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Friday, Oct. 3


Adairsville at Calhoun

Alcovy at Lakeside, Atlanta (A)

Allatoona at Alexander

Americus-Sumter at Bainbridge

Apalachee at Loganville

Arabia Mountain at Stone Mtn. (AV)

Armuchee at Gordon Lee

Athens Academy at Towns Co.

Athens Christ. at Providence Christ.

Atkinson Co. at Clinch Co.

Baldwin at Veterans

Banks Co. at Fannin Co.

Beach at Southeast Bulloch

Benedictine at Wayne Co.

Berkmar at Archer

Berrien at Brooks Co.

Brantley Co. at Pierce Co.

Brookstone at Taylor Co.

Buford at Chestatee

Burke Co. at Thomson

Butler at Glenn Hills

Calhoun Co. at Terrell Co.

Calvary Day at Jenkins Co.

Campbell at Hughes

Cass at Woodland, Cartersville

Cedar Shoals at Heritage, Conyers

Central, Macon at Peach Co.

Central Gwinnett at Dacula

Chamblee at Redan (HS)

Chapel Hill at Villa Rica

Charlton Co. at Irwin Co.

Chattahoochee Co. at Heard Co.

Coahulla Creek at Murray Co.

Collins Hill at Mountain View

Columbia at St. Pius

Columbus at LaGrange

Commerce at Prince Ave. Christian

Coosa at Chattooga

Crawford Co. at Monticello

Creekview at Dalton

Darlington at Model

Drew at Starr's Mill

Druid Hills at Dunwoody (ND)

Eagle's Landing at Hampton

East Coweta at Westlake

East Hall at Dawson Co.

East Jackson at Morgan Co.

East Laurens at Swainsboro

Effingham Co. at Richmond Hill

Elbert Co. at Jefferson

Evans at Warner Robins

Franklin Co. at Lumpkin Co.

Gilmer at Ridgeland

Glynn Academy at Bradwell Institute

Gordon Central at Sonoraville

Greene Co. at Washington-Wilkes

Hancock Central at Aquinas

Hapeville Charter at Wesleyan

Haralson Co. at Our Lady of Mercy

Hardaway at Shaw (K)

Harlem at Screven Co.

Hawkinsville at Greenville

Hebron Christian at Lakeview Acad.

Hephzibah at North Cobb Christian

Heritage, Ringgold at Cartersville

Jackson at Westside, Macon (ED)

Jackson Co. at Oconee Co.

Jefferson Co. at Dublin

Jones Co. at Lakeside, Evans

Josey at Westside, Augusta

KIPP Atl. Collegiate at GAC

Kell at North Springs

Kennesaw Mountain at Osborne

King's Ridge at Fellowship Christian

LaFayette at Southeast Whitfield

Landmark Christian at Rockmart

Lee Co. at Tift Co.

Lincoln Co. at Warren Co.

Lithia Springs at Hiram

Lovejoy at Rockdale Co.

Lowndes at Colquitt Co.

Madison Co. at White Co.

Manchester at Bowdon

Marietta at McEachern

Marist at Lithonia (PV)

Mays at Creekside

McIntosh at Northgate

Mill Creek at Meadowcreek

Miller Grove at Stephenson (HS)

Milton at Etowah

Montgomery Co. at Johnson Co.

Mt. Zion, Carroll at Walker

Mt. Zion, Jonesboro at Whitewater

Mundy's Mill at Morrow (T)

New Hampstead at Glascock Co.

New Manchester at South Paulding

Newnan at Douglas Co.

Norcross at North Gwinnett

North Atlanta at Cambridge

North Cobb at Hillgrove

North Murray at Lakeview-Ft. Ogle.

North Oconee at North Hall

North Paulding at Harrison

Northside, W.R. at Richmond Acad.

Northwest Whitfield at Pickens

Pacelli at Marion Co.

Paulding Co. at East Paulding

Peachtree Ridge at Duluth

Perry at Howard (TH)

Pope at Walton

Portal at Claxton

Rabun Co. at Social Circle

Randolph-Clay at Miller Co.

