You still have a couple more hours to vote for this week’s RBC Heritage Player of the Week, so why not spend a few of those moments admiring the teammates who helped make a spot on that ballot possible?
They are the offensive linemen, the defensive dynamos, the two-way warriors, and the special teams standouts. We call them the Unsung Heroes presented by Candor USA, and here they are for Week 6:
Braydon Dineen, BA — Dineen racked up 10 tackles and picked off a pass to lead the Eagles’ defense in a 30-14 loss to Beaufort Academy.
JacQuez Frazier, WB — Senior linebacker had a team-high 13 tackles in the Warriors’ 37-36 overtime loss to Woodland.
Brodrick Glover, BHS — Senior cornerback had a big game in the Eagles’ 38-24 loss to Effingham County, coming up with five tackles, two pass breakups, and an interception.
Toddie Gray, Lukas Kinsey, and Fabian Salazar, BCHS — This trio all graded at 91 percent or better after a dominant performance by the Dolphins’ offensive line in a 31-6 win over Creekside Christian. Battery Creek rolled up 279 rushing yards in its first win of the season.
Sonny Halker, THA — Junior linebacker was a bright spot in the Rebels’ 55-14 loss to Trinity-Byrnes, collecting nine tackles to give him 22 stops over the past two games.
Evan Hayes, BLHS — The Bobcats’ senior kicker booted two touchbacks in three kickoffs, was 2-for-2 on PATs, and made a 41-yard field goal in a 49-17 loss to Richmond Hill.
Josh Horton, JPII — The Golden Warriors senior was busy Friday, racking up 17 tackles in a 53-19 loss to Orangeburg Prep.
Carson King, HHP — Dolphins’ two-way standout had four receptions for 71 yards and a touchdown and made eight tackles in a 41-18 loss at Carolina Academy.
Jackson Lanier, HHCA — “Bulldog” showed his bark in a 42-7 win over Northwood Academy, collecting 21 tackles (16 solo) and three tackles for loss to spearhead the Eagles’ strong defensive effort.
Christian Miller, HHIHS — Highly-touted cornerback showed out against New Hampstead’s talented receivers, collecting four tackles, five pass breakups, an interception, and a fumble recovery in a 50-35 loss.
Bryce Summers, MRHS — Senior kicker had a busy night in a 54-0 win over Lake Marion, making 6 of 7 PATs and booting field goals of 35 and 44 yards — the latter a school record — to go along with three touchbacks in 10 kickoffs.
Brandon Wilson, BCHS — The Dolphins’ dominant defensive end collected five tackles, including one tackle for loss and two sacks, to lead Battery Creek’s defense in a 31-6 win over Creekside Christian.