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Wednesday December 18, 2013


Saye It Ain't So

Newton over Lowndes was top surprise

Each Monday during the regular season, GHSF Daily published "Saye It Ain't So," a listing of the top 10 surprises of the weekend as ranked by Chip Saye.


It is important to understand what we consider a surprising result. Upsets certainly are a major part of the list each week, but they are by no means the only thing we consider.


Sometimes a team that we believe is the favorite wins, but the final score is a surprise because the margin of victory is either much greater or much less than we thought it would be. For example, GHSF Daily and the computer Maxwell Ratings both projected Creekside to defeat Tucker in the Class AAAAA championship game. However, Creekside's 24-point victory and 52 points scored were both surprises.


Other times, the fact that a team won at all is unusual, regardless of the opponent. Consider Jordan's 14-13 victory over Temple on Sept. 14. Beating a team that finished 1-9 wasn't an earth-shaking upset, but it was the Red Jackets' first victory since 2010 and broke a 26-game losing streak. We feel that games like those are worth noting.


Some games that looked like big surprises when they happened appear much less so now that the season has played out. Think of Alexander's 41-14 victory over Bremen on Aug. 24 that made our list the first week. Likewise, games that weren't ranked too highly at the time are now considered bigger surprises (Parkview's 28-21 win over Dacula on Oct. 11 was only No. 9 on our list that week but seems more of an upset now in light of Dacula's postseason success).


With those things in mind, here are our top 10 surprises of the 2013 season.


1. Newton 15, Lowndes 14: Newton's victory on Sept. 6 was the biggest upset of the season. Lowndes was ranked No. 7 in Class AAAAAA at the time and had beaten the Rams 31-0 the year before. Newton went on to finish 5-5 in the regular season and lost to McEachern 36-21 in the first round of the playoffs, while Lowndes finished the season 9-4 and lost to state champion Norcross in the quarterfinals. Newton and McEachern (twice) are the only non-region opponents to beat Lowndes in the regular season since the start of the 2008 season. The victory was Newton's most shocking since beating No. 1 Griffin 3-0 in 1977.


2. Carver (Columbus) 38, B.E.S.T. Academy 32: Carver escaped with a three-overtime victory in the first round and avoided what would have been one of the biggest upsets in playoff history. Carver came into the game 9-1 and ranked fourth in Class AA. B.E.S.T. Academy, in its second full season of varsity football, was 6-4 and playing its first playoff game. B.E.S.T. trailed 20-7 with less than eight minutes to play in regulation but had two chances to win it. The Eagles scored with 47 seconds left to tie it 20-20 but had the extra-point attempt blocked. Then, after tying the game 32-32 in the second OT, the Eagles missed another extra-point attempt that would have kept Carver out of the second round for the first time since 2005. Carver was eliminated in the quarterfinals by state champion Buford.


3. B.T. Washington, Fla. 55, Norcross 0: Norcross returned 16 starters from a team that went undefeated in winning the Class AAAAAA championship in 2012, so its 55-point setback on Aug. 24 was shocking. This loss combined with another one two weeks later (36-17 to North Gwinnett) dropped the Blue Devils out of the top 10 and had many believing they were no longer championship contenders. However, Norcross rebounded with 12 consecutive victories to claim its second state championship, avenging the loss to North Gwinnett in the final. Washington went 14-0, won a state championship in Florida and finished No. 1 in the country in several national rankings.


4. Aquinas 42, Lincoln Co. 14: Aquinas' victory on Oct. 11 wasn't an upset, but the margin was bigger than we thought it would be and it was surprising because it broke a 32-game losing streak against Lincoln County. Aquinas had not beaten the Red Devils since 1972. It also was perhaps the pivotal moment in Aquinas' season. This game ultimately decided the Region 7-A championship (Aquinas' first region title in school history) and launched the Fighting Irish to their first state championship (Class A private) and undefeated season. Lincoln County finished 7-4, its most losses since 2002, and lost in the first round of the public-school playoffs.


