Class AAAAA roundup

By Score Atlanta

Alpharetta 38, Roswell 19: The host Raiders took control of the game early and built a 31-3 half-time lead. Quarterback Joshua Dobbs threw four touchdown passes in the first half. Running back Jalen Simmons and receiver Carlos Burse each caught two touchdown tosses.

Collins Hill 35, Mill Creek 32: Nick England scored once on the ground and caught the game-winning touchdown pass from Brett Sheehan with eight seconds remaining. Jordan Parker helped the visiting Eagles with touchdown runs of 35 and 70 yards.

Dacula 22, South Gwinnett 20 (OT): Rocky Capobianco scored on a 1-yard touchdown run in overtime for the visitors, who then converted a two-point conversion after botching the PAT. Bernard Morrison’s score kept the Comets alive, but the two-point conversion failed.

Duluth 30, Meadowcreek 0: The host Wildcats built a 23-0 half-time lead and pitched a shutout for the first time this season. Senior running back Matthew Randle ran for two touchdowns in the first half for Duluth.

Harrison 37, Campbell 7: The visiting Hoyas took control of the game early with a safety and subsequent touchdown to take a 9-0 lead. Quarterback Clay Chastain completed 13 of 14 passes for 170 yards and three touchdowns. A.J. Smith scored on a two-yard run and 10-yard catch for Harrison.

Hillgrove 31, North Cobb 6: The visiting Hawks got 150 rushing yards and two touchdowns on 13 attempts by Alabama commit Kenyan Drake to improve to 7-0. Hillgrove quarterback Elijah Ironside had 15 completions for 116 yards.

Lassiter 35, Wheeler 7: The Trojans rode the hot arm of Eddie Printz to a road win over Wheeler. Printz threw for 279 yards and three touchdowns. Isiah Willis caught four of Printz’s passes including one for a touchdown. Willis also added a rushing touchdown.

M.L. King 26, Newton 10: The host Lions overcame an early deficit to shutout Newton in the second half. Jonquel Dawson passed for 199 yards and three touchdowns with two of the scores caught by Joshua Stanford, one of which went for 83 yards.

McEachern 52, Pebblebrook 14: Trent Thompson led McEachern by throwing four touchdown passes, including a pair to Malik Williams. The visiting Indians got two rushing scores from Mike Sherman, while Amba Etta-Tawo and Trey Fletcher also hauled in touchdown receptions.

Milton 42, Northview 30: The visiting Eagles withstood a Northview comeback behind Peyton Barber and the ground game. Barber rushed for two touchdowns while Milton as a team rushed for 315 total yards. The Eagles also passed for 150 yards with 60 yards coming on a Ryan Jenkins touchdown reception.

Newnan 31, Luella 21: Rodney Tennie returned an interception 91 yards for a touchdown on the game’s final play to seal Newton’s home victory. Aundre Morgan also recovered a fumble in the end zone and Tanaris Portress returned a fumble 61 yards for another Cougar score.

North Gwinnett 35, Mountain View 7: Quarterback Scotty Hosch led the charge for the host Bulldogs with 317 yards passing and three scores, two to wide receiver Chad Scott. Running back Joe Jones added two rushing touchdowns for North Gwinnett.

Peachtree Ridge 41, Norcross 14: Billy Best completed 10 passed for 288 yards and two touchdowns and also ran for a score to lead Peachtree Ridge. Joe Horn caught both scoring strikes for the host Lions, who got 141 yards from scrimmage and three rushing touchdowns from DiAndre Atwater.

Stephenson 46, Langston Hughes 0: The Jaguars tamed the visiting Panthers behind five rushing touchdowns. Brandon Washington, Mike Davis and Pernell Whitehead each combined for the rushing scores while Demarcus Sweat returned a punt for a 55-yard touchdown. As a team, Stephenson forced three turnovers.

Walton 38, Cherokee 3: Walton improved to 7-0 behind two touchdown passes from Parker McLeod. Tyren Jones rushed for 104 yards and a score, and Daron Blaylock ran an interception back 85 yards for a score for the visiting Raiders.

West Forsyth 38, North Forsyth 0: The host Wolverines held North Forsyth to just 23 total yards to improve to 7-1. Quarterback A.J. Erdely completed 9-of-14 passes for 141 yards and a touchdown, while running back Blake Roberts ran for 72 yards and two yards.

21 comments Add your comment

Bleed red

October 15th, 2011
12:13 am

The reefs gave walton 25 points they were terrible it’s sad to let adults control the destiny of a kids games and let teams play dirty

waltonfan

October 15th, 2011
3:23 am

ok, so take away the 25 and we’ll say it was 13-3 Walton.

PDF

October 15th, 2011
8:19 am

What a night of football. The run for seeding is at full strength. This is when HS football gets good. Congrats to all the winners. A big shout out to the Newnan Cougars. Keep taking care of business.

squirrell

October 15th, 2011
11:21 am

So, will Colquitt finally be ranked this coming week? And, how high?

