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Georgia High School Football Daily-10/04/12

October 4, 2012
By Calvin Scandrett of Lamar County Trojans



Weekend Preview: GHSF Daily's 10 Best

Athens Academy at Prince Ave. Christian

When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Wolverine Field, Bogart

Records, rankings: Athens Academy is 4-0 overall, 0-0 in Region 8-A and No. 8; Prince Avenue Christian is 5-0, 1-0 and No. 2.

Last meeting: Prince Avenue Christian won 18-0 in 2011.

Three things to know: 1. Athens Academy has the top-ranked defense in Class A, allowing 6.5 points per game and holding all four opponents to seven points or less. The Spartans' Eric Williams had a 19-yard touchdown reception, an interception and a 72-yard punt return for a TD in a 21-6 victory over Lakeview Academy last week. 2. Prince Avenue's average margin of victory is 33.2, the best in Class A. The Wolverines are averaging 42.2 points and allowing 9.0 points per game. In a 40-0 victory against Athens Christian last week, RB Carl Mattox rushed for 216 yards and had TD runs of 13, 58 and 76 yards. 3. Athens Academy and Prince Avenue are the only remaining Region 8-A teams that are undefeated overall. The region champion likely will be decided when the winner of this game meets seventh-ranked George Walton Academy.

 

Bainbridge at Thomas County Central

When, where: 8 p.m. Friday, Jackets' Nest, Thomasville

Records, rankings: Bainbridge is 3-1 overall, 0-0 in Region 1-AAAAA and unranked; Thomas County Central is 4-1, 0-0 and No. 6.

Last meeting: Bainbridge won 27-24 in overtime in 2011.

Three things to know: 1. Bainbridge is undefeated against Georgia teams this season, beating two ranked teams from lower classifications (Cairo, Early County) and Class AAAAAA Westlake. Its only loss came in the opener against East Gadsden, a top-10 team in Florida's Class 4A, 33-14 in a game in which the Bearcats had five turnovers. 2. Thomas County Central is led by QB Adam Choice, a GHSF Daily preseason all-state selection after rushing for more than 1,600 yards last season. He ran for 158 yards and three fourth-quarter TDs in the Yellow Jackets' 34-14 victory over Tift County two weeks ago. 3. Bainbridge and Thomas County Central are the favorites to win 1-AAAAA, so the region title likely will be decided when the winner of this game meets undefeated Lee County. Thomas County Central last won a region in 2009; Bainbridge's last title came in 1993.

 

Coffee at Camden County

When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Chris Gilman Stadium, Kingsland

Records, rankings: Coffee is 4-1 overall, 1-0 in Region 1-AAAAAA and unranked; Camden County is 5-0, 1-0 and No. 1.

Last meeting: Camden County won 28-18 in the first round of the 2010 Class AAAAA playoffs.

Three things to know: 1. Camden County has two players committed to Georgia in HB/CB J.J. Green (278 yards rushing) and QB Brice Ramsey (28-of-46 passing, 13 TD, 0 INT), but a third player committed to an SEC school, Auburn-bound LB Jarrad Davis, had a big game in the 43-6 victory over Valdosta last week. Davis had eight tackles, two forced fumbles, a fumble recovery, a pass breakup and a 30-yard TD run. Davis has 43 tackles, twice that of any other Camden player. 2. Under new coach Robby Pruitt, Coffee has become a run-oriented team with no focal back, much like Camden County, as both run the Wing-T. Four Coffee backs have more than 150 yards rushing, each averaging at least 5.3 yards per carry, in Lecarvius Sears (44 carries, 273 yards), George Johnson (41-260), Timareion Simmons (34-223) and Santory Long (29-153). Coffee held Tift County to 99 yards in total offense last week in a 24-7 victory. 3. Camden County has won 87 consecutive region games but this season moved to highly regarded Region 1 from weak 3-AAAAA. Coffee is no stranger, though. Camden and Coffee were frequently in the same region in the 1970s and 1980s before the schools, which are about 100 miles apart, moved to the highest classification. The series stands at 6-6-1.

 

Cook at Fitzgerald

When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Jaycee Stadium, Fitzgerald

Records, rankings: Cook is 4-0 overall, 1-0 in Region 1-AA and No. 3; Fitzgerald is 4-1, 1-0 and No. 5.

Last meeting: Fitzgerald won 21-14 in 2011.