5. Bowdon 48, Washington-Wilkes 14: Washington-Wilkes was 11-0 and ranked No. 4 in Class AA when it rolled into a second-round playoff game against a team it had beaten 66-28 in the first round in 2012. But Bowdon rushed for 300 yards in the first half, taking a 35-7 lead, in what turned out to be one of the biggest upsets of the playoffs in any class. Bowdon, the runner-up to Heard County in Region 5-AA, was eliminated the following weekend by Brooks County and finished the season 11-2. The 11 victories for both teams were the most in a season for either school since 2005.


6. Griffin 32, Sandy Creek 26: It is no sign of disrespect to Griffin that this game made the list. It's just that Sandy Creek was the defending Class AAAA champion, had been ranked No. 1 all season and seemed certain to win its fourth state title in six years. But this loss on Nov. 29 ended the Patriots' season in the quarterfinals at 11-1-1. It was one of just four losses Sandy Creek has suffered in that six-year stretch. Griffin beat Wayne County 25-20 in the semifinals the following week and then routed Carrollton, the Region 5-AAAA runner-up behind Sandy Creek, 56-35 on Saturday in the highest-scoring championship game in state history.


7. New Manchester 41, North Paulding 30: New Manchester's victory on Sept. 6 was surprising at the time and seems more shocking now. The Jaguars went 2-8 in 2012 in their first varsity season and improved to 6-4 this year, but this was their only victory of the season against a team that finished with a winning record. It was the only loss of the regular season for North Paulding, which won the first region title in its six-year history and advanced to the Class AAAAA quarterfinals, losing to state champion Creekside to finish 11-2.


8. Meadowcreek 21, Habersham Central 14: Meadowcreek was just a nine-point underdog, according to the Maxwell Ratings, but its victory on Oct. 11 snapped a 53-game losing streak that was the second-longest in state history. The Mustangs got two defensive touchdowns in the first two minutes of the game and increased the lead to 21-0 in the first half. Meadowcreek hadn't won a game since a 24-14 victory against Duluth on Sept. 5, 2008. It was Meadowcreek's only victory of the season. Habersham Central finished 0-10 after going 1-9 in 2012, with its only win coming against the Mustangs.


9. Charlton County 42, Seminole County 0: Seminole County was 11-0, ranked No. 2 in the state and the No. 1 seed in the Class A public-school playoffs when it got blown out by ninth-seeded Charlton County, a team that went 6-4 in the regular season. Andrew Lee rushed for 169 yards in just his fifth game of the season after suffering a broken arm on the first day of practice. Charlton County led 21-0 at halftime and was never threatened. It was the first time all season that Seminole allowed more than 21 points in a game. Seminole County finished the regular season 10-0 for the second time in school history and tied the school record with 11 victories.


10. Pebblebrook 17, Southwest DeKalb 10: Southwest DeKalb opened the post-Buck Godfrey era on Aug. 30 with a loss to a Pebblebrook team that was 0-10 in 2012 and had lost 11 consecutive games. It was a sign of things to come for the Panthers, who finished 2-8 in Michael Tanks' first season. Southwest DeKalb's two victories came against Lakeside of Atlanta and North Atlanta, who were a combined 2-18. It was Southwest DeKalb's worst season since 1970, when it went 1-9 during the middle of Dewey Alverson's tenure as head coach. Pebblebrook beat Mountain View the following week but finished 3-7.

All-Region Teams

Please send all-region teams to GHSF Daily at We will publish any all-region team that we receive. GHSF Daily encourages those selecting and providing all-region teams to include each player's year in school. All-region players who are recognized as underclassmen have a better chance of being recruited and getting recognition on preseason all-area or all-state teams in 2014. 



Offensive player of the year: Deqavius Walker, Westside, Sr.

Defensive player of the year: Cortez Broughton, Veterans, Sr.

All-purpose player of the year: Akebren Ralls, Mary Persons, Sr.

Scholar-athlete of the year: Thomas Lowery, Mary Persons, Sr.

Coach of the year: David Bruce, Veterans


First-team offense

QB - Tajihea Chambers, Baldwin, Jr.

RB - Montez Cheney, Rutland, Sr.

RB - Kentavious Thomas, Baldwin, Jr.

TE - Chris Watts, Veterans, Sr.

WR - Jacari Mann, Westside, Sr.

WR - Shakenneth Williams, Rutland, Sr.

WR - Brandon Goodman, Baldwin, Jr.

