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Georgia Week 5 Notes and Scores

Surprise, We’re 5-0!

Meadowcreek improved to 5-0 with a 42-28 victory over Lakeside-Dekalb (1-4). Chauncey Williams rushed for over 300 yards and five touchdowns for the Mustangs. The victory assures the Mustangs their first non-losing season since 1997. Meadowcreek is now 1-0 in region play and will face Berkmar (0-5) next week and with a victory would clinch the first winning season in school history since 1990 (the schools fifth year of football).  Through five games Williams has amassed over 1200 yards rushing and 18 touchdowns.

Douglas County (5-0) defeated region and family feud foe Langston Hughes (3-2) 30-27 in a back and forth affair featuring a pair of solid running backs showcasing their talents. Douglas County jumped out to a 10-0 lead after a pick six touchdown by Xavier Hopson and a field goal. Langston Hughes then took a 14-10 lead after a Caleb Vaughn to Nae’Saan Dickerson touchdown pass and a Christian Roylaston touchdown run in the second quarter which held until halftime.  After another Royalston touchdown run put Langston Hughes up 20-10, Uriah West rushed for a pair of touchdowns for a 23-20 Tigers lead. Royalston and the Panthers was not done as Royalston ripped off a 70-yard touchdown to for a 27-23 lead. Douglas County would get the last word when Marquise Collins connected with Dariyan Wiley for a 75-yard touchdown pass with less than two minutes remaining for the go-ahead and eventual game-winning touchdown.  The win marked the first 5-0 start for Douglas County since 2002.

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One-Sided Clash In Classic City!

Clarke Central (4-1) jumped on Cedar Shoals (3-1) early and often in a 48-7 rout of their crosstown rivals in the region opener for both. The Gladiators scored three defensive touchdowns (pick six, scoop and score, and a fumble recovery in the end zone). Jack Mangel connected with Jacob Dula on a touchdown pass for a 7-0 Clarke Central lead, Mangel passed for two touchdowns in the game. Cedar Shoals responded with a drive that stalled deep in Gladiator territory and missed a field goal, the contest was never close again. Clarke Central came one point shy of tying the all-time series record for points scored by one team (49) while posting all 48 points in the first half. The fourth quarter was played with a running clock. Jonathan Sewell and O’Brien Bryant rushed for touchdowns for Clarke Central.

Other Games/Scores Of Interest

Ira Henderson returned his second kickoff return for a touchdown this season as Stephenson (3-2) defeated Mundy’s Mill (0-5) 38-14. Javier Morton returned an interception for a touchdown for Stephenson.

Taurean Taylor rushed for three touchdowns while Travon Ford hooked up with Josh Vann on a pair of touchdown passes as Tucker (4-1) shutout ML King (2-3) 44-0. David Davis rushed for a touchdown and Jalen Jefferson recorded a safety for the Tigers.

Tift (6-0) defeated Coffee (3-1) 33-31 on a game-winning field goal by Fernando Ramirez with five seconds remaining. Coffee overcame an early 21-0 hole to take a 31-30 lead with a Wade Sumner to Dalrone Donaldson touchdown pass with just over four minutes remaining. Tift quarterback Griffin Collier finished with over 300 yards passing, four touchdowns, two of them to standout wide receiver Rashod Bateman. Dalrone Donaldson caught two touchdowns for Coffee. Tift improved to 6-0, it’s best start since 1993.

Carterville (5-0) won it’s 35th consecutive game with a 41-7 victory over Cedartown. Trevor Lawrence passed for three touchdowns while Rico Frye rushed for and caught a touchdown for Cartersville.  Cartersville had held its last three opponents (Calhoun, Westlake and Cedartown) to 18 total points.

Tri-Cities (1-3) won its first game of the season to snap a 13-game losing streak with a 41-6 win over Creekside (0-5). Tarez Huddleston passed for four touchdowns for the Bulldogs. Creekside has only scored 22 total points this season.

