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Adairsville 56, N. Murray 17

Alexander 32, E. Paulding 29

Allatoona 48, Paulding Co. 20

Alpharetta 24, S. Forsyth 14

Appling Co. 17, Pierce Co.14

Aquinas 43, Warren Co. 14

Archer 35, Central Gwinnett 14

Athens Academy 60, Providence Christian 0

Athens Christian 40, Lakeview Academy 0

Atkinson County 20, Turner County 16

Baldwin 17, Perry 3

Banks County 27, Dawson County 21

Benedictine Military School 70, Groves 19

Bleckley County 19, Monticello 13

Bowdon 46, Heard County 20

Brantley County 41, Toombs County 13

Bremen 34, Manchester 12

Brooks County 35, Early County 7

Brunswick 39, Richmond Hill 34

Bryan County 28, Jeff Davis 21

Buford 58, North Oconee 3

Butler 35, New Hampstead 6

Calhoun 56, Murray County 3

Calhoun County 39, Miller County 0

Callaway 41, Pepperell 7

Calvary Day 49, Claxton 21

Cambridge 35, Riverwood 17

Carrollton 35, Troup 22

Cartersville 48, Southeast Whitfield 0

Cass 41, River Ridge 26

Cedar Grove 42, North Clayton 0

Centennial 27, North Forsyth 3

Central, Carroll 42, Cedartown 14

Charlton County 34, Telfair County 20

Chattahoochee County 48, Temple 18

Christian Heritage 26, Walker 7

Clinch County 59, Lanier County 26

Commerce 58, Towns County 0

Cook 13, Dodge County 10

Coosa 21, Dade County 6

Crawford County 51, North Cobb Christian 31

Creekside 38, Banneker 6

Dacula 27, Grayson 17

Dalton 48, Woodland, Cartersville 0

Darlington 40, Armuchee 6

Decatur 35, Therrell 7

Dooly County 31, Taylor County 8

Dutchtown 30, Union Grove 17

Eagles Landing 21, Walnut Grove 13

Eagles Landing Christian 35, Landmark Christian 28

East Coweta 28, Douglas County 14

East Hall 34, Franklin County 7

Eastside 47, Hampton 14

Elbert County 41, Morgan County 7

Emanuel County Institute 63, Wheeler County 0

Etowah 31, Wheeler 13

First Presbyterian 41, Wilkinson County 32

Fitzgerald 42, Pelham 0

Flowery Branch 29, Loganville 14

Forsyth Central 49, North Springs 21

Gainesville 61, Cedar Shoals 26

George Walton Academy 21, Hebron Christian 17

Gilmer 62, LaFayette 27

Glynn Academy 35, Effingham County 14

Grady 41, Chamblee 14

Greater Atlanta Christian 38, Holy Innocents' 0

Greene County 24, Riverside Military 7

Griffin 57, Pike County 7

Harris County 34, Carver, Columbus 14

Harrison 43, Hillgrove 42

Hart County 49, Oconee County 21

Hawkinsville 28, Schley County 2

Heritage, Conyers 35, Apalachee 28

Houston County 42, Greenbrier 13

Irwin County 40, Wilcox County 0

Jackson 34, Central, Macon 28

Jackson County 35, East Jackson 15

Jackson, Atlanta 30, South Atlanta 22

Jefferson County 49, Harlem 14

Jenkins County 30, Savannah Country Day 19

Johns Creek 42, Habersham Central 14

Johnson County 62, Treutlen 13

Johnson, Savannah 26, Beach 9

Jones County 51, Evans 24

Jonesboro 45, Mt. Zion, Jonesboro 0

Kell 35, North Atlanta 7

LaGrange 24, Shaw 0

Lamar County 53, Putnam County 14

Lambert 33, West Forsyth 27

Laney 49, Hephzibah 7

Lanier 42, Salem 35

Liberty County 47, Windsor Forest 0

Lincoln County 34, Georgia Military 21

Locust Grove 37, Henry County 30

Long County 46, McInstosh County Academy 12

Lovett 30, Wesleyan 24

Luella 19, Ola 0

Macon County 37, Northeast, Macon 0

Marion County 41, Greenville 0

Marist 41, Columbia 0

