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Friday, Aug. 28, 2015

 

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Marietta to unveil renovated Northcutt
Marietta will unveil its renovated stadium tonight when the Blue Devils take on Newnan in their home-opener.
 
Marietta has spent $11.3 million dollars to upgrade 75-year-old Northcutt Stadium, according to the Marietta Daily Journal. Work began at the conclusion of the 2014 season and is expected to continue right up until game time.
 
Among the changes are a new video board, sound system and three-level press box. The visitors' side of the stadium has been rebuilt, including the addition of bathrooms, concession stands and a locker room. The home side also has new locker rooms, bathrooms and concession stands, and seating capacity has been slightly increased.
 
One thing that will not change is the playing surface. It will remain natural grass, although the field has been re-sodded.
 
"[Artificial turf] would take away from the historic feel of the stadium," Marietta school board member Randy Weiner told the Daily Journal.
 
Social Circle 'moving in the right direction'
The state's longest football losing streak ended last week, and Social Circle coach Chad Estes is understandably thrilled about his team's 31-23 victory over Strong Rock Christian.
 
"If you love high school football, Social Circle, Georgia, was the place to be last Friday night," Estes said. "The atmosphere was electric from pregame warm-ups until the final horn sounded. Yes there was a big celebration after the game."
 
The losing streak officially was 36 games, but if not for a forfeit victory in 2011, the skid would've be 41. The last time the Redskins had won on the field was a 42-28 victory against River Ridge on Oct. 29, 2010.
 
Estes came to Social Circle last season, when a new football stadium and athletic complex were built. He had been on Monroe Area's staff when that program went from 0-10 in 2009 to 11-2 in 2010.
 
Excitement had been building in preseason at Social Circle after the team won scrimmages against Hebron Christian and George Walton Academy.
 
"The football program is moving in the right direction," Estes said. "We still have a lot of work to do, but I want to make winning the norm in Social Circle."
 
Jefferson sophomore over 500 yards rushing
GHSF Daily experienced some buyers regret this week in its POY Watch. Jefferson sophomore Colby Wood, left off the list, might be off to the best start of an individual player in the state. Wood has rushed for 503 yards and scored all eight of his team's touchdowns in Jefferson's 2-0 start. He's also intercepted a pass and recovered a fumble while playing cornerback and stays on the field about 95 percent of the time. Wood rushed for more than 900 yards last season as a freshman backup. "He is a smooth runner with good vision," Jefferson coach Ben Hall said. Also interesting about Wood is that he's an avid bass fisherman and competes on Jefferson's fishing team. Earlier this year, his two-man team finished 61st out of 170 teams at the High School Fishing World Finals in Florence, Ala.
 
Longest all-time winning streaks
Our Thursday Daily List reported the evolution of the state record for consecutive victories starting with West Point, the first school to win 20 straight games in the GHSA era (starting in 1948) through current record-holder Buford. A few readers confused that list for this one, which is the longest streaks in history. Note that Buford's current streak would be 45 if not for a forfeited game in 2012.
 
47 - Buford (2001-04)
46 - Parkview (2000-03)
44 - Lincoln County (1989-91)
42 - Buford (2012-current)
41 - Sandy Creek (2009-11)
38 - Lincoln County (1976-78)
37 - Valdosta (1960-63)
37 - West Rome (1981-84)
36 - Thomson (1966-69)
35 - Northside, Warner Robins (2006-08)
 
That was last year
Our Tuesday Daily List reported teams that had opened the season with consecutive victories over defending region champions. Lassiter did it this season. For those interested in odd statistics, here are the schools with the most victories in history over defending region champions in the regular season. We're not sure what it means except that Valdosta must have some sort of football tradition.
 
