Class AAAAA roundup

By Score Atlanta

Alpharetta 42, North Forsyth 7: Joshua Dobbs threw for 334 yards and six touchdown passes to five different receivers to lead the visiting Raiders. Alpharetta’s defense held the Vikings scoreless until a late touchdown by the home team ended the shutout bid.

Centennial 36, Northview 35: Centennial’s Cyril Teal scored on a 6-yard run in the fourth quarter for the go-ahead touchdown. Quarterback Jimmy Meyer scored once on the ground and threw three touchdown passes for the host Knights.

Collins Hill 51, Meadowcreek 0: The host Eagles ran all over Meadowcreek. Jordan Parker found the end zone three times and surpassed 1,000 yards rushing on the year. Brett Sheehan added another two rushing scores. Tyler Henderson and R.J. Burnette added a rushing touchdown.

Dacula 31, Parkview 21: The Falcons solidified a spot in the playoffs with the victory over the visiting Panthers. Rocky Capobianco rushed 16 times for 122 yards and a touchdown while Devin McEwan had a 52-yard touchdown catch, a 30-yard blocked punt return for a score and a 28-yard field goal.

Grayson 22, Central Gwinnett 0: The undefeated region champion Rams clinched the No. 1 seed in Region 8 with the win over the Black Knights. Devin Gillespie scored on a 30-yard run, with Jack Banda and Jordan Germany catching touchdown passes for the visitors.

Hillgrove 33, Campbell 6: Quarterback Elijah Ironside ran for two touchdowns and threw touchdown passes to Evan Ingram and Osy Egbuziem for the host Hawks. Running back Kenyon Drake carried the ball seven times for 103 yards for Hillgrove.

Marietta 27, Cherokee 6: Jordan Mathis threw three touchdown passes—one each to Kenny Norwood, Tyree Harris and Marcus Bennett—as Marietta rolled over Cherokee. The host Blue Devils opened the scoring with a four-yard touchdown run by Ro’Mello Porter.

McEachern 63, Kennesaw Mountain 13: Trent Thompson threw four touchdown passes, and backup quarterback Ty Clemons threw and rushed for two more. Aba Etta-Tawo and Tray Fletcher both nabbed two scoring passes for the hosts. Jelani Wells also ran for a 37-yard touchdown.

Mill Creek 48 Duluth 7: JaCorey Lewis ran for 257 yards on 24 carries, and five touchdowns, becoming the school’s first ever 1,000-yard rusher in the process. Kyle Dye plunged in from three yards out for the hosts.

Milton 14, Roswell 13: The visiting Eagles scored 14 unanswered points in the second half. Colin McElroy sparked the comeback with a 45-yard scoring run in the third, and then found Ryan Jenkins for an 8-yard strike with 18 seconds remaining.

Norcross 49, Mountain View 33: The Bears drew first blood when Derrick Petty returned a fumble 50 yards for a touchdown, but visiting Norcross took advantage of three Mountain View interceptions (returning two for scores). Chris Bartlett threw a touchdown pass and added three rushing scores for the Blue Devils.

North Cobb 21, Harrison 17: The visiting Warriors returned an interception for a touchdown just before halftime to lead 14-0. The visitors took an early lead with a 68-yard touchdown run.

Walton 30, Woodstock 0: Parker McLeod threw touchdown passes to Myles Howard and Cody Richardson as Walton rolled to a 27-0 halftime lead. The visiting Raiders also got a 22-yard touchdown run from Kelly Brooks and a 74-yard scoring jaunt by Tyren Jones.

30 comments Add your comment

HeheMeagain

November 5th, 2011
2:38 am

The crown will return to south georgia

how 'bout

November 5th, 2011
3:08 am

:( where;s the rest of AAAAA…

RoswellMiltonAlpharetta

November 5th, 2011
7:34 am

Josh Dobbs had 6 touchdown passes for Alpharetta….Is that a record this year for a single game in the AAAAA?

CoffeeC100

November 5th, 2011
8:54 am

As usual. No South Georgia games mentioned. No bloggers.

Trojan South

November 5th, 2011
9:05 am

@ CoffeeC100 this is not a South Georgia site. This is an Atlanta Site. It is alright that they don’t say nothing about South Georgia games, because I don’t care to see North Georgia games until we play someone up here and I think they feel the same way.

southga

November 5th, 2011
9:22 am

It’s always been that way even back when their motto was “The AJC covers the south like the dew covers Dixie”. They use to shun Valdosta ever year back when they owned the state.

ATLANTA Newspaper

November 5th, 2011
10:48 am

Maybe because it is “The Atlanta Journal and Constitution” NOT “The Georgia Journal and Constitution”. Just a thought.

Solja boi

November 5th, 2011
11:37 am

@ Atlanta Newspaper you are right, but some of the people from other parts of the state don’t think about that. They think we all keep up with each other.

Beetzmee

November 5th, 2011
12:58 pm

Sucks to be them soldier boy….most US citizens view Georgia as Atlanta and a bunch of smaller towns. Could be because of the world’s busiest airport and the fact that said citizen’s spend time there every so often or, that approximately 5 million of the state’s 8 million residents live there or, most importantly, the greatest concentration of ad dollars and corresponding buyiing density is within the metro. We do try to sell products to the greater Doerun Metropolitan area but we keep running into the ain’t broke don’t fix it buying decisions sooooooo….theres….that……

Fair? Maybe not, but with the press struggling to sell anything in print to anyone, let alone Doerun, juuuuuuust might make it a bit more focused close to home. You know, if we could get the citizens of Doerun and other populated meccas like them to buy ads then you know, maybe? Until then, expect more of the same. Just saying….

