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Several teams got into action last night in the first Friday night of the high school season. We have all the scores below as well as recaps of several games. Also, check out Craig Sager II's story on college recruits playing in today's Metro PCS Corky Kell Classic. 

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How many players from from last year's Corky Kell Classic signed with SEC schools?
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In 2009, Brookwood defeated McEachern 20-10 in the playoffs.



Georgia Dome Aug. 24




Kell vs. Chattahoochee




Peachtree Ridge vs. Walton




Grayson vs. Colquitt County




Camden County vs. North Gwinnett




Brookwood vs. McEachern 8:30p.m.







 Friday, Aug. 23 Scores



Aquinas 52, East Laurens 14

Arabia Mountain 40, Clarkston 7

Athens Aca. 41, Glascock Co. 8

Bainbridge 3, E Gadsden, Fla. 0

Blessed Trin. 18, Westminster 0

Brantley Co. 12, Baconton Ch. 6

Brooks Co. 26, Clinch Co. 14

Callaway 34, Heard Co. 0

Campbell 36, Morrow 6

Coffee 20, Whitewater 6

Cross Creek 25, Greenbrier 14

Darlington 50, Murphy, N.C. 6

Dawson Co. 29, East Hall 27

Dodge Co. 38, SW-Macon 0

Glynn Aca. 14, McIntosh Co. Academy 3

GAC 48, Stone Mountain 26

Hayesville, N.C. 20, Towns Co. 0

Hillgrove 26, Westlake 6

Holy Innocents' 28, Lakeside-DeKalb 14

Jefferson Co. 28, Fitzgerald 14

Landmark Christian 30, Calvary Day 22

Lanier Co. 13, Atkinson Co. 6

Lincoln Co. 41, McCormick, S.C. 0

Lithonia 36, South Atlanta 0

Lovett 21, Woodward Aca.14

Marietta 52, at Newnan 21

New Manchester 21, Paulding Co. 13

Osborne 25, Chapel Hill 14

PACA 54, St. Francis 7

Ridgeland-Hardeeville, S.C. 20, Savannah Country Day 14

Ringgold 33, Dalton 27

TCC 38, Thomasville 0

Towers 13, Jackson-Atlanta 0

Tucker 51, Cedar Grove 12

Vidalia 27, West Laurens 3

Villa Rica 27, Woodland 3

Walker 21, Temple 0

Wayne Co. 35, Brunswick 20

West Hall 35, Johnson 0

Wheeler 44, Sprayberry 14

Woodstock 34, Johns Creek 6

Worth Co. 26, Swainsboro 13


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Saturday, August 24, 2013

By Craig Sager II

Corky Kell participants highly sought out after by colleges




In 2013, the Metro PCS Corky Kell Classic will mark its 22nd year of existence. In the history of the Classic, hundreds of future college athletes have suited up and the individual performances from these extraordinary athletes add an exciting aspect each year.

Sonny Kennedy


The 2013 lineup consists of the same 10 teams as last year: Kell, Chattahoochee, Walton, Peachtree Ridge, Colquitt County, Grayson, North Gwinnett, Camden County, Brookwood and McEachern. More than 31 seniors that played in the Classic last season are suiting up for major college programs this fall.


The 2012 Corky Kell Classic featured college signees Robert Nkemdiche (Ole Miss) Tyren Jones (Alabama), Parker McLeod (Alabama), Brandon Kublanow (Georgia), Anthony Price (Rice), Bryce Ramsey (Georgia), Brendan Langley (Georgia), Quincy Mauger (Georgia), Travis Marshall (Navy), Donnie Miles (North Carolina), DeVondre Seymour (Georgia), Jalen Brooks (Maryland), Alex Stoehr (Georgia State), Octavius Jackson (Florida), Bobby Hill (Ole Miss), Johnny Ward (South Florida), Shaun McGee (Georgia), Kyrin Priester (Clemson), Adam Ledford (Harvard), Wayne Gallman (Clemson), Zach Barnes (Texas Tech), Kasey Gaines (Penn State), David Kamara (Ole Miss), Ryan Carter (Clemson), Jack Banda (Arizona), Jujaun Dulaney (Maryland), Ty Griffin (Ga Tech), Tony Porter (Ohio), Daniel Stephens (Middle Tennessee), J.J. Green (Georgia), Jarrad Davis (Florida) and J.P. Vonashek (South Carolina).


