Low Country Players of the Week
Smith kick field goals of 25, 27 and 49 yards in the BE win over
Kendrick Lynch (JR) -Dorman (
Lost in the hype over Demetrius Summers setting the state rushing mark against Dorman was the fact that Dorman junior Kendrick Lynch racked up over 280 yards of total offense. Lynch snagged 149 yards out of the sky and left 134 yards in a cloud of dust.
CSRA Player of the Week
Rashed Hunter - South AIken
They've called him the Mod Squad. They've called him the head-hunter. Maybe they should just call Hunter the heart and soul of the thoroughbreds playoff hopes, as his performance Friday night indicated.
On a night when South Aiken needed a strong performance from their 1500 yard rusher from a year ago, Hunter responded with a 259 yard effort on 40 carries and a score as South Aiken downed
Rashad has been a rock in the t-bred backfield since the beginning of last season, and the team's playoff hopes rest squarely on his shoulders. His running style has been bullish and hardnosed and he has demonstrated great hands, leadership, and ball control in leading South Aiken to the brink of playoff success. He has been largely undervalued by college recruiters but hopes once again to put up some overwhelming numbers to get recognized in 2002. Friday night was a good start. For his 259 yard performance, Rashad has been named as the CSRA Player of the Week for