South Pointe (S.C.) may not go undefeated. The No. 5 ranked team in the USA TODAY Super 25 may not win a state title, either. If they don’t, they’re making it clear that they won’t miss out simply because they sleepwalk through a game against an overmatched foe.
South Pointe showed up prepared to take care of business on Friday, taking an early lead and then hitting the afterburners in a 45-10 victory against Lancaster (S.C.). South Pointe jumped out to a 7-3 lead after the first quarter, outscored Lancaster 17-7 in the second quarter and then completely shut out the Bruins in the third and fourth quarter of a 45-10 victory.
On Friday, the Stallions scored on a variety of quick strike plays, including a 57-yard pitch and go route, a fumble recovery scoop and score from 66 yards and a 54-yard touchdown pass as the team’s explosiveness proved to be a significant game-changer for South Pointe.
Not that the Stallions needed it. They were dominant throughout as their charge up the rankings toward an undefeated state title and a late charge at the Super 25 title.