AAAAAA roundup

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Alpharetta 55, North Forsyth 21: The host Raiders had an interception by Michael Downing on North Forsyth’s first drive. Josh Dobbs led the offense with five passing touchdowns. His top targets were Carlos Burse, who caught three touchdowns, and Rodney Morris and Daniel Clements, who each had one. Julian Macon, Sefohn Perry and Lem Cobbs added a rushing touchdown each.

Archer 23, Central Gwinnett 8: Sean Fowler scored a touchdown and led the visiting Tigers with 130 yards rushing. K.J. Parmer added 106 rushing yards for Archer and kicker Zach Wacholz finished out the scoring with three field goals. Eman Westmoreland scored on a 32-yard run and J.B. Ezzell added a safety for the Black Knights.

Brookwood 30, Shiloh 24: Brookwood built a 21-3 advantage then survived a furious second-half Shiloh rally to hang on for victory. Zach Moon threw touchdown passes of 60 yards to Colin Cotter and 25 yards to Jamaal Cole for the visiting Broncos. They also got a six-yard scoring run from Cole and three field goals from Brandon Morrow.

Centennial 26, Lambert 7: The Knights won their first game of the season as quarterback Chase Rosenberg hit receiver Christian Robinson on three touchdown passes in the first half from 21, 85 and six yards. Lambert scored their first-half touchdown on a 1-yard plunge by quarterback Brock Maxwell. Rosenberg threw for 190 yards, 145 of them to Robinson.

Chattahoochee 28, South Forsyth 24: After South Forsyth kicked a go-ahead field goal with two minutes remaining, Travis Marshall threw a 19-yard touchdown pass to Avery Ward with 17 seconds left to win it for visiting Chattahoochee. The Cougars first three scores came on strikes of 32, five and 29 yards from Marshall to Collin Lisa. Marshall threw for 403 yards, 259 of which went to Lisa.

East Coweta 24, Westlake 7: Visiting East Coweta opened the scoring in the second quarter with a 9-yard touchdown pass from Bryce Gemmel to Alex Portress. Westlake had a punt return for touchdown called back in the third quarter that would have brought the Lions to within three points.

Grayson 62, Berkmar 0: The Rams jumped out early on the host Patriots and cruised. The Rams scored 35 points in the first quarter and were up 42-0 at the half. Grayson’s offense was led by running back Wayne Gallman who had 155 yards and one touchdown in the first half before the second unit went on the field.

Habersham Central 31, Meadowcreek 12: The Habersham Central running game was too much for visiting Meadowcreek as Sydnee Mulligan had 25 rushes for 197 yards and a 4-yard touchdown and Brandt Rinehart had 25 carries for 126 yards and touchdown runs of 7 and 48 yards. Juan Domingo hit a 37-yard field goal at the end of the first half to give the Raiders a 21-6 halftime lead.

Langston Hughes 34, Douglas County 7: The host Panthers jumped on top early and held a big lead throughout much of the second half. Langston Hughes was attempting to pitch a third straight shutout, but Douglas County quarterback Ellis Richardson scored a late touchdown on a short plunge to the end zone.

Lovejoy 50, Morrow 0: Lovejoy surged to a 42-0 halftime lead and coasted to victory over Morrow. Travis Custis led the visiting Wildcats with eight carries for 111 yards and three touchdowns, all in the first half. Montrell Custis added a 25-yard blocked punt returned for touchdown and Brandon Davis picked off a pass and took it 100 yards.

Marietta 56, Kennesaw Mountain 21: The visiting Blue Devils controlled the game from start to finish. Marietta had 362 total yards of offense and star quarterback Anthony Jennings went 9-of-11 passing for 205 yards and four touchdowns and also rushed for 57 yards on 12 carries including a touchdown. Marietta’s defense added a pair of fumble recoveries for touchdowns.

Newnan 34, Tri-Cities 16: The visiting Cougars coughed up the football three times inside their opponents’ five-yard line, including twice in the endzone. Tyler Mulvenna booted two field goals for Newnan and Tonaris Portress returned an interception for a touchdown.

North Gwinnett 47, Mill Creek 28: Quarterback Michael Haynes led the visiting Bulldogs by completing 19-of-30 passes for 247 yards and four touchdowns. Haynes rushed for 116 yards on 20 carries, while Cam Lewis added 118 yards and two touchdowns for North Gwinnett. Bulldogs’ wide receiver Nate Brown pitched in with seven catches for 97 yards and two touchdowns.

