Blythewood tight end Roger Carter caught 5 passes for 129 yards and 2 TD’s in last week’s 35-21 win over White Knoll. Carter, a Florida Atlantic commitment, is a 6-3, 235-pounder who is used primarily as a receiver in the Bengal offense.
Senior Armon Bosier, a 6-2, 185-pound 3-year starter, is a beast rushing the passer for a Blythewood team that will finish second in Region 5-5A with a win tonight against Spring Valley in the Bengals’ season finale. Last week against White Knoll, Bosier was consistently in the Timberwolves’ backfield, credited with 3 QB hurries and two tackles. For the season, Bosier has 11.5 TFL, 4.5 sacks, 14 QBH and 3 blocked kicks, all tops on the Bengals.
Senior safety/defensive back Sekwan Jenkins, a 5-11, 170-pound 3-year starter and the CiCi’s Pizza Blythewood Player of the Week, was selected to play in the North-South All-Star Game this week, a fitting honor after scoring his second defensive touchdown in as many games this past Friday when he scored on a 38-yard Pick Six in a 35-21 win over White Knoll. Jenkins and his Bengal teammates host Spring Valley tonight in a key Region 5-5A match-up. Great job, Sekwan!
Wide receiver Kenny Benton, the CiCi’s Pizza Blythewood Player of the Week, was phenomenal in the Bengals 32-20 win over Lexington last Thursday. The 5-9, 170-pound senior caught six passes for 163 yards and 2 TD’s while also scoring on a 61-yard swing pass that counted as a run because it was judged a lateral. Great job, Kenny!
Blythewood senior Nate Brunson had the game of his life in last week’s 32-20 win over Lexington, registering 19 total tackles in a record-setting performance. A 6-2, 240-pounder with an unusual combination of superior strength, exceptional quickness and tremendous instincts, Brunson’s 19 stops, which included 4 TFL, were the most in Blythewood football history for a defensive lineman.
Blythewood defeated Lexington 32-20 in a critical Region 5-5A contest this past Thursday in a game marked by big plays and a controversial ending. Bengals linebacker Micah Byrd, the Midlands’ leader in tackles with 130 in eight games, set a new school record with 26 total stops against the Wildcats, including two for loss. Byrd and the Bengals (6-2, 3-1) travel to White Knoll (4-3, 1-2) on Friday for a key Region 5-5A match-up with the Timberwolves.
The Blythewood volleyball team has all but clinched the regular season Region 5-5A crown behind the dynamic MH duo of Gabby Waden and Bella Bell. Bell, a superb 6-3 sophomore with a phenomenal skill set, is being recruited by a bevy of high D-1 schools. We talked with Bell this past Wednesday as the Bengals prepared for a huge region match with Lexington. Bell and her teammates pulled out a thrilling 5-set win over the Wildcats to put them in the driver’s seat for a conference championship and #1 seed in the playoffs.
The Blythewood volleyball team took control of Region 5-5A with a thrilling 3-2 win over Lexington on Thursday night. We talked with highly-recruited middle hitter Gabby Waden, a 6-0 junior and the CiCi’s Pizza Blythewood Girls Player of the Week, during Wednesday’s practice. Great job, Gabby!
We talked with Blythewood head volleyball coach Mary Hall on Wednesday about her talented team, which sits atop the Region 5-5A standings after winning a dramatic, come-from-behind five-set match at Lexington last night (24-26, 25-21, 13-25, 25-21 15-9).
Blythewood linebacker Micah Byrd leads all tacklers in the Midlands with 104 stops and is the CiCi’s Pizza BHS Boys Player of the Week. Byrd, a 5-10, 210-pounder, will lead the Bengals’ defense when they host Region 5-5A foe Lexington on Thursday night at Richland Two District Stadium. Great job, Micah!