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Georgia High School Football Daily-10/14/11

October 14, 2011
By Calvin Scandrett of Lamar County Football



In The News

McFerrin becomes ninth to win 300

T. McFerrin got his 300th victory in Georgia last week in a 48-13 win over Oglethorpe County. McFerrin has 324 career wins overall, getting 24 in Tennessee.

 

Where does McFerrin rank among Georgia's best coaches? He's the ninth to win 300 in the state.

 

McFerrin has won only one state title (1995 Elbert County), but no coach has been as successful at more places.

 

Consider:

  • McFerrin has won region titles at seven Georgia schools, the most of any coach.
  • McFerrin has gone 10-0 at six Georgia schools and gone undefeated in the regular season 10 times.
  • McFerrin is one of three Georgia coaches to put four schools in the semifinals (Lithonia, Forest Park, Peachtree, Elbert County). The others are Charlie Winslette and Mike Hodges. McFerrin also put two others schools (South Gwinnett, Jefferson) in the quarterfinals.
  • The combined record of the eight schools that McFerrin has coached before hiring him is 34-46-1. Their record in the first year under McFerrin is 65-23-1.
  • The only Georgia stop that failed to deliver a region title was Southeast Whitfield, where McFerrin went 7-3 after the program was 1-9 the year before. McFerrin left after a season. The school has had one winning season since.

Here is a look at McFerrin's eight jobs and how the team's record changed in his first season:

Lithonia: 1-9 to 8-1-1 (1968)

Forest Park: 7-3 to 9-2-1 (1971)

Peachtree: 2-7-1 to 10-1-1 (1976)

Southeast Whitfield: 1-9 to 7-3 (1984)

Tucker: 5-4-1 to 4-7 (1986)

Elbert County: 7-3 to 9-3 (1990)

South Gwinnett: 0-10 to 8-5 (1998)

Jefferson: 11-1 to 11-1 (2009)

 

"My wife says I'm a glutton for punishment," McFerrin said. "Most of my jobs have been in rebuilding situations. I've been able to go in with great staffs and turn programs around, like Lithonia. I still hear from people there, and at Peachtree.  They'd won two games before I came. We went undefeated there. Then South Gwinnett. Then when you hear from men who have been successful and tell me football had something to do with that, it makes you proud."

 

What's the secret?

 

"I've always tried to go in with a  positive attitude even in a negative situation, trying to give people hope, treating people fairly, being sure coaches are positive," he said. "You have to give them a good knowledge of the game, but there are so many [coaches] today that know the game. You can get guys to being overachievers and playing better than they're supposed to play if you give them confidence in a positive way."

 

Colquitt's defensive changes paying off

Colquitt County played in the highest-scoring championship game in state history last year, a 52-38 loss to Brookwood. Colquitt head coach Rush Propst took no pride in it.

 

"I literally walked off that Georgia Dome floor embarrassed, biting-nails mad, to waste an effort like that offensively," Propst told GHSF Daily on Thursday. "And we gave it up to a team that runs the football. It was not a high-octane offense. That's on me. I decided I was either going change the atmosphere or resign and be done with it."

 

Propst's solution? He hired a new defensive coordinator, Travis Pearson, former head coach at Jeff Davis in Montgomery (2009, 2010 seasons) and director of football operations and assistant to Gene Chizik at Iowa State (2007, 2008).

 

"To me, the scheme is similar, but it's a completely different mindset," Propst said. "We have not had a defensive mentality since I've been at Colquitt, and south Georgia is defensive. I tried to come in and outscore everybody."

 

Propst also touted the off-season hire of Sean Sutton, who coached with Propst at Hoover. Sutton ran the summer program as Propst recovered from cancer treatment.

 

Colquitt has seen good results so far. No opponent has scored 20 points on Colquitt this season. A year ago, Colquitt allowed 31.5 points per game, the most ever for a state finalist.

 

Propst said tonight's game with Lowndes will show how much his defense has toughened up. Colquitt hasn't beaten Lowndes since 1999.

 

"This part of the state boils down to being good on defense and being tough," Propst said. "Lowndes is going to hit you, now. This game is based on how physical we can match them. If we'll play with them in the physical part of the game, we can win. If not, we won't. That's going to be the end of the story. They physically whipped us over there last year."

