A pair of Midlands teams wrapped up region titles Friday night in Week 7.
Camden rallied from a halftime deficit to defeat Marlboro County 40-20 in Bennettsville to claim the Region 6-3A title.
Quarterback Grayson White rushed for three touchdowns and passed for another score to lead the Bulldogs (6-2, 4-0).
Over in Prosperity, Lower Richland clinched the Region 4-3A title with a 35-0 win over Mid-Carolina.
Robert Adams rushed for two touchdowns and passed for one and Jeremy Barney rushed for two touchdowns to lead the Diamond-Hornets (6-1, 3-0).
Spring Valley 30, Ridge View 27
Dequandre Smith threw three touchdowns and rushed for another in the final minutes enabled the Vikings rallied to defeat the Blazers, who celebrated their first "Homecoming" at the new stadium.
Spring Valley (5-1, 2-0) will play host to third ranked Northwestern for the Region 4-5A title next week.
Ridge View quarterback Andre Washington and Zion Agnew connected for two touchdowns and rushed for two scores in defeat.
Dutch Fork 69, Chapin 21
A new standard of winning in SC high school football was established Friday night at Cecil Woolbright Field.
Top-ranked Dutch Fork rolled past Chapin 69-21 to post its 56th consecutive game without a loss. The SC High School League record does not have a listing in Palmetto's Finest for consecutive wins without a loss.
The state record for consecutive victories is 55 held by Christ Church set from 2011-15.
The win on the Eagles' "Homecoming" was also the Silver Foxes' 55th straight win over an in-state opponent, their 32nd straight road victory and 26th region win in a road.
For the second straight week, running back Jarvis Green rushed for four first half touchdowns. He finished with five touchdowns and 149 rushing yards to lead Dutch Fork (6-0, 2-0).
Wide receiver Antonio Williams was equally dominant on special teams. He scored two of his three touchdowns on punt returns of 80 and 85 yards in the pouring rain and also had seven receptions for 120 yards.
Quarterback Davin Patterson was a perfect 12-12 passing for 219 yards and a touchdown and rushed for 55 yards and a score.
Jayden Bradford threw for 230 yards and a touchdown to Yates Bland and rushed for 66 yards and a touchdown. Bennett Galloway had a five-yard touchdown run before leaving the game in the second half.
Dutch Fork returns home to face River Bluff, while Chapin (4-2, 0-1) travels to White Knoll.
Lexington 31, White Knoll 12
Tyler Walker rushed for two touchdowns and 95 yards as the 10th ranked Wildcats rallied from a first half deficit to defeat the host team Timberwolves.
It was the fifth consecutive victory for Lexington (6-1, 2-0), extending its longest winning streak since 2015. Over the last two games, it has outscored the opposition 35-0 in the second half.
Lexington is idle next week, while White Knoll plays host to Chapin.
AC Flora 39, Richland Northeast 3
The top-ranked defending Class 4A champions won their 15th consecutive game.
Markel Townsend rushed for two touchdowns and caught one of two touchdown passes by Phillip Daniels to lead AC Flora (6-0, 2-0). It next travels to Irmo for a Region 4-4A showdown with Irmo.
Gray Collegiate 50, Columbia
KZ Adams rushed for 153 yards and had four touchdowns and quarterback Riley Staton threw for 223 yards and three touchdowns as the second ranked War Eagles improved to 6-1 overall, 2-0 in Region 3-2A.
Caleb Ford rushed for 130 yards for Gray Collegiate plays host to Saluda next week.
WW King Academy 28, Palmetto Christian 22
The Knights won their third consecutive game to improve to 4-2 overall, 3-1 in SCISA 8-Man Region 2 standings.
Gilbert 42, Fox Creek 13
Jaden Allen-Hendrix rushed for 133 yards and three touchdowns and Alias Graham-Woodberry rushed for 180 yards and a touchdown as the seventh ranked Indians won their 13th consecutive Region 5-3A contest.
Gilbert (6-1, 2-0) travels to Brookland-Cayce next week.
Irmo 48, Dreher 0
The Yellow Jackets improved to 3-2 overall, 2-0 in Region 4-4A with the shutout road victory.
Up next is a region showdown with top-ranked defending Class 4A champion AC Flora. It is the WACH 57 Sonic Friday Night Rivals Game of the Week.
Heathwood Hall 21, Florence Christian 14
A touchdown pass by Donald Tomlin to Will Morris with 13 seconds left gave the Highlanders the victory.
Rondarius Porter had a blocked punt he recovered and returned for a touchdown for Heathwood Hall.
Hammond 48, First Baptist 0
Northwestern 28, Blythewood 0
Orangeburg-Wilkinson 27, Swansea 8
Silver Bluff 62, Pelion 7
North Augusta 50, Airport 10
Strom Thurmond 17, Brookland-Cayce 7
Denmark-Olar 50, Wagener-Salley 42
Eau Claire, Batesburg-Leesville (cancelled)