McEachern (3-2)  trailed 13-9 at halftime to Camden County (2-3) before scoring 29 unanswered points in the second half to win 38-13. Jaron Hall returned a punt for a touchdown and caught a touchdown pass for the Indians. Malik Evans rushed for two touchdowns and Ali Scott had a rushing touchdown for McEachern. Logan Berryhill caught a touchdown for Camden County.

Colquitt County (5-1) used four field goals from Ryan Fitzgerald to defeat Valdosta (2-4) 27-0. Ty Leggett scored the only offensive touchdown of the game with a four-yard run late in the second quarter.

Grayson (4-0) 74-0 over International School of Broward (FL) (1-2). DJ Irons passed for four touchdowns while J’Kori Jones passed for three touchdowns for the Rams. Grayson is now 3-0 this season in out-of-state games and will play their final non-Georgia opponent this Friday when they host Ramsay (AL) (4-1). Ramsay has won three straight games and is currently ranked in the Alabama Class 6A Top 5.

Lovejoy (3-3) snapped a three-game losing streak with a 41-33 victory over Drew (1-4). Zion Custis rushed for three touchdowns for the Wildcats.

Cedar Grove (5-0) won their 15th straight game by defeating the last team to beat them, Westminster (1-4) 41-10. The 15-game winning streak is a new school record.

Rome (4-0) defeated Paulding County (1-4) 62-0. Rome will host Carrollton (4-0) in a class 5A top 10 matchup this week. Carrollton defeated Woodland-Cartersville (2-3) 41-6.

East Coweta (4-1) defeated Arabia Mountain (3-2) 48-14; East Coweta has won four in a row since their season opening loss to Lovejoy. Arabia Mountain has dropped two in a row since a 3-0 start.

Winder-Barrow (5-0) defeated North Oconee (1-4) 17-14

North Gwinnett (4-1)  defeated Mountain View (4-1) 27-14

Westlake (2-3) defeated Lithonia (1-4) 45-12

Hapeville Charter (5-0) defeated South Atlanta (2-4) 42-7

 

 

 

 

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Georgia HSFB Notes Week 1; Other Scores

The High School football season cranked up with a full schedule in Georgia on the final Friday in September. Here are some notes and scores from around the state.

In a battle of state champions from the highest class in Georgia (Grayson) and Alabama (Hoover), host Grayson jumped out a 14-0 lead and held on late for a 35-26 victory over the Buccaneers. Hoover (0-1) pulled to within two points, 28-26 on Larry McCammon’s third rushing touchdown with just over seven minutes remaining in the fourth quarter. Grayson answered quickly when DJ Irons hooked up with Keynon Jackson for 71-yard touchdown pass to give Grayson (1-0) the 35-26 cushion which they held for the victory. Ronald Thompkins rushed for over 100 yards and two touchdowns while DJ Irons passed for 200 yards and touchdown and rushed for a touchdown. Hoover falls to 2-4 all-time against Georgia opponents and 0-2 all-time to Grayson.

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In Moultrie, GA the Colquitt County (2-0) Packers won their second straight game with a 26-7 victory over Vista Murrieta (CA). Daijun Edwards rushed for two touchdowns, Cam Singletary scored on a 46-yard touchdown reception and the Colquitt County defense held their second straight opponent under 150 yards of total offense. It was the Packers first-ever game against a team from California.

Lowndes (2-0) shutout its second opponent in a row with a 56-0 victory over International School Of Broward (FL). The Vikings have outscored their first two opponents 111-0 to open the season including a 45-0 victory over rival Valdosta in the season opener. Valdosta (1-1) defeated Woodland-Stockbridge (1-1) 26-0 to earn it’s first victory of the season while handing the Wolfpack it’s first loss.

