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August 11, 2014
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Spotlight

Maxwell projections for Class AAAAAA

For the past four seasons, GHSF Daily has called on the Maxwell Ratings to provide objective, computerized rankings of Georgia's team, regions and schedules. 

 

Below, the Maxwell Ratings project the finish and record (overall and region) for Class AAAAAA. They also include each team's ranking within the classification, strength of schedule and the number of times each team would win the region out of 1,000,000 trails. 

 

The computer model does not take into account personnel and coaching changes from season to season. Rather, it analyzes historical scores and trends. The computer model is more confident in a program that is consistent than one that had an unusually good, or poor, season in 2013.

 

For more on the Maxwell Ratings, check the following links on AJC.com:

 

*Maxwell predicts the AAAAAA standings (detailed look).

*Maxwell predicts the AAAAAA playoffs (with bracket).  

 

Region 1-AAAAAA

 

Team

 

Rank

 

Rating

 

SOS

Overall

Record

Region

Record

 

First

Camden Co.

4

88.44

66.25

8.44-1.56

3.69-1.31

456,759

Colquitt Co.

3

89.19

68.2

8.42-1.58

3.82-1.18

337,701

Lowndes

8

82.98

63.52

7.81-2.19

3.08-1.92

137,558

Valdosta

15

77.51

67.76

6.57-3.43

2.46-2.54

64,181

Tift County

31

66.48

61.12

5.70-4.30

1.33-3.67

3,377

Lee County

38

58.78

59.9

4.88-5.12

0.61-4.39

424

 

Region 2-AAAAAA

 

Team

 

Rank

 

Rating

 

SOS

Overall

Record

Region

Record

 

First

Lovejoy

7

83.32

58.27

8.29-1.71

4.41-0.59

509,737

Tucker

9

81.96

51.82

8.14-1.86

4.32-0.68

467,374

Newton

44

55.58

55.6

5.01-4.99

2.37-2.63

18,824

Alcovy

50

51.53

56.78

4.19-5.81

2.13-2.87

3,144

Rockdale Co.

58

43.82

57.85

3.26-6.74

1.42-3.58

918

Lakeside-Atl.

61

29.26

50.12

1.91-8.09

0.34-4.66

3

 

Region 3-AAAAAA

 

Team

 

Rank

 

Rating

 

SOS

Overall

Record

Region

Record

 

First

Hughes

21

74.53

60.74

7.56-2.44

5.87-1.13

533,074

Newnan

30

66.96

64.01

5.51-4.49

4.86-2.14

271,623

East Coweta

32

65.01

58.1

6.44-3.56

4.62-2.38

129,521

Westlake

42

57.5

56.61

5.22-4.78

3.36-3.64

33,933

South Cobb

41

57.75

60.94

4.39-5.61

3.43-3.57

26,251

Douglas Co.

52

50.02

55.34

3.92-6.08

2.18-4.82

3,171

Campbell

53

49.28

51.05

4.71-5.29

2.04-4.96

1,994

Pebblebrook

56

46.39

54.77

3.39-6.61

1.65-5.35

433

 

Region 4-AAAAAA

 

Team

 

Rank

 

Rating

 

SOS

Overall

Record

Region

Record

 

First

McEachern

6

84.12

76.6

6.39-3.61

4.65-1.35

440,389

Hillgrove

10

81.26

72.56

6.63-3.37

4.35-1.65

224,647

North Cobb

14

77.69

71.3

6.16-3.84

3.89-2.11

180,583

Marietta

19

74.86

69.65

6.04-3.96

3.39-2.61

125,603

North Paulding

28

68.01

68.56

4.89-5.11

2.55-3.45

24,309

Harrison

33

61.54

64.26

4.55-5.45

1.82-4.18

4,469

Kenn. Mtn.

