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Georgia High School Football Daily-11/27/12

November 27, 2012
By Calvin Scandrett of Lamar County Trojans


Five title-worthy quarterfinal matchups 

Is this for the state championship?


That's what some fans might be saying about five quarterfinal games this week that match highly ranked opponents in games that would be good enough for a final.


Here is a closer look at each of those blockbusters:


*AAAAAA - Norcross at Camden County: These are two of the three region champions remaining in the draw. Lovejoy is the other. Norcross (12-0) is the only unbeaten team in the highest class and has defeated seven playoff opponents, all by eight points or more. Camden County (11-1) is a three-time former champion that was ranked No. 1 until upset by Colquitt County in the final game of the regular season, after Camden had clinched Region 1.

     Is it for the title? No. This class is too talented to make bold predictions like that, but the winner is the team to beat entering the final four - though Norcross has never played in a semifinal, much less a state championship game. The computer Maxwell Ratings say the winner of this game is 59 percent likely to win the title.


*AAAAA - Tucker at Northside-Warner Robins: Northside and Tucker began the season 1-2 in the rankings. Tucker was the 2011 champion and beat Northside 17-16 in the semifinals. Tucker is 10-2 after getting nicked by Stephenson and M.L. King in this classification's toughest region. Northside (12-0) is the only unbeaten team in AAAAA.

     Is it for the title? No. Tucker is dangerous, but only a No. 3 seed. The computer Maxwell Ratings say the winner of this game is 51 percent likely to win the title.


*AAAA - Burke County at Sandy Creek: Sandy Creek (12-0), a state champion in 2009 and 2010, is ranked No. 1 and is the only unbeaten team in this class. Burke (11-1) won Class AAA in 2011 and is ranked No. 3. Its only loss is to Thomson, the No. 1 team in AAA.

     Is it for the title? No. Second-ranked Marist can't be overlooked. The computer Maxwell Ratings say the winner of this game is 67 percent likely to win the title.


*AAA - Buford at Carver-Columbus: Each of these teams has reached the quarterfinals each season since 2006. Buford is averaging 13.3 victories in that time. Carver is averaging 12.1. They were ranked 2-3 in preseason. They are ranked 2-3 now.

   Is it for the title? No. The winner would face No. 1 Thomson or Cartersville, both of which are 12-0. The computer Maxwell Ratings say the winner of this game is 22 percent likely to win the title.


*AA - Brooks County at Calhoun: Calhoun is ranked No. 1. Brooks County is ranked No. 2. Both are 12-0. Their quarterbacks - Taylor Lamb of Calhoun and Malcolm Parrish of Brooks County - are probably the leading contenders for player of the year in this classification.

     Is it for the title? Yes. Anybody can be beaten, but it would make headlines if Calhoun or Brooks County didn't win the championship. The computer Maxwell Ratings say the winner of this game is 69 percent likely to win the title.

Playoff Preview: Class AAAAA Quarterfinals

Tucker at Northside (Warner Robins)

When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, McConnell-Talbert Stadium, Warner Robins

Records, rankings: Tucker is 10-2, the No. 3 seed from Region 6-AAAAA and ranked No. 5; Northside is 12-0, the No. 1 seed from 2-AAAAA and ranked No. 1.

Last meeting: Tucker won 17-16 in the 2011 Class AAAA semifinals.

Three things to know: 1. Keshun Hill (111) and Glenn Smith (110) each had more than 100 yards rushing in a 45-17 victory over Thomas County Central in the second round. Hill is Northside's leading rusher. He has 1,132 yards and 17 touchdowns on 91 carries (12.4 ypc) and also has 22 catches for 323 yards and seven touchdowns. 2. Tucker had more than 500 yards rushing in a 40-21 victory over North Paulding in the second round. QB Juwaan Williams scored three touchdowns and rushed for 140 yards. Dallas Rivers scored on a 90-yard run and went over 1,000 yards rushing on the season. 3. In their semifinal game last year, Northside led 16-10 and had the ball on the Tucker 2-yard line with about 5 minutes left. Tucker forced a fumble and returned it from one end zone to the other for a touchdown in the 17-16 win. Tucker and Northside also played in the 2007 semifinals. Northside won 31-28 after Tucker failed to hold a 28-7 halftime lead. The winner of those games went on to win state titles.

