Class A roundup

By Score Atlanta

Athens Christian 41, Hebron Christian 14: The host Eagles were led to victory by Taylor Hardigree. The sophomore had four touchdowns and 170 rushing yards including runs of 80 and 60 yards for scores. The Eagles’ defense also performed well with four interceptions.

Holy Innocents’ 23, Our Lady of Mercy 17: With the host Bobcats driving to tie the game with less than a minute to play, safety Jason Grimes intercepted a pass to save the game for Holy Innocents’. Running back Clay Pfohl scored on runs of 38 and 80 yards for the Golden Bears.

Landmark Christian 49, Strong Rock Christian 0: The host War Eagles dominated the Patriots from start to finish. Landmark Christian had 420 total yards of offense, rushing for 259 yards and passing for 161. The War Eagles led by running back Jeremiah Kirkland, who rushed for 155 yards and four touchdowns.

Mt. Pisgah 35, King’s Ridge Christian 26: Quarterback Aaron Winchester led the host Patriots by completing 8 of 14 passes for 189 yards and four touchdowns. Rondy Brownlee started the scoring for Mt. Pisgah with a 15-yard touchdown catch. Defensive end Shingirai Chigwere tallied 18 total tackles and Austin Harper scored on a two-yard run for the Patriots.

Walker 54, Fellowship Christian 7: The Wolverines dominated the host Paladins. Evan Kasian rushed for 282 yards and four long touchdowns of 19, 45, 21 and 46 yards respectively. Special teams came up big for the Wolverines who blocked a punt, returned a punt 54 yards for a touchdown and kicker Mitch Van Den Eynde made seven extra points and two field goals.

Whitefield Academy 14, Mount Paran 3: Despite losing two fumbles, an interception and totaling only nine first downs, the WolfPack defeated host Mount Paran. Everett Pollard and Sky Dupree each scored rushing touchdowns in the second quarter for Whitefield Academy. Mount Paran outgained Whitefield Academy 273-187 yards, but turned the ball over four times.

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Bill

October 13th, 2012
11:02 am

Nice Class A round-up 6 games all Nort Georgia teams. Way to cover the state!