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Tuesday November 18, 2014

Second-Round Preview: Class AAAAA

Mays at Ware County

When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Memorial Stadium, Waycross

Records, rankings: Mays is 9-2, the No. 3 seed from Region 6-AAAAA and No. 7; Ware County is 11-0, the No. 1 seed from 3-AAAAA and No. 1.

Last meeting: This is the teams' first meeting.

Three things to know: 1. Mays is in the second round for the second consecutive season but is trying to reach the quarterfinals for the first time in school history. A victory would put Ware County in the quarterfinals for the fifth straight year. 2. Mays' Asahnia Aderhold threw the winning touchdown pass and a two-point conversion with three minutes remaining, and the Raiders made a goal-line stand in the final minute of a 26-19 victory in the first round against South Paulding. Aderhold was 7-for-19 passing for 110 yards. Charlie Patrick rushed for 93 yards and a TD on 16 carries. 3. Ware County runs the ball about 80 percent of the time. Dedrick Mills is the leading rusher with 56 carries for 563 yards and seven touchdowns, but Jarvis Belcher (61-499-5), Raekwon Chatman (56-447-6) and Laban Faulk (56-427-2) are significant contributors. Mills scored a third-quarter TD as the Gators outscored Starr's Mill 28-0 over the final 15 minutes to pull away for a 45-10 win in the first round.

Maxwell Ratings' projection: Ware County by 9

Winner plays: Jones County/Kell winner


Jones County at Kell

When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, C.J. Kell Stadium, Marietta

Records, rankings: Jones County is 9-2, the No. 3 seed from Region 2-AAAAA and unranked; Kell is 11-0, the No. 1 seed from 7-AAAAA and No. 3.

Last meeting: This is the teams' first meeting.

Three things to know: 1. Jones County's 13-12 victory over Carver of Columbus in the first round was its first win in the state playoffs since beating Hephzibah 16-7 in the first round in 2001. The Greyhounds had been 0-3 in the playoffs since then. Kell has won five consecutive first-round games since a 14-7 loss to Peachtree Ridge in 2009. 2. Jones County's 215 total yards against Carver were its fewest of the season. QB Bradley Hunnicutt was 16-for-35 passing for 144 yards, giving him 2,299 yards for the season, but was held without a touchdown pass for only the second time this year. Leading rusher Chandler Ramage ran for 74 yards on 19 carries, but the team finished with a total of 71 yards on 25 carries. Terrell Solomon's 3-yard run on his only carry was the only touchdown against Carver. 3. Kell ran the ball about 60 percent of the time during the regular season, but the yardage totals were about even (2,036 rushing, 1,953 passing). In the Longhorns' 31-7 victory against Winder-Barrow last week, Ivan Walls (783 yards in the regular season) had touchdown runs of 33, 3 and 26 yards in the first half. Cameron Rosendahl threw a touchdown pass to Julian Change.

Maxwell Ratings' projection: Kell by 4

Winner plays: Mays/Ware County winner


Stephenson at Stockbridge

When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Tiger Stadium, Stockbridge

Records, rankings: Stephenson is 8-3, the No. 2 seed from Region 6-AAAAA and No. 10; Stockbridge is 9-2, the No. 1 seed from 4-AAAAA and unranked.

Last meeting: This is the teams' first meeting.

Three things to know: 1. A victory would give Stephenson its fifth consecutive season with nine victories, but the Jaguars have advanced to the quarterfinals just once during that stretch. Stockbridge did not make the state playoffs in the program's first 46 years but is now in for the fifth consecutive year. 2. Stephenson rushed for 515 yards and four touchdowns and built a 27-0 lead before holding off Alexander 41-27 in the first round. Ivonte Patterson led the Jaguars in the regular season with 1,038 yards and 16 touchdowns on 101 carries (10.3 ypc), and Cortese Logan had 658 yards and four TDs. QB Dewann Ford completed two passes against Alexander, but they went for TDs of 48 and 52 yards. 3. Stockbridge finished fourth in AAAAA scoring defense during the regular season, giving up 13.8 points per game. The only points the Tigers allowed in a 36-6 victory against Brunswick in the first round came on a 55-yard interception return. Stockbridge also got points from its defense on a 75-yard interception return and a blocked punt that produced a safety.

