AAAAA roundup

By Score Atlanta

Allatoona 41, New Manchester 13: Playing host to New Manchester, the Buccaneers were lead by T.J. Herron who had 110 yards and three touchdowns on the ground. Austin Daniels added a touchdown off of a blocked punt. Josh Bautista caught a 39-yard touchdown and also rushed for a score for Allatoona.

Clarke Central 37, Salem 0: After running out to a 27-0 lead at the half, the host Gladiators cruised behind two touchdowns from Jalani Payne. Clarke Central scored the first points of the game on a recovered fumble in the end zone for a touchdown. Quarterback Cameron Johnson threw two touchdowns to Jaquan Dowdy for 10 and 34 yards.

Creekside 21, Starr’s Mill 3: The visiting Creekside Seminoles were led by Evan and Elliot Berry in their victory over the Starr’s Mill Panthers. Evan Berry rushed for 97 yards in the game, 54 of which came on a touchdown run. He also got a 49-yard touchdown pass. Elliot Berry had a 51-yard touchdown run.

Creekview 21, Sequoyah 6: Quarterback Hayden Hall propelled the host Creekview Grizzlies to victory against county-rival Sequoyah. Hall threw a 4-yard touchdown pass to Will Kirby in the first quarter and rushed for another in the third quarter. Chandler Wold also scored for the Grizzlies on a 13-yard touchdown run. Sequoyah scored in the second quarter but missed the PAT.

Forsyth Central 40, North Springs 6: The visiting Bulldogs were dominant on both sides of the ball in a victory over North Springs. Shay Hollis rushed for two scores and Jeremiah Jones caught two of Michael Branigan’s passes for touchdowns. Central racked up 443 total yards while limiting the Spartans to 106 yards of offense.

Heritage-Conyers 37, Winder-Barrow 12: Obe Fortune had a rushing and receiving touchdown for the visiting Patriots, and three other Heritage players — Myron Fears, Dominique Packer and Tyler Weaver — also had rushing scores. Myles Hunter and Braxton Morton had interceptions for Heritage.

Hiram 31, Lithia Springs 10: The visiting Hornets took advantage of turnovers to defeat Lithia Springs. Hornets linebacker Kevin Mitchell returned a fumble 40 yards for a touchdown. Defensive lineman Devin Pogue recovered two fumbles for Hiram. Roderick Harrison scored on a 1-yard quarterback sneak for the Hornets. Chris Miller had a 20-yard rushing touchdown as well for Hiram.

Kell 35, Riverwood 7: The visiting Kell Longhorns were led by running back Khalil Bell’s two rushing touchdowns. Brendan Langley also added to the scoring for the Longhorns with a 53 yard touchdown run. Kell quarterback Matthew McGuigan threw a 27-yard touchdown to Taylor Henkle and rushed three yards for a touchdown.

Pope 21, Osborne 0: Quarterback Stephen Skruck took advantage of athletic plays by his wide receivers by throwing two touchdown passes, one to Logan Carr and the other to Ben Doran for the visiting Greyhounds. Running back Itabari Mason added a rushing score for Pope. The Greyhounds improved to 4-1 on the season.

Union Grove 21, Ola 7: Special teams played a big role in the Wolverines’ win over visiting Ola. Dalton Tumlin blocked a punt and Demetrius Jackson blocked a field goal to set up Union Grove touchdowns. Running back Derrick Crane rushed for two scores and Caleb Ham caught a pass from Jonathan Slade to cap the scoring for Union Grove.

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BehindEnemyLines

October 6th, 2012
1:24 am

12 players ejected from that Clarke Central-Salem game btw (7 Heritage, 5 CC). Some sort of altercation in the end zone after the last TD apparently.

og1295

October 6th, 2012
8:42 am

I was at the game and I agree that the altercation was totally uncalled for and disrespectful, but the gladiators were not the agrressor. Any one at the game could clearly see that initally the gladiators were concerned for their fallen teammate that had been injured on the touchdown play. The next thing we noticed was serveral salem players had surrounded one gladiator and that is when the altercation started. As far as the ejections, the referees made a HUGE mistake. They ejected Cameron Johnson and he was not even near the altercation. The fight insued in the back of the end zone and he was all the way down by the 10 yard line headed to the sideline. Now since the GHSA rule is if a player is ejected from a game, then they are suspened from the next game. Now is that fair when the young man wasn’t even involved in the incident, he was 20 yards away. The refs totally messed that call up and an innocent young man has to pay. This reminds me of the NFL replacement refs. Cameron was no way involved but because what the refs say goes, he is punished. Im glad I was there to see it for my self, because just from reading the article that he was ejected I would think he actually had done something.

Brenda

October 6th, 2012
5:15 pm

Heritage played Winder-Barrow not Clark Central. There was not issues with our team.

Dragstrip Road

October 7th, 2012
8:31 am

EAST will be back next week. Real football…………………………

Yellow Jacket Buzz.

October 7th, 2012
8:57 am

TCC still on a roll!! 17-14 win over Bainbridge in OT……TCC now takes control over 1-AAAAA.

JustMe

October 8th, 2012
2:39 am

@ og1295
If what you say is true, it should be reversed.. The GHSA reviews film of all fights and typically gets it right after they see the film.. The Big Eye In The Sky Dont Lie! Good luck to him.