Peachtree Ridge 34, Mountain View 12: The visiting Lions coasted to victory over Mountain View thanks to a big night by running back Jordan Ellis, who scored three touchdowns and rushed for 232 yards on 30 carries. Connor Rouleau added two field goals for Peachtree Ridge.

Rockdale County 21, Luella 20: The Bulldogs needed a gutsy decision and some tough running to squeak past visiting Luella. Kentavius Preston scored his second touchdown with under two minutes to play to pull Rockdale County within one point of Luella. Head coach Venson Elder then elected to go for the win, and Preston rushed for the two-point conversion and deliver the thrilling home win.

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Camden74

October 13th, 2012
12:15 am

Camden County Wildcats-47, Tift County-0………Here we come! :-D

sportsnut

October 13th, 2012
1:09 am

The Wildcats are coming ! Lovejoy , that is.

AVikingFan

October 13th, 2012
2:28 am

All State Tiquan Lang intercepted a Valdosta pass and returned it inside Valdosta’s 40 with barely a minute to go. This set up Lowndes last play 39 yard field goal to win the game 17 to 14. Lang also ran a 2 point conversion to help Lowndes tie the game 14 to 14 with only minutes remaining. (Last week Lang had three picks against Brunswick.)

In the first half Lowndes drove deep into Valdosta’s territory three times but only connnected on one field goal. Lowndes dominated the 1st half stats.

For the night Lowndes rushed for over 200 yards and passed for 132, but had to rely on a last play field goal to win 17 to 14 in the Winnersville Classic. And mannnnn, it WAS a CLASSIC!. Lowndes has now defeated Valdosta 8 out of the last nine games. Nick Burgman had 139 yards rushing on 20 carries, for Lowndes.

Fuss35

October 13th, 2012
2:55 am

The “Winnersville Classic” is watered down. Lowndes should have made a statement playing a weak Valdosta Wildcat team. The only thing they did by winning was add motivation to the surging “real Wildcats” of Camden County.Camden displayed their prowess by obliterating Valdosta by a wide-spread margin of victory. Everyone should be careful and aware of getting what they asked for. Camden has been “called-out” and now that their here everyone has been quiet. Camden is highly motivated, dedicated to their purpose, and inspired to defeat Lowndes on their home field.

GT Commits 9/12/2012

October 13th, 2012
3:04 am

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Buzz 2011

October 13th, 2012
3:58 am

North Cobb rolls again.

JAB

October 13th, 2012
4:26 am

Okat! Where is TuckerDAD, Camden74, 5AReg6Fan, Tiger4Life, etc. what now! What did I tell you (ALL)! Stephenson did it! Yes! I said it now let (ALL) doubters have a seat…

dougmo2

October 13th, 2012
6:41 am

JAB

When Stephenson wins a state championship with all of that talent they have call us. Until then it is still the regular season and nobody cares.

Sincerely,
Everyboby Else

Fball Fan

October 13th, 2012
8:36 am

I live in Dekalb Co and I will drive down to watch that Camden Co. vs Lowndes Co. game! CAN’T WAIT! Well played game to Stephenson and Tucker! Good job guys. The place was packed!

Northside Dawg

October 13th, 2012
9:26 am

Camden-Lowndes is also on ESPNU. Unfortunately, its the same night as the Warner Robins – Northside game.

Mighty Mighty Wildcats

October 13th, 2012
9:26 am

I’m like those ole farrts Bartles and James sitting on the porch talkin about “Remember When Valdosta was relevant?” If Valdosta had the students Valwood has now, (and we know why they go there….dont blame em), our record for the past several years would be much better. But as the saying goes, “If “ifs” and “buts” were candy and nuts……….” It looks like the region will belong to the Camden Wildcats for a while.

Northside Dawg

October 13th, 2012
9:38 am

Northside attempted to schedule Camden for the 2010-2011 regular season, either a home and home thing or either at a neutral site (Ga Southern), but Camden didn’t want to do it. They must have already had their non-region (out-of-state) schedule set. There may have been other reasons also.

CAMDEN1981

October 13th, 2012
9:50 am

I need some help. For years Camden was blasted on here for playing a weak region. It didn’t matter that we played some of the top teams on the way to our championships. I must note we didn’t always win those games. We were beaten by some great Lowndes , Colquitt and other teams.

