By Score Atlanta
Archer 38, Shiloh 21: Guard Mitch Hornsby recovered a fumble by running back Sean Fowler for the first touchdown in the host Tigers’ win over Shiloh. Fowler made up for the fumble with 202 yards and two scores. Quarterback Gabe Tiller was efficient for the Tigers in completing 15 passes for 231 yards and a scoring strike to Will Kone.
Brookwood 45, Dacula 17: Broncos head coach Mark Crews won his 100th game thanks in large part to four touchdowns by Josh Brown. Marcus Cox did everything he could for the visiting Falcons, rushing for two touchdowns on 13 carries for 88 yards.
Collins Hill 41, Peachtree Ridge 10: The visiting Eagles coasted to a win over Peachtree Ridge thanks to the backfield tandem of Tyler Henderson and quarterback Brett Sheehan. Henderson scored three touchdowns and gained 110 total yards of offense. Sheehan threw for 309 yards and two scores.
Luella 49, Druid Hills 7: Jared Hendricks threw touchdown passes to Mannie Lowery and Trae Bonner, who also had a rushing score in host Luella’s blowout win. Gabe Smith also scored twice, getting a rushing score and a fumble return touchdown on defense. Kicker Andrew Roberts set a school record with seven extra points.
Mill Creek 55, Meadowcreek 6: Jacorey Lewis rushed for 100 yards and three touchdowns on his way to becoming Mill Creek’s all-time leading rusher (1,875 yards). Daniel David hit Kyle Nichols for a 48-yard touchdown pass, and the Hawks scored twice on defense with a 26-yard fumble return by Chris Dickhute and a 67-yard interception return by Zac Turner.
Norcross 55, Habersham Central 0: Alvin Kamara scored on runs of 11, 4 and 3 yards in the Blue Devils’ home rout. Quarterback Joseph Wilber threw touchdown passes to Clinton Lynch (22 yards) and Trey Smith (65 yards), and Myles Autry returned a punt 76 yards for a touchdown. Norcross led 42-0 at the half.
North Gwinnett 42, Duluth 28: Quarterback Michael Haynes had three total touchdowns against visiting Duluth, one passing to Nate Brown and two rushing. Haynes finished with 145 yards rushing to lead the Bulldogs. Hayden Sphire was 10-of-12 passing with a touchdown throw, also to Brown, and Nick Andryuski and Cam Lewis had rushing scores for North Gwinnett.
South Gwinnett 61, Berkmar 14: The host South Gwinnett Comets used three quarterbacks to defeat Berkmar. Jordan Ramey threw four touchdowns against the Patriots, the longest being an 89-yard pass in the first quarter. He was replaced in the third quarter. Comets running back Josh Boyd added to the scoring with two rushing touchdowns.
Wheeler 17, Roswell 14: J.D. Barron hit the game-winning 49-yard field goal with two minutes to play to help Wheeler improve to 4-2, 1-2 in Region 5-AAAAAA. Quarterback Elijah Staley scored both of the Wildcats’ touchdowns on rushing scores, and was 10-of-16 passing for 97 yards. Kyonte’ Maxwell added 56 yards rushing for visiting Wheeler.