Sandy Creek 49, Shaw 0: Sandy Creek remains undefeated with win over Shaw

Special to the Ledger-EnquirerOctober 10, 2013 

Shaw held Sandy Creek out of the end zone on the opening drive of the game when Patriot quarterback Cole Garvin's fourth-down pass was dropped in the end zone.

Once they gained possession again, the Patriots scored at will, defeating Shaw 49-0 at Kinnett Stadium in a Region 5-AAAA game on Thursday night.

Shaw was held to just 75 yards of offense, including just 8 on the ground. The Raiders have scored only 14 points in three region games

Sandy Creek scored on a two-play, 44-yard drive when Demarre Kitt caught a pass behind the line of scrimmage on the right sideline, got a block from an offensive lineman down field and raced across the field to score at the left pylon for a 7-0 lead. Kitt, a Clemson commit, had five receptions for 92-yards.

The Patriots went up 14-0 on a 4-yard run from Delvin Weems.

Eric Swinney scored his first of three touchdowns of longer than 55-yards when he ran through the center of the Raider defense for a 55-yard run with 6:53 remaining in the half for a 21-0 lead.

Sandy Creek rolled up 218 yards of total offense in the third quarter on seven plays and scored 28 points.

Swinney had a 65-yard run to cap a two-play, 74-yard drive on the Patriots' first second-half possession pushing the score to 28-0.

Weems scored on a 23-yard run to cap a two-play, 51-yard drive and a 35-0 score.

Thursday at KinnettSandy Creek 7 14 28 0--49

Shaw 0 0 0 0--0First Quarter

SC- Demarre Kitt 32 pass from Cole Garvin (Lorenzo Broadwater kick), 4:52

Second Quarter

SC- Delvin Weems 4 run (Broadwater kick), 8:52

SC- Eric Swinney 55 run (Broadwater kick), 6:53

Third Quarter

SC- Swinney 65 run (Broadwater kick), 7:38

SC- Weems 23 run (Broadwater kick), 5:45

SC- Swinney 58 pass from Trey Walker (Broadwater kick), 3:09

SC- Maceo Brown 15 run (Broadwater kick), :48

Records: Sandy Creek 5-0-1, 3-0 Region 5-AAAA. Shaw 2-4, 0-3. Next: Shaw, at Carrollton, Oct. 18, 7:30 p.m.

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