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Friday, Sep. 30, 2016

The Leaderboard
Cobb, Doe first to reach rushing milestone
Drew Cobb of Gordon Lee and Brandon Doe of Cook are the state's first 1,000-yard rushers. Jake Fromm of Houston County remains on pace to break the Georgia career record for passing yards by the 10th game and the single-season record by the 11th. Eli Watson of Houston County is on pace to set the state record for receiving yards in a season by the 13th game.
 
Rushing
1,069 - Drew Cobb, Gordon Lee (5)
1,023 - Brandon Doe, Cook (5)
992 - Keyshawn Morgan, Toombs County (5)
922 - Nick Lyles, Chestatee (6)
871 - Calvin Turner, New Hampstead (6)
848 - Tyray Devezin, Etowah (5)
834 - D.J. Atkins, Callaway
769 - Mark Robinson, Lee County (5)
766 - Lyn-J Dixon, Taylor County (4)
750 - Kelias Williams, Thomas County Central (6)
739 - Zion Custis, Lovejoy (6)
727 - Zach Matthews, Lumpkin County (4)
713 - Kyle Cater, Northgate (5)
712 - Malic Bonner, Chattahoochee County (4)
708 - Sabrian Howard, Forsyth Central (4)
704 - Tijai Whatley, Darlington (5)
700 - Kyle Bacus, North Hall (5)
698 - Cole Gilley, Starr's Mill (5)
694 - Larry Brooks, Stone Mountain (5)
690 - Javonne Hughes, Winder-Barrow (5)
684 - Zay Malcome, Westminster (5)
665 - Keelan Crosby, Appling County (4)
664 - Zach Harvey, Mary Persons (5)
663 - Jonquavous Brown, Greenbrier (5)
655 - Michael Thomas, Thomson (4)
655 - Ja'mon Height, Twiggs County (4)
655 - Clayton Dykhouse, Banks County (5)
650 - Colby Wood, Jefferson (5)
649 - Torrence "Yunk" Parker, Wheeler County (5)
648 - Quentin Gates, Carver-Atlanta (5)
639 - Bradley Ector, McIntosh (5)
638 - Tony Mack, Kennesaw Mountain (5)
637 - Kyler McMichael, Greater Atlanta Christian (5)
634 - La'Kel Hood, Elbert County (5)
632 - Tucker Gregg, Murray County (5)
626 - Ahmir Lee, Mount Vernon Presbyterian (5)
624 - Darryl Giles, Loganville (5)
622 - Dee King, Ringgold (5)
617 - Traivon Bass-Black, Windsor Forest (4)
615 - Joe Burke, Jenkins (5)
614 - Naricuss Driver, Spalding (5)
605 - Cameron Jessie, Carver-Columbus (5)
595 - Malik Pierce, Johnson County (5)
594 - Demeterius Davis, Coffee (5)
585 - Santo Dunn, Griffin (5)
584 - Treon Wright, Temple (5)
584 - Elijah Fluker, Villa Rica (5)
577 - Daetrich Harrington, Alexander (4)
577 - Brady Harper, North Murray (5)
572 - Jalyn Shelton, Ridgeland (4)
569 - Noah Venable, Jackson County (5)
569 - Caleb Huntley, Locust Grove (5)
568 - Uriah West, Douglas County (5)
564 - Daymon Thomas, Upson-Lee
563 - Kyler Eldridge, Model (4)
563 - Jared Daniels, Macon County (4)
560 - Aaron Maxwell, Jordan (4)
557 - Jadie Worthing, Wheeler County (5)
555 - Steele Chambers, Blessed Trinity (6)
553 - Kadarius Satterwhite, Newnan (5)
552 - Jadon Walker, Chapel Hill (5)
551 - Jace Jordan, Mount Zion (4)
 