Mary Persons 31, Veterans 0

Mays 27, Carver, Atlanta 14

McEachern 40, Kennesaw Mountain 14

McIntosh 51, Forest Park 22

Metter 48, East Laurens 14

Mill Creek 51, Collins Hill 7

Miller Grove 48, Dunwoody 21

Milton 30, Woodstock 13

Mitchell County 27, Terrell County 12

Model 23, Chattooga 0

Mountain View 42, Meadowcreek 0

Mt. Paran Christian 42, Trion 0

Mt. Pisgah Christian 64, King's Ridge 22

Mundy's Mill 33, Starr's Mill 16

New Manchester 42, Chapel Hill 10

Newnan 35, Pebblebrook 6

North Gwinnett 71, Duluth 24

North Hall 38, Monroe Area 35

North Paulding 42, Marietta 41

Northgate 43, Drew 30

Northside, Columbus 45, Columbus 28

Northview 37, Chattahoochee 7

Northwest Whitfield 41, Ridgeland 30

Oglethorpe County 13, Social Circle 10

Osborne 41, Cross Keys 6

Pace Academy 37, Hapeville Charter 20

Parkview 49, Shiloh 27

Peach County 31, Jordan 7

Peachtree Ridge 35, Norcross 2

Pickens 23, Heritage, Catoosa 0

Pinecrest Academy 14, Fellowship Christian 7

Pope 39, Lassiter 35

Rabun County 22, Washington-Wilkes 7

Randolph-Clay 64, Baconton Charter 21

Richmond Academy 35, Cross Creek 0

Ringgold 48, Coahulla Creek 0

Rockdale County 37, Lakeside, DeKalb 14

Rockmart 41, Haralson County 8

Roswell 31, Cherokee 21

Savannah Christian 24, Portal 14

Seminole County 61, Berrien 21

Sequoyah 38, Rome 21

Sonoraville 54, Lakeview-FO 7

South Cobb 62, Campbell 39

South Effingham 40, Bradwell Institute 12

South Gwinnett 32, Berkmar 0

South Paulding 47, Lithia Springs 0

Spalding 47, Riverdale 20

St. Anne Pacelli 41, Brookstone 20

St. Francis 14, Whitefield Academy 7

St. Pius X 70, Arabia Mountain 38

Stephens County 31, Madison County 10

Stephenson 33, M. L. King 7

Stockbridge 36, Woodland, Stockbridge 7

Stratford Academy 49, Mt. de Sales 27

Swainsboro 25, Dublin 7

Tattnall Square 37, Twiggs County 26

Thomas County Central 38, Crisp County 0

Tri-Cities 57, Clarkston 0

Tucker 55, Alcovy 0

Upson-Lee 21, Howard 20

Vidalia 56, Bacon County 27

Villa Rica 55, Hiram 48

Ware County 40, Statesboro 7

Warner Robins 51, Lakeside, Evans 49

Washington County 73, Josey 6

Wayne County 34, Thomson 6

West Hall 49, Fannin County 0

Westminster 42, Douglass 8

Westover 27, Dougherty 8

Westside, Augusta 48, Glenn Hills 0

White County 50, Chestatee 28

Whitewater 30, Fayette County 0

Winder-Barrow 35, Clarke Central 29

Woodward Academy 28, Sandy Creek 7

Worth County 43, Americus-Sumter 12

 

 

 





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WEEK 10 ROUNDUP
Grayson, Sandy Creek fall to region foes

Class AAAAAA

Archer scored 21 unanswered points following a brief 7-0 deficit as it pulled off a 35-14 victory over Central Gwinnett in Region 8-AAAAAA action. Gabe Tiller completed 21 of 32 passes

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for 277 yards and four touchdowns to lead the visiting Tigers, who won their fifth game in a row after a 0-3 start.
Tiller found Dylan Singleton with a 41-yard touchdown strike to begin the scoring and also connected with Ryan Nails and Jamyest Williams in the first half. Central Gwinnett got within 21-14 in the final quarter, but Kyle Davis returned the ensuing kickoff 85 yards for a touchdown. Nails soon hauled in a 38-yard scoring pass from Tiller to put the exclamation point on Archer's win.


