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August 19, 2014
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Alabama-bound DB heads to Savannah Christian

Demetris Robertson, a preseason all-state defensive back for Savannah Country Day, has transferred to Savannah Christian. Robertson has committed to Alabama. Robertson led SCD last season in tackles with 90 at free safety and had 36 receptions for 556 yards and rushed for 178 yards. He also was 3-for-3 passing for 131 yards. "A special player," Savannah Country Day coach Dennis Coyle said.

 

Robertson might have to sit out a year but will apply for eligibility under the GHSA's hardship waiver. According to the Savannah Morning News, Robertson and his family have moved closer to Savannah Christian's campus, but they already lived in the service area of both private schools. That does not constitute a bona fide move, per GHSA rules.

 

"It was a family-based decision," Robertson told Dennis Knight of the Morning News. "My brother [guardian Carlos Robertson] works at Groves as a teacher, so we moved from the Southside to Garden City so he would be closer to his job. It's still up in the air if I will be able to play, and we're praying to God about that, but whatever happens, happens."

 

Preseason No. 1 teams are good hitters

Preseason rankings have a pretty good batting average - .311 to be exact - of predicting state champions. That is, 67 of 215 teams that were ranked No. 1 in preseason by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution since 1971 have won state titles. Buford and Valdosta have been ranked No. 1 in preseason the most, each with 11. Buford has gone on to win the title eight of those times. Valdosta is 5-for-11. Washington-Wilkes is 0-for-5 and without a plate appearance since 2001. Ranked No. 1 in preseason for the first time are McEachern, Creekside, Greater Atlanta Christian and Aquinas. Washington County is 2-for-3 -- winning the title after starting No. 1 in 1994 and 1997 and failing in 2005. Only twice in history has there been more than two preseason No. 1 teams to win state titles. Those were 2001 (Parkview, Statesboro, Buford) and 2006 (Peach County, Charlton County, Lincoln County). Remember that from 1972 to 1999, there were only four classifications.

 

Some nerve picking McEachern, GAC

McEachern and Greater Atlanta Christian are facing perhaps longer odds of winning a state title from the No. 1 preseason position than most. They have never been ranked No. 1 in preseason, and they have no state championships in their past. The only school with that history (or lack thereof) to win a state title in the past 18 years was Shaw in 2000. Here is a list of teams that were ranked No. 1 in preseason for the first time and won state titles for the first time - Bainbridge (1982), Buford (1978), Elbert County (1995), Greenville (1980), Johnson County (1979), Lowndes (1980), Mitchell-Baker (1983), Palmetto (1982), Shaw (2000), Southeast Bulloch (1972), Trion (1975) and Washington County (1994). Whoever was doing the rankings from 1972 to 1983 had a better crystal ball that the one in use today. Johnson County in 1979 had Herschel Walker, so that didn't take a genius, but the Bainbridge pick was the work of a time traveler. The Bearcats were 5-5 the season before and hadn't made the playoffs in 16 years.

 

Adoptive family opens doors for North Oconee star

Kawon Bryant, the Super 11 running back from North Oconee, was adopted at age 10 by a former youth-league coach, Frank Gray, while Bryant lived in Morgan County. Some have wondered if Bryant was rescued from an abusive situation. The answer is no, according to North Oconee head coach Terry Tuley. Bryant's mother has several children. "It was not a mother giving up on a child, but a mother who was overwhelmed and saw she could give her child a better future by letting him live with someone else," Tuley said. "They're still in touch, and his mother comes to the games. The family that adopted him opened doors that may have never opened and a chance at a college education. That goes deeper than talent. He's now in a situation where he's in a family that can target improving his educational skills. He started way behind." Gray's family moved to Oconee County before middle school. Bryant is the leading returning rusher in Georgia this season. He ran for 2,555 yards as a junior.