Valdosta 52-22-0 (70.3%)
Washington-Wilkes 47-52-2 (47.5%)
Thomson 43-35-2 (55.0%)
Marist 41-36-0 (53.2%)
Cairo 40-30-3 (56.8%)
Carrollton 39-36-5 (51.9%)
Lowndes 38-40-0 (48.7%)
Thomasville 36-52-1 (41.0%)
Statesboro 36-39-3 (48.1%)
LaGrange 36-36-3 (50.0%)
Swainsboro 36-44-2 (45.1%)
 
More trivia: Three teams have beaten four defending region champions in one season - 2014 North Cobb, 2007 Greater Atlanta Christian and 1997 Lowndes.
 
Better with experience
Our Wednesday Daily List reported the coaches that had reached 100 Georgia victories the quickest. Ware County's Franklin Stephens was on top with 109.
 
A reader in Calhoun was surprised not to see Hal Lamb included. It took Lamb 140 games to get to 100, which was well outside the standard.  Many forget that he cut his teeth as a head coach at Upson-Lee, where he was 5-15 in two seasons (1997-98).
 
But, that broaches an interesting question. Who are some coaches who got to 100 pretty quickly, but hit warp speed afterward? Here are three:
 
Hal Lamb, Calhoun - 100-40, but 89-6 since.
Jeff Herron, Camden County - 100-30, 162-20 since.
Jess Simpson, Buford - 100-18, but 40-0 since.
 
Former Georgia coaches of note are Wright Bazemore (100-22-3, then 164-28-4) and Nick Hyder (100-25-3, then 202-23-2). Both had the pleasure of working at Valdosta.
 
Have there been any coaches who were very slow to 100, then really good after that?
 
Not many. If you're mediocre getting to 100, you're probably not going to have the time nor the employment opportunity to get the second 100. But, it can happen.
 
Take Bruce Miller of Gainesville. He needed 185 games to win 100 (100-85), but is 108-25 since.
 
In fact, Miller's first 11 seasons as a head coach netted just one winning season (6-4 at Cass in 1992). Then it clicked. He took North Forsyth to the semifinals in 2001, then Gainesville in 2002, and the rest is history. Gainesville won its first state title under Miller in 2012.
 
Another example might be Howard coach Barney Hester. He was 100-84-4 when he got his 100th win. His first seven teams had losing records. But he's 229-65-5 since with 11 state titles won with Tattnall Square in the Georgia Independent School Association.

Miscellaneous: Holyfield to announce decision live
AJC Super 11 RB Elijah Holyfield of Woodward Academy will announce his college choice today at noon. Woodward Academy is streaming the event on the NHFS Network. Click here to view it live. ... Plant was ranked No. 4 in Florida's Class 7A before getting rocked by Colquitt County 42-8 last week. Funny line from the Tampa Tribune: "Is Plant in trouble or is Georgia high school football that good? Probably a little of both." ... Colquitt County coach Rush Propst can win his 250th game at home tonight against Crisp County. Mark Harmon of GPB had a good blog on Propst this week. ... Funeral services were held this week for Coffee assistant coach Neil Graham, who lost his battle with cancer. Graham also coached at Bacon County and Jeff Davis.
National Rankings
Here is where Georgia teams stand in several national polls. The numbers on the left are this week's rankings; the numbers in parentheses are last week's rankings.
 
20. (26) Colquitt County
40. (23) Archer
60. (58) McEachern
 
5. (13) Colquitt County
24. (17) Archer
31. (35) McEachern
35. (42) Grayson
70. (89) Roswell
98. (NR) Lee County
 
6. (NR) Colquitt County
12. (4) Archer
20. (NR) McEachern
 
5. (8) Colquitt County
22. (19) Archer
 
14. (18) Archer
24. (25) McEachern
36. (34) Colquitt County
 
8. (15) Colquitt County
10. (10) Archer
Student-Athlete Of The Week Presented ByscoutSMART
Chris Anderson, Woodland (Stockbridge)
1Chris Anderson of Woodland in Stockbridge is this week's scoutSMART Student-Athlete of the Week. Anderson is a 6-foot-2, 185-pound senior outside linebacker who is a two-year starter on the football team and a starter at catcher on the baseball team. "He is exactly what you dream of if God blesses you with a son," Woodland coach Steve Davenport said. "Chris's leadership capabilities are unmatched." Anderson is being recruited by Columbia, Brown, Harvard and a number of other schools. Woodland is 2-0 after victories over North Springs and Apalachee and plays Forest Park tonight.
 
