Georgia High School Football Daily Spotlight: Week Ten’s 10 Best Matchups

Here are 10 games the GHSF Daily staff considers not-miss this weekend.

Hiram at Sprayberry
When, where: 7:30 p.m., Jim Frazier Stadium, Marietta
Records, rankings: Hiram is 8-0 overall, 4-0 in Region 7-AAAA Div. B and No. 6; Sprayberry is 6-2, 4-0 and unranked.
Last meeting: Sprayberry won 35-10 in 2008.
Three things to know:
1. The winner earns the subregion championship and a berth in the state playoffs and will play in the region championship game on Nov. 6 against Northwest Whitfield, Sequoyah or Dalton.
2. Hiram has the fourth-best offense in Class AAAA, averaging 36 points per game. But Sprayberry’s defense is No. 6 in AAAA, allowing an average of 8.1 points.
3. Sprayberry quarterback Jerick McKinnon rushed for 173 yards and had 240 yards in total offense in the Yellow Jackets’ victory against South Paulding last week.

Jefferson at North Oconee
When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, North Oconee High School, Bogart
Records, rankings: Jefferson is 8-0 overall, 7-0 in Region 8-AA and No. 9; North Oconee is 7-1, 6-1 and unranked.
Last meeting: Jefferson won 17-16 in 2008.
Three things to know:
1. Jefferson has won 18 consecutive regular-season games. The only one closer than 12 points was its one-point victory against North Oconee last season.
2. North Oconee, which had averaged 35 points in the first seven games of the season, was held to 10 points and 160 yards of total offense in its loss to East Jackson last week.
3. A victory by Jefferson would set up a showdown against East Jackson for the region championship next week.

LaGrange at Carver (Columbus)
When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, A.J. McClung Memorial Stadium, Columbus
Records, rankings: LaGrange is 7-1 overall, 4-0 in Region 2-AAA and No. 7; Carver is 7-1, 4-0 and No. 4.
Last meeting: Carver won 24-0 in 2008.
Three things to know:
1. Carver can claim the region championship with a victory. LaGrange would need to beat Carver as well as Troup next week to secure the title.
2. Carver linemen Corey Crawford and David Beasley have committed to Clemson, while quarterback Devin Burns is headed to Maryland. Running back Isaiah Crowell is considered the No. 1 junior running back in the state.
3. LaGrange kicker Joe Mansour, who is committed to Kentucky, has made field goals of 57 and 59 yards this season.

Lincoln County at Wilkinson County
When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Wilkinson County High School, Irwinton
Records, rankings: Lincoln County is 7-1 overall, 3-0 in Region 7-A and No. 3; Wilkinson County is 7-1, 3-0 and No. 6.
Last meeting: Lincoln County won 20-0 in 2008.
Three things to know:
1. Lincoln County can clinch its seventh consecutive Region 7-A championship, and Wilkinson can claim its first since 2000.
2. Lincoln County is playing without its best player, running back A.G. Middlebrooks, lost for the season with a broken leg, and has relied more on defense this season. The team ranks fourth in Class A scoring defense.
3. Wilkinson County’s Calvin Harris threw for 202 yards and threw and ran for touchdowns in 19-7 victory over Washington-Wilkes last week.

Northside (W. Robins) at Warner Robins
When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, McConnell-Talbert Stadium, Warner Robins
Records, rankings: Northside is 8-0 overall, 5-0 in Region 1-AAAAA and No. 2; Warner Robins is 5-3, 3-2 and unranked.
Last meeting: Northside won 14-0 in 2008.
Three things to know:
1. Northside trailed13-0 at halftime against 2-6 Tift County last week but scored on its first two possessions of the second half and won 27-13.
2. Warner Robins must beat Northside or No. 4 Lowndes or miss the playoffs for a third straight season.
3. Both are defensive-minded teams. Warner Robins ranks fourth in scoring defense in Class AAAAA, allowing 7.0 points. Northside is seventh, allowing 9.0.

