AAAAAA roundup

By Score Atlanta

Alpharetta 35, Lambert 7: Joshua Dobbs threw five touchdown passes to four different receivers. Carlos Burse caught two touchdowns for the visiting Raiders while Daniel Clements, Andre Harton and Rodney Morris each had one. Clements finished with 159 receiving yards and Dobbs threw for 423 yards.

Brookwood 41, Berkmar 27: Josh Brown blocked a field goal and returned it 77 yards for a score and also returned an interception 46 yards for a touchdown for the visiting Broncos. Dorren Miller scored on a 91-yard pass reception for the Patriots.

Centennial 27, North Forsyth 9: Quarterback Chase Rosenberg threw for 325 yards and three touchdowns, two to Christian Robinson and one to freshman Caden Herring. Centennial, winner of three straight region games, opened the scoring on a 37-yard field goal by Devin O’Neill in the first quarter and it was matched by a 37-yarder by Vince Sciorrotta. Then Rosenberg hit Robinson for a 17-yard touchdown score and O’Neill followed with a 30-yard field goal. The Raiders closed within 13-9 on a 26-yard touchdown pass from Harris Roberts to Jacob Bailey. Rosenberg and Robinson then hooked up for a score from five yards. Rosenberg put the Knights up by 18 on a 9-yard score to Herring.

Central Gwinnett 30, Parkview 27: Eman Westmoreland passed for 389 yards and three touchdowns to lead Central Gwinnett past Parkview in triple overtime. The host Black Knights blocked a field goal at the start of the third overtime before Samir Ramic, who converted all three of his field goal attempts, kicked the game-winner from 35 yards out.

Dacula 31, Shiloh 8: C.J. Mayes’ efforts in all three phases of the game helped the visiting Falcons notch their first win of the season. Mayes rushed for a touchdown, intercepted two passes (including one returned for a touchdown) and had a 59-yard kick return to set up another Dacula score.

Druid Hills 28, Alcovy 21: The Red Devils won a home game at Avondale Stadium thanks to 10-yard touchdown run by Hasaan Enis with less than two minutes play. Wide receiver Emmanuel Reid scored on a reverse and added scores on receptions from quarterback Kyle Simmons.

Duluth 56, Habersham Central 10: The Wildcats drilled the host Raiders with 558 total yards of offense en route to victory. Quarterback Thaddeus Bell was 14-of-20 for 201 yards and a pair of touchdowns through the air. Myles Campbell had 101 rushing yards and 66 receiving yards including a 45-yard touchdown run and a 55-yard touchdown catch.

Hillgrove 41, Harrison 14: Elijah Ironside passed for 270 yards and three touchdowns to lead Hillgrove. The visiting Hawks got a kickoff return for a score by Tolando Cleveland and an interception return for a touchdown by LeMarkus Bailey. Richardre Bagley caught two passes for 112 yards and two scores.

Johns Creek 26, South Forsyth 0: The Gladiators shut out the visiting War Eagles to move to 7-1 on the season. Johns Creek got rushing touchdowns from Austin Pack, Chase Solomon and Sky Overton, while Kyle Fowler kicked a pair of 45-yard field goals in the victory.

Lassiter 38, Wheeler 23: The host Trojans established a 21-0 lead in the first quarter and didn’t look back. Eddie Printz threw for 259 yards and four touchdowns. Willie Police caught 11 passes for 120 yards and three scores.

Lovejoy 51, Newton 6: Alejandro Benefield completed 10 of 15 passes for 208 yards and three touchdowns for Lovejoy. JuMichael Ramos hauled in two scoring strikes and Travis Custis, who accounted for three total touchdowns, caught the other. Brandon Davis added a 25-yard fumble return for a score.

Luella 21, Morrow 6: Luella scored 21 unanswered points, starting with an 85-yard touchdown drive that ended with 10 seconds left in the first half, to sprint past Morrow. The host Lions got touchdown runs from Trae Bonner, Laquez Freemon and Gabe Smith.

