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Friday, 24 August 2012

In The News

Past four AAAAA champs played in Kell

The 20th anniversary edition of the Corky Kell Classic kicks off Saturday at the Georgia Dome with five games.

 

The event began as a doubleheader in 1992. It added a game this year to make it five. Chattahoochee coach Terry Crowder says buses will leave his school for the Georgia Dome at 6:30 a.m. Saturday for the 9 a.m. start. One wonders if it's not the earliest regular-season game in the history of the high school football. In this state, at least. 

 

Here are five facts about the 2012 event that are worth noting:

 

*A team that played in the Kell has gone on to win Class AAAAA each of the past four seasons - 2011 Grayson, 2010 Brookwood and 2009 and 2008 Camden County. The Kell Classic has seen an eventual state champion in 10 of its 20 seasons. Many were not teams you would expect, including Roswell getting its first title in 36 years in 2006. Brookwood in 1996 and Camden County in 2009 won state titles despite losing their Kell games.

 

*The Kell is typically good for at least one really good upset. Few thought Lassiter, coming off a 5-6 season, would beat defending AAAAA champion Brookwood last season or reach the state semifinals later in the year. It turns out that we were watching three eventual semifinal teams - Grayson, Lassiter and Walton. In 2010, Kell shocked Grayson. In 2009, Grayson bounced defending champion Camden County.

 

*There are two south Georgia teams in the Kell for the first time since 1999, when Thomas County Central and Colquitt made it. No. 2 Colquitt County and No. 3 Camden County are nationally ranked. Non-metro Atlanta teams are 14-7 against metro teams in the Kell Classic, which begs the question: Why do they not like playing the state championship game in the Dome again?

 

*The top three players in GHSF Daily's Player of the Year Watch are playing Saturday in the Dome. They are Grayson DE Robert Nkemdiche, Walton RB Tyren Jones and Camden County HB/DB J.J. Green.

 

*The top four teams in the AAAAAA rankings are playing in the Kell. They are Grayson, Colquitt County, Camden County and Walton. That's a first. Kell, the No. 4 team in AAAAA, also is playing.

 

Piedmont, Westwood put GISA win streaks on line

Georgia high school football history will take place tonight in Camilla between two state champions of which many Georgia high school football fans have never heard.

 

Westwood School, the home team, is the reigning champion of Class A in the Georgia Independent School Association, sometimes called GISA (pronounced gee-sa). The team averaged 49.9 points per game last season, the second-most in state history (GHSA or GISA) behind Camden County's 50.9 in 2011.

 

Piedmont Academy, from Monticello, is the reigning champion of Class AA.

 

Each team is riding a 26-game winning streak. This is believed to be the first time in state history that teams with winning streaks that long have played each other. The longest winning streak in GISA history is 29 games, held by Westwood and Savannah Christian.

 

"I do feel like this game should get statewide attention since both schools and football programs have had such unprecedented success the past two seasons," said Westwood's coach, Ross Worsham, who grew up in Camilla and played for Mitchell-Baker's 1983 GHSA state championship team. "You have four state championships and 52 straight victories between the two schools on the line. I know both communities view this as a huge opening game, and I feel like there will be a ton of interest."

 

Piedmont Academy coach Rhett Farmer added a key note: "Both head coaches were willing to put their streaks in jeopardy."

 

The GISA has 46 member schools that play football. They are private schools with enrollment that typically would be middle to low in the GHSA's Class A.

 

But college coaches know they're there. In 2011, there were 69 college football players who came from associations other than the GHSA, primarily GISA.

 

"GISA football is very competitive considering the small size of the member schools when you compare the small number of student-athletes as compared to what most public schools have to draw from," said Piedmont's Farmer, whose school has about 45 males, 31 who play football. "This league is loaded with talent when you look at it from a per-capita standpoint."

 

No scrimmage for Grayson

Only about a dozen Georgia teams are choosing not to play scrimmage games this preseason. That becomes news when one of those is Grayson, a reigning state champion that is the No. 1-ranked team in Class AAAAAA.