Southwest DeKalb at Tucker
When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Adams Stadium, Atlanta
Records, rankings: Southwest DeKalb is 7-1 overall, 7-0 in Region 6-AAAA and No. 3; Tucker is 7-1, 6-1 and No. 8.
Last meeting: Tucker won 10-7 in 2008.
Three things to know:
1. Southwest DeKalb would claim the region championship with a victory. A Tucker win likely creates a three-way tie for first place that would include Marist.
2. Southwest’s Ken Malcome leads DeKalb County in rushing with 1,091 yards, including 184 on 21 carries in the Panthers’ 21-7 victory against Marist last week.
3. Tucker is the top rushing team in DeKalb, averaging 259.9 yards per game. Tyrelle Poole, Devin Scott and Rendell Wilder have each rushed for more than 400 yards this season. Poole had 126 against Stone Mountain last week.

Washington County at Baldwin
When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Braves Stadium, Milledgeville
Records, rankings: Washington County is 8-0 overall, 4-0 in Region 3-AAA and No. 5; Baldwin is 6-2, 4-0 and No. 9.
Last meeting: Baldwin won 14-12 in 2008.
Three things to know:
1. Montravious Gladdin of Washington County rushed for 280 yards and five touchdowns in a 44-31 victory over Burke County last week.
2. The coaches – Washington County’s Joel Ingram and Baldwin’s Jesse Hicks – are close friends and talk by phone most every week.
3. Baldwin’s defeats are against No. 2 Peach County and No. 4 Carver of Columbus.

Westminster at Buford
When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Tom Riden Stadium, Buford
Records, rankings: Westminster is 6-2 overall, 5-0 in Region 6-AA and No. 8; Buford is 7-1, 4-1 and No. 3.
Last meeting: Buford won 29-7 in 2008.
Three things to know:
1. Westminster would secure the region championship with a victory. A Buford win likely creates a three-way tie for first place that would include Lovett.
2. Buford’s 21-0 victory against Blessed Trinity was its fifth shutout of the season. The Wolves have the top defense in Class AA, allowing 5.3 points per game.
3. Westminster’s defense is strong, too. The Wildcats are fifth in Class AA, allowing nine points per game, and have given up just 12 points in the past four games.

Westside (Macon) at Thomas Co. Central
When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Jackets’ Nest, Thomasville
Records, rankings: Westside is 8-0 overall, 6-0 in Region 1-AAAA and No. 2; Thomas County Central is 7-1, 6-0 and No. 10.
Last meeting: Westside won 51-0 in 2008.
Three things to know:
1. Both head coaches recently succeeded legends and seek to clinch their first region championships. At Westside, first-year coach Sheddrick Risper replaced retiring Robert Davis, whose 353 wins rank second all-time in Georgia. At Thomas Central, Bill Shaver in 2008 was promoted to replace Ed Pilcher, who won five state titles at Central.
2. Westside’s Robert Brown is Middle Georgia’s leading rusher with 1,349 yards and 16 touchdowns.
3. Curtis Brooks scored three touchdowns in Thomas Central’s 24-7 victory over Hardaway during which Central led only 10-7 in the fourth quarter.

Woodward Academy at Jackson
When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Red Devil Hill, Jackson
Records, rankings: Woodward Academy is 6-2 overall, 5-1 in Region 4-AAA and unranked; Jackson is 8-0, 6-0 and No. 8.
Last meeting: Jackson won 14-7 in 2008.
Three things to know:
1. Woodward Academy’s loss to Mary Persons has put its almost certain playoff berth in jeopardy. The War Eagles must win one of their final two games, against region-leading Jackson and second-place Woodland of Stockbridge, or hope for a Spalding loss to Mary Persons.
2. A victory would give Jackson its second consecutive Region 4-AAA championship and its fifth overall.
3. Jackson is fourth in Class AAA in victory margin, scoring an average of 34.5 while allowing 7.3, a difference of 27.2 points per game.

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eagleforlife

October 29th, 2009
9:43 am

sooo… who’s trying to be funny and make a typo that says that NSWR is 7-1???? get it right… we are 8-0 !!! now some idiot will take that mistake and run with it.

AVikingFan

October 29th, 2009
9:53 am

It also says Warner Robins has to beat Lowndes “OR” Northside to make the playoffs. If WR loses to either, and Valdosta wins out over Houston County and Tift, Valdosta is 4th seed, not WR, because Valdosta won their head to head matchup. WR must beat BOTH Lowndes AND Northside if Valdosta wins out.

Go roswell !