 

Tift County punter is more than meets the eye

Tift County has an all-state candidate at punter, Mason Gann, who kicks with a physical disability that few noticed while he averaged 39.2 yards per kick in 2013 and was first-team All-Tiftarea and second-team all-Region 1-AAAAAA. Gann's right foot is about 1.5 inches smaller than his left, and he can't point his toes like most punters. His right leg also is a little shorter than his left. Gann has worked hard to craft his own punting technique that works for him. Gann was born with a right clubfoot. He had surgery when he was 7 months old to help correct it and was in a cast for almost the first year of his life. According to Gann's father, Todd, there has been only one coach, Grant Cain at Mercer, who has actually picked up on Gann's disability. Cain was impressed when he saw Gann have several punts of more than 60 yards at his camp. Gann is also a good student. He's in the top five percent of his class was recognized as a Georgia Certificate of Merit Scholar.

 

Stanley honors former teammate Turman

Creekside wide receiver Jayson Stanley, an AJC Super 11 pick, honored former teammate DeAntre Turman on Saturday when he committed to Georgia on the one-year anniversary of Turman's death. Turman, a college prospect at cornerback, died from injuries suffered in a preseason scrimmage. Creekside dedicated its season to Turman and won its first state championship. Creekside coach Olten Downs rarely has spoken publicly about Turman's death but was asked about Turman's impact on the 2013 team and any advice that he might have for players and coaches at Douglas County, which suffered a tragedy this preseason when Zyrees Oliver died, apparently from over-hydration after a practice. "The hardest thing is that empty feeling when you look on the field and know who should be out there," Downs said. "There are constant reminders all the time. We try to remember the good things that Tre Tre would do. We'd always say, 'Do it for Deuce.' We make sure we're playing at a high level that resembles and respects him."

 

Most common destinations for Super 11 players   
Jayson Stanley was the fourth member of the 2014 Super 11 to commit to Georgia. The others are Terry Godwin of Callaway, Chauncey Rivers of Stephenson and Trent Thompson of Westover. Georgia has signed more Super 11 players than any other school, or about 35 percent of them. Here are the schools with the most Super 11 signees since 1985, when the Atlanta Journal-Constitution first began recognizing the preseason team.  

 

119 - Georgia

28 - Georgia Tech

26 - Auburn

19 - Tennessee

16 - Clemson

16 - Florida State

12 - Alabama

8 - Florida

8 - South Carolina

6 - Stanford

5 - Michigan

5 - Notre Dame

5 - Ole Miss

 

Chestatee at center of church-state debate

The Washington-based American Humanist Association is threatening to sue Hall County schools over allegations that football coaches at Chestatee are promoting Christianity by leading team prayers and integrating Bible verses in team literature and banners. "When a teacher or coach leads or participates in prayer with students, the prayers become sponsored by the school," said Monica Miller, an attorney with the Appignani Humanist Legal Center. "The cases make clear that public schools must not even give the appearance of taking a position on religious belief, yet in this program we see ongoing Biblical verses and references to religion. This evidences a complete disregard for the First Amendment rights of all students." Rep. Doug Collins (R-Ga.), who represents Gainesville and most of northeast Georgia, defended the school. "The liberal atheist interest groups trying to bully Chestatee High School kids say they have a reason to believe that expressions of religious freedom are 'not an isolated event' in northeast Georgia," Collins, a former Baptist preacher, said in a statement. "They're right. In Hall County and throughout Georgia's 9th district, we understand and respect the Constitution and cherish our right to worship in our own way." Gordon Higgins, spokesperson for the school system, said the matter would be investigated and that a response would be forthcoming.