Passing
2,545 - Jake Fromm, Houston County (6)
1,850 - Tylan Morton, Griffin (5)
1,548 - Griffin Collier, Tift County (6)
1,545 - Caylin Newton, Grady (5)
1,492 - Stetson Bennett, Pierce County (5)
1,431 - Trevor Lawrence, Cartersville (5)
1,394 - Ross Malmgren, North Paulding (5)
1,370 - Max Hughes, Coffee (5)
1,348 - Jay Saunders, Colquitt County (6)
1,328 - Harrison Bailey, Marietta (5)
1,328 - Cameron Lewis, Eagle's Landing (5)
1,287 - Caleb Pruitt, Heritage-Conyers (5)
1,274 - Brad Davis, Fannin County (5)
1,272 - K'hari Lane, Macon County (4)
1,271 - Brad Hunnicutt, Jones County (5)
1,266 - Banks Ramsey, Wesleyan (5)
1,257 - Garrett Bass, Woodstock (5)
1,212 - Rhett Gay, Emanuel County Institute (5)
1,150 - Nolan Donley, Cherokee (5)
1,140 - Kiernen Hamilton, West Forsyth (5)
1,133 - Michael Barrett, Lowndes (6)
1,108 - Baron Radcliff, Norcross (5)
1,107 - Storm Yarbrough, Chestatee (6)
1,097 - Myron Middlebrooks, Newton (5)
1,091 - John Seter, Lovejoy (6)
1,090 - Ben Bales, North Forsyth (5)
1,088 - Cole Kibler, Ringgold (5)
1,075 - Joseph Cambridge, Riverdale (5)
1,056 - Isaiah Green, Hughes (5)
1,053 - Jarren Williams, Central Gwinnett (5)
1,044 - Justin Fields, Harrison (5)
1,038 - Corbee Wilson, Heritage-Ringgold (5)
1,035 - Cole Wilbanks, Habersham Central (5)
1,017 - Richie Kenney, Lambert (5)
1,014 - Evan Conley, Pope (5)
1,008 - Davis Shanley, South Forsyth (5)
1,006 - AJ Bell, Charlton County (4)
1,000 - Reid Martin, Cambridge (5)
993 - Daren Lewis, Jordan (4)
982 - Emory Jones, Heard County (6)
980 - Will Lovett, North Cobb (5)
977 - Jalil El-amin, Duluth (4)
974 - Cameron Turley, Mill Creek (5)
965 - Reid Larsen, Woodland-Stockbridge (5)
959 - Luke Shiflett, Northwest Whitfield (5)
952 - Cade Fortin, North Gwinnett (5)
935 - Haydon Moss, Union Grove (5)
929 - Chandler Gantt, Creekview (4)
924 - Chase Owens, Chattahoochee (5)
922 - Matthew Downing, Alpharetta (4)
919 - Montez Crowe, Troup (5)
917 - Octavious Battle, Carver-Atlanta (5)
907 - Ryan Glover, Woodward Academy (5)
906 - Caleb Mitchell, Parkview (4)
900 - Rees Viersen, North Springs (4)
 
Receiving
767 - Eli Watson, Houston County (6)
681 - Ramel Keyton, Marietta (5)
673 - Cooper Earls, Fannin County (5)
658 - Amari Colbert, Houston County (6)
633 - T.J. Smith, Wheeler (5)
594 - Steven Peterson, Harrison (5)
570 - Rashod Bateman, Tift County (6)
561 - Baylee Camp, Chestatee (6)
534 - Harrison Cook, Wesleyan (5)
520 - Simon Holcomb, North Forsyth (5)
520 - Chad Terrell, North Paulding (5)
512 - Tyler Gillis, Lambert (5)
485 - Adeolu Adeleke, Heritage-Conyers (5)
482 - Malik Route, Griffin (5)
476 - Zach Williams, Johns Creek (5)
474 - Aaron Knowles, Cherokee (5)
459 - Austin Atkins, Union Grove (5)
452 - Katerian Legrone, B.E.S.T. Academy (6)
452 - Joseph Ingram, Valdosta (5)
449 - Jay Jones, Northwest Whitfield (5)
448 - Tamorrion Terry, Turner County (5)
441 - Jacquez Sloan, Grady (5)
441 - DeAndre Snead, Jordan (4)
437 - Isaac Kinsey, Chattahoochee (5)
434 - Tyrone Scott, Jenkins (5)
434 - Kerrson Aikens, Griffin (5)
433 - Montrell Washington, Cherokee (5)
427 - Nick Singleton, Jones County (5)
425 - Ravion Hayden, North Springs (4)
423 - Milton Jackson, Coffee (5)
417 - Chase Royer, Pierce County (5)
416 - A.J. Morton, Heritage-Conyers (5)
412 - Raykwon Anderson, Charlton County (4)
410 - Elrico McKenzie, Douglass (4)
407 - Ryan Pontrelli, South Forsyth (5)
405 - Trey Brown, Macon County (4)
405 - Dominick Blaylock, Walton (5)
404 - Rochelle Dinkins, Veterans (6)
404 - Edmond Graham, Mill Creek (5)
396 - Ryan Reid, Fellowship Christian (4)
396 - Cassius Allen, Pelham (5)
395 - Greg White, Riverdale (5)
394 - Xavier Jenkins, Lowndes (6)
391 - Kobe Hudson, Troup (5)
389 - Andre Tarver, Ringgold (5)
386 - Tyler Fromm, Houston County (6)
385 - Christopher Brown, McNair (5)
381 - Brian Mitchell, North Paulding (5)
380 - Sam James, Richmond Hill (4)
379 - Zach Owens, Pope (5)
378 - Jordan Morgan, New Manchester (5)
374 - Fred Lloyd, Tift County (6)
367 - Josh Vann, Tucker (5)
367 - Jaden Moreland, Heard County (6)
363 - Chigoziem Okonkwo, Hillgrove (5)
362 - Noah Frith, Woodstock (5)
360 - Jeremiah Holloman, Newton (5)
List
1Models of consistency
Marist (3-2) must win out this regular season to keep intact one of history's best streaks of consistency. Only 22 schools have managed to limit its regular-season losses to two or fewer for 10 consecutive seasons. Marist's streak stands at 22 years and closing on the record held by Lincoln County.
 
