AAA roundup

By Score Atlanta

Blessed Trinity 28, Decatur 14: The host Titans rolled up a 21-0 halftime edge behind touchdown runs from quarterback Spencer McManus (1 yard), Milton Shelton (40) and Tim Mertz (9). McManus completed 7-of-12 passes for 112 yards and tacked on another rushing score in the second half. The Blessed Trinity defense intercepted three Decatur passes.

Buford 49, White County 14: The visiting Wolves carved up the White County defense for 358 rushing yards and 443 yards of total offense in a runaway victory. Running back Dontravious Wilson scored two touchdowns in the first half for Buford. Quarterback Will Brock scored two touchdowns on carries of four and 31 yards for the Warriors.

Woodward Academy 62, Towers 6: The host War Eagles got eight touchdowns from eight different players in rolling past Towers. Quarterback Terry Googer threw two touchdown passes, and Benji Russell and Marcus Hyatt both had interception returns for scores. Alex Robinson connected on field goals of 31 and 22 yards.

5 comments Add your comment

wart hog

October 13th, 2012
5:28 am

Why dont games from south georgia get talked about in AAA.

Fball Fan

October 13th, 2012
8:41 am

Nothing on Cedar Grove? Come on ajc, you can do better than that!

Dawgs247

October 13th, 2012
11:01 pm

First off. The information posted in these roundups is submitted from individuals. If you would like your school/team represented please feel free to submit some info. Secondly, this is called the ATLANTA JOURNAL CONSTITUTION. Not the South Georgia Constitution. Get over it and stop this age old complaint. @WartHog

Fas G

October 14th, 2012
2:06 am

wart hog has a point. The AJ should get out of the HS football coverage. There is none. If they knew how to communicate with the schools they could get it done but who cares in the long run

BW

October 14th, 2012
1:42 pm

The AJC is an Atlanta area paper. Do the SG papers cover the HS’s in this area? They give state scores but there are too many schools in the metro area to cover everyone.