OL - Trent Payne, Veterans, Sr.

OL - Jamal Green, West Laurens, Sr.

OL - Randall Grier, Rutland, Sr.

OL - Cody Doolittle, Howard, Sr.

OL - Sam Watson, Mary Persons, Sr.


First-team defense

DL - Demarcus Davis, Mary Persons, Jr.

DL - Marquise Franklin, Veterans, Sr.

DL - Raekwon Eppers, Westside, Sr.

DL - Janarian Lowe, Howard, Sr.

LB - Will Nobles, Veterans, Sr.

LB - Tra Taylor, Mary Persons, Sr.

LB - Tradonis Causey, Westside, So.

LB - Legarion Young, West Laurens, Sr.

DB - Maalik Leggette, Veterans, Sr.

DB - Rashaad Bolton, Veterans, Jr.

DB - Quavez Hill, Baldwin, Jr.

DB - Quen Head, Mary Persons, Jr.


First-team special teams

K - Tim Yalcin, Veterans, Sr.

P - Tim Yalcin, Sr, Veterans

RET - Akbren Ralls, Sr., Mary Persons


Second-team offense

QB - Timori Northcutt, Rutland, Jr.

RB - Dee High, Mary Persons, Jr.

RB - Ben Thomas, Veterans, Jr.

TE - Demontae Coney, Westside, Sr.

WR - Justin Smith, West Laurens, Jr.

WR - Nick Anderson, Veterans, Sr.

WR - KJ Smith, Perry, Jr.

OL - Tyler Camp, Mary Persons, Jr.

OL - Jeremy King, Westside, Sr.

OL - Ashton Strange, Perry, So.

OL - Garrison Hogan, Baldwin, Sr.

OL - Justin Sims, Veterans, Sr.


Second-team defense

DL - Jamar Simmons, Veterans, Jr.

DL - Sam Dumas, Veterans, Jr.

DL - Carvin Burnett, West Laurens, Sr.

DL - Kareem Warren, Westside, So.

LB - Jimel Dean, Rutland, So.

LB - Aren Taylor, Veterans, Sr.

LB - Quen Shannon, Mary Persons, Jr.

LB - Shawn Green, Perry, Sr.

DB - DJ Rozier, Veterans, Jr.

DB - Marquez Sanford, Westside, Jr.

DB - Devonte Ellington, Rutland, Sr.

DB - Dearrius Oliver, Rutland, Sr.

DB - Keri Brown, Mary Persons, Jr.


Second-team special teams

K - Daniel Ward, Perry, Sr.

P - Daniel Ward, Perry, Sr.

RET - Jacari Mann, Westside, Sr.


