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Tuesday October 28, 2014

Top Performances Presented By The Learning Company

9Gainesville QB excelling in lead role

Mikey Gonzalez is no Deshaun Watson, but Gainesville is feeling pretty good about the replacement to its star quarterback who led the team to a state title in 2012 and now runs the offense at Clemson.

 

Gonzalez, a senior, threw for a career-high 457 yards and five touchdowns last week in a 61-26 victory over Cedar Shoals. For the season, Gonzalez is 172-of-239 passing for 2,044 yards and 23 touchdowns.

 

It's so real surprise at Gainesville. Gonzalez was 53-of-77 passing for 686 yards and 10 touchdowns as a reserve last season.

 

This season, he has thrown four touchdown passes in a game four times. Since the opening 39-0 loss to Grayson, Gainesville has averaged 42.7 points per game.

 

"Very intelligent and has got real good football instincts," Gainesville coach Bruce Miller said. "He sat in every meeting with Deshaun for the years and was like a sponge. Just soaked up the knowledge, and he is a very tough kid. Short - only 5-8 - but he's football wise and very accurate throwing. Great student and great person."  

 

Here are some of the top performances from last week.

 

Top five

*Arabia Mountain QB Jakobi Meyers was 23-of-42 passing for 303 yards and six touchdowns and rushed for 147 yards on 13 carries in a 70-38 loss to St. Pius. Malick Mobdj (115) andMarcus Grey (149) each had three TD receptions and more than 100 yards receiving.

 

*Gilmer RB Russell Cochran rushed for a school-record 330 yards and five touchdowns on 22 carries in a 62-27 victory over LaFayette.

 

*Milton DE Mike Collins had 10 tackles, five for losses, 3.5 sacks and two QB hurries in a 30-13 victory over Woodstock, which finished with minus-8 yards rushing.

 

*North Gwinnett WR Joshua Imatorbhebhe had six catches for 206 yards and five touchdowns in a 71-24 victory over Duluth.

 

*Gainesville QB Mikey Gonzalez was 22-of-31 passing for 457 yards and five touchdowns - three to WR Messiah Dorsey, who had 10 catches for 234 yards and three touchdowns - in a 61-26 victory over Cedar Shoals.

 

Lines of distinction

*Lithonia's offensive line of C Natarius Cowan, G Temitayo Salem, G Martavious Hodnett, T Kenneth McCollum and TRodney Lewis paved the way for 402 rushing yards and 192 passing yards in a 55-6 victory over Stone Mountain. They were the catalyst for Oral Varcciann's 164 yards rushing, 80 yards receiving and four touchdowns.

 

*Macon County's offensive line of RT Daniel Yanez, RGRaymond Smith, C Joseph Journey, LG Jose Yanez and LTTre Hill - both tackles are freshmen - cleared the way for 480 yards in total offense (141 yards rushing by sophomore RB Jared Daniels), in a 37-0 victory over Northeast. Macon County has allowed only one sack this season (Fitzgerald).

 

*Mount Pisgah Christian's offensive line of RT Nick Bernier, RGJack Geier, C Patrick Ainsworth, LG Wes Booth, LT Garrett Brasher and LT Chad Peden led an offense that put up 545 yards, 426 rushing, and never punted in a 64-22 victory over King's Ridge. Mount Pisgah was 8-for-9 on third-down conversions and 1-for-1 on fourth downs.

 

*Parkview's offensive line of T Trey Derouen, G Brooks Britt, CJosh West, G Shane Carroll, T Jake Cooper and G Jimmy Fisher opened the door for 604 yards of total offense - 342 rushing, 262 passing - in a 49-27 victory over Shiloh.

 

*St. Pius's offensive line of T Chad Nelson, G Luke Stokes, CColm Boyer, G Chris McNulty, T Eric Long, G Ty Mascara and TE Cameron Fannon paved the way for 527 yards rushing in a 70-38 victory over Arabia Mountain. St. Pius did not attempt a pass.

 

*Tattnall Square's offensive line of LT Jacob Binner, LG Philip Dunn, C Davis Hardin, RG Spencer Boyd and RT Rex Damronled the way for 303 yards rushing in a in a 37-26 victory over Twiggs County. Tattnall has rushed for nearly 2,700 yards this season, averaging 330 yards per game during an 8-0 start.

 

Best of the rest

*Alpharetta DB Will Downing had 12.5 tackles, 2.5 for losses, and broke up a pass in a 24-14 victory over South Forsyth.

