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Westlake Defense Secures Key Region Win

Entering the contest the Westlake Lions defense had not yeiled more than 14 points in a game to an opponent while averaging only 5.5 point per game against. That total rose slightly to 5.57 as they held rival Langston Hughes to six in a 14-6 victory- thanks to the defense.

With less than a minute remaining, down by one Langston Hughes was on the move behind sophomore quarterback Isaiah Green. After a completion to Montravious Atkinson for 14 yards for a first down, Green scanned the field and fired down the middle complete to…Nigel Warrior of Westlake. Warrior returned the interception 65 yards for a touchdown to seal Westlake’s 14-6 win over Langston Hughes. Warrior record two interceptions on the day.

Westlake struck first on a 13-yard touchdown pass from Dakota Rocker to Marquez Louder with 1:21 left in the first quarter. 7-0 Westlake, that score held until halftime.

On their second possession of the third quarter, Langston Hughes marched 53-yards in 5 plays to pull within 7-6 on a 41-yard touchdown toss from Green to Kenyan Houston with 6:53 remaining in the quarter, the extra point sailed wide left and was no good.

In between the scores, Westlake and Langston Hughes defenses fought to keep the other squads offense off the board, each did.

In the end it was the No.1 defense in Georgia 6A by points-per-game average sealing the deal with Nigel Warrior’s pick six. Warrior-the son of former NFL star Dale Carter, is a highly touted recruit with multiple offers from Power 5 conference schools.

Westlake (6-1; 5-0) is in control of Region 3-6A and will win the region barring things that cannot be made up. Langston Hughes falls to 6-2 overall and 4-1 in the region and should be the No.2 seed out of that region. The Lions will host South Cobb (4-4;3-2) Saturday at 2pm at Westlake High School.

Westlake earned the most wins in a season under second year head coach Bryan Love. In 2013 Westlake went 5-5 in the regular season, finishing 5-6 after a first round exit on the road to Camden County.

Langston Hughes will travel to Pebblebrook (2-6; 0-5) Friday night.


Lambert Headed To Game 3 Final In Georgia

Lambert and Milton are headed to a decisive Game 3 in the Georgia 6A baseball state finals. Milton is the defending champion but Lambert is in line for a high finish in the national polls and possible national championship.

Lambert won the first game of the three-game set 2-1, while Milton responded with a 5-1 win in Game 2 forcing Monday’s decisive game 3 at Milton.

Georgia 1A Football Power Rankings; Playoff Bracket

The Georgia Class 1A Private and Public School final football power rankings have been released by the GHSA. The top 16 in each qualify for the playoffs The first round begins Friday November 22nd. This is the second year the Class 1A playoffs have been split public and private.

Below are the top 16 in 1A Private with the playoff bracket.

1. Eagles Landing Christian Academy 9-0 15.11
2. Mt. Pisgah Christian 10-0 14.27
3. Mt. Paran Christian 8-2 13.54
4. Aquinas 10-0 13.43
4. Landmark Christian 8-2 13.43
6. Darlington 8-2 13.22
7. Calvary Day School 8-2 12.98
8. Prince Avenue Christian 7-1 12.97
9. Christian Heritage 7-2 12.15
10. Holy Innocents 6-4 11.43
11. Our Lady of Mercy 5-5 11.33
12. Brookstone 6-4 10.87
13. First Presbyterian 6-4 10.63
14. Savannah Christian 5-4-1 10.61
15. St Anne Pacelli 6-3 10.44
16. Athens Christian 5-5 10.35


Below are the top 16 in 1A Public with the playoff bracket.

1. Seminole County 10-0 14.34
2. Marion County  9-1 13.67
3. Clinch County 7-3 13.23
4. Irwin County 8-1-1  12.96
5. Johnson County 9-1 12.73
6. Hawkinsville 7-3  12.32
7. Lincoln County 7-3 12.29
8. Commerce 7-3 11.95
9. Charlton County 6-4  11.78
10. Dooly County 7-3 11.77
11. Mitchell County 6-4 1.04
12. Emanuel County Institute  6-4 11.03
13. Trion 5-4  10.81
14. Claxton  6-4 10.53
15. Turner County 4-6 9.33
16. Wilkinson County 4-6 9.18

Georgia 1A Public Playoff Bracket
Georgia 1A Public Playoff Bracket

Week 10 GDFL Scores

Here are the scores from around the GDFL Week 10 action. The regular season is winding down and the 2012 playoffs will begin on August 25th.

