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Georgia High School Football Daily-11/05/12

November 5, 2012
By Calvin Scandrett of Lamar County Trojans



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Class AAAAAA

1. (1) Camden County (9-0)

Last week: Beat Lowndes 24-7. Camden County clinched Region 1 while holding Lowndes to 121 yards in total offense, much of which came on the game's first drive that gave Lowndes a 7-0 lead. Lowndes had only 41 yards of total offense over its final nine possessions, according to the Jacksonville Times-Union. J.J. Green returned the second-half kickoff 74 yards to set up a touchdown that made it 17-7. QB Brice Ramsey threw a 57-yard TD pass to James Laverette for the final margin late in the fourth quarter. Next: Friday at Colquitt County (6-3)

2. (2) Lassiter (9-0)

Last week: Beat Roswell 28-14. Lassiter jumped to a 14-0 lead in the first seven minutes and held on to clinch Region 5. Eddie Printz threw for 241 yards and a touchdown, and Lane Jackman rushed for 73 yards and scored two touchdowns. This is Lassiter's second region title in history and the first since 2009. Next: Friday at Etowah (4-5)

3. (3) Norcross (9-0)

Last week: Off. Next: Friday vs. Meadowcreek (0-9)

4. (5) Grayson (8-1)

Last week: Beat Archer 48-0. Grayson shut out its fourth consecutive opponent. Ryan Carter and Wayne Galleman each returned interceptions longer than 50 yards for touchdowns. Gallman also rushed for two touchdowns. Archer was held to 97 yards in total offense. Next: Friday vs. Brookwood (6-3)

5. (6) North Gwinnett (8-1)

Last week: Beat Mountain View 49-7. QB Michael Haynes threw four TD passes on 11-of-16 passing for 165 yards before giving way to Hayden Sphire, who was 9-of-12 for 129 yards and a touchdown. North secured the No. 2 seed behind Norcross in Region 7. Next: Friday at Peachtree Ridge (4-5)

6. (4) Lowndes (9-1)

Last week: Lost to Camden County 24-7. Lowndes held Camden County to 241 yards of total offense and limited all-state HB J.J. Green to 18 yards on 10 carries. DB Tiquan Lang and RB Nick Burgman, two likely first-team all-region players, did not play for Lowndes because of injuries. Next: Nov. 16 in state playoffs

7. (7) Lovejoy (8-1)

Last week: Off. Next: Friday vs. Alcovy (4-5)

8. (8) West Forsyth (8-1)

Last week: Beat South Forsyth 56-14. QB A.J. Erdely threw for 408 yards, completing 15 of 19 attempts, with three touchdowns. RB Jake Wieczorek had 276 yards receiving (six catches) and 90 yards rushing (10 attempts) and scored four touchdowns. West Forsyth intercepted four passes. West Forsyth can clinch Region 6 with a victory this week. It would be the 5-year-old school's first region title. Next: Friday at Lambert (5-4)

9. (9) Parkview (7-2)

Last week: Beat Berkmar 38-7. Justis Rosser rushed for 111 yards and two touchdowns for Parkview, which trailed 7-0 in the second quarter before scoring the game's final 38 points. Parkview RB Chris Carson, who missed last week's game against Central Gwinnett, was injured again in the first half and did not return to the game. Parkview can clinch Region 8 with a victory this week. Parkview's last region title came in 2004. Next: Friday at South Gwinnett (7-2)

10. (10) Colquitt County (6-3)

Last week: Beat Coffee 27-9. Cole Segraves was 14-of-17 passing for 220 yards and two touchdowns, and WR Bobby Hill had 10 catches for 143 yards. It was a must-win game to make the playoffs for Colquitt, the likely No. 4 seed from Region 1. Next: Friday vs. Camden County (9-0)

 

Class AAAAA

1. (1) Northside-Warner Robins (9-0)

Last week: Beat Warner Robins 35-28. Keshun Hill scored four touchdowns, one on a 25-yard run that gave Northside a 35-21 lead in the final three minutes. Warner Robins scored a touchdown with two seconds left. Hill had 102 yards rushing on nine carries and 73 yards receiving on five catches. Glenn Smith had three TD passes, all in the first half. The victory clinched Region 2 for Northside. Next: Friday vs. Evans (3-6)

2. (2) M.L. King (9-0)

Last week: Beat Tucker 24-17. Monquavious Johnson passed for 188 yards and three touchdowns to help M.L. King clinch its third consecutive region title. Johnson's third TD pass - a 43-yarder to Romello Shumake - gave M.L. King a 24-10 lead in the third quarter, and Tucker never made a serious bid to tie the game. Next: Friday at Miller Grove (6-3)

3. (3) East Paulding (9-0)

Last week: Beat Lithia Springs 58-14. East Paulding scored touchdowns on its first six possessions and led 44-7 at halftime. Next: Friday vs. Allatoona (9-0)

4. (6) Thomas County Central (8-1)

Last week: Off. Next: Friday vs. Harris County (5-4)

5. (8) Allatoona (9-0)

Last week: Beat North Paulding 56-27. Sophomore TB Josh Bettistea rushed for 344 yards and two touchdowns. T.J. Herron, who was moved to fullback, rushed for 124 yards on 16 carries. Allatoona had 461 yards rushing. Next: Friday at East Paulding (9-0)

6. (9) Kell (8-1)

Last week: Beat Pope 31-3. Matthew McGuigan was 13-of-20 passing for 210 yards. Quincy Mauger had six catches for 105 yards. Kell led 17-0 in the first quarter. Kell clinched its subregion title but must win a Region 7 play-in game this week to make the playoffs. Next: Friday vs. Forsyth Central (2-7)

7. (5) Tucker (7-2)