 

Centennial 27, North Forsyth 3: James Kelley caught touchdown passes of 5 and 80 yards from Casen Conway to lead visiting Centennial, which led 21-3 at halftime. Aaron Turk (6-yard run) and Luther Martinez (7-yard run) also scored on the ground. Defensive tackle Jimmy Walton had five tackles-for-loss for the Knights, who also had a fumble recovery by Chris Calhoun.


 

Dacula 27, Grayson 17: Host Dacula scored on its first possession as Jakob Brashear found the endzone from three yards out and Grayson answered with a Cameryn Brent touchdown run and a Chase Brice touchdown pas to Hunter Schuler to take a 14-7 lead into the half. Dacula completed the comeback and frustrated Grayson in the second half with five forced turnovers. Dacula took the lead on a 20-yard touchdown pass from Giovani Lugo to Grant Jonathan. On Grayson's next possision, Lawson Cook intercepted Brice and returned it 38 yards for the game-clinching touchdown.


 

East Coweta 28, Douglas County 14: East Coweta ran for 250 yards and got touchdown runs from four players to roll past Douglas County. The Indians got touchdown runs from Carlos Ford (2 yards), DeVonte Brown (2 yards), Lernilous Newsome (12 yards) and Will LaGuardia (7 yards). Douglas County quarterback Malik Oliver completed 18 of 35 passes for 231 yards, including a 50-yard touchdown pass to Donovan Richardson. Oliver also completed a 6-yard touchdown pass to D'ondre Glenn.


 

Lambert 33, West Forsyth 27: Tanner Hall caught two first-half touchdown passes from Drew Cole and booted a 28-yard field goal to help visiting Lambert take a 23-13 halftime lead. West Forsyth cut the deficit to 23-20 with a Hampton McConnell touchdown pass to Nathan Schmitz in the third quarter and grabbed a 27-23 lead in the fourth quarter on a 92-yard Grant Anderskow touchdown reception. Lambert's Trevor O'Brien ran for a game-winning score with 22 seconds left.


 

McEachern 40, Kennesaw Mountain 14: Sam Jackson rushed for 189 yards and three touchdowns to lead visiting McEachern past Kennesaw Mountain. Jackson scored on runs of 52, 48 and 15 yards. The Indians also got a 7-yard touchdown run from Quay Holmes. Bailey Hockman threw for just 78 yards, but tossed a pair of scoring strikes to Tyler Smith, from 33 and 21 yards away. McEachern led 20-6 at halftime and 28-6 going into the fourth quarter.


 

Mill Creek 51, Collins Hill 7: Mill Creek led 14-0 after one quarter, 23-0 at halftime and 37-0 going into the fourth quarter as it coasted past visiting Collins Hill. The Hawks scored the game's first 51 points before Collins Hill finally got on the scoreboard with 32 seconds remaining. Johnathan Hawkins scored four rushing touchdowns, including three in the first 14 minutes of the game and his first from 40 yards out early in the opening quarter. Brian Efianayi also had a touchdown for Mill Creek.

Milton 30, Woodstock 13: A Chris Turner touchdown run and an 85-yard touchdown pass from Austin McLeod to Obe Fortune gave visiting Milton an early 14-0 lead. Micco Brisker pushed the lead to 20-0 lead with a 1-yard rushing score. Woodstock's Justin Agner ran in a touchdown and threw for a score in the third quarter but a 43-yard McLeod to Fortune touchdown pass and an Ethan Suda 36-yard field goal gave Milton its 30-13 lead.

Mountain View 42, Meadowcreek 0: Alex Scott passed for two touchdowns and Nick Harris rushed for two as Mountain View outscored host Meadowcreek 21-0 in each half of its shutout. Scott connected with Kielan Whitner and Andre Joseph for first-quarter scoring strikes. Harris extended the Bears' lead to 28-0 early in the third quarter before Sam Freitas threw a 15-yard touchdown pass to Andrew Pettit. Basil Anderson capped off the scoring with a touchdown run in the fourth quarter.