 

*Apalachee WR Kent Knowles had 11 receptions for 165 yards and two touchdowns in a 35-28 loss to Heritage of Conyers.

 

*Bremen RB Daulton Pope rushed for 266 yards and three touchdowns and returned an interception for a touchdown in a 34-12 victory over Manchester. Pope has rushed for at least 250 yards in three consecutive games.

 

*Brunswick sophomore ATH Shawn Smith had 80 yards receiving, 60 rushing and 23 passing and three touchdowns in a 39-33 victory over Richmond Hill.

 

*Calhoun QB Kaelan Riley was 18-of-22 passing for 219 yards and a touchdown and rushed for 51 yards and a touchdown on six carries - all in the first half - in a 56-3 victory over Murray County.

 

*Calvary Day RB Robert Heyward rushed for 318 yards and five touchdowns on 23 carries in a 49-21 victory over Claxton.

 

*Central of Carroll County RB Kyle Terrell rushed for 275 yards and four touchdowns on 13 carries in a 42-14 victory over Cedartown.

 

*Charlton County freshman RB Eric Daniels rushed for 137 yards and three touchdowns in a 34-20 victory over Telfair County.

 

*East Hall QB Devin Watson was 11-of-14 passing for 142 yards and a touchdown, rushed for 188 yards and four touchdowns and intercepted a pass in a 34-7 victory over Franklin County.

 

*Fitzgerald QB Gerald Morgan rushed for 111 yards and a touchdown on eight carries and was 9-of-9 passing for 151 yards and four touchdowns in a 42-0 victory over Pelham.

 

*Forsyth Central RB Shaun Diebel rushed for 202 yards and three touchdowns on 25 carries and surpassed 1,000 rushing yards on the season (1,137). Sophomore RB Sabrian Howard rushed for 141 yards, making it three times that each has gone over 100 in a game.

 

*Hart County QB Cameron Fouch was 16-of-21 passing for 366 yards and two touchdowns, rushed for 26 yards and a touchdown and was 4-for-4 on extra points in a 49-21 victory over Oconee County. Receivers Wrafi Rucker (109) and Anthony Turner(108) had more than 100 yards receiving and one touchdown and four receptions each.

 

*Irwin County RB Jakyron Young had 209 yards and three touchdowns on 17 carries in a 40-0 victory over Wilcox County.

 

*Jackson (Atlanta) RB Marquez Burdette rushed for 204 yards and one touchdown on 25 carries in a 30-22 victory over South Atlanta.

 

*Kell RB Ivan Walls rushed for 246 yards on 23 carries and scored four touchdowns, one on a 58-yard run, in a 35-7 victory over North Atlanta.

 

*Lanier LB Jeremy Taylor had 16 solo tackles, two for losses, in a 42-35 victory over Salem.

 

*Luella DT A.J. Reeves had 13 tackles, 1.5 sacks, a forced fumble and a recovery in a 19-0 victory over Ola.

 

*Mary Persons RB Dee High rushed for 200 yards on 29 carries in a 31-0 victory over Veterans.

 

*Metter RB Chris Tarver rushed for 297 yards and four touchdowns on 13 carries in a 48-14 victory over East Laurens.

 

*Model RB Nakyle Watkins rushed for 257 yards and one touchdown on 29 carries and exceeded 1,000 yards rushing for the season (1,226) in a 23-0 victory over Chattooga.

 

*Mount Paran Christian LB Nick Sbravati had 25 tackles, four for losses, and a fumble return for a touchdown in a 42-0 victory over Trion.

 

*Mundy's Mill RB Khalid Hylton rushed for 187 yards and four touchdowns on 11 carries in a 33-16 victory over Starr's Mill. Hylton has 1,001 yards rushing on the season.

 

*North Gwinnett QB John Urzua was 18-of-27 passing for 399 yards and seven touchdowns in a 71-24 victory over Duluth. It was the second seven-TD passing game for Urzua, who did it previously in the opener against McEachern.

 

*North Paulding WR D.J. Owens caught eight passes for 112 yards and four touchdowns in a 42-41 victory over Marietta.

 

*Northgate RB Kyle Cater rushed for 213 yards and four touchdowns on 31 carries in a 43-30 victory over Drew.

 

*Northwest Whitfield QB Caleb Shiflett was 17-for-23 passing for 429 yards and five touchdowns in a 41-30 victory over Ridgeland.

 

*Parkview QB Jack Chambers was 17-of-24 passing for 262 yards and three touchdowns and rushed for 103 yards and three touchdowns in a 49-27 victory over Shiloh.

