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*Archer RB Jamyest Williams scored five touchdowns while rushing for 172 yards on 16 carries in a 49-21 victory over North Paulding.
 
*Fitzgerald RB J.D. King rushed for 239 yards and two touchdowns in a 42-27 victory over Worth County.
 
*Kell LB/WR Bryson Armstrong returned two punts and a fumble for touchdowns in a 35-0 victory over Carrollton. The punt returns covered 64 and 66 yards, the fumble return 29. Armstrong forced another fumble on a sack.
 
*Mount Paran Christian RB Taylor Trammell rushed for 212 yards and five touchdowns on 33 carries and intercepted a pass in a 42-35 victory over Erwin (N.C.) in Asheville. His 20-yard run with 30 seconds left came with Mount Paran trailing 35-34. Trammell also had 85 yards in returns. Trammell is committed to Georgia Tech as a baseball player.
 
*Roswell LB Tre Lamar had 11 solo tackles - four for losses, three sacks - and seven assists in a 35-8 victory over Lowndes.
 
Line of distinction
*Cherokee's offensive line of LT Cameron Graham, LG Chandler Lanier, C Jake Alvey, RG Wyatt Fisher, RG Ben Fluke and RTCharles Perry paved the way for 387 rushing yards in a 51-23 victory over Chattahoochee. Most grateful was Brittain Brown, who rushed for 263 yards and three touchdowns.
 
Best of the rest
*Benedictine RB Jacob Collins rushed for 85 yards and two touchdowns, caught a 10-yard pass, made three tackles on kickoff coverage and twice pressured missed point-after attempts in a 47-44 double-overtime victory over Greater Atlanta Christian.
 
*Camden County RB/DB Harrison Poole scored on a 35-yard run from scrimmage and a 36-yard return of a blocked punt and intercepted a pass in a 48-13 rain-shortened victory over Lincoln of Tallahassee, Fla.
 
*Christian Heritage QB Tyson Cooper rushed for 145 yards and three touchdowns and passed for 232 yards in a 34-22 loss to Landmark Christian.
 
*Colquitt County LB Ja'Quain Blakely had 2.5 tackles for losses of 10 yards and a fumble recovery in a 45-14 victory over North Gwinnett.
 
*Dalton RB Darien Hill rushed for 160 yards and three touchdowns on 22 carries in a 35-21 victory over Scottsboro, Ala. Hill, a senior, played on the scout team last season and had no rushing attempts.
 
*Dodge County freshman PK Peyton Bush, playing his first game, was 6-for-6 on extra points in a 42-7 victory over Bleckley County.
 
*Eagle's Landing Christian RT Chandler Reeves had four pancake blocks and graded out at 98 percent in a 35-0 victory over North Florida Christian, which entered ranked No. 3 in Florida's Class 3A. Reeves is committed to Clemson.
 
*Harrison RB Darius Clark rushed for 120 yards and four touchdowns on 13 carries - all in the first half - in a 41-13 victory over Pope.
 
*Howard WR Alphonso Stephens had four catches for 134 yards and two touchdowns in a 28-19 victory over Lamar County.
 
*Jefferson sophomore RB Colby Wood rushed for 264 yards and all three Jefferson touchdowns on runs of 38, 47 and 2 yards in a 19-7 victory over Rabun County.
 
*Jonesboro QB Zerrick Cooper, playing his first game since ACL surgery last summer, threw for 169 yards and four touchdown in a 31-6 victory over Mount Zion of Jonesboro. Cooper is committed to Clemson.
 
*Mays QB B.J. Phillips was 20-of-28 passing for 253 yards and four touchdowns in a 36-26 victory over Hughes. Phillips also rushed for 85 yards.
 
*Mill Creek WR/RB Edmond Graham blocked a field goal and a punt, one returned for a touchdown, and caught five passes for 65 yards in a 42-7 victory over Brookwood.
 