3-AAAA Div. B

Coach of the year: Eric Parker, Burke County

Player of the year: Donquell Green, Burke County

Offensive player of the year: Khalige Fleglar, Glenn Hills

Defensive player of the year: Willie Yarbary, Richmond Academy


First-team offense

QB - Santo Nina, Glenn Hills

RB - Donquell Young, Burke County

RB - Deon Kleckley, Cross Creek

RB - Anthony Cannon, Butler

FB - Wallace Curtis, Hephzibah

TE - Kaleeb Tobat, Burke County

WR - Earl Cobb, Glenn Hills

WR - Britto Tutt, Richmond Academy

WR - Devon Robinson, Butler

OL - Derrick Brown, Richmond Academy

OL - Juwane Gardner Burke County

OL - Cameron Danner, Hephzibah

OL - Brennan Holden, Butler

OL - James Gorden, Glenn Hills

PK - Untorrey Thomas, Burke County


First-team defense

DL - Laron Heath, Glenn Hills

DL - Ashlen Bernard, Richmond Academy

DL - Lawrence Vaughn, Butler

DL - Bryant Wilson, Burke County

LB - Barquee Williams, Burke County

LB - Zac Mitchell, Richmond Academy

LB - Vincent Norris, Cross Creek

LB - Jason Grace, Butler

DB - Tyrone Brown, Glenn Hills

DB - Brandon Leslie Butler

DB - Travis Beatty, Richmond Academy

DB - JayMontrez Henderson, Burke County

P - Gardner Duckworth, Richmond Academy

RET - Darris Tucker, Cross Creek



Coach of the year: Tim McFarlin, Blessed Trinity



QB - Terry Googer, Woodward Academy

RB - Nick Bently, Decatur

RB - Dalton Wilson, St. Pius

TE - Alexander Romanov, Cross Keys

WR - Brandon Norwood, Cedar Grove

WR - Sam McDade, Cross Keys

WR - Dennis Bell, Decatur

OL - Matt Doelling, St. Pius

OL - Austin Werkheiser, Blessed Trinity

OL - Darius Goodwin, Cedar Grove

OL - Noah Fisher, Decatur

OL - Tommy Parks, St. Pius

OL - Zach Mitchler, Blessed Trinity

ATH - Quincy Wolff, Woodward Academy

PK - Thomas O'Leary, St. Pius



DE - Kyle Kitchens, Decatur

DE - Wale Ashaye, Cross Keys

DT - Andre Newton, Woodward Academy

DT - Antwuan Jackson, Cedar Grove

DT - Keenan Kelly, Cedar Grove

ILB - Bryson Allen Williams, Cedar Grove

ILB - Samuel Kiawo, Cross Keys

ILB - Daniel Crochet, St. Pius

OLB - Carter McManes, Blessed Trinity

OLB - Max Richardson, Woodward Academy

CB - Kyle Evans, Blessed Trinity

CB - Arrington Farrar, Woodward Academy

S - Nick Ruffin, St. Pius

S - Marcus Hyatt, Woodward Academy

ATH - Alphaeus Newman, Cedar Grove

P - AJ Cole, Woodward Academy




QB - Cameron O'Neal, Model, Sr.

QB - Fields Chapman, Calhoun, Sr.

RB - Austin Gurley, Armuchee, Sr.

RB - Blake Lynn, Dade County, Jr.

RB - Cole Jackson, Calhoun, Jr.

RB - Devyn Collins, Pepperell, So.

RB - Jaquez Brown, Coosa, So.

RB - Zac Freeman, Dade County, So.

WR - Dylan Brooks, Pepperell, Sr.

WR - Issac Bradley, Coosa, Sr.

WR - Logan Walraven, Calhoun, Sr.

WR - Spencer Baggett, Murray, Jr.

WR - Tydus Curtis, Calhoun, Sr.

OL - Alec Jones, Model, Sr.

OL - Jack Bevis, Pepperell, Sr.

OL - Katrova Dew, Calhoun, Sr.

OL - Lance Morris, Model, Sr.

OL - Nate Walters, Pepperell, Jr.

OL - Reid Hulgan, Dade County, So.

OL - Truett Moss, Calhoun, Jr.

K - Brandon Blaylock, Calhoun, Sr.

K - Brayan Cornejo, Coosa, Sr.



DL - Austin Byrd, Calhoun, Sr.

DL - Austin Gurley, Armuchee, Sr.

DL - Dustyn Harris, Calhoun, Jr.

DL - Dylan Warner, Model, Jr.

DL - Trippe Hobbs, Pepperell, Sr.

LB - Austin Bennett, Calhoun, Jr.

LB - Damian Pickering, Dade County, So.

LB - Dax Bishop, Model, Jr.

LB - Justin Nelson, Model, Sr.

LB - Robby Scoggins, Pepperell, Sr.

LB - Skyler Esmann, Chattooga, Sr.

OLB - Isaiah Sanders, Coosa, So.

OLB - Jacob Phillips, Armuchee, Jr.

OLB - Karicka Culberson, Model, Sr.

OLB - Will Conley, Calhoun, Jr.

DB - Austin Price, Model, Sr.

DB - Chandler Curtis, Calhoun, Sr.

DB - Evan Ashley, Pepperell, Sr.

DB - Shawn Lawrence, Chattooga, Sr.

DB - Tyler Dean, Model, Jr.