 

Report: Georgia relatively restrictive on transfers

Georgia has one of the more restrictive policies on transfer student-athletes, according to the Indianapolis Star, which researched the rules from the 51 high school associations around the country. That would come as a surprise to Georgians who have seen about a dozen major college recruits change schools in each of the past several seasons. Da'Rick Rogers of Darlington/Calhoun and Caleb King of Parkview/Greater Atlanta Christian are among the more prominent in recent seasons. In 2013, running back C.J. Leggett of North Gwinnett and quarterback A.J. Bush were critical pieces in their teams run to the Class AAAAAA final. This season, Hapeville Charter's Arden Key, Tucker's Delvin Weems and most recently Savannah Christian's Demetris Robertson are blue-chip recruits who have changed schools. The GHSA requires that a high school student who transfers into a new school without a change of address may not compete at the varsity level for one calendar year. GHSF Daily reported in 2012 that there were more than 6,000 eligible transfer students for the 2011-12 academic season. Not all of those were football players, of course. The Indianapolis newspaper considers Florida and Arkansas the most lenient states for transfers in the South. In Florida, all players are eligible if individual school districts approve and deem the move to have been for educational and not athletic purposes.

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Movin' on up

Reclassification conspired to move up several state contenders. Here are 14 that made the final Top 10 in 2013 but will be playing in a higher classification in 2014. Each will play one class higher except Carver (Columbus), which will move up two classes to AAAAA.

 

Class AAAAA

2. Tucker (14-1)

6. North Paulding (11-2)

 

Class AAAA

8. Stockbridge (10-2)

9. Statesboro (10-2)

10. Alexander (8-5)

 

Class AAA

1. Buford (15-0)

4. Carver, Columbus (11-2)

6. Woodward Academy (9-3)

7. St. Pius (9-4)

8. Cartersville (11-1)

 

Class AA

5. Calhoun (11-2)

7. Jefferson (10-3)

10. Laney (10-3)

 

Class A

9. Seminole County (11-1)

Trivia

Gary Phillips this summer became only the fifth executive director of the GHSA. He is the third who is a former Georgia high school head football coach. Sam Burke coached at Greensboro and Albany in the 1920s and 1930s, and Tommy Guillebeau was head coach at Tift County and Ware County in the 1950s and 1960s. Which schools did Phillips coach? (Answer Wednesday)

 

Answer to Monday's question: The 2013 state champions that began the season unranked were Griffin (AAAA), Aquinas (A private) and Marion County (A public).

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.

 

Hal Lamb, Calhoun

1. Who is/was the most influential person in your coaching career? "My dad [Ray Lamb, retired Hall of Fame coach for Warren County and Commerce] was the most influential person in my career. He taught me a lot about the game, but more importantly, he taught me how to treat people, including his coaches, players, parents and community."

 

2. Who is the best Georgia player you ever faced? "Struggling with that one. Too many good ones." GHSF Daily replied that former Jefferson QB Bryant Shirreffs was pretty good in the 2012 state final, to which Lamb replied, "Yes, he was." Shirreffs passed for 171 yards, rushed for 139 and scored three touchdowns in Jefferson's 34-14 victory.

 

3. What is the best team you ever faced as a coach? "Probably the Buford team of 2008. Very talented and very well-coached. Tough combination to deal with."

 

4. If you were Gary Phillips, the new head of the GHSA, what would be the first rule that you would try to change? "Getting a little more control of summer activities across the board."

 

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In This Issue
Random Stuff: Alabama-bound DB heads to Savannah Christian
List: Top 10 teams from 2013 that will play in a higher classification this year
Trivia: Schools at which GHSA executive director Gary Phillips coached
Four Questions Presented By Georgia Farm Bureau: Calhoun coach Hal Lamb
Region Standings: Class AAAAA

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Regular season

Thursday

Central, Carrollton at Bowdon (WG)

Jenkins at Savannah Christian (GC)

 

Friday

Amer.-Sumter at Smiths Station, Ala.

Aquinas at Glenn Hills

Athens Academy at Glascock Co.

Baconton at Central, Talbotton

Beach at Savannah (SS)

Benedictine at Greater Atl. Christian

Berkmar at Newton

Brantley Co. at Atkinson Co.

Brooks Co. at Ware Co.