*Miller Grove junior RB Ezekio Gouch scored touchdowns on a punt return (78 yards), a kickoff return (85 yards) and a run from scrimmage (47 yards) in a 41-7 victory over Towers. Gouch finished with 223 all-purpose yards.
 
*Model RB/DB Chris Dublin rushed for 160 yards and a touchdown, had five catches for 77 yards and a touchdown, returned two kickoffs for 103 yards, made five tackles (one saving a touchdown) and broke up two passes in a 21-18 victory over Lumpkin County.
 
*North Cobb WR/DB Drew Techjman had 10 catches for 105 yards and two touchdowns, intercepted two passes and made five tackles in a 27-24 loss to Northside of Warner Robins.
 
*Northside of Warner Robins DB Isaiah Nelson intercepted two passes, returning one 67 yards for a touchdown, in a 27-24 victory over North Cobb.
 
*Parkview QB Jack Chambers was 10-for-18 passing for 108 yards and rushed for 87 yards and two touchdowns in an 18-13 victory over McCallie of Chattanooga. The game was called at halftime because of thunderstorms.
 
*Riverwood RB Marvin Kinsey rushed for 160 yards and three touchdowns in a 38-3 victory over Coosa.
 
*Shaw QB B.J. Knight was 7-of-13 passing for 249 yards and three touchdowns and rushed for 50 yards and a touchdown in a 39-14 victory over Luella.
 
*Tift County RB Barry Bennett scored four touchdowns in the first quarter in a 56-7 victory over Henry County. Bennett scored on runs of 1, 6 and 29 yards and on a 17-yard screen from Griffin Collier. The 29-yarder was the team's first play from scrimmage.
 
*Villa Rica QB Noah Smith was 21-of-33 passing for 432 yards and five touchdowns in a 48-44 loss to Rome. Three TD passes went to Kris Ballinger (six catches, 147 yards) and two to Tye Hill(10-180).
 
*Woodstock sophomore QB Garrett Bass, making his first start, was 20-of-32 passing for 272 yards and three touchdowns in a 40-21 victory over River Ridge. Bass also rushed for 61 yards and a touchdown.

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Bill Ballard, White County
1. What is the most memorable game you've been a part of as a player or coach? "We had the great fortune to be part of a classic Publik Skool (K should be backwards because that is how our students wrote it on their shirts that they made for this rival game) vs. Private School rivalry in the Tucker-Marist series. Going into the 2001 season, Marist led the series 5-4 and we needed to win. My position on the staff was defensive coordinator for Phil Lindsay, the head coach. We led the game 7-0 late due to a heroic performance by Terrell Jordan, who rushed the ball 36 times for 186 yards, although the only score in the game had been on a trap play to Tim Goodwell (he's coaching at Tucker now), who spun off a Marist defender and bounded into to the end zone on an 11-yard run.
"Our defense had held Marist scoreless all game but was running out of gas quickly as the huge Marist line drove the ball down the field late. On the next-to-last play, they were tackled on the 4-yard line and forced to use their final timeout with only 14 seconds left. Walking onto the field, the play that they would run appeared in my head from an old Cairo film when they had played Marist in a playoff game. Coach Roman and I had watched the film earlier that week. Well, we told Rashawn Harris to run with the halfback when he went in motion across the formation and go under the pick that was coming and cover him tight - which would allow Andre Hull (who we called 'New York') to come off the edge and sack the quarterback on the last play of the ballgame. Well that is what they ran! And that is what happened!
"Our students rushed the field elated, our players beside themselves, jumping up and down as we had shut out Marist. Then they turned the lights out on us.
"In 393 games, Coach Alan Chadwick's teams have only been shut out four times - two by Tucker and two by Cairo. The win ended a 33-game Marist home win streak and a region winning streak in the 40s. It would also propel us - Tucker - to win five of the next six in the intense rival game. From 1998-2011 - 14 seasons - the winner of this game won the region championship except for 2006, when we won the game but they won the region. I grew up in Tucker and played for Henderson High School. We played Marist in 1985 in the second round of the playoffs in my senior year. It was Coach Alan Chadwick's first year as a head coach. We lost the game 7-0.
"This story was written in honor of the late Scott Butler, who died this year in Carrollton. He was our principal at Tucker, and he loved to watch the Fighting Tigers."
 
