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Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2015


In The News
Whitewater coach McCreary retires
Amos McCreary, who led Whitewater and Creekside to semifinals in 22 seasons as a head coach, has retired. McCreary's 2000 Creekside team was 13-1 and lost to Statesboro in the Class AAAA semifinals. He started the Whitewater program in 2003 and made the 2012 semifinals, losing to Gainesville. His Whitewater teams had never had a losing season or been shut out until the 2-8 finish this fall.
Several other coaching vacancies have come open in the past week.
*Rodney Holder, who started Grovetown's program in 2009, has stepped down. Holder's teams were 29-41 in seven seasons, 5-5 in 2015.
*Schley County's Mark Daniel is out after two seasons that included an 0-10 finish in 2015. His 6-4 team of 2014 marked the school's first winning record since 2008.
*New Hampstead's Bernard Gaither has stepped down. New Hampstead has gone 2-8 and 7-3 in its two seasons, both against a non-region schedule.
*Toombs County's Lyman Guy is out after two 2-8 seasons. Guy had gone 10-2 with Richmond Hill in 2013 and led Toombs Academy of the GISA to state titles in 2003 and 2004.
*Chestatee is replacing Bill Forman, who had been with the program for four years, two as head coach. Forman's teams were 1-19.
*North Forsyth is changing directions after three seasons with Jason Galt, whose record was 10-20 overall, 2-8 in 2015. Galt had led Dutchtown to its best finish (11-2) in 2010.
Quarterfinal Preview
Class AAAA
Marist at Woodward Academy
When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Colquitt Stadium, College Park
Records, rankings: Marist is 10-2, the No. 2 seed from Region 6-AAAA and No. 9; Woodward Academy is 12-0, the No. 1 seed from 5-AAAA and No. 3.
Last meeting: Marist won 17-16 in overtime in 1995.
Three things to know: 1. Marist leads the series between these old metro Atlanta private schools 23-14, but they haven't played each other in 20 years. Woodward reached the semifinals last season for the first time since 1980, when Woodward beat Marist in the Class AAA championship game. Marist is trying to reach the semifinals for the 20th time, first since 2013. 2. Marist had 404 yards rushing on 53 attempts in a 45-21 victory over Mary Persons in the second round. RB Michael Addicks rushed for 125 yards on 26 carries and scored four touchdowns. Spencer Taylor had 110 yards rushing on just four carries and caught Marist's only completed pass for 23 yards. 3. The most notable Woodward Academy player is RB Elijah Holyfield, who has rushed for 746 yards and six touchdowns in only seven games. But Woodward has more yards passing than rushing. QB Ryan Glover was 17-of-21 passing for 265 yards and three touchdowns in a 48-21 victory over Spalding last week. He has thrown for 2,325 yards on the season. LB Max Richardson had 13 tackles, a sack and a 94-yard fumble return for a touchdown against Spalding.
Maxwell Ratings' projection: Woodward Academy by 17
Winner plays: Buford/Thomson winner
Buford at Thomson
When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, The Brickyard, Thomson
Records, rankings: Buford is 11-1, the No. 1 seed from Region 8-AAAA and No. 2; Thomson is 11-1, the No. 1 seed from 3-AAAA and No. 8.
Last meeting: Buford won 41-7 in 2009.
Three things to know: 1. Buford is in the quarterfinals for the 16th consecutive season. The Wolvers are 13-2 in the previous ones and won the past eight. Thomson is in the quarters for the first time since 2012. Thomson last won a quarterfinal in 2002 during its Class AAAA championship season. 2. Thomson RB Michael Thomas, subbing for injured 1,698-yard rusher Billy Mance, ran for 287 yards and scored on runs of 75 and 58 yards in a 44-21 victory over Grady last week. Thomson averages more than 311 yards rushing per game and got 334 in Mance's absence last week. Mance is expected to play this week. QB Rashad Sturgis had three TD passes. DE Nick Moss had two sacks, giving him 12 on the season. 3. This will be the second straight team that Buford has faced that averages more than 300 yards rushing. Buford allows only 51.4 per game and held Worth County to 142 in a 42-0 victory last week. Buford rushed for 396 yards. RB Anthony Grant is the leading rusher (705) on a team with no back with more than 85 carries on the season. QB Mic Roof is 84-of-121 passing for 1,345 yards and 16 touchdowns.
