Korn played almost two quarters before seeing only limited action in the second half. "The kid is a once-in-a-lifetime talent," Hartsville coach Jeff Calabrese told reporters afterwards.
16-of-28 268 yards 3 TDs
17 attempts 28 yards
Byrnes 27 Glades Central (Fla) 15
Korn directed a first quarter scoring drive against the No. 5 team in the nation and the Rebels never looked back. "I've never felt like this," Korn said afterwards. "National television. Espn. I can't believe it. This is only going to help us get better for the season." Photo Gallery Postgame Interview
28-of-46 308 yards 2 TDs
8 attempts 16 yards 1 TD
Byrnes 41 Greer 6
"We could have executed a little better," Korn told reporters afterwards. "I didn't throw the ball very well. I missed a couple of post routes I usually hit, but you can't complain about a 41-6 win over a good team like Greer."
17-of-24 274 yards 1 INT
24 attempts 14 yards 2 TDs
Byrnes 21 Moeller (OH) 20
Willy Korn directed the Rebels' offense on an 11-play, 92-yard touchdown drive with 3:26 remaining to keep his team undefeated in a thrilling win over national power Cincinnati Moeller. "That was the best defense I've seen in five years," Byrnes head coach Bobby Bentley said. "With the exception of what Willy and Randall (Hawkins) were able to accomplish, we don't take away a lot of positives about the game."
24-of-36 376 yards 3 TDs
8 attempts 22 yards
Byrnes 45 Dorman 7
The Rebels went up 7-0 in the first quarter and never looked back on their way to their 30th win in a row. "It was good to get back home, even though it wasn't a home game, said Korn. "Our fan support was great tonight. It was nice to see the turnout."
27-of-41 341 yards 3 TDs
7 attempts 42 yards 1 TD
Byrnes 55 Spartanburg 17
"I was really proud of how the defense responded in this game," said Byrnes head coach Bobby Bentley. "That was probably about as good of a halftime talk as I have ever given our team, and they responded well coming out in the second half."