Walton (2-0) under first-year head coach Daniel Brunner withstood Brookwood (0-2) 42-35. DJ Soyoye rushed for three touchdowns, quarterback Austin Kirksey passed for over 260 yards with a touchdown while highly-touted receiver Dominick Blaylock caught a touchdown pass for Walton. Brookwood was powered again by its rushing attack from Matthew Hill (rushing and receiving TD) and Dante Black (3 rushing TDs).

Defending 5A state champion Rome (1-0) defeated 6A Harrison (0-1) 33-21. Rome score the final 16 points of the contest after Harrison scored 14 unanswered points to take a 21-17 lead in the second half after trailing 17-7. Knox Kadum passed for a pair of touchdowns- both to Xavier Roberts, while Jamious Griffin rushed for a touchdown and defensive lineman JaQuon Griffin returned a fumble for a touchdown. Highly-touted Harrison quarterback Justin Fields passed for two touchdowns and rushed for another while finishing with over 300 yards of total offense.

Clarke Central (1-1) rebounded from a season opening loss to Winder-Barrow by defeating Oconee County (0-1) 27-11. Leading 14-3 in the third quarter, Jonathan Sewell caught a 41-yard touchdown pass from Jack Mangel. Kapres Forbes put the game away by returning a punt 51 yards for a touchdown giving Clarke Central a 27-3 lead later in the third quarter. Mangel and Nadarrius Smith each had rushing touchdowns against the Warriors.

Stockbridge (1-0) used a Gabe McKensize touchdown run, a short field goal and a stout defense to defeat Mays (0-1) 9-0 for the second consecutive season. It marked the first time Mays was shutout in 64 games.

Mill Creek (2-0) scored 31 unanswered points enroute to a 31-13 victory over class 6A Stephenson (0-2). The Hawks, who overcame a deficit for the second consecutive week (defeated McEachern in season opener after trailing), rushed for over 200 yards and four touchdowns as a team.

Cartersville (2-0) won their 32nd consecutive game with a 52-45 victory over Bartram Trail (FL) (0-1). Rico Frye rushed for a one-yard touchdown with just over three minutes remaining in the fourth quarter to break a 45-45 tie and give Cartersville the 52-45 lead. Bartram Trail moved to the Cartersville 11 yard line after a pass interference call in the end zone however on the next play Riley Smith’s pass was incomplete as time expired. Cartersville’s highly-touted quarterback Trevor Lawrence passed for over 400 yards with three touchdowns while Rico Frye rushed for over 125 yards and two touchdowns. Bartram Trail rotated Smith and Gatewood at quarterback most of the day. Gatewood passed for over 160 yards and a touchdown while rushing for over 115 yards.

Cedar Shoals (1-0) overcame a halftime deficit to defeat Discovery (0-2) for the second consecutive season 22-12. Trailing 12-7, Cedar Shoals’ Cameron Hudson returned a lateral for a touchdown for a 15-12 lead after a successful two-point conversion. The Jaguars sealed the deal with a 19-play drive capped by a Jephari Colbert 7-yard touchdown with just more than three minutes remaining in the game. Colbert rushed for over 100 yards and two touchdowns for the Jaguars.

Other scores of interest:

Tucker (2-0) defeated Lakeside-Dekalb (0-2) 54-0; Tucker travels to Colquitt County this week.

Cedar Grove (2-0) defeated Southwest Dekalb (1-1) 37-7

North Gwinnett (1-1) defeated Milton (1-1) 31-28

Langston Hughes (2-0) defeated Westlake (0-1) 16-13; Langston Hughes is off this week before hosting Mays on Sept. 8th. Westlake will host Shiloh this week

Venice (FL) (1-0) defeated Camden County (1-1) 35-3; Camden County does not have a passing touchdown through two games this season in its new spread offense.