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 atdbloodworth@competitivesportsanalysis.com. A statewide all-academic team will be selected by scoutSMART at the end of the year.

 

 

Region Standings: Classes AA and A
Region 1-AA
Team
Reg.
All
Last week
This week*
Fitzgerald
0-0
2-0
d. Heard Co. 29-7
at Irwin Co.
Pelham
0-0
1-0
d. Baconton 48-14
at Mitchell Co. (CE)
Early County
0-0
0-1-1
l. to Bainbridge 42-13
vs. Miller Co.
Seminole County
0-0
0-0
Did not play
vs. Pacelli
Berrien
0-0
0-1
l. to Irwin Co. 32-14
vs. Cook
Thomasville
0-0
0-1
vs. Cairo, canceled
Does not play
Brooks County
0-0
0-2
l. to Clinch Co. 33-20
vs. Madison, Fla.
 
Region 2-AA
Team
Reg.
All
Last week
This week
Bacon County
0-0
1-0
d. Lanier Co. 68-12
vs. Pierce Co.
Benedictine
0-0
1-0
Did not play
Does not play
Jeff Davis
0-0
1-0
d. Atkinson Co. 21-12
vs. North Cobb Christian
Vidalia
0-0
1-1
l. to West Laurens 30-6
vs. Toombs Co.
Bryan County
0-0
0-1
Did not play
at Claxton
Groves
0-0
0-1
l. to Islands 8-0
at New Hampstead (P)
Long County
0-0
0-1
l. to Tattnall Co. 21-14
Does not play
McIntosh Co. Acad.
0-0
0-2
l. to Sav. Christian 16-8
at Liberty Co.
 
Region 3-AA
Team
Reg.
All
Last week
This week
Dublin
0-0
2-0
d. Johnson Co. 31-0
Does not play
Metter
0-0
2-0
d. Claxton 20-0
vs. Emanuel Co. Institute
East Laurens
0-0
1-0
d. Taylor Co. 35-34
vs. Twiggs Co.
Screven County
0-0
1-0
Did not play
at Westside, Augusta
Swainsboro
0-0
1-1
d. ECI 29-28
at Valdosta
Harlem
0-0
0-2
l. to Grovetown 42-7
Does not play
Jefferson County
0-0
0-2
l. to Burke Co. 24-22
Does not play
 
Region 4-AA
Team
Reg.
All
Last week
This week
Macon County
0-0
1-0
d. Amer.-Sumter 48-33
at Veterans
Bleckley County
0-0
1-1
d. Hawkinsville 13-0
vs. West Laurens
Lamar County
0-0
1-1
d. Pike Co. 30-8
Does not play
Putnam County
0-0
1-1
l. to Greene Co. 38-33
at Morgan Co.
Monticello
0-0
0-1
l. to Walnut Grove 20-15
at Jackson
Northeast
0-0
0-1
l. to Southwest 38-32
at Rutland (Thu., ED)
Crawford County
 
1-1
l. to Central, Talb. 30-21
vs. Montgomery Co.
 
Region 5-AA
Team
Reg.
All
Last week
This week
Bowdon
0-0
0-1
Did not play
vs. Pepperell
Bremen
0-0
0-1
l. to Darlington 41-7
vs. Hapeville
Chattahoochee Co.
0-0
0-1
l. to Hardaway 33-30
at Calhoun Co.
Heard County
0-0
0-1
l. to Fitzgerald 29-7
vs. Callaway
Manchester
0-0
0-1
l. to Charlton Co. 33-7
vs. Taylor Co.
Temple
0-0
0-1
Did not play
vs. Stewart Co.
 