North Paulding 42, Marietta 41: The Wolfpack held off the visiting Blue Devils in a back-and-forth game. Kyle Banks threw five touchdown passes for North Paulding, connecting with D.J. Owens for four scores and Brad Swan for one. North Paulding totaled 100 yards rushing in the first half and held a 20-14 lead. Meshach Mays scored on a 14-yard run. Swan recovered a late onside kick to secure the win for the Wolfpack after Marietta failed on a 2-point conversion with 39 seconds remaining.


Northview 37, Chattahoochee 7: D.J. Pearson had three touchdown passes for visiting Northview. Jair Anderson caught two of the touchdown passes, while Ricci Nuckles caught the other. Josh Moran and Devin Johnson had rushing scores, and Peyton Ericson hit a 34 field goal for the Titans. Matt Ferguson and and Troy Sawyer both had interceptions for Northview, which led 17-7 at the half.


Peachtree Ridge 35, Norcross 2: Na'Ceem Antenor rushed 27 times for 150 yards and three touchdowns, including a 62-yarder, to lead host Peachtree Ridge. Quarterback Chance Thrasher was 14-of-22 passing for 210 yards and two touchdowns, a 76-yarder to Connor Heyward for his only catch and a 27-yarder to Christian Sutton, who had six catches for 74 yards. The Peachtree Ridge defense had three interceptions and a fumble recovery.


Pope 39, Lassiter 35: Pope outscored Lassiter 14-0 in the fourth quarter and Carson Day rushed for a touchdown from four yards out with six seconds remaining to give the Greyhounds a dramatic victory. Day accounted for all five of Pope's touchdowns, three on the ground and two on receptions from Taylor Wolf. The final score was set up by a crucial third-down pass to Patrick Burke for 30 yards down to the Trojans' 6-yard line. Brendan Johnson kicked a 22-yard field goal for the Greyhounds.


Roswell 31, Cherokee 21: Host Roswell opened the game with a 54-yard touchdown pass from James Whitaker to Sheldon Evans. Evans added two rushing touchdowns and Ben Hogan kicked a 37-yard field goal to give Roswell a 24-7 halftime lead. Ashley Spencer hit Andrew Harris for a Cherokee touchdown in the first half and found Montrell Washington for a touchdown in the third quarter. Whitaker increased Roswell's lead to 31-14 with a touchdown pass to Jacari Harris. Brittain Brown ran in Cherokee's final score.


South Gwinnett 32, Berkmar 0: South Gwinnett led 19-0 at halftime and 32-0 after three quarters prior to a running clock in the fourth. Quarterback Josh Shim left with an injury early in the first quarter, but Seth Johnston filled in to throw touchdown passes to Xavier Dupree, Colby Ransom and Noel Hussey. The Comets also got a 22-yard blocked punt return for a touchdown from Justin Mascoll. Roberto Lindsay opened the scoring with two first-quarter field goals.


Tucker 55, Alcovy 0: Host Tucker totaled more than 400 yards of offense. Quarterback Garrett Rigby completed 4-for-8 passes for 108 yards and three touchdowns before giving way to Daniel Chattman, who tossed a 41-yard strike for a score on his only pass. Receiver Delvin Weems caught nine passes for 121 yards and a pair of touchdowns. Jonathan Ledbetter made an impact on both sides of the ball, scoring on a 50-yard touchdown reception and an 80-yard fumble return.


 

Class AAAAA


Alexander 32, East Paulding 29: After trailing 19-10 at the half, Alexander rallied to win at home over East Paulding. Baylor Whitfield went 18-of-22 for 172 yards and one touchdown. Mikell Lands-Davis carried 20 times for 122 yards and three touchdowns. Isaac Zico caught four balls for 80 yards and one score. Andrew Chandler tacked on a 34-yard field goal and went 3-for-3 on extra points. East Paulding rushed for 236 yards and three scores while totaling 48 yards passing in the loss.


