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Dillon, Hartsville fall on championship Saturday

The Wildcats great title run comes to an end on Saturday (Source: WMBF Sports) The Wildcats great title run comes to an end on Saturday (Source: WMBF Sports)

COLUMBIA, S.C. (WMBF) – The Dillon Wildcats fell to Chapman High School by a 29-27 final in the SCHSLA 3A state title game at Williams-Brice Stadium Saturday in Columbia. The loss snaps a streak of four consecutive state championships for Jackie Hayes and the Wildcats.

Chapman wins its first ever state title, while Dillon finishes the year 13-2.

STATE CHAMPIONSHIP WEEKEND SCOREBOARD
Class 4A

South Pointe – 51
Hartsville – 28
Stallions win third consecutive state title (two wins over Hartsville)
Red Foxes finish the season 13-2
Tiyon Evans: 264 rush yards, TD
Stallions scored 27 points in second quarter

Class 3A
Chapman – 29
Dillon – 27
First ever state title for Panthers
Wildcats finish season 13-2; streak of consecutive state championships snapped at four
Johnny Allen: 232 total yards, 4 total TD
Panthers get two field goals and safety in second half to seal win

Class 1A (Friday night)
Lamar – 14
Lake View – 31
Wild Gators claim 1A state title, finish season 14-0
Lamar finishes season 13-1
10th state title in program history for Lake View; first title since 2006

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