24 - Lincoln County (1975-1998)
22 - Marist (1994-)
18 - Warner Robins (1968-1985)
18 - Charlton County (1994-2011)
18 - Northside-Warner Robins (1998-)
17 - Avondale (1956-1972)
17 - Buford (1999-)
16 - Mary Persons (1966-1981)
15 - Carrollton (1955-1969)
15 - McEachern (1985-1999)
15 - Calhoun (2001-)
14 - Camden County (2000-2013)
13 - Valdosta (1980-1992)
13 - Warner Robins (1988-2000)
12 - Carrollton (1988-1999)
11 - Morgan County (1954-1964)
11 - Dalton (1961-1971)
11 - Westside-Augusta (1976-1986)
10 - Northside-Atlanta (1953-1962)
10 - Commerce (1970-1979)
10 - Marist (1983-1992)
10 - Carver-Columbus. (2006-2015)
 
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Class A Power Ratings
First Presbyterian, McIntosh County lead
Private school First Presbyterian and public school McIntosh County Academy are the leaders in this week's Class A power ratings, released by the Georgia High School Association with the help of MaxPreps.
 
The GHSA holds separate state championships for Class A public and private schools. Each division will hold a 24-team playoff to determine its champion. Teams will be seeded 1-24 based on a points system, with region champions getting the highest seeds. Note that teams playing a non-region schedule are not eligible for the playoffs, and games against those teams are not counted in the rankings.
 
Here are this week's complete rankings:
 
Private
 
 
Public
 
Rank, School
Ranking
 
Rank, School
Ranking
1. First Presbyterian
15.88
 
1. McIntosh Co. Academy
15.50
2. Darlington
15.77
 
2. Twiggs County
14.88
3. Landmark Christian
15.43
 
3. Manchester
14.33
4. Prince Avenue Christian
14.70
 
4. Macon County
14.00
5. Fellowship Christian
14.50
 
5. Warren County
13.69
6. Stratford Academy
14.44
 
6. Clinch County
13.40
7. Pinecrest Academy
14.13
 
7. Randolph-Clay
12.71
8. Mt. Paran Christian
13.83
 
8T. Crawford County
12.67
9. Wesleyan
13.73
 
8T. Lincoln County
12.67
10. Eagle's Landing Christian
13.40
 
10T. Commerce
12.50
11. Athens Academy
13.38
 
10T. Jenkins County
12.50
12. Savannah Christian
13.00
 
10T. Mitchell County
12.50
13T. Calvary Day
12.75
 
10T. Mt. Zion, Carroll
12.50
13T. George Walton
12.75
 
14. Gordon Lee
12.20
15. Savannah Country Day
12.38
 
15. Greene County
11.88
16. Hebron Christian
12.25
 
16. Hawkinsville
11.50
17. Athens Christian
12.13
 
17. Emanuel County Institute
11.40
18. Tattnall Square
11.75
 
18T. Irwin County
11.10
19. Aquinas
11.50
 
18T. Terrell County
11.10
20. Mt. Pisgah Christian
11.00
 
18T. Turner County
11.10
21. Mt. Vernon
10.90
 
21. Johnson County
10.90
22. Mount de Sales
10.75
 
22. Bowdon
10.81
23. Brookstone
10.67
 
23. Taylor County
10.79
24. Holy Innocents'
9.20
 
24. Marion County
10.70
25. Strong Rock Christian
9.17
 
25. Trion
10.60
26. Walker
9.10
 
26T. Miller County
10.50
27. Lakeview Academy
9.00
 
26T. Pelham
10.50
28T. Our Lady of Mercy
8.30
 
28. Towns County
10.30
28T. Riverside Military
8.30
 
29. Wheeler County
10.00
30. Pacelli
8.20
 
30. Dooly County
9.90
31. King's Ridge
8.00
 
31. Hancock Central
9.88
32. Christian Heritage
7.96
 
32. Telfair County
9.63
33. North Cobb Christian
6.10
 
33. Washington-Wilkes
9.29
34. St. Francis
6.00
 
34. Atkinson County
9.10
35. Providence Christian
5.50
 
35. Charlton County
9.00
36. Whitefield Academy
4.71
 
36. Seminole County
8.65
 
 
 