 

*Pickens DL Jerry Nelson had 10 tackles, three sacks and one stop behind the line in a 23-0 victory over Heritage of Ringgold.

 

*Rockdale County RB T.J. Warren rushed for 181 yards and three touchdowns on six carries and caught four passes for 83 yards in a 37-14 victory over Lakeside of Atlanta.

 

*Spalding sophomore LB Kelvin Johnson had four tackles, two for losses, recovered a fumble for a touchdown and returned an interception for a touchdown in a 47-20 victory over Riverdale.

 

*Tattnall Square RB/LB J.J. Battle rushed for 110 yards and three touchdowns on 10 carries and made seven tackles on defense in a 37-26 victory over Twiggs County.

 

*Wesleyan DL Ollie "Sax" Robinson had 15 tackles, two for losses, and blocked a field goal in a 30-24 loss to Lovett.

 

*West Hall WB Kwon Williams rushed for 194 yards and four touchdowns on seven carries and returned a kickoff 84 yards for a touchdown in a 49-0 victory over Fannin County.

 

*Westover QB Emory McKenzie rushed for 155 yards and two touchdowns and was 5-of-9 passing for 121 yards and one touchdown in a 27-8 victory over Dougherty.

 

*Whitewater RB Christian Wafford rushed for 286 yards and two touchdowns on 27 carries in a 30-0 victory over Fayette County. It put him over 1,000 yards (1,115) on the season.

 

*Winder-Barrow RB CeCe Green rushed for 153 yards and four touchdowns on 27 carries in a 35-29 victory over Clarke Central. Winder-Barrow had been 0-12 against Clarke Central.

 

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Region Standing: Class AAAAA

Region 1-AAAAA

Team

Reg.

All

Last week

This week*

Harris County

4-0

6-2

d. Carver, Col. 34-14

vs. LaGrange

Carver (Columbus)

3-1

6-2

l. to Harris Co. 34-14

at Northside, Col. (K)

LaGrange

3-1

4-4

d. Shaw 24-0

at Harris Co.

Northside (Col.)

3-1

4-4

d. Columbus 45-28

vs. Carver, Columbus (K)

Shaw

2-3

4-5

l. to LaGrange 24-0

Does not play

Columbus

0-5

2-7

l. to N'side, Col. 45-28

at Hardaway (Thu., K)

Hardaway

0-4

0-8

Did not play

vs. Columbus (Thu., K)

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

 

Region 2-AAAAA

Team

Reg.

All

Last week

This week

Houston County

6-1

7-1

d. Greenbrier 42-13

vs. Evans (MT)

Northside (W.R.)

6-1

7-1

d. Grovetown 49-14

at Cross Creek

Jones County

5-2

6-2

d. Evans 51-24

vs. Richmond Academy

Warner Robins

5-2

5-3

d. Lakeside, Evans 51-49

at Grovetown

Lakeside (Evans)

4-3

4-4

l. to W. Robins 51-49

vs. Greenbrier

Evans

3-4

4-4

l. to Jones Co. 51-24

at Houston Co. (MT)

Richmond Academy

3-4

3-4-1

d. Cross Creek 35-0

at Jones Co.

Grovetown

2-5

3-5

l. to N'side, WR 49-14

vs. Warner Robins

Greenbrier

1-6

2-6

l. to Houston Co. 42-13

at Lakeside, Evans

Cross Creek

0-7

1-7

l. to Richmond Acd. 35-0

vs. Northside, W. Robins

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

 

Region 3-AAAAA

Team

Reg.

All

Last week

This week

Ware County

6-0

8-0

d. Statesboro 40-7

vs. South Effingham

Coffee

5-1

7-1

Did not play

at Richmond Hill

Brunswick

4-2

5-3

d. Richmond Hill 39-34

at Bradwell Institute

Glynn Academy

4-2

5-3

d. Effingham Co. 35-14

vs. Statesboro (GL)

South Effingham

3-3

4-4

d. Bradwell Inst. 40-12

at Ware Co.

Effingham County

3-4

5-4

l. to Glynn Acad. 35-14

Does not play

Statesboro

2-4

2-6

l. to Ware Co. 40-7

at Glynn Academy (GL)

Richmond Hill

1-6

2-6

l. to Brunswick 39-34

vs. Coffee

Bradwell Institute

0-6

0-8

l. to S. Effingham 40-12

vs. Brunswick

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

5-1

6-3

d. Starr's Mill 33-16

Does not play

Drew

4-1

6-2

l. to Northgate 43-30

vs. McIntosh (SC)

Northgate

4-1

5-3

d. Drew 43-30

at Starr's Mill

Starr's Mill

3-2

4-4

l. to Mundy's Mill 33-16

vs. Northgate

McIntosh

2-3

3-5

d. Forest Park 51-22

at Drew (SC)

Forest Park

0-5

0-8

l. to McIntosh 51-22

at Morrow (T)

Morrow

0-5

1-7

Did not play

vs. Forest Park (T)

Division B

Team

Reg.

