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CORKY KELL 7-ON-7 TOURNAMENT
  
Today, we recap Colquit County's thrilling Corky Kell 7-ON-7 championship run and post the results from the tournament play in the left planel. 

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7-ON-7 CORKY KELL RESULTS

 

Tournament Play Results

 

ROUND 1


 

#24 Centennial 35, #25 Glynn Academy 14

 

#9 Norcross 23, #10 Roswell 10

 

#8 Collins Hill 26, #11 Kell 6

 

#13 Archer 17, #12 Tucker 11

 

#18 Blessed Trinity 25, #19 Gainesville 8

 

#20 Houston County 30, #21 Carrollton 29

 

#16 Sandy Creek 15, #17 North Gwinnett 10

 

#14 Cartersville 30, #15 Brookwood 4

 

#22 Cherokee 36, #23 North Paulding 29

 

ROUND 2

 

#1 Colquitt County 27, #24 Centennial 24

 

#9 Norcross def.  #8 Collins Hill

 

#13 Archer def.  #7 Walton

 

#4 Brynes 33, #18 Blessed Trinity 12

 

#3 Peachtree Ridge, #20 Houston County 14

 

#16 Sandy Creek 20, #5 Creekview 10

 

#6 Mays 32, #14 Cartersville 24

 

#2 Mill Creek 41, #22 Cherokee 29

 

QUARTERFINALS

 

#1 Colquitt County 23, #8 Collins Hill 15

 

#4 Byrnes 26, #13 Archer 11

 

#3 Peachtree Ridge 19, #6 Sandy Creek 12

 

#2 Mill Creek 23, #6 Mays 20

 

SEMIFINALS

 

#1 Colquitt County 30, #4 Byrnes 25

 

#3 Peachtree Ridge 30, #2 Mill Creek 19

 

FINALS

 

#1 Colquitt County 23, Peachtree Ridge 22

 

 

 


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Wednesday, June 24, 2015




CORKY KELL 7-ON-7 TOURNAMENT
By Craig Sager II

Colquitt holds off Peachtree Ridge 23-22 for title

 

Colquitt County and Peachtree Ridge each entered the finals of the 2nd Corky Kell 7-ON-7 tournament with 7-0 records, but the Packers' combination of defensive tenacity and quarterback play from Chase Parrish were enough to secure a 23-22 championship clinching victory.

 

"These guys are winners," said

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Packers head coach Rush Propst following his team's final defensive stand. "They push themselves every day and just refuse to be outworked."

 

The defending Class 6A state champions used a game-winning touchdown drive in the semifinals against Byrnes (SC) as Parrish found a wide-open Ty Lee after his ankle-breaking goal-line slant route but the championship game was won after Colquitt County's defense denied the Lions a game-tying PAT throw in the final seconds.

 

The Packers took the top seed into the 25-team bracket and received a bye before facing Centennial (27-24) and then Collins Hill (23-15) in the quarterfinals.

 

Byrnes swept Pod D's Glynn Academy, North Gwinnett, Mays and Creekview and eliminated last year's 7-on-7 champion Archer in the quarterfinals with a lopsided 26-11 victory. Peachtree Ridge used it's star-studded secondary to make a run to the finals and defeated Houston County (34-14), Sandy Creek (19-12) and Mill Creek (30-19) in the tournament after sweeping Roswell, Brookwood, North Paulding and Gainesville in pool play.

 

Mill Creek swept Sandy Creek, Kell, Tucker and Houston County in pool play and entered the tournament as the No. 2 seed. After a first round bye, Mill Creek topped Cherokee a tournament-high 41-29 and survived Mays 23-20 in the quarterfinals. Region 7 rival Peachtree Ridge served the Hawks their first loss of the day in the semifinals 30-19. 

 

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