Honorable mention: OL - Mike Adams, Chattooga, Fr.; Tyler Hughes, Chattooga, Jr. QB - Isaac Foster, Chattooga, Fr.; Colton Stamey, Armuchee, So. RB - Christian Turkett, Chattooga, Jr.; Brandon New, Armuchee, Sr.; RB Spencer Baggett, Murray, Jr. WR - Tyler Smith, Coosa, Sr.; Petee Waldon, Murray, So.; Austin Price, Model, Sr. DB - Zach O'Neal, Pepperell, Jr.; Thomas Lester, Calhoun, Jr.; Mikey Williams, Dade County, Sr.; James Brown, Model, Sr.; Judson Crawford, Coosa, Jr.; Austin Forester, Dade County, Jr.; Hayden Johnson, Dade County, Jr. DL - Roy McMahan, Dade County, Jr.; Garrett Moore, Dade County, Jr.; Will Phillips, Armuchee, So.; Bryson Lamboy, Coosa, Jr.; Aiden Watkins, Coosa, Sr.; Seth Burge, Pepperell, Jr.; Brice Pence, Pepperell, Jr. LB - Dawson Littlejohn, Armuchee, Sr.; Tyler Ellis, Calhoun, Sr.; Jayce Walker, Coosa, Jr.; Kevin Chavez, Murray, Jr.; Chris Chandler, Pepperell, Jr.; Derricus Jackson, Pepperell, Jr. OLB - Jamie Kelley, Pepperell, Sr.; Alex Rickman, Pepperell, Sr.



Player of the year: Antuane Merritt, Irwin County, Sr.

Offensive player of the year: QB Trae Harrington, Charlton County, Sr.

Defensive player of the year: Michael Dasher, Charlton County, So.

Special teams player of the year: Kenny Lashore, Clinch County, Sr.


First-team offense

QB - Trae Harrington, Charlton County, Sr.

FB - James Core, Clinch County, Sr.

RB - Maurice Edwards, Wilcox County, Jr.

RB - J.T. Williams, Lanier County, Jr.

RB - Jakyron Young, Irwin County, Jr.

WR - Teviest Howard, Telfair County, Sr.

WR - Nathan Martin, Turner County, Sr.

WR - Curtis Nixon, Charlton County, Jr.

WR - Quin Tisdol, Wilcox County, Jr.

TE - Eathan Ethridge, Irwin County, Jr.

C - Cam Morgan, Irwin County, Jr.

OL - Levi Cribb, Charlton County, Jr.

OL - Sam Henderson, Clinch County, Sr.

OL - Austin Lane, Lanier County, Sr.

OL - Alton Lawson, Turner County, Sr.

OL - Howard Williams, Telfair County, Jr.


First-team defense

DL - D.J. Peterson, Irwin County, Sr.

DL - Johnny Dwight, Wilcox County, Sr.

DL - Will Gowen, Charlton County, Sr.

DL - Chauncey Manac, Clinch County, So.

DL - D.J. McNiel, Lanier County, Jr.

LB - Tevis Dasher, Charlton County, Jr.

LB - Austin Davis, Lanier County, Jr.

LB - Yusef Mahammad, Turner County, Sr.

LB - Kameon Peavy, Wilcox County, Sr.

LB - Lance Thompson, Charlton County, Sr.

DB - Quan Hillmon, Turner County, Jr.

DB - Dondre Lacey, Clinch County, Jr.

DB - Julian Roberts, Charlton County, Sr.

DB - Jakyron Young, Irwin County, Jr.

P - Trae Harrington, Charlton County, Sr.

PK - Eric Contreras, Irwin County, Sr.

LS - Scott Birchall, Charlton County, Jr.

KR - Nate Martin, Turner County, Sr.

PR - Curtis Nixon, Charlton County, Jr.


Second-team offense

QB - Kevin Clark, Telfair County, Jr.

FB - Drew Williams, Telfair County, Jr.

RB - Andrew Lee, Charlton County, So.

RB - Ryan Peterson, Irwin County, Sr.

WR - Kenny Lashore, Clinch County, Sr.

WR - Daveron Reed, Charlton County, Sr.

TE - Bobby Davis, Lanier County, Sr.

C - Jamez Davis, Charlton County, Sr.

OL - Dalton Combs, Charlton County, Sr.

OL - Anfernee Daniels, Wilcox County, Jr.

OL - Rusty Dorman, Irwin County, Jr.

OL - Tanner Morgan, Charlton County, Sr.

OL - Chandler Taylor, Irwin County, Jr.