Region 6-AA
Team
Reg.
All
Last week
This week
Pace Academy
1-0
2-0
d. O.L. of Mercy 34-3
vs. Landmark Christian
Wesleyan
0-0
2-0
d. East Hall 49-6
vs. Stratford Academy
Hapeville
0-0
1-0
d. George Walton 41-7
at Bremen
Greater Atl. Christian
0-0
1-1
d. North Oconee 55-21
vs. ELCA
B.E.S.T. Academy
0-0
0-1
l. to Callaway 30-14
at Central, Carrollton
KIPP Atl. Collegiate
0-0
0-1
l. to North Atlanta 30-21
vs. Our Lady of Mercy
Holy Innocents'
0-0
0-2
l. to Riverwood 28-0
vs. George Walton (Sat.)
Lovett
0-1
0-2
l. to Westminster 26-23
vs. Marist
 
Region 7-AA
Team
Reg.
All
Last week
This week
Darlington
0-0
2-0
d. Bremen 41-7
Does not play
Model
0-0
2-0
d. Sonoraville 9-7
at Christian Heritage
Chattooga
0-0
1-0
d. Ridgeland 21-13
vs. North Murray
Dade County
0-0
1-0
d. N. Sand Mtn., Al. 26-0
vs. Robbinsville, N.C.
Gordon Lee
0-0
1-1
d. Lakeview-FO 41-13
at LaFayette
Coosa
0-0
0-1
Did not play
vs. Cass
Armuchee
0-0
0-2
l. to Trion 40-6
vs. Coahulla Creek
 
Region 8-AA
Team
Reg.
All
Last week
This week
Greene County
0-0
1-0
d. Putnam Co. 38-33
vs. Hancock Central
Social Circle
0-0
1-0
d. Strong Rock 31-23
Does not play
Union County
0-0
1-0
d. Towns Co. 35-7
vs. Lumpkin Co.
Rabun County
0-0
1-1
d. Habersham 42-14
at Mt. Pisgah Christian
Oglethorpe County
0-0
0-1
l. to Oconee Co. 49-6
at Prince Ave. Christian
Riverside Military
0-0
0-1
l. to Fellowship Chr. 28-0
Does not play
Washington-Wilkes
0-0
0-1
l. to Lincoln Co. 26-13
at Wilkinson Co.
 
Region 1-A
Team
Reg.
All
Last week
This week*
Randolph-Clay
0-0
2-0
d. Abbeville, Ala. 46-7
vs. Dougherty
Mitchell County
0-0
0-0
d. Albany 20-6
vs. Pelham (CE)
Miller County
0-0
0-1
l. to Marion Co. 40-6
at Early Co.
Baconton
0-0
0-2
l. to Pelham 48-14
at Schley Co.
Calhoun County
0-0
0-2
l. to Dougherty 53-6
vs. Chattahoochee Co.
Terrell County
0-0
0-2
l. to Monroe 33-14
vs. Albany
Stewart County
 
0-1
Did not play
at Temple
 
Region 2-A
Team
Reg.
All
Last week
This week
Clinch County
0-0
2-0
d. Brooks Co. 33-20
Does not play
Charlton County
0-0
1-0
d. Manchester 33-7
vs. Santa Fe, Fla.
Telfair County
0-0
1-0
d. Wheeler Co. 27-6
vs. Johnson Co.
Turner County
0-0
1-0
Did not play
at Dooly Co.
Irwin County
0-0
1-0-1
d. Berrien 32-14
vs. Fitzgerald
Wilcox County
0-0
0-1
l. to Dooly Co. 32-8
at Hawkinsville
Atkinson County
0-0
0-2
l. to Jeff Davis 21-12
Does not play
Lanier County
0-0
0-2
l. to Bacon Co. 68-12
vs. Wheeler Co.
 