37. Greenville
8.56
 
 
 
38. Wilkinson County
7.88
 
 
 
39T. Montgomery County
7.80
 
 
 
39T. Wilcox County
7.80
 
 
 
41. Chattahoochee County
7.75
 
 
 
42. Calhoun County
7.63
 
 
 
43. Portal
7.50
 
 
 
44. Treutlen
7.50
 
 
 
45. Central, Talbotton
7.38
 
 
 
46. Fulton Leadership
7.25
 
 
 
47. Schley County
7.13
 
 
 
48. Claxton
7.00
 
 
 
49. Stewart County
6.88
 
 
 
50. Lanier County
6.60
 
 
 
51. Baconton
5.17
 
*For the complete GHSA explanation of the points system, click here.
Student-Athlete Of The Week
Hunter Hays, Model
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Hunter Hays, a senior center and nose guard at Model, is the scoutSMART Student-Athlete of the Week. The team captain has a 4.0 GPA and scored a 29 on the ACT. On offense, Hays grades out at 93 and has 12 pancake blocks, and he has seven tackles and a forced fumble on defense. Hays is an FCA Huddle Leader, chaplain of the Future Business Leaders of America, senior class officer and member of the National Honor Society. He spends one class period a day in a kindergarten classroom helping boys and girls learn how to read. According to head coach Gordon Powers, "Hunter Hays has a tremendous passion for helping others. He has a keen sense to spot other students who may be struggling academically, emotionally, and/or socially. I have seen him during lunch sit and talk to students who are by themselves or invite them to sit at his table. He has a 4.0 GPA, high ACT/SAT scores, runs FCA, and is a very good football player."
 
GHSF Daily, in conjunction with scoutSMART, will be announcing a football student-athlete of the week each Friday this season. The ideal candidate will be outstanding on the field and in the classroom. Please send nominations to Diane Bloodworth at
Watch The Games
On TV
Today
*Central (Carrollton) at Cartersville, 7:30 p.m., GPB
*Pickens at Gilmer, 7:30 p.m., ETC 3 (Ellijay)
*Washington-Wilkes at Lincoln County, 7:30 p.m., WJBF Me TV 6.2 (Augusta)
 
On the Web
1NFHS Network
The NFHS Network will present live streaming of the following games this week. To view the games, click here. Note that the times listed are the start of the broadcast and not necessarily the kickoff time, and that more games might be added to the schedule.
Today
*Bacon County at Vidalia, 7 p.m.
*Buford at Clarke Central, 7 p.m.
*Decatur at Riverwood, 7 p.m.
*Grayson at Rockdale County, 7 p.m.
*Luella at Salem, 7 p.m.
*Charlton County at Irwin County, 7:15 p.m.
*Fannin County at Greater Atlanta Christian, 7:20 p.m.
*Benedictine at Bryan County, 7:30 p.m.
*Dade County at Gordon Central, 7:30 p.m.
*Dunwoody at Northview, 7:30 p.m.
*International School (Florida) at Colquitt County, 7:30 p.m.
*Jefferson at Madison County, 7:30 p.m.
*Landmark Christian at Our Lady of Mercy, 7:30 p.m.
*Liberty County at Effingham County, 7:30 p.m.
*Mundy's Mill at Tucker, 7:30 p.m.
*St. Francis at Whitefield Academy, 7:30 p.m.
 
*Eagle's Landing Christian at Wesleyan, 7:15 p.m. today
 
*Pinewood Christian at Frederica Academy (GISA), 7:30 p.m. today
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High School Football Gives Back!
MaxPreps recently launched Touchdowns Against Cancer, a national campaign that unites high school football teams across the country to fight childhood cancer. In partnership with PLEDGE IT and St. Jude Children's Hospital, football fans join the fight by pledging money for every touchdown their team scores between Sept. 15 and Oct. 1. High school football coaches can get started by logging into their team account on MaxPreps. Click here for more information.
Four Questions
1This week, our Four Questions feature has been answered by some of Georgia's best-known retired coaches. We conclude today with Buck Godfrey, who was head coach of Southwest DeKalb for 30 seasons (1983-2012) and compiled a record of 273-89-1. He won more games than any other coach in DeKalb County Schools history. His 1995 team won the Class AAAA championship. In 2014, Godfrey was inducted into the Georgia Athletic Coaches Association Hall of Fame and the Atlanta Sports Hall of Fame.
 
