By Score Atlanta
Archer 46, Mountain View 7: Ernest Alexander rushed for 115 yards and four scores and also had a touchdown reception in host Archer’s blowout victory. Quarterback K.J. Parmer was an efficient 7-for-11 passing for 117 yards and a touchdown, and Sean Fowler added another 136 yards on the ground with a score. Kicker Zach Wachholz connected on field goals from 43 and 36 yards.
Central Gwinnett 27, Collins Hill 21: The visiting Black Knights turned Collins Hill over on downs with two minutes remaining and ran out the clock to preserve the victory. Central Gwinnett senior quarterback Emmanuel Westmoreland was 18-of-28 passing for 214 yards and three touchdowns, while sophomore running back Jonathan Hawkins rushed for 74 yards and a touchdown.
Duluth 22, Berkmar 15: Visiting Duluth came back from a 15-8 deficit in the fourth quarter to pick up the win. The Wildcats rallied on a long pass play to Jordan Dandridge, who was brought down at the goalline and set up a Lavonte Cranford one-yard touchdown on the next play. Later in the quarter, Will DeLorenzo completed a touchdown pass to Dandridge off a bootleg. DeLorenzo had two touchdown passes.
East Coweta 35, Henry County 7: The Indians played host to Henry County and took care of business at home, especially on the ground. Dee Godfrey led the Indians with 150 yards on 18 carries including three touchdowns. Godfrey scored on rushes of 35-yards, 38-yards and six-yards. Quarterback Bryce Gemmel also got in on the action scoring a touchdown on a three-yard quarterback sneak.
Langston Hughes 26, Creekside 14: The Panthers took care of visiting Creekside using their aerial attack to defeat the Seminoles by 12. Kenny Moxey led the Panthers with a pair of touchdown passes along with a rushing touchdown, while back-up quarterback Kinan Humphrey also had a touchdown pass. Stephan Whitehead added a field goal to help lead Hughes to the victory.
Lovejoy 44, Mundy’s Mill 6: The visiting Wildcats dominated the hosting Tigers from start to finish. Lovejoy quarterback Alejandro Benefield threw four passing touchdowns and Travis Custis combined to gather 101 rushing and receiving yards. The Wildcats were able to bring home their first victory of the season and started with 41 unanswered points to take down the Tigers.
Marietta 27, Pope 7: Anthony Jennings was the ring leader of a dominating Blue Devils’ performance. In the first half, Jennings was 18-for-19 passing and scored four first-half touchdowns, two by air and two by ground. The half-time lead held and heavy doses of the running game wore down the Greyhounds. Marietta finished with nearly 400 yards total offense and went for 164 yards on the ground.
Norcross 35, South Gwinnett 20: The visiting Blue Devils put on an offensive clinic against the host Comets. Trailing early, Norcross was able to rally past South Gwinnett and take control late in the second half to blow the game open. Bernard Morrison did return a kick off for an 85-yard touchdown for South Gwinnett. Jordan Ramey threw two touchdown passes in a losing effort.
North Forsyth 10 Forsyth Central 7: The host Bulldogs got on the board with a 39-yard touchdown pass from C.J. Cochran to Jeremiah Jones, but could not find any points after that. The visiting Raiders were tied at seven until a late FG with 5:33 left gave them the 10-7 lead. The Bulldogs tried to tie the game back up, but the 46-yard attempt with 58 seconds remaining sailed left.
South Cobb 29, Westlake 22: Kyle Jennings threw two touchdown passes of 22 and 28 yards to 6-foot-9 receiver Clarence Williams to lead the host Eagles over the Lions. South Cobb earned its first victory of the season, while Westlake fell to 0-2. The Eagles were able to control the ball offensively, with 260 total yards of offense, mostly in the first half of play.