Maxwell Ratings' projection: Stephenson by 3

Winner plays: Sequoyah/Houston County winner


Sequoyah at Houston County

When, where: 7:30 p.m. Saturday, McConnell-Talbert Stadium, Warner Robins

Records, rankings: Sequoyah is 6-5, the No. 4 seed from Region 7-AAAAA and unranked; Houston County is 9-2, the No. 2 seed from 2-AAAAA and unranked.

Last meeting: This is the teams' first meeting.

Three things to know: 1. Sequoyah is the only No. 4 seed remaining in Class AAAAA after shocking fifth-ranked Lanier 24-21 in the first round, winning on Ethan Riggle's 20-yard field goal in the closing seconds. It was the fourth consecutive victory for the Chiefs, who were 2-5 after seven games, and their first playoff win since 2008. Trey Mitchell, who rushed for 1,091 yards in the regular season, had 141 yards and two touchdowns against Lanier. 2. Houston County, which averages 274.3 yards passing and 205.5 rushing, had a season-high 628 yards in a 55-34 victory against LaGrange last week. QB Jake Fromm is the leading passer in AAAAA with 2,910 yards, including 358 against LaGrange. The Bears also have a 1,000-yard rusher (Kenny Gant, 1,371 yards) and 1,000-yard receiver (Darion Anderson, 1,032 yards). 3. James Teter has had just three losing seasons in 13 years as coach at Dunwoody and Sequoyah, but this is only the second time he has taken a team beyond the first round. His 2008 Dunwoody team went 12-1 and reached the AAA quarterfinals. Houston County had not reached the second round since 2006 and can tie the school record for victories this week.

Maxwell Ratings' projection: Houston County by 11

Winner plays: Stephenson/Stockbridge winner


Glynn Academy at Creekside

When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Arrowhead Stadium, Fairburn

Records, rankings: Glynn Academy is 8-3, the No. 3 seed from Region 3-AAAAA and unranked; Creekside is 9-2, the No. 1 seed from 6-AAAAA and No. 6.

Last meeting: Creekside won 33-10 in the first round of the 2006 Class AAAA playoffs.

Three things to know: 1. Glynn Academy, in its first season under former Walton coach Rocky Hidalgo, won a state playoff game last week for just the third time since its last trip to the quarterfinals in 1972. Creekside, the defending state champion, is averaging 46.8 points per game during its current six-game playoff winning streak. 2. Glynn Academy trailed 28-13 in the fourth quarter before rallying to beat Drew 35-34 in overtime in the first round. Drew scored a touchdown on its overtime possession but had the extra-point attempt blocked. The Terrors answered with a TD and won on Scout Churchwell's PAT. Garrison Hurd scored all three touchdowns for Glynn Academy in the fourth quarter and overtime. 3. Creekside has been more of a running team this year than it was during its 2013 championship season. The workhorse has been Bricen Terry, whose 1,448 yards in the regular season were the fifth-most in Class AAAAA. The Seminoles ran for more than 400 yards in their 44-27 victory over New Manchester in the first round. It was Creekside's second-highest point total of the season.

Maxwell Ratings' projection: Creekside by 12

Winner plays: Dalton/Northside-Warner Robins winner


Dalton at Northside (Warner Robins)

When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, McConnell-Talbert Stadium, Warner Robins

Records, rankings: Dalton is 9-2, the No. 2 seed from Region 7-AAAAA and unranked; Northside is 10-1, the No. 1 seed from 2-AAAAA and No. 8.

Last meeting: This is the teams' first meeting.

Three things to know: 1. Northside improved to 10-1 with its first-round victory, extending its state-record streak of consecutive 10-win seasons to 17. Dalton holds the state record for most consecutive non-losing seasons with 52 (1959-2010), although the Catamounts haven't advanced past the second round of the playoffs since 2005. 2. Dalton gave up 299 yards, including 250 passing, but kept Salem out of the end zone in a 23-6 first-round victory. The Catamounts welcomed the return of safety Eder Mora, who was among the team's leading tacklers but hadn't played since Sept. 26 because of broken foot. Kelvis Rhodes, who missed practice time with an illness last week, rushed for 145 yards and two touchdowns on 10 carries, according to the Dalton Citizen. 3. Northside had the most lopsided victory of any Class AAAAA team in the first round, winning 48-0 against Northside of Columbus. The Eagles' Willie Jordan, who rushed for 1,440 yards during the regular season, finished with 132 yards and four touchdowns in the victory.