Last week: Lost to M.L. King 24-17. QB Juwaan Williams scored on a 14-yard run and threw a 21-yard TD pass to Dallas Rivers, but Tucker couldn't mount a scoring threat in the fourth quarter after pulling within 24-17. It is the first time since 1999 that Tucker has lost to two DeKalb County Schools teams in one season. Next: Friday vs. Mays (5-4)

8. (NR) Ware County (8-1)

Last week: Beat Bradwell Institute 39-6. Xavier Tobler scored three touchdowns for the fourth time this season and broke 1,000 yards rushing on the season. Ware's game this week will decide the champion of Region 3. Next: Friday vs. Effingham County (6-3)

9. (7) Warner Robins (7-2)

Last week: Lost to Northside-Warner Robins 35-28. Warner Robins trailed 21-0 at halftime and got within 28-21 in the fourth quarter but couldn't complete the comeback. Warner Robins led in first downs 20-17 and trailed in total yards 385-354. Next: Friday vs. Lakeside-Evans (5-4)

10. (NR) Flowery Branch (7-2)

Last week: Off. Next: Friday vs. Gainesville (7-2)

 

Class AAAA

1. (1) Sandy Creek (9-0)

Last week: Beat Carrollton 30-7. Sandy Creek held Carrollton to 107 yards of total offense. Chris Williams and Michael Henderman each had two of Sandy Creek's 10 tackles for losses. Sandy Creek RB Delvin Weems rushed for 96 yards on six attempts and scored two touchdowns, one on a 75-yard run. Next: Friday vs. Columbus (0-9)

2. (2) Marist (8-1)

Last week: Beat Chamblee 24-0. Marist ended Chamblee's bid for an undefeated season and scored its fourth shutout, the most in a season since Marist's 1999 team had five. Michael Toner intercepted two passes, and Kenneth Brinson had two sacks. Marist forced three turnovers and committed none. Next: Friday vs. Carver-Atlanta (9-0)

3. (3) Burke County (8-1)

Last week: Beat Butler 57-28. Burke completed a 5-0 finish in its subregion and will play for the Region 3 championship this week. Next: Friday vs. Wayne County (5-3-1)

3. (6) Monroe Area (9-0)

Last week: Beat Chestatee 35-14. Monroe Area won its first region title since 1969. QB Michael Gallup, subbing for injured Stanton Truitt, scored three touchdowns and passed for two. Gallup rushed for 175 yards on 25 carries. Kwan Brooks had 125 yards rushing on 19 carries. Next: Friday at Eastside (6-3)

4. (7) Stockbridge (8-1)

Last week: Beat Locust Grove 36-0. Malik Bryan rushed for 150 yards on 11 carries. Stockbridge can win Region 4 with a victory this week in a region play-in game. WR Maetron Thomas took an end-around 70 yards for a score. The other Region 4 subregion champion is Griffin, which Stockbridge defeated on Sept. 28. Next: Friday vs. North Clayton (2-7)

5. (8) Griffin (8-1)

Last week: Beat Spalding 42-0. Devontae Freeman rushed for 123 yards on 12 carries for Griffin, which won its subregion of Region 4. Next: Friday vs. Eagle's Landing (1-8)

6. (9) Jonesboro (8-1)

Last week: Beat Upson-Lee 44-35. Tennessee recruit Cameron Sutton scored four touchdowns, and he and Patrick Petty each returned kickoffs for touchdowns. Next: Friday vs. Dutchtown (6-3)

7. (10) Cairo (7-2)

Last week: Beat Monroe 28-20. Cairo clinched the Region 1 title. Paul Davis scored three touchdowns, his third to give Cairo a 28-7 lead in the fourth quarter. Monroe QB Charles Stafford threw for 290 yards and two touchdowns. Next: Friday vs. Dougherty (1-8)

8. (NR) Carver-Atlanta (9-0)

Last week: Beat Grady 22-19. Carver recovered a blocked punt at the 2-yard line with 4 minutes left, and QB Jordan Holden scored the game-winning touchdown. Montravious Taylor rushed for 196 yards on 27 carries. Carver has won four games by three points or fewer, including a victory over Washington by the same 22-19 score. Next: Friday vs. Marist (9-0)

9. (NR) Westside-Macon (8-1)

Last week: Beat Howard 40-3. Westside clinched Region 2 with the victory, the school's first region title since 2008. Westside was 5-5 last season. Westside is ranked for the first time since Sept. 7, 2010. Next: Friday at Rutland (3-6)

10. (NR) Ridgeland (8-1)

Last week: Beat Heritage-Ringgold 56-14. Ridgeland had 595 yards of total offense. Darrell Bridges rushed for 168 yards on 16 carries, and Vonn Bell had 145 yards rushing and 66 receiving. The score was 14-14 in the second quarter. Next: Friday vs. River Ridge (5-4)

 

Class AAA

1. (2) Thomson (9-0)

Last week: Off. Next: Friday vs. Jefferson County (4-5)

2. (4) Carver-Columbus (8-1)

Last week: Beat Peach County 26-17. Trailing 17-13 at halftime, Carver opened the second half with a drive of 80 yards on eight running plays and didn't allow another point in beating the previously No. 1-ranked team. Brandon Watt's 25-yard fumble return was the only other scoring of the half. Carver finished with 326 yards rushing, led by Noah Hickey's 81 yards on eight carries. Carver clinched Region 2. Next: Friday at Jackson (6-3)

3. (3) Buford (6-3)

Last week: Beat East Hall 49-6. Thomas Wilson intercepted a pass and rushed for 101 yards and three touchdowns on three carries. Buford's leading rusher, Dontravious Wilson, was injured in the first half and was on crutches in the second. Next: Friday vs. North Hall (8-1)

4. (5) Washington County (9-1)

Last week: Beat Dodge County 49-0. Washington County led 35-0 at halftime and held Dodge to 132 yards in total offense. Jukilo Johnson rushed for 104 yards and two touchdowns, and Melvin Hill ran for 98 yards and three touchdowns on 11 carries. William Walker was 8-of-10 passing for 216 yards. Next: Nov. 16 in state playoffs.

