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Georgia High School Football Daily-10/17/11

October 17, 2011
By Calvin Scandrett of Lamar County Football

In The News

Warren Co. coach hospitalized after fight

Warren County head coach David Daniel is hospitalized with head and face injuries after a fight between players at the end of the Warren County-Hancock Central game Friday, WRDW-TV of Augusta reported Sunday.


Another Augusta station, WJBF-TV, said Daniels was beaten up after the game but did not report his condition.


Warren County defeated Hancock Central 21-2 and is 6-1 on the season. Daniel was promoted to head coach from defensive coordinator just days before the first game after Marleau Blount resigned. 


GHSF Daily Rankings


1. Camden County (7-0)

Last week: Beat Groves 59-6. J.J. Green rushed for 93 yards on five carries and scored three touchdowns, one on a 73-yard kick return. He also had a catch for 20 yards and broke up two passes on defense. Brice Ramsey was 7-for-11 passing for 112 yards and a touchdown and scored a touchdown. Kevon McKenzie had 66 yards rushing and two touchdowns on four carries. It was 52-6 at halftime. Next: Friday vs. Jenkins (4-4)

2. Grayson (7-0)

Last week: Beat Parkview 36-0. Grayson scored 29 points in the third quarter after leading only 7-0 at halftime in a game for first place in Region 8. Devin Gillespie rushed for 90 yards on 10 carries and scored on a 28-yard run for a 14-0 lead, and Nick Schuesler's 66-yard TD pass to Callen Hightower made it 22-0. Parkview fumbled the ensuing kickoff, and Grayson cashed in for a clinching touchdown in a stretch that Parkview coach Cecil Flowe called "eight minutes of disaster" to the Gwinnett Daily Post. Parkview had 66 yards rushing against a team allowing 26 per game. Next: Friday vs. South Gwinnett (2-6)

3. Hillgrove (7-0)

Last week: Beat North Cobb 31-6. Kenyan Drake rushed for 150 yards and a touchdown on 14 carries, and Jacarri Grisby had four of Hillgrove's seven sacks. JoJo Marshall had nine receptions for 78 yards and a touchdown. Next: Friday vs. Pebblebrook (3-4)

4. Stephenson (7-0)

Last week: Beat Langston Hughes 46-0. Stephenson put up 366 yards rushing - 153 by Mike Davis on 11 carries and 90 by T.J. Moon on 10. Brandon Washington rushed for 75 yards and two touchdowns, and Demarcus Sweat ran a punt back 42 yards for a score. Stephenson forced five turnovers and held Hughes to 112 yards. Next: Friday vs. East Coweta (6-1)

5. M.L. King (7-0)

Last week: Beat Newton 26-10. M.L. King trailed 10-0 after Newton got a safety on a bad M.L. King snap and a 30-yard return of a fumble, but the Lions dominated from there. Jonquel Dawson was 17-of-26 passing for 349 yards and three touchdowns. Josh Stanford had 181 yards receiving and two touchdowns, and Blake Tibbs had 141 yards receiving. Both had seven catches. Next: Friday at Newnan (5-2)

6. Walton (7-0)

Last week: Beat Cherokee 38-3. Parker McLeod was 13-of-16 passing for 169 yards and touchdowns to Zack Blaylock and Dakota Richardson. Blaylock also returned an interception 86 yards for a touchdown. Brother Daron Blaylock had a team-leading eight tackles. Tyren Jones rushed for 104 yards on 22 carries. Jones has 1,164 yards rushing on the season. Next: Friday vs. Wheeler (3-5)

7. McEachern (6-1)

Last week: Beat Pebblebrook 52-14. Trent Thompson threw four touchdown passes on 14-of-22 passing for 205 yards. Mike Sherman rushed for 105 yards. McEachern led 45-7 at halftime. Next: Friday vs. North Cobb (3-4)

8. North Gwinnett (6-1)

Last week: Beat Mountain View 35-7. Scott Hosch was 25-of-32 passing for 317 yards and three touchdowns. Chad Scott caught eight passes for 102 yards. Joe Jones rushed for 123 yards on 18 carries. Next: Friday vs. Mill Creek (4-3)

9. Colquitt County (7-1)

Last week: Beat Lowndes 34-7. Colquitt took command of Region 1 with its first victory over Lowndes since 1999. Cole Segraves was 18-of-23 passing for 162 yards and a touchdown. Colquitt had the edge in total yards 307-159, according to the Moultrie Observer. Colquitt led 17-7 at halftime and scored on its first possession of the second half on a seven-minute drive. Oscar Luna kicked two field goals, one a 50-yarder. Next: Oct. 28 at Coffee (5-3)