Maxwell Ratings' projection: Buford by 10
Winner plays: Marist/Woodward Academy winner
St. Pius at Bainbridge
When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Centennial Field, Bainbridge
Records, rankings: St. Pius is 10-2, the No. 1 seed from Region 6-AAAA and No. 6; Bainbridge is 12-0, the No. 1 seed from 1-AAAA and No. 5.
Last meeting: This is the teams' first meeting.
Three things to know: 1. Bainbridge is trying to reach the semifinals for the third time and first since 1993. The Bearcats are 12-0 for the first time in their history. Bainbridge played its first recorded football game in 1913. St. Pius will be the first private school that Bainbridge has ever faced. St. Pius was the AAAA runner-up to Buford last year. 2. Bainbridge RB Dameon Pierce has rushed for 1,736 yards, and WR Tyler Story has 1,207 yards receiving, although the Bearcats were outgained 291-166 in a 14-7 victory over Sandy Creek in overtime last week. QB Brett McLaughlin threw a 14-yard TD pass to TE Russell Wheeler in overtime, and then Bainbridge's defense made the stop. 3. Seldom-used FB Ryan Walsh rushed for 106 yards and scored three touchdowns, one a 75-yarder, on just six carries in St. Pius's 33-14 victory over West Laurens last week. St. Pius rushed for 253 yards and attempted just one pass (a 40-yard completion). St. Pius averages 267.8 yards rushing, with Lawson Cooper (788 yards on the season), Grant Holloman (708) and QB Reed Egan (609) typically leading the way.
Maxwell Ratings' projection: Bainbridge by 9
Winner plays: Jonesboro/Cartersville winner
Jonesboro at Cartersville
When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Weinman Stadium, Cartersville
Records, rankings: Jonesboro is 11-1, the No. 1 seed from Region 4-AAAA and No. 7; Cartersville is 12-0, the No. 1 seed from 7-AAAA and No. 1.
Last meeting: This is the teams' first meeting.
Three things to know: 1. This is Jonesboro's deepest playoff run since a 1949 Class C semifinal appearance. Cartersville lost to eventual AAAA champion Buford in the 2014 semifinals. 2. Cartersville QB Trevor Lawrence has thrown for 3,010 yards and 35 touchdowns. WR Terrius Callahan has more than 1,000 receiving yards. But Cartersville's defense stood out more in a 28-7 victory over Liberty County last week. Liberty had only 44 yards of total offense through its first nine possessions. LB Tyler Reed returned an interception 92 yards. 3. Jonesboro had minus-46 yards rushing in a 14-10 victory over Carrollton last week, but QB Zerrick Cooper (committed to Clemson) was 14-of-25 passing for 205 yards and two touchdowns. Jonesboro held Carrollton to 171 total yards. Kali James had two sacks and two other tackles for losses, forced a fumble and broke up a pass.
Maxwell Ratings' projection: Cartersville by 14
Winner plays: St. Pius/Bainbridge winner
Class AAA
Westminster at Adairsville
When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Tiger Stadium, Adairsville
Records, rankings: Westminster is 8-4, the No. 3 seed from Region 4-AAA and unranked; Adairsville is 11-1, the No. 2 seed from 6-AAA and No. 8.
Last meeting: This is the teams' first meeting.
Three things to know: 1. Westminster has recorded five consecutive lopsided victories since dealing with injuries during a 3-4 start. The Wildcats broke a 10-year quarterfinal drought in 2014, when they lost to state champion Calhoun in the semifinals. Adairsville reached the quarterfinals for the first time since 2001 last year and can tie the school record for victories with a win this week. 2. Westminster RB Zay Malcome surpassed the 1,000-yard mark (1,070) for the season by rushing for 118 yards and three touchdowns in a 49-28 victory over Callaway in the second round. PK Blake Gillikin kicked a school-record 52-yard field goal and a 43-yarder, averaged 54.3 yards on three punts, and put six of nine kickoffs into the end zone. Sophomore LB Truman Jones had 12 tackles, including four for loss. 3. Adairsville RB Sidnee Johnson rushed for 128 yards and a touchdown on 28 carries in a 34-16 second-round victory over Region 2 champion Jackson. Johnson has run for 1,692 yards and 25 TDs this season. Torrey Hale had a 35-yard touchdown catch, a 20-yard TD run and a late interception that secured the victory. Adairsville led 21-0 at halftime, saw the lead cut to 21-16, then pulled away in the fourth quarter.