5. (1) Peach County (8-1)

Last week: Lost to Carver-Columbus 26-17. Peach County committed three turnovers and was held to 33 yards rushing on 28 carries. It was only the fourth region-game loss for Peach over the past 10 seasons. Next: Friday vs. Southwest (2-7)

6. (6) Cartersville (9-0)

Last week: Beat Sonoraville 56-7. Cartersville scored two touchdowns on blocked punts and another on a 99-yard interception return. Brooks Barden threw three TD passes. Cartersville clinched Region 5 with the victory. Next: Friday at Ringgold (6-3)

7. (9) St. Pius (7-2)

Last week: Beat Blessed Trinity 24-17. St. Pius bounced back from a loss to Woodward Academy and put itself within one victory of the Region 6 title. Branden Mitchell (105) and Ryan Braswell (104) each surpassed 100 yards rushing. St. Pius had 323 yards rushing, none passing. Nick Glass's 39-yard interception return gave St. Pius the lead for good, 16-14, in the third quarter. St. Pius is tied for the region lead with Cedar Grove and Blessed Trinity but has victories over both and will clinch title with a victory this week. Next: Friday at Decatur (5-4)

8. (10) North Oconee (8-1)

Last week: Beat Oconee County 63-21. Kawon Bryant rushed for 238 yards and three touchdowns, and Nick Colvin rushed for 173 yards and four touchdowns. Colvin also was 5-for-8 passing for 127 yards and one touchdown. North Oconee's game this week will decide the Region 8 title. Next: Friday vs. Hart County (5-4)

9. (NR) North Hall (8-1)

Last week: Beat Banks County 42-7. North Hall clinched Region 8, the school's first title since 2007. North Hall got 296 of its 354 total yards in the first half. QB Bradley Brown completed all four of his passing attempts for 103 yards and two touchdowns. Next: Friday at Buford (6-3)

10. (7) Blessed Trinity (7-2)

Last week: Lost to St. Pius 24-17. Blessed Trinity took a 14-9 lead into halftime on a Spencer McManes pass to C.J. Brazil for 73 yards. Barring an upset loss by St. Pius, Blessed Trinity is playing for the No. 2 seed this week. Next: Friday vs. Cedar Grove (6-3)

 

Class AA

1. (1) Calhoun (9-0)

Last week: Beat Model 35-0. Calhoun won Region 7, the school's 12th consecutive region title, and got its fourth shutout in five games. Alex Urbano rushed for 138 yards, and Taylor Lamb threw for 153 yards. Next: Friday at Chattooga (2-7)

2. (2) Brooks County (9-0)

Last week: Off. Next: Friday at Berrien (3-6)

3. (3) Vidalia (9-0)

Last week: Beat Toombs County 41-7. Vidalia led 27-0 at halftime and allowed its only points on an interception return. Juan Foster rushed for 202 yards on 26 carries. Vidalia's Jordan Black returned an interception for a touchdown in the fourth quarter. Next: Friday at Jeff Davis (2-7)

4. (4) Fitzgerald (8-2)

Last week: Beat Thomasville 35-14. Fitzgerald had 414 yards rushing. Larry Stewart (134 yards), Ron Swain (116) and Zeke Coley (98) were the top rushers. Fitzgerald will be the No. 2 seed from Region 1. Next: Nov. 16 in state playoffs

5. (5) Greater Atlanta Christian (7-2)

Last week: Beat Wesleyan 42-20. The score was 14-14 in the third quarter before GAC scored the next four touchdowns. Rafe Chapple was 13-of-16 passing for 191 and two touchdowns. Next: Friday at Lovett (5-4)

6. (6) Lamar County (8-0-1)

Last week: Beat Macon County 36-14. Lamar County claimed its second consecutive Region 4-AA title. QB Lance Austin scored on runs of 1 and 33 yards. FB Jeremy Fletcher had touchdown runs of 2 and 49 yards, and RB Lawrence Austin added a 12-yard scoring run. Next: Friday vs. Crawford County (0-9)

7. (7) Cook (7-2)

Last week: Beat Berrien 57-22. QB Ross Pickle was 15-of-26 passing for 196 yards and rushed for 15 yards and three touchdowns on 15 carries. Grant Wilson rushed for 142 yards on 17 carries and caught two passes for 63 yards. Wilson scored four touchdowns. Berrien had 329 total yards - all on the ground. Next: Friday at Early County (6-3)

8. (8) Heard County (9-0)

Last week: Beat Spencer 54-28. Heard County had three rushers with more than 100 yards in Duranta Dunson (153), Tori Rogers (108) and Qua Reid (103). Next: Friday at Bowdon (8-1)

9. (9) Jefferson (8-1)

Last week: Beat Riverside Military 35-7. Jefferson clinched Region 8 and won its eighth consecutive game. QB Bryant Shirreffs was 16-of-21 passing for 186 yards and two touchdowns. Next: Friday vs. Union County (6-3)

 10. (10) Lovett (5-4)

Last week: Beat Westminster 10-7. Willie Candler's 30-yard pass to Andrew Siegel with 6:54 left completed an eight-play, 77-yard drive that gave Lovett the final margin. Candler was 9-of-12 passing for 177 yards and a touchdown. Lovett held Westminster to 122 yards of total offense. Next: Friday vs. Greater Atlanta Christian (7-2)