2. Which high school coach would you want your son to play for, and why? "George B. Maloof [longtime head coach at St. Pius.] He had such passion and love for the game. He made it fun. Herschel Walker tied hisrecord for most touchdowns scored in a Georgia-Georgia Tech game. I would have done anything he told me to do."
 
3. What is your favorite saying/motto? "From Vince Lombardi: 'Football is a great deal like life. It requires perseverance, selflessness, hard work, sacrifice, dedication and respect for authority.'"
 
4. Which GHSA policy or high school football rule would you most like to see changed? "Give us five days in the summer after the dead week in full pads or with shells and a girdle at a camp or against another school to work on teaching fundamentals."
 
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Region Standings: Class AAAAA
Region 1-AAAAA
Team
Reg.
All
Last week
This week*
Carver (Columbus)
0-0
1-0
d. Carver, Atlanta 28-24
at Spencer (CM)
Columbus
0-0
1-0
d. Jordan 37-25
Does not play
LaGrange
0-0
1-0
d. Callaway 44-20
at Troup (C)
Shaw
0-0
1-0
d. Luella 39-14
vs. Northgate (K)
Harris County
0-0
0-0
Did not play
at Central, Ala.
Northside (Col.)
0-0
0-0
Did not play
vs. Kendrick (Thu., K)
Hardaway
0-0
0-1
l. to Tri-Cities 47-21
vs. Chatt. Co. (Thu., CM)
 
Region 2-AAAAA
Team
Reg.
All
Last week
This week
Evans
0-0
1-0
d. Westside, Aug. 49-7
Does not play
Greenbrier
0-0
1-0
d. Harlem 10-3
Does not play
Northside (W.R.)
0-0
1-0
d. North Cobb 27-24
Does not play
Cross Creek
0-0
0-0
Did not play
vs. Hephzibah
Grovetown
0-0
0-0
Did not play
at Harlem
Houston County
0-0
0-0
Did not play
vs. Veterans (Thu., MT)
Jones County
0-0
0-0
Did not play
vs. Morgan Co.
Richmond Academy
0-0
0-0
Did not play
vs. Westside, Augusta
Warner Robins
0-0
0-0
Did not play
at Peach Co.
Lakeside (Evans)
0-0
0-1
l. to N. Aug., S.C. 32-7
Does not play
 
Region 3-AAAAA
Team
Reg.
All
Last week
This week
Brunswick
0-0
1-0
d. McIntosh Co. 35-12
vs. Glynn Academy
Coffee
0-0
1-0
d. North Oconee 39-0
vs. Savannah
Effingham County
0-0
1-0
d. Liberty Co. 20-14
at Bluffton, S.C.
Glynn Academy
0-0
1-0
d. Wayne Co. 28-14
at Brunswick
Ware County
0-0
1-0
d. Brooks Co. 42-7
vs. Hampton
Bradwell Institute
0-0
0-0
Did not play
at Liberty Co.
Richmond Hill
0-0
0-0
Did not play
Does not play
South Effingham
0-0
0-0
Did not play
vs. Jenkins
Statesboro
0-0
0-1
l. to Burke Co. 20-7
Does not play
 
