Polk County's Angus Weaver surveys the South Carolina offense during action in Saturday's Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas (Jane Ollis photo)

Polk County’s Angus Weaver officially brought his distinguished high school football career to a close Saturday, taking part in the Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas in Spartanburg.

Just the seventh Wolverine to compete in the annual all-star game matching the top players in North Carolina against those in South Carolina, Weaver saw extensive time at linebacker in the game at Spartanburg High School.

South Carolina scored a late touchdown to take a 17-13 victory. Weaver finished the game with three solo tackles, two of those coming against Syracuse commit LaNorris Sellars and Clemson commit Jarvis Green.

Green scored the game-winning touchdown with 4:40 remaining. North Carolina scored in the game on a 1-yard touchdown run by St. Pauls’ Kemarion Baldwin and a 5-yard run from East Forsyth’s Jaylen Alexander-Raynor.

The Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas serves as a fundraiser for the Shriner’s Hospital in Greenville. A replay of the game will be available beginning Dec. 24 on NFHS Network.

Polk County’s Angus Weaver tackles South quarterback LaNorris Sellars during the fourth quarter of Saturday’s Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas (Jane Ollis photo)
Angus Weaver takes the field Saturday during pregame ceremonies (Jane Ollis photo)