Brunswick at McIntosh Co. Academy

Bryan Co. at Metter

Calhoun Co. at Clinch Co.

Cherokee at Chattahoochee

Clarkston at Dunwoody (ND)

Coahulla Creek at Southeast Whitfield

Collins Hill at Dacula

Columbus at Jordan (K)

Creekview at North Paulding (MC)

Dalton at Scottsboro, Ala.

Darlington at Murphy, N.C.

Dodge Co. at Bleckley Co.

Douglas Co. at New Manchester

Early Co. at Irwin Co.

East Paulding at Allatoona

Effingham Co. at Liberty Co.

Etowah at Marietta

Fellowship Christian at Armuchee

Fitzgerald at Worth Co.

Gordon Lee at Trion

Greenbrier at Harlem

Hebron Christian at East Jackson

Henry Co. at Tift Co.

Holy Innocents' at Cambridge

Howard at Lamar Co.

Jefferson Co. at Thomson

Johnson, Gainesville at Madison Co.

LaGrange at Callaway

Lakeside, Evans at N. Augusta, S.C.

Laney at Dublin

Lanier Co. at Randolph-Clay

Lassiter at Hillgrove

Lincoln Co. at McCormick, S.C.

Lumpkin Co. at Model

McIntosh at Fayette Co.

Miller Grove at Towers (AV)

Montgomery Co. at Jenkins Co.

Mount Vernon at Crawford Co.

Mt. Zion, Carroll at Temple

New Hampstead at Calvary Day

North Cobb at Northside, W.R.

Osborne at Dutchtown

Pace Academy at Lovett

Pope at Harrison

Rabun Co. at Jefferson

Redan at Lakeside, Atlanta (A)

Ridgeland at Adairsville

Riverwood at Coosa

Rockdale Co. at Heritage, Conyers

Roswell at Lowndes

Sandy Creek at Archer (MC)

Sav. Country Day at Episcopal, Fla.

Shaw at Luella

South Atlanta at Campbell

South Cobb at Creekside

South Forsyth at Mountain View

South Gwinnett at Walton

Southwest DeKalb at Columbia (PV)

Sprayberry at South Paulding

Stephenson at Arabia Mountain (HS)

Stewart Co. at Kendrick (CM)

Stockbridge at Central, Ala.

Strong Rock at Athens Christian

Terrell Co. at Turner Co.

Vidalia at Swainsboro

Villa Rica at Rome

Warren Co. at Putnam Co.

Wayne Co. at Glynn Academy

Wesleyan at Walker

West Laurens at Thomasville

Westside, Augusta at Evans

Wheeler at Duluth

Woodland, Stock. at North Springs

Woodstock at River Ridge

 

Saturday

Burke Co. at Statesboro (GS)

Carrollton at Kell (MC)

Carver, Atlanta at Carver, Col. (TC)

Hardaway at Tri-Cities

Landmark at Christian Heritage (CM)

Lincoln, Fla. at Camden Co.

Mays at Hughes (TC)

Mill Creek at Colquitt Co. (MC)

Mount Paran Christian at ELCA (CM)

Mt. Pisgah Christ. at Brookstone (CM)

North Gwinnett at McEachern (MC)

North Oconee at Coffee (GS)

Perry at Monroe (M)

Ringgold at Northwest Whitfield

St. Johns, S.C. at Screven Co.

Trinity Christian, Fla. at Buford

Tucker at Norcross (MC)

Valdosta at Brookwood (MC)

Washington at Grady (G)

Westover at Lee Co.

 

Scrimmages

Thursday

East Hall at Chestatee

Eastside at Westminster

Heritage, Ringgold at Murray Co.

Spencer at Russell Co., Ala.