No, i don’t think the citizens outside of the state are likely to sit down aka wall street sit-in style for the lack of press around Georgia. I’m pretty sure the other states suffer in a similar fashion. Afterall, when was the last time you heard about coach cletus from West North Carolina? It just ain’t gonna happen……

But, fret not, the press will come alive increasingly by the week as South Georgia’s two or three teams jog through the first 3 or 4 rounds only to be eliminated by some team in gwinnett yet to be named…..no, I am not from Gwinnett but we sure can “feel” them from where we are sitting…chances a, you and yours are going to “feel” one of them real soon too…..

Who are the favorites down there this decade? Let me guess…..coffee, camden, and valdosta? Shocking……good ball down there…especially in all 3 or 4 of them…..

Former AJC Fan

November 5th, 2011
3:27 pm

@ Atlanta News Paper – I agree you are AJC not Georgia. Last time I use your site

CoffeeC100

November 5th, 2011
4:03 pm

@Beetzemee – Damn boy. You ain’t got nothin’ to do do ya?

CoffeeC100

November 5th, 2011
4:10 pm

‘Least I stimulated a little conversation amongst ya’ll. I am constantly amazed how I’m so often proven right just by making somethin’ like a little three sentence, nine word statement. Ya’ll keep up the banter. It’s good for you. It’ll make ya smarter.

Cobb County Footbal fan

November 5th, 2011
4:28 pm

Soooo..Now we have 28 of the 5AAAAA teams playing there hearts out to get to either Camden Co. or Windsor Forrest as the playoffs finally start. I see 3 teams are from Cobb County and of course will be pulling for the home town boys. I do fear that them South Jawja’ boys play some great football as well as have great fan support. Regardless which of the S.Jawja’ teams walk away with the championship, I thank all the players for giving us another great year of football.

ty haynes

November 5th, 2011
4:34 pm

Their going to have to cover Valdosta football after they win state

East Coweta fan

November 5th, 2011
9:03 pm

East Coweta beats Newnan to make the playoffs. Good luck in the playoffs.

Camden74

November 5th, 2011
10:42 pm

CAMDEN COUNTY WILDCATS!…………….We peel heads! :-D

border dweller

November 5th, 2011
11:06 pm

@ Beetzmeeoff
Maybe most YANKEES view Georgia as Atlanta and a bunch of smaller towns, but real Georgians and other Southerners know Atlanta for what it is: a casspool of yankee influence that tarnishes all the best of what Georgia is all about. But ya’ll do have a pretty decent paper, and this site is cool , ’cause I love sittin down here in my po little doublewide and reading about all the AAAAA schools up there. That way, I can know who they are when they come down here to Kingsland and get their feelings hurt.

CamdenSUcks

November 6th, 2011
12:36 am

Norcross to state all the way

GwinnettDad

November 6th, 2011
9:29 am

@border dweller – what’s a casspool?

CoffeeC100

November 6th, 2011
10:50 am

@GwinettDad – Now sir… You know some of us boys have trouble with them there e’s and a’s. One of my teachers one time told me it has somethin’ to do with an inadequate gana pool.

Border Dweller

November 6th, 2011
11:24 am

A casspool is a place where rejects from a cesspool end up. As in “Dat junk wuz so nasty we had to fish it out and cass it in that other pool.” Atlanta serves as such a repository for rejects from NY, Boston, Chicago, and Philly.

cchswildcat86

November 6th, 2011
12:33 pm

What’s the scoop on North Cobb?

Merrill Guice

November 6th, 2011
5:03 pm

It’s not exactly an Atlanta newspaper anymore. They moved to the suburbs and keep shrinking before your very eyes. Even this article is by-lined by a contractor.

Wildcat Guy

November 6th, 2011
5:50 pm

The scoop on North Cobb is the pain they will feel from a defense that will serve notice that this years edition of the Camden County Wildcats will make you suffer for every ball you carry and every ball you catch! OUCH!!!

johnny too good

November 6th, 2011
8:39 pm

Camden is overrated, hardly impressive offensively, their defense looks good though.

How is Hillgrove looking this year?

South Ga Dominance.

November 6th, 2011
11:47 pm

Lets just keep it simple North Georgia Honks

6 of the Past Ten AAAAA Championships reside in South Georgia
Camden County (2003,2008,2009)
Lowndes (2004,2005,2007)

12 of the Last 20 Champions reside from SOUTH GEORGIA

I know you people mock Winnersville but the point is THE WINNINGEST HIGH SCHOOL IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA resides in South Georgia.

So whoever said the South Georgia teams are gonna run until Gwinnett county knocks us out try again. We are gonna run until one of those teams get hit in the mouth (probably by a south Georgia team)

Go Region 1 and Region 3

CamdenFan2012

November 7th, 2011
12:56 am

Let’s Go Cats. It’s playoff time in GA.

Beetzmee

November 7th, 2011
10:59 pm

Coffee, yeah, but it sure is fun, ain’t it? Border Dweller, we don’t use the paper up here, either! If you need some scratch paper, look behind the JC Penney catalog, they dont’ sell the VW parts anymore so you might want to try Cletus’s yank n’ pull off main…..good luck!

o_O

November 8th, 2011
10:39 pm

Coffee sucks. Why are there Coffe posters on here?

Roswell concern

September 27th, 2012
2:27 pm

Roswell last year team would of made the playoffs if either Coach Ray, Coach Tim or Coach Leo was still coaching them. this year they would of be at least 3-1. Coaching does matter and Roswell administration should of taken their time in filling that position. You can’t blame it on the kids.