The Spring Valley Vikings used a strong first half to derail the Fort Mill Yellow Jackets 41-7 to open the season. Fort Mill head coach Ed Susi told his team after the game it was something the Yellow Jackets were going to learn from in the loss. “We got beat by a good team,” Susi said. Spring Valley took the opening drive down the field, using a strong ground game to push the Jackets’ defense backwards. The Vikings’ Marcus Simpson capped the 12-play, nearly six-minute drive with a 1-yard run.
The Fort Mill varsity football team has their man to start the season in naming junior JT Marr as their starting quarterback. Marr beat out Drew Hartman and Dylan Helms for the starting job and performed well last Friday in a 21-7 win over Weddington when the teams scrimmaged. Unofficially, Marr was 8-11 passing the ball, incuding a touchdown and he ran for a score. The scrimmage consisted of a regulation half and Marr was under center for three of the five series Fort Mill was on offense.
And then there were two. The quarterback battle between four Nation Ford football players has been whittled to two candidates as the team nears its first game of the season against Irmo. Junior Tayler Teti, a transfer from Independence High in North Carolina, and senior Mason Scott are the two finalists for the starting job, according to Nation Ford head coach Michael Allen. “We are trying to come up with plan A, plan B and plan C,” Allen said.
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