By Score Atlanta
Brookwood 31, Mill Creek 21: Brookwood scored two touchdowns in the fourth quarter to complete a come-back win. Jamaal Cole scored three rushing touchdowns for the Broncos, going for 88 yards on the ground while Josh Brown had 224 yards rushing. Brookwood’s Ky Priester had an 80-yard punt return for a touchdown. Mill Creek’s Jacorey Lewis, who rushed for 182 yards and a touchdown, left in the third with an injury.
Campbell 27, Osborne 6: Mike Rogers (five rushes, 71 yards, two touchdowns), Darius Harris (16 rushes, 110 yards, one touchdown) and quarterback Ricky James (37 yards rushing, one touchdown) led the Spartans’ ground attack against visiting Osborne. James also added 118 yards passing. Scoring concluded before halftime, and Campbell gained 405 total yards.
Central Gwinnett 45, Clarke Central 42: In a back-and-forth affair, Central Gwinnett was led by quarterback Eman Westmoreland who went 21-for-32 for 325 yards with three touchdowns and three interceptions through the air. Westmoreland added 45 yards and two touchdowns rushing as well. Receiver Justin Brownlee excelled with 10 receptions for 251 yards and three touchdowns.
Collins Hill 24, Dacula 22: Mitchell Blanchard booted a game-winning 50-yard field goal as time expired, allowing host Collins Hill to survive a furious fourth-quarter rally by the Falcons and pick up its first win of 2012. Dacula trailed 21-0 after three quarters, but Marcus Cox (20 carries, 221 yards, two touchdowns) helped the visitors surge ahead before Blanchard’s final heroics.
Colquitt County 14, Lovejoy 7: Colquitt County broke a scoreless tie in the third quarter with a 53-yard touchdown run from Javonta Woods, then added a 14-yard scoring pass from Cole Segraves to Nate Madison. Visiting Lovejoy scored early in the fourth on a 12-yard touchdown pass from Alejandro Bennefield.
Etowah 34 Centennial 0: The visiting Eagles opened the scoring on an 11-yard run in the first quarter by Stanlee Logue. They came back and put up seven more when Maveric Rechsteiner took an interception 72 yards for the score. Etowah’s third score was on a 21-yard pass from Reeves Johnson to Bryce Coroi to give the Eagles a comfortable 21-0 halftime lead. The Eagles went up 34-0 on an 11-yard run in the fourth by Raishod Devezin.
Langston Hughes 27, Luella 7: Defense was the story for the visiting Panthers as they forced six turnovers, including a blocked punt, to beat the host Lions 27-7. Eric Teek returned an interception for a touchdown for the Panthers, who improved their record to 2-0 with the victory while Luella fell to 0-2 on the season.
Lassiter 49, Sprayberry 10: The visiting Trojans exploded for 42-3 halftime lead, then cruised to victory over east Cobb-neighbor Sprayberry. Quarterback Eddie Printz was 14-of-22 for 277 yards and four touchdowns. Wide receiver Ryan Jenkins had two catches for 95 yards and two scores. Lassiter’s Juwan Dickey had seven receptions for 125 yards and a touchdown.
Lowndes 31, Newton 0: The host Vikings jumped on the visiting Rams early and often as they cruised to a 31-0 shutout victory to earn their second victory while keeping Newton winless. Ahman Brown and Nicholas Burgman each scored two rushing touchdowns to lead the Vikings in the rout.
Morrow 12, Forest Park 6: Xavier Essex scored the go-ahead touchdown with just over one minute to play as the host Mustangs snapped an 11-game losing streak by beating the visiting Panthers 12-6. Courtney Heard tallied more than 200 yards of total offense, while Sterling Taylor caught a touchdown pass to add to another 100-yard receiving game.
North Forsyth 35, Dawson County 28: The visiting Raiders were able to come from behind on Dawson County to pull out a close victory. The Tigers took advantage of a pair of kickoff returns for touchdowns, but in the end the Raiders closed out the game by scoring three touchdowns in the final four minutes to get the win.
Shiloh 16, Redan 7: The Generals turned over the ball four times and had an extra point blocked, but managed to hang on for a victory over visiting Redan. Shiloh’s offensive highlights were a 46-yard touchdown pass from Devante James to Cameron Stewart and a 1-yard plunge by tailback Deshon Taylor.
South Cobb 35, Douglas County 19: South Cobb jumped out to a 14-0 first-quarter lead and cruised past Douglas County for its second win in as many games this season. Chauncey Ingram rushed 19 times for 177 rushing yards and two touchdowns. The visiting Eagles also got 177 passing yards and two scores through the air courtesy of quarterback Stephon Masha.
South Gwinnett 37, Duluth 21: Josh Boyd rushed for touchdowns from five and eight yards out to lead visiting South Gwinnett to its first win of the season. The Comets also got rushing touchdowns from Bernard Morrison and Travon Davis. In addition to a safety from the defense, South Gwinnett also scored on a 68-yard pass from Jordan Rainey to L.J. Gainey.
Wheeler 33 Pope 0: The visiting Greyhounds were dominated from start to finish on both sides of the football. Wildcat field goals of 62 and 51 yards and two Elijah Staley touchdown throws put the halftime lead at 19-0. A defensive fumble return on a Greyhound missnap and then a 64-yard touchdown run by Kahlem Looney pushed it out of reach.