Marietta 43, South Cobb 13: The War Eagles kept this one close for a half, but Marietta blew the game open with 22 straight points in the third quarter. Quarterback Anthony Jennings led the Blue Devils with two touchdowns on the ground and one through the air.

Norcross 36, Peachtree Ridge 3: Joseph Wilber put the Blue Devils on his back with three scores through the air and one on the ground. Wilber hit Alvin Kamara for two touchdowns and Trey Smith for the third. Myles Autry also scored for visiting Norcross on a 67-yard run.

North Gwinnett 38, Collins Hill 24: In a Region 7-AAAAAA game, North Gwinnett trailed 24-21 at the half, but rallied back with 17 unanswered points to win 38-24.

Quarterback Michael Haynes connected with wide receiver Caleb Scott for two touchdowns. On the second touchdown, Haynes handed the ball to Almonzo Brown who then pitched the ball back to Haynes as Scott streaked into the open field for an easy catch and run. Running backs Cam Lewis and Nick Andryusky each added short touchdown runs for the Bulldogs.

The North Gwinnett defense limited Collins Hill to 63 yards in the second half.

Roswell 34, Cherokee 6: Five different players scored for Roswell in the Hornets’ easy home win. Grant Beidel returned a fumble to start the scoring for the Hornets. Andrew Kwateng, Ryan Monty and Mechane Slade all scored on runs, and Eric Fox scored the final touchdown for Roswell on a pass from Matt Cory.

Walton 27, Milton 7: Walton scored 27 unanswered points to storm past Milton. Blake Montz recovered a blocked punt and returned it for a tying touchdown before setting up a fourth quarter score with an interception. The host Raiders also got a touchdown run from Tyren Jones and two fourth quarter field goals by Anthony Price.

86 comments Add your comment

Camden74

October 27th, 2012
1:45 am

Camden County Wildcats 42, Brunswick High 8……Camden looked like they took a FEW weeks off! :-D

bksmith14

October 27th, 2012
4:36 am

camden74…santa clause may have just dropped you an early christmas gift in the form of our 2 best players most likely out for the camden game….if these 2 could go i would pick lowndes to beat you guys by 10 points. the game will simply not be the same if we are without our two best…….the only way to tell who is best is when both teams best players can go against each other and i dont see neither one playin against yall. We still got a shot though.

Hugh

October 27th, 2012
5:05 am

It sounds like a Lowndes concession. You would have received an A only if you had done your homework. Line up eleven and play ball. An embarassing loss to Camden will not be diluted in the media by the absence of any player. Depth is the key to any successful championship campaign. I hope those players mend in time for the state title run.

sportsnut

October 27th, 2012
6:52 am

Boy this is getting good. Two top tens lose.Brackets are getting clearer. Exposure is in full effect

ricohman

October 27th, 2012
7:23 am

bksmith14…the excuses start already…lol. How bout those Camden County Wildcats!!!!

Jactravious

October 27th, 2012
8:11 am

Man up Lowndes. Everyone wanted Camden in Region 1 and now that they are there you start making pregame excuse. WEAK

rmbuck1

October 27th, 2012
8:51 am

Enter your comments here

BamaBornDukie

October 27th, 2012
8:54 am

Lmao@ bksmith14 and the excuses already. Camden is better then Lowndes from everything I’ve seen this year. Straight “homerism” for you to say you’d pick Lowndes by 10 if the whole team was healthy.

rmbuck1

October 27th, 2012
8:58 am

BK As much as I want Lowndes to win, you are not helping the cause. Coming up with pre game excuses is pretty much lame. I agree with Hugh, depth is the answer for a good run, I’m pretty sure Lowndes has more than 22 players, If the don’t they are not a football team. You cant have 22 players and 60 or so lambs standing on the sideline. I don’t think there is one team in the state that doesn’t lose a star player sometime during the season, you still have to line up. S I would keep those thoughts to yourself or you are just putting a target on your back on these blogs.

