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December 13, 2012
By Calvin Scandrett of Lamar County Trojans

Championship Game Previews


Lovejoy vs. Norcross

When, where: 8:30 p.m. Saturday, Georgia Dome, Atlanta

Records, rankings: Lovejoy is 13-1, the No. 1 seed from Region 2-AAAAAA and ranked No. 7; Norcross is 14-0, the No. 1 seed from 7-AAAAAA and ranked No. 3.

Last meeting: This is the teams' first meeting.

Three things to know: 1. Both teams have 2,000-yard rushers and 2,000-yard passes. Lovejoy's Travis Custis has rushed for 2,058 yards with 35 touchdowns, and Alejandro Bennefield has passed for 2,395 yards with 28 touchdowns and five interceptions. Norcross' Alvin Kamara has rushed for 2,210 with 25 touchdowns, and Joseph Wilbur has passed for 2,347 yards with 27 touchdowns and five interceptions. 2. Lovejoy's defense is led by nose tackle Nathaniel Norwood, who has 16.5 sacks. Norcross' defense is led by Lorenzo Carter, who has 18 sacks. 3. Lovejoy's Al Hughes and Norcross' Keith Maloof are in their 17th seasons as head coaches. Neither they nor their schools have won a state title.

Maxwell Ratings' projection: Norcross by 9



Ware County vs. Gainesville

When, where: 8:30 p.m. Friday, Georgia Dome, Atlanta

Records, rankings: Ware County is 13-1, the No. 1 seed from Region 3-AAAAA and ranked No. 6; Gainesville is 11-3, the No. 2 seed from 8-AAAAA and unranked.

Last meeting: This is the teams' first meeting.

Three things to know: 1. Ware County RB/LB Xavier Tobler (1,648 yards and 27 touchdowns rushing, 112 total tackles) was the Region 3-AAAAA co-player of the year. DL Jimal McBride (136 tackles, six sacks, 25 tackles for loss) was the region's defensive co-player of the year and led a unit that has allowed just 8.6 points per game, the best in Class AAAAA. 2. Gainesville QB Deshaun Watson has passed for 3,707 yards and 47 touchdowns with eight interceptions and rushed for 1,356 yards and 22 TDs. The receivers are led by Rodney Lackey with 64 catches for 938 yards and 14 TDs, but five other players (Caleb Hayman, Tray Harrison, Michael Byrd, Jay Gaudlock and Lahius Leverette) have at least 30 catches, 310 yards and four touchdowns. 3. Neither school has ever won a GHSA state title. Waycross High, which merged with Ware County in 1994, won four titles from 1960 to 1981, including the 1960 Class AA championship when it beat Gainesville 49-0 in the final.

Maxwell Ratings' projection: Gainesville by 1



Sandy Creek vs. Ridgeland

When, where: 5:30 p.m. Saturday, Georgia Dome, Atlanta

Records, rankings: Sandy Creek is 14-0, the No. 1 seed from Region 5-AAAA and ranked No. 1; Ridgeland is 13-1, the No. 1 seed from 7-AAAA and ranked No. 9.

Last meeting: This is the teams' first meeting.

Three things to know: 1. Ridgeland WB/DB Vonn Bell has 1,666 yards rushing and receiving and scored 21 touchdowns. RB Darrell Bridges has rushed for 2,301 yards and scored 39 touchdowns. A former quarterback, Bridges has thrown four TD passes, including two in the semifinals against Marist. OL/DL Gannon Hampton has graded out at 94 percent for the season as a blocker and made 26 tackles for losses on defense. 2. Sandy Creek has a 2,000-yard passer (Cole Garvin), two 1,000-yard rushers (sophomores Eric Swinney and Delvin Weems), a 1,000-yard receiver (Demarre Kitt), an SEC-bound lineman (Alan Knott to South Carolina) and an SEC-bound defensive back (Shaquille Wiggins to Georgia). 3. Ridgeland, which opened in 1989, is seeking its first state title, although its hometown of Rossville was a state power decades ago and won championships in 1954, 1955 and 1962. Sandy Creek, opened in 1992, is seeking its third state title in four seasons, an accomplishment achieved by only 13 schools.

