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Tuesday October 14, 2014

Top Performances Presented By The Learning Company

9Pepperell RB sets state rushing record

Rushing for more than 200 yards is a memory of a lifetime for most high school football players.

 

Pepperell junior Devyn Collins ran for 246 yards in the first half alone last week against Rockmart. Then he ran for 239 in the second half.

 

Collins' total - 485 on 48 carries - broke a 15-year-old Georgia record for rushing yards in a game.

 

"It's one of those things where I wasn't even aware until well after the game," Pepperell coach Jeff Shiflett said. "It's amazing that somebody can stand up to that many carries. But he's a tough kid and gets better as the game progresses."

 

It helped that Pepperell's opponent, Rockmart, was matching Collins run for run, although it required two Rockmart backs - Jermonte Thompson (233 yards rushing) and J.C. Lovelace (115). Rockmart won 34-32. Both teams were scoring quickly, with several long runs, none longer than Collins' 94-yarder in the first quarter.

 

Collins is only 5 feet, 7 inches and 180 pounds, but he never slowed. Shiflett said he is most dangerous in space.

 

"He's a good vision guy," Shiflett said. "He sees the hole well and reads his blocks well, and he's quicker than you'd think."

 

To see Collins in action against Rockmart, courtesy of the NFHS Network, click here. For highlights of selected players listed below, click on the names highlighted in blue.

 

Here are more top performances from last week:

 

Top five

*Hillgrove RB Sonny Harris rushed for 329 yards on 29 carries and scored eight touchdowns in a 72-46 victory over North Paulding. Harris became the fourth player in state history to score eight touchdowns in a game, the first since Pebblebrook's Thomas Flowers in 2001.

 

*Lanier DL Derrick Brown had eight tackles, three behind the line, two sacks, a pass deflection and a game-changing 52-yard interception return for a touchdown in a 26-23 victory over Gainesville.

 

*Montgomery County QB Paul Legrant rushed for 359 yards and five touchdowns on 24 carries and blocked an extra point that proved the difference in a 34-33 victory over Treutlen. Montgomery trailed 26-7 just before halftime.

 

*Pepperell RB Devyn Collins rushed for 495 yards and five touchdowns on 48 carries in a 34-32 loss to Rockmart.

 

*Pickens RB Shannon Brooks rushed for 301 yards and six touchdowns on 30 carries and caught four passes for 98 yards and a touchdown in a 62-40 victory over previously unbeaten Southeast Whitfield.

 

Lines of distinction

*Carver of Atlanta's offensive line of Jeremiah AbbyMichael BentleyMichael BraswellArtis Grier and Deion Walker paved the way for 318 rushing yards in a 33-29 victory over Creekside. Carver's winning drive in the fourth quarter went 65 yards, all on the ground. Gregory Payton (132) and Quintin Gates (123) each had more than 100 yards rushing.

 

*Douglas County's offense line of LT Davon Williams, LGs Henry Hunt and Zach Goodson, C Cedric Price, RG Emardre Brownand RT Travis Booker led the way for 549 yards in total offense in a 40-30 victory over South Cobb. QB Malik Oliver rushed for 163 yards and passed for 220.

 

*Westlake had 280 yards and four touchdowns rushing and 400 yards of total offense behind the offensive line of LT Dante Hindsman, LG Jalen Daniels, C Allen Houston, RG Drew Rocker and RT Taveres Tate in a 46-13 victory over Newnan.

 

*Wilkinson County's offense line of LT Tig Redd, LT Tyler Williams, C Trae Coats, RG Orlando Todd, RT Mason Beckand TE Gary Burns paved the way for 483 yards rushing in a 44-26 victory over Twiggs County. Sophomore RB Akeem Jacksonhad 210 yards rushing and 57 receiving.

 

Best of the rest

*Alpharetta DE Andrew Butcher had 9.5 tackles, three for losses, and forced a fumble in a 39-0 victory over Centennial.

 

*Aquinas DL William Evans had four tackles for losses in a 55-27 victory over Georgia Military College.

