Battery Creek opened region play with a 35-8 loss at Wade Hampton on Friday.
Quarterback Obadahous Wilson was the Dolphins’ top offensive threat, rushing nine times for 83 yards and the team’s lone touchdown and going 9-for-16 for 73 yards through the air.
Jaeon Allen added 73 yards on 14 carries, and Kyseem Jabar caught seven passes for 49 yards.
Brandon Wilson had a team-high six tackles, Jeremiah Pinckney added five tackles (three for loss), and Jabar had three tackles and an interception to lead the Dolphins’ defense.
Battery Creek (0-3) hosts Creekside Christian next Friday.