By Score Atlanta
Creekview 56, Northview 42: Hayden Hall threw four touchdown passes to help visiting Creekview improve to 5-1. Hall had three scoring passes in the first quarter, two to Hunter Udall for 88 and 30 yards and one to Will Kirby for 49 yards. Kirby caught a second touchdown pass from Chandler Wold on a halfback pass. Wold also had a 28-yard touchdown run.
Forsyth Central 42, Cambridge 13: Michael Branigan and C.J. Cochran each had two rushing touchdowns against visiting Cambridge. Branigan scored on runs of 69 and 1 yards, and Cochran found the end zone from 43 and 13. Shay Hollis and Jake Gorczyca also rushed for touchdowns for the Bulldogs.
Heritage-Conyers 23, Clarke Central 20 (OT): The Patriots erased a 10-0 halftime deficit to defeat the visiting Gladiators. The Patriots tied the game with 3:20 to play on a 28-yard touchdown pass from Isaiah Spencer to Ryan Phillips. Heritage held Clarke Central to a field goal in overtime and won it on a Myron Fears touchdown run.
Sequoyah 50 North Springs 8: The host Chiefs used a committee of running backs to cruise past North Springs on homecoming. Blake Ingleton rushed for two touchdowns and caught a scoring pass from Trenton Dorner. Jake Jensen and Stuart Glassic also added two rushing touchdowns apiece. Sequoyah held the Warriors to negative yardage in the first half.
Sprayberry 24, Riverwood 21: Sprayberry jumped out to a 21-0 halftime lead then held on when Riverwood missed a field goal in the final seconds. The host Yellow Jackets got fumble returns for touchdowns by Shane King and Sawyer Page, with both fumbles being forced by Tevin Moore. Shane Young scored on a quarterback sneak for Sprayberry and Rodrigo Blankenship added a 43-yard field goal.
Villa Rica 21, Lithia Springs 7: The Wildcats used an opportunistic defense and a clock-burning ground game to beat visiting Lithia Springs. On defense, Villa Rica recovered two fumbles and intercepted two passes. On offense, running back Jaylon Cox rushed for two touchdowns and 125 yards on 26 carries and quarterback Kevin Martin also rushed for a score.
Whitewater 48, McIntosh 13: The visiting Chiefs fell to Whitewater after falling behind 34-0 at the half. The Wildcats rushed their way to the win, led by Kendall Conley. Conley had 260 yards and four touchdowns, two of which were 80 yard runs and another that went for 70 yards. Colton Clemons added two interceptions, returning one 50 yards for the score.