By Score Atlanta
Camden County 34, North Cobb 0: Host Camden County dominated the game on the ground with J.J. Green gaining 104 yards on eight carries including a 34-yard touchdown run. Kevonn McKenzie added an additional 93 yards on 11 carries including a 33-yard touchdown run.
Colquitt County 31 East Coweta 10: The host Packers cruised thanks to a stifling defensive effort. The Colquitt County defense limited East Coweta to 133 yards. Quarterback Cole Seagraves threw for 212 yards, and Willie Woodyard rushed for 121 yards.
Dacula 17, Norcross 10: With 13 seconds left, Rocky Capobianco scored on a 4-yard touchdown run to put the visiting Falcons ahead for good. Marcus Cox also scored from nine yards out. The Blue Devils led at halftime 7-3, with Alvin Kamara providing the score.
Grayson 32, Collins Hill 7: The host Rams jumped out to an early lead behind a Nick Schuessler touchdown run. Devin Gillespie added a 5-yard touchdown run before Robert Nkemediche scored and recorded a safety for the final points.
Hillgrove 49, Beach 12: Elijah Ironside threw for 133 yards and three touchdowns while running for 51 yards and another score. Kenyon Drake ran 10 times for 86 yards and also caught a 28-yard touchdown for the hosts. JoJo Marshall had two touchdown receptions.
M.L. King 30, Coffee 22: The hosts took a comfortable lead into the fourth quarter and cruised to victory. Blake Tibbs returned a kickoff 99 yards for a touchdown. Joshua Sanford caught two touchdown passes from Jonquel Dawson, and Cornell Boyd also had a 59-yard touchdown reception.
McEachern 56, Benedictine 12: Kell Parham rushed for three touchdowns while Trent Thompson passed for another three for host McEachern. On defense, South Carolina commit Darius English forced two fumbles and recorded two sacks.
North Gwinnett 49, Archer 3: The host Bulldogs spoiled the first playoff game in Archer’s history. Quarterback Scott Hosch completed 24-of-27 passes for 253 yards and three touchdowns, all of which were to Chad Scott.
South Cobb 32, Windsor Forest 28: The visiting Eagles overcame a late 28-14 deficit to defeat Windsor Forest. With 1:24 remaining in the game, Ryan Sumner caught a Stephon Masha pass to score the winning touchdown. Running back Chris Beck added three touchdowns for the Eagles.
Walton 48, Milton 14: Running back Tyren Jones scored five first-half touchdowns in leading the host Raiders to a 41-7 lead at the half. Zack Blaylock returned an interception 77 yards for a score and Parker McLeod hit Tim Dalton on a 32-yard touchdown pass.
West Forsyth 13, Etowah 7: The visiting Wolverines lead 13-0 at the break. Jake Wieczorek scored from six yards out in the first quarter. The extra point was missed after a second-quarter touchdown.