 

Class A

1. (1) Eagle's Landing Christian (8-1)

Last week: Beat Pace Academy 55-0. ELCA outrushed Pace 491 to minus-4 yards. RB Kyante Green rushed for 206 yards and three touchdowns, and Lane Tipson ran for 106 yards. Bryson Durden returned an interception for a touchdown, and Jevius Terry forced a fumble. Next: Friday vs. Landmark Christian (7-2)

2. (2) Emanuel County Institute (8-1)

Last week: Beat Montgomery County 56-7. ECI had 366 yards in total offense in only 20 plays in a game shortened by a running clock as ECI led 35-0 at halftime. ECI plays for the Region 3 title this week. Next: Friday vs. Savannah Christian (7-2)

3. (3) Athens Academy (9-0)

Last week: Beat Hebron Christian 44-20. Athens Academy scored its 44 points in the first half and clinched Region 8. Taylor Allen rushed for 108 yards on eight carries. Next: Friday vs. Athens Christian (4-5)

4. (4) Prince Avenue Christian (8-1)

Last week: Beat Pinecrest Academy 50-35. Prince Avenue took leads of 29-0 and 50-14 and held on. Carl Mattox (136 yards) and Bryce Huff (115) each rushed for more than 100 yards. Next: Friday at Commerce (5-4)

5. (5) Lincoln County (8-1)

Last week: Beat Wilkinson County 21-19. Lincoln County overcame a 13-0 deficit and a fumble that Wilkinson County ran 30 yards for a touchdown. Lincoln took the lead for good at 14-13 on Ben Turner's 1-yard run with 7:13 left in the third quarter. Mike McIntire rushed for 138 yards on 17 carries. Wilkinson got inside Lincoln's 25-yard line twice in the fourth quarter but was stopped. Lincoln County clinched Region 7 with the victory. Next: Friday vs. Hancock Central (5-4)

6. (6) Savannah Christian (7-2)

Last week: Beat Savannah Country Day 51-33. Ivan Reese scored on an 80-yard run on the first play from scrimmage, and Savannah Christina led 31-7 at halftime. Freshman QB Chase Marini threw an 89-yard TD pass to Jalen Myrick. Savannah Christian plays for the Region 3 title this week. Next: Friday at ECI (8-1)

7. (7) Wilcox County (7-2)

Last week: Beat Irwin County 28-21. QB Makail Grace's 1-yard run with 1:51 left was the winning touchdown. Wilcox then recovered the kickoff and ran out the clock. Grace rushed for 131 yards and passed for 114, completing 14 of 21 attempts. Johnathan Howard caught eight passes for 63 yards and two touchdowns and intercepted a pass in the end zone. Next: Friday vs. Telfair County (6-3)

8. (10) Calvary Day (8-1)

Last week: Beat Portal 49-0. QB Michael Peterson, subbing for preseason all-state Jake Clemens, was 11-of-12 passing for 131 yards and a touchdown and scored a TD. Next: Friday vs. Treutlen (5-4)

9. (8) Irwin County (6-3)

Last week: Lost to Wilcox County 28-21. Irwin County trailed 14-0 but tied it 21-21 in the fourth quarter before Wilcox County drove for the winning touchdown with 1:51 left. Next: Friday at Charlton County (5-4)

10. (9) Wilkinson County (6-3)

Last week: Lost to Lincoln County 21-19. Trailing 21-19, Wilkinson had first-and-goal at the Lincoln County 7-yard line but missed a 38-yard field goal. Wilkinson later had first down at the Lincoln 24 but turned the ball over on downs. QB David Whipple was 10-of-18 passing for 151 yards. Next: Friday vs. Warren County (1-8)

Playoff Scenarios: Class AAAAAA

Each day this week, GHSF Daily will examine the playoff scenarios for every region in the state, beginning today with Class AAAAAA (Class A will not be included because the playoff fields for the public- and private-school tournaments will be determined by the power rankings). This is not meant to include every possibility, because tiebreaker procedures vary from region to region and are not widely publicized. Instead, we'll focus on the most likely or least complicated scenarios.

 

Region 1

Camden County clinched the region title with its 24-7 victory over Lowndes on Friday, and the Wildcats will be the No. 1 seed regardless of the outcome of their game against Colquitt County this week. Lowndes will be the No. 2 seed. A Valdosta victory over Coffee would make Valdosta the No. 3 seed and Colquitt County No. 4. Coffee still has a shot, but the Trojans must beat Valdosta.

 

Region 2

Lovejoy and Newton have clinched the top two positions, and Alcovy has clinched a playoff berth. The winner of the Rockdale County-Druid Hills game will be the other playoff team. If Rockdale County wins, the Bulldogs would be the No. 4 seed and Alcovy would be No. 3. If Druid Hills wins, the Red Devils would be the No. 3 seed and Alcovy No. 4 (unless Alcovy upsets Lovejoy, which would then give Alcovy third place).

 

Region 3

Hughes clinched the first region title and No. 1 seed in the program's short history with its 17-13 victory over Tri-Cities on Friday. The winner of this week's Newnan-East Coweta game will take second place, and the loser will be No. 3. The winner of Friday's game between Douglas County and Tri-Cities will be the No. 4 team.

 

Region 4

McEachern has clinched the region title and No. 1 seed. North Cobb (which plays Campbell), Marietta (vs. Harrison) and Hillgrove (vs. McEachern), can clinch the second, third and fourth seeds with victories this week. Hillgrove can earn a playoff spot even if it loses to McEachern if South Cobb loses to Pebblebrook or North Cobb beats Campbell. South Cobb can still make it if it wins, Hillgrove wins and North Cobb loses.