Region 3-A
Division A
Team
Reg.
All
Last week
This week
Calvary Day
0-0
1-0
Did not play
at Bradwell Institute
Jenkins County
0-0
1-1
l. to Treutlen 25-19
Does not play
Savannah Christian
0-0
1-1
d. McIntosh Co. Ac. 16-8
Does not play
Claxton
0-0
0-1
l. to Metter 20-0
vs. Bryan Co.
Portal
0-0
0-1
l. to Josey 18-7
at Treutlen
Sav. Country Day
0-0
0-1
l. to Stratford Acd. 41-33
vs. Episcopal School, Fl.
Division B
Team
Reg.
All
Last week
This week
Treutlen
0-0
1-0
d. Jenkins Co. 25-19
vs. Portal
Emanuel Co. Institute
0-0
0-1
l. to Swainsboro 29-28
at Metter
Johnson County
0-0
0-1
l. to Dublin 31-0
at Telfair Co.
Montgomery County
0-0
0-1
Did not play
at Crawford Co.
Wheeler County
0-0
0-1
l. to Telfair Co. 27-6
at Lanier Co.
 
Region 4-A
Team
Reg.
All
Last week
This week
Central (Talbotton)
0-0
2-0
d. Crawford Co. 30-21
Does not play
Dooly County
0-0
1-0
d. Wilcox Co. 32-8
vs. Turner Co.
Greenville
0-0
1-0
d. Haralson Co. 20-14
Does not play
Marion County
0-0
1-0
d. Miller Co. 40-6
Does not play
Pacelli
0-0
1-0
d. Mount de Sales 35-17
at Seminole Co.
Schley County
0-0
0-0
Did not play
vs. Baconton
Brookstone
0-0
0-1
Did not play
vs. Columbus
Hawkinsville
0-0
0-1
l. to Bleckley Co. 13-0
vs. Wilcox Co.
Taylor County
0-0
0-1
l. to East Laurens 35-34
at Manchester
 
Region 5-A
Team
Reg.
All
Last week
This week
Landmark Christian
0-0
2-0
d. Lithia Springs 45-20
at Pace Academy
Eagle's Land. Christ.
0-0
1-1
l. to Stockbridge 28-21
at Greater Atl. Christian
Our Lady of Mercy
0-0
0-1
l. to Pace Academy 34-3
at KIPP Atl. Collegiate
Mt. Vernon
0-0
0-2
l. to Hebron Christ. 42-28
at Towns Co.
Strong Rock Christ.
0-0
0-2
l. to Social Circle 31-23
Does not play
 
Region 6-A
Division A
Team
Reg.
All
Last week
This week
Mt. Paran Christian
0-0
2-0
d. Whitefield Acad. 35-0
at North Clayton (SC)
Trion
0-0
2-0
d. Armuchee 40-6
Does not play
Mt. Zion (Carroll)
0-0
1-1
l. to Rand. Co., Al. 25-14
at Haralson Co.
Christian Heritage
0-0
0-1
Did not play
vs. Model
Walker
0-0
0-1
Did not play
vs. King's Ridge
North Cobb Christian
 
1-0
d. Cross Keys 53-0
at Jeff Davis
Division B
Team
Reg.
All
Last week
This week
Fellowship Christian
0-0
2-0
d. Riverside Military 28-0
Does not play
Mt. Pisgah Christian
0-0
1-0
Did not play
vs. Rabun Co.
Pinecrest Academy
0-0
1-0
d. North Springs 42-15
Does not play
St. Francis
0-0
1-0
d. Providence Chr. 38-7
at Lakeview Academy
King's Ridge
0-0
0-0
Did not play
at Walker
Whitefield Academy
0-0
0-1
l. to Mount Paran 35-0
at Providence Christian
 
