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RUNNING UPDATES: East Rowan at South Point

Here is your sort-of-up-to-the-minute updates from tonight’s 3A state playoff game between No. 15 East Rowan and No. 6 Belmont South Point. We’ll update this as often as we can.

As always, the newest information is at the top of the post.

Update 16

FINAL. No. 6 Belmont South Point 42, No. 15 East Rowan 32. Mustangs end 2014 7-7.

Update 15

Wyrick sacked on fourth down. South Point takes over on downs. Red Raiders start at own 30. Three minutes left in the game.

Update 14

South Point TD. Washam 17-yard TD run. He is fifth different Red Raider to score tonight. Red Raiders lead 42-32, 4:38 left in the game.

Update 13

South Point fumble. East Rowan recovers. Wyrick pass. South Point interception. About eight minutes to play.

Update 12

End of third. South Point 35, East Rowan 32.

Update 11

East Rowan TD. Samuel Wyrick plows into the end zone from 1 yard out. East Rowan trails South Point 35-25.

Update 10

South Point gets 25-yard TD run by Jeff Pearsall. South Point leads East Rowan 35-25, 6:23 left in third. Score cam after East Rowan failed to convert on a fourth-down conversion attempt.

Update 9

HALFTIME. South Point 28, East Rowan 25. Mustangs get the ball to open the second half.

Update 8

Touchdown East Rowan. Samuel Wyrick to Simon Soles with 11 seconds left in the second quarter. East Rowan down 28-25.

Update 7

Brooks TD run. South Point 28, Mustangs 19.

Update 6

Wall TD run. East Rowan down 21-19 after failed two-point try.

Update 5

Touchdown East Rowan. Wyrick to Wyrick for the 10,164th time this year. PAT is blocked. South Point 20, East Rowan 13.

Update 4

Etherton with 2-yard TD run on first play of second quarter. South Point 21, East Rowan 7.

Update 3

Shootout in Belmont. Tanner Muse goes 72 yards for a touchdown. Red Raiders 14, Mustangs 7. 5:22 1st quarter.

Update 2

Max Wall 3-yard touchdown run. East Rowan 7, South Point 7. 6:47 1st.

Update 1

South Point received opening kickoff. East Rowan tries onside kick. Red Raiders recover. Move to score. Etherton with a 4-yard TD run. South Point 7-0, 8:39 1st.

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