Buck Godfrey
1. What is the most memorable game you've been a part of as a player or coach? "Year 1983. Site North DeKalb Stadium. Opponent Peachtree, which had played Valdosta for the AAAA state title [in 1982]. All starters returned. This same squad led by Todd Rampley had embarrassed SWD at Panthersville the previous year 35-0. Final score 22-20, Southwest. This was the benchmark win for our program. This win laid to rest the notion that on any given night a predominantly white team with white coaches could beat a black team with a black coach who only relied on 'talent.' Our guys were disciplined, well-coached and humble. This set the bar for DeKalb County and Georgia until this day. It really impacted our community with a sense of Panther Pride." [The 1983 SWD team was the first of 12 region champions and six state semifinalists under Godfrey.]
 
2. Which high school coach would you want your son to play for, and why? "My son Colin played for me at SWD. However, he was exposed to so many fine coaches from whom he gleaned character traits. David Talton at Therrell gave him a blueprint of manhood, priorities and humility. Frank Yancey, defensive icon, taught him poise and composure under pressure while facing the likes of [fellow kickers] Chris Gardocki of Redan and John Kasay of Clarke Central in key playoff games. Billy Henderson of Clarke Central imbued mental and physical toughness in contests at Death Valley. Finally, Ray Bonner of Columbia and SWD instilled the importance of laughter, preparation for life and always without the trap of worries."
 
3. What is your pet peeve as a coach or favorite saying/motto? "'More than Victories' was a saying I used because a winner or loser can never be determined by numbers on a scoreboard. There is no better classroom for teaching our children than a football field. What a guy or lady is doing 10, 20, 30 years down the line is the measurement of success."
 
4. Which GHSA policy or high school football rule would you most like to see changed? "Our children are exploited by scouting services, AAU anything, Armed Forces or Under Armour anything, rogue 'little boy' park coaches who bargain with high school coaches, the perception that a child is no serious athlete unless he attends D-I FBS schools, hence scholarship promises to 12-, 13-, 14-year-olds by D-I's. All of these negate the idea of education and the important role of great schools who don't happen to be on TV. Transferring destroys communities and says what a sad state our families have become. Children go to the highest bidder. Shame!"
 
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Region Standings: Class A
Region 1-A
Team
Reg.
All
Last week
This week*
Mitchell County
4-0
5-0
d. Terrell Co. 36-22
vs. Rand.-Clay (Sat., CE)
Randolph-Clay
3-0
4-0
d. Seminole Co. 48-7
at Mitchell Co. (Sat., CE)
Pelham
3-1
4-1
d. Miller Co. 34-18
at Chattahoochee Co.
Miller County
2-2
2-2
l. to Pelham 34-18
at Calhoun Co.
Seminole County
2-2
2-2-1
l. to Randolph-Clay 48-7
Does not play
Terrell County
2-2
2-3
l. to Mitchell Co. 36-22
vs. Baconton
Calhoun County
1-2
1-3
d. Stewart Co. 22-6
vs. Miller Co.
Chattahoochee Co.
1-2
1-3
d. Baconton 32-0
vs. Pelham
Baconton
0-3
1-3
l. to Chatt. Co. 32-0
at Terrell Co.
Stewart County
0-4
1-4
l. to Calhoun Co. 22-6
Does not play
Pataula Charter
 
0-4
l. to Glascock Co. 49-8
at Cross Keys (ND)
 
Region 2-A
Team
Reg.
All
Last week
This week
Clinch County
2-0
4-1
d. Wilcox Co. 48-6
vs. Atkinson Co.
Turner County
2-0
3-2
d. Charlton Co. 39-31
at Lanier Co.
Atkinson County
1-1
2-3
d. Lanier Co. 16-0
at Clinch Co.
Irwin County
1-1
2-3
d. Telfair Co. 52-26
vs. Charlton Co.
Charlton County
1-1
1-3
l. to Turner Co. 39-31
at Irwin Co.
Lanier County
1-1
1-4
l. to Atkinson Co. 16-0
vs. Turner Co.
Telfair County
0-2
1-3
l. to Irwin Co. 52-26
at Wilcox Co.
Wilcox County
0-2
1-4
l. to Clinch Co. 48-6
vs. Telfair Co.
 