Region 4-AAAAA
Division A
Team
Reg.
All
Last week
This week
McIntosh
0-0
1-0
d. Fayette Co. 16-7
at Luella
Drew
0-0
0-0
Did not play
at Fayette Co.
Forest Park
0-0
0-0
Did not play
at Spalding (Thu., GM)
Morrow
0-0
0-0
Did not play
vs. Mt. Zion, Jones. (T)
Mundy's Mill
0-0
0-0
Did not play
at Lovejoy (TO)
Northgate
0-0
0-0
Did not play
at Shaw (K)
Starr's Mill
0-0
0-0
Did not play
at Whitewater
Division B
Team
Reg.
All
Last week
This week
Dutchtown
0-0
1-0
d. Osborne 35-19
at Camden Co.
Stockbridge
0-0
1-0
d. Central, Ala. 13-7
vs. ELCA
Woodland (Stock.)
0-0
1-0
d. North Springs 36-7
at Apalachee
Ola
0-0
0-0
Did not play
vs. Locust Grove
Union Grove
0-0
0-0
Did not play
at Eagle's Landing
Luella
0-0
0-1
l. to Shaw 39-14
vs. McIntosh
 
Region 5-AAAAA
Team
Reg.
All
Last week
This week
East Paulding
1-0
1-0
d. Allatoona 17-10
at North Paulding
New Manchester
0-0
1-0
d. Douglas Co. 29-28
Does not play
South Paulding
0-0
1-0
d. Sprayberry 14-7
Does not play
Alexander
0-0
0-0
Did not play
vs. Douglas Co.
Chapel Hill
0-0
0-0
Did not play
at Cambridge
Hiram
0-0
0-0
Did not play
vs. Cedartown
Lithia Springs
0-0
0-0
Did not play
vs. Landmark Christian
Paulding County
0-0
0-0
Did not play
at Pepperell
Villa Rica
0-0
0-1
l. to Rome 48-44
at Allatoona
Allatoona
0-1
0-1
l. to East Paulding 17-10
vs. Villa Rica
 
Region 6-AAAAA
Division A
Team
Reg.
All
Last week
This week
Dunwoody
0-0
1-0
d. Clarkston 32-14
Does not play
M.L. King
0-0
1-0
d. Columbia 20-7
Does not play
Miller Grove
0-0
1-0
d. Towers 41-7
at Pebblebrook
Stephenson
0-0
1-0
d. Arabia Mountain 53-22
Amer. Heritage (Sat., HS)
Druid Hills
0-0
0-0
Did not play
vs. Chamblee (ND)
Southwest DeKalb
0-0
0-1
l. to Cedar Grove 36-0
vs. Columbia (PV)
Clarkston
 
0-1
l. to Dunwoody 32-14
at Lithonia (AV)
Division B
Team
Reg.
All
Last week
This week
Creekside
0-0
1-0
d. South Cobb 33-13
vs. Hughes
Mays
0-0
1-0
d. Hughes 36-26
vs. Glenn Hills (Sat., L)
Tri-Cities
0-0
1-0
d. Hardaway 47-21
Does not play
Banneker
0-0
0-0
Did not play
vs. Westlake
Carver (Atlanta)
0-0
0-1
l. to Carver, Col. 28-24
vs. Washington (L)
 
Region 7-AAAAA
Division A
Team
Reg.
All
Last week
This week
Dalton
0-0
1-0
d. Scottsboro, Ala. 35-21
at Calhoun
Rome
0-0
1-0
d. Villa Rica 48-44
Does not play
Cass
0-0
0-0
Did not play
vs. Cartersville
Sequoyah
0-0
0-0
Did not play
vs. Etowah
Woodland (Carters.)
0-0
0-0
Did not play
at Adairsville (Thu.)
Creekview
0-0
0-1
l. to Sandy Creek 41-0
Does not play
River Ridge
0-0
0-1
l. to Woodstock 40-21
Does not play
Division B
Team
Reg.
All
Last week
This week
Cambridge
0-0
1-0
d. Holy Innocents' 41-0
vs. Chapel Hill
Kell
0-0
1-0
d. Carrollton 35-0
vs. Lassiter
Riverwood
0-0
1-0
d. Coosa 38-3
vs. Holy Innocents'
Forsyth Central
0-0
0-0
Did not play
at Dawson Co.
North Atlanta
0-0
0-0
Did not play
vs. KIPP Atl. (Thu., G)
North Springs
0-0
0-1
l. to Woodland, Stk. 36-7
vs. Pinecrest Academy
Sprayberry
0-0
0-1
l. to South Paulding 14-7
vs. Kennesaw Mountain
 
