By Score Atlanta
Creekview 31, Osborne 0: Creekview, which led 14-0 at halftime, poured in 17 more points in the fourth quarter on 1-yard touchdown runs from running back Will Kirby and quarterback Hayden Hall and a 27-yard field goal by Connor Fraser.
Drew 14, Starr’s Mill 6: The visiting Titans held the host Panthers to just five first downs on 113 total yards. Lester Knauls capped a 73-yard drive with a 1-yard touchdown run with 2:10 remaining to seal the victory. Drew improved their record to 3-1, while dropping Starr’s Mill to 2-3.
Flowery Branch 35, Salem 16: The visiting Falcons took down the Seminoles behind the leadership of quarterback Jackson McDonald, who accounted for all five of the Falcons’ touchdowns. He had three passing touchdowns along with 48-yard and 19-yard touchdown runs. The Seminoles struggled to convert on scoring chances missing two field goals and not taking advantage of two second half turnovers.
Gainesville 42, Heritage-Conyers 14: The Red Elephants dominated the visiting Patriots. Dual-threat quarterback Deshaun Watson completed 17 of 24 passes for 277 yards and three touchdowns and rushed the ball 17 times for 120 yards and two touchdowns. Watson’s leading receiver was Rodney Lackey, who had four receptions for 147 yards and a touchdown.
Harris County 37, Douglas County 31: After trailing 28-13, the visiting Tigers came back to win in double overtime. Harris County scored twice and converted a 2-point conversion late in the fourth to send the game into overtime. Esaias Chapman ran four yards for a touchdown in the second overtime to put the Tigers up six. Douglas County fumbled on their first play sealing the victory for Harris County.
Mays 32, North Atlanta 10: The host Raiders did much of their damage in the first half to defeat the visiting Warriors. Mays quarterback Trevon Jones threw for three touchdowns, while DeAngelo Yancey caught two scores to help pace the win. Mays improved to 2-3 on the season, while North Atlanta remained winless.
Riverwood 55, Northview 27: The host Raiders ran over the Titans behind Tyler Blake’s two rushing touchdowns. William Holiday recovered a fumble and Marcus Rosser added a 70-yard touchdown run to keep Riverwood undefeated entering next week’s Region 7-AAAAA matchup with Kell, while Northview remains winless on the season.
Sequoyah 41, Sprayberry 34: Senior running back Blake Ingleton ran for more than 200 yards and scored all six touchdowns for the Chiefs, including the tie-breaking touchdown inside two minutes to play, as visiting Sequoyah held on for the win. The Chiefs later forced a turnover on downs to secure the victory.
Tucker 67, Lakeside-DeKalb 7: The Tigers mixed a little pass with a running game by committee approach to cruise past neighbor Lakeside-DeKalb at Adams Stadium. Juwaan Williams and Joe Farrar combined for 115 yards and three passing scores. Chauncey Rivers caught one of Williams’ touchdown throws and added a 20-yard fumble recovery for another score. Even though no Tucker back rushed for more than 100 yards, the team totaled 397 yards on the ground.
Union Grove 23, Northgate 0: Union Grove had been shut out last week by Whitewater, but this time it returned the favor against Northgate. The visiting Wolverines were led on offense by Austin Brown, who caught two touchdown passes from Jonathan Slade. Miles Vaughn added a rushing touchdown and Shawn Davis booted a 28-yard field goal.
Whitewater 48, Forest Park 7: Kendall Conley rushed for three touchdowns and Christian Wafford rushed for two in the Wildcats’ home win. Tight end Wyatt Burke caught a 9-yard touchdown pass. Whitewater led 35-0 at halftime.