 

Region 5

Lassiter has clinched the No. 1 seed, and Walton has wrapped up second place. The No. 3 seed will be the winner of the game between Woodstock and Milton, which has clinched at least a playoff berth. Etowah can take fourth place if it upsets Lassiter and Woodstock loses. However, barring an upset by Woodstock or Etowah, Wheeler would finish as the No. 4 seed if it beats last-place Cherokee.

 

Region 6

Johns Creek, West Forsyth and Alpharetta are tied for first place and have clinched playoff berths. The region's other playoff team will be the winner of the Chattahoochee-Centennial game. West Forsyth will be the region champion if it beats sixth-place Lambert. If West Forsyth loses, the winner of Friday's Johns Creek-Alpharetta game will take the title.

 

Region 7

Norcross has clinched the region title, and North Gwinnett will be the No. 2 seed. The winner of the Collins Hill-Mill Creek game will be the No. 3 seed, and the loser will be the No. 4 seed.

 

Region 8

Parkview, South Gwinnett, Grayson and Brookwood have clinched playoff berths and play each other this week (Parkview vs. South Gwinnett, Grayson vs. Brookwood). Here are the four possible outcomes and the seeding they would produce:

*If Parkview, Grayson win: 1. Parkview, 2. Grayson, 3. South Gwinnett, 4. Brookwood

*If Parkview, Brookwood win: 1. Parkview, 2. Grayson, 3. South Gwinnett, 4. Brookwood

*If South Gwinnett, Grayson win: 1. Grayson, 2. South Gwinnett, 3. Parkview, Brookwood

*If South Gwinnett, Brookwood win: 1. South Gwinnett, 2. Parkview, 3. Grayson, Brookwood


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Region champions

There are 26 teams that have clinched region titles. The other 22 will be decided this week - 12 in winner-take-all games. In the other 10 regions, a first-place team can clinch with a victory over a team that is not in serious contention.

 

Class AAAAAA

1 - Camden County

2 - Lovejoy

3 - Hughes

4 - McEachern

5 - Lassiter

6 - West Forsyth with a win

7 - Norcross

8 - Parkview with a win

 

Class AAAAA

1 - TCC-Harris County winner

2 - Northside (W. Robins)

3 - Ware-Effingham Co. winner

4 - Whitewater with a win

5 - Allatoona-E.Paulding winner

6 - M.L. King

7 - Kell with a win

8 - Flowery Branch-Gainesville winner

 

Class AAAA

1 - Cairo

2 - Westside (Macon)

3 - Burke-Wayne Co. winner

4 - Stockbridge with a win

5 - Sandy Creek

6 - Marist-Carver, Atl. winner

7 - Ridgeland-R. Ridge winner

8 - Monroe Area

 

Class AAA

1 - Pierce County

2 - Carver (Columbus)

3 - Thomson

4 - Callaway

5 - Cartersville

6 - St. Pius with a win

7 - North Hall

8 - Hart Co.-N. Oconee winner

 

Class AA

1 - Brooks County

2 - Vidalia

3 - Screven County

4 - Lamar County

5 - Bowdon-Heard Co. winner

6 - GAC-Lovett winner

7 - Calhoun

8 - Jefferson

 

Class A

1 - Seminole County with a win

2 - Wilcox County with a win

3 - ECI-Sav. Christian winner

4 - Brookstone with a win

5 - ELCA-Landmark winner

6 - Walker with a win

7 - Lincoln County

8 - Athens Academy

Trivia

Camden County clinched Region 1-AAAAAA last week. When was the last time that Lowndes, Valdosta, Colquitt County, Tift County or Coffee did not win Region 1 in the highest classification? (Answer Tuesday)

 

Answer to Friday's question: The undefeated teams entering last week's games that had never finished a regular season 10-0 were Walker, Monroe Area and Brooks County.

Weekend Scores

Thursday's games

Callaway 54, Douglass 16

Dougherty 16, Americus-Sumter 7

Druid Hills 21, Morrow 18

Glenn Hills 12, Hephzibah 0

Glynn Acad. 63, Windsor Forest 0

Grayson 48, Archer 0

Kendrick 52, Jordan 6

Newton 34, Luella 21

Perry 30, Rutland 10

Sav. Christian 51, Sav. C'try Day 33

South Atlanta 32, Therrell 0

 