Region 3-A
Division A
Team
Reg.
All
Last week
This week
McIntosh Co. Acad.
1-0
4-1
Did not play
d. Sav. Christian 31-12
Calvary Day
0-0
4-0
Did not play
vs. Claxton
Sav. Country Day
0-0
3-1
Did not play
vs. Portal
Claxton
0-0
0-4
Did not play
at Calvary Day
Portal
0-0
0-4
l. to Wheeler Co. 30-14
at Savannah Country Day
Savannah Christian
0-1
3-2
Did not play
l. to McIntosh Co. 31-12
Division B
Team
Reg.
All
Last week
This week
Emanuel Co. Institute
1-0
5-0
d. Treutlen 53-12
vs. Montgomery Co.
Johnson County
1-0
4-1
Did not play
vs. Wheeler Co.
Wheeler County
1-0
4-1
d. Portal 30-14
at Johnson Co.
Jenkins County
0-0
3-1
Did not play
at Treutlen
Treutlen
0-1
2-3
l. to ECI 53-12
vs. Jenkins Co.
Montgomery County
0-2
0-5
l. to Brantley Co. 42-16
at Emanuel Co. Institute
 
Region 4-A
Division A
Team
Reg.
All
Last week
This week
Manchester
2-0
5-0
d. Marion Co. 35-7
vs. Central, Talbotton
Brookstone
1-0
2-2
d. Greenville 37-0
vs. Pacelli
Marion County
1-1
3-2
l. to Manchester 35-7
at Greenville
Pacelli
1-1
1-4
d. Central, Talbotton 7-6
at Brookstone
Central (Talbotton)
0-1
0-4
l. to Pacelli 7-6
at Manchester
Greenville
0-2
0-5
l. to Brookstone 37-0
vs. Marion Co.
Division B
Team
Reg.
All
Last week
This week
Macon County
2-0
3-1
d. Taylor Co. 63-27
at Northside, W.R. (MT)
Crawford County
1-0
3-0
d. Hawkinsville 27-26
vs. Taylor Co.
Hawkinsville
1-1
3-2
l. to Crawford Co. 27-26
Does not play
Dooly County
1-1
2-3
d. Schley Co. 55-14
Does not play
Taylor County
0-1
3-1
l. to Macon Co. 63-27
at Crawford Co.
Schley County
0-2
2-3
l. to Dooly Co. 55-14
Does not play
 
Region 5-A
Team
Reg.
All
Last week
This week
Eagle's Land. Christ.
2-0
5-0
d. Fulton Leadership 73-0
at Wesleyan
Landmark Christian
2-0
5-0
d. Mt. Vernon 34-10
at Our Lady of Mercy
Wesleyan
2-0
5-0
d. Holy Innocents' 42-7
vs. Eagle's Land. Christian
Mt. Vernon
1-1
4-1
l. to Landmark Chr. 34-10
vs. Holy Innocents'
Our Lady of Mercy
1-1
2-3
d. Strong Rock 43-6
vs. Landmark Christian
Strong Rock Christ.
0-2
2-3
l. to O.L. of Mercy 43-6
at Fulton Leadership Acd.
Holy Innocents'
0-2
1-4
l. to Wesleyan 42-7
at Mt. Vernon
Fulton Leadership
0-2
0-5
l. to ELCA 73-0
vs. Strong Rock Christian
 
Region 6-A
Division A
Team
Reg.
All
Last week
This week
Darlington
2-0
4-1
d. Bowdon 28-7
at Mt. Zion, Carroll
Mt. Zion (Carroll)
1-0
4-0
Did not play
vs. Darlington
Gordon Lee
1-1
4-1
d. Christ. Heritage 49-26
vs. Bowdon
Bowdon
1-1
3-2
l. to Darlington 28-7
at Gordon Lee
Trion
1-1
3-2
d. N. Cobb Christian 28-0
vs. Christian Heritage
Christian Heritage
0-1
0-4
l. to Gordon Lee 49-26
at Trion
North Cobb Christian
0-2
0-5
l. to Trion 28-0
Does not play
Division B
Team
Reg.
All
Last week
This week
Fellowship Christian
2-0
4-0
Did not play
at Walker
Pinecrest Academy
2-0
3-1
d. Mt. Pisgah Chr. 17-14
vs. Mt. Paran Christian
Mt. Pisgah Christian
2-1
3-1
l. to Pinecrest Acd. 17-14
at King's Ridge
Mt. Paran Christian
1-1
3-1
Did not play
at Pinecrest Academy
King's Ridge
1-1
2-2
Did not play
vs. Mt. Pisgah Christian
Walker
1-2
1-4
d. St. Francis 28-0
vs. Fellowship Christian
St. Francis
0-2
1-3
l. to Walker 28-0
at Whitefield Academy
Whitefield Academy
0-2
1-3
Did not play
vs. St. Francis
 