Second-team defense

DL - Teon Burroughs, Charlton County, So.

DL - Jacob Smith, Telfair County, Sr.

DL - Mack Young, Wilcox County, Jr.

DL - Austin Phillips, Irwin County, Sr.

DL - Robert Wilcox, Irwin County, Jr.

LB - Drake Gillis, Charlton County, Sr.

LB - Marcus Hodges, Clinch County, So.

LB - Austin Roman, Turner County, Sr.

LB - D.J. Pollard, Irwin County, So.

LB - Julian Sanchez, Telfair County, Sr.

DB - Scott Birchall, Charlton County, Jr.

DB - Zares Kimbrough, Lanier County, Sr.

DB - Tevies Howard, Telfair County, Sr.

DB - Tyrone Taylor, Telfair County, Fr.

DB - Mykell Collins, Irwin County, Jr.

P - Austin Phillips, Irwin County, Sr.

PK - Roberto Carillo, Wilcox County, Jr.





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OKGeorgia High School Football Daily is a free e-mail newsletter produced by Todd Holcomb and Chip Saye. Holcomb is a former lead high school football writer for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and co-founder and primary researcher behind the Georgia High School Football Historians Association. Saye is a 25-year veteran of the newspaper industry who has covered high school sports for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Athens Banner-Herald, Anderson (S.C.) Independent-Mail and Gwinnett Daily News.







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High-scoring finals

Most points in the state finals (both teams):

91 - Griffin 56, Carrollton 35 (2013)

90 - Brookwood 52, Colquitt County 38 (2010)

80 - Creekside 52, Tucker 28 (2013)

75 - Thomasville 40, Wheeler 35 (1973)

74 - Valdosta 62, Avondale 12 (1971)

73 - Rockmart 52, Valdosta 21 (1950)

72 - Lincoln County 52, Palmetto 20 (1985)

70 - Washington County 42, Carrollton 28 (1997)

69 - Thomson 42, Thomas County Central 27 (2002)

69 - Brookwood 45, Valdosta 24 (1996)


Most points in state finals (one team):

62 - Valdosta (1971)

59 - Tift County (1983)

56 - Griffin (2013)

52 - Brookwood (2010)

52 - Creekside (2013)

52 - Rockmart (1950)

52 - Lincoln County (1985)

51 - Statesboro (2001)

50 - Clinch County (2002)

50 - Buford (2007)



Lovett won its second state championship 43 years after its first one - 1970 to 2013. What is the record for the most years between GHSA state championships? (Answer Thursday)


Answer to Tuesday's question: Tyler Brown of Colquitt County holds the state record for passing yards in the state finals with 354 in 2010.




Coach Speak

"Listen to the right voice."

- Providence Christian coach Ken Robinson



GHSF Daily asked coaches during the offseason if they have a favorite quote, saying or motto. We'll run a different one each day. Coaches are invited to add to our list.


Our list on Monday of the highest-scoring teams in GHSA history had several omissions because of an error in sorting the data. Here is the corrected list. There are 46 teams in GHSA history that have scored at least 600 points in a season. Nine of them played in 2013.


707 - Buford (2013)

682 - Dublin (2006)

681 - Buford (2007)

680 - Gainesville (2012)

668 - Washington Co. (2013)

666 - Burke County (2011)

662 - Camden County (2011)

660 - Sandy Creek (2012)

657 - Calhoun (2011)

657 - Carrollton (2013)

655 - Gainesville (2013)

652 - Tucker (2011)

647 - Buford (2011)

644 - Miller County (1997)

642 - Camden County (2008)

641 - Griffin (2013)

639 - Calhoun (2012)

639 - Fitzgerald (2009)

637 - Creekside (2013)

636 - Calhoun (2005)

635 - Carrollton (2010)

633 - Tucker (2013)

630 - Washington Co. (1994)

629 - Gainesville (2009)

629 - Valdosta (1971)

628 - Clinch County (2010)

627 - Statesboro (2001)

625 - Lovejoy (2012)

625 - Northside, W.R. (1999)

620 - Benedictine (2013)

620 - Buford (2003)

618 - ELCA (2012)

616 - ECI (2007)

614 - Warner Robins (1976)

612 - Southeast Bulloch (1972)

