Jaquan Dixon of Green Sea Floyds rushes in the scrimmage with Socastee in Brooks Stadium at Coastal Carolina University for the Conway National Bank Kickoff Classic on Friday. Green Sea Floyds won. Photo by Janet Morgan/janet.morgan@myhorrynews.com


That sums up the Green Sea Floyds Trojans’ 47-0 home victory over the Hannah-Pamplico Raiders Friday night.

The quick Trojan defense never allowed the Raiders to cross the 50-yard line the entire contest. Except for a handful of plays, the Raider backs rarely made it past the line of scrimmage all night.

The Trojan offense showed its prowess as well with a powerful running attack led by junior Jaquan Dixon’s three rushing touchdowns. Quarterback Bubba Elliott turned in a 100-plus yard rushing night, including a 76-yard TD scamper in the second quarter.

Trojan head coach Donnie Kiefer said he was proud of his team’s complete effort on both sides of the ball Friday night. 

“Our guys had a very workman-like attitude tonight in getting this win,” Kiefer said. “Everybody got to play and they played to their potential.”

He noted that on film the Hannah-Pamplico quarterback was a potential running threat on every play and his defense made a special effort to thwart that particular part of the Raiders’ scheme.

The defending state 1A champions take a 2-0 early season record on the road to Aynor next week.

“Aynor is a very physical team and always tough,” Kiefer said. “It should be a fun game for the fans.”

Aynor defeated Waccamaw High Friday night 54-13.

Contact Charles D. Perry at 843-488-7236


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