All

Last week

This week

Stockbridge

3-1

6-2

d. Woodland, Stck. 36-7

vs. Union Grove

Dutchtown

3-1

4-4

d. Union Grove 30-17

vs. Ola

Woodland (Stock.)

2-2

6-2

l. to Stockbridge 36-7

vs. Luella

Luella

2-2

5-3

d. Ola 19-0

at Woodland, Stock.

Ola

1-3

3-5

l. to Luella 19-0

at Dutchtown

Union Grove

1-3

2-6

l. to Dutchtown 30-17

at Stockbridge

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

 Region 5-AAAAA

Team

Reg.

All

Last week

This week

Allatoona

8-0

9-0

d. Paulding Co. 48-20

Does not play

Alexander

6-1

7-1

d. East Paulding 32-29

at South Paulding

South Paulding

6-1

7-1

d. Lithia Springs 47-0

vs. Alexander

New Manchester

4-3

5-3

d. Chapel Hill 42-10

vs. Lithia Springs

East Paulding

3-4

4-4

l. to Alexander 32-29

vs. Hiram

Hiram

3-4

4-4

l. to Villa Rica 55-48

at East Paulding

Villa Rica

3-5

4-5

d. Hiram 55-48

Does not play

Paulding County

2-5

3-5

l. to Allatoona 48-20

vs. Chapel Hill

Lithia Springs

1-6

1-7

l. to South Paulding 47-0

at New Manchester

Chapel Hill

0-7

0-8

l. to New Manch. 42-10

at Paulding Co.

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

 

Region 6-AAAAA

Division A

Team

Reg.

All

Last week

This week

Southwest DeKalb

4-0

6-2

d. Druid Hills 29-7

at Stephenson (HS)

Stephenson

4-0

6-2

d. M.L. King 33-7

vs. SW DeKalb (HS)

Druid Hills

2-2

4-4

l. to SW DeKalb 29-7

at Miller Grove (HS)

Miller Grove

1-3

4-4

d. Dunwoody 48-21

vs. Druid Hills (HS)

M.L. King

1-3

1-7

l. to Stephenson 33-7

vs. Dunwoody (PV)

Dunwoody

0-4

3-5

l. to Miller Grove 48-21

at M.L. King (PV)

*Clarkston

 

0-9

l. to Tri-Cities 57-0

Does not play

Division B

Team

Reg.

All

Last week

This week

Creekside

3-1

7-2

d. Banneker 38-6

Does not play

Carver (Atlanta)

2-1

6-2

l. to Mays 35-14

at Banneker

Mays

2-1

6-2

d. Carver, Atlanta 35-14

vs. Tri-Cities (L)

Tri-Cities

1-2

5-3

d. Clarkston 57-0

at Mays (L)

Banneker

0-3

0-8

l. to Creekside 38-6

vs. Carver, Atlanta

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

 

Region 7-AAAAA

Division A

Team

Reg.

All

Last week

This week

Dalton

6-0

8-1

d. Woodland, Cart. 42-0

Does not play

Creekview

4-1

4-4

Did not play

at River Ridge

Sequoyah

3-2

3-5

d. Rome 38-21

vs. Woodland, Carters.

Cass

2-3

4-4

d. River Ridge 41-26

vs. Rome

Rome

2-3

2-5

l. to Sequoyah 38-21

at Cass

River Ridge

1-4

3-5

l. to Cass 41-26

vs. Creekview

Woodland (Carters.)

0-5

0-8

l. to Dalton 42-0

at Sequoyah

Division B

Team

Reg.

All

Last week

This week

Kell

5-0

8-0

d. North Atlanta 35-7

vs. Sprayberry

Sprayberry

5-0

6-2

Did not play

at Kell

Cambridge

3-2

6-2

d. Riverwood 35-17

at Forsyth Central

Forsyth Central

3-2

5-3

d. North Springs 49-21

vs. Cambridge

North Springs

1-4

1-7

l. to Forsyth Cent. 49-21

at North Atlanta (G)

Riverwood

1-5

4-5

l. to Cambridge 35-17

Does not play

North Atlanta

0-5

1-7

l. to Kell 35-7

vs. North Springs (G)

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

 

Region 8-AAAAA

Team

Reg.