Maxwell Ratings' projection: Northside by 6

Winner plays: Glynn Academy/Creekside winner


Coffee at Allatoona

When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Buccaneer Stadium, Acworth

Records, rankings: Coffee is 10-1, the No. 2 seed from Region 3-AAAAA and No. 2; Allatoona is 11-0, the No. 1 seed from 5-AAAAA and No. 4.

Last meeting: This is the teams' first meeting.

Three things to know: 1. Coffee reached the 10-win mark for just the fourth time in school history and the first time since 1982 with its 14-6 victory against Mundy's Mill in the first round. Coffee dropped down to AAAAA this season after playing in the highest classification the past 26 years. Allatoona has won at least 11 games in three of the past four seasons and has an all-time playoff record of 5-4. 2. Demetrius Davis led Coffee in the regular season with 812 yards and 10 touchdowns rushing on 122 carries, but three other players (Lacarvius Sears, Chris Swinson and QB Tyree Paulk) had at least 55 carries, 404 yards and six touchdowns. Sears and Swinson scored the Trojans' touchdowns against Mundy's Mill, which held Coffee to its lowest point total of the season. 3. Allatoona's Russell Halimon is the leading rusher in Class AAAAA with 1,900 yards. He ran for 219 yards and two touchdowns on 38 carries in the first round in a 35-7 victory against Carver of Atlanta. It was the defense, however, that stood out against Carver. Allatoona held the Panthers to 96 yards in the first three quarters and 185 total yards. LB Will Kemp leads the team in tackles and tackles for losses.

Maxwell Ratings' projection: Allatoona by 11

Winner plays: Gainesville/Harris County winner


Gainesville at Harris County

When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Tiger Stadium, Hamilton

Records, rankings: Gainesville is 9-2, the No. 2 seed from Region 8-AAAAA and unranked; Harris County is 9-2, the No. 1 seed from 1-AAAAA and No. 9.

Last meeting: Gainesville won 64-13 in the 2012 Class AAAAA quarterfinals.

Three things to know: 1. Gainesville (Region 8) and Harris County (Region 1) are the only teams from their regions to survive the first round. Harris County, in its first season under former Jones County coach Dwight Jones, can set the school record for victories in a season with a win this week. Gainesville coach Bruce Miller has taken his teams to the quarterfinals or beyond seven times in his 13 seasons with the Red Elephants. 2. Gainesville survived a back-and-forth contest and escaped with a 42-37 victory against Creekview last week. QB Mikey Gonzalez was the second-leading passer in Class AAAAA during the regular season with 2,454 yards, but he was held to 130 by the Grizzlies. Michael Byrd made up the difference, rushing for a season-high 217 yards on 26 carries. 3. Harris County's Easton Hart blocked a 44-yard field goal attempt with 13 seconds remaining to preserve the Tigers' 33-31 victory against Warner Robins in the first round. Harris County is led by two 1,000-yard rushers. RB Tae Crowder had 1,242 yards during the regular season, and QB TaQuon Marshall ran for 1,217 yards and 11 TDs. Marshall also passed for 1,034 yards and 15 scores.