Region 7-A
Division A
Team
Reg.
All
Last week
This week
Stratford Academy
0-0
1-0
d. Sav. C'try Day 41-33
at Wesleyan
Tattnall Square
0-0
1-0
d. Georgia Military 37-7
vs. Warren Co.
Twiggs County
0-0
0-0
Did not play
at East Laurens
First Presbyterian
0-0
0-1
l. to Howard 38-17
Does not play
Mount de Sales
0-0
0-1
l. to Pacelli 35-17
Does not play
Wilkinson County
0-0
0-1
l. to Central, Macon 31-0
vs. Washington-Wilkes
Division B
Team
Reg.
All
Last week
This week
Lincoln County
0-0
2-0
d. Wash.-Wilkes 26-13
Does not play
Aquinas
0-0
1-1
l. to Prince Avenue 42-12
Does not play
Warren County
0-0
1-1
d. Glascock Co. 38-8
at Tattnall Square
Georgia Military
0-0
0-1
l. to Tattnall Square 37-7
at Glascock Co.
Hancock Central
0-0
0-1
l. to Baldwin 12-0
at Greene Co.
*Glascock County
 
0-2
l. to Warren Co. 38-8
vs. Georgia Military
 
Region 8-A
Team
Reg.
All
Last week
This week
Athens Academy
1-0
2-0
d. Athens Christian 13-6
Does not play
Hebron Christian
0-0
2-0
d. Mount Vernon 42-28
vs. Commerce
Commerce
0-0
1-0
d. Banks Co. 55-13
at Hebron Christian
Prince Ave. Christian
0-0
1-0
d. Aquinas 42-12
vs. Oglethorpe Co.
George Walton Acad.
0-0
0-1
l. to Hapeville 41-7
at Holy Innocents' (Sat.)
Lakeview Academy
0-0
0-1
l. to East Jackson 21-16
vs. St. Francis
Providence Christian
0-0
0-1
l. to St. Francis 38-7
vs. Whitefield Academy
Towns County
0-0
0-1
l. to Union Co. 35-7
vs. Mt. Vernon
Athens Christian
0-1
1-1
l. to Athens Acad. 13-6
at Oconee Co.
 
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; ED - Ed DeFore Sports Complex; P - Pooler Recreation Complex; SC - Southern Crescent


 

 

 

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Lean years
Social Circle's 41-game losing streak, which ended last week, was tied for the eighth-longest in state history. This does not include forfeits. Social Circle's losing streak officially was 36 games. The state record, held by Glascock County, also was mitigated by a forfeit victory and officially stands at 62. The longest current losing streak belongs to Windsor Forest (25).
 
82 - Glascock County (1990-99)
53 - Meadowcreek (2008-13)
50 - Towns County (1979-84)
49 - Stewart-Quitman (1997-02)
46 - Stephens County (1948-53)
44 - Long County (1985-05)
43 - Meadowcreek (2003-08)
43 - Crawford County (2009-13)
41 - Butler (2005-09)
41 - Social Circle (2010-14)
40 - Wills (1981-85)
40 - Cross Keys (2006-10)
40 - North Springs (2009-13)
39 - Spencer (2002-06)
38 - Toombs Central (1982-85)
37 - Central, Carroll (1961-65)
37 - Milton (1983-87)
36 - Hancock Central (1969-75)
36 - Stewart-Quitman (1982-85)
36 - Towns County (2004-07)
34 - Wheeler County (1969-72)
32 - Shaw (1984-87)
32 - Forest Park (1986-89)
32 - Montgomery Co. (2005-08)
31 - East Fannin (1970-74)
31 - Pelham (2005-08)
31 - Winder-Barrow (2009-12)
30 - Villa Rica (1974-77)
30 - Central, Talbotton (1983-86)
30 - Carver (Atlanta) (1988-90)
30 - SE Whitfield (1995-98)
30 - East Paulding (1996-99)
 