McEachern and Valdosta beat Lowndes but they did not DOMINATE Lowndes like the PACK (34-7).

Mark my words, Lowndes is still a great team that should go deep in the playoffs and could even win it all (if they don’t face the PACK in the Dome).

Last night our defense was like “men-among-boys” and our offense had few mistakes, move up and down the field at-will with 6quality drives resulting in 4TDs and 2FGs. The TD by Lowndes was from a holding penalty and 29yd pass play to a man in double coverage. It was almost intercepted by one back and the second back missed the tackle.

Any top ten team or coach that watched last night’s game, would be hard-pressed to find a way to beat the PACK. And, honestly, the same applies to whomever tries to figure out how to rank these teams.

Rank us now or Rank us when we leave Dome!

dekalbfootball1

October 15th, 2011
11:30 am

MLK did not put away Newton County like they should. Granted there were points left on field which they must improve. Regardless of the officicals, stay focus b/c you will not change their mind. Let’s finish STRONG and pick up the championship along the way to the DOME!!!

Nathan

October 15th, 2011
2:45 pm

You call this a round-up. You list only the Atlanta teams and that covers AAAAA ?????

JAB

October 15th, 2011
4:10 pm

dekalbfootball1; I’m a downheart Stephenson & MLK fan, both of these great football TEAMS CAN END UP IN THE DOME! But I got to give Stephenson the slight edge because these guys want it more and have a lot to prove. Okay! This year “Stephenson”, next year “MLK”… GO JAGS…GO LIONS… :)

Viking Dad

October 15th, 2011
4:38 pm

All teams watch out for the Colquitt County Packers. This team defeated the Vikings like no other team has in quite awhile.

NGHS 09

October 15th, 2011
9:02 pm

@ Nathan…Yeah because it’s a AAAAA round up. You are not very bright.

NGHS 09

October 15th, 2011
9:07 pm

The AJC stands for ATLANTA Journal Constitution in case you did not know.

Go Raiders

October 16th, 2011
10:01 am

Bleed red, were we at the same game? Just saw 2 teams fighting hard. Walton fans had great respect for Cherokee players as they never gave up. We were a little sluggish in the first quarter and Cherokee played with fire and heart the entire night so the game was never really in the bag until the 4th quarter. Sure didn’t see any favoritism from the refs like you said. Walton had more penalties then Cherokee. There was one play where an official inadvertently blew a whistle so our defense stopped as the Cherokee QB headed down the field before realizing the play was dead. That was unfortunate but certainly not the fault of Walton. Also didn’t see anything dirty on the field. Oh, except for a Cherokee FATHER who was participating in Senior Night wearing a pair of blue jeans, an upper body painted bright red and a full Warrior headdress. Bless his son. Was that you?

stephenson power

October 16th, 2011
1:58 pm

i dont care wat no one says.stephenson goin to the dome.they work to hard.nd since we get criticized every year.they want to prove themselves that they r champions.LETS GO JAGUARS.DOME BOUND!!!!!!

Coffee Trojan#44

October 16th, 2011
3:08 pm

Lowndes is 0-2 in 1-AAAAA, Lowndes has to win out just to get into the playoffs as the #4 seed in 1-AAAAA LOL. At this point Tift Co could go to the playoffs and Lowndes could be sitting at home in November LOL. bksmith14 where are you????? Let’s talk about this>>>>>

Coffee Trojan#44

October 16th, 2011
3:13 pm

@stephenson power, Idk, If Lowndes gets the #4 seed in 1-AAAAA and Stephenson is the #1 seed in 2-AAAAA then it will be Stephenson vs Lowndes in Atlanta, now that will be a great game!!!!!

GADAWG

October 17th, 2011
8:52 am

Region 1 AAAAA Championship will be decided on October 28 Colquitt vs Coffee. No “Titletown” partcipation required.

JAB

October 17th, 2011
5:34 pm

GO STEPHENSON JAGUARS…
::)

JAB

October 17th, 2011
5:34 pm

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JAB

October 17th, 2011
5:34 pm

squirrell

October 17th, 2011
8:51 pm

Without the new kids in town (Seagraves, Washington, Woodyard) the Packers would still be in contention with back-ups; Mobley at QB, Boatright and Cooper at RB and Bull Barge at LB.

Packers have DEPTH!….For years to come!

And, they play as a TEAM!

NCHS Fan

October 17th, 2011
10:23 pm

The Warriors have been put in an unenviable position that could go south very quickly. The boys are fighting hard with little or no chance of winning any remaining game on their schedule. Why has this team with so much early season optimism resigned to this fate. Look no further than Coach Queen, who ran off their best player, QB Ty Griffin, to make way for his FRESHMAN son to take over at QB. The players know how wrong this is, and another beat down this week from McEachern, may be the onset of the mutiny. When he’s looking for a job next fall, I think Coach Q will realize the error of his ways. I just hate it for the boys…

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