 

*Benedictine WR Brad Stewart had seven catches for 205 yards and two touchdowns in a 42-0 victory over Jeff Davis.

 

*Brooks County QB Demontay Jones threw for 232 yards and five touchdowns in a 42-13 victory over Seminole County.

 

*Calhoun LB/TE Jireh Wilson had 12 tackles, five for losses, a sack and a forced fumble on defense and three pancake blocks on just 12 plays on offense in a 55-13 victory over Sonoraville.

 

*Callaway WR/DB Terry Godwin rushed for 140 yards and three touchdowns on nine carries and was 7-of-13 passing for 129 yards and a touchdown in a 37-21 victory over Cedartown.

 

*Carver (Atlanta) DB/WR Aaron Williams had 12 solo tackles and caught a 22-yard TD pass in a 32-29 victory over Creekside.

 

*Central Gwinnett QB Eric Forrest was 23-of-37 passing for 327 yards and three touchdowns in a 32-0 victory over Brookwood. Central broke a 15-game losing streak to Brookwood.

 

*Chattahoochee WR Isaac Kinsey had six catches for 163 yards and three touchdowns and rushed for 49 yards and a touchdown in a 28-19 victory over Johns Creek.

 

*Colquitt County WR Kiel Pollard had six receptions for 110 yards and three touchdowns and returned a punt 35 yards for a touchdown in a 58-14 victory over previously unbeaten Lee County.

 

*Drew RB Marquis Terry rushed for 202 yards and three touchdowns on 16 carries in a 54-18 victory over Morrow.

 

*Druid Hills RB Hasaan Enis rushed for 180 yards and two touchdowns on 13 carries in a 20-19 victory over M.L. King.

 

*Emanuel County Institute RB Michael Sutton rushed for 240 yards (197 in the first half) and three touchdowns on 23 carries in a 32-27 victory over Johnson County.

 

*Etowah sophomore RB/DB Tyray Devezin, starting on offense for injured brother and 1,000-yard rusher Raishod Devezin, rushed for 289 yards on 16 carries and made four tackles and broke up two passes on defense in a 48-14 victory over Lassiter.

 

*Fayette County MLB Tyler Brown had a team-leading nine solo tackles, one for a loss, and forced a fumble in a 33-7 victory over Carrollton.

 

*Gilmer RB Russell Cochran rushed for 154 yards on 32 carries and scored a touchdown in a 33-30 win over Northwest Whitfield.

 

*Greater Atlanta Christian RB Micah Abernathy rushed for 157 yards and returned a kickoff 95 yards for a touchdown in a 37-7 victory over Pace Academy.

 

*Griffin RB Malik Miller rushed for 131 yards and three touchdowns and caught three passes for 79 yards in a 48-16 victory over Mount Zion (Jonesboro).

 

*Lamar County sophomore LB Andruw O'Neal returned interceptions 46 and 66 yards for touchdowns in 21-19 victory over Bleckley County.

 

*Loganville sophomore RB Darryl Giles had 296 yards rushing and two touchdowns on 24 carries in a 35-24 victory over Cedar Shoals.

 

*Lumpkin County sophomore QB Zack Matthews rushed for 300 yards and four touchdowns and was 2-of-4 passing for 32 yards in a 34-20 victory over Fannin County. Matthews has 1,075 yards rushing on the season.

 

*Macon County sophomore QB K'hari Lane was 12-of-18 passing for 315 yards and five touchdowns and scored a touchdown in a 50-18 victory over Monticello.

 

*Marion County DB/WR Lorenzo Smothers scored four touchdowns, two rushing and two receiving, and had 175 yards from scrimmage and intercepted a pass in 41-24 victory over Brookstone.

 

*Mill Creek DB Chase Turner returned an interception 90 yards and a fumble 22 yards, both for touchdowns, in a 55-7 victory over Mountain View.

 

*Mitchell County QB/DB Troy Chester was 11-of-16 passing for 226 yards and rushed for 129 yards on five carries in a 57-6 victory over Baconton Charter.

 

*Mount Paran Christian RB Dorian Walker rushed for 161 yards and three touchdowns on 12 carries in a 58-0 victory over Walker.