 

Propst said as many as 20 teams in Georgia could win Class AAAAA. But he believed there is a front-runner.

 

"Camden County is the best team I've seen all year," he said. "I saw their first game and I've also seen another game on tape. They're as good on defense as advertised, and Brice [Ramsey] the quarterback is going to make plays. If anybody can play with them, Grayson can because their defense is strong, but I don't know if they can score with them."

 

Statistics don't tell story for Nkemdiche

Robert Nkemdiche of Grayson is probably the best-known junior football player in Georgia. He's the defensive leader for a team that is 6-0 and ranked No. 2 in Class AAAAA and No. 6 nationally by USA Today.

 

But he's also a case study in how statistics don't tell the story for many defensive players. A lot of tackles might mean your defense is spending too much time on the field, or that some of the credit went to a 6-foot-5, 270-pound defensive tackle who is tying up two or three blockers.

 

Five of Nkemdiche's teammates have more solo tackles then he does. Nkemdiche leads Grayson with five sacks, but he had 18 in 2010, when he made first-team all-state as a sophomore and led his team to the semifinals.

 

Grayson head coach Mickey Conn said pay little mind to that.

 

"Just ask any coach that has to try to block him," Conn said. "Football is the greatest team sport out there.  ... One blocker cannot block Robert Nkemdiche, which means an offense must take an extra blocker to try to block Robert. When an offense does this, it allows other defenders to make plays. It puts other defenders in one-on-one matchups and at times leaves guys unblocked."

 

Grayson has allowed 156 yards rushing for the season - an average of 26 yards per game. Anyone looking for stats can stop there, Conn said.

 

"At Grayson, we stress being a team and winning ballgames, which sometimes means giving up [individual] stats, which for whatever reason is what everybody wants to talk about," Conn said. "Robert is an unselfish player that goes all out and does things during each play that gives our defense a chance to be successful."

 

TD Club to honor Coker, English, Cloy

Flowery Branch quarterback Kanler Coker, McEachern defensive end Darius English and Johns Creek coach Mike Cloy are the winners of the Touchdown Club of Atlanta's weekly awards.

 

Coker, the back of the week, threw five touchdown passes and was 9-of-16 for 249 yards in a 56-31 victory over Habersham Central. He is 74-of-117 passing for 1,316 yards and 16 touchdowns on the season.

 

English, the lineman of the week, had eight solo tackles, two sacks, two tackles for losses and a forced fumble in a 12-10 loss to Hillgrove. In six games, English has 13 sacks.

 

Cloy, the coach of the week, led Johns Creek to a 23-0 victory over Lambert. A third-year school, Johns Creek is 6-1 and the front-runner for the Region 7-AAAA title.

 

The honorees will be recognized at noon Monday at the Touchdown Club's weekly meeting at Fox Sports Grill in Atlantic Station. The speaker will be Georgia athletics director Greg McGarity. Guests are welcome, and the cost to attend the program is $20.

 

Send nominations for players of the week to GHSF Daily at ghsfdaily@bellsouth.net by noon on Monday.

 

Thursday Night Recap

Pope rallies to beat Sprayberry 27-21

Quarterback Holland Frost scored on a 1-yard run with 16 seconds remaining to cap a fourth-quarter rally and lift Pope to a 27-21 victory over Sprayberry in a Region 5-AAAA North game on Thursday.

 

Pope trailed 21-6 early in the fourth quarter, but Frost threw a 59-yard touchdown pass to Jared Walton and a 15-yarder to Mason Shiflett, cutting the lead to 21-19 and setting the stage for the game-winning run.

 

Pope (6-1, 3-1) moves into a tie with Kell for second place in the subregion, although Kell won the head-to-head meeting 33-7 two weeks ago. The Greyhounds play at subregion leader East Paulding next week. Sprayberry is 3-4 overall and in fourth place in the subregion at 2-2.

 

Sprayberry took a 21-6 lead with 11:30 to play in the game when Torrey Richardson returned a fumble 29 yards for a touchdown. The Yellow Jackets got two first-half touchdowns from Tye Richardson, who had a 73-yard TD reception on the final play of the half.