Maxwell Ratings' projection: Northside by 12

Winner plays: Stephenson/Ware County winner


Stephenson at Ware County

When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Memorial Stadium, Waycross

Records, rankings: Stephenson is 9-2, the No. 2 seed from Region 6-AAAAA and ranked No. 9; Ware County is 11-1, the No. 1 seed from 3-AAAAA and ranked No. 6.

Last meeting: Stephenson won 34-13 in the 2009 regular season.

Three things to know: 1. Ware County TB/LB Xavier Tobler is a two-way starter with 1,488 yards rushing and 24 touchdowns on offense and 95 tackles on defense. Ware's other all-state candidate is also is a two-way starter. DL/TE Jimal McBride has 118 tackles, 22 for losses, and has 108 knockdown blocks on offense. 2. Stephenson DL Khari Waithe Alexander, who is committed to Southern Miss, has 15 tackles for losses and is one of three Stephenson defensive linemen with more than 20 tackles for losses. The others are Ryan George and Jonathan Wynn. In the 35-6 victory over East Paulding in the second round, Stephenson held East to 150 yards in total offense - 244 below East's average. 3. Stephenson's victory over East Paulding was the school's first playoff win on the road. Stephenson now must break a slump in the quarterfinals, where the Jaguars are 1-4 all-time, last winning in 2005. Ware County is 3-3 in the quarters, winning in 1976, 2004 and 2007.

Maxwell Ratings' projection: Stephenson by 4

Winner plays: Tucker/Northside winner


Gainesville at Harris County

When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Tiger Stadium, Hamilton

Records, rankings: Gainesville is 9-3, the No. 2 seed from Region 8-AAAAA and unranked; Harris County is 8-4, the No. 1 seed from 1-AAAAA and unranked.

Last meeting: This is the teams' first meeting.

Three things to know: 1. Harris County started the season 0-4, then struggled to beat Douglas County (which finished 2-8) in four overtimes to start an eight-game winning streak. In the 31-21 victory over Warner Robins last week, Harris County led 31-7, and Esaias Chapman rushed for 199 yards and three touchdowns. He has rushed for 2,033 yards and scored 19 touchdowns. He has never been held to fewer than 97 yards rushing in a game. 2. Gainesville QB Deshaun Watson, a junior who has committed to Clemson, either passed or ran 61 times in Gainesville's 61-42 victory over Kell in the second round. He finished with 222 yards passing and 159 rushing. For the season, Watson has thrown for 3,035 yards and 40 touchdowns and rushed for 1,102 yards and 19 touchdowns. 3. Neither school has won a state championship in football, but their football histories couldn't be more different otherwise. Harris County, which opened in 1956, was 0-6 in the postseason until this year. This will be the Tigers' third home playoff game this year. Those are the only home playoff games in school history. Gainesville has played 107 postseason games since 1948. The Red Elephants are trying to reach the semifinals for the 19th time.

Maxwell Ratings' projection: Gainesville by 16

Winner plays: Allatoona/Whitewater winner


Allatoona at Whitewater

When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Wildcat Stadium, Fayetteville

Records, rankings: Allatoona is 11-1, the No. 2 seed from Region 5-AAAAA and ranked No. 10; Whitewater is 11-1, the No. 1 seed from 4-AAAAA and unranked.

Last meeting: This is the teams' first meeting.

Three things to know: 1. Allatoona drove 73 yards in the final four minutes for the winning touchdown in a 20-19 victory over M.L. King in the second round. Allatoona RB T.J. Herron rushed for 116 yards in the win. Allatoona has two running backs with more than 1,000 yards rushing in Herron (1,250) and sophomore Joshua Bettistea. 2. Whitewater RB Kendall Conley rushed for 290 yards and scored five touchdowns in a 34-27 victory over Glynn Academy in the second round. Whitewater trailed by one point until Conley's 12-yard TD run with 22 seconds left. For the season, Conley has rushed for 1,906 yards on 205 carries and scored 34 touchdowns. 3. Whitewater opened in 2004 and broke through to the quarterfinals this season after second-round losses in 2007 and 2010. The school is 70-26 under coach Amos McCreary, who started the program. Allatoona opened in 2008 and reached the AAA quarterfinals last season, losing to eventual champion Burke County 32-28.