10. Peachtree Ridge (6-1)

Last week: Beat Norcross 41-14. Billy Best threw for 286 yards and hit Joe Horn on a 76-yard touchdown on Peachtree Ridge's first play from scrimmage. Peachtree Ridge led 27-7 at halftime. Horn had four catches for 166 yards. Diandre Atwater scored three touchdowns and rushed for 86 yards and had 142 total yards (56 receiving). Next: Friday vs. Duluth (4-3)


Class AAAA

1. Tucker (7-0)

Last week: Beat Miller Grove 37-6. Dallas Rivers (115 yards rushing, 11 carries) scored two fourth-quarter touchdowns, and his 41-yard run made with 11:37 left made it 29-6. Yusof Minor (78 yards, 13 carries) also had two rushing touchdowns. Tucker had 292 yards rushing and passed only three times, completing one. Next: Friday vs. Redan (2-5)

2. Northside, Warner Robins (7-0)

Last week: Beat Thomas County Central 47-7. Northside held Thomas Central to 106 yards of total offense, 83 rushing. Thomas Central entered the game averaging more than 300 yards on the ground. Jack Montgomery was 15-of-19 passing for 159 yards and two touchdowns. He also rushed for a touchdown. Keshun Hill had five catches for 64 yards. Curtis Martin had 86 yards rushing on nine carries. Next: Friday vs. Houston County (0-7)

3. Flowery Branch (7-0)

Last week: Beat Heritage, Conyers 21-13. Flowery Branch led 21-0 but didn't clinch it until the final minute as Heritage failed on a fourth-and-5 from the Flowery Branch 8 in the final minute. Flowery Branch DB Noel Padmore made the decisive tackle. Kanler Coker was 15-of-25 passing for 274 yards, and C.J. Curry had six catches for 152 yards and a touchdown for Flowery Branch. Next: Friday vs. Loganville (4-3)

4. East Paulding (7-0)

Last week: Beat Hiram 63-14. East Paulding led 49-7 at halftime. Andrej Suttles caught two long TD passes from Mitchell Webb, and Marcus Gilbert ran a kickoff back 90 yards for a touchdown. Next: Friday vs. Pope (6-1)

5. Statesboro (8-0)

Last week: Beat Evans 34-0. Statesboro rushed for 431 yards and scored 21 points after leading only 13-0 at halftime. Quan Daniels had 136 yards rushing and two touchdowns on seven carries. His 92-yard TD run with 5:47 left in the third quarter made it 27-0. Next: Oct. 28 at Greenbrier (4-3)

6. Ware County (6-1)

Last week: Beat Liberty County 47-6. Ware held all-state RB Shadrach Thornton to 67 yards on 20 carries and cashed in several turnovers for points. Josh Bennett was 12-of-15 passing for 141 yards and two touchdowns and rushed for 94 yards and two touchdowns on 13 carries. Tre Porter returned an interception 92 yards for a touchdown. Cat Jenkins blocked a punt that Ware recovered for a touchdown. Next: Friday at Richmond Hill (5-2)

7. Marist (6-1)

Last week: Beat Dunwoody 38-6. Marist avenged a loss from 2010, held Dunwoody to 113 yards and led 38-0 in the third quarter. Gray King rushed for 75 yards on nine carries. Preston Furry caused two Dunwoody fumbles. PK Austin Hardin kicked a 50-yard field goal and was 6-for-6 on touchbacks. Next: Friday at Lithonia (4-3)

8. Lovejoy (7-0)

Last week: Beat Jonesboro 9-0. Lovejoy posted its fifth shutout of the season and held Jonesboro to negative yardage until the final possession in a game between unbeaten teams in Region 4. Travis Custis rushed for 92 yards on 26 carries. Next: Friday at Forest Park (0-7)

9. Northgate (7-0)

Last week: Beat Harris County 35-0. Alex Lakes rushed for 135 yards and two touchdowns against a defensive line that includes blue-chips recruits Jordan Jenkins and Jay Ellison. Payton Usher had scoring runs of 17 and 6 yards in the third quarter to stretch Northgate's lead to 28-0. Next: Friday at Starr's Mill (4-3)

10. Warner Robins (5-2)

Last week: Beat Northside, Columbus 42-0. Stephon Cross and Cartrell Brooks, transfers from cross-town rival Northside, had big nights in their first games of the season. Cross rushed for 75 yards and three touchdowns on six carries, and Brooks caught a 47-yard TD pass from Ty Odom. Warner Robins led 42-0 at halftime. Cross and Brooks sat out Warner Robins' first six games while gaining eligibility. Next: Friday at Bainbridge (6-1)


Class AAA

1. Sandy Creek (7-0)

Last week: Beat Jackson 41-14. Jackson tied the game 7-7 after its opening drive of the second half, but Sandy Creek scored on its next four possessions and a 47-yard punt return by JaQuay Williams to make it 41-7. Returning from a knee injury, Mike Hilton (151 yards rushing, 15 carries) scored on an 89-yard run. Cole Garvin was 13-of-19 passing for 232 yards and a touchdown to Demarre Kitt (four catches, 78 yards). Williams had five catches for 83 yards. Next: Friday at Spalding (2-6)