 

Here are the scores from Thursday night's games:

Butler 26, Hephzibah 6

Carver, Columbus 28, Callaway 14

Manchester 34, Spencer 14

Pope 27, Sprayberry 21

Rockmart 24, Coosa 19

South Atlanta 21, Jackson, Atlanta 0

 

Weekend Predictions

Each week, GHSF Daily's Todd Holcomb and Chip Saye pick which teams they think will win in some of the bigger games around the state.

 

 

 

Games

Holcomb's Picks

Last week: 15-5

Overall: 106-34

Saye's Picks

Last week: 14-6

Overall: 104-36

Adairsville at Pepperell

Pepperell

Adairsville

Appling Co. at Tattnall Co.

Appling County

Appling County

Brooks County at Cook

Brooks County

Brooks County

Cedar Grove at Woodward

Cedar Grove

Cedar Grove

Central-Carrollton at Troup

Troup

Troup

Dalton at Ringgold

Dalton

Dalton

Darlington at Bowdon

Bowdon

Bowdon

ELCA at Landmark Christ.

ELCA

ELCA

Elbert County at Jefferson

Elbert County

Elbert County

Flowery Branch at Heritage

Flowery Branch

Flowery Branch

Gordon Central at Calhoun

Calhoun

Calhoun

Grayson at Parkview

Grayson

Grayson

Jonesboro at Lovejoy

Lovejoy

Lovejoy

Lowndes at Colquitt County

Colquitt County

Lowndes

Mary Persons at Peach Co.

Peach County

Peach County

Monroe Area at Gainesville

Gainesville

Gainesville

Norcross at Peach. Ridge

Norcross

Norcross

Northside at Thomas Cent.

Northside

Northside

Stockbridge at Eastside

Eastside

Eastside

Thomasville at Fitzgerald

Fitzgerald

Fitzgerald

 

Projecting The Playoff Field

This is what the first round of the state playoffs would look like, based on our updated projections of the final region standings:

 

Class AAAAA

(R3 #1) Camden County vs. (R4 #4) Pebblebrook

(R5 #2) Lassiter vs. (R6 #3) Centennial

(R7 #1) North Gwinnett vs. (R8 #4) Parkview

(R1 #2) Valdosta vs. (R2 #3) Newnan

(R8 #1) Grayson vs. (R7 #4) Collins Hill

(R2 #2) M.L. King vs. (R1 #3) Lowndes

(R4 #1) Hillgrove vs. (R3 #4) Benedictine

(R6 #2) West Forsyth vs. (R5 #3) Etowah

(R6 #1) Alpharetta vs. (R5 #4) Marietta

(R4 #2) McEachern vs. (R3 #3) Groves

(R2 #1) Stephenson vs. (R1 #4) Coffee

(R7 #2) Norcross vs. (R8 #3) Brookwood

(R1 #1) Colquitt County vs. (R2 #4) East Coweta

(R8 #2) Dacula vs. (R7 #3) Peachtree Ridge

(R5 #1) Walton vs. (R6 #4) Milton

(R3 #2) Windsor Forest vs. (R4 #3) South Cobb

 

Class AAAA

(R3 #1) Whitewater vs. (R4 #4) Tri-Cities

(R5 #2) Kell vs. (R6 #3) Southwest DeKalb

(R7 #1) Johns Creek vs. (R8 #4) Habersham Central

(R1 #2) Thomas County Central vs. (R2 #3) Wayne County

(R8 #1) Flowery Branch vs. (R7 #4) Rome

(R2 #2) Ware County vs. (R1 #3) Warner Robins

(R4 #1) Lovejoy vs. (R3 #4) Harris County

(R6 #2) Marist vs. (R5 #3) Pope

(R6 #1) Tucker vs. (R5 #4) Sprayberry

(R4 #2) Jonesboro vs. (R3 #3) Northgate

(R2 #1) Statesboro vs. (R1 #4) Bainbridge

(R7 #2) Lambert vs. (R8 #3) Clarke Central

(R1 #1) Northside-Warner Robins vs. (R2 #4) Brunswick

(R8 #2) Heritage-Conyers vs. (R7 #3) Chattahoochee

(R5 #1) East Paulding vs. (R6 #4) Mays

(R3 #2) Alcovy vs. (R4 #3) Banneker

 