Region 7-A
Division A
Team
Reg.
All
Last week
This week
First Presbyterian
0-0
4-0
Did not play
at Twiggs Co.
Tattnall Square
0-0
4-0
d. Wash.-Wilkes 38-0
vs. Wilkinson Co.
Stratford Academy
0-0
3-1
d. Lincoln Co. 35-19
vs. Mount de Sales
Twiggs County
0-0
3-1
Did not play
vs. First Presbyterian
Mount de Sales
0-0
2-2
Did not play
at Stratford Academy
Wilkinson County
0-0
0-4
Did not play
at Tattnall Square
Division B
Team
Reg.
All
Last week
This week
Greene County
0-0
3-1
Did not play
at Warren Co.
Hancock Central
0-0
3-1
d. Hephzibah 48-0
at Aquinas
Warren County
0-0
3-1
Did not play
vs. Greene Co.
Lincoln County
0-0
2-1-1
l. to Stratford Acad. 35-19
vs. Washington-Wilkes
Aquinas
0-0
2-2
Did not play
vs. Hancock Central
Washington-Wilkes
0-0
0-4
l. to Tattnall Square 38-0
at Lincoln Co.
Georgia Military
 
3-2
Did not play
at Temple
Glascock County
 
1-4
d. Pataula Charter 49-8
vs. Jefferson Academy
 
Region 8-A
Team
Reg.
All
Last week
This week
Prince Ave. Christian
4-0
5-0
d. George Walton 39-21
vs. Commerce
Athens Academy
3-0
4-0
d. Towns Co. 38-14
at Riverside Military
Commerce
2-1
3-1
l. to Athens Christ. 21-14
at Prince Ave. Christian
George Walton Acad.
2-1
3-1
l. Prince Avenue 39-21
at Providence Christian
Hebron Christian
2-1
3-1
d. Riverside Military 31-14
at Towns Co.
Athens Christian
1-2
2-2
d. Commerce 21-14
at Lakeview Academy
Lakeview Academy
1-2
1-3
d. Providence Chr. 31-14
vs. Athens Christian
Towns County
1-3
2-3
l. to Athens Acad. 38-14
vs. Hebron Christian
Riverside Military
1-4
1-4
l. to Hebron Christ. 31-14
vs. Athens Academy
Providence Christian
0-3
1-3
l. to Lakeview Acd. 31-14
vs. George Walton Acad.
 
Note: All scores are courtesy of the Georgia High School Football Historians Association, Georgia Public Broadcasting and other media outlets. If a score is not accurate, it was reported incorrectly.
 
*All of this week's games are today unless noted.
Stadium key: CE - Centennial-Camilla; MT - McConnell-Talbert; ND - North DeKalb

 

 

 

 

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23. (31) Roswell
53. (54) Mill Creek
 
8. (8) Roswell
12. (13) Mill Creek
 
5. (5) Roswell
8. (8) Grayson
 
7. (7) Roswell
11. (11) Grayson
 
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13. (13) Mill Creek
 
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Thursday's scores
Jackson 31, Westside, Macon 24 
McIntosh Co. 31, Sav. Christian 12 
Rutland 23, Kendrick 18
SE Bulloch 42, Windsor Forest 6 
Westover 35, Hardaway 7

