Bryan County High School and Richmond Hill High School both fell in high school football action Friday night.
The Wildcats (1-2) lost 33-6 to Camden County (3-1) in a nonregon matchup at Wildcats Stadium.
The Redskins (1-2) dropped a 35-decision to visiting Savannah Country Day in a nonregion game on the Redskins’ homecoming night.
Bryan County’s Terron Dixon accounted for the Redskins’ touchdown in the first quarter. He finished with 85 yards rushing on 26 carries.
Hill’s only points came on field goals from Anthony Salazar, who converted on
kicks of 37 and 28 yards in the first
Luke Carter led the Wildcats in passing, completing 15 of 33 yards for 175 yards, but was picked off twice. Matthew Daniel had three catches for 43 yards and Kollins Pettaway caught four passes for 33 yards.
Jalen Rouse was Richmond Hill’s leading rusher with 31 yards on 15 carries.
Defensively, Jaxon Bixler finished with nine tackles and one tackle for a loss; Dedrick Butler had eight tackles, a sack and a tackle for a loss.
The Wildcats play host to New Hampstead on Sept. 14 for homecoming.
Bryan County is off Sept. 14. The Redskins return to action in their Region 2-AA opener against Vidalia on Sept. 21.