Class AAA

(R3 #1) Burke County vs. (R4 #4) Stockbridge

(R5 #2) Cedar Grove vs. (R6 #3) Central-Carrollton

(R7 #1) Allatoona vs. (R8 #4) North Hall

(R1 #2) Crisp County vs. (R2 #3) Mary Persons

(R8 #1) Gainesville vs. (R7 #4) Ridgeland

(R2 #2) Peach County vs. (R1 #3) Americus-Sumter

(R4 #1) Sandy Creek vs. (R3 #4) Butler

(R6 #2) Troup vs. (R5 #3) Grady

(R6 #1) Carrollton vs. (R5 #4) Columbia

(R4 #2) Drew vs. (R3 #3) Washington County

(R2 #1) Baldwin vs. (R1 #4) Monroe

(R7 #2) Dalton vs. (R8 #3) Monroe Area

(R1 #1) Cairo vs. (R2 #4) Westside-Macon

(R8 #2) Stephens County vs. (R7 #3) Cartersville

(R5 #1) St. Pius vs. (R6 #4) Haralson County

(R3 #2) Thomson vs. (R4 #3) Eastside

 

Class AA

(R3 #1) Dublin vs. (R4 #4) Northeast

(R5 #2) Callaway vs. (R6 #3) Greater Atlanta Christian

(R7 #1) Calhoun vs. (R8 #4) Jefferson

(R1 #2) Brooks County vs. (R2 #3) Tattnall County

(R8 #1) Elbert County vs. (R7 #4) Pepperell

(R2 #2) Pierce County vs. (R1 #3) Cook

(R4 #1) Lamar County vs. (R3 #4) Bleckley County

(R6 #2) Lovett vs. (R5 #3) Heard County

(R6 #1) Buford vs. (R5 #4) Temple

(R4 #2) Putnam County vs. (R3 #3) Jefferson County

(R2 #1) Appling County vs. (R1 #4) Thomasville

(R7 #2) Adairsville vs. (R8 #3) North Oconee

(R1 #1) Fitzgerald vs. (R2 #4) Vidalia

(R8 #2) East Hall vs. (R7 #3) Gordon Central

(R5 #1) Carver-Columbus vs. (R6 #4) Blessed Trinity

(R3 #2) Laney vs. (R4 #3) Morgan County

 

Class A

(R3 #1) Savannah Christian vs. (R4 #4) Dooly County

(R5 #2) Holy Innocents' vs. (R6 #3) Darlington

(R7 #1) Lincoln County vs. (R8 #4) Commerce

(R1 #2) Mitchell County vs. (R2 #3) Clinch County

(R8 #1) Prince Avenue Christian vs. (R7 #4) Warren County

(R2 #2) Charlton County vs. (R1 #3) Miller County

(R4 #1) Marion County vs. (R3 #4) Claxton

(R6 #2) Mount Paran Christian vs. (R5 #3) Landmark Christian

(R6 #1) Bowdon vs. (R5 #4) Wesleyan

(R4 #2) Brookstone County vs. (R3 #3) Calvary Day

(R2 #1) Wilcox County vs. (R1 #4) Pelham

(R7 #2) Aquinas vs. (R8 #3) Athens Academy

(R1 #1) Seminole County vs. (R2 #4) Bacon County

(R8 #2) George Walton Academy vs. (R7 #3) Wilkinson County

(R5 #1) Eagle's Landing Christian vs. (R6 #4) Bremen

(R3 #2) Emanuel County Institute vs. (R4 #3) Greenville

 


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In This Issue

In The News: McFerrin becomes ninth to win 300 in Georgia

Thursday Night Recap: Pope rallies to beat Sprayberry 27-21

Weekend Predictions

Projecting The Playoff Field

List: Ranking the Class A regions

Trivia: Class A region with most schools that have won state titles

On TV

Schedule

Region Standings: Class A

 

 

List

Rankings the regions

Here are Class A's eight regions, ranked best to worst, according to the Maxwell Ratings:

 

1. Region 7-A

2. Region 2-A

3. Region 3-A

4. Region 4-A

5. Region 6-A

6. Region 1-A

7. Region 5-A

8. Region 8-A

 

Trivia

Which Class A region has the most schools that have won state titles?