 

Grayson coach Mickey Conn gave three reasons for that. One is the risk of injury. His starting quarterback has been injured in scrimmage games the past two seasons.

 

Another reason is managing the emotions of his players.

 

"Too many people put too much emphasis in the scrimmage and turn it into a game instead of a scrimmage, including our players," Conn said. "They get so amped up for the scrimmage, they have a letdown for the opening game."

 

Grayson lost its 2010 opener to Kell 13-10 and defeated Kell 7-0 in 2011. Both games were in the Corky Kell Classic.

 

Conn's third reason is his desire to control what his team works on rather than let a game dictate that.

 

"We've done more intrasquad scrimmages to condition the team both physically and mentally," Conn said. "It gave me the opportunity to work on specific things that I might not in a regular scrimmage because I'm trying to win the game. We felt like we'd get more out of a controlled scrimmage and keep that energy bottled up for the first game."

 

2,000-yard rusher eligible at Coosa

Janier Ferguson, who rushed for 2,063 yards at Pepperell last season, was cleared to play this week at Coosa, where he transferred. Ferguson has begun practicing with the team. Coosa, 3-7 last season, opens Aug. 31 at Gordon Central.

 

ACPOY picks likely to leave Georgia

North Oconee head coach Terry Tuley asked this week how many of the all-classification players of the year (the Daily List on Tuesday) stayed in Georgia to play college football. The answer is nine of the 33, but only one since 2002. That would be ECI's Washaun Ealey, who played at Georgia but is now at Jacksonville State. The most recent ACPOY who went to an in-state school and finished his eligibility there is Reggie Brown of Carrollton (1998). He was an all-SEC receiver at Georgia. That does not include Hutson Mason, the Lassiter quarterback who now is a backup at Georgia. Mason was not an AJC all-class player of the year but was the Associated Press ACPOY in 2009. Also, of those 33, 10 signed with Georgia, one with Georgia Tech (Joe Burns).

 

In the Navy

In our Tuesday feature "Quarterbacks set to shine in 2012," we reported that 11 Georgia quarterbacks have committed to FBS (formerly Division I-A) schools.

 

The next day, that number became 12 as Chattahoochee's Travis Marshall gave his verbal commitment to Navy, which is a popular destination for Georgia signal-callers.

 

Navy's current starting quarterback is Trey Miller, formerly of Whitefield Academy. Navy also has made an offer to Hillgrove quarterback Troy Thompson this year.

 

The most successful Navy quarterback since Roger Staubach was Ricky Dobbs of Douglas County. Dobbs turned down an offer to play receiver at Georgia. After a redshirt year at Naval Academy Prep in Rhode Island, he became Navy's starter and broke the single-season NCAA record for rushing touchdowns by a quarterback with 27.

 

Before Dobbs, Lamar Owens of Benedictine ('02) in Savannah was a two-year starter at Navy and led the team to back-to-back bowl victories for the first time in school history.

 

Thanks to Trey Alverson for some of that history. And sorry that you won't be able to get the Village People out of your head today.

 

Minding our Pease and QBs

Our list of quarterbacks from the past decade who signed with FBS schools didn't include players listed in recruiting services at other positions. Angelo Pease, the quarterback for Cairo's state championship team in 2008, signed with Kansas State. He went to junior college for two years but found his way to K-State, where he plays running back. Thanks to reader J.L. King for pointing that out.

 

Willis is another FBS-bound QB in Georgia

Another reader points out that Marist quarterback Myles Willis has committed to Boston College. Our feature story spotlighted only those Georgia quarterbacks being recruited primarily at quarterback. Others include Terry Googer of Woodward Academy (offers from Georgia Tech, Notre Dame and others) and Donovahn Jones of Dutchtown (offers from Arkansas, Missouri and others).

