Loss at Woodmont knocks Green Wave from playoff race

By Eugene Jolley
Courier Sports

PIEDMONT — In a battle for playoff positioning and postseason berths, Woodmont rallied with two fourth-quarter touchdowns Friday night to hold off Easley, 21-14.

Woodmont (6-3, 4-2) took advantage of the short field on scoring drives of 45, 38 and 22 yards to vanquish the Green Wave’s playoff hopes.

“Our defense did a great job all night against them,” Easley coach Caleb King said. “We knew we would have trouble blocking the Navy commit (Cameron Donald), who is a great player. It makes it tough. We came up just short against a team that a lot of people thought was going to win this league. We had them on the ropes and just couldn’t throw

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