Carolina Venom 10 Greenville Seminoles 8

Fayetteville Horizon 28 Camp Lejeune Bulldogs 25

Virginia Lions 26 Prince William Monarchs 18

Chambersburg Cardinals 47  D.C. Explosion 0

Chesapeake Swarm 13  Hampton Road Packers 12

Derby City Thunder 34 Tennessee Central Xpress 12

Cuyahoga County Spartans 46 Buckeye Bearcats 22

Louisiana Bayou Vipers 54 Tri-County Heroes 0

Lehigh Valley Storm 41 South Jersey Lynx 13

Ohio Golden Knights 40 Cleveland Saints 30

Oklahoma Warriors 49 Louisiana Spartans 0

Emerald Coast Scorpions 24 Delta Blaze 20

Atlanta / Fulton County Rams 24 Georgia Crush 21

Western PA Wildcatz 20   PGH Cobras 7

South Buffalo Celtics 12 Lackawanna Dynasty 6

Central Penn Piranha 49 Lancaster Lightning 12

Oklahoma City Diamondbacks 43  St. Louis Bulldogs 0

Jackson Juggernauts 50 Pike County Ironhorse 42

Clarksville Wolfpack 26   Muhlenberg Miners 6

For more on the GDFL visit their website at www.gdfl.org 

GDFL Week 2 Scores and Recaps

Week 2 in the GDFL featured the Oklahoma City Diamondbacks and the Oklahoma Thunder as the Game of the Week. The Diamondbacks would score 30 unanswered points to start the second half coming away with the 40-23 win sending a message that the Thunder are not the only GDFL team in the state that is pretty good. The Thunder were the 2011 GDFL National Runner Up and Impact Conference Champions, loss their first ever regular season loss in team history. Video footage of this game can be seen here.

Other GDFL Scores and Recaps:

St. Louis Bulldogs 20 Tennessee Hurricanes 13

South Georgia Sting/Florida Falcons: Postponed due to weather

Georgia Jets 34 Atlanta-Fulton County Rams 6: Game recap

Atlanta Chiefs 16 Georgia Knights 2

Georgia Crush 38 South Georgia Blue Lions 0

South Carolina Venom 98 Bluffton Buffaloes 0: The Venom set a GDFL record for points in a game with 98. The previous record of 96 points was set in 2011 by the Oklahoma Thunder.

Buckeye Bearcats 28 Ohio Golden Knights 27: The Bearcats were awarded a touchdown in the game but evidence has circulated on that the ball clearly hit the ground.

Palmetto Havoc 20 Hilton Head Sharks 14: Havoc QB Darren Holmes threw touchdowns passes of 48 yards to Rickie Knarich  and 30 yards to James Tisdale to lead the Havoc passing game. Lester Griffin lead a powerful rushing attack by going over 100 yards before leaving the game in the third quarter with an injury. Anthony Green also scored on rushing touchdown. Palemetto’s defense stepped up big when it had to led by Tremaine Hunter who snatched 2 interceptions. Chris Mckoy sealed the Havoc win with a late 4th quarter  interception that ended the Sharks final threat.

“Well being this is only our second game with no scrimages or preseason games. were learning how to play as a team and play as one with no egos. Were learning that we all have roles as part of the team from starters to special teams’, head coach Roc Frierson said.

“Our overall team performance was good and our defense stepped up big with timely takeaways. The O-line is learning how to block as a unit. When we get a lead we have to learn to keep it and don’t let up”, Frierson added.

Indianapolis Tornados 82 Springfield Headhunters 0: The Tornados rang up their second consecutive shutout to begin the season. The Tornados have outscored their opponents 100-0 through the first two games.

