AAAAAA roundup

By Score Atlanta

Central Gwinnett 51, Berkmar 24: Emmanuel Westmoreland passed for 271 yards and two touchdowns to lead the visiting Black Knights. Nigel Adams added 49 yards rushing and two touchdowns for Central Gwinnett. Chris Shelley caught six of Westmoreland’s passes for 103 yards and a touchdown. Linebacker Trey Johnson returned an interception 25 yards for the final Black Knight score.

Chattahoochee 47, North Forsyth 20: Justin Jackson returned two punts for touchdowns as the visiting Cougars pulled away from North Forsyth. Jackson scored first on a 62-yard return late in the second quarter, then returned the next Raiders punt 65 yards early in the third quarter. Running back Chase Nelson also scored twice for Chattahoochee.

Etowah 31, Wheeler 27: The host Eagles racked up 309 yards rushing, but relied on a late touchdown pass to defeat Wheeler. Quarterback John Oliver rushed for two touchdowns and threw for Etowah’s other two scores. His second touchdown pass came on a 10-yard strike to receiver Ben Rowell from 10 yards out with less than 40 seconds on the clock.

Grayson 45, Dacula 7: Grayson racked up almost 500 yards of total offense to overwhelm visiting Dacula. Wayne Gallman and Aares McCall amassed more than 100 yards on the ground and Gallman scored two rushing touchdowns. Quarterback David McTier rushed for a touchdown and connected with Korey Anderson on a 75-yard scoring strike. Robert Nkemdiche added a rushing touchdown for the Rams.

Langston Hughes 28, Rockdale County 0: Rockdale County could not move the chains against the visiting Panthers Friday night. Demonta Graham was the leading rusher for the Bulldogs. Willie Hardman started the game at quarterback for Rockdale County and looked in the direction of wideout Christian Shipp often. Shipp was the leading receiver for the Bulldogs.

Johns Creek 49, Centennial 24: The Gladiators’ Skye Overton ran for two scores and threw for three, while Chase Rosenberg of the host Knights was 28-of-32 for 321 yards with three touchdown passes. The Gladiators jumped to a 35-10 halftime lead and scored twice on runs by Overton, who also hit Bradon Fortin and Andrew Szambelan on passes of nine and 39 yards for touchdowns.

Lassiter 41, Cherokee 6: Willie Police had 111 yards rushing on 14 carries to go along with six catches for 93 yards and two touchdowns for the visiting Trojans. Lassiter quarterback Eddie Printz threw for 270 yards and two touchdowns. Blake Wilson had seven receptions for 103 yards to lead all Trojans receivers.

Lovejoy 30, East Coweta 7: Travis Custis had 135 yards rushing and 51 yards receiving with a touchdown catch to help the visiting Wildcats. Quarterback Alejandro Bennefield threw three touchdowns passes, to Custis, Brandon Davis and Jeff Murphy.

Milton 45, Roswell 31: Milton pulled away from visiting Roswell in the fourth quarter of a game that was tied 21-21 at halftime. The Eagles gained 562 total yards (403 rushing). Ole Miss commit Peyton Barber led the way with 22 carries for 266 yards and two touchdowns, and Treyvon Paulk also rushed for two scores. Milton defensive end Carl Lawson had four quarterback sacks.

Mountain View 24, Habersham Central 14: Quarterback Chris Bartlett used two touchdowns, one rushing and one passing, to guide Mountain View past the visiting Raiders. Bartlett threw for 118 yards and rushed for 53 yards. Bears running back Marvin Elam rushed for 144 yards and also added a touchdown in the win over Habersham Central.

Norcross 36, Duluth 7: Fueled by their home fans the Norcross defense held the Wildcats to minus-4 yards from scrimmage in the first half. Myles Autry scored twice for the Blue Devils, once on 7-yard reception and again on a 55-yard punt return. Duluth broke the shutout late in fourth quarter when Markael Maxwell returned a Norcross interception for a touchdown.