Creekside 38, Banneker 6: Host Creekside rushed out to an 18-0 lead in the first quarter. A pair of safeties in the Banneker-end zone along with a pair of touchdowns by Gino Appleberry to set the tone. The Seminoles totaled over 500 yards of offense with quarterback Felix Harper leading the way, completing 12-of-16 passing for 198 yards for two scores. Joseph Perkinson and Myles Clark each recorded a touchdown reception in the contest.


McIntosh 51, Forest Park 22: McIntosh quarterback Duke Kinamon passed for three touchdowns and ran for two to lift the Chiefs past Forest Park. Kinamon scored on runs of 2 and 16 yards and completed touchdown passes of 19 yards to Chandler Birrell and 52- and 37-yarders to Taylor Casterline. The Chiefs also got a 1-yard touchdown run from Avery Hurns and a 16-yard touchdown run from backup quarterback Hunter Best. Spencer Barker added a 30-yard field goal. Forest Park opened the game with a 95-yard kickoff 

return for touchdown by Lester Miller. Miller also scored on a 71-yard run.


Mundy's Mill 33, Starr's Mill 16: Kylid Hylton ran for 180 yards on 14 carries and scored three touchdowns on runs of 6, 45 and 56 yards to lead Mundy's Mill past Starr's Mill. Hylton has now rushed for 994 yards this season. Mundy's Mill also got a 12-yard touchdown run from Marquarios Crutchfield, who finished with 42 yards on eight carries. Quarterback Rodriquez Gates completed 12 of 18 passes for 164 yards.


Stephenson 33, M.L. King 7: Host Stephenson took a 14-0 lead into halftime following 1-yard rushing scores by running back Ivonte Patterson and quarterback Dewaan Ford. The Jaguars continued the one-side affair with a pair of Patterson touchdowns in the second half, including a 15-yard scamper. Ford proved to be a dual threat, finding Tyler Taylor in the end zone for a passing score. The Jaguars' defense stifled M.L King, forcing three turnovers in the game.


Stockbridge 36, Woodland-Henry 7: Twenty-eight unanswered points for host Stockbridge propelled the Tigers to victory after holding just a 1-point lead at the half. Jairius Shade scored on a 6-yard run to take an early 8-0 lead. Kobie Lain hit Justin Strozier from 10 yards out to bring the Wolfpack within one. Malachi Brown tossed a 39-yard pass to Jacob Pinch to go up 15-8 in the third. Brown found the end zone once more on a short run and Jamari Clark scored from 12 yards out to put the game out of reach.


 

Villa Rica 55, Hiram 48: After falling in a 27-0 hole, the visiting Wildcats rallied to win in dramatic fashion. The tide began to turn after a safety which helped spark Villa Rica. Noah Smith hit on 24 of 36 passes totaling 362 yards and five scores. The Wildcats managed 500 total yards of offense. Marquis McPhal rushed for 78 yards and one score on 20 carries. Kris Ballinger caught nine balls for 157 yards and two scores including a 78-yard reception. Yassar El-Amin hauled in 10 catches for 155 yards and three touchdowns with his longest being 41-yards. Malik Thompson intercepted a pass. Jacob Lester threw for 120 yards in the loss while the running game for the Hornets racked up 363 yards.


Warner Robins 51, Lakeside-Evans 49: In a wild game that featured three kickoff returns for touchdowns, Warner Robins got an 8-yard touchdown run from Terry Harris with a little more than five minutes remaining in the game to get past Lakeside-Evans. The teams swapped leads five times in the final quarter-and-a-half. Lakeside's Stephen Houzah returned two kickoffs for touchdowns, the last one with eight minutes remaining to give Lakeside a 49-45 lead. He also had a 93-yard kickoff return in the middle of the third quarter. Warner Robins' Reggie Gordon had an 80-yard touchdown return in the middle of the second quarter. The Demons' Jacquan Burns had touchdown runs of 10 and 1 yards, and Ivan Corbin also had touchdown runs of 22 and 8 yards. Tyrome Tharpe added a 60-yard interception return for a score for Warner Robins that was matched by Lakeside's Jordan Rogers, who also scored on a 60-yard interception return.