2. St. Pius (7-0)

Last week: Beat Druid Hills 35-0. FB Logan Rosborough rushed for 86 yards and two touchdowns, and QB Trey White was 6-of-8 passing for 110 yards. RB Jake DeLany scored on his only carry, a 13-yard run. Nick Glass had two interceptions, Nick Ruffin blocked a punt, and DB Geno Smith made a touchdown-saving tackle to preserve St. Pius' fourth shutout of the season. Next: Friday at Grady (7-0)

3. Carrollton (7-1)

Last week: Beat Shaw 49-6. Carrollton led 35-0 at halftime and 49-0 after three quarters. DE Bryan Byrd had 2.5 tackles for losses, including a sack, and Carrollton held Shaw to 73 yards of total offense and 3-of-15 passing. Dallas Dickey was 7-of-9 passing for 113 yards. Telvin Brown rushed for a team-leading 75 yards and two touchdowns on eight carries. RB/LB Aaron Brown scored two touchdowns and had a team-leading seven tackles. Carrollton had 361 total yards and 22 yards on just 36 plays. Next: Friday at Columbus (2-6)

4. Burke County (6-1)

Last week: Beat Cross Creek 84-7. Burke County scored the most points in its history, beating the 72 from a shutout victory over Westside of Augusta last season. Burke is averaging 53.1 points per game. Next: Friday vs. Washington County (5-2)

5. Thomson (7-0)

Last week: Beat Westside, Augusta 63-6. Thomson had 502 yards of total offense and failed to score a touchdown on only one drive, its last. Josh Jones was 9-of-12 passing for 172 yards and rushed for 61 yards and two touchdowns. Thomson had 13 ball carriers and seven players who caught passes. Torrie Battle had 50 yards rushing on three carries and 66 yards receiving on three catches and went over 1,200 all-purpose yards on the season. Next: Friday at Josey (1-6)

6. Allatoona (7-0)

Last week: Beat Cedartown 27-21. Allatoona trailed 21-14 when it recovered a fumble at the Cedartown 43, setting in motion the comeback. Allatoona drove for a tying touchdown with 3:24 left. Cedartown then misplayed the kickoff and started at the 3-yard line. Allatoona got a short punt at the Cedartown 16 and drove for the winning touchdown, a 2-yard run by Miles Jones with 1:07 left. Jones rushed for 82 yards and three touchdowns on 23 carries. Cedartown led in total yardage 303-213. Next: Friday at Pickens (1-6)

7. Grady (7-0)

Last week: Beat North Springs 70-0. Grady became the third school in GHSA history to beat the same school by 70 or more points in consecutive seasons. Grady beat North Springs 76-6 last season. The last time it happened was in 1984-85, when Greenville beat Central of Talbotton 81-0 and 76-0. Lincoln County beat Wasley 70-0 and 73-0 in 1976-77. Next: Friday vs. St. Pius (7-0)

8. Baldwin (6-1)

Last week: Beat Howard 42-0. DeAndre Thomas threw three touchdown passes, and Baldwin held Howard to less than 100 yards in total offense. Next: Friday vs. Veterans (2-5)

9. Gainesville (6-1)

Last week: Beat Monroe Area 41-21. It was 21-21 at halftime, and Gainesville controlled the second half, starting with a 75-yard, 13-play drive for a score with 3:48 left in the third quarter. Rayshon Thomas rushed for 104 yards and two touchdowns. Justin Cantrell had three touchdown receptions. Stephen Mason had four receptions for 120 yards. Gainesville outgained Monroe Area 433-249, according to the Gainesville Times. Next: Friday at Walnut Grove (2-5)

10. Cairo (5-2)

Last week: Beat Worth County 33-27. After Worth County missed a field goal in overtime, QB Steven Bench scored on a 1-yard run for the win after a 24-yard keeper. Cairo led 27-7 in the third quarter. Bench was 7-of-10 passing for 110 yards, and Damian Edwards rushed for 160 yards and two touchdowns on 15 carries for Cairo. Next: Friday at Westover (4-3)


Class AA

1. Buford (8-0)

Last week: Off. Next: Friday vs. Greater Atlanta Christian (7-0)

2. Calhoun (7-0)

Last week: Beat Gordon Central 43-14. Taylor Lamb threw two touchdown passes, one to himself, and Calhoun led 37-7 at halftime. Lamb had a pass deflected at the line that he caught in the air and ran 15 yards for an odd touchdown that made it 15-0 in the first quarter. Calhoun's first score came on Gordon Central's first play from scrimmage. Clay Johnson intercepted a pass and went 34 yards for the touchdown. Next: Friday vs. Dade County (4-3)