Redan (1-1) defeated Lithona (0-2) 18-9

Dutchtown (1-0) defeated Ola (1-1) 39-7

Central Gwinnett (2-0) defeated Dacula (0-1) 36-33

Valdosta (1-1) defeated Woodland-Stockbridge (1-1) 26-0; Woodland-Stockbridge travels to Tri-Cities this Saturday

Buford (2-0) defeated Melbourne Central Catholic (FL) (0-1) 34-17; Buford hosts International School of Broward (FL) this week

Lovejoy (2-0) defeated Mundy’s Mill (0-2) 33-14; Lovejoy faces Stockbridge this week at Tri-Cites on Saturday

 

 

Georgia HSFB Update Oct. 14th

Taurean Taylor rushed 78 yards for a touchdown with just over seven minutes remaining in the fourth quarter to help Tucker (6-1; 2-0) defeat Lovejoy (4-4; 4-1) 29-26.

Carlos Ayala made a field goal with just over eight minutes remaining in the fourth quarter to push Mountain View (7-1; 3-1) past Collins Hill (2-6; 2-2) 24-21. Ayala made the game-winning field for the second straight week for the Bears.

Justin Hall rushed for the game-winning touchdown in the final minute of the fourth quarter as Alexander (7-0; 5-0) defeated Langston Hughes (6-2; 4-2) 23-19. Hall also caught a touchdown pass. Hughes kicker Fernando Sdelamora connected on four field goals (all of 25-plus yards) and Isaiah Green rushed for a touchdown for Hughes. Alexander remains tied with Mays for first place in Region 5-6A.

Other scores of interests:

Colquitt County (4-4; 1-0) defeated Camden County (2-5; 0-1) 56-10

Roswell (7-0; 2-0) defeated Walton (3-4; 0-2) 55-10

Buford (6-1; 3-0) defeated Cedar Shoals (3-4; 0-3) 56-14

Thomson (7-0; 2-0) shutout Baldwin (3-4; 1-1) 45-0

Southwest Dekalb (4-3; 2-0) blanked Miller Grove (2-5; 0-2) 40-0.

Mays (6-1; 5-0) defeated Creekside (4-3; 2-3) 19-14

Jefferson County (8-0; 5-0) defeated Butler (2-5; 1 -3) 44-8

 

Georgia HSFB Update Sept 30th

Roswell (5-0) continued its impressive defensive play this season shutting out its second straight opponent with a 17-0 victory over Milton. The Hornets have not allowed more than seven points (Buford in season opener) in a game this season. Sheldon Evans rushed for two touchdowns for the Hornets.

Mill Creek (6-0) pulled away from North Gwinnett (3-3) late in the second quarter and posted its second straight victory over the Bulldogs 44-17. Cameron Turley passed for three touchdowns and Cole Wroble rushed for a pair of touchdowns for the Hawks

Lowndes (6-1) racked up over 600 yards of total offense to defeat Ware County 56-35. Ware County (2-3) jumped out to a 14-0 lead only to see the Vikings roar back with a strong third quarter and cruise to victory.

Nolan Donley hit Demond Ellison on a 40-yard touchdown pass with less than thirty seconds remaining as Cherokee (3-3) knocked off Etowah (4-2) 28-21. Etowah’s Tyray Devezin rushed for two touchdowns in the loss.

Norcross (6-0) defeated Parkview (3-2) in the battle of quarterbacks committed to play collegiate baseball. Norcross’ Byron Radcliff passed for three touchdowns as the Blue Devils defeated Parkview for the seventh time in the last eight meetings 38-15.

Trailing 14-13 with less than five minutes remaining, Daetrich Harrington raced 55 yards for a touchdown as Alexander (5-0) defeated Northgate 21-14. Kyle Cater rushed for a touchdown for Northgate in defeat.

Lovejoy (4-3) defeated Mt. Zion-Jonesboro (2-4) 35-9. Lovejoy QB John Seter passed for three touchdowns as the Wildcats improved to 4-0 in region play with a 35-9 victory.