Maxwell Ratings' projection: Adairsville by 7
Winner plays: Westside (Macon)/Cedar Grove winner
Westside (Macon) at Cedar Grove
When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, James R. Hallford Stadium, Clarkston
Records, rankings: Westside is 9-3, the No. 4 seed from Region 2-AAA and unranked; Cedar Grove is 10-1-1, the No. 2 seed from 4-AAA and No. 3.
Last meeting: This is the teams' first meeting.
Three things to know: 1. Westside was the only No. 4 seed in Class AAA and the only Region 2-AAA team to survive the first two rounds. The Seminoles are making their first quarterfinal appearance since 2009, Sheddrick Risper's first season as head coach after taking over from Robert Davis. Cedar Grove is in the quarterfinals for the first time since 2010, and a win would put the Saints in their first semifinal since 1991. 2. Westside QB Savion Knowlton was 7-of-11 passing for 89 yards and two touchdowns and ran for 139 yards and three scores in a 43-10 second-round victory over Sonoraville. Knowlton has 2,412 yards and 35 touchdowns passing and rushing this season. Sonoraville was held to less than 150 yards rushing by the Seminoles after getting more than 450 in its first-round game. 3. Cedar Grove RB LaBron Morris rushed for 182 yards and a touchdown on 20 carries in the Saints' 28-14 victory over Oconee County in the second round. Morris, the leading rusher in DeKalb County, has 1,561 yards and 18 touchdowns for the season. QB Jelani Woods was 7-of-14 passing for 200 yards and two touchdowns, increasing his season totals to 1,680 yards and 18 TDs. Cedar Grove outgained the Warriors 438-221.
Maxwell Ratings' projection: Cedar Grove by 19
Winner plays: Westminster/Adairsville winner
Elbert County at Calhoun
When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Phil Reeve Stadium, Calhoun
Records, rankings: Elbert County is 10-2, the No. 3 seed from Region 8-AAA and unranked; Calhoun is 12-0, the No. 1 seed from 6-AAA and No. 1.
Last meeting: Calhoun won 19-17 in the 2014 Class AAA quarterfinals.
Three things to know: 1. Elbert County is making its third quarterfinal appearance in five seasons but has not reached the semifinals since its 1995 team won the Class AA championship. Defending state champion Calhoun has won 27 consecutive games and is in the quarterfinals for the eighth straight season. The Yellow Jackets played in the state final in six of the previous seven seasons. 2. Elbert County QB Mecole Hardman rushed for 222 yards and three touchdowns and had a key interception in the final two minutes to help preserve a 23-8 victory over previously unbeaten Dodge County in the second round. In two playoff games, Hardman has run for 523 yards and scored all five of his team's touchdowns. Dodge County was averaging 292.9 yards rushing but was held to 148. 3. Calhoun coach Hal Lamb earned the 200th victory of his coaching career when the Yellow Jackets beat Peach County 20-14 in overtime in the second round. Lamb is 200-46 in 19 seasons, all but two at Calhoun. QB Kaelan Riley passed for 166 yards, ran for 165 and scored the game-winner on a 15-yard run in overtime. Peach County had the ball first in overtime but fumbled at the 1-yard line. Olico Dennis had 78 yards rushing on 22 carries and caught a 25-yard touchdown pass.
Maxwell Ratings' projection: Calhoun by 21
Winner plays: Blessed Trinity/Dawson County winner
Blessed Trinity at Dawson County
When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Tiger Stadium, Dawsonville
Records, rankings: Blessed Trinity is 11-0-1, the No. 1 seed from Region 4-AAA and No. 2; Dawson County is 9-3, the No. 1 seed from 7-AAA and unranked.
Last meeting: This is the teams' first meeting.
Three things to know: 1. Blessed Trinity and Dawson County both had to overcome injuries to two of their offensive stars during second-round victories. Blessed Trinity QB Conor Davis and RB Milton Shelton left the game in the first quarter of a 38-12 victory over Jefferson. Dawson County lost leading receiver Tucker Maxwell and leading rusher Hunter Mitchell late in the first half of a 22-12 victory over Spencer. The status of the players for this week is not known. 2. Former Sequoyah and Lambert coach Sid Maxwell has led Dawson County to unprecedented heights in his first season in Dawsonville. The Tigers, who have been playing football since 1967, have set a school record for victories with nine, won their first region title and advanced to the quarterfinals for the first time. Dawson County was 2-8 in 2014. 3. Blessed Trinity got a big night from the backups after Davis and Shelton left last week's game. RB Garrett Dupuis ran for 123 yards and three touchdowns on 21 carries and caught a touchdown pass. Freshman QB Jake Smith was 12-for-14 passing for 200 yards.