59

43.44

61.86

2.60-7.40

0.34-5.66

-

*Osborne

62

27.23

37.1

3.42-5.58

-

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*Osborne is not playing a region schedule

 

Region 5-AAAAAA

 

Team

 

Rank

 

Rating

 

SOS

Overall

Record

Region

Record

 

First

Lassiter

17

76.16

65.3

7.12-2.88

6.23-1.77

390,758

Walton

18

75.96

64.12

7.40-2.60

6.18-1.83

376,298

Milton

26

70.55

66.52

5.75-4.25

5.27-2.73

132,095

Etowah

29

67.4

62.91

5.88-4.12

4.72-3.29

79,992

Woodstock

35

60.33

59.54

5.16-4.84

3.41-4.59

7,644

Wheeler

39

58.6

62.69

4.11-5.89

3.07-4.93

7,300

Roswell

40

58.51

64.64

3.85-6.15

3.09-4.91

4,346

Cherokee

45

55.46

63.09

3.37-6.63

2.51-5.49

1,507

Pope

54

48.9

64.08

1.99-8.01

1.53-6.47

60

 

Region 6-AAAAAA

 

Team

 

Rank

 

Rating

 

SOS

Overall

Record

Region

Record

 

First

Alpharetta

22

73.43

54.86

8.22-1.78

7.58-1.42

487,270

West Forsyth

24

71.3

55.53

7.70-2.30

7.36-1.64

396,978

Lambert

36

60.13

53.35

6.32-3.68

5.45-3.55

50,916

Chattahoochee

37

59.86

54.45

6.08-3.92

5.41-3.59

36,269

North Forsyth

46

55.21

54.76

5.08-4.92

4.63-4.38

14,084

South Forsyth

47

53.9

53.46

5.09-4.91

4.36-4.65

10,617

Centennial

49

51.87

55.85

4.20-5.80

3.92-5.08

3,119

Johns Creek

55

48.22

56.56

3.40-6.60

3.24-5.76

652

Northview

57

44.78

56.04

2.90-7.10

2.62-6.38

95

Habersham

63

24.84

54.98

0.73-9.27

0.44-8.56

-

 

Region 7-AAAAAA

 

Team

 

Rank

 

Rating

 

SOS

Overall

Record

Region

Record

 

First

Norcross

1

96.86

71.96

8.68-1.32

5.99-1.01

481,333

North Gwinnett

2

93.63

74.56

8.09-1.91

5.74-1.26

401,463

Mill Creek

11

80.16

74.05

5.89-4.11

4.21-2.79

50,854

Collins Hill

5

84.24

69.32

7.13-2.87

4.68-2.32

49,175

Peach. Ridge

13

78.67

74.04

5.68-4.32

4.08-2.92

17,166

Duluth

48

52.78

64.59

3.85-6.15

1.87-5.13

9

Mountain View

60

42.86

69.77

2.11-7.89

1.27-5.73

-

Meadowcreek

64

20.09

65.47

1.00-9.00

0.16-6.85

-

 

Region 8-AAAAAA

 

Team

 

Rank

 

Rating

 

SOS

Overall

Record

Region

Record

 

First

Grayson

12

79.7

69

7.24-2.76

6.05-1.95

403,686

Archer

16

77.35

70.71

6.33-3.67

5.63-2.37

254,352

Brookwood

20

74.58

71.16

5.66-4.34

5.14-2.86

146,629

Dacula

23

72.24

70.78

5.28-4.72

4.75-3.25

91,123

S. Gwinnett

25

70.97

70.67

5.04-4.96

4.48-3.52

66,599

Parkview

27

68.47

67.05

5.25-4.75

4.05-3.96

34,519

Cent. Gwinnett

34

60.93

69.52

3.41-6.59

2.66-5.34

2,568

Shiloh

43

56.88

69.68

2.48-7.52

1.99-6.01

454

Berkmar

51

51.38

71.01

1.59-8.41

1.26-6.74

70

Preseason All-State Teams

Class A

Offense

QB - Aaron Winchester, Mount Pisgah Christian, Sr.

RB - Ruben Garnett, Aquinas, Sr.

RB - Tra Minter, Schley County, Sr.

WR - Nathan Waller, St. Francis, Sr.

WR - Emoni Williams, Mount Paran Christian, Sr.

TE - Sam Dobbs, Landmark Christian, Sr.

OL - Levi Cribb, Charlton County, Sr.

OL - Zac Frost, Johnson County, Sr.

OL - Cam Morgan, Irwin County, Sr.

OL - Chris Rehak, Pacelli, Sr.

OL - Saquan Reese, Jenkins County, Sr.

ATH - Robert Heyward, Calvary Day, Sr.

PK - Colton Lichtenberg, Savannah Country Day, Sr.

 

Defense

DL - Shingi Chigwere, Mount Pisgah Christian, Sr.

DL - Michael Dasher, Charlton County, Jr.

DL - Chauncey Manac, Clinch County, Jr.

DL - Tyrone Riley, Calvary Day, Sr.