Maxwell Ratings' projection: Sandy Creek by 10



Buford vs. St. Pius

When, where: 5:30 p.m. Friday, Georgia Dome, Atlanta

Records, rankings: Buford is 11-3, the No. 2 seed from Region 7-AAA and ranked No. 3; St. Pius is 12-2, the No. 1 seed from 6-AAA and ranked No. 7.

Last meeting: St. Pius won 27-7 in the 1985 regular season.

Three things to know: 1. Buford has a 1,000-yard rusher in Dontravious Wilson (1,137 yards, 14 TDs) and two quarterbacks (Taylor Mitchell, Montgomery VanGorder) with at least 750 yards passing, but the Wolves make their name on defense. They have allowed just 7.5 points, 97.1 yards rushing and 77.9 yards passing per game this season. Korie Rogers has 54 solo tackles, seven sacks and four interceptions. 2. St. Pius' run-based offense is directed by QB Jack Spear, who has rushed for 811 yards and five touchdowns on 135 carries and passed for 757 yards and eight TDs. The leading rushers among the backs are Ryan Braswell, who has 258 carries for 1,531 yards and 30 touchdowns, Branden Mitchell (92-829-7) and Nick Ruffin (59-479-4). 3. Buford is appearing in the championship game for a record sixth consecutive year and 11th time in 13 seasons, seeking its eighth state title during that stretch and ninth overall. St. Pius is playing in its third championship game. The Golden Lions lost to West Rome in 1965 and beat Gainesville in 1968 for their only state title.

Maxwell Ratings' projection: Buford by 10



Jefferson vs. Calhoun

When, where: 2:30 p.m. Saturday, Georgia Dome, Atlanta

Records, rankings: Jefferson is 13-1, the No. 1 seed from Region 8-AA and ranked No. 7; Calhoun is 14-0, the No. 1 seed from 7-AA and ranked No. 1.

Last meeting: Calhoun won 39-6 in the first round of the 2011 Class AA playoffs.

Three things to know: 1. Calhoun QB Taylor Lamb was held to a career-low 64 yards passing in the semifinals against Lamar County, but RB Alex Urbano compensated with a 160-yard rushing effort. Lamb has thrown for 3,228 yards on the season, while Urbano has 1,279 yards rushing. WR Josh Barnes has 1,009 yards receiving. 2. Jefferson QB Bryant Shirreffs has passed for 2,181 yards, rushed for 1,233 and had a hand in 35 touchdowns. Three Jefferson backs average better than a rushing touchdown every 10 carries in Shirreffs (18 TDs, 154 carries), Tristen Jackson (117 carries, 603 yards, 16 TDs) and Sammy Williams (127-867-13). The key defender is LB Wesley Simonton, who has 26 tackles for losses. 3. Calhoun is looking to become the eighth school in history to complete back-to-back 15-0 seasons. Jefferson is trying to win its first state title and must get through an old enemy to do it. Calhoun head coach Hal Lamb is an alumnus of Commerce, Jefferson's arch rival in Jackson County for more than 60 years.

Maxwell Ratings' projection: Calhoun by 14


A (public)

Dooly County vs. Emanuel County Institute

When, where: 11:30 a.m. Saturday, Georgia Dome, Atlanta

Records, rankings: Dooly County is 11-2, the No. 5 seed and unranked; Emanuel County Institute is 12-1, the No. 3 seed and ranked No. 2.

Last meeting: Emanuel County Institute won 35-0 in the second round of the 2007 Class A playoffs.

Three things to know: 1. RB Gregory Purcell has rushed for more than 100 yards in five of his last six games and has 1,028 yards on the season, but ECI's leading rusher lately has been RB James Brown. He has run for 165, 176 and 113 in three playoff games and has 993 yards on the season. The top defender is LB Taiwan Daughtry, who has 113 tackles, 16 for losses. 2. Dooly County DL Montravius Adams, the top defensive tackle prospect in the country according to some, had two sacks and 12 quarterback hurries in a 10-7 victory over Lincoln County in the semifinals. Dooly's leading rusher is sophomore Chanin Hamilton with 1,358 yards. QB A.J. Smith has thrown for 1,970 yards. 3. Dooly County opened in 1981 with the consolidation of Vienna and Unadilla high schools. Dooly has played in two state title games (1983, 2002) but never won. ECI has been fielding football teams since 1920, according to the Georgia High School Football Historians Association, and claimed a state title as early as 1923. The 2007 state title is the only officially recognized state championship.