October 29th, 2009
9:59 am

Surprised that Roswell vs Walton is not considered a top game of the week ? Between this week and next the region championship will be decided between this game and the game next week between roswell and Lassitter. Most objective observers are not sure how good Walton is this year even though they have 2 losses. Roswell defense is its strength; but they have an explosive offense with wins by an average of 21 points. Only real weakness against very good teams in the playoffs will be starting quarterback position. The “run first” offense works against marginal to bad teams; but roswell must be able to get the ball to its playmakers on 3rd down and 5-10 yards against good teams. Every defensive coordinator in the region likely knows thats the only way to possible beat Roswell. Otherwise……………First & 10 Hornets!!!!

eagleforlife

October 29th, 2009
11:26 am

AVikingFan- I didn’t realize that mistake as well… But you are right.. I think the liklihood of WR beating Northside and Lowndes is a lot less than Valdosta beating HoCo and Tift… I think it will be another “PLAYOFFLESS” season for the Demons… =(

SportsFan31313

October 29th, 2009
12:49 pm

Okay, here is my predictions this week as the regular season winds down to a close.

Hiram at Sprayberry Take Hiram this year

Jefferson at North Oconee Take Jefferson

LaGrange at Carver (Columbus) WOW!!!!! Big Battle between the two. Take Carver Of Columbus

Washington County at Baldwin Another Show Down But Take Washington County

Lincoln County at Wilkinson County Take Lincoln County

Westminster at Buford Take Buford

Westside (Macon) at Thomas Co. Central Take Thomas County Central for the upset

Woodward Academy at Jackson Take Jackson

SportsFan31313

October 29th, 2009
12:50 pm

ENR, and AVIKINGFAN,

I saw the mistake early this morning on my Blackberry. I sent a reply in advising them of the mistake.

grayram

October 29th, 2009
1:11 pm

It Doesn’t look good for Warner Robins this season. I beleive their 9th grade team is undefeated so they should be stronger in a year or two.

eagleforlife

October 29th, 2009
2:06 pm

Grayram- That 9th grade team will be split up due to Veterans High opening up next year.. Warner Robins is getting hit pretty hard with rezoning… So… No, I don’t think they will be any better in the next year or two. =)

tommy smith

October 29th, 2009
3:52 pm

sorry nswr and lownes co. i have great respect for yall. but even though candem lost two games they will repeat. we lost to come hoover al. and greyson . two top teams in nation. and they barley could beat us. we have fixed our defence and offence. and have a 45 point margin of victory in last 6 games. but never the less it will be great games in playoffs. good luck guys. oh yea hats off to coulquit county on a good season. maybe start of a new tradition

tommy smith

October 29th, 2009
4:03 pm

Herd houston and warner robins is dropping to 4a is this true

eagleforlife

October 29th, 2009
8:45 pm

Tommy- yes it is true

#23

October 29th, 2009
8:59 pm

Lowndes will tack back its crown this yr; State Champs.. Meanwhile i dont think no team in the state can beat Lowndes other than Northside.. Grayson is overrated and all the other Atl teams dont really know football.. Camden will loose to whoever they play from Region1 and with that being said, does anyone think the dome may be a region1 “fest”.. Lowndes, Norhtside, Colquitt, and Valdosta?? it’ll be interesting.. Dont sleep on Valdosta just yet!!! They have a fine program this yr and will beat any ATl area team … The QB at Valdosta is one of the best i’ve seen in a long time.. But anyway, i use to play for lowndes (04-08) and i just want to shout out some old familiar names: Lynn Williams, B.J. Wright, Jermel Demps, Stevie Harden, Marlon Jones, Devarious Leonard (the bus), Doug Belk, Jacquin Wrice, Darriet Perry, Robert Frazier, Antonio Townsend, Matt Harper… Do anybody remember any of these players? Wanna know where there at? Wanna know my “point”?

#23

October 29th, 2009
9:06 pm

Lowndes High Playmakers:

04-05.. Lynn Williams, Doug Belk, John Barner and Jermel Demps
06-08 Darriet Perry, Greg Reid, Blake Summers
07-09 Greg Reid and Gerald Demps
09-10 Kahry Franklin, Geraldo Orta, Troy Braswel, Telvin Smith and Tyler Hunter

Next YR.. lookout.. MICHAEL MOORE!! rising soph.
as well as Braswel, Hunter and Orta

GO UG!

