Parkwood News

  • NOV

    Rebels season ends in 41-10 loss to Monroe

    The Monroe Redhawks scored 20 unanswered points in the first half en route to a 41-10 win over Parkwood. The Rebels finally got on the board with 2:21 left in the second quarter when Austin Shook booted a 40-yard field goal. On the ensuing kickoff, Monroe senior running back Jahtwan Stafford took it back 97 yards for a score by streaking down the left sideline and avoiding several tackles. Parkwood, however, scored its first touchdown of the game when Brock Cain completed a 13-yard strike over the middle to Kyle Knox with 7:12 left in the third. The Redhawks officially sealed the victory when Sturdivant scored on a 31-yard run with 3:14 left in the game. Brock Cain was 9-of-22 for 87 yards and TD. Brandon Loham led the Rebels with 68 yards rushing.

    • OCT

      Rebels win first SCC game 21-11

      The Parkwood Rebels ended a streak of 12 consecutive conference losses with a 21-11 win over Piedmont. After moving up from 2A to the 3A Southern Carolina Conference in 2017, the Rebels had been outscored a combined 523-82 in league games until Thursday. Broock Cain, Parkwood's QB rushed for 74 yards and two touchdowns. Midway through the fourth with the Rebels clinging to a 14-11 lead, Parkwood (2-8, 1-5 SCC) called a flea flicker from its own 35-yard line and Cain completed a 55-yard pass down the middle of the field to junior receiver Wyne McGriff. Three plays later, Cain scored on a 3-yard run with 4:20 left to seal the victory. The Rebels struggled to get their offense going early until Cain got his team on the board with a 8-yard TD run with 3:19 left until halftime. arkwood then got a spark from its defense when senior Kyle Hearn intercepted a pass and raced 35 yards for a TD on the final play of the half for a 14-3 advantage. The turnover was one of three the Rebels forced on the night. They also blocked a field goal in the first half.The Rebels will travel to Monroe Friday Nov. 2nd.

      • OCT

        Rebels no match for Cougars

        Parkwood was no match for 1st place Charlotte Catholic, falling to the Cougars 49-14. The Cougars led, 34-0, at the half. Parkwood scored 14 points on the night, tying Monroe for the most points an opponent’s scored against Catholic all season. The Cougars have now won eight straight and are 8-1 overall and 5-0 in the SCC, while Parkwood has now lost five straight and falls to 1-8 overall and 0-5 in league play. The Rebels host Piedmont Friday Oct. 26th.

        • OCT

          Rebels shut out again 49-0

          The Rebels were shut out 49-0 by for the second week in row, this time by Weddington. The Warriors' James Shipley returned 2 punts for scores in the game. The Rebels drop to 1-7 overall and 0-4 in the SCC. Parkwood has now lost four straight, all SCC games. The Rebels travel to Charlotte Catholic Friday Oct. 19th.

          • OCT

            Rebels no match for Mavericks

            The Rebels were shut out 42-0 by Marvin Ridge. The Rebels drop to 1-6 overall and 0-3 in the SCC. The Rebels will host Weddington Friday Oct. 12th.

            • SEP

              Rebels fall to Spartans

              The Rebels scored first to take a 7-0 lead before the Spartans got rolling. The Rebels had no answer for Sun Valley's high powered offense taking this on the chin 53-7. Parkwood falls to 1-5 overall and 0-2 in the conference. The Rebels will be on the road at Marvin Ridge Friday Oct. 5th.

              • SEP

                Rebels fall to Cavs 38-11

                Parkwood had no answer for Cuthbertson's QB Davis Walker in the 38-11 loss. The Parkwood’s lone TD came on its first drive of the game on a 24-yard run by junior Sametrius Drakeford, who finished with 97 yards on 20 carries. The Rebels turned the ball over three times in the loss. The Rebels are at Sun Valley in Week 7.

                • SEP

                  Rebels get 1st win of 2018

                  Parkwood picked up its first win of the season with a 30-22 win at Buford on the road. The Rebels led 17-0 at the break but Buford cut the lead to 17-14. Parkwood struck back with 13 straight points. Sophomore Brandon Logan scored to give his team a 24-14 lead while junior Austin Shook added three field goals.Defensively Daniel Morrison returned an interception for at TD. Parkwood has a bye week and will open up SCC play vs. Cuthbertson Friday Sept. 21st.

                  • AUG

                    Rebels fall to Cox Mill

                    Cox Mill held Parkwood to just seven points on its way to a road nonconference win. The Knights were up, 13-0, at the half. Parkwood was looking to cut into that lead in the third quarter, but the Rebels ultimately fumbled the ball and the Chargers would scoop it up and score to take a 20-0 advantage. Parkwood (0-3) will look for its first win Friday Sept 7tj at home against Buford (S.C.).

                    • AUG

                      Rebels lose heartbreaker 27-23

                      After a wild fourth quarter that included four lead changes, Parkwood came up short falling to Forest Hills 27-23. The Rebels fell to 0-2. Forest Hills scored the gamewinner with 1:37 left in the fourth, when senior quarterback Jai Rorie hit senior receiver Keeshawn Tyson on a slant from seven yards out. Parkwood had one last chance on the ensuing drive, but Jackets sophomore safety Tyquan Rushing intercepted a deep pass to secure the win. The Rebels retook the lead (23-20) on another TD run by Drakeford. The score was aided by a 39-yard reception by junior Austin Cain on the previous play. Drakeford led Parkwood with 119 yards and two scores on 24 carries, while junior Wyne McGriff added a 79-yard kickoff return for a touchdown in the closing seconds of the first half. The Rebels also got a standout performance from junior Kyle Knox, who blocked a punt for a safety, recorded a tackle for loss, deflected a pass and caught three passes for a team-high 72 yards. Parkwood hosts Cox Mill Friday Aug 31st.

                      • AUG

                        Rebels fall 50-25 to open the 2018 season

                        The Rebels fell to Grays Creek 50-25 top open the 2018 season. After one quarter, Gray’s Creek led 8-6 before they outscored the home team 35-0 in the decisive quarter, to take a 43-6 lead into the half. The Bears blocked two punts, one which was recovered for a touchdown. Gray’s Creek also scored on a 98-yard fumble return that pushed the lead to 36-6. Parkwood travels to Forest Hills Friday Aug 24th.

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