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Daniel Foster capped his Bruins’ football career, pacing LHS with 62 points in Lancaster’s season-ending loss at Clover last week. Foster had five unassisted tackles, six first hits and three assists to go with two pressure passers. He compiled 507 points for the season.
Andrew Foulks, who had 416 points for the season, notched 48 points with four unassisted tackles, four first hits and four assists to go with a caused fumble and a pressure passer. AJ Williams and Shaq Elder each had 32 points. Williams’ effort included three unassisted hits, three first hits and two assists. Elder had three unassisted tackles, two first hits and two assists to go with a good pass coverage and a tipped pass. Montray Clyburn had 29 points, which included four first hits.
Foster will see postseason all-star action in the 63rd annual North-South All-Star game at Myrtle Beach’s Doug Shaw Memorial Stadium on Dec. 11. He will be joined by Bruins’ head coach Bennie McMurray, the North head coach, and LHS defensive coordinator Ricky Brown, who will serve as the North scout and assist in the North game plan. Kickoff is at noon.
Five pace IL tackles in finale
The Indian Land Warriors capped their season with five different players leading the IL tackles with seven each. The Warriors’ quintet included Jarrell Robinson, Reggie Wyatt, Johnny Mace, D.J. Moore and Marc Morris. Wyatt finished as the IL’s top tackler with 80. Breyon Williams followed with 73. Rondreas Truesdale and Johnny Mace posted 68 each and D.J. Moore had 66. Warriors’ all-region selections included offensive linemen Daniel Helms, Marc Morris and A.J. Gordon; running back Breyon Williams, quarterback Rondreas Truesdale and wide receiver Jarrell Robinson. IL all-region defensive selections include lineman A.J. Gordon, linebacker Johnny Mace and Breyon Williams along with defensive backs Reggie Wyatt and Jarrell Robinson. The Warriors, the Conference IV-AA runner-up, finished 9-2.
Red Devils to travel in playoffs
Great Falls hits the road tonight for a Class A Div. II Upper State second-round game at Williston-Elko. Great Falls, the Conference III-A runner-up this season, is 8-3. The Red Devils opened the playoffs last week with a 55-8 win over Southside Christian of Greenville in Pride Valley. Williston-Elko posted a 64-0 win over McCormick. The winner of the Great Falls vs. Williston-Elko game moves on to meet the winner of the Christ Church vs. Fox Creek tilt. The Red Devils staff includes Lancaster native Ken Snipes, a former LHS Bruins’ player.