Region 8-AAAAA
Team
Reg.
All
Last week
This week
Lanier
0-0
1-0
d. Lambert 17-7
Does not play
Apalachee
0-0
0-0
Did not play
vs. Woodland, Stock.
Cedar Shoals
0-0
0-0
Did not play
vs. Elbert Co.
Clarke Central
0-0
0-0
Did not play
at Hart Co.
Flowery Branch
0-0
0-0
Did not play
vs. Chestatee
Gainesville
0-0
0-0
Did not play
vs. Grayson
Loganville
0-0
0-0
Did not play
at Monroe Area
Salem
0-0
0-0
Did not play
vs. Rockdale Co.
Winder-Barrow
0-0
0-0
Did not play
at Jefferson
Heritage (Conyers)
0-0
0-1
l. to Rockdale Co. 27-21
Does not play
 
*All of this week's games are Friday unless noted.
Stadium key: AV - Avondale; C - Callaway; CM - Columbus Memorial; G - Grady; GM - Griffin Memorial; HS - Hallford; K - Kinnett; L - Lakewood; MT - McConnell-Talbert; ND - North DeKalb; PV - Panthersville; T - Tara; TO - Twelve Oaks

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

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Northside (Warner Robins), Buford and Carver (Columbus) each won last week to extend some of the longest opening-game winning streaks in state history. Northside has won 19 consecutive opening games, and Buford and Carver have won 17 straight. The record belongs to Mary Persons, which won 30 straight from 1972 to 2001. The streak was ended in a 27-20 loss to Jackson in 2002. Valdosta went 49-1 in opening games from 1950 to 1999, losing only to 1973 Class AAA champion Thomasville 6-0. It was Nick Hyder's first game as Valdosta's head coach. Hyder would never lose another season opener in his 22 seasons as Valdosta's head coach.
 
30 - Mary Persons (1972-2001)
26 - Valdosta (1974-1999)
23 - Valdosta (1950-1972)
20 - Commerce (1970-1989)
20 - Tucker (1994-2013)
19 - Clinch County (1982-2000)
19 - Northside, WR (1997-2015)
18 - Appling County (1994-2011)
17 - Buford (1999-2015)
17 - Carver, Col. (1999-2015)
17 - Creekside (1995-2011)
16 - Manchester (1976-1991)
16 - Warner Robins (1968-1983)
15 - Coffee (1986-2000)
 
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Weekend Scores
Thursday's games
Central, Carrollton 14, Bowdon 0
Columbus 37, Jordan 25
Jenkins 15, Savannah Christian 14
 