LB - Nick Dawson, Eagle's Landing Christian, Sr.

LB - Gary McCrae, Randolph-Clay, Sr.

LB - Nick Sbravati, Mount Paran Christian, Sr.

LB - Dakota Sloan, Hawkinsville, Sr.

DB - Octavis Johnson, Clinch County, Sr.

DB - Demetris Robertson, Savannah Country Day, Jr.

DB - Lorenzo Smothers, Marion County, Jr.

DB - Jakyron Young, Irwin County, Sr.

P - Justin Thompson, Aquinas, Sr.

New Coaches

Class A

GHSF Daily is chronicling the many coaching changes in the offseason. We conclude today with Class A.

 

Number of hires: 14

Best hire: Buddy Nobles

Hardest to replace: Larry Campbell

Best job: Lincoln County

Toughest job: Towns County

Most interesting:

 The retirement of Lincoln County's Larry Campbell was the biggest story, but the most surprising occurred in late June, when Athens Academy's Michael Gunn resigned suddenly. Only three Georgia head coaches in any classification had been on the job longer at one school than Gunn when he decided to step down. 

 

 

Region 1

*Miller County hired Mary Persons offensive coordinator Jeremy Rayburn to replace Frank Killingsworth. Rayburn has been on Mary Persons' staff since 2007 and also coached at Franklin County (2005-06), Thomasville (2002-04) and Pickens (2001). He is a former Thomasville player. Killingsworth was 51-30 in seven seasons. He now is an assistant at Early County.

 

Region 2

*Irwin County hired Coffee assistant Buddy Nobles to replace Jon Lindsey, who left to become head coach at Cook. Nobles followed Coffee head coach Robby Pruitt from Fitzgerald in 2012 and had been on Pruitt's staff at University Christian and Union County in Florida, where the two were part of several state championship teams. Nobles was head coach for five seasons at Union County, leading the team to a Class 2B state championship game in 2003.

 

Region 3

*Claxton promoted defensive coordinator Rodrick Williams, an alumnus, to replace Patrick Hendrix, who resigned and left to pursue non-coaching opportunities. Williams has coached at Claxton since finishing a Master's degree at Armstrong Atlantic State in 2001.

 

*Jenkins County hired Charley Waters to replace Ashley Harden, who was 7-13 in two seasons. Waters was Jenkins County's interim coach in 2011 when Chris Mason became ill and was unable to begin the season. Waters remained at Jenkins County when Harden was hired. Harden led Jenkins County to a 6-4 finish in his second season, the best for the school since 1999, but fell to 1-9 last year.

 

*Portal hired Southeast Bulloch assistant Jon Willoughby to replace David NeSmith, who became offensive coordinator at Bradwell Institute. This will be the 20th season of coaching for the well-traveled Willoughby, whose stops include Wayne County (1996), Dublin (1997-99), Burke County (1999), Montgomery County (2000), Wheeler County (2001-04), Effingham County (2005-09), Long County (2010) and Southeast Bulloch (2011-13). Portal was 10-19-1 in three seasons under NeSmith.

 

Region 4

*Schley County hired Americus-Sumter offensive coordinator Mark Daniel to replace Josh Kemp, who returned to Chattahoochee County as head coach. Daniel has been a head coach at Fitzgerald (1994-95), Screven County (1999-2005) and Wayne County (2008-09). He won a state title at Screven in 2002. Kemp was 4-16 in two seasons.

 

Region 5

*Strong Rock Christian promoted Tommy Webb to replace Mark Miller. Webb was head coach at Riverdale, Jonesboro and Fayette County before joining Strong Rock's staff in 2011. Miller, who was 9-21 in three seasons, is now head coach at Canterbury School in Fort Myers, Fla.

 

Region 6

*Walker hired Lovett running backs coach Matt Casper to replace John East, who left to become athletics director at Christian Academy in Knoxville. Casper came to Lovett in 2007 and had coached two seasons at Savannah Country Day. He also was a graduate assistant at Ithaca, where he had been an option quarterback. Walker was 15-6 in East's two seasons.

 

Region 7

*Lincoln County promoted defensive coordinator Kevin Banks to replace Larry Campbell, who retired after 42 seasons during which he won a state-record 477 games. Banks had been on Campbell's staff for 19 seasons, including state championships in 1995, 2005 and 2006. Banks also assumed Campbell's position as athletics director.