 

Two more guys to add to the career passing totals

The Georgia High School Football Historians Association is the unofficial keeper of state records in Georgia, but the GHSFHA's information is reliant on coaches and fans to keep those lists up to date. We ran a list of the all-time passing leaders in Georgia (career yards). Readers pointed out two omissions. Cain Campbell of North Paulding threw for 7,151 yards, and Taylor Heinicke of Collins Hills passed for 6,478. Both quarterbacks played from 2008 to 2010. By the way, Heinicke threw 25 touchdown passes as a freshman at Old Dominion last year despite not starting until mid-season.

 

Seven FBS players on Grayson's defense

Grayson could have seven FBS signees on its defense this season. What's the record? We don't know. But Grayson's seven will line up something like this - DE Robert Nkemdiche (Clemson), DE Jack Banda (Arizona), DT Zach Barnes (Tennessee), OLB Wayne Gallman (Clemson), DB David Kamara (Clemson), DB Ryan Carter (Ole Miss offer, and others) and DB Kasey Gaines (offer from Penn State). "And that doesn't include one of our best players, Jordan Germany," said Grayson coach Mickey Conn, who expresses amazement that Germany doesn't have similar offers. "He's unbelievable." Germany is the outside linebacker opposite Gallman and also plays running back.

 

Miscellaneous

Ridgeland and football coach Mark Mariakis are being accused of violating First Amendment rights of players by spreading his Christian faith, the Chattanooga Times-Free Press is reporting. The Freedom From Religion Foundation was successful in stopping prayers at a Tennessee school. ... There's a nice feature on Hap Hines, the former Georgia kicker, in the Newnan Times-Herald. Hines is a Newnan assistant coach who is returning to his alma mater, Marietta, for Newnan's opening game Friday. ... Bainbridge's game with East Gadsden on Friday is one to watch. Bainbridge was 8-3 last season and return 30 seniors, while East Gadsden was 10-3 in Florida. East Gadsden's head coach is former FSU and NFL defensive back Corey Fuller.

 

Weekend Predictions

Each week, GHSF Daily's Todd Holcomb and Chip Saye pick which teams they think will win in some of the bigger games around the state.

 

Games

Holcomb's Picks

Saye's Picks

Calvary Day at Landmark

Landmark Christ.

Landmark Christ.

Cedar Grove at Tucker

Tucker

Tucker

Chattahoochee vs. Kell

Kell

Kell

Clinch Co. at Brooks Co.

Brooks Co.

Brooks Co.

Coffee at Whitewater

Coffee

Coffee

Colquitt Co. vs. N. Gwinnett

Colquitt Co.

Colquitt Co.

Dalton at Ringgold

Dalton

Dalton

Fitzgerald at Jefferson Co.

Jefferson Co.

Fitzgerald

Heard County at Callaway

Callaway

Heard Co.

Hillgrove at Westlake

Hillgrove

Hillgrove

Lovett at Woodward Acad.

Woodward Acad.

Lovett

McEachern vs. Grayson

Grayson

Grayson

McIntosh Co. at Glynn Acad.

Glynn Academy

Glynn Academy

Newnan at Marietta

Newnan

Marietta

P. Ridge vs. Camden Co.

Camden Co.

Camden Co.

TCC at Thomasville

Thomas Co. Cent.

Thomas Co. Cent.

Thomson at Burke Co.

Burke Co.

Burke Co.

Walton vs. Brookwood

Walton

Walton

Washington County at ELCA

Washington Co.

Washington Co.

Westminster at Bl. Trinity

Blessed Trinity

Blessed Trinity

 


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On The Web

GHSAtv

There are at least four games that can be watched online tonight at www.ghsa.tv (click on the logo above to go to the site):

 

*Lovett at Woodward Academy

*Calvary Day at Landmark

*Washington County at ELCA

*Newnan at Marietta

 

In This Issue

Weekend Preview: GHSF Daily's 10 Best

State Rankings

On The Web: Johns Creek opens season at Woodstock

List: Most victories in the Corky Kell Classic

Trivia: Southern coaches

Scrimmages

On TV

Region Standings: Classes AA and A

 

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List

Point a minute

There have been 10 teams in the history of Georgia high school football to average a point a minute through a season, according to GHSFHA.com. That would be at least 48 points per game. They are:

 

51.0 - SE Bulloch 1972

50.9 - Camden County 2011

50.9 - Dublin 2005

50.2 - *Laney 1966

50.0 - Gainesville 1925

49.9 - **Westwood 2011

49.5 - Miller County 1997

49.0 - Mount de Sales 1971

48.6 - **Thomas Jefferson 2007

48.4 - Valdosta 1971

 

*GIA; **GISA

 

Trivia

Which team holds the record for most total points in a season with 682? (Answer Monday)

 

Answer to Thursday's question: The 12 Georgia coaches matched with the Southern states where they went to high school are Lincoln County's Larry Campbell - South Carolina; Marist's Alan Chadwick - Georgia; Chattahoochee's Terry Crowder - Arkansas; Whitefield Academy's Jimmy Fields - Mississippi; Camden County's Jeff Herron - Virginia; Walton's Rocky Hidalgo - Louisiana; Whitewater's Amos McCreary - Kentucky; Jefferson's T. McFerrin - Tennessee; Bainbridge's Ed Pilcher - Florida; Colquitt County's Rush Propst - North Carolina; Turner County's Erik Soliday - West Virginia; Bremen's Ricky Tolleson - Alabama.

 

Scores, Schedule

Regular season

Thursday's score

Johns Creek 28, Woodstock 0

 

Today's games

Aquinas at East Laurens

Athens Academy at Glascock Co.

Atkinson Co. at Lanier Co.

Baconton Charter at Brantley Co.

Calhoun Falls, S.C. at Wash.-Wilkes

Calvary Day at Landmark Christian

Campbell at Morrow (T)

Cedar Grove at Tucker (HS)

Clarkston at Arabia Mountain (PV)

Clinch Co. at Brooks Co.

Coffee at Whitewater

Cross Creek at Greenbrier

Dalton at Ringgold

Dodge Co. at Southwest, Macon (H)

East Gadsden, Fla. at Bainbridge

East Hall at Dawson Co.

Fitzgerald at Jefferson Co.

Hillgrove at Westlake

Holy Innocents' at Lakeside, Atl. (A)

Jackson, Atlanta at Towers (AV)

Lovett at Woodward Academy

McIntosh Co. Acad. at Glynn Acad.

Mount Vernon at Mount Pisgah

Murphy, N.C. at Fannin Co.

New Manchester at Paulding Co.

Newnan at Marietta

Osborne at Chapel Hill

Prince Avenue at St. Francis

Savannah Christian at Jenkins

South Atlanta at Lithonia (PV)

Sprayberry at Wheeler

Stone Mountain at GAC

Swainsboro at Worth Co.

Temple at Walker

Thomson at Burke Co.

Towns Co. at Hayesville, N.C.

Washington Co. at ELCA

West Hall at Johnson, Gainesville

Westminster at Blessed Trinity

Windsor Forest at Hardeeville, S.C.

 

Saturday's games

Alexander at Bremen (WG)

Brookwood vs. Walton (GD)

Camden Co. vs. Peach. Ridge (GD)

Chattahoochee vs. Kell (GD)

Colquitt Co. vs. North Gwinnett (GD)

Darlington at Christian Acad., Tenn.

Grayson vs. McEachern (GD)

Haralson Co. at Central, Carroll (WG)

Heard Co. at Callaway

Metter at ECI (P)

Thomas Co. Central at Thomasville

Wayne Co. at Brunswick (P)

 

Scrimmages

Today

Americus-Sumter at Lee Co.

Appling Co. at Jeff Davis

Berrien at Sneads (Fla.)

Bowdon at Handley (Ala.)

Bryan Co. at Savannah Country Day

Calhoun Co. at Randolph-Clay

Carrollton at Douglas Co.

Centennial at Marist

Central, Talbotton at Crawford Co. 

Central Gwinnett at West Forsyth

Columbus at Chattahoochee Co.

Dade Co. at Fort Payne (Ala.)

Dougherty at Seminole Co.