North Cobb 52, Kennesaw Mountain 7: Xavier Borishade and J’vonte Herrod both scored twice in the Warriors’ home blowout, as Borishade had a touchdown reception and a punt return score and Herrod had rushing touchdowns of three and 65 yards. Cameron Albright had a long fumble return score to give North Cobb touchdowns in all three phases.

North Gwinnett 45, Meadowcreek 20: The visiting Bulldogs scored 45 points in the first half to defeat Meadowcreek. Bulldogs quarterback Michael Haynes threw three touchdowns in the first half of Friday’s game. Meadowcreek was held scoreless throughout the first half, but managed to score in the third quarter. The Mustangs scored 14 points in the fourth quarter.

Parkview 20, Archer 18: Parkview jumped out to a 14-0 lead in the second quarter before holding off visiting Archer. The Panthers scored on their first drive when Mac Marshall hit Jay Turner with a 59-yard touchdown pass. Parkview also received two rushing touchdowns and a two-point conversion from Chris Carson. Archer pulled within two on a late safety and missed a 51-yard field goal in the waning seconds.

South Cobb 42, Campbell 39: The visiting Spartans lost in heartbreaking fashion on a 27-yard field goal as time expired by Carlos Saldana. Chauncey Ingram led the Eagles with 141 yards on the ground and four touchdowns. Stephan Masha threw for 286 yards and a touchdown to receiver Ryan Sumner who finished with 153 yards receiving.

South Gwinnett 30, Shiloh 0: The host Comets jumped out to a 24-0 lead at the half. Quarterback Jordan Ramey threw for 242 yards and four touchdowns while running for another. His top target was L.J. Gainey with 105 yards receiving and two touchdowns followed by Coray Keel and Josh Boyd who each had a touchdown.

Stephenson 63, Lakeside-DeKalb 0: The visiting Jaguars took control early, building a 28-0 lead by halftime. Stephenson picked off Vikings quarterback Nick Alexander three times. Alexander finished 16-for-29 for 98 yards. Lakeside-DeKalb’s Brad Earnest had 81 total yards on offense and nine total tackles on defense.

Walton 24, Woodstock 7: Walton running back Tyren Jones rushed 27 times for 129 yards and a 21-yard touchdown. Junior quarterback Price Wilson, playing in place of the injured Parker McLeod, was 14-of-19 passing for 142 yards and a touchdown to Maurice Gibson. The Raiders held visiting Woodstock to just 58 total yards.

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September 22nd, 2012
1:11 am

Looks like Walton played some defense or the Woodstock offense is just very poor. Maybe a combo of both?

Printz has so many targets at Lassiter it is amazing. Seems each week someone else steps up when opposing defense take away his 2 big targets in Dickey and Jenkins. Be interesting what type of offensive stats they put up this year when they get to a game where they will need that offense going strong all 4 quarters…though they seem to have a very good defense that holds people in check. Or what type of numbers Printz would put up if they didn’t have the nice rushing attack and defense (I am thinking he would challenge Mason’s single season records).

Also, that is a lot of yardage in the Milton-Roswell game. Not quite as much as the West Forsyth-Alpharetta game, but the 2 Fulton teams did a lot of their damage on the ground it seems.


September 22nd, 2012
9:47 am



September 22nd, 2012
9:53 am

Lassiter plays Woodstock next week so that could give an indication as to whether or not Walton played defense or if Woodstock was poor on offense. My guess if if the Walton defense held Woodstock to 7 points, Lassiter will shut them out. Look for Printz to be watching from the sidelines in the 2nd half next Friday. Speaking of Printz, would like to see him run an offense like Boise State at the next level.

27 carries is still a big workload, but it is at least not the crazy # carries Jones was getting those first 2 games. I worry that kid is gonna get hurt. Walton needs to find some balance or Printz will be sitting in the second half on Oct 5 also.