That list puts the level of competition into perspective, and also preps the stage for another talented group of players. Walton is sparked by defensive back and playmaker D.J. Smith. The senior is narrowing down his multiple SEC and ACC offers and will be a big-play option when combined with the accurate passing of Raiders quarterback Price Wilson, who committed to Louisiana Tech in June.


Peachtree Ridge features safety and ex-Georgia commit Nick Glass. On the offensive side of the ball, Peachtree Ridge is privileged to have some of the best skill players in the state including running back Jordan Ellis, who is committed to Virginia, and athlete Myron Burton, who holds offers from Vanderbilt, Clemson, Georgia State and UNC-Charlotte. Orlando Brown anchors the offensive line for the Lions and is committed to Tennessee.


Kell has defensive tackle Donnell Greene and Kennesaw State commit Taylor Henkle. The Chattahoochee offense will feature wide receiver Collin Lisa who is committed to UAB.


Grayson replaces 21 starters this season and will have a new lineup of talented prospects. The Rams have allowed a state-best 9.0 points per game over the last two seasons. Offensively, Grayson will have to control the line of scrimmage against Colquitt County's Jamiyus Pittman, who is committed to Ole Miss. Packers receiver Todd Boyd and lineman Gabe Mobley are both pledged to Georgia State.


North Gwinnett defensive end Dante Sawyer is ranked by many recruiting services in the top 10 in Georgia's Class of 2014. Wideouts Caleb Scott and Nate Brown are both college bound, and running back C.J. Leggett is narrowing down his college choices. Junior offensive tackle Mitch Hyatt is said to be the best player at his position in the junior class.

Camden County starting cornerback Kalvaraz Bessent and safety Chris Williams are both Alabama-bound. Defensive end Anthony Johnson is committed to FIU.


The Brookwood-McEachern matchup will feature two talented running backs. The Broncos' Josh Brown holds offers from Arizona, Buffalo and Furman, while McEachern junior running back Taj Griffin sets the pace for the Indians.


McEachern defensive end Henry Famurewa is committed to Louisville and senior quarterback Ty Clemons is holding scholarship offers from Kentucky and Louisville. Chuma Edoga is a junior offensive tackle with offers from North Carolina, Florida, Auburn, Tennessee and Georgia.

As the players race out of the tunnels in the Georgia Dome on Aug. 24, the familiar sight of college coaches and recruiters on the sidelines will once again appear.


By Stephen Black, Craig Sager, Chris Schutter

Friday football roundup


The first Friday night of high school football ended with a couple mild surprises and some great performances. Class AA Lovett upended Class AAA Woodward Academy in a battle of Atlanta private schools, while South Georgia's Coffee beat Class AAAAA Whitewater 20-7. 

Perry McIntrye


See below for those recaps and more.




Coffee 20, Whitewater 7: Visiting Whitewater scored on a 1-yard rushing touchdown by Ryan May. The Wolverines' scoring stopped there as Coffee put up 20 unanswered points. 


Hillgrove 26, Westlake 6: Host Hillgrove stormed to a comfortable 26-0 halftime lead. Justin Denton had seven receptions for 74 yards and three touchdowns for Hillgrove, and quarterback Elijah Ironside finished 17-of-34 for 120 yards and three touchdown.


Wheeler 44, Sprayberry 14: Visiting Wheeler opened its scoring on a 26-yard Devonte Jackson touchdown run. Jackson added two more scores (94, 97), finishing with 217 yards and three touchdowns off three carries. Wheeler Quarterback Elijah Staley threw for three scores.


Woodstock 34, Johns Creek 6: Visiting Woodstock had two long drives in the first half to take a 14-0 lead. The Wolverines' defense returned an interception for a score and recovered a fumble on the Gladiators' 2-yard line.