Three things to know: 1. Cook's best player is probably QB Ross Pickle, a converted linebacker. He had 81 tackles and four interceptions last season. This season, he plays offense only and has rushed for 212 yards and three touchdowns and passed for 324 yards and three touchdowns. Cook coach Ken Cofer says Pickle throws the long ball better than recently graduated all-state QB Zack Folsom, who now is Cook's quarterbacks coach while a student at Valdosta State. 2. Fitzgerald's new coach is Jason Strickland, who led Lamar County to a 12-1 finish last year. Strickland has changed Fitzgerald's offense from former coach Robby Pruitt's Wing-T to more of an option scheme, similar to Georgia Tech's. The 'Canes do not have a back averaging more than 10 carries per game. QB Romarius Golden, the leading threat, has 365 yards and seven touchdowns on 37 carries (9.9 ypc). He has attempted only 17 passes, completing 10. 3. Fitzgerald took a 21-0 lead and held on in the 2011 game against Cook and won 21-14. Cook got within a touchdown midway through the fourth quarter, but Fitzgerald ran out the clock. Fitzgerald had 414 yards rushing to Cook's 9.

 

Kell at Riverwood

When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Bill Hoskyn Stadium, Atlanta

Records, rankings: Kell is 4-1 overall, 0-0 in Region 7-AAAAA Div. B and No. 10; Riverwood is 5-0, 0-0 and unranked.

Last meeting: This is the teams' first meeting.

Three things to know: 1. Brendan Langley, who has committed to South Carolina, has his hand in most of what Kell does. He has a team-leading 15 receptions for 270 yards and four touchdowns. He has rushed for 138 yards and two touchdowns on 11 carries. He has three interceptions, and he is Kell's primary kickoff returner. 2. Riverwood - 5-0 for the first time since 1986 - runs the triple option. QB Grant Drakeford has 287 yards rushing and more than 400 passing. The leading rusher is another junior, slotback Tyler Blake (505 yards, 14.9 per carry). 3. Riverwood is one of 12 undefeated but unranked teams. Kell is what Riverwood coach Robert Ingram is talking about when he says, "We've got to play the big boys now." The computer Maxwell Ratings rank Riverwood's schedule as second-easiest so far in Class AAAA (behind Clarkston's). Maxwell projects Kell as the winner of this game by 21 points.

 

Lovett at Washington County

When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, House of Pain, Sandersville

Records, rankings: Lovett is 2-3 and No. 10 in Class AA; Washington County is 5-0 and No. 3 in AAA.

Last meeting: Washington County won 42-7 in the 1993 Class AA quarterfinals.

Three things to know: 1. Washington County QB William Walker is a preseason all-state player who passed for 1,517 yards and rushed for 932 in 11 games in 2011. This season, he's a more efficient passer (39-of-56, 706 yards, seven TDs, 0 INTs) but is behind his pace in rushing yards (204) mainly because he's got more help. Running backs Melvin Hill (39 carries, 424 yards, eight TDs) and Jukilo Johnson (41-374-7) together average exactly 10 yards per carry. 2. Lovett preseason all-state RB/DB Grant Haley leads his team in all-purpose yards with more than 50 each on rushes, receptions, kick returns and punt returns. He also leads the team with three interceptions. But offense has been Lovett's challenge. The Lions are averaging only 2.8 yards per rush. 3. Lovett is the only ranked team with three losses. Its schedule so far is ranked the toughest in Class AA and eighth-toughest in any classification by the Maxwell Ratings. Lovett has played five teams that have been ranked this season in higher classifications.

 

North Cobb at South Cobb

When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Clay Stadium, Austell

Records, rankings: North Cobb is 4-0 overall, 2-0 in Region 4-AAAAAA and No. 6; South Cobb is 4-0, 2-0 and unranked.

Last meeting: North Cobb won 21-16 in 2011.

Three things to know: 1. North Cobb has a pair of dangerous weapons in receivers Xavier Borishade and Nick Miller. Borishade had eight touchdowns (six receiving, a 97-yard kickoff return and a 54-yard punt return) in the first three games, and Miller had 113 yards rushing, 104 yards receiving and three TDs in a 48-14 victory over Harrison last week. 2. South Cobb QB Stephon Masha, who has committed to Liberty, has passed for 909 yards and rushed for 397. RB Chauncey Ingram has rushed for 412 yards and nine touchdowns, and WR Ryan Sumner has 24 receptions for 303 yards. 3. North Cobb and South Cobb are two of the three teams that are undefeated in Region 4-AAAAAA play. Both teams will play the other playoff contenders (McEachern, Marietta and Hillgrove) in the next four weeks. North Cobb is 4-0 for the first time since 2007, while South Cobb is 4-0 for the first time since 2006.