September 22nd, 2012
10:44 am

Jones had/has a cast on his wrist according to the local paper this morning. Also, from the stats Walton has what appears to be a good QB to run their offense next year. Both Lassiter and Walton have “easy” games next week (Woodstock and Cherokee respectively) as long as neither team is looking ahead and take a W for granted.

The game on the 5th is a huge rivalry game, so you never know what can happen no matter how good or bad the teams appear to be heading into it. Also will depend on health and any discipline issues which it sounds like both of these teams had guys sitting out last night for these reasons.

Coffee Trojan#44

September 22nd, 2012
1:17 pm

What the hell kind of 6A roundup is that? What about Valdosta, Coffee, Lowndes, ect???


September 22nd, 2012
1:20 pm

Atlanta’s paper covers Atlanta. Check the Valdosta Daily News. (Am I really writing this?)


September 22nd, 2012
4:10 pm

-Winnersville Roundup-


September 22nd, 2012
4:10 pm

Valdosta 31, Newton: The Valdosta football team improved to 3-1 with a 31-7 victory over Newton on Friday at Cleveland Field at Bazemore-Hyder Stadium.The Wildcats were effective on both sides of the ball Friday. Their offense ran for 212 yards and passed for another 82. Defensively, they gave up an 82-yard touchdown run to Newton’s James Hardeman, but limited the Rams to just 73 yards of total offense and no points the rest of the game.“I thought we did some things really well,” Valdosta head coach Rance Gillespie said. “It was really kind of along the lines of what we expected, as far as the football game went. We let the ball get out on us on that one touchdown, and that was disappointing, and we still had a couple of drops. But other than that, I thought we played a lot better. I really do. … I can sit here and name the individual plays that we were disappointed with. That means, for the most part, we did some good things, we really did, and we were able to move the ball. And we were able to stop them.”Valdosta running back Malcolm Joseph had his biggest game of the season on Friday, rushing for 136 yards on 24 carries and scoring three touchdowns. Joseph took on an increased role Friday because fellow running back Nelson Herring had a minor injury and was limited to just six carries.The Wildcats put the ball in the end zone on their first possession, driving 44 yards in six plays. On first-and-goal from the Rams’ 7-yard line, Joseph took the handoff, the right side of the Wildcats’ line opened up a hole and Joseph ran through it. A defender met Joseph at the 3, but the junior running back muscled his way out of the defender’s grasp and ran into the end zone for the