So now we are in R1. This was the region where everyone wanted us in and I must say this region has some great teams and we shuld not have been playing the teams in old R3. No we have not played Lowndes or Colquitt and they have not played us. What I am saying is when will Camden get cerdit for being able to compete in this region. I don’t care about the critics from outside the region but we get no respect from our region brothers on here or the Vent. All I here is you won but wait until next week or you played a weak team. There was no weak teams before the season started.
Like I always say , Camden will be ready to play win or lose every Friday.

ON A DIFFERENT NOTE. I SAW ON THE VENT WHERE A COFFEE PLAYER WAS HURT BAD LAST NIGHT. MY PRAYERS ARE WITH HIM , HIS FAMILY AND TEAM.

LovejoyWildcats#1

October 13th, 2012
9:51 am

Go LOVEJOY!!! Cant wait for November. THE SECOND SEASON

Sideline Dude

October 13th, 2012
9:55 am

I just love the coverage of the South Georgia teams.

Ricohman

October 13th, 2012
9:56 am

Northside Dawg…If Northside had REALLY wanted to play Camden, Coach Heron would have made it happen. I really doubt that you wanted a piece of us after the Cats took your great team and the “Legendart” Conrad Nix to the woodshed in the previous years title game. Keep japping your jaws.

CAMDEN1981

October 13th, 2012
9:59 am

. For years Camden was blasted on here for playing a weak region. It didn’t matter that we played some of the top teams on the way to our championships. I must note we didn’t always win those games. We were beaten by some great Lowndes , Colquitt and other teams.

So now we are in R1. This was the region where everyone wanted us in and I must say this region has some great teams and we shuld not have been playing the teams in old R3. No we have not played Lowndes or Colquitt and they have not played us. What I am saying is when will Camden get cerdit for being able to compete in this region. I don’t care about the critics from outside the region but we get no respect from our region brothers on here or the Vent. All I here is you won but wait until next week or you played a weak team. There was no weak teams before the season started.
Like I always say , Camden will be ready to play win or lose every Friday.

ON A DIFFERENT NOTE. I SAW ON THE VENT WHERE A COFFEE PLAYER WAS HURT BAD LAST NIGHT. MY PRAYERS ARE WITH HIM , HIS FAMILY AND TEAM.

Northside Dawg

October 13th, 2012
10:07 am

Northside was defeated before they even stepped on the field that night. Strange things happen in the Dome. It was kind of similar to last week’s UGA-USC game.

rancher

October 13th, 2012
10:37 am

Camden1981: I have not seen very many comments on Camden not being an outstanding football team. I have watched you guys for the past ten years and I think even you will admit, this years team is probably Camdens BEST in the past ten years. I fully expect you to play for the state championship and probably win it this year. But don’t trash the remainder of r-1AAAAAA. Any true fan would know Tifton and Coffee would have a tough time this year with all new coaching staffs. The top teams to beat are colquitt, Valdosta, Camden and Lowndes. Everyone has known that from day one., So far Camden has beat Valdosta, wait until the end of the year before getting to confident. Again I predict Camden to winn state and I will assure you the real region 1 fans will be pulling for any representative we have in the game.

rancher

October 13th, 2012
10:40 am

Does anyone have any information on the Coffee Player injured? Our thoughts and best wishes for he and his family.

sportsnut

October 13th, 2012
11:09 am

Lovejoy now is 6-1 and allowing only 7.7 per game. While averaging 39 ppg, the Wildcats now have a more balanced attack..No longer are we just a running team. Beware AAAAAA. November is coming.

CoffeeC100

October 13th, 2012
11:11 am

Yes Rancher. Everyone keep up the prayers and good thoughts. If you have not heard. The players name is Jalen Wilkerson. Coffee’s starting sophomore tight end. He fractured vertebra in his neck and suffered a severe concussion in a helmet to helmet collision with two Brunswick defenders. The last word I have been able to get is that he is stable, apparently after surgery, and has regained some feeling and movement in his arms and legs. I am speculating that this must mean his spinal cord is intact though it received severe trauma. The scene at Jardine stadium was unreal as they brought in orthopedic doctors from the hospital and immobilized him for the lifeflight to Savannah.

