By Score Atlanta
B.E.S.T. Academy 64, Cross Keys 0: Deshaun Waller was a one-man wrecking crew for the Eagles in their rout of Cross Keys at Grady Stadium. The running back/safety ran for 104 yards and two touchdowns on offense. On defense, Waller returned both a fumble and an interception for scores. Running back Wasonu Allen added two rushing touchdowns, and quarterback Ventravious Rashada connected with wide receiver Christopher Seaborn for the Eagles’ other score.
Buford 14, Elbert County 3: The Wolves overcame multiple injuries to defeat the Blue Devils. Running back Dontravious Wilson scored the only touchdown of the first half. Thomas Wilson caught a 37-yard touchdown pass from Montgomery VanGorder in the fourth quarter for the Wolves’ second touchdown. Buford had 150 yards rushing and 60 yards passing. Blue Devils running back Tyshon Dye was held to 66 yards.
Dawson County 35, Lumpkin County 0: The Tigers were in control from the start of the game. Quarterback Tyler Dominy scored five touchdowns, four passing and one rushing. He also threw for 235 yards on 11 passes. Bruce Clark caught two of Dominy’s passing touchdowns, one for 33 yards and the other for 45 yards. Zach Martin was the leading rusher with 54 yards.
St. Pius 21, Westminster 3: The visiting Golden Lions defeated Westminster for just the fifth time in 28 meetings. Despite fumbling twice in the first quarter, St. Pius held a 7-3 lead going into the second quarter after a 13-yard touchdown run by fullback Ryan Braswell. Before the half, wingback Nick Ruffin scored on a 24-yard run to give the Golden Lions a 14-3 halftime lead. Braswell scored again on a 32-yard run.
Woodward Academy 34, Fayette County 0: The War Eagles jumped out to a 20-0 halftime lead at home, opening the game with a 3-yard fumble return for a touchdown by Ozzie Bunbury. Woodward got rushing scores from Jollyce Myrick (16 yards), Terry Googer (three yards) and Quincy Wolff (74 yards). Alex Robinson hit field goals from 35 and 28 yards in the first half.