 

Answer to Thursday's question: Regions 1, 3 and 5 have the most schools in Class AA that have won state titles with five each. They are Albany (1939, 1943, 1959), Brooks County (1994), Cook (1949), Fitzgerald (1948) and Thomasville (1945, 1958, 1973-74, 1988) from 1; Laney (1961, 1966), Dublin (1959, 1960, 1963, 2006), Screven County (2002), Swainsboro (2000) and Southeast Bulloch (1972-73) from 3; and Pepperell (1990), Rockmart (1950), Coosa (1961, 1969), Model (1953, 1954, 1979) and Calhoun (1952) from Region 7. Laney won its state titles in the all-black Georgia Interscholastic Association.

 

On TV

Today

*Beach at Savannah, 7 p.m., WGSA (Savannah)

*Flowery Branch at Heritage-Conyers, 8 p.m., GPB

 

Schedule

Today's games

Adairsville at Pepperell

Alcovy at Dutchtown

Appling Co. at Tattnall Co.

Athens Academy at Commerce

Bacon Co. at Atkinson Co.

Beach at Savannah (SM)

Berrien at Early Co.

Bleckley Co. at Laney

Blessed Trinity at Lovett

Bremen at Mount Paran Christian

Brooks Co. at Cook

Brookstone at Pacelli

Brookwood at Shiloh

Brunswick at Wayne Co.

Calvary Day at Bryan Co.

Camden Co. at Groves (GC)

Cedar Grove at Woodward Academy

Cedartown at Allatoona

Central, Carrollton at Troup (C)

Central Gwinnett at Archer

Chamblee at Lakeside, Atlanta (A)

Chapel Hill at Alexander

Chestatee at Franklin Co.

Clarke Central at Apalachee

Clarkston at Greater Atlanta Christian

Collins Hill at Mill Creek

Columbus at Haralson Co.

Coosa at Rockmart

Creekview at Cass

Crisp Co. at Westover (M)

Cross Creek at Burke Co.

Dacula at South Gwinnett

Dalton at Ringgold

Darlington at Bowdon

Dooly Co. at Schley Co.

Dougherty at Americus-Sumter

Douglas Co. at South Paulding

Drew at Eagle's Landing

Druid Hills at St. Pius

Dublin at Swainsboro

Dunwoody at Marist

ELCA at Landmark Christian

East Jackson at North Oconee

East Laurens at Dodge Co.

East Paulding at Hiram

Effingham Co. at Greenbrier

Elbert Co. at Jefferson

Fannin Co. at East Hall

Fayette Co. at Upson-Lee

First Presbyterian at SW Atl. Christ.

Flowery Branch at Heritage, Conyers

Forest Park at Mundy's Mill (T)

George Walton at Cross Keys

Georgia Military at Glascock Co.

Gordon Central at Calhoun

Gordon Lee at Mount Zion, Carroll

Grayson at Parkview

Greene Co. at Crawford Co.

Greenville at Taylor Co.

Griffin at Union Grove

Grovetown at Josey (WRS)

Harris Co. at Northgate

Harrison at Campbell

Heard Co. at Kendrick (CM)

Heritage, Ringgold at LaFayette

Hillgrove at North Cobb

Holy Innocents' at Fellowship Christ.

Howard at Baldwin

Hughes at Stephenson (HS)

Jeff Davis at Aquinas

Jenkins at Bradwell Institute

Jenkins Co. at Portal

Johnson, Sav. at Wndsr Forest (GS)

Jones Co. at Woodland, Stockbridge

Jonesboro at Lovejoy (TO)

Jordan at Temple

Kennesaw Mountain at South Cobb

King's Ridge at Pinecrest Academy

Lamar Co. at Southwest, Macon

Lanier Co. at Clinch Co.

Lassiter at Wheeler

Lee Co. at Hardaway (K)

Liberty Co. at Ware Co.

Lincoln Co. at Washington-Wilkes

Loganville at Winder-Barrow

Long Co. at Brantley Co.