Maxwell Ratings' projection: Blessed Trinity by 35
Winner plays: Elbert County/Calhoun winner
Coming Wednesday: Classes AA and A

Four Questions Presented By GPB Sports
2GHSF Daily asked Georgia head coaches to answer these four questions. We'll report from a different head coach each day.
Welton Coffey, Camden County
1. What is the most memorable game you've been a part of as a player or coach? "As a player, the 1984-85 season William M. Raines Vikings vs. Jean Ribault Trojans, Jacksonville, Fla., in the Gator Bowl my senior year. Well over 10,000 attended the Northwest Classic. One of the biggest rivalry games in the state of Florida. As a coach, I have been blessed to be a part of many memorable games; however, it would be the 2009 Lowndes vs. Camden second-round playoff game. Camden won. Holding the ball for eight minutes in the fourth quarter to end the game was pretty amazing considering our very talented opponent."
2. Which high school coach would you want your son to play for, and why? "There are many men that I believe are good coaches, but more importantly are good men - Frank Stephens [Ware County], Jeff Herron [Prince Avenue Christian], Jimmy Dorsey [athletics director at McEachern], Jason Tone [Worth County], Jon Lindsay [East Paulding], Maurice Freeman [Brooks County], Byron Love [Westlake]. I watch these men with their families as well as their players. I believe I know what is in their hearts."
3. What is your pet peeve as a coach or favorite saying/motto?"Pet peeve: Selfishness and undisciplined, on and off the field. Motto: Hebrews 12:11 'For the moment all discipline seems painful rather than pleasant, but later it yields the peaceful fruit of righteousness to those who have been trained by it.'"
4. Which GHSA policy or high school football rule would you most like to see changed? "The new contact rule. I am for the safety of the student-athletes in all sports; however, football is what it is. We have to trust coaches to be the professionals that they are. They love their players, and I am sure that they will not do anything to jeopardize the health and safety of any of them. This a violent collision sport. That is the essence of this game. You cannot tame it. You teach the proper techniques, and players apply what they have been taught."
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All-Region Teams
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Player of the year: WR Kiel Pollard, Colquitt County, Sr.
Offensive players of the year: QB Seth Shuman, Valdosta, Sr., and QB Chase Parrish, Colquitt County, Sr.
Defensive player of the year: LB/DE Dee Walker, Colquitt County, Sr.
Special teams player of the year: PK Luis Martinez, Colquitt County, Sr.
Athlete of the year: WR/RB Ty Lee, Colquitt County, Sr.
Utility player of the year: TE Gabe Nabers, Lowndes, Sr.
Coach of the year: Rush Propst, Colquitt County
First-team offense
QB - Austin Dixon, Lowndes, Sr.
RB - Barry Bennett, Tift County, Sr.
RB - Brandon McMaster, Camden County, Jr.
WR - Tray Eafford, Lee County, Sr.
WR - R.J. Merriweather, Tift County, Sr.
WR - Wesley Veal, Valdosta, Jr.
TE - Shaun Bonner, Colquitt County, Sr.
OL - Chris Barnes, Lee County, Sr.
OL - Tarik Adams, Lowndes, Sr.
OL - Nate Lee, Lowndes, Sr.
OL - Tray Johnson, Colquitt County, Sr.
OL - Mack Nash, Camden County, Sr.
P - Drew Harrison, Tift County, Sr.
K - Will Solomon, Lowndes, Sr.
First-team defense
DL - Aubrey Solomon, Lee County, Jr.
DL - DeAndre Gardenhire, Camden County, Sr.
DL - J.T. Graydon, Tift County, Sr.
DL - Ty Philips, Colquitt County, Sr.
LB - Todd Bradley, Valdosta, Sr.
LB - Akivie Bailey, Colquitt County, Sr.
LB - Jay Blakely, Colquitt County, Sr.
LB - Dondre Winn, Camden County, Sr.
DB - Otis Reese, Lee County, So.
DB - Landon Scott, Colquitt County, Sr.
DB - Rakeem Hightower, Colquitt County, Sr.
DB - Antwon Kincade, Valdosta, Jr.
DB - Tyson Harris, Lowndes, Jr.
DB - Zeke Moore, Camden County, Sr.
Second-team offense
QB - Garet Morrell, Lee County, Sr.
RB - Harrison Poole, Camden County, Sr.
RB - Dezmon Copeland, Lowndes, Sr.
TE - Jontae Baker, Valdosta, Jr.
