Mangle leads Palmetto past Walhalla; Seneca loses wild game to Emerald

October 5, 2012
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Janike Mangle accounted for 266 of Palmetto’s 332 yards of total offense Friday night to lead the Mustangs past Walhalla 21-14 at Razorback Stadium.  Mangle earned our Player of the Game honors after rushing 16 times for 155 yards and two touchdowns, while putting the ball in the air 3 times for 111 yards.  For Walhalla, Israel Williamson returned from injury to lead the Razors with 114 yards rushing and 111 passing.  Walhalla falls to 2-5 and 0-3 in Western AAA play, while the Palmetto win marks the first conference victory for Jody Lecroy’s Mustangs.  Elsewhere, a wild offensive shoot-out in Seneca finally ended with Emerald completing a sweep of the Oconee County schools with a 62-59 win over the Bobcats.  In Westminster, the Warriors fall to 0-7 with a 56-0 loss at home to Wren.  In one of the biggest games in the state on Friday, #3 Daniel takes over the Western AAA drivers-seat with a 29-3 win over #4 Belton-Honea Path.

Upstate scores from Friday night:

Palmetto 21
Walhalla 14

Wren 56
West-Oak 0

Emerald 62
Seneca 59

Abbeville 38
Newberry 27

Daniel 29
BHP 3

Greer 67
Berea 0

Blacksburg 26
Liberty 7

Blue Ridge 57
Travelers Rest 0

Boiling Springs 49
Wade Hampton 8

Union 57
Broome 37

Byrnes 64
Riverside 0

Crescent 35
Carolina 20

Chapman 21
Clinton 14

Christ Church 33
Dixie 0

Dorman 40
Spartanburg 21

Easley 34
Westside 21

Southside 28
Eastside 16

Gaffney 40
Mauldin 7

Greenville 21
Pickens 14

Laurens 42
TL Hanna 14

Hillcrest 35
JL Mann 28

Pendleton 41
Powdersville 6

Woodruff 37
Chester 26

 

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