Eufaula (Ala.) at Cairo

Etowah at Sequoyah

First Presbyterian at Hawkinsville

Hancock Central at Putnam Co.

Henry Co. at Ola

LaGrange at Valley (Ala.)

Lassiter at Flowery Branch

Macon Co. at Schley Co.

Madison Co. at Athens Christian

McIntosh at Hughes

Monroe Area at Social Circle

Mount Zion, Carroll at Wadley (Ala.)

North Paulding at Kennesaw Mtn.

Northeast vs. Westside, Macon (ED)

Northgate at Veterans

Rabun Co. at Hebron Christian

Redan at Cross Keys

Riverdale at Carver, Atlanta (L)

Screven Co. at Jenkins Co.

Taylor Co. at Marion Co.

Telfair Co. at Treutlen

Trion at Chattooga

 

Stadium abbreviations:

(A) Adams; (AV) Avondale; (ED) Ed DeFore Sports Complex; (GD) Georgia Dome; (H) Henderson; (HS) Hallford; (L) Lakewood; (P) Paulson; (PV) Panthersville; (T) Tara; (WG) West Georgia.

 

On TV

Saturday

*Chattahoochee vs. Kell, 9 a.m., GPB

*McEachern vs. Grayson, 11:45 a.m., GPB

*North Gwinnett vs. Colquitt County, 2:30 p.m., GPB

*Peachtree Ridge vs. Camden County, 5:30 p.m., GPB

*Walton vs. Brookwood, 8:30 p.m., GPB

 

Region Standings: Classes AA and A

Region 1-AA

Team

Reg.

All

This week

Next week

Berrien

0-0

0-0

Does not play

Berrien

Brooks County

0-0

0-0

vs. Clinch Co.

Brooks County

Cook

0-0

0-0

Does not play

Cook

Early County

0-0

0-0

Does not play

Early County

Fitzgerald

0-0

0-0

at Jefferson Co.

Fitzgerald

Pelham

0-0

0-0

Does not play

Pelham

Thomasville

0-0

0-0

vs. Thomas Cent. (Sat.)

Thomasville

 

Region 2-AA

Team

Reg.

All

This week

Next week

Atkinson County

0-0

0-0

at Lanier Co.

vs. Jeff Davis

Bacon County

0-0

0-0

Does not play

vs. Pierce Co.

Benedictine

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Effingham Co.

Bryan County

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Calvary Day

Jeff Davis

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Atkinson Co.

Long County

0-0

0-0

Does not play

vs. Lanier Co.

McIntosh Co. Acad.

0-0

0-0

at Glynn Academy

Does not play

Metter

0-0

0-0

vs. ECI (Sat., P)

Does not play

Toombs County

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Montgomery Co.

Vidalia

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at West Laurens

 

Region 3-AA

Team

Reg.

All

This week

Next week

Dublin

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Dodge Co.

East Laurens

0-0

0-0

vs. Aquinas

at Howard (Thu., ED)

Harlem

0-0

0-0

Does not play

vs. Georgia Military

Josey

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Hephzibah

Laney

0-0

0-0

Does not play

vs. Butler

Screven County

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Groves (GC)

Westside (Augusta)

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Cross Creek

 

Region 4-AA

Team

Reg.

All

This week

Next week

Bleckley County

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Hawkinsville

Crawford County

0-0

0-0

Does not play

vs. Pacelli

Lamar County

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Spalding

Macon County

0-0

0-0

Does not play

vs. Dooly Co.

Monticello

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Morgan Co.

Northeast

0-0

0-0

Does not play

vs. Twiggs Co. (TH)

Putnam County

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Greene Co.

Taylor County

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Irwin Co.

 

Region 5-AA

Team

Reg.

All

This week

Next week

Bowdon

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Woodland, Ala.

Bremen

0-0

0-0

at Alexander (Sat., WG)

Does not play

Chattahoochee Co.

0-0

0-0

Does not play

vs. Stewart Co.

Heard County

0-0

0-0

at Callaway (Sat.)

