Sandy Creek 52, Banneker 6

The Patriots exploded for three second-quarter touchdowns to take a 31-0 halftime lead behind more than 300 yards of total offense in the first two periods.

Cole Garvin threw for 215 yards and four scores, one of them a 68-yard strike to Kyle Wilson. Demarre Kitt had 117 receiving yards and two touchdowns, while Eric Swinney led the ground attack with 90 yards.

The Patriots led 10-0 in the first quarter on a Mitchell McMillin field goal and a 27-yard scoring run by Delvin Weems. Backup quarterback Trey Walker threw a 29-yard touchdown pass to Josh Branom on the final play of the third quarter, and Jayland Horne scored the final Sandy Creek touchdown with 6:16 to play in the game.

The Trojans got on the board late in the third on a 4-yard run by Quanderius Lee. It was the first time Banneker crossed midfield since its opening drive.

6 comments Add your comment


September 1st, 2012
8:16 am

SC looked very explosive! If they can avoid injuries, they should make a run.

That Dude Says...

September 1st, 2012
9:40 am

Banneker should of treated the Sandy Creek fans to a halftime concert of Ludacris and Bonecrusher. Both of whom went to Banneker.

sandycreek patriots

September 1st, 2012
10:27 am

the pass from trey walker was to justin sumpter #15, josh branom is number #5

Todd Holcomb

September 1st, 2012
5:08 pm

Bonecrusher actually played football at Banneker. But we digress.


September 1st, 2012
9:21 pm

Walker should have had his 2nd and 3rd string kids in after the third. .I thought he played his starters too long. I wanted to see some of my guys play more minutes. The receivers played too many mins, especially #8, the starting backs #24 & #42 played too many mins, although I was glad to see #42 get some reps.,Need to get these other guys more reps. If the starter gets his 10 reps spread the other reps around. That #15 receiver should have been in the game sooner. Need to get #16 the ball more and the QB stares down his receivers much too much.


September 4th, 2012
5:20 pm

@RobertTheRecruiter… Do you know anything about CCW’s style of coaching? Did you even go to the game?

First off Walker seldom makes wholesale changes to the Offense or Defense like subbing all 2nd and thirds at once. It helps the backups to get reps with the starters.

And for the record..there were plenty of Subs in the game after half time…