Today's games
Alcovy at Grovetown
Alexander at Northgate
Alpharetta at North Atlanta (G)
Americus-Sumter at Cairo
Armuchee at Coosa
Athens Academy at Riverside Military
Athens Christian at Lakeview Acd.
Atkinson Co. at Clinch Co.
Bacon Co. at Vidalia
Baconton at Terrell Co.
Bainbridge at Rickards, Fla.
Banks Co. at Rabun Co.
Benedictine at Bryan Co.
Berkmar at Meadowcreek
Bowdon at Gordon Lee
Brooks Co. at Crisp Co.
Buford at Clarke Central
Calhoun at Haralson Co.
Cedar Shoals at Flowery Branch
Cedartown at LaGrange (C)
Centennial at Chattahoochee
Central, Carrollton at Cartersville
Central, Talbotton at Manchester
Charlton Co. at Irwin Co.
Chattooga at Rockmart
Cherokee at Etowah
Christian Heritage at Trion
Clarkston at Thomson
Claxton at Calvary Day
Collins Hill at Discovery
Columbus at Northside, Col. (K)
Commerce at Prince Ave. Christian
Cook at Early Co.
Cross Creek at Hephzibah
Dade Co. at Gordon Central
Dalton at Creekview
Darlington at Mt. Zion, Carroll
Dawson Co. at North Hall
Decatur at Riverwood
Dougherty at Perry
Douglas Co. at New Manchester
Drew at M.L. King (GO)
Dublin at Bleckley Co.
Duluth at Mountain View
Dunwoody at Northview
Eagle's Land. Christ. at Wesleyan
Eagle's Landing at Dutchtown
East Hall at Union Co.
East Jackson at Morgan Co.
East Paulding at Kell
Elbert Co. at Social Circle
Fannin Co. at GAC
Fellowship Christian at Walker
First Presbyterian at Twiggs Co.
Fitzgerald at Tift Co.
Forest Park at Camden Co.
Franklin Co. at Hart Co.
George Walton at Providence Christ.
Georgia Military at Temple
Grayson at Rockdale Co.
Greene Co. at Warren Co.
Groves at Beach (SM)
Hampton at Jones Co.
Hancock Central at Aquinas
Harris Co. at Worth Co.
Hebron Christian at Towns Co.
Heritage, Ringgold at SE Whitfield
Holy Innocents' at Mt. Vernon
International, Fla. at Colquitt Co.
Jeff Davis at Toombs Co.
Jefferson at Madison Co.
Jefferson Academy at Glascock Co.
Jefferson Co. at Glenn Hills
Jenkins Co. at Treutlen
Johns Creek at Cambridge
Jonesboro at Stephenson (HS)
Josey at Butler
LaFayette at Northwest Whitfield
Lakeside, Atl. at Central Gwinnett
Lakeside, Evans at Bradwell Institute
Lakeview-Ft. Ogle. at Ringgold
Landmark Christian at O.L. of Mercy
Laney at Westside, Augusta
Liberty Co. at Effingham Co.
Lithia Springs at Banneker
Luella at Salem
Macon Co. at Northside, W.R. (MT)
Marion Co. at Greenville
Marist at Gainesville
Mays at Tri-Cities
Miller Co. at Calhoun Co.
Monroe Area at Jackson Co.
Montgomery Co. at ECI
Mount de Sales at Stratford Acad.
Mt. Paran at Pinecrest Academy
Mt. Pisgah Christian at King's Ridge
Mt. Zion, Jonesboro at Lovejoy (TO)
Mundy's Mill at Tucker (A)
Murray Co. at North Murray
Norcross at Parkview
North Gwinnett at Mill Creek
North Springs at Jackson, Atl. (G)
Northeast at Dodge Co.
Ola at Woodland, Stockbridge
Pacelli at Brookstone
Pataula Charter at Cross Keys (ND)
Pelham at Chattahoochee Co.
Pepperell at Model
Pickens at Gilmer
Pike Co. at Central, Macon (H)
Portal at Savannah Country Day
Putnam Co. at Oglethorpe Co.
Riverdale at Fayette Co.
Rome at Carrollton
Roswell at Milton
Screven Co. at Harlem
Sequoyah at River Ridge
Shaw at Carver, Columbus (CM)
Sonoraville at Bremen
South Atlanta at KIPP Atlanta (L)
South Effingham at Richmond Hill
South Gwinnett at Newton (SH)
Spalding at Mary Persons
St. Francis at Whitefield Academy
Starr's Mill at Griffin (GM)
Stockbridge at Locust Grove
Strong Rock Christ. at Fulton Leadership Acd.
Swainsboro at Metter
Tattnall Co. at Statesboro
Taylor Co. at Crawford Co.
Telfair Co. at Wilcox Co.
Therrell at B.E.S.T. Academy (L)
Troup at Sandy Creek
Turner Co. at Lanier Co.
Villa Rica at Paulding Co.
Walnut Grove at Johnson, Gaines.
Ware County at Lowndes
Warner Robins at Coffee
Washington Co. at East Laurens
Washington-Wilkes at Lincoln Co.
Wayne County at Glynn Acad. (GL)
West Laurens at Howard (ED)
Wheeler County at Johnson Co.
Whitewater at Morrow (T)
Wilkinson Co. at Tattnall Square
Winder-Barrow at Apalachee
Woodland, Carters. at Hiram
Woodward Academy at Henry Co. 

Saturday's games
Carver, Atlanta at Grady (G)
Creekside at Hughes
Douglass at Washington (L)
Druid Hills at Eastside (SH)
Randolph-Clay at Mitchell Co. (CE)
 
Stadium abbreviations:
(A) Adams; (C) Callaway; (CE) Centennial, Camilla; (CM) Columbus Memorial; (ED) Ed Defore Sports Complex; (G) Grady; (GL) Glynn County; (GM) Griffin Memorial; (GO) Godfrey; (H) Henderson; (HS) Hallford; (K) Kinnett; (L) Lakewood; (MT) McConnell-Talbert; (ND) North DeKalb; (P) Pooler; (SH) Sharp; (SM) Savannah Memorial; (T) Tara; (TO) Twelve Oaks