Maxwell Ratings' projection: Allatoona by 6

Winner plays: Gainesville/Harris County winner

In The News

Zito resigns after two seasons at Dacula

Dacula coach Jared Zito resigned Monday after two seasons at the Gwinnett County school.


Zito was 9-4 in his first season after replacing the retired Kevin Maloof, but the Falcons fell to 1-9 this year. He was 0-4 this season in games decided by five points or less.


"The visions, goals and beliefs for the football program of the current administration are different than the ones I agreed to when initially hired by [former principal] Donnie Nutt," Zito told Will Hammock of the Gwinnett Daily Post on Monday. "I have not applied, interviewed or accepted any other jobs. I plan to remain at Dacula as a member of the faculty as a teacher unless another opportunity presents itself."


Zito's record is 28-37 in six seasons, the first four at North Forsyth.


Robinson resigns at Houston County

Greg Robinson is out as Houston County's coach after five seasons, the Macon Telegraph reported.


Houston County was 3-7 this year. Robinson also has coached at Dodge County and is 55-70 in 11 seasons as a head coach.


Robinson told the Macon newspaper that he planned to continue teaching in Houston County schools.

Invitation To Coaches

Salute to Georgia High School Football Reception

All GHSA-affiliated football head coaches are invited to attend the 2012 Salute to Georgia High School Football Reception, presented by Russell Athletic. The event will take place on Dec. 15 from 10:30 a.m. until 1 p.m. in the Atlanta Falcons Owners Club at the Georgia Dome.


With the first state championship game on that Saturday kicking off at the new start time of 11:30 a.m., the event has been changed from a luncheon to a reception. The invitation allows coaches and a guest to enjoy a meal and mingle with fellow coaches as well as the 2012 Classification Coaches of the Year, Warrick Dunn Captain in the Community honorees and the Lifetime Achievement Award recipient. Additionally, prizes will be awarded for commitment to the sport of football.


The Atlanta Falcons will offer to the first 100 coaches to RSVP for the reception the opportunity to receive two tickets to the Falcons-Buccaneers game on Dec. 30 at the Georgia Dome. Make sure to mention the tickets when you RSVP, and Mia Scott will follow up with a confirmation of attendance and tickets.


For coaches staying in Atlanta, the following hotels within six blocks of the Georgia Dome are recommended: Omni at CNN Center, 404-659-0000; Embassy Suites, 404-223-2300; Residence Inn by Marriott, 404-522-0950; and Quality Hotel, 404-524-7991.


RSVP by Dec. 3 by calling 404-367-2243 or e-mailing Scott at mscott@falcons.nfl.com.

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In This Issue
Spotlight: Five title-worthy quarterfinal matchups
Playoff Preview: Class AAAAA Quarterfinals
In The News: Zito resigns after two seasons at Dacula
List: Schools with the most quarterfinal appearances
Trivia: Schools taken to the quarterfinals by T. McFerrin
Playoff Scores, Pairings
Postseason Awards
All-Region Teams: 6-AAAA Div. A, 6-AAAA Div. B and 6-AAA
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Familiar faces

Schools with the most appearances in GHSA quarterfinal playoff games:


34 - Lincoln County

26 - Valdosta

25 - Buford

22 - Charlton County

22 - Gainesville

22 - Marist

19 - Carrollton

19 - Dalton

19 - Warner Robins

18 - Lovett

16 - Clinch County

15 - Americus

16 - Commerce

15 - Clarke Central

15 - Griffin

15 - Mary Persons

15 - Northside (Warner Robins)

15 - Southwest DeKalb


T. McFerrin has reached the quarterfinals as a head coach with seven schools, something no other Georgia coach has done. What are the seven schools? (Answer Wednesday)


Answer to Monday's question: The only No. 3 seeds to win state championships were 1999 Lowndes and 1997 Parkview.