612 - Brunswick (1999)

611 - Thomas Co. Cent. (1997)

611 - Dublin (2005)

610 - West Point (1948)

610 - Buford (2008)

609 - Thomson (2002)

607 - Tucker (2010)

606 - Monroe Area (2013)

603 - North Hall (2007)

602 - Americus (2002)

600 - Ridgeland (2012)


Playoff Scores


First round

North Cobb 60, Luella 18

Colquitt County 41, Newnan 10

Peachtree Ridge 59, Lassiter 20

Dacula 36, West Forsyth 31

Lovejoy 27, Marietta 23

Lowndes 38, East Coweta 10

Norcross 28, Etowah 0

Brookwood 35, Lambert 16

Hughes 34, Valdosta 20

McEachern 36, Newton 21

Alpharetta 41, South Gwinnett 23

Collins Hill 41, Walton 7

Camden County 36, Westlake 7

Hillgrove 41, Alcovy 13

Archer 34, North Forsyth 7

North Gwinnett 34, Milton 10


Second round

Colquitt Co. 52, North Cobb 6

Dacula 28, Peachtree Ridge 21

Lowndes 23, Lowndes 18

Norcross 32, Brookwood 9

McEachern 22, Hughes 21

Collins Hill 48, Alpharetta 0

Hillgrove 34, Camden Co. 21

North Gwinnett 34, Archer 32



Colquitt Co. 42, Dacula 17

Norcross 28, Lowndes 7

McEachern 35, Collins Hill 32

North Gwinnett 35, Hillgrove 31



Norcross 14, Colquitt Co. 9

North Gwinnett 27, McEachern 21



Norcross 31, North Gwinnett 14



First round

Creekside 47, Lakeside, Evans 14

Harris County 24, Glynn Academy 21

North Paulding 50, Riverwood 14

Stephenson 27, Flowery Branch 7

Warner Robins 34, Whitewater 27

Richmond Hill 13, Thomas Central 7

Kell 31, Allatoona 17

Mays 14, Clarke Central 10

Ware County 49, Bainbridge 7

Northside, W. Robins 31, McIntosh 21

Tucker 35, Heritage, Conyers 14

East Paulding 34, Creekview 33

Lee County 28, Effingham County 6

Mundy's Mill 33, Houston County 13

Gainesville 28, M.L. King 14

South Paulding 48, Sequoyah 21


Second round

Creekside 42, Harris Co. 21

North Paulding 35, Stephenson 7

Warner Robins 45, Richmond Hill 28

Kell 26, Mays 15

Ware Co. 35, Northside, W. Robins 7

Tucker 16, East Paulding 13

Mundy's Mill 41, Lee Co. 35

Gainesville 51, South Paulding 12



Creekside 41, North Paulding 14

Kell 52, Warner Robins 28

Tucker 29, Ware Co. 0

Gainesville 42, Mundy's Mill 28



Creekside 55, Kell 10

Tucker 20, Gainesville 14



Creekside 52, Tucker 28


Class AAAA

First round

Griffin 34, Rutland 10

Statesboro 21, Cairo 0

Sandy Creek 63, Cedartown 10

Chestatee 41, Grady 13

Veterans 36, Locust Grove 15

Wayne County 49, Monroe 34

Alexander 13, Dalton 10

Lanier 26, Carver, Atlanta 7

Burke County 61, Crisp County 19

Mary Persons 16, Eagle's Landing 14

Marist 41, Stephens County 13

Gilmer 26, Troup 22

Westover 27, Liberty County 7

Stockbridge 41, Westside, Macon 20

Monroe Area 68, Banneker 39

Carrollton 52, Northwest Whitfield 10


Second round

Griffin 42, Statesboro 7

Sandy Creek 55, Chestatee 7

Wayne Co. 20, Veterans 17

Alexander 42, Lanier 28

Burke Co. 20, Mary Persons 0

Marist 38, Gilmer 0

Stockbridge 35, Westover 0

Carrollton 44, Monroe Area 27



Griffin 32, Sandy Creek 26

Wayne Co. 51, Alexander 21

Marist 42, Burke Co. 20

Carrollton 24, Stockbridge 14



Griffin 25, Wayne Co. 20

