritchett sealed the win with an interception in the final minute. Pritchett finished with five sacks and six tackles, one for a loss for a Cyclones defense that limited Augusta Christian to just 177 total yards.
Porter-Gaud (4-4) travels to Ben Lippen next week.
First Baptist 39, Heathwood Hall 26
First Baptist’s Davian Brown rushed for three touchdowns to lead the Hurricanes (7-2) past Heathwood Hall (6-3) 39-26 Friday night.
Brown carried the ball 15 times for 96 yards, including a 61-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter. Quarterback Will Daniel completed 14 of 20 passes for 314 yards and two touchdown passes. Daniel also ran for 30 yards.
McKay Wilson had four catches for 118 yards and a touchdown on the night. Sincere Brown made a big impact on both sides of the ball, finishing with four catches for 70 yards and a touchdown. The Hurricanes totaled 440 yards of offense in all.
Heathwood hung even with First Baptist, 7-7, through the opening quarter. The Hurricanes outscored Heathwood 19-0 in the second quarter, including a 60-yard interception return for a touchdown by Sincere Brown that broke open a 26-7 lead before halftime.
First Baptist (7-2) will travel to Augusta Christian on Friday.
Bishop England 63, Academic Magnet 0
Bishop England quarterback Cam Costa’s threw three touchdown passes to lead Bishop England (5-2) past Academic Magnet (1-5) 63-0 Friday night.
Costa finished with 105 yards on 4-of-6 passing. He hit Jarren McCoy for a 18-yard score just 17 seconds into the game. Costa and McCoy connected again on a 53-yard touchdown that put Bishop England ahead 42-0 with more than two minutes to play in the first quarter.
Bishops back Michael Long ran for 81 yards and two scores on just five carries. Charlie Michel added 49 yards and a touchdown on three carries. Long and Michel both averaged just over 16 yards per carry. Sammy Gress added a 4-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter.
Bishop England’s defense was active all night, decisively shutting out Academic Magnet. Nate Abdou ran back a 39-yard interception for Bishop England. Drew Owens also scored for Bishop England, recovering a fumble and returning it for a 27-yard touchdown. Owens finished with eight total tackles for a Bishops defense that surrendered just 77 total yards.
Bishop England (5-2, 3-0), tied with Manning for first place in Region 7-AAA, will host Georgetown (2-5, 1-2) on Friday.
Oceanside 70, Phillip Simmons 0
Oceanside running back Keegan Williams rushed for 170 yards and scored six touchdowns to lead undefeated Oceanside past Philip Simmons, 70-0, Friday in Charleston.
Williams didn’t receive a carry in the second half. He ran for 170 yards, averaging 15.5 yards over 11 carries, and all six scores through the opening two quarters. He also caught two passes for 18 yards.
Sharks quarterback Sean Cooney completed 12 of 13 passes for 200 yards and two touchdowns, both of caught by Walker Rhue, who finished with six catches for 102 yards. Joel Osteen added three catches for 53 yard and a 16-yard score from sophomore quarterback Garrison Kepley who was 4-of-4 passing for 53 yards. Kepley also punched in a 1-yard rushing touchdown.
Oceanside led 28-0 at the end of the opening quarter and 56-0 by halftime. The Landsharks piled up 503 total yards while limiting Philip Simmons to 126.
Oceanside (8-0, 3-0) will host defending Region 6-AA champion Timberland (5-1, 2-0) in the region title game Friday in Park West.
Palmetto Christian 60, Patrick Henry 20
Palmetto Christian quarterback Connor Rourk scored seven total touchdowns to lead the Eagles (5-2) past Patrick Henry Academy (3-6) 60-20 Friday night.
Rourk completed all four of his pass attempts for 129 yards and three touchdowns and rushed nine times for 245 yards and four touchdowns.
Wyatt Shogren caught a 45-yard touchdown pass and made 6 tackles on defense. Carson Rourk caught a 55-yard touchdown pass and made a team high 11 tackles.
Ethan Lowther made a 15-yard touchdown catch along with 7 tackles and an interception on defense.
Palmetto Christian will host Beaufort Academy on Friday.