 

Northeast at Lamar County

When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Trojan Field, Barnesville

Records, rankings: Northeast is 4-0 overall, 1-0 in Region 4-AA and unranked; Lamar County is 3-0-1, 1-0 and No. 7.

Last meeting: Lamar County won 48-0 in 2011.

Three things to know: 1. Northeast of Macon has given up 12 points, and its average of 3.0 per game is the third-best total in the state. Offensively, the Raiders are led by RBs Kentrelle Curry and Darius Jackson (who each have 100-yard games this season) and QB Davion Anderson, who threw three TD passes in a 24-0 victory over Monticello last week.

2. Junior twins Lawrence and Lance Austin each had a touchdown run in Lamar County's 15-0 victory over Taylor County last week. Lawrence Austin is the team's leading rusher, averaging about 100 yards per game. He had 142 yards on 10 carries in a victory against Pike County on Sept. 14. 3. The winner will be the only remaining team in 4-AA that has not lost a game this season and the favorite to win the region title, although Bleckley County and Macon County are unbeaten in region play. Lamar County is the defending region champion; Northeast's last title came in 2009.

 

Thomson at Greater Atlanta Christian

When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Spartan Sports Complex, Norcross

Records, rankings: Thomson is 5-0 and No. 2 in Class AAA; Greater Atlanta Christian is 4-1 and No. 9 in AA.

Last meeting: This is the teams' first meeting.

Three things to know: 1. GAC QB Rafe Chapple threw five TD passes and was 12-of-15 passing for 219 yards in the 42-21 victory over Howard of Chattanooga last week. Chris Williams caught three of the TD passes and had four receptions for 147 yards. Howard keyed on RB Kyle Scales, holding him to a season-low 32 yards. Scales has 571 yards rushing and 10 touchdowns on 101 carries. 2. Thomson RB Chris Jordan has rushed for 995 yards, which puts him in the top five in rushing in the state. 3. Thomson is 5-0, but not without suspense. The Bulldogs trailed Burke County 14-0 and won 21-10. They trailed LaGrange 21-0 and won 49-42. They trailed Westminster 10-0 and won 20-10.

 

Walton at Lassiter

When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Frank Fillmann Stadium, Marietta

Records, rankings: Walton is 4-1 overall, 2-0 in Region 5-AAAAAA and unranked; Lassiter is 5-0, 2-0 and No. 2.

Last meeting: Walton won both meetings last season, 34-10 in the regular season and 30-24 in the Class AAAAA semifinals.

Three things to know: 1. Walton's Tyren Jones, a former Lassiter player, ran for 187 and two touchdowns on 23 carries in the Raiders' victory over the Trojans in the semifinals last season. This year, he has 1,120 yards and 13 touchdowns on 164 carries. Jones has committed to Alabama. 2. Lassiter QB Eddie Printz was 34-for-57 passing for 395 yards and two TDs in the semifinal loss. He has thrown for 1,334 yards and 13 touchdowns this season. Printz has 7,129 career passing yards and needs 1,934 more to break the state record. His top target this season has been Willie Police, who has 27 receptions for 514 yards and seven touchdowns. 3. Walton, Lassiter, Etowah and Milton are tied for first place in 5-AAAAAA at 2-0, but the winner of this game will be the favorite to win the region. Walton has won seven of the past nine meetings and leads the series 20-10.

National Rankings

Camden County in top 10 in four polls

A 43-6 victory over Valdosta last week strengthened Camden County's case for a national championship. The Wildcats hold four top-10 national rankings, peaking at No. 4 with MaxPreps.