Carrollton 46, Marist 44



Griffin 56, Carrollton 35


Class AAA

First round

Callaway 62, Henry County 28

Pierce County 35, Thomson 14

Cartersville 28, West Hall 26

St. Pius 31, Hart County 21

Carver, Col. 38, B.E.S.T. Academy 32

Jefferson Co. 32, SE Bulloch 29

Buford 58, Sonoraville 0

Woodward 53, North Oconee 21

Washington Co. 56, Johnson, Sav. 7

Peach County 28, Chapel Hill 21

Blessed Trinity 41, Jackson Co. 14

White County 52, Adairsville 28

Appling County 30, Dodge County 8

Central, Carrollton 31, Pike County 0

Cedar Grove 22, Elbert County 14

Ringgold 55, North Hall 54


Second round

Callaway 49, Pierce Co. 21

St. Pius 31, Cartersville 19

Carver, Col. 19, Jefferson Co. 0

Buford 40, Woodward Academy 7

Washington Co. 56, Peach Co. 16

Blessed Trinity 38, White Co. 0

Central, Carrollton 46, Appling Co. 13

Ringgold 37, Cedar Grove 12



Callaway 35, St. Pius 21

Buford 36, Carver, Columbus 6

Washington Co. 46, Bless. Trinity 17

Ringgold 35, Central, Carrollton 10



Buford 24, Callaway 14

Washington Co. 37, Ringgold 0



Buford 35, Washington Co. 19


Class AA

First round

Lamar County 58, Metter 15

Thomasville 24, Westside, Augusta 0

Heard County 27, Pepperell 14

Jefferson 28, Westminster 0

Benedictine 63, Macon County 12

Fitzgerald 41, Dublin 21

Calhoun 42, Manchester 9

GAC 34, Rabun County 0

Laney 18, Cook 13

Vidalia 52, Taylor County 14

Lovett 56, Union County 21

Kendrick 12, Dade County 0

Brooks Co. 54, Screven Co. 22

Bleckley County 20, Bryan County 14

Washington-Wilkes 46, Wesleyan 14

Bowdon 20, Model 10


Second round

Lamar Co. 38, Thomasville 20

Jefferson 61, Heard Co. 57

Benedictine 51, Fitzgerald 7

Calhoun 31, GAC 30

Laney 22, Vidalia 13

Lovett 34, Kendrick 0

Brooks Co. 55, Bleckley Co. 28

Bowdon 48, Washington-Wilkes 14



Lamar Co. 35, Jefferson 24

Benedictine 35, Calhoun 14

Lovett 35, Laney 33

Brooks Co. 42, Bowdon 26



Lamar Co. 10, Benedictine 7

Lovett 35, Brooks Co. 12



Lovett 14, Lamar Co. 7


Class A (public)

First round

Seminole Co. 21, Wilkinson Co. 14

Charlton Co. 35, Commerce 21

Johnson Co. 29, ECI 20

Irwin Co. 49, Trion 26

Clinch Co. 30, Claxton 0

Hawkinsville 17, Mitchell Co. 12

Dooly Co. 37, Lincoln Co. 13

Marion Co. 30, Turner Co. 0



Charlton Co. 42, Seminole Co. 0

Irwin Co. 56, Johnson Co. 26

Hawkinsville 23, Clinch Co. 8

Marion Co. 24, Dooly Co. 21



Charlton Co. 34, Irwin Co. 33

Marion Co. 40, Hawkinsville 7



Marion Co. 12, Charlton Co. 3


Class A (private)

First round

ELCA 41, Athens Christian 3

Darlington 41, Christian Heritage 17

Prince Avenue 51, Brookstone 0

Calvary Day 42, First Presbyterian 35

Aquinas 42, Savannah Christian 14

Mount Paran 31, O.L. of Mercy 24

Holy Innocents' 27, Landmark 17

Mount Pisgah Christian 40, Pacelli 7



ELCA 24, Darlington 10

Calvary Day 33, Prince Avenue 14

Aquinas 35, Mount Paran 32

Mount Pisgah 15, Holy Innocents' 7



Calvary Day 35, ELCA 34

Aquinas 17, Mount Pisgah 16



Aquinas 27, Calvary Day 7


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