River Ridge at Rome

Riverdale at Pike Co.

Riverside Mil. at Strong Rock Christ.

Rutland at Jordan (CM)

Salem at Gainesville

Schley Co. at Central, Talbotton

Seminole Co. at Early Co.

Shiloh at Brookwood

South Cobb at Pebblebrook

South Effingham at Brunswick

South Gwinnett at Grayson

Southwest DeKalb at M.L. King (PV)

Sprayberry at Riverwood

St. Francis at Mount Pisgah Christian

Statesboro at Coffee

Stephens Co. at Monroe Area

Stockbridge at Dutchtown

Stratford Acad. at First Presbyterian

Tattnall Co. at Cook

Telfair Co. at Wilcox Co.

Temple at Bremen

Thomas Co. Central at Monroe (M)

Thomasville at Fitzgerald

Toombs Co. at Dodge Co.

Tri-Cities at Carver, Atlanta (L)

Trion at Christian Heritage

Tucker at Newton

Turner Co. at Lanier Co.

Twiggs Co. at Mount de Sales

Union Co. at Oglethorpe Co.

Union Grove at Luella

Valdosta at Camden Co.

Vidalia at Long Co.

Washington Co. at Laney

West Laurens at Upson-Lee

Wheeler at Roswell

Wheeler Co. at Treutlen

Whitefield Acad. at Pinecrest Acad.

Wilkinson Co. at Tattnall Square

Winder-Barrow at Flowery Branch

Woodland, Stockbridge at Ola

Woodstock at Cherokee




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Friday, October 3, 2014


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Walton gets hit with forfeits, drops to 1-4

The Georgia High School Association has ruled that Walton High School has to forfeit three of its victories including a 59-16 win region over Lassiter. The ruling comes after earlier this week

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when Score Atlanta reported the news of Walton self-reporting to the GHSA that it had played an ineligible player on its football team. At the time, Walton was 4-1 overall and 2-1 in Class AAAAAA Region 5.


The Raiders opened the season with non-region wins over South Gwinnett and Marietta before opening region play with a win over Lassiter before losing to Roswell and beating Wheeler last Friday night. The ineligible player participated in all games except the Wheeler win so Walton's record goes to 1-4 overall and 1-2 in the region.


Walton coach Mo Dixon told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution: "In no way, shape or fashion was anything done intentionally," Dixon said. "People naturally assume the worst. None of us are ever going to do anything to jeopardize a program or a kid or even your job. Nothing was manipulated. It was a mistake ... Our plans are the same. We'll try to win them all. We'll be in the hunt. We'll be all right. We just have no wiggle room now. But the bottom line is our kids have a chance."


By Craig Sager II
All eyes on Region 1-AAAAAA unbeatens 

Georgia high school football has long been divided by its North vs. South rivalry Regardless of personal preference, all eyes will be on south Georgia tonight and Region 1-AAAAAA. The six teams skated through non-region play with a combined 29-0 record and it will be the first time ever that you will see this type of action take place within one region on a single night.


(5-0) Valdosta at (5-0) Camden County


Valdosta's win total has decreased the last four seasons, but that trend looks to be part of the past. The 5-0 Wildcats are one win away from matching last year's six-win season. Camden County won last season's matchup 14-10 and will face an even better Valdosta defense this year. Joshua Norwood is arguably the best defensive back in the state and leads a ball-hawking and hard-hitting secondary.  The Valdosta secondary allows the defense to blitz and be aggressive. In five games, only Thomas County Central has put up points. The Wildcats are allowing a state-best two points per game.

            Camden County will aim to increase the tempo of this game. The Wildcats of Kingsland have averaged 42 points per game this season while allowing just 15.6 points per game. 10 different players have scored rushing touchdowns and Camden County will look to keep the ball on the ground against Valdosta. The key for Valdosta will be forcing Camden into passing situations. Camden County has only had to attempt 22 passes this season with a 377 rushing yards per game average.