 

*Newton LB A.J. Palomino had 13 tackles and forced two fumbles in a 33-7 victory over Alcovy.

 

*North Paulding QB Kyle Banks was 31-of-58 passing for 406 yards and five touchdowns in a 72-46 loss to Hillgrove. TE Dylan Autenrieth (10 catches, 116 yards, two touchdowns) and WRJustin Chavin (6-110-3) each had more than 100 yards receiving.

 

*Northeast (Macon) RB Korey Denson scored four touchdowns and had 275 all-purpose yards in a 36-0 victory over Putnam County.

 

*Northwest Whitfield MLB Austin Morrison had 29 tackles in a 33-30 loss to Gilmer. Morrison has 144 tackles on the season, five short of the school record.

 

*Parkview DB Jean-Charles Adou had 10 tackles, four for losses and a sack, in a 42-3 victory over Berkmar.

 

*Rockmart RB Jermonte Thompson rushed for 233 yards and four touchdowns in a 34-32 victory over Pepperell.

 

*Riverside Military LB Cole Garcia had 17 tackles, three behind the line, in a 13-10 loss to Washington-Wilkes. Riverside is allowing only 14 points per game.

 

*Roswell sophomore RB Sheldon Evans rushed for 242 yards and four touchdowns in a 44-21 victory over Pope.

 

*Rutland QB Timori Northcutt rushed for 192 yards and a touchdown, passed for 100 yards and two touchdowns and returned a kickoff 75 yards for a touchdown in a 59-42 victory over Southwest.

 

*St. Pius DE Chris Benjamin had seven solo tackles, four assists and a forced fumble in St. Pius territory in a 10-9 victory over Marist.

 

*Screven County QB Donta Wilburn rushed for 115 yards and a touchdown on 10 carries and was 6-of-11 passing for 83 yards and a score in a 28-21 victory over East Laurens.

 

*Shaw QB B.J. Knight was 17-of-31 passing for 318 yards and four touchdowns in a 43-6 victory over Columbus.

 

*South Forsyth PK Alex Barbir was 4-for-4 on field goals (56, 52,44 and 20 yards), 3-for-3 on extra points and put six of eight kickoffs in the end zone in a 33-8 victory over Northview.

 

*Southwest DeKalb DB Abdur Rahman-Yasin intercepted two passes in a 9-7 victory over Miller Grove.

 

*Taylor County freshman RB Lyn J. Dixon rushed for 330 yards and five touchdowns in a 39-28 victory over Central of Talbotton.

 

*Walnut Grove LB Scott Martin had 13 tackles, two sacks, two other stops behind the line and a forced fumble in a 19-14 victory over Henry County. Walnut Grove held Henry County to 104 total yards and forced four turnovers.

 

*Wayne County QB Nick Belz was 13-of-16 passing for 291 yards and seven touchdowns - all in the first half - in a 62-0 victory over Windsor Forest.

 

*West Hall had three wingbacks with more than 100 yards rushing - Tyquan Statham (194), Jay Crawford (120) and Kwon Williams (101) - in a 51-22 victory over East Hall.

 

*Westminster RB Zay Malcome rushed for 182 yards and three touchdowns and scored on a 70-yard punt return in a 52-14 victory over Decatur.

 

*Westover RB Qundez Carter rushed for 254 yards and scored four touchdowns in a 33-6 victory Americus-Sumter.

 

*Westside (Macon) QB Marcell Williams threw five TD passes - all in the first half - and finished 10-of-16 for 232 yards in a 36-7 victory over Jordan.

 

*Woodward Academy QB Jes Sutherland was 18-of-24 passing for 347 yards and four touchdowns in a 42-24 victory over Troup.

 

*Worth County HB/LB Zytavious Anderson rushed for 240 yards and two touchdowns on 21 carries in a 48-28 victory over Bainbridge.

 

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Region Standing: Class AAAAA

Region 1-AAAAA

Team

Reg.

