HENDERSON — Daingerfield quarterback Jakauri Woods rushed for two touchdowns and passed for a couple more while the defense also scored twice in a 62-0 win over Corrigan-Camden on Friday in their Class 3A Division II regional semifinal at Lion Stadium. 

Daingerfield (10-3) advanced to face defending state champion and No. 1 Newton (12-0) next week in the state quarterfinals. Kickoff is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Friday from Lufkin's Abe Martin Stadium.

Corrigan-Camden completed its season at 10-3. 

Woods completed three of his five pass attempts with two of those going for touchdowns (40, 62). Jakobie Craver needed five carries to rush for 142 yards and three scores. His last three rushes all ended up in the end-zone on runs of 64, 14 and 50 yards. 

Both Tyrese Grant and Trevonta Royal caught TD passes and returned fumbles for touchdowns. 

Corrigan-Camden combined to run the ball 54 rush times for 188 yards with two lost fumbles. Zach Ivie led the Bulldogs on the ground with 73 yards on nine attempts.  

The Tigers led 34-0 after the first quarter and 56-0 at halftime. 

It was a running clock in the second half, but there was still enough time for Craver’s third TD run and more dominating defense by Daingerfield, which shut out a Corrigan-Camden team that had scored 88 points in its first two playoff wins. 

Daingerfield has outscored its first three playoff opponents, 174-43.