 

*Mount de Sales promoted Keith Hatcher to replace Robert Slocum, who remained as athletics director after 20 seasons as head coach during which he won a GISA championship in 1996, when Hatcher was a player. Hatcher returned to his alma mater in 2013. He had coached at Valdosta State, Murray State and Georgia Southern. He is a cousin of Murray State head coach Chris Hatcher.

 

*Twiggs County hired Dexter Copeland, its coach from 2001 to 2009, to replace Jeb Stewart, who was 5-15 in two seasons. Copeland was 73-32 at Twiggs, a program that wasn't used to winning, but he left in 2010 to become head coach at Baldwin, where he was 28-17 overall, but 3-7 in 2013. Stewart returned to Wilkinson County, where he will be the offensive coordinator.

 

Region 8

*Athens Academy named 19-year assistant coach Don Chuboff the interim head coach after Michael Gunn resigned in June. Gunn was 194-72-1 in 23 seasons and is not coaching this fall. 

 

*Athens Christian promoted offensive coordinator Chris Williams to replace Steve Brooks, who resigned. Athens Christian was 11-21 in three seasons under Brooks, the former Clarke Central head coach whose job partly was to groom a successor. Williams is a former Athens Christian quarterback.

 

*Towns County promoted offensive coordinator Billy Barnhart, who had been on the job only two months when head coach Blair Harrison took a job at St. Martin's Episcopal in Louisiana. Barnhart was head coach at Whitwell in Tennessee the past three seasons. His teams were 7-23 overall, but 5-5 in 2013.

List

Still on the job: A

Class A has more head coaches who have been at their schools for at least 10 years than any other classification. There are 13. That's despite the retirements of Lincoln County's Larry Campbell and Athens Academy's Michael Gunn in the offseason.

 

25 - Rich McWhorter, Charlton County

21 - Don Williams, George Walton Academy

19 - James Hagins, Wilkinson County

17 - John Williams, Calhoun County

16 - Vincent Huff, Terrell County

15 - Greg Moore, First Presbyterian

14 - Mark Ledford, Wilcox County

13 - Chris Kelley, Glascock County

11 - Jim Dickerson, Clinch County

11 - Britt Ingle, Treutlen

11 - Chris Kirksey, Taylor County

10 - Scott Blackmon, Stewart County

10 - Donald Chumley, Savannah Christian

Four Questions Presented By Georgia Farm Bureau

GHSF Daily asked Georgia head coaches to answer these four questions. We'll report from a different head coach each day.

 

Gary Hughes, East Jackson

1. Who is/was the most influential person in your coaching career? "The most influential person, other than my father, was Coach Tom Freeman. He was a Gulfport, Miss., guy, and he was so sincere and so transparent and spoke with conviction and power even though he was a little guy - about 130 pounds. No one ever doubted for a second his passion for doing things the right way. His sincerity has had a lasting and profound effect some 40 years later."

 

2. Who is the best Georgia player you ever faced? "Hutson Mason was one of the very best. In a playoff game at Lassiter in 2010, he hung 62 on us after we were up 14-0. Just a great display of confidence in himself and in his team."

 

3. What is the best team you ever faced as a coach? "The Grayson team of 2011. Robert Nkemdiche and the other guys they had were so talented and could hurt you in every phase of the game. They were well-coached, strong and aggressive. We were a final eight team ourselves that year [at Dacula], and when we played them in the regular season, they were nearly flawless in their execution. They were a dominating team."

 

4. If you were Gary Phillips, the new head of the GHSA, what would be the first rule that you would try to change? "The sideline rule is the one I'd like to go away. I coach with emotion and I'm all over the place. There are some interpretations from crews that are not the same as the next and that becomes frustrating. I know the point of the rule and I understand it. Just don't like it."

 

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In This Issue
Spotlight: Maxwell projections for Class AAAAAA
Preseason All-State Teams: Class A
New Class A Coaches
List: Longest-tenured coaches in Class A
Four Questions Presented By Georgia Farm Bureau: East Jackson coach Gary Hughes
Trivia: Former Georgia high school players in the Pro Football Hall of Fame
Scrimmages

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Trivia

Ray Guy, who led Thomson to state championships in 1967 and 1968, recently became the seventh former Georgia high school player to be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton. Who were the first six? (Answer Tuesday)

 

Answer to Friday's question: The three Georgia head coaches have won state championships as Georgia players and head coaches are Olten Downs (2000 Shaw, 2013 Creekside), Hal Lamb (1981 Commerce, 2011 Calhoun) and Eric Parker (1983 Mitchell-Baker, 2011 Burke County).