Arabia Mountain 40, Clarkston 7: Visiting Arabia Mountain took a 31-0 halftime edge. Trevous Reynolds paced the victorious Rams on 20-of-22 passing with four touchdowns, and senior wideout Greg Phillips hauled in five passes for 125 yards and three scores.


Osborne 25, Chapel Hill 14: Visiting Chapel Hill scored on a 30-yard run late which Osborne answered with a 70-yard touchdown reception to bring the score to 25-14. Osborne stopped Chapel Hill's next drive and held on to win.


Villa Rica 27, Woodland-Bartow 3: Quarterback Kevin Martin was 22 of 35 for 317 yards for host Villa Rica while receiver Kris Ballinger had eight catches for 112 yards. Female kicker Taylor Tidaback made kicks of 35 and 39 yards for the hosts.




Lithonia 36, South Atlanta 0: Visiting Lithonia got on the board in the opening minutes with a 30-yard interception return for a touchdown by Frank Turner. Quarterback Rico Bruton added a 40-yard touchdown pass to Micah Stewart and a 30-yarder to Courtney Lott.




Towers 13, Jackson-Atlanta 0: Visiting Towers scored on two defense touchdowns. Jackson-Atlanta's quarterback fumbled at the 15 which Towers recovered in the endzone and later threw a interception returned for a touchdown by a Towers defensive lineman.




Lovett 21, Woodward Academy 14: The Lions scored the game-winning touchdown on a 10-yard pass from Willie Candler to Jack McGranahan with 2:02 left. Lovett running back Grant Haley ran in the Lions' first two scores on runs of 33 and five.




Holy Innocents' 28, Lakeside DeKalb 14: Host Holy Innocents' running back Jack Pfohl had touchdown runs of 90 and three yards. Jack Palmore threw a 25-yard touchdown pass, and Owen Penn tacked on a 5-yard touchdown for a 28-14 final.


Landmark Christian 30, Calvary Day 22: Darius Smith had three touchdown runs and quarterback Stockton McGuire added another and also kicked a field goal for visiting Landmark Christian. Smith's 39-yard score with 5:13 left clinched it for the War Eagles.


Walker 21, Temple 0: The visiting Wolverines took a 21-0 half-time lead and made it stick. Quarterback Cameron Bloebaum threw three touchdowns passes, two to Kevin Bray and one to Justin Delbrook.



The Score Atlanta team will pick 10 high school games per week. The weekly scores will be tallied at the end of the regular season, and then there will be a special playoff edition. 

Jefferson County at Fitzgerald 
Woodward Academy at Lovett 
Burke County at Thomson 
Blessed Trinity at Westminster

Booker T. Washington (Fla.) at Norcross 
Chattahoochee vs. Kell 
Peachtree Ridge vs. Walton 
Colquitt County vs. Grayson 
Camden County vs. North Gwinnett  
Brookwood vs. McEachern
I.J. Rosenberg, President

DJ Galbiati Blalock, Creative Art Director
Fitzgerald, Woodward Aca., Burke Co., Westminster, Norcross, Chattahoochee, Walton, Grayson, Camden Co., McEachern
Stephen Black, Managing Editor
Fitzgerald, Woodward Aca., Burke Co., Blessed Trinity, Norcross, Kell, Walton, Colquitt Co., North Gwinnett, McEachern
Craig Sager, II, Assistant Editor
Fitzgerald, Woodward Aca.,Burke Co., Westminster, Norcross, Kell, Walton, Colquitt Co., North Gwinnett, McEachern
Melanie Snare, Director of Sales & Marketing
Jefferson Co., Lovett, Burke Co., Blessed Trinity, Norcross, Chattahoochee, Walton, Grayson, Camden Co., McEachern
Brian Jones,
Fitzgerald, Lovettt, Burke Co., Blessed Trinity, Norcross, Kell, Walton, Colquitt County, North Gwinnett, McEachern
Sean Conway,
Fitzgerald, Lovett, Thomson, Blessed Trinity, Norcross, Kell, Walton, Colquitt Co., North Gwinnett, McEachern
Drew Colon,
Account Executive
Jefferson Co., Lovett, Burke Co., Blessed Trinity, Norcross, Chattahoochee, Walton, Colquitt Co., North Gwinnett, McEachern




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