Does not play

Jordan

0-0

0-0

Does not play

vs. Hardaway (K)

Kendrick

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Americus-Sumter

Manchester

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Central, Talbotton

Spencer

0-0

0-0

Does not play

vs. Carver, Col. (CM)

Temple

0-0

0-0

at Walker

vs. Haralson Co.

 

Region 6-AA

Team

Reg.

All

This week

Next week

Greater Atl. Christian

0-0

0-0

vs. Stone Mountain

vs. Savannah

Hapeville

0-0

0-0

Does not play

vs. Prince Avenue Christ.

Lovett

0-0

0-0

at Woodward Academy

vs. Blessed Trinity

Wesleyan

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Holy Innocents'

Westminster

0-0

0-0

at Blessed Trinity

vs. St. Pius

 

Region 7-AA

Team

Reg.

All

This week

Next week

Armuchee

0-0

0-0

Does not play

vs. Trion

Calhoun

0-0

0-0

Does not play

vs. Ridgeland

Chattooga

0-0

0-0

Does not play

vs. East Hall

Coosa

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Gordon Central

Dade County

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at N. Sand Mountain, Ala.

Model

0-0

0-0

Does not play

vs. Christian Heritage

Murray County

0-0

0-0

Does not play

vs. Coahulla Creek

Pepperell

0-0

0-0

Does not play

vs. Northwest Whitfield

 

Region 8-AA

Team

Reg.

All

This week

Next week

Greene County

0-0

0-0

Does not play

vs. Putnam Co.

Jefferson

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Commerce

Oglethorpe County

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Johnson, Gainesville

Rabun County

0-0

0-0

Does not play

Does not play

Riverside Military

0-0

0-0

Does not play

Does not play

Social Circle

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Strong Rock Christian

Union County

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Towns Co.

Washington-Wilkes

0-0

0-0

vs. Calhoun Falls, S.C.

Does not play

 

Region 1-A

Team

Reg.

All

This week

Next week

Calhoun County

0-0

0-0

Does not play

vs. Berrien

Miller County

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Schley Co.

Mitchell County

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Clinch Co.

Randolph-Clay

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Hancock Central

Seminole County

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Early Co.

Stewart County

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Chattahoochee Co.

Terrell County

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Marion Co.

Baconton

 

0-0

at Brantley Co.

vs. Pelham

 

Region 2-A

Team

Reg.

All

This week

Next week

Charlton County

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Brantley Co.

Clinch County

0-0

0-0

at Brooks Co.

vs. Mitchell Co.

Irwin County

0-0

0-0

Does not play

vs. Taylor Co.

Lanier County

0-0

0-0

vs. Atkinson Co.

at Long Co.

Telfair County

0-0

0-0

Does not play

vs. Wheeler Co.

Turner County

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Crisp Co.

Wilcox County

0-0

0-0

Does not play

vs. Wilkinson Co.

 

Region 3-A

East

Team

Reg.

All

This week

Next week

Calvary Day

0-0

0-0

at Landmark Christian

vs. Bryan Co.

Claxton

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Tattnall Co.

Jenkins County

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Johnson Co.

Portal

0-0

0-0

Does not play

vs. Southeast Bulloch

Savannah Christian

0-0

0-0

at Jenkins

Does not play

Sav. Country Day

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Hardeeville, S.C.

West

Team

Reg.

All

This week

Next week

Emanuel Co. Institute

0-0

0-0

vs. Metter (Sat., P)

Does not play

Johnson County

0-0

0-0

Does not play

vs. Jenkins Co.

Montgomery County

0-0

0-0

Does not play

vs. Toombs Co.

Treutlen

0-0

0-0

Does not play

Does not play

Wheeler County

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Telfair Co.

 

Region 4-A

Team

Reg.

All

This week

Next week

Brookstone

0-0

0-0

Does not play

vs. Columbus

Central (Talbotton)

0-0

0-0

Does not play

vs. Manchester

Dooly County

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Macon Co.