Scrimmages

Here is a schedule of reported scrimmage games, compiled primarily by super fan Steve Slay. If you notice errors or omissions, please report them to ghsfdaily@bellsouth.net.

 

Tuesday

Gor. Lee vs. Boyd-Buchanan, Tenn.

Heritage, Conyers at Brookwood

 

Thursday

Bainbridge vs. Cairo

Bremen at Central, Carrollton

Bryan Co. at Savannah Country Day

Calvary Day at Benedictine

Colquitt Co. at Coffee

Griffin at East Coweta

Jefferson at West Hall

McIntosh at Whitewater

New Hampstead vs. Jenkins

N. Cobb Christian at Whitefield Acad.

Northview at Peachtree Ridge

Ridgeland vs. Signal Mountain, Tenn.

Rutland at Warner Robins

Spalding at Lamar Co.

Taylor Co. at Crawford Co.

 

Friday

Adairsville at Cass

Alcovy at Jackson

Allatoona at Harrison

Americus-Sumter at Marion Co.

Arabia Mtn. at Carver, Atlanta (L)

Athens Christian at Morgan Co.

B.E.S.T. Academy at Chapel Hill

Bacon Co. at Atkinson Co.

Banks Co. at Lakeview Academy

Banneker at Shiloh

Bowdon at Mount Zion, Carroll

Bradwell Institute at Toombs Co.

Brooks Co. at Cook

Brunswick at Wayne Co.

Buford at South Gwinnett

Butler at Jefferson Co.

Cedar Grove at Pebblebrook

Cedar Shoals at Oconee Co.

Centennial at Milton

Chamblee at Berkmar

Chattahoochee at Duluth

Chattahoochee Co. at Stratford Acd.

Chattooga at Trion

Cherokee at Creekview

Christian Heritage at North Murray

Clarkston at Towers

Claxton at Long Co.

Clinch Co. at Brantley Co.

Columbia at Stockbridge

Commerce at Franklin Co.

Coosa at Gordon Central

Cross Keys vs. Loganville Christian

Dacula at Lanier

Dooly Co. at Crisp Co.

Douglas Co. at Lithia Springs

Druid Hills vs. Lakeside, Atlanta (A)

Dublin at Washington Co.

Dunwoody at North Springs

Eagle's Landing at Woodland-Stock.

ELCA at Prince Avenue Christian

East Jackson at Johnson, Gainesville

East Laurens at Wheeler Co.

Effingham Co. at Screven Co.

Emanuel Co. Institute at Vidalia

First Presby. at Central, Macon (H)

Fitzgerald at Hawkinsville

Forest Park at Therrell

Forsyth Central at North Forsyth

Gainesville at White Co.

Georgia Military at Putnam Co.

Gilmer at North Hall

Glascock Co. vs. Treutlen

Glenn Hills at Elbert Co.

Glynn Acad. vs. McIntosh Co. Ac.

GAC at Woodward Academy

Greenville at Callaway

Groves vs. Beach

Grovetown at Warren Co.

Hancock Central at Portal

Hardaway at Brookstone

Harris Co. at Manchester

Heard Co. at Alexander

Henry Co. at Luella

Hiram at McEachern

Holy Innocents' at Mt. Pisgah Christ.

Houston Co. at Perry

Howard at Mount de Sales

Irwin Co. at Bleckley Co.

Islands vs. Windsor Forest (SM)

Jackson Co. at Athens Academy

Jeff Davis at Telfair Co.

Jenkins Co. at Harlem

Jonesboro at Clarke Central

Jordan at Pacelli

Kennesaw Mountain at Pope

LaFayette at Lakeview-Fort Ogle.

LaGrange at Newnan

Lakeside-Evans at Lincoln Co.

Lambert at Grayson

Landmark Christian at Walker

Laney at Burke Co.

Lanier Co. at Berrien

Lassiter at North Cobb

Lee Co. at Monroe-Albany

Lithonia at Salem

Lovett at North Atlanta

Lumpkin Co. at Cambridge

M.L. King at Alpharetta

Madison Co. at Oglethorpe Co.

McIntosh Co. Acad. at Glynn Acad.

Metter at Tattnall Co.

Mill Creek at Archer

Miller Co. at Turner Co.