All

Last week

This week*

Carver (Columbus)

2-0

5-1

d. LaGrange 56-31

at Shaw (K)

Harris County

2-0

4-2

d. Hardaway 42-14

vs. Columbus

Shaw

2-1

4-3

d. Columbus 43-6

vs. Carver, Col. (K)

LaGrange

2-1

3-4

l. to Carver, Col. 56-31

Does not play

Northside (Col.)

1-1

2-4

Did not play

at Hardaway (Thu., K)

Columbus

0-3

2-5

l. to Shaw 43-6

at Harris Co.

Hardaway

0-3

0-7

l. to Harris Co. 42-14

vs. N'side, Col. (Thu., K)

GHSF Daily's projected playoff teams: 1. Carver (Columbus), 2. Harris County, 3. LaGrange, 4. Northside (Columbus)

 

Region 2-AAAAA

Team

Reg.

All

Last week

This week

Houston County

4-1

5-1

d. Cross Creek 51-12

vs. Jones Co. (Thu., MT)

Jones County

4-1

5-1

Did not play

at Houston (Thu., MT)

Northside (W.R.)

4-1

5-1

Did not play

vs. Warner Robins (MT)

Warner Robins

4-1

4-2

Did not play

at Northside, W.R. (MT)

Evans

3-2

4-2

Did not play

vs. Richmond Academy

Lakeside (Evans)

3-2

3-3

Did not play

at Grovetown

Grovetown

2-3

3-3

d. Greenbrier 48-28

vs. Lakeside, Evans

Richmond Academy

1-4

1-4-1

Did not play

at Evans

Cross Creek

0-5

1-5

l. to Houston Co. 51-12

vs. Greenbrier

Greenbrier

0-5

1-5

l. to Grovetown 48-28

at Cross Creek

Projected playoff teams: 1. Jones County, 2. Northside (Warner Robins), 3. Houston County, 4. Warner Robins

 

Region 3-AAAAA

Team

Reg.

All

Last week

This week

Ware County

4-0

6-0

d. Glynn Academy 42-21

vs. Effingham Co.

Coffee

4-1

6-1

d. S. Effingham 35-28

vs. Brunswick

Brunswick

3-1

4-2

Did not play

at Coffee

Effingham County

3-2

5-2

d. Bradwell Inst.30-12

at Ware Co.

Glynn Academy

3-2

4-3

l. to Ware Co. 42-21

Does not play

South Effingham

1-3

2-4

l. to Coffee 35-28

at Richmond Hill

Statesboro

1-3

1-5

d. Richmond Hill 14-13

at Bradwell Institute

Richmond Hill

1-4

2-4

l. to Statesboro 14-13

vs. South Effingham

Bradwell Institute

0-4

0-6

l. to Effingham Co. 30-12

vs. Statesboro

Projected playoff teams: 1. Ware County, 2, Coffee, 3. Glynn Academy, 4. Brunswick

 

Region 4-AAAAA

Division A

Team

Reg.

All

Last week

This week

Mundy's Mill

4-0

5-2

d. Forest Park 41-7

vs. Drew (TO)

Drew

3-0

5-1

d. Morrow 54-18

at Mundy's Mill (TO)

Northgate

2-1

3-3

Did not play

at Forest Park (T)

Starr's Mill

2-1

3-3

d. McIntosh 42-7

vs. Morrow (Thu.)

McIntosh

1-3

2-5

l. to Starr's Mill 42-7

Does not play

Forest Park

0-3

0-6

l. to Mundy's Mill 41-7

vs. Northgate (T)

Morrow

0-4

1-6

l. to Drew 54-18

at Starr's Mill (Thu.)

Division B

Team

Reg.

All

Last week

This week

Woodland (Stock.)

1-1

5-1

Did not play

vs. Union Grove

Luella

1-1

4-2

Did not play

at Dutchtown

Stockbridge

1-1

4-2

Did not play

at Ola

Ola

1-1

3-3

Did not play

vs. Stockbridge

Dutchtown

1-1

2-4

Did not play

vs. Luella

Union Grove

1-1

2-4

Did not play

at Woodland, Stock.

Projected playoff teams: 1. Mundy's Mill, 2. Stockbridge, 3. Drew, 4. Luella

 

Region 5-AAAAA

Team

Reg.