Whitewater 30, Fayette County 0: Christian Wafford and Jay Ashley scored two touchdowns each to lead Whitewater to victory against cross-county rival Fayette County. Wafford scored on runs of 20 and 66 yards. Ashley, who completed 5-of-8 passes for 60 yards, scored on runs of 9 and 1 yards. Liam Voigt added a 26-yard field goal. McIntosh led 17-0 at halftime.


 

Class AAAA


Buford 58, North Oconee 3: Five different Buford players scored touchdowns in the first half as the visiting Wolves remained undefeated by rolling over North Oconee. Jordan Perlotte rushed for two scores, with his first coming late in the opening half after Alan Frazier recovered a fumble on the Titans' 1-yard line. T.D. Roof, Martin Mangrum, Evyn Cooper and Isaac Nauta also found the endzone on offense for Buford. David Curry added a punt return for a touchdown.


Carrollton 35, Troup 22: The host Trojans were out-gained 370-227, but led throughout after opening an 18-0 second-quarter lead. Troup lost three fumbles which led to 15 Carrollton points. Jarvis Terrell led the Trojans with 84 rushing yards and two touchdowns. Carrollton quarterback Clay Marlar rushed for and passed for one score each. The Trojans led 35-8 midway through the court before Troup scored two late touchdowns.


Eastside 47, Hampton 14: Eastside got off to a quick start thanks to Carlos Huggins who scored on a 40-yard run up the middle. Huggins struck again in the first quarter to build the lead to 14-0. Quarterback Austin Holloway scrambled for another Eastside score before Hampton was able to get on the board to cut the lead to 21-6. Anthony Brown added a rushing touchdown to carry the Eagles into halftime up 34-6.


Jonesboro 45, Mount Zion-Jonesboro 0: Jonesboro got two touchdown runs from Curtis Sabree Jr. and two touchdown passes from quarterback Jason Sears to outclass neighboring rival Mount Zion. Sabree Jr. scored on runs on eight and five yards. Sears completed a 45-yard touchdown pass to James Walker and a 68-yard touchdown pass to Jyair Mincey. Khallel Morton added a 6-yard touchdown and Cedric Pugh scored on a 25-yard run on a fake field goal attempt on the last play of the half.


Locust Grove 37, Henry County 30: Cameron Maddox led the Wildcats to a wild win at home by passing for 201 yards and rushing for 163 while totaling four touchdowns. Locus Grove held a 13-9 lead at the half, but found itself down 30-19 heading into the fourth. Maddox scored on a 29-yard run and connected on a two-point conversion to Aubry Payne with 1:03 remaining to cut the lead to 30-27. Locust Grove then was able to recover an onside kick and march down the field to set up a 12-yard field goal from Voshon Ramcharan to tie the game as regulation expired. Overtime ended quickly after Caleb Huntley scored on a 7-yard run on the third play of the drive. A Wildcat interception ended the game and wrapped up the win. Justin Howard and Tyris Gresham scored rushing touchdowns for Henry County. Darren Jackson completed at 60-yard touchdown pass to Barnett Bailey in the loss.


St. Pius X 70, Arabia Mountain 32: Visiting St. Pius X rushed for 527 yards on 51 rushes while not attempting a single pass. Ransom Klinger (five carries, 136 yards) rushed for three touchdowns, Joey Connors (nine carries, 163 yards) rushed for two touchdowns, and Dalton Wilson and Grant Holloman each had a pair of scores. Arabia Mountain's Jakobi Meyers was 23-of-42 passing for six touchdowns and 295 yards and rushed for 122 yards.


Woodward Academy 28, Sandy Creek 7: The visiting War Eagles used 21 unanswered points to shock Sandy Creek and hand the Fighting Patriots their first home defeat since 2008. Elijah Holyfield ran in his first touchdown in the opening quarter Woodward took a 7-0 lead into the half. Sandy Creek tied it at 7-7 with 10 minutes left before Woodward poured on three touchdowns. Holyfield iced the game with a14-yard touchdown in the final minutes. The seven points are the fewest scored by Sandy Creek since a 3-0 win over Fayette County in 2008.