Maxwell Ratings' projection: Emanuel County Institute by 14


A (private)

Prince Avenue Christian vs. ELCA

When, where: 2:30 p.m. Friday, Georgia Dome Atlanta

Records, rankings: Prince Avenue Christian is 11-2, the No. 9 seed and unranked; Eagle's Landing Christian is 12-1, the No. 2 seed and ranked No. 1.

Last meeting: This is the teams' first meeting.

Three things to know: 1. Prince Avenue Christian gets 89.7 percent of its offense from its running game, which averages 325.8 yards and is led by a pair of 1,000-yard rushers. Carl Mattox has 1,644 yards and 22 touchdowns on 155 carries, and Bryce Huff has 1,101 yards and 13 TDs on 137 carries. Christian Payne leads the defense with 117 total tackles and three blocked kicks. 2. Eagle's Landing Christian is led by RB/LB Keyante Green. The Region 5-A player of the year has rushed for 1,203 yards and 17 touchdowns on 103 carries and has 58 tackles, including 11 for losses. QB Dalton Etheridge is 87-of-129 passing for 1,275 yards and 11 touchdowns and has rushed for 724 yards and 18 TDs. 3. Neither team has won a GHSA state title. Eagle's Landing Christian won a Georgia Independent School Association championship in 1996 but is making its first appearance in the finals since joining the GHSA in 2004. Prince Avenue Christian began playing football in 2005 and is in the final for the first time.

Maxwell Ratings' projection: Eagle's Landing Christian by 11


The all-region team for 5-A was mislabeled in Wednesday's edition. All players listed were first-team picks. There was no second team or honorable mention. ... Lovejoy RB Travis Custis rushed for 292 yards in the semifinals against North Cobb. His yardage was reported incorrectly because of a typo in Wednesday's POY Watch. ... We reported Wednesday that QB Deshaun Watson was committed to Gainesville. While that is true, it was our intention to report that he was committed to Clemson University.

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In This Issue
Championship Game Previews
On The Web: Live finals coverage
List: Teams that are winless in two or more finals
Trivia: Three 2,000-yard rushers in the finals
Championship Game Schedule
In The News: Former NFL LB Slade named Pace Academy coach
All-Region Teams: 2-AAAAA, 3-A East and 4-A
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Winless in finals

Thirteen Georgia schools have played in at least two state championship games without winning one. Four of them will be addressing their nagging history this weekend in championship games at the Georgia Dome. They are Gainesville, Dooly County, Jefferson and Ware County.










Early County






Dooly County

Gordon Lee


North Clayton

Ware County



There are three 2,000-yard rushers in the state finals. Who are they, and who is the state's leading rusher? (Answer Friday)


Answer to Wednesday's question: The schools with the most consecutive losses in state championship games are Marist (1948, 1979, 1980, 1983, 1984, 1987), Washington-Wilkes (1985, 1986, 1988, 1995, 2000, 2005) and Gainesville (1960, 1968, 1969, 1972, 1982, 2009).

Championship Games

(All games at

the Georgia Dome)



Lovejoy (13-1) vs. Norcross (14-0), 8:30 p.m. Saturday



Ware County (13-1) vs. Gainesville (11-3), 8:30 p.m., Friday


Class AAAA

Sandy Creek (14-0) vs. Ridgeland (13-1), 5:30 p.m. Saturday


Class AAA

Buford (11-3) vs. St. Pius (12-2), 5:30 p.m. Friday


Class AA

Jefferson (13-1) vs. Calhoun (14-0), 2:30 p.m. Saturday


Class A (public)

Dooly County (11-2) vs. ECI (12-1), 11:30 a.m. Saturday


Class A (private)

Prince Avenue Christian (11-2) vs. ELCA (12-1), 2:30 p.m. Friday

In The News

Former NFL LB Slade named

coach at Pace

Pace Academy hired former NFL linebacker Chris Slade as its head coach on Wednesday.