Everyone keep the good thoughts and prayers coming through the air to Jalen and his family. All of his extended Coffee County family is in a total funk this morning. He is such a fine young man.

I don’t know how the Coffee team continued to focus after his injury. He is well liked. Only 15. So, so sad.

CoffeeC100

October 13th, 2012
11:33 am

I hate this site when it, as it does so often, Loses my posts. I’m not going into the whole thing again.

Bottom line.

CAMDEN FANS – Yes you are the cream in 1-6A this year. You have the praise of Coffee’s players, its’ coach and every fan I have spoken with. Excellent skill, speed, coaching and no glaring weaknesses to exploit.

With that said. No one at Coffee is in awe of Camden. Yes. Camden beat Coffee. Soundly. But Coffee got it together and outscored and outgained Camden for the last 30 minutes of the game.

Can’t wait to host the Cats at Jardine Stadium next year.

DOSTA DAWGS

October 13th, 2012
11:46 am

I have said all along that Camden is loaded this year and would win the region1AAAAAA by going undefeated. I also think they are a good bet to win it all. The question that everyone in region 1AAAAAA has about Camden is how will they do year in and year out in region1AAAAAA? Camden has 3 of the best players in the state in GREEN, RAMSEY and DAVIS.

I have now seen Camden and Lowndes up close and live in person. I still have the same opinion as I had in the beginning. Camden will win that game by atleast 2TD’s. However, that game is at the end of the season and Camden has a trap game against Colquitt. Another factor is health. Camden unlike any other team in region1 is really dependent on 2 players (RAMSEY-GREEN). If both are fully healthy, Camen beats Lowndes easily. If either are not at full strength, then it becomes a dog fight!!!!!! I just don’t think Camden can beat Lowndes without RAMSEY-GREEN.

GAHSFBFAN24

October 13th, 2012
11:47 am

Why do these Lovejoy fans think they are so good? The were crushed in there only “real” game this year. They are not even one of the top 2 teams on the southside. I think Sandy Creek and ELCA are betters teams and have a much better chance to win a state championship.

DOSTA DAWGS

October 13th, 2012
11:50 am

All of our prayers and well wishes from the Valdosta Wildcat Nation go out to the young man from Coffee that suffered the injury last nite. Health and quality of life of these young men is far more important than a football game!!!!

57Cat

October 13th, 2012
1:12 pm

I posted this on Todd’s site, and will re-post it here:

Here’s something else for us VHS fans to think about: we have lost to three teams that are a combined 20 – 0 (and could have won two of those games), and we beat a good North Augusta team whose only loss is to Valdosta. If we win out we will be no worse than the #3 seed out of R1. So, we pick our heads up, congratulate Lowndes for winning a hard fought game, and press on, knowing we’re a pretty darn good football team!

rancher

October 13th, 2012
1:55 pm

dosta Dawgs: WELL SAID, we as fans should never forget these are kids playing thier hearts out for our entertainment. IT IS JUST A GAME. We at Lowndes and all other schools obviously want to win but hopefully this young man will recover and lead a quality life.

GHS#22

October 13th, 2012
2:06 pm

I love Georgia football, and it’s fun listening to everyone up lifting their team. (me included)
So I’m going to fall right in line and say GRAYSON will win state again this year!!!

CC, Lowndes, Colguitt are all goods team and wish them the best, but the road will run through Gwinnett again!

GHS#22

October 13th, 2012
2:08 pm

Ditto DAwgs!!!!

JAB

October 13th, 2012
3:32 pm

@ dougmo2, what do you mean “it’s the regular season and nobody cares”, the regular season is what determines if there is a second (PLAYOFFS) for teams! Duh****

The Cross

October 13th, 2012
3:42 pm

Norcross is a State Contender….write it down and post on your fridge. They can score anytime that touch it. Kamara and that big O-line is really scarey.