September 22nd, 2012
4:12 pm

The Lowndes Vikings cruised to a convincing 57-0 homecoming win over the Hardaway Hawks Friday night at Martin Stadium.  Six different Vikings scored touchdowns on the night as the Lowndes offense racked up 457 yards of total offense, 358 on the ground.  “We played well,” Lowndes head coach Randy McPherson said. “It all starts with the O-line, they had a great night. I am very proud of them.”Nick Burgman scored two rushing touchdowns, while Jerome Daniels finished the night with a rushing and receiving touchdown, both of which came in the second quarter.  “There is no I in team,” Burgman said. “It is a good thing when you have multiple running backs that can run and score. We all practice hard Monday through Thursday and on Friday, we all come to play.”Ahman Brown recorded a game-high 118 yards rushing on just five carries. He  also found the end zone, scoring on a 50-yard run in the second quarter.Two of Lowndes’ touchdowns came through the air. Both Viking quarterbacks tossed touchdowns on the night. Seth Carlo connected with Kenny Moore on a 38-yard touchdown in the first quarter to put Lowndes up 13-0. The Vikings converted the two-point conversion on a Burgman run to go ahead 15-0.Alex Stephenson got into the action with a touchdown pass to Daniels in the second quarter, connecting on a 38-yard pass off a wheel route. The Vikings led 29-0 after the score.Carlo’s touchdown pass was his only throw of the night, while Stephenson completed 3 of his 4 passes for 61 yards. Neither quarterback has thrown an interception this season.Defensively, the shut out is Lowndes’ fifth in its last seven games — not including the Vikings’ 52-0 win in over Thomasville in this year’s preseason scrimmage.The Vikings dominated the Hardaway offense, holding the Hawks to just season-low 58 yards on 43 plays (a 1.3-yard average) on the night. Of the Hawks’ 10 offensive possessions of the night, eight resulted in punts“This is a team without any super stars,” McPherson said. “This is just a team.”Lowndes dominated the entire game, especially the first half. The Vikings scored on six of their seven first half possessions to build a 43-0 lead at halftime. The Vikings racked up 328 first half.“We were talking in the meeting room, I talked with the whole team and I was saying ‘last week, we underestimated the opponent,’” Burgman said. “We practiced hard and we just had to come out, play hard and have fun.”Burgman opened the scoring with a 63-yard run just four plays into the game. Then Carlo connected with Moore on the 38-yard passing touchdown, which was followed by Burgman’s two-point play. Lowndes led 15-0 just over four minutes into the game.On Lowndes’ third drive, Brown opened up with a 50-yard run to set up Daniels’ 7-yard touchdown run that gave the Vikings a 22-0 lead. Then, Stephenson connected with Daniels for their 38-yard passing touchdown to give Lowndes a 29-0 lead.The Vikings scored on their next drive behind a 50-yard run by Brown, his fifth rushing touchdown of the year. After a fumble by Tevin Orr ended their next drive, the Vikings capped off the first half performance with a 1-yard touchdown run by Jordan Williams, which made the score 43-0. Williams’ touchdown run was set up by a 63-yard punt return by Tiquan Lang.With a running clock in the entire second half, Lowndes scored on two of its three second half possessions. Burgman pounded the ball into the end zone on the Vikings’ first drive of the third quarter, closing out his night with a 5-yard TD run.After another Hardaway punt, Arvin Berry found the end zone on a 1-yard touchdown run, capping Lowndes’ scoring on the night.Lowndes opens region play next Friday with a visit to Colquitt County at Mack Tharpe Stadium in Moultrie. The Packers were idle Friday night and members of their coaching staff, including head coach Rush Propst, were seen sitting on the visitors’ side of Martin Stadium Friday night. The Packers beat the Vikings 34-7 last year.“Last year, we didn’t really play too well,” Burgman said. “We just have to play hard this week and play hard every play…Each game we play we always use it as a game to win a championship.”

Titletown USA

September 22nd, 2012
5:14 pm

Nice piece of journalism there 5 time…if you ever decide to start your own blog, please post the link…smile.


September 22nd, 2012
7:30 pm

The real season begins next Friday night. To my Black & Gold Cats, It’s time to strap it up! Just remember,,,,,,It’s not the size of the Cat in the fight, it’s the size of the fight in the Cat!!!
GOOOOOOO CATZ!!!!!!!!!!!


September 22nd, 2012
8:55 pm

September 28, Valdosta GA, We are coming. Be careful what you ask for.


September 22nd, 2012
11:16 pm

Here we come! Go Camden County Wildcats! :-D


September 23rd, 2012
12:42 am

Blah, Blah, Blah… Why are all these other schools ahead of NCHS? North Cobb is the solid package. How many schools have recievers like Borshade and Miller, backs like Herod and James, and kickers not just willing, but that make such solid tackles as Borduin and Medina, that 18 points (realestically 21) are denied to the other side? At some point NCHS is going to have to be regarded as a serious contender. Any team that has out scored their oppenents 148-27, when one of those opponents is ranked 3rd in the state, has got to be rageded as a serious contender. Come on AJC get a GRIP!

the truth

September 23rd, 2012
1:07 am

The “Winnersville Roundup” was a waste of time because Gwinnett was already covered in the article. At least make it to the championship game this year so “Winnersville” may come close to meaning something. I tell you what Valdosta fans, make it out of the first round this year and you can call yourself Advanced to the next roundville!