Camden County (2-4) picked up its second win of the season by displacing Forest Park 67-14. Camden County scored more than 17 points in a game for the first time this season. Forest Park (0-7; one loss by forfeit) scored a season-high 14 points, cracking the double digit mark for the first time this season. Forest Park head coach Dale Myers is a native of Kingsland, GA and former Camden County player.In his second second, Myers has yet to pick up a victory as Forest Park is now 0-16 under Myers. Forest Park has not won more than three games since a seven-win season in 2000 and have had eleven head coaches during that span.

Preston Taylor nailed a 39-yard field goal with one second remaining to give Newton (4-1-1) a 13-12 victory over South Gwinnett (4-2). South Gwinnett took a 12-10 lead on a 34-yard field goal by Dawson Newman with less than a minute remaining. Blake Brok rushed for Newton’s lone touchdown.

Leading 20-0 in the third quarter, Shaun Jolly returned a punt 75 yards for a touchdown as Stephenson (3-3) defeated Jonesboro (0-6) 27-0.

Tucker (5-1) defeated Mundy’s Mill (1-5) 34-14. Tucker quarterback Xavier Sheppard passed for a pair of touchdowns in the victory.

Isaiah Green passed for three touchdowns and rushed for two more as Langston Hughes (5-1) defeated Creekside 35-34. Creekside (4-2) scored with just over one minute remaining in the game however failed on the two-point conversion attempt.

Georgia HSFB Update Sept 23

Clarke Central (3-2) scored 38 unanswered points after trailing rival Cedar Shoals (3-2) 6-0 enroute to a 38-12 victory. The Gladiators have defeated the Jaguars eight straight times and lead the all-time series 35-15.  Jack Mangel passed for two touchdowns to Rico Arnold and Trajan Pinkney while JaQuarus Grant returned an interception 60 yards for a touchdown for the Gladiators. NaDerrious Smith and Jarvis Howell each rushed for a touchdown for Clarke Central.

North Gwinnett (3-2) used a balance attack to defeat Mountain View 38-14. Bulldog quarterback Cade Fortin passed for two touchdowns. Brian Eberhardt  and Ryan Lovelace rushed for touchdowns and Javonni Cunningham returned a punt for a touchdown for North Gwinnett.

Xavier Sheppard passed for three touchdowns and Joshua Vann caught two touchdown passes as Tucker (4-1) shutout M. L. King (2-3) 55-0.Tucker has scored 50+ points and recorded shutouts in two consecutive games.

Other games of Interest:

Lakeside-Dekalb shutout Meadowcreek (0-5) 38-0. Lakeside recorded its first shutout this season and improves to 4-1 with its only loss to Tucker.

Malik Willis passed for three touchdowns and rushed for two touchdowns as Roswell shutout Archer 47-0

McEachern (4-1) held its third straight opponent without a touchdown in a 34-3 victory over Camden County (1-4).

Harrison (5-0) extended its winning streak to five games with a 43-19 victory over Allatoona (1-4).

Newton got by Heritage-Conyers 34-28. Newton head coach Terrence Banks served a one-game suspension  and did not coach in the game.

 

High School Football Update: Georgia

The Etowah (2-1) Eagles got a tremendous effort from its offensive line as running back Tyray Devezin rushed for over 200 yards and three touchdowns in a 21-14 victory over Spartanburg (SC). The Eagles scored 21 unanswered points after trialing 7-0. Etowah led 21-14 midway through the fourth period had a fourth down stop on the one yardline and a Blake Jones interception on the Vikings final two possession to seal the win. Safety/Tight End Stuart Head recorded and interception while linebacker Alan Michael Harris led Etowah in tackles. Ladarius Jones and Damyjai Foster each rushed for touchdowns for Spartanburg (2-1).