All

Last week

This week

Allatoona

6-0

7-0

d. New Manchester 28-7

at Hiram

Alexander

4-1

5-1

d. Hiram 40-35

at Villa Rica

South Paulding

4-1

5-1

d. Paulding Co. 42-29

vs. Chapel Hill

Hiram

3-2

4-2

l. to Alexander 40-35

vs. Allatoona

East Paulding

2-3

3-3

d. Chapel Hill 27-7

vs. Lithia Springs

New Manchester

2-3

3-3

l. to Allatoona 28-7

vs. Paulding Co.

Paulding County

2-3

3-3

l. to S. Paulding 42-29

at New Manchester

Villa Rica

2-4

3-4

d. Lithia Springs 27-20

vs. Alexander

Lithia Springs

1-4

1-5

l. to Villa Rica 27-20

at East Paulding

Chapel Hill

0-5

0-6

l. to East Paulding 27-7

at South Paulding

Projected playoff teams: 1. Allatoona, 2. South Paulding, 3. Alexander, 4. Hiram

Region 6-AAAAA

Division A

Team

Reg.

All

Last week

This week

Druid Hills

2-0

4-2

d. M.L. King 20-19

vs. Stephenson (A)

Southwest DeKalb

2-0

4-2

d. Miller Grove 9-7

vs. Dunwoody (PV)

Stephenson

2-0

4-2

d. Dunwoody 54-7

at Druid Hills (A)

Dunwoody

0-2

3-3

l. to Stephenson 54-7

at SW DeKalb (PV)

Miller Grove

0-2

3-3

l. to SW DeKalb 9-7

at M.L. King (HS)

M.L. King

0-2

0-6

l. to Druid Hills 20-19

vs. Miller Grove (HS)

Clarkston

 

0-7

l. to Thomson 53-7

at Cross Keys (ND)

Division B

Team

Reg.

All

Last week

This week

Carver (Atlanta)

2-0

6-1

d. Creekside 32-29

Does not play

Creekside

1-1

5-2

l. to Carver, Atl. 32-29

at Tri-Cities

Tri-Cities

1-1

4-2

d. Banneker 21-7

vs. Creekside

Mays

0-1

4-2

Did not play

at Banneker

Banneker

0-1

0-6

l. to Tri-Cities 21-7

vs. Mays

Projected playoff teams: 1. Carver (Atlanta), 2. Stephenson, 3. Creekside, 4. Mays

 

Region 7-AAAAA

Division A

Team

Reg.

All

Last week

This week

Dalton

4-0

6-1

d. Rome 63-17

vs. River Ridge

Creekview

3-1

3-4

d. Woodland, Cart. 34-0

vs. Sequoyah

Sequoyah

2-1

2-4

d. Cass 21-3

at Creekview

Rome

1-2

1-4

l. to Dalton 63-17

at Woodland, Cartersville

River Ridge

1-2

3-3

Did not play

at Dalton

Cass

1-3

3-4

l. to Sequoyah 21-3

Does not play

Woodland (Carters.)

0-3

0-6

l. to Creekview 34-0

vs. Rome

Division B

Team

Reg.

All

Last week

This week

Sprayberry

4-0

5-2

d. Cambridge 31-7

vs. Forsyth Central

Kell

3-0

6-0

Did not play

at Riverwood

Forsyth Central

2-1

4-2

d. North Atlanta 7-0

at Sprayberry

Cambridge

1-2

4-2

l. to Sprayberry 31-7

vs. North Springs

North Springs

1-2

1-5

d. Riverwood 24-17

at Cambridge

Riverwood

1-3

4-3

l. to North Springs 24-17

vs. Kell

North Atlanta

0-4

1-6

l. to Forsyth Central 7-0

Does not play

Projected playoff teams: 1. Kell, 2. Dalton, 3. Sprayberry, 4. Cambridge

 

Region 8-AAAAA

Team

Reg.

