Class A roundup

By Score Atlanta

Darlington 54, Walker 12: Spencer Jones rushed for three touchdowns and also scored on a 45-yard interception return to lead Darlington. Brad Butler threw a pair of touchdowns for the visiting Tigers, a 46-yarder to Cedric Spivey and a 72-yarder to Nigel Matthews.

Eagle’s Landing Christian 72, Southwest Atlanta Christian 14: John Tatum rushed for 230 yards and two touchdowns and Dalton Etheridge also scored twice on the ground for Eagle’s Landing Christian. Aaron Spratlin threw a touchdown pass to Scott Barlow as the visiting Chargers raced to a 48-14 halftime lead.

Holy Innocents’ 35, King’s Ridge Christian 21: Quarterback John Galloway led the Bears to a road win over King’s Ridge with equal parts pass and run. Galloway threw for 92 yards and rushed for another 110 yards.

Mount Paran 42, Mt. Zion-Carroll 7: The visiting Eagles amassed 354 total yards on offense. Running back Thomas Jay scored three times, twice on the ground and once through the air from quarterback Ian Berryman, who also added a rushing score.

Our Lady of Mercy 45, Whitefield Academy 0: The Bobcats shutdown host Whitefield Academy behind the play of Adam Rose. Defensively, Rose intercepted two passes for touchdowns and rushed for three more on offense.

Pace Academy 27, Fellowship Christian 13: Kameron Uter had two touchdowns, one receiving and one on a kickoff return, to help the Knights past visiting Fellowship Christian. Robert Jones and Kevin Johnson also had rushing touchdowns for Pace.

Wesleyan 38, Mount Pisgah Christian 0: Wesleyan wideout Rodney Morris scored on a fumble recovery in the end zone and on a 32-yard scoring strike from Will Anderson. Eric Sunderman booted three field goals for the visiting Wolves, while Anderson found Zander Yost with a 64-yard touchdown pass.

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Boo Boo

October 31st, 2011
7:53 am

SRCS supporter

October 31st, 2011
10:58 am

Strong Rock not on the radar but they had a kid come back from a broken ankle and make 15 tackles against Landmark. Coleman Smith was out for 6 games with injury but played thru the pain Friday in defeat. Rough start for SRCS but they have some character.