3. Greater Atlanta Christian (7-0)

Last week: Beat Clarkston 62-8. Clarkston fumbled the opening kickoff; GAC recovered. Clarkston did not. GAC led 48-0 at halftime while leading 313 to minus-19 in total yardage. Delano Spencer was 9-of-10 passing for 137 yards. Next: Friday at Buford (8-0)

4. Carver, Columbus (6-1)

Last week: Beat Callaway 28-14. Marquez Holloway rushed for 296 yards on 21 carries, and Carver held Callaway to 23 yards of total offense, according to the Columbus Ledger-Enquirer. Callaway pulled within 21-14 by returning a kickoff for a touchdown. Carver pulled away on Torrance McGee's second short TD run of the game with 9:02 left. Next: Thursday vs. Kendrick (1-6)

5. Fitzgerald (7-1)

Last week: Beat Thomasville 35-7. Fred Hooks rushed for 111 yards on seven carries, and his 68-yard run on the final play of the third quarter gave Fitzgerald a 20-7 lead. Tolerance Shepherd rushed for 95 yards and two first-quarter touchdowns on 17 carries. Fitzgerald outgained Thomasville in total yards 392 to 171. Next: Friday vs. Berrien (1-6)

6. Brooks County (6-1)

Last week: Beat Cook 19-15. Malcolm Parrish threw a 65-yard TD pass to Deric Herring with 11 seconds left for the game-winner. Another key play came with Brooks leading 6-0 in the third quarter. Brooks stopped Cook's fourth-and-1 attempt at midfield, and Parrish scored on a 50-yard run on the next play for a 12-0 lead. But Cook came back to take a 15-12 lead until the final minute of the game. Parrish finished with 160 yards rushing and two touchdowns and 134 yards passing. Cook QB Zack Folsom had 199 yards passing. Next: Friday vs. Albany (4-3)

7. Elbert County (7-0)

Last week: Beat Jefferson 14-0. QB Hunter Blackmon scored touchdowns in the first and fourth quarters, the last one a 54-yarder that was the game-clincher. Elbert held Jefferson to 114 yards in total offense. Tyshon Dye rushed for 98 yards. Next: Friday at East Jackson (3-4)

8. Dublin (7-0)

Last week: Beat Swainsboro 48-14. Dublin led 35-7 at halftime, allowing only a kick return for a touchdown. Maurice Martin rushed for 136 yards and two touchdowns on 15 carries. Rob East was 6-of-8 passing for 118 yards and two touchdowns. Dublin held Swainsboro to 64 rushing yards on 33 carries. Next: Friday vs. Dodge County (4-3)

9. Appling County (7-0)

Last week: Beat Tattnall County 32-23. Lashaun Moore threw five touchdown passes, including two each to Byron Buxton and Donnell McMillan. A 65-yard screen to McMillan in the final five minutes was the final score of the game. Appling had 426 yards in total offense. Moore has 16 TD passes on the season. Next: Friday at Long County (0-7)

10. North Oconee (7-0)

Last week: Beat East Jackson 57-3. North Oconee had 436 total yards, 226 rushing and 211 passing, according to the Athens Banner-Herald. Seven North Oconee players scored touchdowns. North Oconee held an opponent without a touchdown for the fourth time and won by a 50-point margin for the third time. Next: Friday at Oglethorpe County (3-5)


Class A

1. Savannah Christian (7-0)

Last week: Beat Metter 42-8. Savannah Christian led 35-0 at halftime. Nardo Govan rushed for touchdowns of 55 and 65 yards, the first on a fake punt. Savannah Christian led in total yardage 336 to 106, according to the Statesboro Herald. Next: Friday at Calvary Day (7-0)

2. Eagle's Landing Christian (6-1)

Last week: Beat Landmark Christian 35-14. ELCA took sole possession of first place in the south subregion of Region 5 and knocked Landmark Christian (6-1) out of the top 10. Keyante Green rushed for 112 yards and a touchdown on 13 carries, and John Tatum had 79 yards rushing and two touchdowns. Next: Friday vs. Our Lady of Mercy (4-3)

3. Lincoln County (7-0)

Last week: Beat Washington-Wilkes 28-12. Lincoln County led in total yardage only 297-274 but never trailed and went up 28-6 on Mike McIntire's 8-yard run with 1:56 left. Craig Jones rushed for 88 yards on 11 carries. Lincoln County leads the series 36-32-6. The first game was in 1922. Next: Friday vs. Aquinas (6-1)

4. Wilcox County (8-0)

Last week: Beat Turner County 27-0. Jonathan Howard returned an interception 72 yards for a 21-0 lead with 1:29 left in the second quarter. He caught a 5-yard TD pass in the first quarter. Jamal Holmes rushed for 88 yards and two touchdowns on 18 carries. Wilcox led in total yards 278-165 and first downs 14-8, according to the Cordele Dispatch. Next: Oct. 28 vs. Bacon County (6-1)