All

Last week

This week

Lanier

5-0

6-0

d. Gainesville 26-23

at Heritage, Conyers

Gainesville

4-1

4-2

l. to Lanier 26-23

vs. Clarke Central

Salem

4-1

4-2

Did not play

at Loganville

Loganville

3-2

4-2

d. Cedar Shoals 35-24

vs. Salem

Winder-Barrow

3-2

3-3

Did not play

vs. Cedar Shoals

Clarke Central

3-2

3-3

d. Flowery Branch 32-12

at Gainesville

Heritage (Conyers)

2-3

2-4

Did not play

vs. Lanier

Flowery Branch

1-4

2-4

l. to Clarke Central 32-12

at Apalachee

Cedar Shoals

0-5

0-6

l. to Loganville 35-24

at Winder-Barrow

Apalachee

0-5

0-6

Did not play

vs. Flowery Branch

Projected playoff teams: 1. Lanier, 2. Gainesville, 3. Salem, 4. Winder-Barrow

 

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 Friday unless noted.

Stadium key: A - Adams; HS - Hallford; K - Kinnett; MT - McConnell-Talbert; ND - North DeKalb; PV - Panthersville; T - Tara; TO - Twelve Oaks

 

 

 

 

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Region streaks

Marist's 22-game winning streak in region games ended last week when the War Eagles lost to St. Pius 10-9 in a 6-AAAA contest. Here are the longest active winning streaks of games that count in region standings. Note that Eagle's Landing Christian, despite a 1-6 overall record, won its 32nd consecutive region game last week against Strong Rock Christian in 5-A. ELCA's next opponent is No. 9 Landmark Christian. Also, Buford would have had 30 without two forfeits in 2012.

 

90 - Calhoun
52 - Carver (Columbus)
43 - Sandy Creek
35 - Lovejoy
32 - Eagle's Landing Christian
27 - Ware County
24 - Lamar County
24 - Burke County
19 - Heard County
18 - Cartersville
18 - Callaway
18 - Alpharetta

Trivia

Camden County's streak of weeks in the AJC's Top 10 ended this week at 50. The week before, North Gwinnett's streak of 87 weeks in the Top 10 was ended. Which other perennially strong school had its 58-week streak ended this year after losing in the Corky Kell Classic? (Answer Wednesday)

 

Answer to Monday's question: Luther Welsh was Camden County's head coach in 1993, the last time until this year that the school lost two games that counted in the region standings.

 

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

 

Roger Holmes, Dublin

1. Who is/was the most influential person in your coaching career? "Herschel Moore. I worked as an assistant for him for six years. He was a tremendous innovator in the Wing-T offense."

 

2. Who is the best Georgia player you ever faced? "J.K. Sabb from Laney. We played his team in the Georgia Dome in 2002. He had played mostly one way the entire season, and in the semifinal game, he went both ways at linebacker and tailback. He simply was a one-man wrecking crew on both sides of the ball. He eventually started having cramping issues in the fourth quarter and overtime, and we were able to get out with a win."

 

3. What is the best team you ever faced as a coach? "The 2008 Buford team we faced in the semifinals in the Georgia Dome. They blended size and speed on the offensive side of the ball, with Cody Getz leading the charge. Their O-line averaged about 265 pounds across the front. Their defensive side of the ball had eight players that signed to play at the next level, most of them at the D-I level. Combined with the great coaching of Jess Simpson and his staff, they would be the best."

 

4. If you were Gary Phillips, the new head of the GHSA, what would be the first rule that you would try to change? "I think the problem of disparity lies with schools with open zones in highly populated areas. I think schools should be classified as selective enrollment or non-selective enrollment, and if you use certain criteria to allow students to attend your school, you should take the enrollment of the students in grades 9-12 in your county and divide the total student population by number of schools in the county, and that is your GHSA enrollment number. Any student that is enrolled that is out of zone should be multiplied by two for all schools."

 

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Corrections

East Rome had a 32-game winning streak from 1977-79. Buford had a 32-game winning streak from 2007-09. We had the years reversed for those schools in Monday's Daily List. ... Darlington has played against Top 10 teams from Floyd County before the Model game on Friday. What we should have said is that Darlington has not played a Top 10 team from Floyd while also ranked.