 

Here are the Georgia teams ranked this week in the eight national polls:

 

CalPreps

36. Norcross

50. Camden County

64. Northside, Warner Robins

71. Grayson

100. North Gwinnett

 

CNN/SI

7. Camden County

 

ESPN

13. Camden County

15. Lassiter

17. Grayson

 

MaxPreps

4. Camden County

19. Grayson

20. Lassiter

 

PrepNation

11. Camden County

 

Rivals

6. Camden County

11. Lassiter

28. Northside, Warner Robins

35. Norcross

36. Parkview

37. Grayson

97. North Gwinnett

 

Scout

20. Camden County

22. Grayson

 

USA Today

9. Camden County

HM. Lassiter

HM. Lowndes

Trivia

Out of 60 teams that are ranked, only one has a rookie head coach. What is the team, and who is the coach? (Answer Friday)

 

Answer to Wednesday's question: The six Georgia high school players who are members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame are Richard Dent (Murphy), Shannon Sharpe (Glennville), Fran Tarkenton (Athens), Rayfield Wright (Fairmount), Jim Parker (Ballard-Hudson) and Mel Blount (Lyons Industrial).

On TV

Today

*Milton at Etowah, 7:30 p.m., WSB 2.2 (Atlanta)

*Memorial Day at Bethesda, 7:30 p.m., WSAV/MyLC (Savannah)

 

Friday

*Dacula at Brookwood, 7:30 p.m., GPB


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On The Web
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Friday

* Colquitt Co. at Tift Co.

* Heritage at Winder-Barrow

* Kell at Riverwood

* Macon Co. at Putnam Co.

* Marist at Columbia

* Rockdale Co. at Lovejoy

* St. Pius at McNair

* Salem at Clarke Central

* Walton at Lassiter

* Ware Co. at Glynn Academy

* Wheeler at Roswell

In This Issue
Weekend Preview: GHSF Daily's 10 Best
National Rankings: Camden County in top 10 in four polls
Trivia: Rookie head coach of a ranked team
On TV
On The Web
List: Fewest points allowed
Maxwell Projections
Region Standings: Class AAA
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Scoring defense
Fewest points allowed per game, by classification:

 

AAAAAA

5.0 - Camden County

7.4 - Lowndes

7.6 - Hughes

10.3 - North Cobb

10.8 - Lovejoy

 

AAAAA

3.4 - East Paulding

5.8 - M.L. King

5.8 - Richmond Hill

6.3 - Northside (W. Robins)

6.3 - Stephenson

 

AAAA

8.5 - Sandy Creek

10.8 - Mary Persons

11.2 - West Laurens

11.8 - Americus-Sumter

12.4 - Burke County

 

AAA

5.5 - Buford

7.8 - Gordon Central

8.8 - St. Pius

8.8 - Woodward Academy

10.8 - Morgan County

 

AA

2.4 - Washington-Wilkes

2.6 - Toombs County

3.0 - Northeast

4.8 - Cook

6.4 - Benedictine

 

A

6.5 - Athens Academy

8.5 - Pacelli

9.0 - Prince Avenue Christian

9.5 - Brookstone

10.4 - Our Lady of Mercy

Maxwell Projections

Here is this week's schedule with projected margins of victory courtesy of the Maxwell Ratings. The projected winner is on the left. The projected margin of victory is on the right. The Maxwell computer ratings take into account historical scores, weighing the more recent seasons the most heavily. Games involving out-of-state teams are not included because of lack of data on those opponents.

 

Today's games

Bowdon at Jordan -37

Callaway vs. Chapel Hill -8

Drew vs. Forest Park -35

LaGrange at Columbus -37

Milton at Etowah -1

Mundy's Mill vs. Mt. Zion, Jones. -2

Warner Robins vs. Jones Co. -21

Washington vs. South Atlanta -22

Westside, Mac. vs. Mary Persons -6

 

