By Marcelo Metzelar, Contributing Writer
The Carolina Havoc defeated the Peach State Cats 54-13 Saturday night at Days Inn Field at the Florence Center. The Havoc defense gave a dominating performance as they imposed their will to eight sacks, six turnovers, and forced eight bad snaps. The defense limited the Cats to six points. The Cats’ other points came off an interception return for a touchdown and an uno, which is when the kick off team kicks the ball through the uprights.
Quarterback Jesse Scroggins got the starting nod and contributed a passing touchdown and a rushing touchdown. Last week’s starting quarterback, Daryll Clark, and some others were given a rest this week, in an effort to evaluate the level of depth they have. Kicker Kevin Weber also had a chance to shine as he had three field goals and two unos for the night. Those were his second and third unos for the year.
Including last year’s playoffs, this is the fourth consecutive victory for the Havoc. They will take on the Georgia Doom next week in Macon. The Doom are the last team to defeat the Havoc when they were known as the Atlanta Havoc. They opted to not participate in the playoffs for undisclosed reasons. The Peach State Cats will play the Carolina Cowboyz.