(5-0) Lowndes at (5-0) Colquitt County


No other team in Region 1 has been tested like Colquitt County. The 5-0 Packers have wins over Mill Creek, Hoover (Ala.) and Enterprise (Ala.) and have won each game by at least 17 points. Chase Parrish has been fantastic at quarterback for Colquitt County. The junior is completing 71.6 % of his passes and has thrown nine touchdowns with just two interceptions. Junior wideout Qwazavia Lee leads the Packers receiving corps with 20 catches for 348 yards and five touchdowns.

            Lowndes battled past Newton two weeks ago in a 17-14 win and has victories over Plant (Fla.) and Roswell to add to its resume. The Vikings fell 37-7 last season to Colquitt County and will look to keep the football on the ground. Lowndes has averaged 237.8 rushing yards per game and junior Dezmond Copeland has paced the backfield with 94.8 rushing yards per game and five touchdowns.


(4-0) Lee County at (5-0) Tift County


Tift County's defense has allowed just 4.2 points per game, while winning all five games by at least 22 points. The Blue Devils have not won more than five games in a season since 2008 and have won just 2-of-12 region games the last two seasons. Lee County has won with its defense and has outscored its last two opponents 101-18.


The Trojans finished 10-2 in Class AAAAA last year, and Tift County will be Lee County's first-ever Class AAAAAA opponent. 

Maureen Lok recognized for innovative work

Flowery Branch, GA - The Atlanta Falcons Community Quarterback Award honors volunteers in Georgia (ages 13 and over) who exemplify leadership and dedication to bettering their communities. Each month during the 2014 season, September through December, an Atlanta Falcons Community Quarterback of the Month winner will be selected. Each winner will receive a $1,000 grant from the NFL Foundation to support the organization served.  Additionally, on Monday, December 15, each of the Atlanta Falcons Community Quarterback Award winners will be recognized at the annual Atlanta Falcons Community Honors Dinner and the 2014 Community Quarterback Award Winner of the Year will be announced.  

The Atlanta Falcons are pleased to announce Maureen Lok as the Atlanta Falcons Community Quarterback Award Winner for October for her volunteer work with The Center for Children & Young Adults.

Lok began volunteering with The Center for Children & Young Adults in 2001. She has managed the community garden as a volunteer for 13 years and can be found two days a week digging in the dirt on campus. As the volunteer garden manager, Lok continues to lead and motivate her fellow Master Gardeners and works directly with the Youth Garden Club to instruct on how to prepare the ground, plant and harvest vegetables and fruit to farm to table. In 2013, CCYA farmed to table over 450 pounds of fresh produce from the garden. Lok continues to work tirelessly to engage new community partners to help support the expansion of the community garden as well as established a youth entrepreneurship project with Kennesaw State University to offer healthy cooking lessons which incorporate produce from the community garden.

The Center for Children & Young Adults was established in 1981 and began housing youth in 1984. Their mission is to provide a safe and nurturing environment with comprehensive services for homeless Georgia youth and young adults ages 12-20 who have been abused, abandoned, neglected, or are at risk. Ultimately, CCYA wants to help teens who have no other placement or family resources to transition successfully into independence and self-sufficiency.



Adairsville at Calhoun
Valdosta at Camden County
Woodstock at Cherokee
Lowndes at Colquitt County
Charlton County at Irwin County
Norcross at North Gwinnett
Lee County at Tift County
Milton at Etowah
Mays at Creekside
Hawkinsville at Greenville

Ricky Dimon
Last Week: 5-5
Lee County
Craig Sager II
Last Week: 6-4
North Gwinnett
Tift County
Stephen Black
Last Week: 8-2
Camden Co
Colquitt Co.
Charlton Co.
North Gwinnett
Tift County
DJ Galbiati Blalock
Last Week: 6-4
North Gwinnett
Tift County
Lauren Goldstein
Last Week: 4-6
Lee County

Brian Jones
Last Week: 7-3
Camden County
North Gwinnett
Tift County






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