By Score Atlanta
Brookwood 20, Archer 19: Brookwood junior Brandon Morrow kicked the game-winning field goal with 11 seconds left. In a game that featured 719 yards of total offense, the Broncos got 100 on the ground from Jamaal Cole. Brookwood quarterback Zach Moon threw for 191 yards and a score while receiver Kyrin Priester caught seven balls for 139 yards and a touchdown.
Chattahoochee 24, Douglas County 0: The visiting Cougars beat Douglas County behind two long rushing touchdowns, one by Chase Nelson for 65 yards and another by Travis Marshall for 60 yards, to improve their record to 2-1 on the season. Dwayne Bartholomew added an interception return for a touchdown.
Collins Hill 52, Habersham Central 0: Quarterback Brett Sheehan led the visiting Eagles’ offense in a win at Habersham Central. Sheehan completed 22 of 25 passes for 271 yards and three touchdowns. Julian Williams, Grant McDonald and Justin Wyatt were all on the receiving end of the scoring strikes for Collins Hill. Sheehan also added a rushing touchdown.
Lassiter 42, Kell 13: The Trojans exploded for a 28-0 first quarter lead and went into the halftime lockerroom up 35-7. Quarterback Eddie Printz threw for 270 yards and four touchdown, all to wide receiver Willie Police. Hakim Shahid closed out the scoring for Lassiter in the fourth with a 5-yard run.
Marietta 27, Hillgrove 13: Marietta quarterback Anthony Jennings completed touchdown passes of 14 and nine yards to Jordan Mathis, and also hit Kenny Norwood (16 yards) and Tyree Harris (65 yards) for passing touchdowns. Jennings also rushed for a 2-point conversion. Troy Thompson had 28- and 65-yard touchdown passes for visiting Hillgrove.
McEachern 30, Pebblebrook 23: The visiting Indians fought off the upset-minded Falcons behind 70 rushing yards from Mike Sherman, who added a 29-yard touchdown run, while T.J. Rahming caught a 66-yard score to help lead McEachern to its first victory of the season, while keeping Pebblebrook winless.
Mill Creek 49, Mountain View 0: DeVozea Felton scored four total touchdowns (three rushing, one receiving) while gaining 207 yards from scrimmage. Jacorey Lewis had 88 yards rushing and a touchdown, and Jordan Sylvain and Andrew Sciara each rushed for scores. Quarterback Daniel David was 8-for-11 passing with one touchdown. Mill Creek held Mountain View to 53 total yards and one first down.
Milton 52, Centennial 24: In the first half, Milton running back Peyton Barber ran for three touchdowns and quarterback A.J. Bush added another. After the Eagles went up 17-0, Centennial quarterback Chase Rosenberg hit Christian Robinson on a 48-yard pass and the Knights picked up the two-point conversion. Knights running back Cyril Teal opened the scoring in the second half on a 91-yard run. Barber then hit paydirt twice more on a 1-yard run and a 65-yard jaunt for his fourth and fifth scores. Rosenberg also hit Mathew Harries on a 24-yard touchdown pass.
North Forsyth 28, Cherokee 12: North Forsyth led from wire to wire and held off visiting Cherokee behind 235 all-purpose yards from Tanner Riddle. Quarterback Harrison Roberts threw three touchdowns for the Raiders—a 43-yarder to Riddle, a 20-yarder to Branson Marks and an 18-yarder to Justin Stanley. Jamal Davenport capped off the North Forsyth scoring with a 3-yard touchdown run.
Parkview 22, Grayson 7: The host Panthers capitalized on four turnovers by the visiting Rams to upset the state’s top-ranked team. Chris Carson had two rushing touchdowns while Mac Marshall added a receiving touchdown from Rob Youngblood to provide the scoring for Parkview. The Panthers’ stifling defense helped improve their record to 2-1, while also handing Grayson its first loss since 2010.
Peachtree Ridge 28, Duluth 21: Duluth scored three touchdowns in the fourth quarter to rally from a 28-0 deficit, but failed to recover an onside kick with under a minute left. Visiting Peachtree Ridge got rushing touchdowns from Jordan Ellis (13 carries, 102 yards) and Walden Davis. Lions quarterback Bryson Sellers threw touchdown passes to Davis and Joe Horn. Duluth’s sophomore quarterbacks Tyler Campbell (rushing touchdown) and Thaddeus Bell (two touchdown passes) accounted for the Wildcats’ offense.
Shiloh 19, Berkmar 7: Berkmar running back R.J. Perdeoux scored on a 5-yard run on Berkmar’s first drive to give the visiting Patriots a 7-0 lead. But Shiloh scored three times in the fourth quarter, including a punt return and interception for touchdown. Berkmar linebacker Jaden Le led the team with 16 tackles.
South Cobb 28, Kennesaw Mountain 26: Visiting South Cobb drove 99 yards for the game-winning touchdown late in the fourth quarter. Stephon Masha’s 1-yard rushing score put the Eagles on top. Jeremiah Alphabet caught a touchdown pass from 30 yards out for South Cobb with 5:30 remaining in the game.
South Gwinnett 43, Dacula 21: Bernard Morrison accounted for three scores including two rushing and a passing touchdown to Corey Keel on a trick play. Josh Boyd added two more rushing touchdowns as the visiting Comets rolled. Marcus Cox led the way for Dacula with 190 rushing yards and two touchdowns.
West Forsyth 63, Starr’s Mill 14: The host Wolverines dominated Starr’s Mill on both sides of the ball controlling the game from the start. West Forsyth had the ball nine times and turned those into nine touchdowns. The defense forced Starr’s Mill to punt on seven of nine possessions in a game that had no turnovers from either side.
Wheeler 17, Langston Hughes 12: Jacobi Green (42 yards) and Emanuel Beal (26 yards) caught touchdown passes from quarterback Elijah Staley in visiting Wheeler’s victory. J.D. Barron hit a 25-yard field goal for the Wildcats, who achieved their first 3-0 start since 1997.