The Cross

robert

October 13th, 2012
4:03 pm

Camden does not depend on just a few players. We play as team. We have other backs who run the ball more than JJ. We have serveral receivers who have caught passes especially our tightend Connor Lockhart and we constantly send in fresh players on both lines.Brice Ramey is very valuable in that he kicks off, punts, and attempts long field goals with his great leg. Camden has won in the past as a team and will continue to do so in the future. It just so happens this year we have afew individual athletes good enough to get offers from D-1 schools. Also, we will have our big offensive linemen transfer from Glynn start playing in our next game against Brunswick(James Vonashek), he has been injured since preseason but has been practicing for several weeks.

battleaxekid

October 13th, 2012
4:06 pm

@Mighty Mighty Wildcats

You contradict yourself,

“”"” But as the saying goes, “If “ifs” and “buts” were candy and nuts…”"”

and then you say “”"” If Valdosta had the students Valwood has now, (and we know why they go there….dont blame em), our record for the past several years would be much better”"”"”"”

You can’t have it both ways…. one line you say saying goes , “if”, and the turn right around and say ” if we had”"”" make your mind up…… in football a win is a w and that doesn’t change….

battleaxekid

October 13th, 2012
4:12 pm

@GHS#22

It should EVERY year with the largest schools system in the state, but it don’t, and it for sure will NOT this year. ya’ll win 2 out of the last 10 years, and split one, come on man…….

You heard it here Grayson WILL NOT, repeat WILL NOT repeat this year…

JSD

October 13th, 2012
4:14 pm

Say what you want about Camden but they get away with recruiting players…. that kid they got from Glynn academy and a few other players whose parents just happen to get nice job offers from businesses in st. marys and really good deals on new homes that are in Camden Zone’s is rampant…. follow the money and the players…. it all leads to Heron…..