Friday's games
Adairsville 20, Ridgeland 13
Aquinas 49, Glenn Hills 6
Archer 49, North Paulding 21
Athens Academy 49, Glascock Co. 0
Athens Christian 31, Strong Rock 21
Beach 29, Savannah 18
Benedictine 47, GAC 44
Brantley Co. 19, Atkinson Co. 0
Brunswick 35, McIntosh Co. Acad. 12
Buford 27, Eastern Christian, Md. 20
Calvary Day 48, New Hampstead 12
Campbell 41, South Atlanta 16
Cedar Grove 36, Southwest DeKalb 0
Central, Talbotton 28, Baconton 26
Cherokee 51, Chattahoochee 23
Clinch Co. 53, Calhoun Co. 8
Crawford Co. 34, Mount Vernon 21
Creekside 33, South Cobb 13
Dacula 36, Collins Hill 22
Dalton 35, Scottsboro, Ala. 21
Darlington 20, Central Catholic, Fla. 7
Dodge Co. 42, Bleckley Co. 7
Dublin 3, Laney 0
Dunwoody 32, Clarkston 14
Dutchtown 35, Osborne 19
ELCA 35, North Florida Christian 0
Early Co. 7, Irwin Co. 7
East Paulding 17, Allatoona 10
Effingham Co. 20, Liberty Co. 14
Etowah 54, Marietta 21
Evans 49, Westside, Augusta 7
Fellowship Christian 34, Armuchee 7
Fitzgerald 48, Worth Co. 27
Greenbrier 10, Harlem 3
Harrison 41, Pope 13
Hebron Christian 21, East Jackson 13
Howard 28, Lamar Co. 19
Jefferson 19, Rabun Co. 7
Jenkins Co. 28, Montgomery Co. 0
Johnson, Gaines. 17, Madison Co. 0
Jonesboro 31, Mount Zion, Jones. 6
Kendrick 24, Stewart Co. 0
LaGrange 44, Callaway 20
Landmark 34, Christian Heritage 22
Lanier 17, Lambert 7
Lassiter 24, Hillgrove 17
Lee Co. 42, Westover 7
Lincoln Co. 41, McCormick, S.C. 6
M.L. King 20, Columbia 7
McIntosh 16, Fayette Co. 7
Metter 16, Bryan Co. 0
Miller Grove 41, Towers 7
Model 21, Lumpkin Co. 18
Monroe 11, Perry 0
Mount Paran. 42, Erwin, N.C. 35
Mount Pisgah 27, Brookstone 21
Mount Zion, Carroll 32, Temple 3
New Manchester 29, Douglas Co. 28
Newton 46, Berkmar 12
N. Augusta, SC 32, Lakeside, Evans 7
Northside, W.R. 27, North Cobb 24
Pace Academy 24, Lovett 0
Putnam Co. 20, Warren Co. 14
Randolph-Clay 42, Lanier Co. 0
Redan 28, Lakeside, Atlanta 0
Riverwood 38, Coosa 3
Rockdale Co. 27, Heritage, Con. 21
Rome 48, Villa Rica 44
Roswell 35, Lowndes 8
Sandy Creek 41, Creekview 0
Screven Co. 57, St. John's, S.C. 6
Shaw 39, Luella 14
Smiths Station, Ala. 41, A-Sumter 13
South Forsyth 45, Mountain View 14
South Paulding 14, Sprayberry 7
SE Whitfield 24, Coahulla Creek 6
Stephenson 53, Arabia Mountain 22
Stockbridge 13, Central, Ala. 7
Thomson 55, Jefferson Co. 22
Tift Co. 56, Henry Co. 7
Trion 19, Gordon Lee 7
Turner Co. 29, Terrell Co. 20
Vidalia 21, Swainsboro 0
Walton 49, South Gwinnett 17
Ware Co. 42, Brooks Co. 7
Wesleyan 56, Walker 0
West Laurens 45, Thomasville 0
Wheeler 52, Duluth 6
Woodland, Stock. 36, North Springs 7
Woodstock 40, River Ridge 21
 
Saturday's games
Burke Co. 20, Statesboro 7
Cambridge 41, Holy Innocents' 0
Camden Co. 48, Lincoln, Fla. 13
Carver, Co. 28, Carver, Atlanta 24
Christ Pres., Ten. 35, Peach. Ridge 21
Coffee 39, North Oconee 0
Colquitt Co. 45, North Gwinnett 14
Glynn Academy 28, Wayne Co. 14
Grady 40, Washington 13
Kell 35, Carrollton 0
Mays 36, Hughes 26
McEachern 50, Tucker 14
Mill Creek 42, Brookwood 7
Norcross 34, Valdosta 31
Northwest Whitfield 28, Ringgold 18
Parkview 18, McCallie, Tenn. 13
Tri-Cities 47, Hardaway 21