October 29th, 2009
9:24 pm

#23, I think you got bumped in the head a few too many times during your playing days if you seriously think Valdosta could beat any of the Atlanta teams. Stephenson would beat Valdosta by 3 touchdowns. I wouldn’t mind drawing Valdosta in the playoffs this year. Now Lowndes is a different story. Oh and if Valdosta’s QB is that good can you talk him into going to UGA, they need him.

Northside Observer

October 29th, 2009
9:51 pm

Wrong Grayram! Northside’s 9th grade won the city/county championship beating the WR 9th grade 28-26. Also, the feeder school to NS, i.e. the 8th grade team was undefeated again this year. They were also undefeated as 7th graders. WR will not win over NS for awhile. WR team this year is the one they have been waiting on to win it all–i.e, State AAAAA Champions. They are senior heavy.

Northside Observer

October 29th, 2009
9:55 pm

#23 What position does Michael Moore play?.

Northwest Student

October 29th, 2009
10:52 pm

Sequoyah is out of contention in the 7AAAA tite game. It will be the Northwest Whitfield/Daton winner vs the Hiram/Sprayberry winner for the 7AAAA championship game next friday. I think Sprayberry will be beat Hiram, and I hope Northwest beats Dalton, and I think they will, but it’s such a big rivalry game, idk who to pick.

seiler3497

October 29th, 2009
11:03 pm

For the hiram doubters Sprayberry won in overtime against Hillgrove. Hiram did not need overtime and left pionts on the feild.

NTH Trojans

October 30th, 2009
7:27 am

As far as the Hiram/Sprayberry game goes, it should be close. Hiram is playing better at this point in the season than I have ever seen them play before. They play with confidence and swagger. This year (unlike in years’ past), they go into every game expecting to win. The win over Hillgrove last week was a big one, and it let everyone know that they were for real. For Hiram, the playoffs started last week, knowing that they could not afford a loss to Hillgrove, and will continue this week against Sprayberry. I think Hiram wins by 7 or less. GO HORNETS!!!!

Decatur 4 Life

October 30th, 2009
9:26 am

#23

“Atl schools don’t kow football”, we’ll see. Hopefully 1-AAAAA can get 1 school in the dome this year, Lowndes maybe Northside. You’re gravely mistaken if you think all four teams will advance to the dome. Also it’s good to hear middle and south Georgians are dealing with rezoning and opening of new schools. Hard to maintain tradition and prominence for those perennial powers when new schools open up in your area and pull students, isn’t it? That’s what schools have been going through here in Atl for about ten years now, some schools are not going to be as good as they once were bottom line. We adjust and deal with it, now it’s your turn.

tommy

October 30th, 2009
9:56 am

Northern teams are gettin better. But candem will make to the semi un contested the fact is candem, lownes, and greyson its theres to lose even though there are sleepers like nswr wid that great D. Far as valdosta. There one of my favorite teams fact is team is just average need to rebuild.

SouthGARules

October 30th, 2009
10:03 am

Decatur 4 Life: I agree with you about redistricting pulling students, but Brookwood & Parkview have not been affected by redistricting (at least Parkview since Brookwood opened in 1981) Dacula has probably been affected more than any school in Gwinnett (Mill Creek, Mountain View). I will be curious to see how it affects North Gwinnett when Lanier HS opens next year. I know Dekalb County has over 20 HS’s with AAAA & AAAAA schools, but the AAAAA schools are barely 2000 students. There is NO WAY ALL 4 TEAMS in ANY REGION will make it to the Dome, considering only 2 in each classification make it to the Dome.
BTW: The #4 seed in Region 1-AAAAA (probably Valdosta) will lose in Newnan.

Region 6AAAA

October 30th, 2009
10:43 am

It seems that OUR Region has at least one top game every week. A testament to how we are REALLY PLAYING BALL in Region 6AAAA.