5-Time

October 13th, 2012
4:21 pm

AAAAAA RoundUp, Courtesy Of TitleTown Sports

5-Time

October 13th, 2012
4:22 pm

Lowndes 17, Valdosta 14: They call it the Winnersville Classic. Once again, it truly was a classic.Lowndes and Valdosta went down to the wire for the third year in a row in their annual crosstown showdown. This time, it came down to the final play. And this time, it was the Vikings who pulled out the victory.Gustavo Gonzales’ 40-yard field goal on the final play of the game gave Lowndes a 17-14 victory over archrival Valdosta on Friday night at Cleveland Field at Bazemore-Hyder Stadium.It was a tremendous ending to a tremendous football game.“That was two really good football teams,” Lowndes head coach Randy McPherson said. “You can forget about records. They did an excellent job against us, and we were able to play hard, make some plays and come out with a win.”“It was a really good football game,” Valdosta head coach Rance Gillespie said. “It has been (a great game) for the last three years.”With less than two minutes to play in the game, the score was tied 14-14, and Valdosta was facing third-and-10 at its own 40-yard line. Quarterback Shelby Wilkes took the snap and looked for a receiver. He fired over the middle towards a receiver, but the ball went off of the receiver’s hands and right into the hands of Tiquan Lang, Lowndes’ All-State safety.After Lang picked off the pass at his own 45, he started running with the ball, trying to get as far down the field as possible. Following his blockers, he took the ball all the way to the Valdosta 32, putting the Vikings close to Gonzales’ range.“It feels real good,” Lang said. “I had to make a play for my team, and I did it.”Lang was tackled for no gain on first down, then Nick Burgman gained six and four yards on the next two plays. Lowndes let the clock run down, then called timeout with 4.5 seconds left, and sent Gonzales in to try a 40-yard field goal. After the Vikings lined up for the field goal, Valdosta called a timeout to try to ice the kicker.Gonzales lined up for the kick again. Seth Carlo’s snap was on the mark, the hold was good and Gonzales got plenty of leg into the kick. The ball sailed through the air towards the goal posts and split the uprights. The two officials standing underneath the goal posts raised their arms to signal that the kick was good, and the players standing on the Lowndes sideline stormed the field to celebrate.The clock operator was so focused on watching the play that he forgot to start the clock. But after the kick sailed through the uprights, he quickly started the clock, and let the final 4.5 seconds tick off the clock, as the fans on the visitors’ side began celebrating the win.It was one of those games that either team could have won.Lowndes dominated the first half, outgaining Valdosta 173-53, but could only get one field goal, and held a 3-0 lead at halftime.The Vikings got on the board on their second possession of the game. Lowndes started the drive at its own 8. Alex Stephenson’s 31-yard pass to Malik Roberts moved the Vikings into Wildcat territory, and Burgman’s 21-yard run on fourth-and-10 took the ball to the Valdosta 14. The drive stalled at the 4, thanks in part to a false start penalty and a tackle in the backfield, but Gonzales kicked a 21-yard field goal to give Lowndes a 3-0 lead.Late in the first half, Lowndes took over at its own 7, after a 68-yard punt by Valdosta’s Mac Loudermilk. Stephenson threw a screen pass to Burgman, and Burgman raced 42 yards down the Lowndes sideline, down to the Wildcat 47. Later in the drive, Stephenson’s 16-yard pass to Kenny Moore on third down got the ball to the 3. On the final play of the half, the Vikings lined up for a field goal. But the snap was low and Stephenson, the holder, couldn’t field it cleanly, so he picked it up, tried to run with it and was drilled by a Valdosta defender at the 10. The Vikings came away empty on the drive, but headed to the locker room with a 3-0 lead.Valdosta’s Sherrod Inman caught the opening kickoff of the second half, and took off running. Inman got some blocks in front of him, and returned the ball all the way to the Lowndes 48, giving the Wildcats great field position. Three Malcolm Joseph runs moved the ball to the Lowndes 32.On second-and-9, Wilkes lined up in the shotgun and Lowndes’ defense prepared to blitz. Gillespie and the Wildcats had the Vikings right where they wanted them.Wilkes took the snap, the Vikings’ blitz came and Wilkes threw a swing pass to Herring in the flat. Herring got a block in front of him, ran by a defender, broke into the open, outran the last defender and sprinted untouched into the end zone for the first touchdown of the game.“We were kind of sitting on the swing pass,” Gillespie said. “They’ve gotten to where they blitz so much that we knew we had that, and we were saving it (for the right time). They were in an all-out blitz, and it was set up for us.”The home crowd erupted in cheers, and Brennan Goodson’s extra point gave Valdosta a 7-3 lead.Lang returned the ensuing kickoff to the Vikings’ 40. On second-and-22, Burgman broke free on a misdirection play and raced 41 yards, all the way to the Valdosta 32. The Vikings moved the ball to the VHS 13, but on third-and-4, Valdosta linebacker John Bellamy raced in on a blitz and sacked Stephenson at the 19. Gonzales kicked a 37-yard field goal to cut Valdosta’s lead to 7-6.Late in the third quarter, Stephenson tried to throw a screen pass, and Valdosta’s Darrius Sapp read the play and dropped into coverage. The big defensive tackle picked off the pass near midfield and returned it to the Vikings’ 42.Two Herring runs moved the ball to the 17. After a holding penalty moved the Wildcats back to the 25, Inman leaped and hauled in Wilkes’ pass at the 1. On the first play of the fourth quarter, Wilkes crossed the goal line on a quarterback sneak, giving Valdosta a 14-6 lead.Lowndes answered with a long 14-play, 90-yard drive that lasted 7:36. Twice the Vikings faced third-and-long. The first time, Stephenson found Burgman for 12 yards to move the chains. The next time, Burgman gained 13 yards for another first down.Five plays later, the Vikings faced third-and-7 at the Valdosta 20. Stephenson took the snap and lofted a pass towards the end zone. Burgman had made big plays throughout the night, and this time, he made one of his biggest, hauling in the pass a couple of yards over the goal line for the touchdown. Lowndes went for the two-point conversion, and called a toss sweep to Lang, who ran into the end zone to tie the score at 14-14 with 4:17 left in the game.Then Lang intercepted a pass, and put Gonzales and the Vikings in position to win the game.“Big players make big plays,” Lang said.Burgman was the game’s MVP. On Friday night, he ran for 138 yards on 21 carries. He caught three passes for 42 yards. And when the Vikings found themselves trailing in the fourth quarter, they put the ball in his hands a number of times, and he delivered on several occasions.Stephenson, facing his former team, completed six of seven passes for 132 yards and one touchdown, along with one interception.“I had my team right here with me, and they came and supported me,” Stephenson said. “They kept my head up the whole time. I have the best team and the best coaches in the world.”For Valdosta, Herring ran for 56 yards on nine carries and Joseph had 40 yards on 11 carries. Wilkes completed eight of 12 passes for 96 yards and one touchdown, as well as an interception.Lowndes improved to 7-0, and 3-0 in Region 1-6A, while Valdosta fell to 3-3, and 0-2 in region play.

