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PICS, SCORES, HIGHLIGHTS: High School Football Playoffs Continue

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The playoffs continued in South Carolina on another High School Friday night.

In the Class 4A Division I draw, Byrnes hosted Lexington, Hillcrest was home in Simpsonville to Sumter and Boiling Springs went on the road to Summerville.

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