Model at Pepperell

Monroe Area at Apalachee

Montgomery Co. at Tattnall Square

Monticello at Greene Co.

Morrow at Fayette Co.

Mount Paran Christian at Darlington

Mt. Vernon at Fellowship Christian

Mt. Zion, Jones. vs. N. Clayton (T)

Mountain View at Flowery Branch

Newton vs. Eastside (SH)

North Gwinnett at Hughes

North Paulding at Sprayberry

Ola at Hampton

Osborne at South Cobb

Our Lady of Mercy at Decatur

Pace Acad. at Providence Christian

Parkview at Collins Hill

Peach Co. at Northside, W. Robins

Pierce Co. at Charlton Co.

Rabun Co. at Franklin, N.C.

Richmond Academy at Hephzibah

Richmond Hill at Camden Co.

River Ridge at Pickens

Riverdale at Dutchtown

Riverside Military at Armuchee

Rockmart at Paulding Co.

Rome at Calhoun

Roswell at John's Creek

Savannah Christian at King's Ridge

Schley Co. at Wilcox Co.

Sequoyah at Woodstock

Shaw at Macon Co.

Social Circle at Hebron Christian

South Atlanta at Fannin Co.

South Effingham at Liberty Co.

South Paulding at Hillgrove

Southwest at Mary Persons

St. Francis at Temple

St. Pius at North Oconee

Starr's Mill at Pike Co.

Stephens Co. at Habersham Central

Stone Mountain vs. McNair (PV)

Strong Rock at Locust Grove

Swainsboro at Johnson Co.

Terrell Co. at Early Co.

Thomasville at Mitchell Co.

Thomson at Evans

Treutlen at Glascock Co.

Tri-Cities at Mundy's Mill (TO)

Troup at Upson-Lee

Tucker vs. Stephenson (HS)

Union Co. at Sonoraville

Union Grove at Central Gwinnett

Valdosta at Ware Co.

Villa Rica at Sandy Creek

Walnut Grove at George Walton Acd.

Washington at Creekside

Washington-Wilkes at Hart Co.

Wesleyan at Pinecrest Academy

West Forsyth at Carrollton

West Laurens at Dodge Co.

Westminster at Dawson Co.

Westover at Stewart Co.

Westside, Augusta at Greenbrier

Westside, Macon vs. Northeast (TH)

Wilkinson Co. at Baldwin

Winder-Barrow at South Forsyth

Woodland, Cartersville at Cartersville

Worth Co. at Tift Co.

 

Saturday

Heritage, Ringgold at Coahulla Creek

Lovejoy vs. Drew (TO)

Mays at Grady (G)

SW DeKalb at Carver, Col. (CM)

 

Aug. 21

East Hall at Chestatee

Eastside at Westminster

Heritage, Ringgold at Murray Co.

Spencer at Russell Co., Ala.

 

Aug. 22

Albany at Seminole Co.

Appling Co. at Jeff Davis

Bacon Co. at Cairo

Bremen vs. Ranburne, Ala.

Chapel Hill at Westlake

Cross Keys at Meadowcreek

Greenville at Heard Co.

Jones County at Locust Grove

Loganville at Walnut Grove

Marist at Blessed Trinity

North Forsyth at Hart Co.

North Hall at Dawson Co.

Northeast at Dooly Co.

Northgate at Veterans

Northside, Columbus at Taylor Co.

Pelham at Bainbridge

Tattnall Square at Schley Co.

Toombs Co. at Emanuel Co. Institute

Towns Co. at Hayesville, N.C.

Twiggs Co. at Chattahoochee Co.

Wheeler Co. at Southeast Bulloch

Wind. Forest vs. Johnson, Sav.(SM)

 

Stadium key:

(A) Adams; (CM) Columbus Memorial; (G) Grady; (H) Henderson; (HS) Hallford; (L) Lakewood; (PV) Panthersville; (SH) Sharp; (SM) Savannah Memorial; (T) Tara; (TH) Thompson; (TO) Twelve Oaks

 

New Coach App from MaxPreps

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About Us
GHSFD logoGeorgia High School Football Daily is a free e-mail newsletter produced
and owned by Todd Holcomb and Chip Saye. Holcomb is a former lead high school football writer for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and co-founder of the Georgia High School Football Historians Association. Saye is a 30-year veteran of the newspaper industry who has covered high school sports for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Athens Banner-Herald, Anderson (S.C.) Independent-Mail and Gwinnett Daily News.
 

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