Greenville

0-0

0-0

Does not play

vs. Albany

Hawkinsville

0-0

0-0

Does not play

vs. Bleckley Co.

Marion County

0-0

0-0

Does not play

vs. Terrell Co.

Pacelli

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Crawford Co.

Schley County

0-0

0-0

Does not play

vs. Miller Co.

 

Region 5-A

Team

Reg.

All

This week

Next week

Eagle's Land. Christ.

0-0

0-0

vs. Washington Co.

at Briarwood Christ., Ala.

Holy Innocents'

0-0

0-0

at Lakeside, Atlanta (A)

vs. Wesleyan

Landmark Christian

0-0

0-0

vs. Calvary Day

vs. Athens Christian

Mount Vernon Presb.

0-0

0-0

at Mt. Pisgah Christian

vs. St. Francis

Our Lady of Mercy

0-0

0-0

Does not play

vs. Mt. Paran Christian

Pace Academy

0-0

0-0

Does not play

vs. Whitefield Academy

Strong Rock Christ.

0-0

0-0

Does not play

vs. Social Circle

 

Region 6-A

Division A

Team

Reg.

All

This week

Next week

Christian Heritage

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Model

Darlington

0-0

0-0

at Christ. Ac., Ten. (Sat.)

at Cartersville

Gordon Lee

0-0

0-0

Does not play

vs. Lakeview-FO (Thu.)

Mt. Zion (Carroll)

0-0

0-0

Does not play

vs. Ranburne, Ala.

SW Atlanta Christian

0-0

0-0

Does not play

vs. North Cobb Christian

Trion

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Armuchee

Division B

Team

Reg.

All

This week

Next week

Fellowship Christian

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Lakeview Academy

King's Ridge

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Pinecrest Academy

Mt. Paran Christian

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Our Lady of Mercy

Mt. Pisgah Christian

0-0

0-0

vs. Mt. Vernon Presb.

Does not play

Walker

0-0

0-0

vs. Temple

Does not play

Whitefield Academy

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Pace Academy

North Cobb Christian

 

0-0

Does not play

vs. SW Atlanta Christian

St. Francis

 

0-0

vs. Prince Ave. Christian

at Mt. Vernon Presb.

 

Region 7-A

Team

Reg.

All

This week

Next week

Aquinas

0-0

0-0

at East Laurens

Does not play

First Presbyterian

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at George Walton Acad.

Georgia Military

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Harlem

Hancock Central

0-0

0-0

Does not play

vs. Randolph-Clay

Lincoln County

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at McCormick, S.C.

Twiggs County

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Northeast (TH)

Warren County

0-0

0-0

Does not play

vs. Glascock Co.

Wilkinson County

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Wilcox Co.

Glascock County

 

0-0

vs. Athens Academy

at Warren Co.

 

Region 8-A

Team

Reg.

All

This week

Next week

Athens Academy

0-0

0-0

at Glascock Co.

Does not play

Athens Christian

0-0

0-0

Does not play

at Landmark Christian

Commerce

0-0

0-0

Does not play

vs. Jefferson

George Walton Acad.

0-0

0-0

Does not play

vs. First Presbyterian

Hebron Christian

0-0

0-0

Does not play

Does not play

Pinecrest Academy

0-0

0-0

Does not play

vs. King's Ridge

Prince Ave. Christian

0-0

0-0

at St. Francis

at Hapeville

Lakeview Academy

 

0-0

Does not play

vs. Fellowship Christian

Providence Christian

 

0-0

Does not play

Does not play

Rabun Gap

 

0-0

Does not play

Does not play

Towns County

 

0-0

at Hayesville, N.C.

vs. Union Co.

 

Stadium key: A - Adams; CM - Columbus Memorial; ED - Ed DeFore Sports Complex; GC - Garden City; K - Kinnett; P - Paulson; TH - Thompson; WG - West Georgia

 

About Us

GHSFD logoGeorgia High School Football Daily is a free e-mail newsletter produced
and owned by Todd Holcomb and Chip Saye. Holcomb is a former lead high school football writer for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and co-founder of 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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