Will Van Pamelen  kicked the game-winning field goal from 20 yards to push Grayson (1-1) past McEachern (2-1) 16-13 as time expired. After a Kurt Turner touchdown run put Grayson ahead 7-0, McEachern’s Tyler Smith returned a punt 55 yards for a touchdown to even the game at 7-all in the second quarter. Van Pamelen connected on the first of his three field goals to give the Rams a 10-7 halftime lead. The Indians took a 13-10 lead in the fourth quarter on another interception return when C.J. Miller raced 30 yards after picking off a ball that bounce off the chest of the intended receiver. Van Pamelen then tied the game at 13-all with a 28-yard field goal with 2:05 left before hitting the winner moments later. Bailey Hockman was a woeful 6-of-23 passing for 55 yards for the Indians.

Cedar Shoals (2-0) scored 29 unanswered points after trailing 17-6 to defeat Decatur 35-17. The Jaguars have won its first two games under first-year head coach Leroy Ryals and its first back-to-back wins since 2013. Osiris Walker rushed for two touchdowns and Tae Wright added a rushing touchdown for Cedar Shoals. Basketball players Snipe Hall and Javanni McDavid got in the scoring act for the Jaguars. Hall returned an interception for a touchdown while McDavid returned a punt for a touchdown for Cedar Shoals. Josh Creighton returned an interception for a touchdown and Brayton Reed rushed for a touchdown from one yard, which was set up by a 75-yard run by Terrill Hall for Decatur (1-1).

Armis Stokes scored on a 1-yard touchdown run with 13 ticks left as Mays (1-1) defeated Peachtree Ridge on the road 36-31 after a fierce fourth quarter comeback. Peachtree Ridge led 31-21 with just over six minutes remaining in the game when Mays forced a safety and scored on a touchdown pass from B.J. Phillips to Kortez Daniel to pull within 31-29 after the failed two-point conversion. After forcing the Lions to punt, the Raiders used a fourth down conversion to keep the drive alive which Stokes capped with the touchdown run. Phillips passed for over 200 yards with two touchdowns while Stokes rushed for two touchdowns for Mays.

Other Games of Interest:

Westlake (1-1) handed Shiloh (1-2) its second straight loss 29-13. Westlake rebounded from a 10-9 setback to Langston Hughes in a game that was called in the third quarter last week. Shiloh lost it’s second straight game.

Tucker (2-1) defeated Colquitt County 21-20 as Colquitt County falls to 0-3 to begin the season. The last time Colquitt County was 0-3 was 2010, they lost to Brookwood in the state championship game. Tucker outscored Colquitt 18-3 in the second half after trailing 17-3 at halftime. Chris Broadwater was the leading rusher for Tucker with over 175 yards.

Gainesville (2-1) bettered Clarke Central (1-1) 21-14

Creekside (2-0) broke open a close game against Southwest Dekalb (2-1) and won 47-14

 

McEachern falls in season opener

 

Fourth-ranked McEachern fell 74-67 to unranked Southwest Dekalb in the Parkview Tip-Off Classic Tuesday night.

Jada Lewis finished with 31 points, 4 assists and 4 steals. Chantel Wilson chipped in 13 points, Que Morrison had a box score stuffing 6 points, 7 assist and 7 rebounds while Jasmin Clements tallied six points and grabbed ten rebounds for the Lady Indians

“We aren’t in basketball shape right now,” McEachern head coach Phyllis Arthur said.”We looked like we had elephant legs. We’ll regroup and get in basketball shape and will be ready for whoever is next.”

McEachern (0-1) returns to action  on December 4th in a region game against Hillgrove.

The Lady Indians were not the only Top 5 team to fall in the event. No.1 Norcross (4-1) had its four-game winning streak snapped with a 61-60 loss to No.9 Tucker on a buzzer beating layup by Najla Shamrid-Dean.

McEachern and Norcross have combined to win the last six state titles in Georgia’s highest classification since 2010, each winning three. McEachern is the two-time defending state champion.

 

 

Tucker Uses Balance To Get By Langston Hughes

Garrett Rigby has commanded the Tucker Tigers high-powered rushing Wing-T offense all season from the quarterback spot. In the first round of the state playoffs the senior signal caller balanced the run with the pass.