OL - Keenan Hellesto, Camden County, Sr.
OL - Daniel Brinson, Colquitt County, Sr.
OL - Quan Stokes, Colquitt County, Jr.
OL - Hunner Finley, Lowndes, Jr.
OL - Davis McCranie, Valdosta, Sr.
WR - Xavier Jenkins, Lowndes, Jr.
WR - Dylan Presley, Lowndes, Sr.
WR - Jamarcus Tyson, Valdosta, Sr.
P - Jacob McMillan, Valdosta, Sr.
K - Fernando Ramirez, Tift County, So.
Second-team defense
DL - Brandon Beauford, Lowndes, Sr.
DL - Devon Holmes, Lowndes, Jr.
DL - Devonnsha Maxwell, Valdosta, Jr.
DL - Collins Tensley, Lee County, Sr.
DL - Domonique Hargrave, Camden County, Sr.
LB - Logan Neeley, Lowndes, Sr.
LB - Michael Barrett, Lowndes, So.
LB - Cody Thompson, Tift County, Jr.
LB - Cole Maxwell, Lee County, Sr.
DB - Jeremiah Baker, Camden County, Sr.
DB - Rashay March, Valdosta, Sr.
DB - Quan Singletary, Colquitt County, Sr.
DB - Kiontae Green, Colquitt County, Sr.
DB - Eric Atkins, Tift County, Jr.
DB - Kevin Hutchinson, Camden County, Sr.
DB - Coyshon Roberts, Lowndes, Sr.
DB - Jamarius Walker, Colquitt County, Jr.
Honorable mention: QB Antonio Hamilton, Camden County; RB Nate Powell, Colquitt County; RB Demerious Milton, Lee County; RB Tim Griffin, Valdosta; RB Deangelo Williams, Valdosta; TE Rojuan Wright, Camden County; TE Luis Regal, Lowndes; TE Chris Bouie, Colquitt County; OL Kameron Fullmore, Tift County; OL Tucker Barnes, Lowndes; OL Kyle Pecko, Camden County; OL Drew Barnes, Camden County; OL Killian McClain, Camden County; OL Noah Moore, Colquitt County; OL Ian Brinson, Colquitt County; OL Jacob Baker, Lee County; OL Zach Lloyd, Valdosta; OL Aaron Graham, Valdosta; WR Tory Ponder, Colquitt County; WR Isaiah Thomas, Colquitt County; WR Ahrion Covington, Lee County; WR Fred Lloyd, Tift County; WR Tayvonn Kyle, Lowndes; WR Bo Rodemaker, Valdosta; WR Stephon Lee, Camden County; WR Antonio Keuma, Valdosta; P Tyson Shaw, Lowndes; K Davis Baldwin, Valdosta; K Oliver Kellam, Camden County; DL Eric Reese, Colquitt County; DL Quinton Moore, Colquitt County; DL Tyrese Doe, Valdosta; DL Barry McBurney, Lowndes; DL Dimarian Wyche, Colquitt County; DL Elgin Griffin, Lowndes; DL Nathan Lang, Colquitt County; DL Tory Carter, Lee County; LB Ja'kobe Shealey, Colquitt County; LB Zacoby McClain, Valdosta; LB Willie Sheffield, Camden County; LB Terry Compton, Camden County; LB Kendrick Clemons, Valdosta; LB J.J. Peterson, Colquitt County; LB Roderick Williams, Lowndes; LB Trevonte Grace, Lee County; LB Ronald Wilson, Lee County; DB Justin Smith, Lowndes; DB William Bryant, Lee County; DB Nui Misajon, Lee County; DB T.J. Harper, Lee County; DB Jayce Rogers, Valdosta; DB Devonte Lavalias-White, Camden County; DB Cole Logan, Camden County; DB Aikaari Ryce, Camden County; DB Tyrese Barge, Colquitt County







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List Presented By First Commercial Real Estate
Two to the semis
Whitewater coach Amos McCreary, who retired this week, was one of 12 active coaches this season who had led two schools to the semifinals. Here are those 12:
Bill Ballard, White County
(2002-04 Tucker, 2008-09 Peachtree Ridge)
Ed Dudley, Carrollton
(2004, 2007 Walton; 2012 Ware County)
Mike Earwood, Our Lady of Mercy
(1989, 1991, 1995 Cartersville; 2000 Starr's Mill)
Sid Fritts, Elbert County