 

Friday

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

Douglas Co. at New Manchester

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

Portal at East Laurens

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 abbreviations:

(A) Adams; (AV) Avondale; (B) Barron; (CM) Columbus Memorial; (G) Grady; (GC) Garden City; (GS) Georgia Southern; (HS) Hallford; (K) Kinnett; (M) Mills; (MC) McEachern High School; (ND) North DeKalb; (PV) Panthersville; (SM) Savannah Memorial; (SS) Savannah State; (TC) Tri-Cities High School; (WG) West Georgia

 
Region Standings: Class AAAAA

Region 1-AAAAA

Team

Reg.

All

This week*

Next week*

Carver (Columbus)

0-0

0-0

vs. Carver, Atl. (Sat., TC)

vs. Spencer (CM)

Columbus

0-0

0-0

at Jordan (K)

Does not play

Hardaway

0-0

0-0

at Tri-Cities (Sat.)

at Chattahoochee Co.

Harris County

0-0

0-0

Does not play

vs. Central, Ph. City, Ala.

LaGrange

0-0

0-0

at Callaway (C)

vs. Troup (C)

Northside (Col.)

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Kendrick (Thu., K)

Shaw

0-0

0-0

at Luella

at Northgate

 

Region 2-AAAAA

Team

Reg.

All

This week

Next week

Cross Creek

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Hephzibah

Evans

0-0

0-0

vs. Westside, Augusta

Does not play

Greenbrier

0-0

0-0

At Harlem

Does not play

Grovetown

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Harlem

Houston County

0-0

0-0

Does not play

vs. Veterans (Thu., MT)

Jones County

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Morgan Co.

Lakeside (Evans)

0-0

0-0

at North Augusta, S.C.

Does not play

Northside (W.R.)

0-0

0-0

vs. North Cobb (MT)

Does not play

Richmond Academy

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Westside, Augusta

Warner Robins

0-0

0-0

Does not play

vs. Peach Co. (MT)

 

Region 3-AAAAA

Team

Reg.

All

This week

Next week

Bradwell Institute

0-0

0-0

Does not play

vs. Libert Co.

Brunswick

0-0

0-0

at McIntosh Co.

at Glynn Academy (GL)

Coffee

0-0

0-0

vs. N. Oconee (Sat., GS)

vs. Savannah

Effingham County

0-0

0-0

at Liberty Co.

vs. Bluffton, S.C.

Glynn Academy

0-0

0-0

vs. Wayne Co. (GL)

vs. Brunswick (GL)

Richmond Hill

0-0

0-0

Does not play

Does not play

South Effingham

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Jenkins (Sat., SM)

Statesboro

0-0

0-0

vs. Burke Co. (Sat., GS)

Does not play

Ware County

0-0

0-0

vs. Brooks Co.

at Manatee, Fla. (LH)

 

Region 4-AAAAA

Division A

Team

Reg.

All

This week

Next week

Drew

0-0

0-0

Does not play

vs. Fayette (Thu., SC)

Forest Park

0-0

0-0

Does not play

vs. Spalding (Thu., T)

McIntosh

0-0

0-0

at Fayette Co.

vs. Luella

Morrow

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Mt. Zion, Jones. (T)

Mundy's Mill

0-0

0-0

Does not play

vs. Lovejoy (TO)

Northgate

0-0

0-0

Does not play

vs. Shaw

Starr's Mill

0-0

0-0

Does not play

vs. Whitewater

Division B

Team

Reg.

All

This week

Next week

Dutchtown

0-0

0-0

vs. Osborne

at Camden Co.

Luella

0-0

0-0

vs. Shaw

at McIntosh

Ola

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Locust Grove

Stockbridge

0-0

0-0

at Central, Ala.

at ELCA

Union Grove

0-0

0-0

Does not play

vs. Eagle's Landing

Woodland (Stock.)

0-0

0-0

at North Springs

vs. Apalachee

 

Region 5-AAAAA

Team

Reg.

All

This week

Next week

Alexander

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Douglas Co.