September 23rd, 2012
11:09 am

I’m a die hard VHS Cat, but honesty I see us getting embarrass this Friday especially if we keep makingall these penalties which comes from being undisclipline. I offense line can’t pass block and our passing game is very weak this year and very surprise about that. I love my Cats but we have took a step down from last year and i just don’t see us doing much in the region this year, and i just knew our offense would be the best in the region this year, but its not that goes to Camden by far.. I’m an realist.

68 viking

September 23rd, 2012
11:26 am

looks like every one in the reg, has the jitters just relax enjoy the games and if ur team does not win , well then u have something to look foward to the next game Go reg lAAAAAA hope every one plays well and stays healthy. this week starts the run for the title. Which of the 4 teams from reg. 1 will be playing in the last game,,,,,,lol theirs a lot to ponder on. Sorry No Ga come on back in a couple of years when ya grow up. Now I realy have yall in a tissie. lol


September 23rd, 2012
11:30 am

As a LOWNDES viking fan, i agree with reggaeman. At this point with all the mistakes made by Colquitt, Lowndes and Valdosta in the beginning of the season against inferior teams, no-one but Camden has stepped up and said we are the team to beat. Forget the rankings, they don’t count in HS playoffs. Still delighted to have Camden in the region. Had rather play them in region than in the early rounds of playoffs.


September 23rd, 2012
2:27 pm

Camden County wins Region 1-AAAAAA Title this year.

That Dude Says...

September 23rd, 2012
2:31 pm

BWHAAAH at the people from Tucker who think 19 wins in a row is the new state record. Not even close.


September 23rd, 2012
7:32 pm


colquitt county beat lovejoy……held them to 7 points……they beat tcc who is much better than i thought….the same tcc team that beat tift 34-14…..they also smashed carver 33-0…….granted carver is not the team they have been before…..and it took a last second filed goal for them to lose against north gwinnett…..

Lowndes hasnt made any mistakes as far as i am concerned other than coming out dead a few times…but that happens sometimes when you know youi can cruise past the weaker team you are playing

lowndes is 4-0 and has outscored the 4 teams 176-11 over those 4 games….with 3 shutouts….

colquitt is the team to beat in this region……if lowndes wins fri night at the hogpen then that will all change……..

if the game were at lowndes and we had 2 weeks to prepare and rest then i would pick lowndes….but i am goin to give colquitt the edge in this game ….they are battle tested….we will be after fri night….after fri night….win or lose for lowndes….they will only be better


September 23rd, 2012
7:33 pm

lowndes is a top ten team in the state and will make playoffs win or lose fri night


September 23rd, 2012
8:11 pm

If Lowndes plays extremely well against Colquitt’s passing game, we have a good shot at winning. Not too worried about their running game. Lowndes defense is built at stopping the run. Too much speed. We have to play Lowndes type football Friday night if we want to win. But Lowndes secondary is questionable??


September 23rd, 2012
8:47 pm

@5-time Lol…Love it Love it Love it!! Your sports article of course! I have no predictions about Friday night…just glad to see someone posting about 1AAAAAA…and let the region play begin….:)


September 23rd, 2012
9:01 pm

I don’t see how we can possibly beat Colquitt Friday night. Their early season schedule has been tough, and I hear they are still healthy and ready to play. And they were off last week. Their coaches came over and watched our game. We are young and getting better. And yes we have a lot of speed with our RB’s and on defense, but we are very small compared to championship teams, especially on the line of scrimmage. Our center/qb exchange still needs work, and our long snapper leaves a lot to be desired. The kicking game is really looking good however, but neither of our qb’s are stepping up like we need one of them to do. We put one of our big OL-man on defense last week to get experience there, because we really need more size to stop good teams and their running games.

Ya’ll know I love Lowndes as much as anyone but I’m just telling it like I see it. I do think we can beat Valdosta at Blazer Field, but Camden and Colquitt are probably better than us. So, that should put us as the 3rd seed from our region.