Christian County Outlaws 19 Derby City Thunder 12

Kentucky Reapers 53 Owensburg Wildcats 0

Mississippi Raiders 20 Tri-County Heroes 2

Mississippi Stallions 32 Louisiana Spartans 6

Arbutus Big Red 12 Metro Nemisis 8

Western Pa Wildcats 54 Pittsburgh Stealth 21

Cleveland Saints 74 Akron Silverhawks 0

Cuyahoga Co. Spartans 24 Columbus Gladiators 0

Greensburg Panthers 52 Monvalley Mayhem 8

Tennessee Central Xpress 12 Clarksville Eagles 8: Game Recap

Oklahoma Warriors 22 East Central Missouri Eagles 20

Carolina Warhawks 20 Triangle Nighthawks 2

Fayetteville Horizon 40 North Carolina Bengals 6

Prince William Monarchs 11 DMV Enforcers 7

South Buffalo Celtics 31 Syracuse Shock 0: Game recap

Camp Lejune Bulldogs 38 Carolina Brigade 2

Greenville Seminoles 40 Carolina Silverhawks 0

East Carolina Eagles 30 Chapel Hill Rams 16

Lehigh Valley Storm 24 Lancaster Lightning 5

Central Penn Pirahna 58 South Jersey Lynx 13: Game recap  Game Video 

Virginia Lions 34 Chesapeake Swarm 0

Mississippi Ironhorse 38 Emerald Coast Scorpions 14: Game Video 

Pacifica Islanders 17 Hollywood Stars 10

Nevada Dream 53 Santa Clara Stampede 0 (last reported score)

Kentucky Wolverines 48 Mullensburg Minors 0

The complete GDFL standings after Week 2 have been updated. The GDFL will release the first regular season Top 25 rankings later in the week.

Whats Up Ocala And Total Sports Coverage Finalize Agreement

As of June 1 2012, Total Sports Coverage finalized an agreement with Whats Up Ocala magazine and What’s Up Media headquartered out of Ocala, Florida.

Upon terms of the agreement, Total Sports Coverage will provide coverage in the bi-monthly magazine and its online website of sports coverage in the Ocala and Marion County areas in addition to coverage for all of Florida and other southeastern states.


Be sure to pick up a copy of the latest Whats Up Ocala magazine or visit them online at whatsupocala.com.

North Georgia Gladiators Open 2012 Playoffs

The North Georgia Gladiators will be open their pursuit for a 2012 NDFL Championship when they playoffs open this weekend. The Gladiators will face the West Georgia Jaguars in the first round of the playoffs tonight from Raider Valley in Cumming, Ga.

Joey Vicary, TJ Hamilton and Mo Issak lead a high-powered Gladiators offense that is averaged 35.2 points per game during the regular season. Zack Fralick, Rashud Arthur and Chris Young anchor a Gladiator defense that recorded six shutouts and allowed only 5.3 points per game during the regular season.

The Gladiators organization has a minor league championship under its belt, winning the DSFL Championship in 2010 in their second year of operation.

Total Sports Coverage will be on the scene to bring you all of the action with kickoff shortly after 7pm EST.

North Georgia Gladiators Playoff Game Archive

Spring/Summer Football Heating Up

Football is here… huh say what, yes Spring/Summer football is in the air and that means Total Sports Coverage will be on the scene around the region to get you up to speed on what to look for in the high school ranks this upcoming season and who can claim bragging rights in the minor league ranks.

High School Football Spring practices are underway in the region and some have completed their spring practices and games but the groundwork is being laid for a 2012 season in which many goals will be chased. The summer is coming and that means plenty of teams will be attending summer camps and 7-on-7 tournaments looking to get that edge before the fall comes when it comes time to compete for state championships and land scholarship offers.

The North Gwinnett Bulldogs, Valdosta Wildcats, Bruswick Pirates, Lakeside-Evans Panthers and Jefferson County Warriors are the Georgia schools that will be competing in the Palmetto State (SC) Showdown hosted by Byrnes High School in Duncan, SC in June. Byrnes won the Class 4A D-I State Championship this past season defeating nationally ranked Gaffney at Clemson Memorial Stadium in December 2011 and is a nationally known program on the high school ranks.