Friday's games

Adairsville 38, Gordon Central 35

Alcovy 17, Rockdale Co. 8

Alexander 43, Columbus 7

Allatoona 56, North Paulding 27

Alpharetta 41, Centennial 23

Aquinas 49, Georgia Military 14

Athens Acad. 44, Hebron Christ. 20

Bacon Co. 37, Atkinson Co. 6

Bainbridge 34, Dothan, Ala. 7

Baldwin 29, West Laurens 0

Benedictine 41, Jeff Davis 0

Bleckley Co. 65, Monticello 13

Bremen 57, Temple 29

Brookstone 52, Central, Talbotton 12

Bryan Co. 42, Metter 7

Buford 49, East Hall 6

Burke Co. 57, Butler 28

Cairo 28, Monroe 20

Calhoun 35, Model 0

Calvary Day 49, Portal 0

Camden Co. 24, Lowndes 7

Cartersville 56, Sonoraville 7

Carver, Atlanta 22, Grady 19

Carver, Columbus 26, Peach Co. 17

Cedar Grove 47, Woodward 14

Cedar Shoals 17, Salem 14

Central Gwinnett 37, Dacula 20

Chapel Hill 41, Central, Carrollton 21

Chattahoochee 48, Lambert 14

Clarke Central 38, Winder-Barrow 7

Clinch Co. 3, Lanier Co. 0

Collins Hill 40, Duluth 0

Colquitt Co. 27, Coffee 9

Columbia 27, Stone Mountain 6

Cook 57, Berrien 22

Coosa 25, Armuchee 3

Creekview 44, North Springs 0

Crisp Co. 21, Albany 6

Dade Co. 35, Chattooga 14

Dalton 14, Southeast Whitfield 10

Darlington 42, SW Atlanta Christian 8

Dawson Co. 54, Fannin Co. 12

Decatur 21, McNair 20

Dooly Co. 35, Greenville 0

Dutchtown 21, Woodland, Stock. 14

ELCA 55, Pace Academy 0

Early Co. 41, Pelham 20

East Coweta 38, Douglas Co. 33

East Laurens 42, Westside, Aug. 13

East Paulding 58, Lithia Springs 14

Effingham Co. 28, Groves 12

ECI 56, Montgomery Co. 7

First Presbyterian 45, Warren Co. 8

Fitzgerald 35, Thomasville 14

Franklin Co. 41, East Jackson 21

George Walton 42, Athens Christ. 3

Gilmer 38, Cedartown 0

GAC 42, Wesleyan 20

Greene Co. 27, Rabun Co. 14

Griffin 42, Spalding 0

Grovetown 42, Greenbrier 26

Hancock Central 8, Twiggs Co. 6

Hapeville Charter 26, Cross Keys 0

Harris Co. 28, Hardaway 21

Heard Co. 54, Spencer 28

Heritage, Conyers 42, Apalachee 0

Hillgrove 37, South Cobb 14

Hiram 42, Woodland, Cartersville 0

Hughes 17, Tri-Cities 13

Jackson 40, Central, Macon 20

Jackson, Atlanta 22, Haralson Co. 20

Jackson Co. 33, Elbert Co. 28

Jefferson 35, Riverside Military 7

Jefferson Co. 27, Swainsboro 14

Jenkins Co. 19, Claxton 14

Johns Creek 34, North Forsyth 7

Johnson, Savannah 26, Beach 2

Johnson Co. 53, Wheeler Co. 7

Jones Co. 63, Houston Co. 42

Jonesboro 44, Upson-Lee 35

Kell 31, Pope 3

Kennesaw Mtn. 35, Pebblebrook 14

LaGrange 35, Troup 20

Lakeside, Evans 21, Evans 14

Lakeview Academy 34, Towns Co. 0

Lamar Co. 36, Macon Co. 14

Landmark Chr. 36, Holy Innocents' 3

Laney 38, Dublin 7

Lanier 24, Lumpkin Co. 7

Lassiter 28, Roswell 14

Lee Co. 70, Northside, Columbus 19

Lincoln Co. 21, Wilkinson Co. 19

Lithonia 8, Redan 6

Loganville 46, Gainesville 41

Lovett 10, Westminster 7

M.L. King 24, Tucker 17

Madison Co. 32, Walnut Grove 31

Manchester 41, Chattahoochee Co. 7

Marion Co. 31, Hawkinsville 14

Marist 24, Chamblee 0

Mary Persons 21, Veterans 7

McEachern 61, Harrison 21

McIntosh Co. Acad. 30, Long Co. 19

Mill Creek 49, Habersham Central 0

Milton 49, Cherokee 7

Monroe Area 35, Chestatee 14

Morgan Co. 35, Hart Co. 8

Mt. Pisgah 55, Fellowship Christian 0

Mt. Zion, Carroll 18, Gordon Lee 13

Mt. Zion, Jones. 31, Forest Park 17

Mundy's Mill 35, Ola 20

Newnan 24, Westlake 0

North Atlanta 19, Lakeside, Atl. 14

North Cobb 45, Marietta 32

North Gwinnett 49, Mountain View 7

North Hall 42, Banks Co. 7

North Murray 34, Coahulla Creek 0

North Oconee 63, Oconee Co. 21

Northeast 53, Putnam Co. 12

Northgate 34, McIntosh 13

Northside, WR 35, Warner Robins 28

Northview 40, Forsyth Central 33

Northwest Whitfield 47, LaFayette 7

Parkview 38, Berkmar 7

Peachtree Ridge 61, Meadowcreek 0

Pepperell 47, Murray Co. 7

Pike Co. 42, Henry Co. 12

Prince Ave. 50, Pinecrest Acad. 35

Randolph-Clay 20, Calhoun Co. 18

Richmond Acad. 17, Cross Creek 7

Richmond Hill 44, Jenkins 14

Ridgeland 56, Heritage, Ringgold 14

Ringgold 14, Lakeview-FO 9

River Ridge 28, Pickens 26

Rockmart 41, B.E.S.T. Academy 15

Rome 35, Villa Rica 28

Sandy Creek 30, Carrollton 7

Savannah 16, Brantley Co. 6

Schley Co. 58, Pacelli 40

Screven Co. 40, Josey 12

Seminole Co. 20, Miller Co. 0

Sequoyah 42, Cambridge 0

South Effingham 33, Liberty Co. 16

South Gwinnett 42, Brookwood 38

South Paulding 21, Paulding Co. 14

Sprayberry 23, Osborne 17

St. Francis 34, N. Cobb Christian 25

St. Pius 24, Blessed Trinity 17

Stephens Co. 23, Eastside 7

Stockbridge 35, Locust Grove 0

Strong Rock 28, Mount Vernon 20

Tattnall Co. 45, Southeast Bulloch 25

Taylor Co. 34, Crawford Co. 0

Telfair Co. 29, Charlton Co. 21

Terrell Co. 44, Stewart Co. 6

Treutlen 21, Glascock Co. 16

Trion 32, Christian Heritage 21

Union Co. 31, Social Circle 0

Union Grove 34, Drew 33

Valdosta 41, Brunswick 24

Vidalia 41, Toombs Co. 7

Walker 20, Mount Paran Christian 3

Walton 21, Etowah 16

Ware Co. 39, Bradwell Institute 6

Washington 47, Banneker 30

Washington Co. 49, Dodge Co. 0

Wash.-Wilkes 42, Oglethorpe Co. 8

Wayne Co. 37, Statesboro 20

West Forsyth 56, South Forsyth 14

Westover 32, Worth Co. 22

Westside, Macon 40, Howard 3

Wheeler 31, Woodstock 9

White Co. 42, West Hall 7

Whitefield Acad. 21, King's Ridge 10

Whitewater 42, Starr's Mill 0

Wilcox Co. 28, Irwin Co. 21

 