Slade, an assistant coach at Pace this past season, replaces Matt Hall, who will remain as Upper School dean of students and head baseball coach. Hall started Pace's football program in 2006.


Slade played nine seasons in the NFL and made the Pro Bowl in 1997 with the New England Patriots. He was an All-America player at Virginia and set the ACC's career record for sacks. After his NFL career, Slade worked as a sideline reporter on Virginia football broadcasts.


Pace was 3-7 this season and is 23-28 overall in its five varsity seasons.

All-Region Teams


Offensive player of the year: WR Keshun Hill, Northside, Sr.

Defensive player of the year: DL Austin Roberts, Northside, Sr.

Coach of the year: Kevin Kinsler, Northside


First-team offense

QB - Glenn Smith, Northside, Jr.

RB - Undre Williams Jr., Jones County, Sr.

RB - Danny Hite, Warner Robins, So.

WR - Jonathan Edwards, Lakeside, Jr.

WR - Myles White, Houston County, Sr.

WR - DeAnthony Mack, Warner Robins, Sr.

OL - Jackson Williamson, Jones County, Sr.

OL - Brian Cornish, Warner Robins, Sr.

OL - Jermaine Abron, Warner Robins, Jr.

OL - Taylor Lay, Northside, Sr.

OL - Colby Knighton, Northside, Sr.

TE - Jared Johnson, Jones County, Sr.

P - Jacob Rizner, Evans, Sr.

K - Isaac Rivera, Northside, Jr.

ATH - Juwan Biggers, Grovetown, Sr.


First-team defense

DL - Xavier Etheridge, Warner Robins, Sr.

DL - A.J. Banks, Northside, Jr.

DL - Anfernee Chatfield, Northside, Sr.

DL - Doug West, Jones County, Sr.

LB - Trey Payne, Northside, Sr.

LB - Kyle Priser, Warner Robins, Sr.

LB - Javeon Brigham, Lakeside, Sr.

LB - Alec Leeseberg, Lakeside, Sr.

DB - Rodney Levine, Northside, Sr.

DB - Darius Holmes, Northside, Jr.

DB - Rod Harris, Warner Robins, Sr.

DB - Rashad Roundtree, Lakeside, So.


Second-team offense

QB - Taylor Boyette, Houston County, Jr.

RB - Curtis Martin, Northside, Sr.

RB - Walker Juhan, Jones County, So.

WR - Clint Hardy, Greenbrier, Sr.

WR - McTier Mosely, Lakeside, Sr.

WR - Jacob Rizner, Evans, Sr.

OL - Brandon Dagley, Houston County, Sr.

OL - Jamario Thompkins, Greenbrier, Sr.

OL - Brock Harrell, Warner Robins, Sr.

OL - Lee Bellmer, Lakeside, Sr.

OL - Ty Allen, Northside, Jr.

TE - Marqualis Kitchens, Northside, Sr.

P - Hunter McBride, Grovetown, Sr.

K - Matt Monday, Warner Robins, Jr.

ATH - Jabari Nelson, Evans, Sr.


Second-team defense

DL - Caleb Turner, Grovetown, Sr.

DL - Kendal White, Lakeside, Jr.

DL - Kevin Moore, Houston County, Sr.

DL - Jamal Thompkin, Greenbrier, Sr.

LB - Daryl Vining, Houston County, Sr.

LB - Thomas Brown, Northside, Jr.

LB - Jacob Jamerson, Warner Robins, Jr.

LB - Cameron King, Greenbrier, Sr.

DB - David Mims, Evans, Jr.

DB - Trevor Burns, Greenbrier, Sr.

DB - Jojo Gibbons, Jones County, Jr.

DB - Tyler Head, Houston County, Sr.


3-A East

Player of the year: QB Jake Clemens, Calvary Day, Sr.

Offensive player of the year: QB Zavondric Shingleton, Jenkins County, Sr.

Athlete of the year: RB/DB Jalen Myrick, Savannah Christian, Sr.

Defensive player of the year: LB Luke Stroud, Calvary Day, Sr.


First-team offense

QB - Heyes McMath, Savannah Country Day, Sr.

RB - Ivan Reese, Savannah Christian, Sr.

RB - Zachaeus Grant, Claxton, So.

