Teron Daley starred on both sides of the ball Friday, and Hilton Head Prep marked homecoming week Friday with a 27-7 win over Northwood Academy.
On offense, the 5-foot-10, 170-pound Daley ran 15 times for 262 yards and three touchdowns, while defensively, the sophomore defensive back had five tackles, along with a fumble recovery and an interception.
The win kept the Dolphins perfect in SCISAA Region 2-AA play and secured their spot in the postseason.
Hilton Head Prep (4-2, 2-0) broke loose after a scoreless first half with 17 third-quarter points.
Colin White went 2 for 2 on field goals for the Dolphins, in addition to a 3-for-3 effort on PATs. White tied the school record for field goals in a season with his third of 2011.
Prep's Jeremy Haidon completed six of 10 passes for 75 yards, with one interception.
Haidon also had eight carries for nine yards.
The Dolphins' LJ Orage ran eight times for 32 yards and had a 49-yard pass reception.
Austin Baker had 12 tackles and an interception for the Dolphins' defense. Aidon Hegarty also picked off a pass.
Northwood Academy fell to 2-5, 0-2.
The Dolphins face a key region test next Friday at unbeaten Thomas Heyward.
Whale Branch 20, Branchville 0
Josh Fields had more than 100 rushing yards and two touchdowns, and also had an interception on defense to lead the Warriors (5-2 overall, 2-2 Region 5-A).
Brandon Morton tossed a 15-yard touchdown pass to Andre Watson in the second quarter.
Trey Nelson and Davon Mack led the defense with double-digit tackles, and Juan Allen had two tackles for loss.
Whale Branch hosts Estill on Friday for homecoming.
Thomas Heyward 47, First Baptist 0
Andrew Fowler had a pair of touchdown catches and also intercepted a pair of passes as the Rebels improved to 7-0 with an easy region win.
JD Tuten had two carries -- both going for touchdowns -- and 45 rushing yards. Ryan Day added 60 rushing yards and a touchdown on three carries.
Hayden Daley also ran for a score, and freshman Jason Quick had 30 yards on four rushes.
Backup quarterback Davis Owens was 2-for-3 passing for 21 yards and a pair of scores -- both to Fowler.
Nick Keiffer, Brodie Etheridge and Zack Newton had five tackles apiece for the defense. Newton also blocked a punt and recovered it in the end zone for a touchdown.
The Rebels (7-0 overall, 2-0 SCISAA Region 2-AA) host Hilton Head Prep at 7:30 p.m. Friday.
Hilton Head Christian 56, Palmetto Christian 16
Caleb Lewis threw for 202 yards and four touchdowns, and Tyler Chisholm rushed for a score and had a touchdown reception to lead the Eagles to the non-region victory.
Alex Martin had three receptions for 105 yards and two TDs, and C.J. Evanofski had a 63-yard TD catch.
Chisholm finished with 91 rushing yards on 18 carries. Brandon Qualls had a 20-yard touchdown run and Evanofski added a 26-yard scoring run.
Brad Meccariello threw a TD pass on offense and had two interceptions on defense. Logan Cunningham had two sacks for the Eagles (6-1), who return to SCISAA Region 2-AA action Friday at Northwood Academy.
James Island Christian 30, Beaufort Academy 20
The Eagles trailed by two points at the end of the first three quarters, but the visitors from James Island put the game away with a touchdown with six minutes remaining.
Beaufort Academy (2-6 overall, 1-2 SCISAA 8-man Region 2) had its chances to take the lead, particularly in the third quarter. Three times, the Eagles moved the ball inside James Island Christian's 10-yard line only to turn the ball over on downs.
Jack Griffith led the Eagles, rushing for 110 yards and two touchdowns on 13 carries. He also had five catches for 89 yards and led the defense with 20 tackles, an interception and a forced fumble.
Billy Dailey added 65 rushing yards and 43 receiving yards, including a 17-yard score. Gibson Achurch was 13 of 17 for 186 passing yards and a touchdown. Finn Koppernaes had two catches for 62 yards.
Linebacker Adam Chachin had 11 tackles, Hunter Bradshaw added five tackles and a fumble recovery, and John Sturgis also recovered a fumble.
The Eagles play Coastal Christian Prep at 7:30 p.m. Friday in Mt. Pleasant.