5. Marion County (7-0)

Last week: Beat Central, Talbotton 28-0. James Taylor scored two touchdowns, his second a 3-yard run that made it 14-0 with three minutes left in the third quarter as Central (3-4) - having its best season since 2003 - hung close with the Region 4 leader. Marion controlled the ball for the first nine minutes of the second half. Jaquie Gorman rushed for 108 yards for Marion, which had 331 yards in total offense and got its fifth shutout of the season. Next: Friday at Greenville (6-1)

6. Charlton County (7-1)

Last week: Beat Telfair County 42-0. WR Donovan Bolden caught five passes for 148 yards and three touchdowns and RB Tre Hamilton rushed for 107 and a touchdown in about a quarter and a half before he was taken out. Shuvonte Gilyard and Gaige Boyd added 1-yard TD runs, and Spencer Lowe kicked a 20-yard field goal. Charlton led 29-0 at the half and held Telfair to 53 yards of total offense. Next: Friday at Bacon County (6-1)

7. Prince Avenue (7-0)

Last week: Beat Social Circle 48-0. Prince Avenue led 41-0 at halftime and got its fifth shutout of the season. Jones Farriba, Bryce Huff and Hayden Lewis had two touchdowns each. Next: Friday vs. Commerce (3-4)

8. Holy Innocents' (6-1)

Last week: Beat Fellowship Christian 34-7. QB John Galloway rushed for 113 yards and two touchdowns on eight carries and completed one of three passes for 33 yards and a touchdown in a game between triple-option teams. Holy Innocents' led in total yardage 318 to 43 and used nine ball carriers. Next: Saturday vs. Pace Academy (4-3)

9. Wesleyan (5-2)

Last week: Off. Next: Friday vs. Pinecrest Academy (2-6)

10. Seminole County (7-1)

Last week: Beat Stewart County 50-6. Chris Brown rushed for 151 yards and three touchdowns. Seminole is ranked for the first time in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution poll since a one-week stay after a 6-1 start in 2009. Next: Oct. 28 at Miller County (2-5)


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In This Issue

In The News: Warren County coach hospitalized after fight

GHSF Daily Rankings

List: Most points per game in a season

Trivia: Highest-scoring team without a championship

Saye It Ain't So: Most surprising results of the weekend

Weekend Scores

Region Standings: Class AAAAA



Most points per game in a season, including 2011:


56.0 - Thomson (2011)

53.7 - Camden County (2011)

53.1 - Burke County (2011)

51.0 - SE Bulloch (1972)

50.9 - Dublin (2005)

49.5 - Miller County (1997)

49.0 - Mount de Sales (1971)

48.6 - Buford (2011)

48.4 - Flowery Branch (2011)

48.4 - Valdosta (1971)


Source: GHSFHA.com, Bobby Hodges



What is the highest-scoring team in Georgia history based on points per game that did not win a state championship? (Answer Tuesday)


Answer to Friday's question: Region 2 has the most schools in Class A that have won state titles with five. They are Charlton County (1999, 2004, 2005, 2006), Clinch County (1988, 2004, 2002, 1991, 1988), Irwin County (1975), Turner County (1976) and Wilcox County (2009).


Saye It Ain't So

GHSF Daily's Chip Saye ranks the most surprising results of the weekend:


1. Coffee 22, Valdosta 17: Coffee remained in a tie for first place in Region 1-AAAAA after beating Valdosta for only the sixth time in 27 meetings. Regardless of how the Trojans fare this week against Lowndes, they can win the region championship with a victory against Colquitt County on Oct. 28.


2. Colquitt County 34, Lowndes 7: It was the margin of victory that was such a surprise in this one. Lowndes suffered its most lopsided defeat since a 43-3 loss to Lovejoy in the first round of the 2002 playoffs. Colquitt County had not won in the series since 1999, when Lowndes went on to win the state championship.


3. Blessed Trinity 31, Lovett 28: Tim McFarlin's Titans have overcome a 1-3 start in non-subregion games and are now in the driver's seat in Region 6-AA South after beating Lovett, which was ranked No. 7 last week. Blessed Trinity will clinch a spot in the 6-AA championship game, against Buford or GAC, if it beats Therrell (1-6) this week.


4. Westlake 31, East Coweta 21: Despite its 6-0 start and a current two-game lead on fifth-place Westlake in 2-AAAAA, East Coweta may have jeopardized its playoff chances. If Westlake wins its remaining games against teams with a combined record of 8-13, East Coweta probably needs two wins against Stephenson, M.L. King and Newnan.