Maxwell Ratings' projection: Harris County by 2

Winner plays: Coffee/Allatoona winner


Coming Wednesday: Class AAAAA

All-Region Teams

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Offensive player of the year: Preston Williams, Lovejoy

Defensive player of the year: Maurice Williams, Tucker



QB - Romario Johnson, Newton

RB - Kellyen Walker, Lakeside (Atlanta)

RB - Delvin Weems, Tucker

WR - Deandre Huff, Newton

WR - T.J. Warren, Rockdale County

TE - Jonathan Ledbetter, Tucker

G - Darien Conley, Lovejoy

G - Vinny Jengelly, Newton

T - Michael Horton, Lakeside (Atlanta)

T - Rashaan Crawford, Tucker

C - Randy Robinson, Lovejoy

C - Blake Davis, Lovejoy

AP - Devin Williams, Rockdale County

PK - Jose Perez, Lovejoy



DL - Jashawn Grant, Lovejoy

DL - Tabarius Peterson, Tucker

DL - Jaquan Henderson, Newton

DL - Toryan Bell, Lovejoy

LB - D.J. Clennon, Rockdale County

LB - A.J. Palomino, Newton

LB - Elijah Sullivan, Tucker

DB - D'Anthony Bell, Alcovy

DB - Duke Shelley, Tucker

DB - Akeam Peters, Tucker

DB - Montrell Custis, Lovejoy

AP - Darrell Paterson, Lakeside (Atlanta)

AP - Keijne Thomas, Rockdale County

P - Joshua Vann, Tucker


Honorable mention: T Nuka Yobo, Newton; WR Davonta Jones, Newton; WR Khamari Robinson, Newton; QB Zuri Mennifield, Rockdale County; WR Tarjee Steele, Rockdale County; RB Kenyon Kelley, Alcovy; Ryan Karp, Alcovy; QB Quintarius Neely, Lovejoy; WR Tremaine Dillard, Lovejoy; WR Malik Route, Lovejoy; TE Brandon Knight, Lovejoy; OG Mike Jones, Lovejoy; DL Chris Henderson, Lovejoy; DL Macai Bruce, Lovejoy; DL Jazztin Jefferson, Alcovy; LB Imani Heslop, Lakeside (Atlanta); LB Darnell Jefferies, Alcovy; LB Mike Murray, Rockdale County; LB Chauncey Jackson, Lovejoy; DB Steven Montac, Newton; DB Javarus Wesley, Lakeside; DB Treveyon Custis, Lovejoy; DB Malik Dawkins, Rockdale County




QB - Jakoby Meyers, Arabia Mountain, Sr.

RB - Xavier Shugars, Chamblee, Sr.

RB - Dalton Wilson, St. Pius, Sr.

WR - Marcus Gay, Arabia Mountain, Jr.

WR - Amyr Smith, Grady, Sr.

TE - Chris Burgess, Chamblee, Sr.

TE - Cameron Fannon, St. Pius, Sr.

OG - Temitayo Salam, Lithonia, Sr.

OG - Luke Stokes, St. Pius, Sr.

OT - Brandon Kemp, Columbia, Sr.

OT - Sage Hardin, Marist, Sr.

OT - Chad Nelson, St. Pius, Jr.

C - Jeremy Hand, Redan, Sr.



DT - Malik Paris, Redan, Jr.

DT - Andrew Jacon, St. Pius, Sr.

DE - Keenan Marr, Grady, Jr.

DE - Kenneth Brinson, Marist, Sr.

LB - Dante Ferguson, Arabia Mountain, Sr.

LB - Jack Kratzenberg, Marist, Sr.

LB - Travonte Bell, Redan, Sr.

LB - Forrest Whitlark, St. Pius, Sr.

CB - Jamond Glass, Grady, Sr.

CB - Grant Holloman, St. Pius, So.

S - Andre Brown, Columbia, Sr.

S - Brian O'Reilly, St. Pius, Sr.

ATH - Jabary Meyers, Arabia Mountain, Jr.


Special teams

PK - Joey Gogol, Marist, Sr.

P - Matthew Phillips, Redan, Sr.