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Today
*Flowery Branch at Loganville, 6:50 p.m
*Callaway at Heard County, 7 p.m.
*Northgate at Troup, 7 p.m.
*Whitefield Academy at Providence Christian, 7 p.m.
*Woodward Academy at St. Pius, 7 p.m.
*Pierce County at Bacon County, 7:15 p.m.
*Santa Fe (Fla.) at Charlton County, 7:15 p.m.
*Washington County at Mary Persons, 7:15 p.m.
*Calvary Day at Bradwell Institute, 7:25 p.m.
*Clarke Central at Lanier, 7:30 p.m.
*Creekview at Riverwood, 7:30 p.m.
*Eagle's Landing Christian vs. Greater Atlanta Christian, 7:30 p.m.
*Hillgrove at North Gwinnett, 7:30 p.m.
*Landmark Christian at Pace Academy, 7:30 p.m.
*Laney at Westminster, 7:30 p.m.
*Newnan at Marietta, 7:30 p.m.
*Rockdale County at Meadowcreek, 7:30 p.m.
*Salem at Heritage (Conyers), 7:30 p.m.
*Stone Mountain at Tucker, 7:30 p.m.
*Stratford Academy at Wesleyan, 7:30 p.m.
Saturday
*George Walton Academy at Holy Innocents', 7:30 p.m.
 
*Buford at McEachern, 7:15 p.m.
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Scores, Schedule
Thursday's scores
Dutchtown 20, Lovejoy 12
Rutland 34, Northeast 28
Savannah 21, Windsor Forest 3 
Spalding 20, LaGrange 9
Spencer 21, Northside, Columbus 0 
 