Friday's games

Adairsville at North Murray -10

Allatoona vs. New Manchester -35

Appling Co. at Pierce Co. -6

Aquinas vs. Hancock Central -16

Archer vs. Shiloh -19

Bacon Co. vs. Long Co. -15

Baldwin at Rutland -26

Benedictine at Bryan Co. -23

Bleckley Co. vs. Crawford Co. -39

Bremen vs. Kendrick -22

Brooks Co. at Thomasville -15

Brookstone vs. Pacelli -25

Brookwood vs. Dacula -17

Buford vs. West Hall -41

Burke Co. vs. Wayne Co. -26

Butler at Hephzibah -11

Calvary Day vs. Sav. C'try Day -25

Camden Co. vs. Coffee -16

Carrollton at Fayette Co. -31

Cartersville vs. Lakeview-FO -19

Carver, Atlanta vs. Banneker -1

Cass vs. Pickens -26

Cedar Grove at Towers -37

Cedartown at River Ridge -18

Central, Macon at Southwest -6

Chamblee vs. Redan -14

Charlton Co. at Turner Co. -11

Chestatee at Johnson, Gaines. -20

Clarke Central vs. Salem -22

Colquitt Co. at Tift Co. -22

Commerce vs. Athens Christian -20

Creekview vs. Sequoyah -9

Dawson Co. at Banks Co. -16

Dooly Co. vs. Hawkinsville -20

Dutchtown at Locust Grove -10

Early Co. at Berrien -26

East Laurens at Dublin -5

Elbert Co. at Oconee Co. -25

ECI vs. Wheeler Co. -39

Evans vs. Greenbrier -10

First Presbyterian vs. Ga. Military -24

Fitzgerald vs. Cook -2

Flowery Branch at Apalachee -22

Forsyth Central at North Springs -30

Franklin Co. vs. Jackson Co. -8

Gainesville at Cedar Shoals -22

George Walton at Hebron Christ. -41

Gordon Cent. vs. Coahulla Creek -31

Gordon Lee at Christian Heritage -11

Grady at Therrell -31

Grayson vs. Central Gwinnett -20

Greene Co. vs. Social Circle -26

Greenville vs. Central, Talbotton -30

Griffin at Riverdale -12

Haralson Co. at B.E.S.T Academy -15

Harrison vs. Kennesaw Mountain -12

Hart Co. at East Jackson -28

Heard Co. at Chattahoochee Co. -26

Heritage, Con. at Winder-Barrow -34

Hillgrove vs. Pebblebrook -21

Hiram at Lithia Springs -19

Holy Innocents' at Mount Vernon -40

Irwin Co. vs. Telfair Co. -20

Jackson at Pike Co. -14

Jefferson Co. at Dodge Co. -10

Jenkins vs. Bradwell Institute -22

Jenkins Co. vs. Portal -6

Jonesboro at North Clayton -15

Kell at Riverwood -21

King's Ridge vs. Mt. Paran Christ. -9

Lakeside, Evans vs. Grovetown -16

Lamar Co. vs. Northeast -4

Landmark at Our Lady of Mercy -1

Laney vs. Screven Co. -6

Lassiter vs. Walton -5

Lee Co. vs. Hardaway -19

Liberty Co. vs. Glenn Hills -21

Lincoln Co. at Warren Co. -25

Lovejoy vs. Rockdale Co. -39

Lowndes vs. Brunswick -28

Luella vs. Druid Hills -10

Manchester vs. Temple -29

Marion Co. vs. Schley Co. -28

Marist at Columbia -20

McEachern vs. Campbell -29

McIntosh Co. Acad. at Toombs Co. -7

Metter vs. Jeff Davis -6

Mill Creek at Meadowcreek -41

Miller Co. vs. Calhoun Co. -20

Mitchell Co. at Randolph-Clay -13

Newton vs. Alcovy -3

Norcross vs. Habersham Central -40

North Cobb at South Cobb -15

North Gwinnett vs. Duluth -30

North Hall at East Hall -27

North Oconee vs. Morgan Co. -10

North Paulding at South Paulding -2

Northside, W.R. at Houston Co. -37

Northview at Cambridge -22

NW Whitfield vs. Heritage, Ring. -32

Oglethorpe Co. vs. Union Co. -1

Pace Academy at Strong Rock -9

Peach Co. at Henry Co. -34

Peachtree Ridge vs. Collins Hill -2

Perry vs. West Laurens -8

Pope at Osborne -28

Prince Avenue vs. Athens Acad. -17

Putnam Co. vs. Macon Co. -13

Rabun Co. at Riverside Military -10

Richmond Hill vs. Groves -23