OL - Michael Burke, Savannah Christian, Sr.

OL - Tyrell Brown, Jenkins County, Sr.

OL - Donnie Foster, Savannah Christian, Jr.

OL - Justin James, Calvary Day, Sr.

OL - Hunter Sherwood, Calvary Day, Sr.

WR - Ben Johnson, Savannah Country Day, Jr.

WR - Donnie Gay, Jenkins County, Sr.

WR - Khaliq Hughes, Calvary Day, Jr.

WR - Ryan Jennings, Calvary Day, Sr.

TE - Milan Richard, Calvary Day, Jr.

PK - Harley Lichtenberg, Savannah Country Day, Sr.


First-team defense

DL - Andre Wilson, Calvary Day, Jr.

DL - Omani Marshall, Savannah Christian, Sr.

DL - Chandler Bennett, Calvary Day, Sr.

DL - Brandon Brewton, Claxton, Sr.

DL - Micah Culbreth, Calvary Day, Sr.

DL - Corey Reese, Portal, Sr.

LB - Scott Brannen, Savannah Christian, Sr.

LB - Derek Kirkland, Calvary Day, Jr.

LB - Tyquan Williams, Claxton, Jr.

LB - Landon Walls, Savannah Country Day, Sr.

DB - Jamaine Torrence, Jenkins County, Sr.

DB - Ahmad Johnson, Savannah Christian, Jr.

DB - Reagan Jones, Calvary Day, Sr.

DB - Cornelius Taylor, Claxton, So.

DB - A.J. Keene, Calvary Day, So.

P - Tomarco Taylor, Claxton, Sr.


Second-team offense

QB - Ira Hendrix, Jenkins County, Jr.

RB - Trey Hines, Claxton, Sr.

RB - Robert Heyward, Calvary Day , So.

OL - Deontay Mincey, Claxton, So.

OL - Darien Jones, Claxton, Jr.

OL - Trip Pearson, Calvary Day, Jr.

OL - Brad Butler, Calvary Day, Jr.

OL - Byron Saxson, Savannah Christian, Jr.

WR - Jordan Walker, Calvary Day, Jr.

WR - Marquis Wells, Portal, Jr.

WR - Martese Parris, Jenkins County, So.

WR - Demetris Robertson , Savannah Country Day, Fr.

TE - Dezmond Moran, Jenkins County, Sr.

PK - Diego Hernandez, Jenkins County, Jr.


Second-team defense

DL - Eddie Sims, Jenkins County, Jr.

DL - J.T. Mertz, Savannah Christian, So.

DL - Tyler Taylor, Jenkins County, So.

DL - Jameson Mikell, Portal, Jr.

LB - Evan Credeur, Claxton, Jr.

LB - Matt Soss, Calvary Day, Sr.

LB - Tajuan Austin, Jenkins County, Sr.

LB - Tyler Lyles, Jenkins County, Jr.

LB - Wade Benton, Savannah Christian, So.

DB - Lamont Ellison, Jenkins County, Sr.

DB - Stephan Williamson, Calvary Day, Jr.

DB - Tyrone Riley, Calvary Day, So.

DB - Frank Haggins, Jenkins County, Sr.

P - Ben Haeussler, Savannah Christian, Fr.



Player of the year: RB/DB Madison McCluskey, Brookstone, Sr.

Offensive player of the year: Trae Minter, Schley County

Defensive player of the year: DL Montravius Adams, Dooly County, Sr.

Coaches of the year: Jimmy Hughes, Dooly County, and Brad Dehem, Brookstone


First-team offense

QB - Duncan Fletcher, Brookstone, Sr.

RB - Dontaious Grace, Hawkinsville, Jr.

RB - Chanin Hamilton, Dooly County, So.

RB - James Taylor, Marion County, Sr.

WR - Courtney Clark, Dooly County, Jr.

WR - Drew Lingo, Brookstone, Sr.

WR - Vince Fister, Hawkinsville, Sr.

TE - Jay Dawahare, Pacelli, Sr.

OL - Devin Wiggins, Hawkinsville, Jr.

OL - Dexter Mason, Schley County, Sr.

OL - Nick Sargent, Brookstone, Jr.