Lowndes at Colquitt Co.

Luella at Newnan

Macon Co. at Hawkinsville

Marietta at Etowah

Marion Co. at Central, Talbotton

Mary Persons at Peach Co.

McEachern at Pebblebrook

Meadowcreek at Duluth

Miller Co. at Calhoun Co.

Milton at Northview

Mitchell Co. at Randolph-Clay

Model at Armuchee

Monroe Area at Gainesville

Montgomery Co. at Wheeler Co.

Monticello at Putnam Co.

Morgan Co. at Pike Co.

Mount Pisgah at Pace Academy

Mountain View at North Gwinnett

Murray Co. at Cartersville

Newton at M.L. King (PV)

Norcross at Peachtree Ridge

North Clayton at Mt. Zion, Jones.(SC)

N. Cobb Christian at Lakeview Acad.

North Forsyth at West Forsyth

North Hall at Lumpkin Co.

North Murray at Chattooga

North Paulding at Osborne

North Springs at Grady (G)

Northside, Col. at Warner Robins

Northside, WR at Thomas Co. Central

NW Whitfield at Forsyth Central

Oglethorpe Co. at Hart Co.

Paulding Co. at Lithia Springs

Perry at Rutland (ED)

Pickens at Gilmer

Prince Avenue at Social Circle

Rabun Co. at Banks Co.

Richmond Academy at Harlem

Richmond Hill at Glynn Academy

Ridgeland at Southeast Whitfield

Riverside Military at Athens Christian

Rockdale Co. at Madison Co.

Roswell at Alpharetta

Salem at Cedar Shoals

Sandy Creek at Jackson

Savannah Christian at Metter

Savannah Country Day at Claxton

Sequoyah at Chattahoochee

Shaw at Carrollton

Sonoraville at Dade Co.

South Effingham at Lakeside, Evans

South Forsyth at Rome

Southeast Bulloch at Jefferson Co.

Spalding at Henry Co.

Statesboro at Evans

Stewart Co. at Seminole Co.

Stockbridge at Eastside (SH)

Strong Rock at Our Lady of Mercy

Telfair Co. at Charlton Co.

Terrell Co. at Pelham

Thomasville at Fitzgerald

Thomson at Westside, Augusta

Toombs Co. at Pierce Co.

Towers at Columbia (AV)

Towns Co. at River Ridge

Treutlen at Johnson Co.

Trion at Walker

Tucker at Miller Grove (PV)

Union Co. at Dawson Co.

Valdosta at Coffee

Vidalia at McIntosh Co. Academy

Walnut Grove at Johnson, Gainesville

Walton at Cherokee

Warren Co. at Hancock Central

Washington Co. at Glenn Hills

West Hall at Oconee Co.

West Laurens at Central, Macon (TH)

Westlake at East Coweta

Westminster at Therrell (G)

Westside, Macon at Veterans

White Co. at Stephens Co.

Whitewater at McIntosh

Wilcox Co. at Turner Co.

Wilkinson Co. at Twiggs Co.

Woodland, Cartersville at Lambert

Worth Co. at Cairo

 

Saturday's games

Bainbridge at Houston Co.

Creekside at Riverdale (SC)

Douglass at Lithonia (GD)

Mays at Carver, Atlanta (GD)

McNair at Arabia Mountain (AV)

North Atlanta at Washington (GD)

Southwest DeKalb at Redan (HS)

Tri-Cities at Morrow (T)

 

Stadium abbreviations:

(A) Adams; (AV) Avondale; (C) Callaway; (CM) Columbus Memorial; (ED) Ed DeFore Sports Complex; (G) Grady; (GC) Garden City; (GD) Georgia Dome; (GS) Grayson Stadium, Savannah; (H) Henderson; (HS) Hallford; (K) Kinnett; (L) Lakewood; (M) Mills; (ND) North DeKalb; (NG) North Gwinnett High School; (PV) Panthersville; (SC) Southern Crescent; (SH) Sharp; (SM) Savannah Memorial; (T) Tara; (TH) Thompson; (TO) Twelve Oaks

 

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Region Standings: Class A

Region 1-A

Team

Reg.