Class AAA


Decatur 35, Therrell 7: Decatur quarterback Devontae Carter threw for 155 yards and two touchdown passes to lead the visiting Bulldogs to a win at Lakewood Stadium. Demetrius Harris had two rushing touchdowns and Grant Walker had a 46-yard rushing score and a 21-yard touchdown reception. Dennis Bell caught a 75-yard touchdown pass and the Decatur defense got two turnovers with a Tray Tice interception and a Terrill Hall forced fumble and recovery.


 

Westminster 42, Douglass 8: Two Wildcats surpassed 100 yards rushing, as Zay Malcome rushed eight times for 138 yards and three touchdowns (1, 8 and 12 yards) and Merrick Sims rushed nine times for 112 yards and a 9-yard score. Ian Ude had a 10-yard rushing touchdown and backup quarterback Keller Harper had a 22-yard rushing score. Of host Westminster's 372 offensive yards, 350 were on the ground. The Wildcats led 35-0 after the first quarter.


Class AA


 

Lovett 30, Wesleyan 24: Lovett raced to a 24-6 halftime lead at Wesleyan, after scoring twice in the last 1:12 of the half. Wesleyan quarterback Banks Ramsey completed 20 of 31 passes for 237 yards and two touchdowns while running back Jordan Argilag rushed for 164 yards and two scores. Lovett was led by quarterback Willie Candler's three scores and 184 total yards. Lovett's Jack Barnes recovered a blocked punt for a score just before the half.


Class A


 

Mount Pisgah 64, King's Ridge Christian 22: The visiting Patriots jumped to a 29-0 lead before compiling 425 rushing yards and seven total rushing touchdowns in a rout over King's Ridge. Oz Dixon opened the game with the first of his two touchdown runs and Mount Pisgah quarterback Aaron Winchester rushed for two touchdowns before tossing scores to Ben Miller and Jacob Greene to make it a 36-7 lead. Nicky Piccapietra, Michael Provost and Michael Garrison rushed for the Patriots' final three scores.


St. Francis 14, Whitfield Academy 7: After a scoreless opening quarter for both teams, visiting St. Francis erased a 7-0 halftime deficit with a sack, fumble and recovery for a touchdown. The offense found the endzone with 5:36 left on a 9-yard touchdown run by senior Knox Edenfield to take a 14-7 lead. St. Francis fumbled the ball to Whitfield with 2:17 left, but the defense stuffed the WolfPack on a 4th-and-four and ran out the remaining 1:16 to move to 6-2.


 



SCORE PICK'EM

THIS WEEK'S GAMES

Grayson at Dacula
Hart County at Oconee County
Norcross at Peachtree Ridge
Carver-Atlanta at Mays
Lakeside-Evans at Warner Robins
Cook at Dodge County
Harris County at Carver-Columbus
Claxton at Calvary Day
Pacelli at Brookstone
Cherokee at Roswell


Stephen Black
(62-38)
This Week: 8-2Grayson
Hart County
Norcross
Mays
Warner Robins
Cook
Harris County
Calvary Day
Pacelli
Roswell

Craig Sager II
(61-39)
This Week: 7-3Grayson
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Norcross
Mays
Warner Robins
Cook
Carver-Columbus
Calvary Day
Pacelli
Roswell
DJ Galbiati-Blalock
(57-44)
This Week: 6-4Grayson
Hart Co
Norcross
Carver, Atlanta
Warner Robins
Cook
Carver, Columbus
Calvary Day
Pacelli
Roswell
Ricky Dimon
(56-44)
This Week: 6-4Grayson
Hart County
Norcross
Mays
Warner Robins
Dodge
Carver-Columbus
Calvary Day
Pacelli
Roswell
Brian Jones
(52-48)
This Week: 6-4Grayson
Hart County
Norcross
Mays
Warner Robins
Dodge County
Carver-Columbus
Calvary Day
Pacelli
Roswell
Lauren Goldstein
(50-50)
This Week: 8-2Dacula
Oconee County
Peachtree Ridge
Mays
Warner Robins
Dodge County
Harris County
Calvary Day
Pacelli
Roswell

 

 



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