Saturday's games

Arabia Mountain 40, Dunwoody 7

Shaw 34, Fayette Co. 23

Southwest DeKalb 16, Miller Grove 7

Stephenson 28, Mays 27

Region Play-In Games

Here is this week's schedule of play-in games for the state's eight subdivided regions. Games listed in red are region championship games in which both teams will advance to the state playoffs. Games listed in blue are games in which only the winners will advance to the playoffs. Let us know if you see any information that needs updating or correcting.

 

Region 4-AAAAA

#4B McIntosh at #1A Union Grove

#4A Ola at #1B Whitewater

#3A Drew at #2B Creekside

#3B Northgate at #2A Mundy's Mill

#5B Starr's Mill at #5A Mount Zion, Jonesboro

#6A Forest Park vs. Spalding (4-AAAA)

 

Region 7-AAAAA

#1A Creekview at #4B Riverwood

#4A Forsyth Central at #1B Kell

#2A Sequoyah at #3B Sprayberry

#3A Northview at #2B Pope

#5A Cambridge at #5B Osborne

#6A North Springs at Kennesaw Mountain (4-AAAAAA)

Notes: Kell will be the region champion with a victory. Pope has a tiebreaker advantage over Sequoyah if they both win.

 

Region 3-AAAA

#1S Wayne Co. at #1N Burke County

#2S Statesboro at #3N Cross Creek

#3S South Effingham at #2N Richmond Academy

#4S Liberty at #4N Glenn Hills

#6N Hephzibah at #5N Butler

Note: If two No. 2 seeds (or two No. 3 seeds) win, the region champion will carry the No. 3 seed for the state playoffs. In other words, if Burke County (North) beats Wayne County (South), the North team will be the No. 3 seed for the state playoffs in the event of a tie in seeding.

 

Region 4-AAAA

#4B N. Clayton at #1A Stockbridge

#4A Eagle's Landing at #1B Griffin

#3B Riverdale at #2A Locust Grove

#3A Dutchtown at #2B Jonesboro, Southern Crescent Stadium

#5B Upson-Lee at #5A Woodland-Stockbridge

#6B Spalding at Forest Park (4-AAAAA), Thursday, Tara Stadium

 

Region 6-AAAA

#1A Marist at #1B Carver-Atlanta, Lakewood Stadium

#3B Washington at #2A Chamblee, Saturday, North DeKalb Stadium

#3A Columbia at #2B Grady, Grady Stadium

#4A Lithonia at #4B Banneker

#5B Therrell at #5A Stone Mountain, Saturday, Panthersville Stadium

#6A Redan at #6B South Atlanta, Lakewood Stadium

 

Region 7-AAAA

#1A River Ridge at #1B Ridgeland

#2A Gilmer at #3B NW Whitfield

#3A Pickens at #2B Dalton

#4A Cedartown at #4B SE Whitfield

#5A Cass at #5B LaFayette

Johnson-Gainesville (8-AAAA) at #6B Heritage-Ringgold

 

Region 3-A

#1A Savannah Christian vs. #1B Emanuel County Institute

#3A Jenkins Co. at #2B Johnson Co.

#3B Treutlen at #2A Calvary Day

#5A Savannah Country Day at #4B Wheeler County 

#5B Montgomery Co. at #4A Claxton  

#6A Portal at Glascock County

 

Region 6-A

#4A Gordon Lee at #1B Walker

#4B Mount Paran Christian at #1A Mount Zion

#3B Mount Pisgah at #2A Darlington

#3A Trion at #2B Whitefield Academy

#5B King's Ridge at #5A Christian Heritage

#6B Fellowship Christian at #6A Southwest Atlanta Christian

 
Region Standings: Class AAAAAA

Region 1-AAAAAA

Team

Reg.

All

Last week

This week*

Camden County

5-0

9-0

d. Lowndes 24-7

at Colquitt Co.

Lowndes

5-1

9-1

l. to Camden Co. 24-7

Does not play

Colquitt County

3-2

6-3

d. Coffee 27-9

vs. Camden Co.

Valdosta

3-2

6-3

d. Brunswick 41-24

vs. Coffee

Coffee

2-3

5-4

l. to Colquitt Co. 27-9

at Valdosta

Brunswick

0-5

3-6

l. to Valdosta 41-24

vs. Tift Co.

Tift County

0-5

2-7

Did not play

at Brunswick

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

 

Region 2-AAAAAA

Team

Reg.

All

Last week

This week

Lovejoy

5-0

8-1

Did not play

vs. Alcovy (TO)

Newton

4-1

4-5

d. Luella 34-21

at Morrow (T)

Alcovy

3-2

4-5

d. Rockdale Co. 17-8

at Lovejoy (TO)

Druid Hills

2-3

4-5

d. Morrow 21-18

at Rockdale Co.