Today's games
Albany at Terrell Co.
Alcovy at Baldwin
Allatoona at North Paulding
Appling Co. at Jenkins (SM)
Athens Christian at Oconee Co.
B.E.S.T Academy at Central, Carrollton
Baconton at Schley Co.
Bainbridge at Cairo
Banneker at Whitewater
Beach at Tattnall Co.
Brantley Co. at Islands (GC)
Bryan Co. at Claxton
Buford at McEachern
Burke Co. at Griffin (GM)
Calhoun at Carrollton
Callaway at Heard Co.
Calvary Day at Bradwell Institute
Camden Co. at Glynn Academy
Carver, Atlanta at Grady (G)
Carver, Columbus at Creekside
Cass at Coosa
Central, Macon at Howard (ED)
Central Gwinnett at Mundy's Mill (TO)
Chapel Hill at Lithia Springs
Chattahoochee Co. at Calhoun Co.
Clarke Central at Lanier
Clarkston at Druid Hills (A)
Coahulla Creek at Armuchee
Columbus at Brookstone
Commerce at Hebron Christian
Cook at Berrien
Creekview at Riverwood
Crisp Co. at Colquitt Co.
Cross Keys at Douglass (L)
Dawson Co. at Gilmer
Decatur at Jackson, Atlanta (G)
Dougherty at Randolph-Clay
Drew at Lowndes
Duluth at Lakeside, Atlanta (A)
Dunwoody at Chamblee (ND)
Eagle's Landing at Southwest (H)
ELCA at Greater Atlanta Christian
Emanuel Co. Institute at Metter
Etowah at Cherokee
Evans at Northside, W. Robins (MT)
Fannin Co. at Murray Co.
Fayette Co. at Starr's Mill
Fitzgerald at Irwin Co.
Flowery Branch at Loganville
Forest Park at Woodland, Stockbridge
Georgia Military at Glascock Co.
Gordon Lee at LaFayette
Groves at New Hampstead (P)
Hampton at Sandy Creek
Hancock Central at Greene Co.
Hapeville at Bremen
Harrison at East Coweta
Hart Co. at Franklin Co.
Hillgrove at North Gwinnett
Hughes at Grayson
Jackson Co. at White Co.
Johns Creek at Lambert
Johnson, Gainesville at Banks Co.
Johnson, Savannah at Richmond Hill
Johnson Co. at Telfair Co.
Jones Co. at Cross Creek
Jonesboro at Westover (M)
Jordan at Hardaway (K)
Josey at Butler
King's Ridge Christian at Walker
Lakeview-Ft. Ogle. at Heritage, Ring.
Landmark Christian at Pace Academy
Laney at Westminster
Lassiter at Walton
Lee Co. at Worth Co.
Locust Grove at Union Grove
Luella at Tift Co.
Lumpkin Co. at Union Co.
M.L. King at Mays (L)
Macon Co. at Veterans (SJ)
Madison Co. at Eastside
Madison Co., Fla. at Brooks Co.
Marist at Lovett
McIntosh Co. Academy at Liberty Co.
McNair at Therrell (L)
Mill Creek at Dacula
Miller Co. at Early Co.
Milton at Norcross
Model at Christian Heritage
Monroe Area at Walnut Grove
Montgomery Co. at Crawford Co.
Monticello at Jackson
Mount Paran at North Clayton (SC)
Mount Vernon at Towns Co.
Mount Zion, Carroll at Haralson Co.
Mountain View at Kennesaw Mtn.
New Manchester at Hiram
Newnan at Marietta
Newton at Rome
North Atlanta at River Ridge
North Cobb at Cartersville
North Cobb Christian at Jeff Davis
North Forsyth at Chattahoochee
North Hall at Jefferson
North Murray at Chattooga
Northgate at Troup (C)
Northview at Habersham Central
Northwest Whitfield at Cedartown
Oglethorpe Co. at Prince Avenue
Ola at Morrow (T)
Our Lady of Mercy at KIPP Atlanta
Pacelli at Seminole Co.
Paulding Co. at Alexander
Pebblebrook at Osborne
Pelham at Mitchell Co. (CE)
Pepperell at Bowdon
Perry at Peach Co.
Pickens at East Hall
Pierce Co. at Bacon Co.
Pike Co. at Upson-Lee
Portal at Treutlen
Putnam Co. at Morgan Co.
Rabun Co. at Mount Pisgah Christian
Richmond Acd. at Lakeside, Evans
Riverdale at Thomas Co. Central
Robbinsville, N.C. at Dade Co.
Rockdale Co. at Meadowcreek
Salem at Heritage, Conyers
Santa Fe, Fla. at Charlton Co.
Sav. Country Day at Episcopal, Fla.
Screven Co. at Westside, Augusta
Sequoyah at Blessed Trinity
Shaw at Americus-Sumter
Sonoraville at Rockmart
South Effingham at Southeast Bulloch
South Forsyth at Centennial
South Gwinnett at Collins Hill
South Paulding at Villa Rica
Southeast Whitfield at Gordon Central
Southwest DeKalb at Tri-Cities
St. Francis at Lakeview Academy
Statesboro at Wayne Co.
Stephens Co. at Elbert Co.
Stewart Co. at Temple
Stone Mountain at Tucker (HS)
Stratford Academy at Wesleyan
Swainsboro at Valdosta
Taylor Co. at Manchester
Toombs Co. at Vidalia
Towers at Lithonia (AV)
Turner Co. at Dooly Co.
Twiggs Co. at East Laurens
Warner Robins at Greenbrier
Warren Co. at Tattnall Square
Washington Co. at Mary Persons
Washington-Wilkes at Wilkinson Co.
West Forsyth at Alpharetta
West Hall at Chestatee
West Laurens at Bleckley Co.
Westlake at Shiloh
Westside, Macon at Harris Co.
Wheeler Co. at Lanier Co.
Whitefield Academy at Providence (S)
Wilcox Co. at Hawkinsville
Winder-Barrow at Apalachee
Woodland, Carters. at Forsyth Central
Woodstock at Wheeler
Woodward Academy at St. Pius
 
Saturday's games
George Walton at Holy Innocents'
Grovetown at Houston Co. (MT)
 
Stadium abbreviations:
(A) Adams; (AV) Avondale; (C) Callaway; (CE) Centennial, Camilla; (ED) Ed DeFore Sports Complex; (G) Grady; (GC) Garden City; (GM) Griffin Memorial; (H) Henderson; (HS) Hallford; (K) Kinnett; (L) Lakewood; (M) Mills; (MT) McConnell-Talbert; (ND) North DeKalb; (P) Pooler Recreation Center; (S) Shiloh High School; (SC) Southern Crescent; (SJ) Herb St. John; (SM) Savannah Memorial; (T) Tara; (TO) Twelve Oaks