Brunswick won the Palmetto State Showdown passing tournament in 2011 however did not make the Georgia Class 4A playoffs in 2011 finishing 4-6. The Pirates will compete in Georgia Class 5A after Georgia expanded to six classifications for the 2012 season. No Florida schools are scheduled to compete in the tournament. Byrnes, Byrnes JV, Greenville, Myrtle Beach, Berkeley, Wren and Union County will be the South Carolina school competing. The biggest name school not from the southeast region will be Bergen Catholic (NJ). There will also be a handful of North Carolina schools in the tournament and Ocean Lakes (VA) will be the lone school from the state of Virginia.

We will have updates from around the high school ranks in reference to Spring/Summer ball and we will also be live on the scene to broadcast the North Marion (FL) vs Gainesville (FL) Spring game live across the network from Gainesville, FL Friday May 25th to kickoff your Memorial Day weekend.

The Spring/Summer is also a heavy time for minor league football and if you know Total Sports Coverage we keep you in the know with minor league football because well, it’s football and who doesn’t love a good football game between hotly contested foes.

Total Sports Coverage will kick off its Spring/Summer minor league football coverage this Saturday on the scene for the North Georgia Gladiators first round playoff game in the NDFL against the West Georgia Jaguars. The Gladiators have appeared on the network in previous years and we at Total Sports Coverage are thrilled to be able to bring you their latest run at a Minor League Championship beginning this Saturday May 19th.

Total Sports Coverage is also nailing down the final terms of a deal to bring you the GDFL Game Center Show on Sunday Nights for a second consecutive season.

The GDFL Game Center Show will air Sunday Nights throughout the 2012 season which begins June 2nd all the way through the GDFL National Championship game in late September. In addition there will be GDFL games on the Total Sports Coverage network all summer so stay locked for broadcast schedules and updates across the network.

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We are gearing up for an exciting football season and look forward to sharing it with you. In getting geared up we have introduced our summer series “Classic Archive Calls”. Each week we’ll bring you a ‘Classic Archive Calls” which have come across our network from either high school football or minor league football since our inception in 2010 and feature some of those athletes you may not have heard of and some you pretty much have had no choice to have heard of but will as they continue their football careers at some level.

Were not calling an audible so we hope your ready…Down Set Hut….

More Exclusive Content On The Way

We’re working around the clock to bring you the in-depth interviews that you need to know about around the landscape that is sports. How does it feel to go from something to nothing with a little hard work and learning thrown into the mix, we’ll talk with someone who can speak first hand on it very soon.

Stay locked to Total Sports Coverage.

Total Sports Coverage…What Are We…What Is It?

Total Sports Coverage Mission Statement IS…

“Our quest is to bring premium sports broadcast to the internet covering the sports landscapes that normally would not receive optimum coverage.”

Those landscapes include High School sports with a focus on Football, Basketball, Baseball and Track & Field however provides coverage in ALL High School Sports when able.

Total Sports Coverage is "On The Scene"

Those landscapes also include Minor League Football. There are plenty of minor league football leagues in the Untied State that you may not have even known about even if they were in your own backyard.

By nature we as people love winning and competing period. Minor League Football needs a filter before it can gain the amount of respect it has shown it can desire. That filtering process is in motion. The growth and success of these involved in minor league football will be revealed during the 2012 season schedule of said teams/leagues in which these stories uprooted from.

We at Total Sports Coverage are all about what the name suggest…TOTAL Sports Coverage. We will be broadcasting over 30 high school and minor league football games before 2012 is out (whether via on site broadcast coverage or simulcast coverage) with multiple correspondents located in multiple areas for first hand reports, information and insight for games where we will not broadcast AND where we may have a broadcast crew. Much is in the works at Total Sports Coverage with one simple goal and aspect in mind. Serving the fans, players, coaches, administration and parents that realize there is more talent out there that is receiving coverage.

Exclusive interviews and updates are coming to Total Sports Coverage from around the landscape that IS sports soon so make sure you follow us on Twittter @tsportscoverage and like us on Facebook  at Total Sports Coverage and varies other platforms. We also would like to send an extended thanks to our sponsors and those that support Total Sports Coverage understanding the task and mission at hand.

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