Rigby passed for a season-high three touchdowns while running backs Chris Broadwater and Myles Donaldson each rushed for over 100 yards in a 38-28 victory over visiting Langston Hughes.

Behind the play of Rigby the Tigers scored four touchdowns on six first half possessions to open up what began as a back and forth affair.

Sam Bryant scored on a 4-yard touchdown to put Tucker ahead 7-0. Langston Hughes answered back in two plays when Isaiah Green hit Karam Puckett for a 56-yard touchdown to even the score with just over three minutes gone by in the opening quarter.

The Panthers would recover a fumble on the ensuing kickoff but were turned over on downs by the Tigers. Moments later Rigby found leading receiver Joshua Vann for a 27-yard touchdown pass to put Tucker up 14-7. Langston Hughes again answered back with a Green 1-yard touchdown run to even the score at 14 with 37 seconds left in the quarter. Green’s 38-yard pass to Rashad Burch set up the score.

Rigby went back to air capping an eight-play 73-yard drive with a 25-yard touchdown pass to Sam Bryant. Rigby later hit Vann again, this time from 20 yards out, giving the Tigers a 28-14 halftime lead.

Tucker stretched the lead to 21 points in the third quarter on a 14-yard touchdown run by Sam Bryant with 7:03 left.

Langston Hughes mounted a rally as Green hit Tony Jones Jr on a 27-yard touchdown pass in the third and then scored his second rushing touchdown from a yard out in the fourth quarter to pull Hughes to within 35-28 with 7:09 remaining. Tucker put the game away on its next possession as Adam Lippy made a 27-yard field goal for the final 38-28 margin with 2:25 left in the game.

Tucker (7-4) will travel to South Forsyth (10-1) in the second round. Tucker faces the War Eagles for the first time since 2003 and leads the all-time series 2-0.

Langston Hughes (5-6) will look toward next season with much experience gained for a youthful team that will only lose three starters on each side of the ball.

Langston Hughes and Tucker Will Complete Georgia 6A Bracket

The first round of the Georgia high school football playoffs began on Friday, the second round bracket will be completed tonight shy of midnight as the winner of Langston Hughes (5-5) and Tucker (7-3) will fit in the final piece of the puzzle.

Both teams have played solid schedules in the regular season, Tucker took on an OOS (out-of-state) foes Godby (FL) and Blackman (TN). Langston Hughes stacked its non-region schedule with the likes of Mays. Grayson and Creekside, two of which advanced to the second round of the Georgia playoffs in its respective class.

Tucker runs the ball at a clip of upwards of 300 yards a game on the legs of leading rusher Chris Broadwater. Langston Hughes throws it off the arm of Isaiah Green at a clip upwards of 285 yards per game.

Brevet And Fowler Lead Allatoona Into Second Round

Bradley Brevet got Allatoona off to a fast start by scoring 9 of their first 11 points in their state tournament opener against Sequoyah. Brevet scored 15 of his 18 points in the first half as Allatoona led 38-22 at halftime. In the second half  Daniel Fowler put in 15 of his 17 points as the Buccaneers defeated Sequoyah 77-56.

Rodney Brown added 12 points while Ephraim Tshimanga and Drew Swanson each had 9 for Allatoona. Sequoyah (13-15) was led by Dalton Satterfield’s 21 points, Satterfield connected on four three’s in the contest.

Allatoona (28-1) will host ML King (22-10) in the second round Tuesday evening. ML King defeated Apalachee 70-64 in the first round on Saturday. ML King’s region 6-5A went 4-0 in the first round of the state tournament, region 5-5A went 2-2.

Region 6-5A Scores: Miller Grove 66 Gainesville 23, Stephenson 80 Salem 46, Tucker 72 Clarke Central 53.

Region 5-5A Scores: Pope 60 South Paulding 52, Villa Rica 66 Sprayberry 63, Osbourne 64 Hiram 48.