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The Dillon Wildcats got off to a slow start and managed to win 14-3 over Cheraw in the jamboree played in Dillon on Friday, August 11.
Dillon’s #22 carried the football twice before Cheraw intercepted a pass on Dillon’s 45-yard line.
Cheraw’s #10 was stopped by Dillon’s #54 and #5. Dillon’s #5 dropped Cheraw’s #10 on the next play for a loss. After an incomplete Cheraw pass, Cheraw’s #9 punted to Dillon’s 5-yard line.
The Wildcats lost 4 yards and faced a second and 14 from their own 1-yard line. Dillon’s #22 managed to pick up 4 yards but were faced with a third and 10 from their own 5-yard line. Dillon punted after an incomplete pass and then a 5-yard penalty. Cheraw took over on Dillon’s 33-yard line.
Cheraw fumbled and Dillon recovered on their own 42-yard line. Dillon could not muster a first down and was forced to punt that ended up on Cheraw’s 32-yard line.
Dillon’s #10 tackled Cheraw’s #23 after a pass reception. Cheraw’s #10 picked up a first down on Cheraw’s 49-yard line. Cheraw’s #9 kept the ball, and Dillon was charged with a 15-yard personal foul that moved the football to Dillon’s 30-yard line.
Cheraw was faced with a third and 12 on Dillon’s 32-yard line. A 5-yard penalty for offsides against Dillon gave Cheraw a third and 7. The Braves then faced a fourth and 6. Cheraw’s #9 kept for a first down. On third down, Cheraw’s quarterback, #9, overthrew his receiver in the end zone.
On fourth and 10, Cheraw’s #37 made a 37-yard field goal to give Cheraw a 3-0 lead over Dillon with 28 seconds remaining in the first quarter.
Dillon’s #22, sophomore Domonick Felton, raced 87 yards for a touchdown with 11:08 remaining in the second quarter. The PAT was good by #37. Dillon was up 7-3.
With 4:38 remaining in the second quarter, Dillon’s #22, sophomore Domonick Felton once again thrilled the Dillon crowd with a 66-yard touchdown. The PAT was good by #37.
Dillon stopped Cheraw and took over on Dillon’s own 45-yard line. Dillon moved the football to Cheraw’s 15-yard line and time expired.

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