Decatur 4 Life

October 30th, 2009
10:46 am

My point exactly about all 4 1AAAAA teams making it to the semis, it’s not possible. To comment on the schools, most of our AAAAA schools have between 2000-3000 students there, I’m a teacher at my alma mater here in Decatur. We’re a AAA school and we have at least 1500 students, there are three other high schools off the same street with mostly the same population of students.(The biggest being Southwest Dekalb) To take it a step further if you continue down the street you’ll be in two more different high school’s district, so that’s makes six schools in one general area. It gets to the point that middle schools in the area pull from everywhere. We could have a great athlete at our middle school and he might end up at SWD, Cedar Grove, McNair, Towers, or Avondale and not Columbia. Funny part is these schools aren’t new, they’ve been around for twenty or thirty years. Brookwood and Parkview are close but it’s just the two of them. No doubt new schools that have opened in Gwinett county since then have pulled some of their talent as well. Let’s be real, coaches recruit all the time it’s just a matter of getting caught. A couple of years ago, Marist was after a running back our middle school and he wasn’t the only one. Stephenson and MLK was hot on the trail too I hear, this happens all the time. The kid ends up going to where he feels the most success will be instead of where he’s supposed to go district wise.

Decatur 4 Life

October 30th, 2009
10:54 am

Region 6AAAA

I support the county and region 6AAAA but that region is not a juggernaut like it’s made out to be. I would think it’s tougher in basketball but even that’s lost a little luster after we (Columbia) got dropped down. Football wise though after Tucker, SWD, and Marist who else do you have worth talikng about. I know Stone Mountain is having a great season but do you honestly think they can beat a region champ on their own field, I hope they do but the chances are slim to none. I know they have had a representative in the dome the past few years but that’s a testament to the good programs not the region as a whole.

girraffaJenkins

October 30th, 2009
11:56 am

Typical Eagles. Always Crying about something!!! If you want to bring up numbers, look at the head to head against WR.

SouthGARules

October 30th, 2009
1:13 pm

Decatur 4 Life: Isn’t Decatur HS part of the Decatur City School system instead of Dekalb County? If so, what are the boundaries/attendance zones. You are right about the high schools being so close together.
Does Decatur High have a provision where if you live outside the Decatur zone, you can pay a fee & go to Decatur. I know Buford does for Buford High School. I also take from your post that a middle school in Dekalb feeds into multiple HS’s. I’m curious, why is that? How many middle schools are there in Dekalb and is it possible to feed into 1 or 2 HS’s instead of 5 or 6?

eagleforlife

October 30th, 2009
1:28 pm

girraffaJenkins- WHAT exactly are WE crying about??/ WE have NOTHING to cry about!! YOU MUST be a DEMON FAN!! BOOOOOO HOOOOOOOOOO!! Just go back to bed… Your day is only going to get worse…. =)

girraffaJenkins

October 30th, 2009
1:57 pm

exactly! The feeder program. Northside is the only school in the county with a true feeder program. This is how they have such good athletes. Thank you HCBOE.

girraffaJenkins

October 30th, 2009
2:00 pm

By the way… Im a Parkview fan!

girraffaJenkins

October 30th, 2009
2:00 pm

By the way… Im a Parkview fan.

reggaeman

October 30th, 2009
2:50 pm

Valdosta have the defense to play with anyone but their offense playcalling hurts them with good teams with a good defense

BulldawgBite

October 30th, 2009
3:33 pm

# 23. no way any 4 teams from any region go to the semis. i dont know if region 1 can get anyone past the 3rd round this year. they couldnt last year. northside plays region 7 winner in the 3rd round. lowndes plays camden second and mceachern/region 7 runner up in the 3rd round. colquitt will probably lose to stephenson and if they do then they still have to beat the region 6 team. valdosta/warner robins will get chokeslammed by newnan in the 1st round. they MIGHT score a touchdown

SportsFan31313

October 30th, 2009
4:30 pm

BulldawgBite,

You can rest, and assure that Region1-AAAAA will have one maybe two teams out of that Region entering into the third round of the playoffs.

Bodog

October 30th, 2009
6:01 pm

I’ll take lagrange over carver.because………………………….X factor lagrange has better FG, Extra Point kicker Has made FG’S of 57 and 59 yds this season…..If iy is close in 4th quarter……HE WILL BE THE DIFFERENCE If not Carver wins…………

tommy

October 30th, 2009
8:13 pm

at the colquit ,houston game guinn robinson score games 1st td. And wid 752 left in 2nd quater pac leads. But questinable calls bye the striped guys keep it close

