SPARTANBURG, S.C. - South Carolina overwhelmed North Carolina in the second half to win the Shrine Bowl game Saturday 42-10.
The victory was the third in four years for the South in the annual charity game of high school football stars.
The Sandlappers scored on a 3-yard pass from Dexter Staley to Jerrell Adams with 51 seconds left in the half and opened the second half with Quinn Baccus' 33-yard scoring interception.
South Carolina spotted the Tar Heels a 10-0 lead in the first period with offensive mistakes including an interception by Brandon Ellerbe for a 44-yard touchdown.
South Pointe's Jadeveon Clowney was named the south's defensive star and Lake City's Shon Carson who rushed 16 times for 82 yards took the offensive award.