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Monday, 10 September 2012

September 10--  Georgia High School Football Daily reports the following rankings after the second week of the season.


1. Calhoun (2-0)

Last week: Beat Dalton 55-41. Dalton's Kelvis Rhodes scored six touchdowns, but Calhoun back came from a 34-24 deficit as QB Taylor Lamb scored two touchdowns and passed for two touchdowns and Alex Urbano scored three TDs. Calhoun has allowed 35 and 41 points in two victories, strangely matching a feat they managed in the 2009 state playoffs when they won consecutive games 49-35 (Jefferson County) and 49-41 (Lovett). Next: Friday vs. Carrollton (1-1)

2. Brooks County (3-0)

Last week: Beat Valdosta 28-24. Brooks beat Valdosta for the first time and became the first Class AA school to beat Valdosta since 1963. Deric Herring caught a 4-yard TD pass for a 28-24 lead with 2:40 left, then broke up Valdosta's fourth-down pass in the end zone to clinch the victory. Valdosta had first-and-goal from the 9 on its final possession, but Brooks defended four passes, all incomplete. Brooks' winning touchdown came after Valdosta roughed the kicker on a missed field goal. Next: Sept. 21 at Mitchell County (1-1)

3. Fitzgerald (2-0)

Last week: Beat Irwin County 31-0. QB Romarrius Gaulden rushed for 129 yards and two touchdowns, and FB Ron Swain ran for 95. Fitzgerald had 373 yards rushing. Next: Saturday at Monroe (1-1)

4. Cook (2-0)

Last week: Beat Crisp County 37-0. Cook allowed only 66 yards of total offense, and QB Ross Pickle had 132 yards passing and 74 rushing. Cook has allowed two points in two games, the lowest two-game total since consecutive shutouts in 2001. Next: Thursday at Dougherty (0-2)

5. Lovett (2-0)

Last week: Off. Next: Friday vs. Marist (1-1)

6. Greater Atlanta Christian (3-0)

Last week: Beat Apalachee 31-21. Kyle Scales rushed for 234 yards on 26 carries and scored all four GAC touchdowns. Ross Wood had nine tackles. Next: Friday at Chamblee (2-0)

7. Vidalia (2-0)

Last week: Beat McIntosh County Academy 27-18. Dakota Paradise's 34-yard field goal in the fourth quarter sealed the victory for the Indians. Paradise also made a 42-yarder in the second quarter. Juan Foster rushed for 73 yards on 16 carries. Vidalia completed only one pass and was intercepted three times. Next: Friday at Long County (1-1)

8. Early County (2-0)

Last week: Beat Miller County 21-6. Next: Friday vs. Bainbridge (1-1)

9. Washington-Wilkes (2-0)

Last week: Beat Lincoln County 21-6. Buck Robinson, the son of Washington-Wilkes coach Robby Robinson, was 15-of-26 passing for 186 yards and two touchdowns, and Tomarkus Youngh rushed for 114 yards for Washington-Wilkes, which beat Lincoln for only the second time in 10 meetings of this rivalry that dates to 1922. Next: Friday vs. Warren County (1-0)

10. Lamar County (1-0-1)

Last week: Beat Eagle;s Landing 41-30. Lance Austin scored two touchdowns in the second quarter to give Lamar a 41-14 lead. Jeremy Fletcher also scored two touchdowns, and Jason Caslin blocked a punt for a safety. It was former Tucker coach Franklin Stephens' first victory at Lamar. Next: Friday vs. Pike County (1-1)


Class A

1. Eagle's Landing Christian (2-1)

Last week: Beat Clinch County 47-20. Defensive starters gave up only eight yards in the first half, forced three turnovers and scored once in a game that was 40-0 at halftime. QB Dalton Etheridge was 8-for-11 passing for 145 yards and two touchdowns, and WR Davis Carrandi had six catches for 101 yards and a touchdown, putting him at 310 yards receiving in three games. All-state players Keyante Green, Isaac Rochell, and DJ Curl did not play because of injury. Next: Friday at Hapeville Charter (1-1)

2. Wilcox County (1-1)

Last week: Lost to Monroe 28-14. All-state QB Makail Grace did not play after suffering a concussion-like injury last week, and Monroe held Wilcox County to 108 yards of total offense. Quinn Tisdol took over at quarterback and was 11-for-22 passing, but for only 94 yards. Monroe QB Charles Stafford threw for 129 yards and rushed for 43. Both teams returned punts for touchdowns. Next: Friday at Dooly County (2-0)

3. Prince Avenue Christian (3-0)

Last week: Beat Savannah Christian 28-12. Prince Avenue avenged a 2011 semifinal loss by holding Savannah Christian to 160 yards in total offense. Conner Sibley rushed for 116 yards, and Bryce Huff had 72 yards rushing. Both scored two touchdowns. Next: Sept. 21 vs. Glascock County (0-3)

4. Wilkinson County (1-1)

Last week: Beat Landmark Christian 41-10. Tyler Franklin scored three touchdowns. Next: Sept. 21 vs. Irwin County (1-1)

5. Aquinas (2-0)

Last week: Beat George Walton Academy 28-21 in overtime. Ruben Garrett returned a kickoff 100 yards for the tying touchdown with three minutes left, and Aquinas took the lead when Brendan Douglas (78 yards rushing, 22 carries) scored on a 1-yard run in overtime. Shane Meehan made an interception to clinch the victory. Next: Sept. 21 vs. Josey (1-1)

6. Calvary Day (2-0)

Last week: Off. Next: Friday at Montgomery County (0-2)

7. Marion County (2-0)

Last week: Beat Kendrick 21-20 in overtime. Marion trailed 14-0 in the first half but won in overtime on QB Demarquez Mallard's 1-yard run and all-state PK A.J. Wells' extra point. Kendrick was stopped on its two-point conversion attempt in the first overtime possession. Mallard finished with 92 yards rushing on 15 carries. Keon Dixon had seven tackles and two interceptions, according to the Americus Times-Recorder. Next: Sept. 21 at Miller County (1-1)

8. Dooly County (2-0)

Last week: Beat Americus-Sumter 21-12. QB A.J. Smith (10-of-17 passing, 22 yards) threw TD passes of 43 and 54 yards to Courtney Clark. AJC Super 11 DL/RB Montravius Adams scored on a 3-yard run. Next: Friday vs. Wilcox County (1-1).

9. Lincoln County (1-1)

Last week: Lost to Washington-Wilkes 21-6. Lincoln County got within 21-6 with 6:39 left, recovered an on-side kick and got an interception in the fourth quarter but failed to get closer and finished with only 187 yards in total offense. Next: Friday vs. Ninety Six, S.C. (1-2)

10. Charlton County (1-1)

Last week: Lost to Ware County 31-0. Charlton had only 46 rushing and 47 passing yards against a Class AAAAA team and trailed 28-0 at halftime. Next: Friday vs. Bradwell Institute (0-2)



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