Ridgeland vs. Dalton -7

Ringgold vs. Sonoraville -25

Rockmart vs. Jackson, Atlanta -7

Rome vs. Paulding Co. -29

Sandy Creek at Troup -33

Savannah at Southeast Bulloch -5

Savannah Christian at Claxton -14

Seminole Co. vs. Terrell Co. -18

Shaw at Alexander -16

South Effingham vs. Cross Creek -25

South Gwinnett vs. Berkmar -33

Southeast Whitfield vs. LaFayette -2

SW Atl. Christ. vs. Mt. Zion, Carroll -8

St. Francis vs. Cross Keys -19

St. Pius at McNair -37

Starr's Mill vs. Creekside -1

Statesboro at Swainsboro -14

Stockbridge at Eagle's Landing -33

Stone Mountain at Lithonia -11

Tattnall Co. at Brantley Co. -23

Taylor Co. vs. Monticello -2

Thomas Co. Cent. vs. Bainbridge -12

Thomson at Greater Atl. Christian -16

Treutlen vs. Montgomery Co. -24

Trion at Glascock Co. -25

Union Grove vs. Ola -20

Upson-Lee vs. Spalding -6

Veterans at Howard -30

Vidalia at Atkinson Co. -40

Villa Rica at Woodland, Cartersville -5

Walker vs. Mount Pisgah Christian -3

Ware Co. at Glynn Academy -14

Washington Co. vs. Lovett -8

Washington-Wilkes at Jefferson -4

Westside, Augusta at Harlem -20

Wheeler at Roswell -2

Whitefield Acad. vs. Fellowship -21

Whitewater vs. Northgate -10

Wilcox Co. vs. Lanier Co. -35

Wilkinson Co. vs. Twiggs Co. -28

Windsor Forest vs. Effingham Co. -1

Woodstock vs. Cherokee -11

Woodward Academy at Decatur -20

 

Saturday's game

Baconton vs. N. Cobb Christian -13

 
Region Standings: Class AAA

Region 1-AAA

Team

Reg.

All

Last week

This week*

Appling County

2-0

4-0-1

d. Savannah 39-22

at Pierce Co.

Pierce County

2-0

4-1

d. Tattnall Co. 67-36

vs. Appling Co.

Tattnall County

1-1

2-3

l. to Pierce Co. 67-36

at Brantley Co.

Beach

1-1

1-4

d. Brantley Co. 45-14

Does not play

Johnson (Savannah)

1-1

1-4

d. SE Bulloch 28-14

Does not play

Southeast Bulloch

0-1

2-2

l. to Johnson, Sav. 28-14

vs. Savannah

Brantley County

0-1

1-3

l. to Beach 45-14

vs. Tattnall Co.

Savannah

0-2

1-4

l. to Appling Co. 39-22

at Southeast Bulloch

GHSF Daily's projected playoff teams: 1. Pierce County, 2. Appling County, 3. Tattnall County, 4. Beach

 

Region 2-AAA

Team

Reg.

All

Last week

This week

Carver (Columbus)

1-0

4-1

d. Pike Co. 38-3

Does not play

Jackson

1-0

4-1

d. Southwest 30-0

at Pike Co.

Central (Macon)

1-0

1-4

d. Henry Co. 25-12

at Southwest (H)

Peach County

0-0

4-0

Did not play

at Henry Co.

Pike County

0-1

2-3

l. to Carver, Col. 38-3

vs. Jackson

Henry County

0-1

1-4

l. to Central, Macon 25-12

vs. Peach Co.

Southwest

0-1

1-4

l. to Jackson 30-0

vs. Central, Macon (H)

Projected playoff teams: 1. Peach County, 2. Carver (Columbus), 3. Jackson, 4. Pike County

 

Region 3-AAA

Team

Reg.

All

Last week

This week

Thomson

0-0

5-0

d. Westminster 20-10

at Greater Atl. Christian

Washington County

0-0

5-0

Did not play

vs. Lovett

Swainsboro

0-0

3-1

Did not play

vs. Statesboro

Dodge County

0-0

3-2

l. to Lee Co. 51-8

vs. Jefferson Co.

Jefferson County

0-0

2-3

d. Wesleyan 33-0

at Dodge Co.

Projected playoff teams: 1. Thomson, 2. Washington County, 3. Dodge County, 4. Jefferson County

 

Region 4-AAA

Team

Reg.

All

Last week

This week

Central (Carrollton)

3-0

4-2

d. B.E.S.T. Academy 35-6

Does not play

Callaway

1-0

3-1

d. Jackson, Atlanta 34-16

vs. Chapel Hill (Thu.)

Chapel Hill

1-0

2-2

Did not play

at Callaway (Thu.)