OL - Larry Glover, Dooly County, Jr.

OL - Mitchell Torbert, Pacelli, Sr.

OL - Kyle Kirby, Marion County, Sr.

K - AJ Wells, Marion County, Jr.


First-team defense

DL - Tevin Acey, Greenville, Sr.

DL - Chance Warnock, Hawkinsville, Sr.

DL - Jalen Daniels, Dooly County, Sr.

DL - DeQuan Daniels, Dooly County, Sr.

DL - DeQueszman Kelley, Marion County, Sr.

LB - Condarius Gates, Greenville, Sr.

LB - Tyler Forrest, Hawkinsville, Sr.

LB - Grant Janke, Brookstone, Sr.

LB - Mark Lloyd, Dooly County, Jr.

LB - Brandon Green, Marion County, Jr.

DB - Miller Page, Brookstone, Jr.

DB - Kereon Morrell, Dooly County, Jr.

DB - Tay Daniels, Dooly County, Jr.

DB - Keon Dixon, Marion County, Sr.


Second-team offense

QB - DeMarquez Mallard, Marion County, Sr.

RB - Jawan Hall, Central, Sr.

RB - Matt Corbin, Schley County, Jr.

RB - Johnny Royal, Marion County, So.

WR - Tim Kennedy, Brookstone, Sr.

WR - Tevin Carter, Central, Sr.

WR - Markese Bridges, Marion County, Sr.

TE - Brandon Thomaston, Schley County, Sr.

OL - Xavier McGhee, Greenville, Sr.

OL - Knox Theus, Schley County, So.

OL - Jamichael Scott, Hawkinsville, Sr.

OL - Terrell Deriso, Dooly County, Jr.

OL - Jake McTaggert, Marion County, Sr.

K - Diego Cruz, Dooly County, Sr.


Second-team defense

DL - Juan Rogers, Schley County, Sr.

DL - Jasean Wiley, Dooly County, Sr.

DL - Ramon Neal, Greenville, Sr.

DL - Royce Owen, Hawkinsville, So.

DL - Jack Norman, Brookstone, Sr.

LB - Warren Singletary, Hawkinsville, So.

LB - Chris Caldwell, Schley County, Fr.

LB - Jackson Mansour, Brookstone, Sr.

LB - Jaleel Brown, Dooly County, Jr.

LB - Terrance Riley, Marion County, Jr.

DB - Luther Lee, Marion County, Sr.

DB - Pig Lundy, Dooly County, Jr.

DB - Luke Dawahare, Pacelli, So.

DB - Jonathan Thompson, Schley County, Sr.

DB - Tyler Porter, Hawkinsville, Sr.

DB - Jamil McKee, Greenville, Sr.

P - Dakota Sloan, Hawkinsville, So.


Please send all-region teams to GHSF Daily at ghsfdaily@bellsouth.net. We recommend that all-region teams include the year in school of each player. 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 that GHSF Daily publishes are those selected by coaches. GHSF Daily does not select all-region teams unless noted. 


South East Georgia Recruiting Fair to be held in Kingsland

Fellowship of Christian Athletes is hosting the 3rd annual South East Georgia Recruiting Fair, which will be held at Camden County High School's Athletic Offices on Tuesday, Dec. 18 from 9 a.m. until 12 p.m. The school is conveniently located off I-95 just 30 minutes north of Jacksonville, FL. NCAA and NAIA schools, and junior colleges will be in attendance. Bring copies of your prospect sheet, player highlights, transcripts, and official test scores if applicable. Space is limited and those showing without an RSVP will be last on the priority list for being accommodated. For more information or to RSVP, contact Toby Crews (tcrews@fca.org or 912-281-9510)


Strength Clinic to be held Jan. 11 at Marietta High

The 6th Annual Georgia Strength Coaches Association Strength Clinic will be held on Jan. 11 at Marietta High School. Registration is $55. A complete listing of speakers, online payment and more information can be found at www.gscaclinic.blogspot.com. You can also contact Jay Floyd at floydrj@troup.org with any questions.


Scholarship nominations sought 


The National Football Foundation Greater Atlanta Chapter is requesting nominations for its 2013 Scholar Athlete Program Scholarship Program. Applications can be found on the web site:
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