Allatoona

0-0

0-0

vs. East Paulding

at Villa Rica

Chapel Hill

0-0

0-0

Does not play

vs. Cambridge

East Paulding

0-0

0-0

at Allatoona

vs. North Paulding

Hiram

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Cedartown

Lithia Springs

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Landmark Christian

New Manchester

0-0

0-0

vs. Douglas Co.

Does not play

Paulding County

0-0

0-0

Does not play

vs. Pepperell

South Paulding

0-0

0-0

vs. Sprayberry

Does not play

Villa Rica

0-0

0-0

at Rome (B)

vs. Allatoona

 

Region 6-AAAAA

Division A

Team

Reg.

All

This week

Next week

Druid Hills

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Chamblee (ND)

Dunwoody

0-0

0-0

vs. Clarkston (ND)

Does not play

M.L. King

0-0

0-0

Does not play

Norland, Fl. (Sat., HS)

Miller Grove

0-0

0-0

At Towers (AV)

vs. Pebblebrook (PV)

Southwest DeKalb

0-0

0-0

at Columbia (PV)

vs. Cedar Grove (PV)

Stephenson

0-0

0-0

vs. Arabia Mountain (HS)

Central, Fla. (Sat., HS)

Clarkston

 

0-0

at Dunwoody (ND)

vs. Lithonia (AV)

Division B

Team

Reg.

All

This week

Next week

Banneker

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Westlake

Carver (Atlanta)

0-0

0-0

at Carver, Col. (Sat., TC)

at Washington (Sat., L)

Creekside

0-0

0-0

vs. South Cobb

at Hughes

Mays

0-0

0-0

at Hughes (Sat., TC)

vs. Glenn Hills (L)

Tri-Cities

0-0

0-0

vs. Hardaway (Sat.)

Does not play

 

Region 7-AAAAA

Division A

Team

Reg.

All

This week

Next week

Cass

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Cartersville

Creekview

0-0

0-0

at North Paulding (MC)

Does not play

Dalton

0-0

0-0

at Scottsboro, Ala.

vs. Calhoun

River Ridge

0-0

0-0

vs. Woodstock

Does not play

Rome

0-0

0-0

vs. Villa Rica (B)

Does not play

Sequoyah

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Etowah

Woodland (Carters.)

0-0

0-0

Does not play

vs. Adairsville

Division B

Team

Reg.

All

This week

Next week

Cambridge

0-0

0-0

vs. Holy Innocents'

at Chapel Hill

Forsyth Central

0-0

0-0

Does not play

vs. Dawson Co.

Kell

0-0

0-0

vs. Carrollton (Sat., MC)

at Lassiter

North Atlanta

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at KIPP Atlanta (TC)

North Springs

0-0

0-0

vs. Woodland, Stock.

at Pinecrest Academy

Riverwood

0-0

0-0

at Coosa

vs. Holy Innocents'

Sprayberry

0-0

0-0

at South Paulding

at Kennesaw Mountain

 

Region 8-AAAAA

Team

Reg.

All

This week

Next week

Apalachee

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Woodland, Stock.

Cedar Shoals

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Elbert Co.

Clarke Central

0-0

0-0

Does not play

vs. Hart Co.

Flowery Branch

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Chestatee

Gainesville

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Grayson

Heritage (Conyers)

0-0

0-0

vs. Rockdale Co.

Does not play

Lanier

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Lambert

Loganville

0-0

0-0

Does not play

vs. Monroe Area

Salem

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Rockdale Co.

Winder-Barrow

0-0

0-0

Does not play

vs. Jefferson

 

*All games are Friday unless noted.

Stadium key: AV - Avondale; B - Barron; C - Callaway; CM - Columbus Memorial; GL - Glynn County; GS - Georgia Southern; HS - Hallford; K - Kinnett; L - Lakewood; LH - Lowndes High School; MC - McEachern High School; MT - McConnell-Talbert; ND - North DeKalb; PV - Panthersville; SC - Southern Crescent; SM - Savannah Memorial; T - Tara; TC - Tri-Cities High School; TO - Twelve Oaks

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