All

Last week

This week*

Seminole County

4-0

6-1

d. Pelham 49-0

vs. Stewart Co.

Calhoun County

2-1

3-3

l. to Jeff Davis 27-12

vs. Miller Co.

Mitchell County

2-1

3-3

d. Miller Co. 40-7

at Randolph-Clay

Pelham

2-2

3-4

l. to Seminole Co. 49-0

vs. Terrell Co.

Terrell County

2-2

2-5

d. Randolph-Clay 30-6

at Pelham

Randolph-Clay

1-2

3-3

l. to Terrell Co. 30-6

vs. Mitchell Co.

Miller County

1-2

1-5

l. to Mitchell 40-7

at Calhoun Co.

Stewart County

0-4

2-5

d. Baconton Charter 22-14

at Seminole Co.

Baconton Charter

 

0-7

l. to Stewart Co. 22-14

Does not play

GHSF Daily's projected playoff teams: 1. Seminole County, 2. Mitchell County, 3. Miller County, 4. Pelham

 

Region 2-A

Team

Reg.

All

Last week

This week

Wilcox County

5-0

7-0

d. Charlton Co. 28-18

at Turner Co.

Charlton County

4-1

6-1

l. to Wilcox Co. 28-18

vs. Telfair Co.

Bacon County

3-1

5-1

Did not play

at Atkinson Co.

Clinch County

2-2

4-2

d. Turner Co. 45-8

vs. Lanier Co.

Lanier County

2-2

4-2

d. Atkinson Co. 34-20

at Clinch Co.

Irwin County

2-3

2-5

d. Telfair Co. 21-3

Does not play

Turner County

1-3

1-5

l. to Clinch Co. 45-8

vs. Wilcox Co.

Telfair County

1-4

1-6

l. to Irwin Co. 21-3

at Charlton Co.

Atkinson County

0-4

1-5

l. to Lanier 34-20

vs. Bacon Co.

Projected playoff teams: 1. Wilcox County, 2. Charlton County, 3. Clinch County, 4. Bacon County

 

Region 3-A

East

Team

Reg.

All

Last week

This week

Calvary Day

2-0

6-0

d. Claxton 46-40

at Bryan Co.

Savannah Christian

2-0

6-0

d. Sav. Country Day 48-0

at Metter

Bryan County

1-1

5-1

l. to Metter 21-6

vs. Calvary Day

Metter

1-1

3-3

d. Bryan Co. 21-6

vs. Savannah Christian

Claxton

0-2

3-3

l. to Calvary Day 46-40

vs. Sav. Country Day

Sav. Country Day

0-2

0-6

l. to Sav. Christian 48-0

at Claxton

West

Team

Reg.

All

Last week

This week

Emanuel Co. Institute

3-1

6-1

l. to Portal 17-7

Does not play

Johnson County

3-1

4-3

d. Wheeler Co. 14-12

vs. Treutlen

Portal

2-1

3-3

d. ECI 17-7

vs. Jenkins Co.

Wheeler County

1-2

3-3

l. to Johnson Co. 14-12

vs. Montgomery Co.

Treutlen

1-2

2-4

Did not play

at Johnson Co.

Montgomery County

1-2

1-5

d. Jenkins Co. 19-14

at Wheeler Co.

Jenkins County

1-3

1-6

l. to Montgomery 19-14

at Portal

Projected playoff teams: 1. Savannah Christian, 2. Emanuel County Institute, 3. Calvary Day, 4. Claxton

 

Region 4-A

Team

Reg.

All

Last week

This week

Marion County

6-0

6-0

Did not play

at Central, Talbotton

Brookstone

6-1

6-1

l. to Central, Talb. 40-34

at Pacelli

Greenville

5-1

5-1

d. Pacelli 33-3

at Taylor Co.

Dooly County

4-2

4-2

d. Taylor Co. 20-13

at Schley Co.

Schley County

4-3

4-3

d. Macon Co. 40-34

vs. Dooly Co.

Central (Talbotton)

3-3

3-3

d. Brookstone 40-34

vs. Marion Co.

