The Dillon Christian School Warriors fell to Trinity Byrnes in Friday night football action. Here is a photo gallery by Johnnie Daniels/The Dillon Herald sponsored in part by Tracy Pelt For Dillon County Sheriff.
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The Dillon Christian School Warriors returned home on Friday, September 13, after suffering a 48-7 loss to the Trinity-Byrnes Titans in Darlington.
The Warriors found themselves in unfamiliar circumstances as they were down by 6 points after only 16 seconds of play on a touchdown of 62 yards by Nick Jones. To add insult to injury the once state champion Dillon Christian School Warriors were down by 13 points after only 61 seconds of play on a fumble return by Dontavius Joe of 42 yards and a PAT kick by Andrew Saverance.
With only 2 minutes and 24 seconds into the first quarter the Warriors were down by 20 points on a Dontavius Joe 48-yard interception return and an Andrew Saverance PAT kick. Nick Jones added 6 points on an 8-yard run and a Donovan Lambert run for 2 points.
At the end of the first quarter Dillon trailed by 34 points.
In the second quarter the officials ran the clock.
With 11:36 remaining in the second quarter, Donvan Lambert scored on a 5-yard run and Andrew Saverance added a PAT kick. Jordan Jones completed the scoring for Trinity-Byrnes with a 4-yard run followed by an Andrew Saverance PAT kick.
By halftime the Titans were up by 48 points.
The Warriors finally found the end zone on the last play of the third quarter on a 1-yard carry by Daniel Camp. Josh Brown was successful on his PAT kick.
The Dillon Christian School Warriors will travel to King’s Academy on Friday, September 20, for a 7:30 p.m. game.
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