Rockdale County

2-3

2-7

l. to Alcovy 17-8

vs. Druid Hills

Luella

2-4

2-8

l. to Newton 34-21

Does not play

Morrow

0-5

1-8

l. to Druid Hills 21-18

vs. Newton (T)

Projected playoff teams: 1. Lovejoy, 2. Newton, 3. Alcovy, 4. Rockdale County

 

Region 3-AAAAAA

Team

Reg.

All

Last week

This week

Hughes

4-0

8-1

d. Tri-Cities 17-13

vs. Westlake

Newnan

3-1

7-2

d. Westlake 24-0

at East Coweta

East Coweta

3-1

4-5

d. Douglas Co. 38-33

vs. Newnan

Tri-Cities

1-3

3-6

l. to Hughes 17-13

vs. Douglas Co.

Douglas County

1-3

2-7

l. to East Coweta 38-33

at Tri-Cities

Westlake

0-4

0-9

l. to Newnan 24-0

at Hughes

Projected playoff teams: 1. Hughes, 2. Newnan, 3. East Coweta, 4. Tri-Cities

 

Region 4-AAAAAA

Team

Reg.

All

Last week

This week

McEachern

7-0

7-2

d. Harrison 61-21

vs. Hillgrove

North Cobb

5-2

7-2

d. Marietta 45-32

at Campbell

Marietta

5-2

6-3

l. to North Cobb 45-32

vs. Harrison

Hillgrove

5-2

6-3

d. South Cobb 37-14

at McEachern

South Cobb

4-3

6-3

l. to Hillgrove 37-14

at Pebblebrook

Harrison

3-4

4-5

l. to McEachern 61-21

at Marietta

Kennesaw Mountain

2-6

3-6

d. Pebblebrook 35-14

vs. North Springs

Campbell

1-6

3-6

Did not play

vs. North Cobb

Pebblebrook

0-7

0-9

l. to Kennesaw Mtn. 35-14

vs. South Cobb

Projected playoff teams: 1. McEachern, 2. North Cobb, 3. Marietta, 4. Hillgrove

 

Region 5-AAAAAA

Team

Reg.

All

Last week

This week

Lassiter

6-0

9-0

d. Roswell 28-14

at Etowah

Walton

5-1

7-2

d. Etowah 21-16

at Roswell

Milton

4-2

6-3

d. Cherokee 49-7

vs. Woodstock

Etowah

3-3

4-5

l. to Walton 21-16

vs. Lassiter

Woodstock

3-3

3-6

l. to Wheeler 31-9

at Milton

Wheeler

2-4

5-4

d. Woodstock 31-9

at Cherokee

Roswell

1-5

2-7

l. to Lassiter 28-14

vs. Walton

Cherokee

0-6

1-8

l. to Milton 49-7

vs. Wheeler

Projected playoff teams: 1. Lassiter, 2. Walton, 3. Milton, 4. Woodstock

 

Region 6-AAAAAA

Team

Reg.

All

Last week

This week

Johns Creek

5-1

8-1

d. North Forsyth 34-7

vs. Alpharetta

West Forsyth

5-1

8-1

d. South Forsyth 56-14

at Lambert

Alpharetta

5-1

6-3

d. Centennial 41-23

at Johns Creek

Chattahoochee

4-2

6-3

d. Lambert 48-14

at Centennial (Thu.)

Centennial

3-3

3-6

l. to Alpharetta 41-23

vs. Chattahoochee (Thu.)

Lambert

2-4

5-4

l. to Chattahoochee 48-14

vs. West Forsyth

North Forsyth

0-6

3-6

l. to Johns Creek 34-7

at South Forsyth

South Forsyth

0-6

3-6

l. to West Forsyth 56-14

vs. North Forsyth

Projected playoff teams: 1. West Forsyth, 2. Johns Creek, 3, Alpharetta, 4. Chattahoochee

 

Region 7-AAAAAA

Team

Reg.

All

Last week

This week

Norcross

7-0

9-0

Did not play

vs. Meadowcreek

North Gwinnett

6-1

8-1

d. Mountain View 49-7

at Peachtree Ridge

Collins Hill

5-2

6-3

d. Duluth 40-0

vs. Mill Creek

Mill Creek

5-2

6-3

d. Habersham Cent. 49-0

at Collins Hill

Peachtree Ridge

4-3

4-5

d. Meadowcreek 62-0

vs. North Gwinnett

Duluth

2-5

3-6

l. to Collins Hill 40-0

at Mountain View

Mountain View

2-5

3-6

l. to North Gwinnett 49-7

vs. Duluth

Habersham Central

1-7

1-9

l. to Mill Creek 49-0

Does not play

Meadowcreek

0-7

0-9

l. to Peachtree Ridge 62-0

at Norcross

Projected playoff teams: 1. Norcross, 2. North Gwinnett, 3. Mill Creek, 4. Collins Hill

 

Region 8-AAAAAA

Team

Reg.

All

Last week

This week

Grayson

6-1

8-1

d. Archer 48-0

vs. Brookwood

Parkview

6-1

7-2

d. Berkmar 38-7

at South Gwinnett

South Gwinnett

6-1

7-2

d. Brookwood 42-38

vs. Parkview

Brookwood

5-2

6-3

l. to South Gwinnett 42-38

at Grayson

Archer

4-4

6-4

l. to Grayson 48-0

Does not play

Central Gwinnett

3-4

5-4

d. Dacula 37-20

at Shiloh

Shiloh

1-6

3-6

Did not play

vs. Central Gwinnett

Dacula

1-6

1-8

l. to Cent. Gwinnett 37-20

at Berkmar

Berkmar

0-7

1-8

l. to Parkview 38-7

vs. Dacula

Projected playoff teams: 1. Parkview, 2. Grayson, 3. South Gwinnett, 4. Brookwood

 

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: T - Tara; TO - Twelve Oaks
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