All

Last week

This week

Lanier

7-0

8-0

d. Salem 42-35

vs. Winder-Barrow

Gainesville

6-1

6-2

d. Cedar Shoals 61-26

vs. Loganville

Salem

5-2

5-3

l. to Lanier 42-35

vs. Flowery Branch

Winder-Barrow

5-2

5-3

d. Clarke Central 35-29

at Lanier

Flowery Branch

3-4

4-4

d. Loganville 29-14

at Salem

Loganville

3-4

4-4

l. to Flow. Branch 29-14

at Gainesville

Clarke Central

3-4

3-5

l. to Winder-Barrow 35-29

vs. Heritage, Conyers

Heritage (Conyers)

3-4

3-5

d. Apalachee 35-28

at Clarke Central

Cedar Shoals

0-7

0-8

l. to Gainesville 61-26

at Apalachee

Apalachee

0-7

0-8

l. to Heritage, Con. 35-28

vs. Cedar Shoals

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: G - Grady; GL - Glynn County; HS - Hallford; K - Kinnett; L - Lakewood; MT - McConnell-Talbert; PV - Panthersville; SC - Southern Crescent; T - Tara

 

 

 

 

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On a scoring tear

Tucker last week became only the fifth team in GHSA history to score 50 or more points in six consecutive games. It came in a 55-0 victory over Alcovy. Buford and Washington County hit 50 or better for the fourth straight time. Until 2014, only 22 teams had ever scored 50 or more four straight times. Now, three Georgia teams have current streaks of that long. Here are the teams with the longest streaks:

 

8 - Camden County (2011)

7 - Southeast Bulloch (1972)

6 - Benedictine (2013)

6 - Thomson (2011)

6 - Tucker (2014)

5 - Brunswick (1999)

5 - Gainesville (2013)

5 - Lovejoy (2012)

5 - North Hall (2004)

5 - Washington County (2013)

4 - Buford (2014)

4 - Burke County (2011)

4 - Camden County (2009)

4 - Dublin (2005)

4 - Jeff Davis (1977)

4 - McEachern (2010)

4 - Miller County (2000)

4 - Miller County (2001)

4 - Monroe Area (2012)

4 - North Hall (2007)

4 - Southeast Bulloch (1973)

4 - Tucker (2011)

4 - Washington County (2014)

4 - West Point (1949)

4 - Westside-Macon (2008)

 

Sources: GHSFHA and Loren Maxwell

Trivia

Kell, Allatoona and Mount Paran Christian are Cobb County schools that are unbeaten. Eleven schools from Cobb County have finished 10-0 at least once since 2000. Which are they? And which are the three to do it twice? (Answer Wednesday)

 

Answer to Monday's question: Among schools that can clinch a region title with a victory this week, Coosa has gone the most seasons without a title. Coosa, which will win Region 7-AA with a victory at Darlington, was a region champion most recently in 1975 (also 7-AA).

 

Four QuestionsPresented By Mizuno  
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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.

 

Paul Standard, St. Pius

1. Who is/was the most influential person in your coaching career? "No. 1, coach George B. Maloof. He is the reason I am in this profession. Coach Maloof taught me that you can coach your players hard - and I mean hard! - as long as they knew you genuinely cared about them not just as a football player. And the relationships he built with his players were for a lifetime. He also taught me and all the young men he coached that a "champion" was the person who has done the best with the ability God has blessed us with. We try and do that every day. No. 2, my mother and father. Neither were involved with education, but they taught me how to treat people, and their work ethic influenced how I approach my job."

 

2. Who is the best Georgia player you ever faced?"There have been so many great players I have coached against, but one of the best that comes to mind is Thomas Brown of Tucker High School. One game against us he fumbled the pitch on a toss play, then reversed his field for a 70-yard TD run."

 

3. What is the best team you ever faced as a coach?"Again, there have been so many. One that sticks out in my mind - 2009 Peach County. Great team speed at every position, players were hard-nosed and got after you. We lost to them in OT in the quarterfinals, and they went on to win the state championship."

 

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 would like to see a change in the process with the executive committee as it pertains to voting on issues brought before the GHSA. I would like to see a motion passed that would not allow any 'New Business Issues' to be voted on at the same meeting. I would like for the new issue/motion to be tabled until the next executive committee hearing so all schools could be informed of the issue and allow the schools to communicate with their executive committee rep with their concerns."

 

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Corrections

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.