Playoff Scores, Pairings



Second round

Lovejoy 36, Marietta 15

North Gwinnett 28, Grayson 10

North Cobb 42, Hughes 14

Mill Creek 56, Brookwood 21

Camden Co. 34, East Coweta 14

Norcross 27, South Gwinnett 7

Colquitt Co. 26, Newnan 23

Parkview 26, West Forsyth 23



North Gwinnett at Lovejoy

Mill Creek at North Cobb

Norcross at Camden Co.

Colquitt Co. at Parkview



Second round

Northside 45, Thomas Co. Central 17

Tucker 40, North Paulding 21

Ware Co. 20, Union Grove 13

Stephenson 35, East Paulding 6

Harris Co. 31, Warner Robins 21

Gainesville 61, Kell 42

Whitewater 34, Glynn Academy 27

Allatoona 20, M.L. King 19



Tucker at Northside, Warner Robins

Stephenson at Ware Co.

Gainesville at Harris Co.

Allatoona at Whitewater


Class AAAA

Second round

South Effingham 41, Westover 28

Monroe Area 21, Grady 20

Burke Co. 28, Monroe 6

Sandy Creek 35, Dalton 13

Mary Persons 3, Cairo 0

Ridgeland 41, LaGrange 34

Stockbridge 42, Wayne Co. 21

Marist 43, Carrollton 37



South Effingham at Monroe Area

Burke Co. at Sandy Creek

Mary Persons at Ridgeland

Marist at Stockbridge


Class AAA

Second round

Carver, Columbus 45, Rockmart 16

Buford 13, North Oconee 0

Thomson 35, Johnson, Savannah 19

Cartersville 24, Blessed Trinity 23

Peach Co. 43, Pierce Co. 15

North Hall 13, Morgan Co. 9

Washington Co. 28, Callaway 0

St. Pius 31, Hart Co. 15



Buford at Carver, Columbus

Thomson at Cartersville

Peach Co. at North Hall

Washington Co. at St. Pius


Class AA

Second round

Fitzgerald 52, Vidalia 20

Jefferson 35, Westminster 7

Early Co. 28, Screven Co. 7

GAC 52, Heard Co. 21

Brooks Co. 49, McIntosh Co. Acd. 21

Calhoun 34, Washington-Wilkes 7

Lamar Co. 24, Benedictine 21

Lovett 23, Manchester 0



Fitzgerald at Jefferson

Early Co. at Greater Atlanta Christian

Brooks Co. at Calhoun

Lamar Co. at Lovett


Class A (public)

First round

Lincoln Co. 21, Hancock Central 0

Wilkinson Co. 27, Miller Co. 26

Dooly Co. 19, Turner Co. 8

Seminole Co. 36, Commerce 7

Emanuel Co. Inst. 46, Gordon Lee 12

Trion 31, Irwin Co. 6

Marion Co. 31, Charlton Co. 12

Wilcox Co. 42, Greenville 14



Wilkinson Co. at Lincoln Co.

Dooly Co. at Seminole Co.

Trion at Emanuel Co. Institute

Marion Co. at Wilcox Co.


Class A (private)

First round

Athens Academy 17, Mt. Pisgah 13

Prince Avenue 42, Darlington 21

Landmark Christ. 10, Calvary Day 7

First Presbyterian 49, Brookstone 33

Walker 28, Athens Christian 7

George Walton 38, Aquinas 12

Sav. Christian 35, Holy Innocents' 17

ELCA 42, Our Lady of Mercy 14



Prince Avenue at Athens Academy

First Presbyterian at Landmark

George Walton Academy at Walker

Savannah Christian at ELCA



Class AAA


Deerfield-Windsor 24, Stratford 17

Heritage School 42, Westfield 10



Heritage School at Deerfield-Windsor


Class AA


Valwood 27, John Milledge 24

Westwood 40, Brentwood 28



Westwood at Valwood


Class A


Robert Toombs 14, Th. Jefferson 12

Frederica 39, Dawson Street Chr. 15



Robert Toombs at Frederica

Postseason Awards

All-state nominations wanted

GHSF Daily coordinates the selection of the annual all-state football teams for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. They will be published after the state championship games.