Lowndes has shut out 5 of its last opponents going back to last year, and that includes the mighty mighty Stephenson. And as long as we keep that up we still have a chance to be really good. We’ve got some really good kids on the team this year, and they will give it their all. But Colquitt scares me this week. It will take a mammoth effort to beat’em at the hog pen, but hey, stranger things have happened.


September 23rd, 2012
9:01 pm

Haven’t seen Lowndes this year. Have seen Colquitt against NG, which, after all, was only the first game of the season. (after watching 3 1/2 games a the dome, I wish I had a buck every time I heard “false start.”) My hunch is Lowndes this time.


September 23rd, 2012
9:57 pm

Well, it’s about that time………..Put up or shut up! Go Camden County Wildcats! :-D


September 23rd, 2012
10:47 pm

its actually the running game that i am more worried about this fri against colquitt than the pass…….not that tehy cant pass it……but our d line is very quik but overall small…….last year colquitt ran quik shovel passes and draw plays to counter our d line geting up the field…….taz dixon …now our d coordinator…..was valdostas defensive coordinator last year during valdostas win…….

i see a much closer game….but gotta give colquitt the edge……at home…2 weeks to prepare…..and are battle tested……..

hey anything can happen……..lowndes has a lot of speed and i think we are pretty good….

who would have though the 49ers would lose to minnesota today….just goes to show you that strange things happen


September 23rd, 2012
10:59 pm

5 time….i know you copied and pasted the vdt times …lol

GT Commits 9/23/2012

September 23rd, 2012
11:46 pm

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September 24th, 2012
12:00 am

bksmith14….LOL….I did!! Not trying to deny it. Just wanted to do my own Roundup since we don’t get the coverage. That was for us South GA folks….lol….


September 24th, 2012
12:10 am

I even tried to do Coffee’s Roundup also, but couldn’t find it!! :-( I stay in Valdosta, GA. so that was no problem….


September 24th, 2012
12:40 am

Packerfan78….Now you know we don’t get covered in the “North GA Roundup” so I took matters into my own hands….


September 24th, 2012
1:00 am

win or lose fri night ….i am not worried…its about matchups……i think lowndes worst matchup in region is colquitt county……everyone else we matchup well against and i feel we have a great shot at beating……and we got a shot at colquitt…we just got to keep it close

Football Fan

September 24th, 2012
4:25 pm

Don’t sleep on the coffee trojans in region 6-A.they gonna make sum noise this year…

True Packer Fan

September 25th, 2012
4:33 pm

I have heard that the packers are finally healthy. Should be a great game against Lowndes because they are well coached and will give my Packers all they can handle. I predict the score to be colquitt 21 and lowndes 17.


September 26th, 2012
12:15 am

yall out there !

Give mesome help on this : our team Centennial Knights is looking at a winless season .

The boys try we think but just cannt put together any kind consistent game

The games are gonna get harder says Coach

What causes this kinda thing to happen and then what is gonna be the fallout before next football season of 2013 ???

Hearing lotta kids that once played dont now so what are the current players gonna do

We all notice in seats that the other schools have more players than we do on our sideline and against Milton it looked twice as many

Whats next ?!

old time dad

September 26th, 2012
12:25 pm

Mama — high school sports can be quite dysfunctional

Understand that the schools must hire full time teachers or employees so there lies your limited talent pool considering that many good coaches , real coaches , can not be hired .

Dont know the Centennial situation first hand but it sounds tough . I would ask for s sit down with the head varsity coach and face to face express your candid concerns . For now for next year . Dont settle for something like “you got to trust us ” or the like as you have already seen that .

Do give these coaches some time if they are sincere about improvements . If it seems impossible then do what you got to do and move out of the school or quit throwing good money after bad by staying around , Good Luck to you and your son .


September 29th, 2012
5:21 pm

Colquitt Fan == Where are you ?