Player of the year: Jordan Black, Vidalia

Offensive player of the year: Brad Stewart, Benedictine

Defensive player of the year: Nathan McBride, Vidalia

Special teams player of the year: Carlos Giron, Vidalia

Athlete of the year: Drell Greene, Bacon County


First-team offense

QB - Stevie Powers, Benedictine

RB - Devin Nixon, Groves

RB - Brendon Scott, Long County

RB - Tre Smith, Bryan County

RB - John Wesley Kennedy, Benedictine

FB - Jacob Carver, Bacon County

WR - Kajana Dixon, Bryan County

WR - Tron Folsom, Bacon County

WR - Joseph Holguin, Benedictine

WR - Tre' Scott, McIntosh County Academy

TE - Darvis Holmes, Long County

OL - Trevor Williams, Bacon County

OL - Glen Birkheimer, Vidalia

OL - Samuel Collins, Vidalia

OL - Michael Mays, Groves

OL - Brett Bacon, Bryan County

OL - Matt Neiport, McIntosh County Academy

OL - Matthew Voyles, Benedictine

OL - Deondre Reddick, Long County

PK - Brandon DeLoach, Benedictine


First-team defense

DL - Devin Johnson, Vidalia

DL - Josh Eason, Vidalia

DL - Jamal Stephens, Groves

DL - Mykoel Stanley, Long County

DL - A.J. Simmons, Bryan County

DL - Phillip Burke, Benedictine

LB - Nathan McLeod, Vidalia

LB - Camiron Hickson, Groves

LB - Hunter Bond, McIntosh County Academy

LB - Tru'Self Cooper, Benedictine

LB - Jack Muller, Benedictine

LB - Hunter Phillips, Jeff Davis

DB - Blake Corbett, Vidalia

DB - Shabarri Davis, Groves

DB - Dequan Glover, Long County

DB - Marcus Johnson, Bryan County

DB - Zach Scott, Benedictine

DB - Brandon Moran, McIntosh County Academy

P - Nic Crow, Jeff Davis


Second-team offense

QB - Jeremy McClendon, Bryan County

RB - Jaquarius Harrison, Long County

RB - Wenner Rodriguez, Jeff Davis

RB - Chance Jackson, Benedictine

RB - Dedrick Johnson, Vidalia

FB - Chris Harris, Benedictine

WR - Travon Johnson, Groves

WR - Taqiyy Smith, Groves

WR - MJ McCrae, McIntosh County Academy

WR - Anascio Washington, Bacon County

TE - Josh Rowell, Vidalia

OL - Eugene Anthony, Groves

OL - Akeem Peterson, Bacon County

OL - Michael Winn, Groves

OL - Josh Neagley, Bryan County

OL - Trenton Mathis, Jeff Davis

OL - Grayson Hulett, McIntosh County Academy

OL - Nick Tomlin, Vidalia

OL - Hayden Garvin, Vidalia

HM - Sanders Creech, Benedictine


Second-team defense

DL - Jay Jackson, Bacon County

DL - D.J. Owens, Benedictine

DL - Michael Abram, Long County

DL- Dijan Hamilton, Bryan County

DL - Jadarius McClendon, Vidalia

DL - Tyrik Myles, Jeff Davis

LB - Garrett Walters, Jeff Davis

LB - Dominique Mock, Bryan County

LB - Quantrell Yarbourogh, Vidalia

LB - Toney Gadson, Groves

LB - Jamin Davis, Long County

LB - Josh Williams, Benedictine

DB - Shon Jones, Vidalia

DB - Daniel Prescott, Groves

DB - Kolby Carter, Jeff Davis

DB - Drew Werntz, Benedictine

DB - Nathaniel Wyatt, Groves

DB - Devonte Batton, Bacon County



Oglesby Kicking Academy holds competition

The Cedric Oglesby Kicking Academy will hold its fall Georgia Kicking, Punting, and Snapping Competition on Nov. 30 at Grady Stadium in Atlanta. The Oglesby Academy, run by Georgia native and NFL place-kicker Cedric Oglesby, has trained more than 40 specialists who have gone on to play college football. For more information on the competition or to train with the Academy, see its website at


Fall Recruiting Fair in Atlanta 

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Lanier and Peach County lost in the first round Friday after 10-0 regular seasons. While it is no consolation, they are certainly not alone. It has happened 135 times since 1948 that a team has gone unbeaten and untied in the regular season, only to lose its first playoff game, according to the Georgia High School Football Historians Association. Here are those that have suffered that fate since 1996, when the state playoffs were expanded to 32 teams in each classification. Teams in parentheses are their opponents.