5. Marietta 33, Etowah 14: The Blue Devils' resurgence from an 0-4 start in non-region games continued with another big victory against a playoff contender in 5-AAAAA. If Marietta can keep the momentum going with a win against Lassiter this week, it would set up a showdown with Walton on Oct. 28 for the region championship.


6. Woodward Academy 27, Cedar Grove 24: Woodward Academy put itself in position to win the subregion title in 5-AAA Division B title by knocking off Cedar Grove, which came into the game in sole possession of first place. Woodward can reach the region championship game, against St. Pius or Grady, with victories against Towers and Columbia.


7. Dutchtown 32, Alcovy 24: Alcovy had a chance to clinch a spot in the 3-AAAA championship, but the Tigers suffered their first subregion loss. Still, Alcovy can reach the region championship, against Northgate or Whitewater, with a victory this week against Woodland-Stockbridge (2-5).


8. McIntosh County Academy 20, Vidalia 10: Vidalia's 5-0 start is just a memory after a second consecutive loss leaves the Indians in a tie for fourth place with Tattnall County in 2-AA with 2-2 region records. Vidalia has to play Pierce County and Appling County, the two teams tied for first place, in the next two weeks.


9. Bleckley County 38, Laney 36: Bleckley County moved into second place in Region 3-AA and inched closer to its first playoff berth since 2006. Bleckley likely needs at least one more victory to reach the playoffs, but it won't be easy in the final three games against Swainsboro, Dodge County and Jefferson County.


10. Darlington 40, Bowdon 25: Darlington, which appeared headed for a third-place finish in Region 6-A after a loss to Mount Paran three weeks ago, has turned the region race into a wild scramble. Darlington, Mount Paran, Bowdon and Bremen are tied for first place with 3-1 region records, and Darlington has a favorable schedule to finish as the No. 1 seed.