Coaches are encouraged to begin nominating players this week. Nominations should include:




Year in school




Statistics and other supporting information


E-mail nominations to GHSFdaily@bellsouth.net


Seeking all-region teams

GHSF Daily will publish any all-region team that it receives. GHSF Daily encourages those selecting and providing all-region teams to include each player's year in school (i.e., Sr., Jr., So., Fr.). All-region players who are recognized as underclassmen have a better chance of being recruited and getting recognition on preseason all-area or all-state teams in 2013.

All-Region Teams

6-AAAA Div. A

Offensive player of the year: QB Myles Willis, Marist, Sr.

Defensive player of the year: DL David Johnson, Lithonia, Sr.



QB - Noah Thomas, Redan, Sr.

QB - Cordelral Cook, Stone Mountain, Jr.

RB - Desmin Reed, Chamblee, Sr.

RB - Clark Jones Jr., Lithonia, Sr.

RB - Gray King, Marist, Sr.

WR - Cameron White, Lithonia, Sr.

WR - Sammy Johnson, Stone Mountain, Jr.

TE - Desmond Noird, Chamblee, Sr.

TE - Jaquez Johnson, Redan, Jr.

OL - Kamren Mack, Chamblee, Sr.

OL - James Hanley, Chamblee, Sr.

OL - Eric Smith, Columbia, Sr.

OL - Xavier Davis, Lithonia, Sr.

OL - Deonte Davis, Lithonia, Jr.

OL - Sean McVay, Marist, Jr.

OL - Robert Atkins, Redan, Sr.

OL - Coy Reliford, Stone Mountain, Sr.

OL - Tolunte Anderson, Lithonia, Sr.



LB - Khari Rosier, Chamblee, Sr.

LB - Devon Wallace, Lithonia, Jr.

LB - Jason Morris, Marist, Sr.

LB - Michael Toner, Marist, Jr.

LB - Kaleel Hasan, Redan, Sr.

LB - Keishan Health, Redan, Jr.

LB - Soloman Parker, Stone Mountain, Sr.

LB - Harold Peterson, Columbia, Sr.

DB - Frank Turner Jr., Lithonia, Jr.

DB - Nick Carrier, Marist, Sr.

DB - Nick Soloman, Redan, Sr.

DB - Jordan Collier, Stone Mountain, Sr.

DL - Desmin Reed, Chamblee, Sr.

DL - Montrell Reynolds, Lithonia, Sr.

DL - Greg Taboada, Marist, Sr.

DL - Kenneth Brinson, Marist, Jr.

DL - Steven Wallace, Marist, Sr.


Special teams

RET - Quincy Waltford, Chamblee, Sr.

RET - Clark Jones, Lithonia, Jr.

LS - Matt Hill, Marist, Jr.

P - Deion Reid, Redan, Sr.

PK - John Henry Carey, Chamblee, Jr.


6-AAAA Div. B

Offensive player of the year: RB Frank Barthelemy, Washington, Sr.

Defensive player of the year: DL Roc-M Nesbit, Carver, Sr.



QB - Fernanda Tucker, Washington, Sr.

QB - Kivon Taylor, Grady, Sr.

RB - Frank Barthelemy, Washington, Sr.

RB - DeAndre Jackson, South Atlanta, Sr.

RB - Montavious Taylor, Carver, Sr.

WR - Deshawn Benton, Grady, Sr.

WR - Tevish Clark, Carver, Jr.

TE - Darren Dowdell, Grady, Sr.

TE - Chris Gardner, South Atlanta, Sr.

OL - Brandon Bowman, Washington, Sr.

OL - Christian Avery, Washington, So.

OL - D'Anthony Ross, Grady, Sr.

OL - Dontavious Compton, Grady, Sr.

OL - Xavier Walker, Grady, Jr.

OL - Xavier Davis, Carver, Sr.

OL - Delando Crooks, Carver, Sr.

OL - Leonard Badgett, Carver, Sr.