Haralson County

1-1

3-2

d. Douglass 34-7

at B.E.S.T. Academy (G)

Jackson (Atlanta)

0-1

2-2

l. to Callaway 34-16

at Rockmart

B.E.S.T. Academy

0-1

1-3

l. to Central, Carroll 35-6

vs. Haralson Co. (G)

Rockmart

0-1

1-3

Did not play

vs. Jackson, Atlanta

Douglass

0-2

1-4

l. to Haralson Co. 34-7

Does not play

Projected playoff teams: 1. Callaway, 2. Central (Carrollton), 3. Chapel Hill, 4. Jackson (Atlanta)

 

Region 5-AAA

Team

Reg.

All

Last week

This week

Cartersville

2-0

5-0

d. Coahulla Creek 63-7

vs. Lakeview-Ft. Ogle.

Gordon Central

2-0

5-0

d. Lakeview-FO 28-6

vs. Coahulla Creek

Lakeview-Ft. Ogle.

1-1

4-1

l. to Gordon Central 28-6

at Cartersville

North Murray

1-1

4-1

d. Sonoraville 35-7

vs. Adairsville

Adairsville

1-1

3-2

d. Ringgold 39-37

at North Murray

Coahulla Creek

1-1

2-3

l. to Cartersville 63-7

at Gordon Central

Ringgold

0-2

2-3

l. to Adairsville 39-37

vs. Sonoraville

Sonoraville

0-2

1-4

l. to North Murray 35-7

at Ringgold

Projected playoff teams: 1. Cartersville, 2. Gordon Central, 3. Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe, 4. Adairsville

 

Region 6-AAA

Team

Reg.

All

Last week

This week

Blessed Trinity

1-0

4-1

d. Woodward Acad. 21-14

Does not play

St. Pius

1-0

4-1

d. Towers 48-6

at McNair (AV)

Cedar Grove

1-0

3-2

d. Decatur 42-21

at Towers (HS)

McNair

0-0

3-1

Did not play

vs. St. Pius (AV)

Decatur

0-1

3-2

l. to Cedar Grove 42-21

vs. Woodward Academy

Woodward Academy

0-1

3-2

l. to Blessed Trinity 21-14

at Decatur

Towers

0-1

0-5

l. to St. Pius 48-6

vs. Cedar Grove (HS)

*Cross Keys

 

0-4

l. to N. Cobb Christ. 47-7

at St. Francis

Projected playoff teams: 1. St. Pius, 2. Blessed Trinity, 3. Woodward Academy, 4. Cedar Grove

 

Region 7-AAA

Team

Reg.

All

Last week

This week

White County

2-0

4-1

d. East Hall 41-12

Does not play

Buford

1-0

3-1

d. Banks Co. 63-0

vs. West Hall

North Hall

1-0

3-1

d. Dawson Co. 47-14

at East Hall

Dawson County

1-1

3-2

l. to North Hall 47-14

at Banks Co.

West Hall

1-1

2-3

l. to Fannin Co. 31-8

at Buford

Fannin County

1-1

1-4

d. West Hall 31-8

Does not play

East Hall

0-2

2-3

l. to White Co. 41-12

vs. North Hall

Banks County

0-2

1-4

l. to Buford 63-0

vs. Dawson Co.

Projected playoff teams: 1. Buford, 2. White County, 3. North Hall, 4. Dawson County

 

Region 8-AAA

Team

Reg.

All

Last week

This week

Morgan County

1-0

4-0

d. Oconee Co. 56-14

at North Oconee

North Oconee

1-0

3-1

d. Jackson Co. 35-6

vs. Morgan Co.

Elbert County

1-0

2-2

d. East Jackson 42-2

at Oconee Co.

Hart County

1-0

1-3

d. Franklin Co. 45-19

at East Jackson

Jackson County

1-1

3-2

l. to North Oconee 35-6

at Franklin Co.

Franklin County

0-1

1-3

l. to Hart Co. 45-19

vs. Jackson Co.

Oconee County

0-1

1-3

l. to Morgan Co. 56-14

vs. Elbert Co.

East Jackson

0-2

0-5

l. to Elbert Co. 42-2

vs. Hart Co.

Projected playoff teams: 1. North Oconee, 2. Elbert County, 3. Morgan County, 4. Hart County

 

Note: All scores are courtesy of the Georgia High School Football Historians Association, Score Atlanta and other media outlets. If a score is not accurate, it was reported incorrectly.

 

* All of this week's games are Friday unless noted.

Stadium key: AV - Avondale; G - Grady; H - Henderson; HS - Hallford

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