wildcat fan

October 13th, 2012
4:30 pm

Dosta Dawgs,, If u believe Camden reliess only on JJ and Brice you must haven’t watched of that Valdosta games,, Bessent, Williams, Jordan, Johnson and Winbush,on must Friday nights one of these underclassmen is the leading rusher or reciever
It mostly never JJ, but we hope people continue to think that. But don’t get me wrong. JJ impacts the game more than any player in the state. And we have many more guys that I didn’t even mention
Coach run kids in all night. I never ever miss games, so please trust me on that. For instance Bessent leading rusher last night, Williams last week and he is a defensive starter

wildcat fan

October 13th, 2012
4:35 pm

ROBERT, Thanks your right the Lockhart kid is a beast with great hands and I mean great hands

i'mjustsayingwhati'msaying

October 13th, 2012
6:17 pm

Dosta Dawg, Ramsey is the QB, a pretty important position on any team. JJ Green has been a mainstay since his frshman year. By no means are they the only weapons on that Camden County team. I think that you may want to check the stats. Green causes a lot of issues on defense and special teams, and on offense when he is utilized. You always want your best athlete on the field. Most folks hear these 2 names, but there are many more who have have big games this season for Camden County. That is what I feel, makes them a dangerous team to face.

I will say right now, I was not for Camden being in region 3 and yes I had reservations about how they would perform in region 1. I don’t think that region 1 is having a down year, since history has shown them to beat up on one another weekly. That was always the calling card of region 1, the games physical week end and week out. Camden has put up 42,39 and 47 points respectively and has only given up 18 points in those 3 games. These were playoff teams last year. I know Coffee will say we out played them in the 2nd half, but you gave up 32 points in the first half and did not have the offensive ability to comeback from a deficit like that. Valdosta will say, we had a lot of dropped pases, but you were in the same predicamant a week earlier than Coffee, you gave up too many first half points, in both instances it seemed that Camden County shut down to conserve energy for the long region schedule. These scores have allowed Camden County to do what they did in region 3, give the underclassmen field time. With 3 games remaining and because Brunswick is right up the road from Camden County, this may be the start of a regional rivalry game for Camden County and Brunswick. The Lowndes and Colquitt games await thereafter. Get’s no better than this. Go Ga High School Football.

Norcross '97

October 13th, 2012
6:25 pm

All this talk about a Camden state championship…I don’t know if you’ve looked at the playoff brackets, but They are going to end up with a third round match-up against either my Norcross Blue Devils or Grayson.the good news for Camden is that they will have a much easier path to the third round playing the first two rounds against the weak teams from Region 4 and against either Region 2 or 3, but the thie third round is going to decide whether they win the championship or not.

WILDHAWG2012

October 13th, 2012
8:45 pm

Hey what happens if Colquitt,Camden and Lowndes all finish 5-1 in region play? Just asking.And i know someone told me where to find it but i can’t. A little help plse

Camden'96

October 13th, 2012
9:10 pm

@ JSD your just plain crazy!!!

Camden74

October 13th, 2012
10:08 pm

JAB…..I watched part of that game and was not impressed with Stephenson. But congratulations on the win! :-)

Camden74

October 13th, 2012
10:11 pm

Northside Dawg……Prove it! :-)

Camden74

October 13th, 2012
10:19 pm

Coffee 100………I beleive you should rethink your post! Coffee did not out score Camden in the second half of their game. Camden scored 7 points in the second half and Coffee scored 6! :-D

Camden74

October 13th, 2012
10:25 pm

Dosta Dawgs…….Which Camden team were you watching, two man team, are you serious? You might want to go back and watch the replay of the Camden-Valdosta, Camden-PTR and any other Camden game you can. Then you will understand the error of your post. :-D

Camden74

October 14th, 2012
1:04 am

JSD……Your post should read, I’m on LSD! Where is your proof of Camden recruiting players? I dare you to post proof! :-D

TItletown USA

October 14th, 2012
7:45 am

Dang, I will be glad when time passes and Camden becomes just a regular member of this region, I tire of all the back and forth….they are really not that compelling of a team. No local rivalry, so they go looking for any and all issues to create some…at least the fans anyhow. I think the most classless thing I remember was when they took an ad out in the Valdosta Daily Times…if that does not scream “look at us” I do not know does. They remind me of the rich, high society girl who has everything, but still comes to the dance and does not have a partner so she has to do something crazy to get attention. Just admit that you have a powerhouse school that benefits from being the single lone 6A school in the corner of the state and be proud that you win with the most talent…but not as often as you should (i.e. last year).

1981 Camden…please quit whining and begging for respect…it is not a good look.