2014 Lanier (Sequoyah)

2014 Peach Co. (Appling Co.)

2012 Lassiter (Brookwood)

2011 Statesboro (Thomas Co. Central)

2010 Northside-W.R. (Whitewater)

2010 Lovejoy (Glynn Academy)

2010 Swainsboro (Brooks Co.)

2009 McEachern (Brookwood)

2008 Evans (Mt. Zion-Jones.)

2008 Jackson (Thomson)

2007 North Cobb (Peachtree Ridge)

2006 Fitzgerald (Bleckley Co.)

2006 ECI (Hawkinsville)

2005 Carrollton (M.L. King)

2005 Creekside (Upson-Lee)

2005 Jefferson Co. (Mary Persons)

2005 Tucker (SW DeKalb)

2004 McNair (Gainesville)

2004 North Clayton (NW Whitfield)

2003 Sandy Creek (Bainbridge)

2002 Lamar Co. (Albany)

2001 Camden Co. (Riverdale)

2001 Shaw (Crisp Co.)

2001 Tucker (Sequoyah)

2000 Pebblebrook (Washington)

1998 East Coweta (Houston Co.)

1998 Irwin Co. (Crawford Co.)

1998 Stephens Co. (Clarkston)


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Washington County scored 50 or more points for the seventh consecutive game last week in its 73-28 victory over Jackson of Atlanta. That ties Southeast Bulloch's 1972 streak for the second-longest in GHSA history. Which 2011 team holds the state record of eight in a row? (Answer Wednesday)


Answer to Monday's question: Brookwood was the other school, with Sequoyah, that has beaten two 10-0 opponents in the first round of the state playoffs since 1996, when the playoffs expanded to 32 teams in each class. Brookwood defeated Lassiter in 2012 and McEachern in 2009. Sequoyah beat Lanier in 2014 and Tucker in 2001.


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2. Who is the best Georgia player you ever faced? "I would have to say Greg Reid from Lowndes. I actually had to coach against him twice, once in the second round of the playoffs in '05 when I was at Union Grove and then again as a new startup program at Woodland. His versatility and speed was pretty special."


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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 honestly wouldn't want his job."


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Playoff Pairings


Second round

Etowah at Westlake

Central Gwinnett at Newton

Roswell at Hillgrove

Lee County at Archer

McEachern at Alpharetta

Grayson at Tucker

Hughes at Milton

Dacula at Colquitt County



Second round

Mays at Ware County

Jones County at Kell

Stephenson at Stockbridge

Sequoyah at Houston County

Glynn Academy at Creekside

Dalton at Northside, Warner Robins

Coffee at Allatoona

Gainesville at Harris County


Class AAAA

Second round

Sandy Creek at Wayne County

Baldwin at Cartersville

Marist at Griffin

Mary Persons at Buford

Eastside at St. Pius

Stephens County at West Laurens

Burke Co. at Woodward Academy

North Oconee at Cairo


Class AAA

Second round

Callaway at Washington County

Oconee County at Pierce County

Adairsville at Blessed Trinity

Dodge County at Jefferson

Cedar Grove at Calhoun

Appling County at Elbert County

Westminster at Central, Carrollton

Hart County at Cook


Class AA

Second round

Heard County at Screven County

Washington-Wilkes at Brooks County

Lovett at Macon County

Benedictine at Rabun County

Lamar County at GAC

Coosa at Vidalia

Pace Academy at Jefferson County

Model at Fitzgerald


Class A (public)

First round

Greenville at Marion County

ECI at Mount Zion, Carroll

Lincoln County at Charlton County

Jenkins County at Hawkinsville

Calhoun County at Mitchell County

Clinch County at Commerce

Dooly County at Claxton

Atkinson County at Irwin County


Class A (private)

First round

Christian Heritage at Calvary Day

Mount Pisgah at Landmark Christian

Athens Christian at ELCA

First Presbyterian at Prince Avenue

Stratford Academy at Mount Paran

Pacelli at Savannah Christian

Pinecrest Acad. at Tattnall Square

St. Francis at Aquinas







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Colquitt County will clinch Region 1-AAAAAA with a victory over Tift County this week. Screven County, not Swainsboro, will clinch Region 3-AA with a victory this week. We had those wrong in Monday's Daily List.