Scots snag SWAC title


Staff report



Darrius Dockery reached the end zone three times in Scotland’s victory over Haw River Saturday.


Contributed by Carol Morgan

Scotland’s JaQuel Parker leaps to try to make a highlight-reel catch.


Contributed by Carol Morgan

Tyler Barfield was steady at quarterback for Scotland. He tossed a 30-yard touchdown strike to Dai-Nas Gibson in the win.


Contributed by Carol Morgan

TJ Roscoe was an instrumental two-way player for Scotland during its championship run, opening holes on the offensive line while clogging up rushing lanes on the defensive line.


Contributed by Carol Morgan

Dai-Nas Gibson caught a touchdown and ran for another during the Scotland’s rout of Haw River.


Contributed by Carol Morgan

LAURINBURG — The Scotland County Parks and Recreation’s Midget League All-Stars defeated Haw River 34-8 at Legion Park in Laurinburg Saturday to win the Statewide Activities Committee championship.

Scotland’s Darrius Dockery scored three total touchdowns in the win — he returned a kickoff 65 yards, recovered a fumble and ran it back for a 50-yard score and reached the end zone on a 10-yard run.

The All-Stars’ Dai-Nas Gibson added two touchdowns in the win. He hauled in a 30-yard reception for a score from quarterback Tyler Barfield, and scampered for a 5-yard touchdown run.

The Baby Scots are comprised of the top 11-12 year-old talent in the county, and they reached the SWAC title game after defeating Alamance County 20-14 in Mebane Nov. 21.

Scotland is led by head coach Bryan Dockery. Teddy Roscoe, Raymond Moody and Tony Strickland also make up the All-Stars’ coaching staff.

Darrius Dockery reached the end zone three times in Scotland’s victory over Haw River Saturday.
http://laurinburgexchange.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_1.jpgDarrius Dockery reached the end zone three times in Scotland’s victory over Haw River Saturday. Contributed by Carol Morgan

Scotland’s JaQuel Parker leaps to try to make a highlight-reel catch.
http://laurinburgexchange.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_2.jpgScotland’s JaQuel Parker leaps to try to make a highlight-reel catch. Contributed by Carol Morgan

Tyler Barfield was steady at quarterback for Scotland. He tossed a 30-yard touchdown strike to Dai-Nas Gibson in the win.
http://laurinburgexchange.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_8.jpgTyler Barfield was steady at quarterback for Scotland. He tossed a 30-yard touchdown strike to Dai-Nas Gibson in the win. Contributed by Carol Morgan

TJ Roscoe was an instrumental two-way player for Scotland during its championship run, opening holes on the offensive line while clogging up rushing lanes on the defensive line.
http://laurinburgexchange.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_10.jpgTJ Roscoe was an instrumental two-way player for Scotland during its championship run, opening holes on the offensive line while clogging up rushing lanes on the defensive line. Contributed by Carol Morgan

Dai-Nas Gibson caught a touchdown and ran for another during the Scotland’s rout of Haw River.
http://laurinburgexchange.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_12.jpgDai-Nas Gibson caught a touchdown and ran for another during the Scotland’s rout of Haw River. Contributed by Carol Morgan

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