Taylor County

3-3

3-3

l. to Dooly Co. 20-13

vs. Greenville

Hawkinsville

2-5

2-5

l. to Chatt. Co. 20-7

vs. Macon Co.

Macon County

1-5

1-5

l. to Schley Co. 40-34

at Hawkinsville

Chattahoochee Co.

1-6

1-6

d. Hawkinsville 20-7

Does not play

Pacelli

0-6

0-6

l. to Greenville 33-3

vs. Brookstone

Projected playoff teams: 1. Marion County, 2. Brookstone, 3. Greenville, 4. Dooly County

 

Region 5-A

North

Team

Reg.

All

Last week

This week

Holy Innocents'

3-0

5-1

Did not play

at Fellowship Christian

Wesleyan

3-1

5-2

d. King's Ridge 39-13

Does not play

Mt. Pisgah Christian

2-1

4-2

d. Fellowship Chr. 35-14

at Pace Academy

Pace Academy

2-1

3-3

d. Pinecrest Acad. 37-14

vs. Mt. Pisgah Christian

King's Ridge

1-2

3-3

l. to Wesleyan 39-13

at Pinecrest Academy

Fellowship Christian

1-3

3-3

l. to Mt. Pisgah 35-14

vs. Holy Innocents'

Pinecrest Academy

0-4

2-5

l. to Pace Academy 37-14

vs. King's Ridge

St. Francis

 

1-2-1

t. Cross Keys 6-6

Does not play

South

Team

Reg.

All

Last week

This week

Landmark Christian

3-0

6-0

Did not play

vs. ELCA

Eagle's Land. Christ.

3-0

5-1

d. Strong Rock 58-6

at Landmark Christian

First Presbyterian

3-1

5-2

d. Whitefield Acad. 28-10

at SW Atlanta Christian

Our Lady of Mercy

1-2

3-3

d. SW Atl. Christian 42-6

vs. Strong Rock Christian

Whitefield Academy

1-3

2-5

l. to First Presb. 28-10

Does not play

SW Atlanta Christian

1-3

1-5

l. to O.L. of Mercy 42-6

vs. First Presbyterian

Strong Rock Christian

0-3

2-4

l. to ELCA 58-6

at Our Lady of Mercy

Hapeville Charter

 

0-3

Did not play

Does not play

Projected playoff teams: 1. Eagle's Landing Christian, 2. Holy Innocents', 3. Landmark Christian, 4. Wesleyan

 

Region 6-A

Team

Reg.

All

Last week

This week

Bowdon

3-0

6-0

Did not play

vs. Darlington

Mt. Paran Christian

3-0

5-1

d. Gordon Lee 28-7

vs. Bremen

Darlington

2-1

4-2

d. Mt. Zion, Carroll 48-10

at Bowdon

Bremen

2-1

3-3

d. Walker 22-13

at Mt. Paran Christian

Walker

1-2

2-4

l. to Bremen 22-13

vs. Trion

Trion

1-2

1-5

Did not play

at Walker

Gordon Lee

0-3

2-4

l. to Mount Paran 28-7

at Mt. Zion, Carroll

Mt. Zion (Carroll)

0-3

0-6

l. to Darlington 48-10

vs. Gordon Lee

North Cobb Christian

 

1-6

l. to Glascock Co. 82-48

at Lakeview Academy

Projected playoff teams: 1. Bowdon, 2. Mount Paran Christian, 3. Darlington, 4. Bremen

 

Region 7-A

Team

Reg.

All

Last week

This week

Aquinas

3-0

5-1

d. Twiggs Co. 55-0

vs. Jeff Davis

Lincoln County

2-0

6-0

Did not play

at Washington-Wilkes

Warren County

1-1

5-1

Did not play

at Hancock Central

Wilkinson County

1-1

5-1

Did not play

at Twiggs Co.

Washington-Wilkes

1-1

3-3

d. Hancock Central 41-40

vs. Lincoln Co.

Hancock Central

1-3

3-4

l. to Wash. Wilkes 41-40

vs. Warren Co.

Twiggs County

0-3

0-6

l. to Aquinas 55-0

vs. Wilkinson Co.

Georgia Military

 

4-2

d. Hebron Christian 29-7

at Glascock Co.

Glascock County

 

2-4


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