Weekend Scores

Thursday'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


Friday's games

Allatoona 27, Cedartown 21

Alpharetta 38, Roswell 19

Americus-Sumter 41, Dougherty 6

Appling Co. 32, Tattnall Co. 23

Aquinas 44, Jeff Davis 14

Archer 48, Central Gwinnett 41

Armuchee 47, Model 18

Athens Academy 21, Commerce 10

Athens Christian 35, Riverside Mil. 7

Bacon Co. 34, Atkinson Co. 13

Baldwin 42, Howard 0

Banks Co. 40, Rabun Co. 28

Beach 21, Savannah 0

Bleckley Co. 38, Laney 36

Blessed Trinity 31, Lovett 28

Brantley Co. 32, Long Co. 26

Bremen 21, Mount Paran Christian 14

Brooks Co. 19, Cook 15

Brookstone 49, Pacelli 7

Brookwood 31, Shiloh 0

Brunswick 44, Wayne Co. 13

Burke Co. 84, Cross Creek 7

Cairo 33, Worth Co. 27

Calhoun 43, Gordon Central 14

Calvary Day 27, Bryan Co. 20

Camden Co. 59, Groves 6

Carrollton 49, Shaw 6

Cartersville 54, Murray Co. 6

Cedar Shoals 36, Salem 10

Chamblee 55, Lakeside, Atlanta 21

Chapel Hill 42, Alexander 21

Charlton Co. 42, Telfair Co. 0

Chattahoochee 31, Sequoyah 12

Chattooga 49, North Murray 14

Clarke Central 37, Apalachee 28

Claxton 41, Sav. Country Day 10

Clinch Co. 22, Lanier Co. 0

Coffee 22, Valdosta 17

Collins Hill 35, Mill Creek 32

Colquitt Co. 34, Lowndes 7

Columbia 56, Towers 6

Creekview 41, Cass 38

Dacula 22, South Gwinnett 20

Dade Co. 28, Sonoraville 6

Dalton 28, Ringgold 16

Darlington 40, Bowdon 25

Dawson Co. 22, Union Co. 19

Dodge Co. 16, East Laurens 9

Dooly Co. 20, Schley Co. 14

Drew 39, Eagle's Landing 14

Dublin 48, Swainsboro 14

Duluth 30, Meadowcreek 0

Dutchtown 32, Alcovy 24

ELCA 35, Landmark Christian 14

Early Co. 33, Berrien 10

East Paulding 63, Hiram 14

Elbert Co. 14, Jefferson 0

Fannin Co. 35, East Hall 19

First Presbyt. 49, SW Atl. Christ. 6

Fitzgerald 35, Thomasville 7

Flow. Branch 21, Heritage, Con. 13

Franklin Co. 41, Chestatee 7

Gainesville 41, Monroe Area 21

George Walton 42, Cross Keys 14

Georgia Military 28, Glascock Co. 13

Gilmer 28, Pickens 13

Glynn Academy 44, Richmond Hill 27

Gordon Lee 46, Mt. Zion, Carroll 14

Grady 70, North Springs 0

Grayson 36, Parkview 0

GAC 62, Clarkston 8

Greenbrier 35, Effingham Co. 28

Greene Co. 20, Crawford Co. 0

Greenville 14, Taylor Co. 7

Griffin 42, Union Grove 14

Grovetown 42, Josey 14

Haralson Co. 35, Columbus 7

Hardaway 45, Lee Co. 43

Harrison 37, Campbell 7

Hart Co. 44, Oglethorpe Co. 26

Hawkinsville 30, Macon Co. 0

Heard Co. 33, Kendrick 8

Henry Co. 30, Spalding 7

Hillgrove 31, North Cobb 6

Holy Innocents' 34, Fellowship Chr. 7

Jefferson Co. 35, SE Bulloch 0

Jenkins 31, Bradwell Institute 5

Johnson Co. 38, Treutlen 8

Jones Co. 14, Woodland, Stock. 7

King's Ridge 21, Pinecrest Acad. 18

LaFayette 49, Heritage, Ringgold 35

Lakeside, Evans 33, S. Effingham 14

Lakeview Ac. 49, N. Cobb Christ. 21

Lamar Co. 34, Southwest, Macon 0

Lambert 38, Woodland, Carters. 34

Lassiter 35, Wheeler 7

Lincoln Co. 28, Wash.-Wilkes 12

Loganville 42, Winder-Barrow 7

Lovejoy 9, Jonesboro 0

M.L. King 26, Newton 10

Madison Co. 22, Rockdale Co. 21

Marietta 33, Etowah 14

Marion Co. 28, Central, Talbotton 0

Marist 38, Dunwoody 6

McEachern 52, Pebblebrook 14

McIntosh Co. Academy 20, Vidalia 10

Miller Co. 18, Calhoun Co. 12

Milton 42, Northview 30

Mitchell Co. 34, Randolph-Clay 6

Morgan Co. 21, Pike Co. 7

Mundy's Mill 42, Forest Park 6

Newnan 34, Luella 20

North Clayton 22, Mt. Zion, Jones. 6

North Gwinnett 35, Mountain View 7

North Hall 49, Lumpkin Co. 0

North Oconee 57, East Jackson 3

Northgate 35, Harris Co. 0

Northside, WR 47, Thomas Central 7

NW Whitfield 28, Forsyth Central 21

Oconee Co. 35, West Hall 31

Osborne 42, North Paulding 25

Our Lady of Mercy 49, Strong Rock 7

Pace Academy 32, Mount Pisgah 14

Paulding Co. 27, Lithia Springs 13

Peach Co. 18, Mary Persons 3

Peachtree Ridge 41, Norcross 14

Pelham 28, Terrell Co. 21

Pepperell 34, Adairsville 14

Perry 38, Rutland 7

Pierce Co. 35, Toombs Co. 6

Portal 14, Jenkins Co. 13

Prince Avenue 48, Social Circle 0

Putnam Co. 55, Monticello 28

Richmond Academy 34, Harlem 14

Ridgeland 31, Southeast Whitfield 10

River Ridge 42, Towns Co. 6

Rome 27, South Forsyth 0

Sandy Creek 41, Jackson 14

Savannah Christian 42, Metter 8

Seminole Co. 50, Stewart Co. 6

South Cobb 40, Kennesaw Mtn. 0

South Paulding 34, Douglas Co. 17

St. Pius 35, Druid Hills 0

Statesboro 34, Evans 0

Stephens Co. 25, White Co. 14

Stephenson 46, Hughes 0

Stockbridge 21, Eastside 3

Temple 40, Jordan 13

Thomson 63, Westside, Augusta 6

Trion 21, Walker 14

Troup 23, Central, Carrollton 0

Tucker 37, Miller Grove 6

Upson-Lee 21, Fayette Co. 14

Walnut Grove 29, Johnson, Gain. 14

Walton 38, Cherokee 3

Ware Co. 47, Liberty Co. 6

Warner Robins 42, Northside, Col. 0

Warren Co. 21, Hancock Central 2

Washington Co. 53, Glenn Hills 0

West Forsyth 38, North Forsyth 0

West Laurens 26, Central, Macon 20

Westlake 31, East Coweta 21

Westminster 43, Therrell 6

Westover 20, Crisp Co. 6

Westside, Macon 48, Veterans 21

Wheeler Co. 36, Montgomery Co. 7

Whitewater 38, McIntosh 3

Wilcox Co. 27, Turner Co. 0

Wilkinson Co. 48, Twiggs Co. 6

Woodward Ac. 27, Cedar Grove 24


Saturday's games

Arabia Mountain 21, McNair 12

Bainbridge 28, Houston Co. 24

Creekside 33, Riverdale 12

Lithonia 22, Douglass 12

Mays 37, Carver, Atlanta 25

Southwest DeKalb 52, Redan 0

Tri-Cities 52, Morrow 7

Washington 6, North Atlanta 0

Windsor Forest 17, Johnson, Sav. 9

Region Standings: Class AAAAA

Region 1-AAAAA




Last week

This week*

Colquitt County



d. Lowndes 34-7

Does not play




d. Valdosta 22-17

at Lowndes




l. to Coffee 22-17

vs. Tift Co.




