Fewest points allowed per game


5.0 – Camden County

7.4 – Lowndes

7.6 – Hughes

10.3 – North Cobb

10.8 – Lovejoy


3.4 – East Paulding

5.8 – M.L. King

5.8 – Richmond Hill

6.3 – Northside (Warner Robins)

6.3 – Stephenson


8.5 – Sandy Creek

10.8 – Mary Persons

11.2 – West Laurens

11.8 – Americus-Sumter

12.4 – Burke County


5.5 – Buford

7.8 – Gordon Central

8.8 – St. Pius

8.8 – Woodward Academy

10.8 – Morgan County


2.4 – Washington-Wilkes

2.6 – Toombs County

3.0 – Northeast

4.8 – Cook

6.4 – Benedictine


6.5 – Athens Academy

8.5 – Pacelli

9.0 – Prince Avenue Christian

9.5 – Brookstone

10.4 – Our Lady of Mercy

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6 comments Add your comment


October 4th, 2012
7:36 am

At it again !


October 4th, 2012
7:39 am

Looks like there is D played in the Metro area.


October 4th, 2012
9:46 am


Please please don’t come on here and blog about how good the East defense is this year. If you are a player and reading this, keep working hard and don’t be to prideful. If you are a parent or fan please keep a level head when evaluating the defense. They gave up 17 points in their first game due mostly to offensive turnovers deep in their own territory, but it still illustrated what even mediocre offense could do. The four shutouts since are nice from a stats perspective and building some confidence, however shutting out Paulding County, New Manchester, Woodland(Cartersville), and Villa Rica is NOT a huge accomplishment. If this ticks off folks so be it, good, they tend to play better when ticked off and the world is against them. Reading press clippings like this article or bloggers saying how good they are will only make it that much harder mentally when they finally get on they field with a team with a semblance of an offense.

Go Raiders


October 4th, 2012
10:58 am

I agree completely with “RealisticFan” about the points per game average…The shutouts are GREAT and the defense deserves a lot of credit for a lot of HARD work. BUT EAST — with the exception of game one against NORTH PAULDING — still has not been tested. It’s up to the Coach and his staff to keep them focused and moving forward. Obviously the team can’t control the schedule and the kids just have to play the school they have each week. The fact that the weaker teams were on the first part of the schedule is just how it fell, EAST has showed improvement every week as the players and the coach get used to each other so hopefully they will be ready for this stronger second half of the schedule.

EAST has an off week this week (we are going to watch ALLATOONA play) then plays HIRAM at HIRAM with ROME, SOUTH PAULDING & LITHIA SPRINGS left before the BIG game NOV. 9th with ALLATOONA in “THE BONEYARD”!!!



October 4th, 2012
8:36 pm

H-mmmm, Lowndes number two!! Some of these same Lowndes players were on the team that shut out Stephenson in the playoffs last year. Our defense is impressive, and getting better. We held Colquitt to around 150 total yards last week, including only 8 yards rushing. Just saying!


October 8th, 2012
8:48 am

Hughes number #3 in AAAAAA WoW!!!!! great improvement from a year ago, keep working hard.