(2003 Vidalia; 2008 Rome)
Jeff Herron, Prince Avenue Christian
(1999 Oconee County; 2002-04, 2007-09 Camden County)
Tim McFarlin, Blessed Trinity
(2006 Roswell; 2014 Blessed Trinity)
Amos McCreary, Whitewater
(2000 Creekside; 2012 Whitewater)
Bruce Miller, Gainesville
(2001 North Forsyth; 2009, 2011-13 Gainesville)
Eric Parker, Burke County
(2002, 2004 Laney; 2010-11 Burke County)
Ed Pilcher, Berrien
(1988, 1990 Early County; 1992-94, 1996-97, 2002-03, 2007 Thomas County Central)
Franklin Stephens, Ware County
(2007-08, 2010-11 Tucker; 2012-13 Lamar County)
Frank Vohun, Haralson County
(1991 Villa Rica; 2000 Washington-Wilkes)



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Playoff Scores, Pairings
Second round
Roswell 34, Camden Co. 15
Collins Hill 31, Newton 24
Grayson 54, Valdosta 21
Westlake 28, Peachtree Ridge 9
Colquitt Co. 62, Central Gwinnett 21
South Forsyth 42, Tucker 35
Archer 24, McEachern 21
Mill Creek 44, Newnan 14
Collins Hill at Roswell
Grayson at Westlake
Colquitt Co. at South Forsyth
Archer at Mill Creek
Second round
Allatoona 30, Starr's Mill 14
Houston Co. 42, Mays 40
Northgate 41, Lanier 21
Kell 14, Coffee 7
Drew 54, South Paulding 23
Ware Co. 35, Rome 24
Stockbridge 40, Gainesville 34
Glynn Academy 20, Dalton 13
Houston Co. at Allatoona
Kell at Northgate
Drew at Ware Co.
Glynn Academy at Stockbridge
Class AAAA
Second round
Woodward Academy 48, Spalding 21
Marist 45, Mary Persons 21
Buford 42, Worth Co. 0
Thomson 44, Grady 21
Bainbridge 14, Sandy Creek 7
St. Pius 33, West Laurens 14
Jonesboro 14, Carrollton 10
Cartersville 28, Liberty Co. 7
Marist at Woodward Academy
Buford at Thomson
St. Pius at Bainbridge
Jonesboro at Cartersville
Class AAA
Second round
Westminster 49, Callaway 28
Adairsville 34, Jackson 16
Cedar Grove 28, Oconee Co. 14
Westside, Macon 43, Sonoraville 10
Elbert Co. 23, Dodge Co. 8
Calhoun 20, Peach Co. 14
Blessed Trinity 38, Jefferson 12
Dawson Co. 22, Spencer 12
Westminster at Adairsville
Westside, Macon at Cedar Grove
Elbert Co. at Calhoun
Blessed Trinity at Dawson Co.
Class AA
Second round
Fitzgerald 24, Heard Co. 7
Benedictine 41, Lovett 40
Rabun Co. 41, Early Co. 7
Jefferson Co. 23, Wesleyan 21
Brooks Co. 41, Manchester 26
GAC 48, Vidalia 22
Macon Co. 41, Bowdon 7
Pace Academy 27, Screven Co. 7
Fitzgerald at Benedictine
Rabun Co. at Jefferson Co.
Brooks Co. at GAC
Pace Academy at Macon Co.
Class A (public)
First round
Marion Co. 22, Twiggs Co. 20
Commerce 31, Charlton Co. 29
Clinch Co. 30, Dooly Co. 8
Johnson Co. 21, Randolph-Clay 8
Irwin Co. 30, Wilkinson Co. 13
Trion 40, Turner Co. 6
Mount Zion, Carroll 10, Lincoln Co. 7
Emanuel Co. Institute 59, Telfair Co. 38
Commerce at Marion Co.
Johnson Co. at Clinch Co.
Trion at Irwin Co.
Mount Zion, Carroll at ECI
Class A (private)
First round
Prince Ave. 41, First Presbyterian 7
Sav. Christian 24, Landmark Christ. 14
Mount Paran Christian 56, Pacelli 34
ELCA 45, Mount Pisgah Christian 7
Aquinas 42, Brookstone 7
Christian Heritage 22, Athens Acd. 14
Stratford Academy 14, Calvary Day 7
Pinecrest Acd. 20, Athens Christian 7
Savannah Christian at Prince Avenue
Mount Paran Christian at ELCA
Christian Heritage at Aquinas
Stratford Academy at Pinecrest Acd. 


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