HomeFieldAdvantage

October 30th, 2009
11:52 pm

Warner Robins beats Northside at the MAC 21-20. Something EagleNationmRising assured us could not be done. He predicted a 28-7 Northside win. Considering how Colquitt beat Warner Robins 17-0 last week, maybe, just maybe, Colquitt can beat Northside also, when they play next Friday night. And IF Lowndes can somehow beat Warner Robins, Lowndes and Colquitt would have a 2 way tie for 1st place in 1-AAAAA. Lowndes would be region champs because they won the head to head matchup 31-6 earlier this year. I bet EagleNationRizing is squirming about all this, trying to figure a way to lecture us and make us think he had somehow warned us about it. NO WAY. He flat out said it wouldn’t happen. But, that’s high school football for you. HeadEast, sorry about your loss tonight. Congrats to Sportsfan31313 for Bradwell’s big win. Roswell and Lassiter did as I thought they would, except Lassiter’s win was closer than expected. I heard Brookwood took it on the chin, opening up the way for Parkview to get back into the playoff race. Central of Thomasville had a huge win tonight, a big congrats to them as well.

Lowndes “Peachtree Ridged” Coffee 63-7, but before ya’ll start getting all over us about running up the score, let me say how it happened. We scored on two punt returns for TD’s, a blocked punt for a TD, we had a running clock the 2nd half, and started subbing late in the 1st quarter. The ball just bounced our way tonight.

Johnny

October 31st, 2009
12:35 am

Hey eaglefan…. 21-20…. there goes that perfect record.. GO DEMONS!!

Joe

October 31st, 2009
2:09 am

BALDWIN 27-WASHINGTON COUNTY 7….BALDWIN COUNTY 2009 REGION CHAMPS!!!!

girraffajenkins

October 31st, 2009
11:52 am

Well, EagleforLife, how do you feel today. Are you having flashbacks of McEachern or Baldwin. I bet you are hating Nix again just like all the other Eagles ive talked to. Oh, I know its the refs fault right. 21-20 haha who is crying now?

ronniebug

October 31st, 2009
9:46 pm

I know that NSWR is not complaining about the refs after what happen in the Lowndes game. My granddaughter could have called a better game. It was also said the a few of the refs graduated from NSWR!

melissa P

November 1st, 2009
2:14 am

GO BALDWIN ITS WAS ABOUT TIME WE MADE A STATEMENT IN REGION 3AAA WHEN THEY COUNTED US OUT THIS WHOLE YEAR NOW WE CAN MAKE A STATEMENT IN THA PLAYOFFS!!! GO BRAVES!!

ImaTitleTownBaby

November 1st, 2009
2:32 am

I second the motion regarding Mike Moore at Lowndes…he’ll be a sophomore next year…look forward to him playing wingback beside Troy Braswell…he’ll play linebacker too.

VA 7

November 1st, 2009
11:57 am

Is NSWR afraid of coming second in their region, because of the playoff bracket they may fall in? Look where they will fall if they end up 2nd or 3rd in their region.

#23

November 1st, 2009
2:48 pm

GO UG! Valdosta will be in the playoff picture and Im willing to bet that if they come across Stephenson, Valdosta will beat them!! Valdosta has played the best already this yr and they’ve gotten better week by week.. Valdosta playing Stephenson will be a good game but ultimately, Vhs would win.. Too much talent, experience, and too much heart!!

SportsFan31313

November 1st, 2009
3:32 pm

Greetings AVikingFan,

See,

I told you. I said upset alert!!!!!!

ImaTitleTownBaby

November 1st, 2009
3:58 pm

Eventhough Newnan is undefeated and known for their defense…Valdosta vs. Newnan will be a good game…Valdostas three losses have come form three of the best teams in the state.

GO UG!

November 1st, 2009
7:52 pm

#23, I am telling you that Stephenson is VERY fast and super quick to the ball. You cannot run outside on them. I know that Valdosta has a good QB and really good receiver but again Stephenson is really quick to the ball. You better lay a lick and wrap up if you want their running backs to go down. I think their running back has committed to Kentucky. We have a good team and played them hard but they prevailed.

GO UG!

November 1st, 2009
8:13 pm

#23, if Valdosta gets in they will come in at #4 which means they will draw Stephenson at Stephenson. Well we will find out for sure. My prediction is Stephenson 21 Valdosta 7!

ImaTitleTownBaby

November 2nd, 2009
12:22 am

Some of those ATL teams that are guaranteed to run through their region should play each other during the season…perhaps Grayson..Newnan..N Gwinnett..Stephenson should put each other on their non-region schedules.