OL - Dequavious Hodges, South Atlanta, Sr.



DL - Jeremy Rogers, Washington, Sr.

DL - Jamal Heard, Grady, Sr.

DL - Dequavious Hodges, South Atlanta, Sr.

DL - Roc-M Nesbitt, Carver, Sr.

DL - Terrell Davis, Banneker

LB - Mark Reeves, Grady, Sr.

LB - Chazz Cooper, Grady, Sr.

LB - Tommy Davis, Therrell, Sr.

LB - Chris Gardner, South Atlanta, Sr.

LB - JeMario Washington, South Atlanta, Sr. 

LB - Quintis Bentley, Carver, Jr.

LB - James Gray, Carver, Sr.

LB - Marcus Albert, Banneker, Sr.

DB - Deshawn Benton, Grady, Sr.

DB - Chris Williams, South Atlanta, Sr. 

DB - Aaron Williams, Carver, So.

DB - Justin Abrams, Banneker, Sr.


Special teams

RET - DeAndre Jackson, South Atlanta, Sr.

LS - Jytez Pledger, Carver, Sr.

P - Omar Skandari, Grady, Sr. 

PK - Nick Caamano, Grady, So. 



Coach of the year: Paul Standard, St. Pius

Offensive player of the year: QB Johnathon McCrary, Cedar Grove, Sr.

Defensive player of the year: DL Bryson Allen-Williams, Cedar Grove, Sr.



QB - Jack Spear, St. Pius, Sr.

RB - Ryan Braswell, St. Pius, Sr.

RB - Deion Sellers, Cedar Grove, Jr.

RB - Casey Bradley, Blessed Trinity, Sr.

WR - Terryon Robinson, Decatur, Sr.

WR - Jamir Hannah, Cedar Grove, Sr.

WR - Michael Minter, McNair, Sr.

WR - Sam Roberts, Blessed Trinity, Sr.

OL - Ryan Witherspoon, Cedar Grove, Sr.

OL - Zach Mitchler, Blessed Trinity, Jr.

OL - David Marsau, St. Pius, Sr.

OL - Phineas Andrews, St. Pius, Sr.

OL - Cristian Euten, Cross Keys, Jr.

PK - Thomas O'Leary, St. Pius, Jr.

SN - Tucker Etheridge, Blessed Trinity, Sr.



DT - Quincy Nieporte, St. Pius, Sr.

DT - Antwuan Jackson, Cedar Grove, Fr.

DT - Myles Kinder, Blessed Trinity, Sr.

DE - Kyle Kitchens, Decatur, Jr.

DE - Ozzie Bunbury, Woodward Academy, Sr.

DE - Nathaniel Maggio, Blessed Trinity, Sr.

LB - Daniel Crochet, St. Pius, Jr.

LB - Jameel Spencer, Woodward Academy, Sr.

LB - Austin Roark, Woodward Academy, Sr.

LB - Chandler Ector, Cedar Grove, Jr.

CB - Andrew Brown, Decatur, Sr.

CB - Michael Sikorski, St. Pius, Sr.

CB - Everett Nicholas, Cedar Grove, Sr.

S - Daletaviou McGhee, Cedar Grove, Sr.

S - Patrick Huff, Cross Keys, Jr.

P - Alex Robinson, Woodward Academy, Sr.

ATH - Jollyce Myrick, Woodward Academy, Jr.


Football recruiting fair to be held at Atlanta Technical College

The 2012 Fall Metro Atlanta College Football Recruiting Fair will be held at Atlanta Technical College on Dec. 4 (8 a.m.-4 p.m.) and Dec. 5 (8 a.m.-noon). Colleges from across the country will be in attendance, looking for football players from the class of 2012 and 2013. Bring copies of your prospect sheet, player highlights, transcripts, and official test scores if applicable. NCAA and NAIA schools, junior colleges and prep schools will be in attendance. There are only 80 slots available for high schools. For more information, go to www.fresports.com or contact coach Ahmand Tinker (atinker@footballrecruitingexpos.com or 706-412-3556) or coach Tim Glanton (timglanton@footballrecruitingexpos.com or 404-429-6220).

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