l. to Colquitt Co. 34-7

vs. Coffee

Tift County



Did not play

at Valdosta

GHSF Daily's projected playoff teams: 1. Colquitt County, 2. Valdosta, 3. Lowndes, 4. Coffee


Region 2-AAAAA




Last week

This week

M.L. King



d. Newton 26-10

at Newnan




d. Hughes 46-0

vs. East Coweta (HS)




d. Luella 34-20

vs. M.L. King

East Coweta



l. to Westlake 31-21

at Stephenson (HS)




d. East Coweta 31-21

at Newton (Sat., SH)




l. to Newnan 34-20

vs. Hughes




l. to M.L. King 26-10

vs. Westlake (Sat., SH)




l. to Stephenson 46-0

at Luella

Projected playoff teams: 1. Stephenson, 2. M.L. King, 3. Newnan, 4. Westlake


Region 3-AAAAA




Last week

This week

Camden County



d. Groves 59-6

vs. Jenkins

Windsor Forest



d. Johnson, Sav. 17-9

Does not play




l. to Camden Co. 59-6

at Beach (SM)




Did not play

vs. Bradwell (GS)




d. Bradwell Institute 31-5

at Camden Co.

Johnson (Savannah)



l. to Windsor Forest 17-9

at Savannah (GC)




d. Savannah 21-0

vs. Groves (SM)

Bradwell Institute



l. to Jenkins 31-5

at Benedictine (GS)




l. to Beach 21-0

vs. Johnson, Sav., (GC)

Projected playoff teams: 1. Camden County, 2. Windsor Forest, 3. Groves, 4. Benedictine


Region 4-AAAAA




Last week

This week




d. North Cobb 31-6

vs. Pebblebrook




d. Pebblebrook 52-14

vs. North Cobb




l. to McEachern 52-14

at Hillgrove

South Cobb



d. Kennesaw Mtn. 40-3

at Campbell

North Cobb



l. to Hillgrove 31-6

at McEachern




d. Campbell 37-7

at Kennesaw Mountain




l. to Harrison 37-7

vs. South Cobb

Kennesaw Mountain



l. to South Cobb 40-3

vs. Harrison

Projected playoff teams: 1. Hillgrove, 2. McEachern, 3. South Cobb, 4. Pebblebrook


Region 5-AAAAA




Last week

This week




d. Cherokee 38-3

vs. Wheeler




d. Etowah 33-14

at Lassiter




d. Wheeler 35-7

vs. Marietta




l. to Marietta 33-14

vs. Woodstock




Did not play

at Etowah




l. to Lassiter 35-7

at Walton




l. to Walton 38-3

Does not play

Projected playoff teams: 1. Walton, 2. Lassiter, 3. Marietta, 4. Etowah


Region 6-AAAAA




Last week

This week




d. Roswell 38-19

Does not play

West Forsyth



d. North Forsyth 38-0

at Milton




Did not play

vs. North Forsyth




d. Northview 42-30

vs. West Forsyth

North Forsyth



l. to West Forsyth 38-0

at Centennial




l. to Milton 42-30

vs. Roswell




l. to Alpharetta 38-19

at Northview

Projected playoff teams: 1. Alpharetta, 2. West Forsyth, 3. Centennial, 4. Milton


Region 7-AAAAA




Last week

This week

North Gwinnett



d. Mountain View 35-7

vs. Mill Creek

Peachtree Ridge



d. Norcross 41-14

vs. Duluth




l. to Peach. Ridge 41-14

at Meadowcreek




d. Meadowcreek 30-0

at Peachtree Ridge

Collins Hill



d. Mill Creek 35-32

vs. Mountain View

Mill Creek



l. to Collins Hill 35-32

at North Gwinnett

Mountain View



l. to North Gwinnett 35-7

at Collins Hill




l. to Duluth 30-0

vs. Norcross

Projected playoff teams: 1. North Gwinnett, 2. Peachtree Ridge, 3. Norcross, 4. Collins Hill


Region 8-AAAAA




Last week

This week




d. Parkview 36-0

vs. South Gwinnett




d. Shiloh 31-0

vs. Parkview




d. South Gwinnett 22-20

vs. Archer




l. to Grayson 36-0

at Brookwood




d. Central Gwinnett 48-41

at Dacula

South Gwinnett



l. to Dacula 22-20

at Grayson

Central Gwinnett



l. to Archer 48-41

Does not play




l. to Brookwood 31-0

at Berkmar




Did not play

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