Gamer

October 27th, 2012
9:07 am

Camden’s scoring and domination will be the same no matter where they are placed in AAAAAA. Accept this fact!

reggaeman

October 27th, 2012
9:13 am

Camden going to beat Lowndes 21-7 or 14-0 mark my word. Camden special teams and passing game will be the difference..

reggaeman

October 27th, 2012
9:15 am

Colquitt Coach is an embarassment to our region, he have no class at all

sportsnut

October 27th, 2012
9:59 am

@ BK == I hope they are healthy by the 2nd. round. Coming to us without your best is not good. Lovejoy is about to begin a quest that they are very well prepared for. By the way, who are these two players and what are their injuries ?

AVikingFan

October 27th, 2012
10:01 am

I agree with your last post reggieman, and have to consider your prior one to be pretty sensical. Propst finally got an Unsportsmanlike Conduct penalty last night for arguing with refs. Guess he finally got a crew who wasn’t in awe of him from his Friday Night lights famed past. Losing Tiquan Lang and Nick Burgman would hurt any team. It especially hurts Lowndes because they are our two fastest players, and we will need all the speed we can muster to stay on the field with Camden.

If Coffee can play 4 quarters, and that’s really stretching my imagination, they might give Colquitt a run next Friday. That would be something if cry baby Propst wasn’t even in the playoffs., wouldn’t it?!! Another loss and the Packers can start basketball early, and the Bd of Edu might just send Propst “packing.” Now that would be a Packer win for the ages!

REAL LIFE

October 27th, 2012
10:06 am

Camden is the best team in the State!!!! I love Lowndes but be real Camden 42 Lowndes 12

r u serious

October 27th, 2012
10:49 am

The games not even played yet and excuses are flying, Good teams dont rebuild, they reload, if you cant reload, you cant play with the big boys. Man up and take it. “2 best players”…….really, if yall rely on only 2 players than you have no business in the post season anyway.

fan

October 27th, 2012
11:01 am

Lowndes excuses and probst haters must be a saturday morning.

fan

October 27th, 2012
11:04 am

I think Camden will run the table. The only team i think will give them trouble may be Norcross. I would love to see that game.

Heisenberg

October 27th, 2012
11:07 am

Lowndes/Camden game to be on ESPNU next Friday. They moved Walton/Milton to a 9PM start last night for ESPN, so expect the same for Lowndes/Camden.

Printz would have passed for well over 400 if receivers would catch the ball. One drop would have been a 95 yard TD. Ball went at least 50 yards in the air and you could not have stood there and handed it to him any better. Receiver dropped it and had 3 steps on nearest defender.

Viking Girl

October 27th, 2012
11:23 am

Seriously y’all Camden and Lowndes are two great teams. We can all brag and try to predict the game outcome but this game will be closer than most think. No excuses but Lowndes will definitely be at a huge disadvantage without Lang and Burgman. Yes we still have players that can and will step up but it would be like JJ Green and Ramsey both going down. You guys can’t tell me that wouldn’t be a huge disadvantage for Camden. No doubt about it this is a tough break for Lowndes. I’m not an excuse type person but both are dynamic players and are a HUGE part of what Lowndes wants to do on and off of the football. So this is definitely not good for us but its football and like Camden 74 stated in a previous post you have to suit up and go hard with what you got! I’m still looking forward to a much better game than most expect. Camden is the #1 team in the state. They are ranked nationally, and they are on ESPNU, so the pressure isn’t on Lowndes it’s on Camden. Lowndes just needs to go out there and play Lowndes football. Nobody thinks Lowndes even has a shot anyway so Go Vikings!!!

yo

October 27th, 2012
11:24 am

With all of the Camden talk why don’t we even this thing out.

Leave home JJ and your qback and come on over.

After all you don’t need them, you are Camden.

You haven’t won state with them since 2009 but lets face it you still don’t need them,
your depth wins it every year.

Obviously that is nonsensical but you get the point.

yo

October 27th, 2012
11:25 am

Oh and fan you forgot Norcross wanabe’s.

Viking Girl

October 27th, 2012
11:33 am

@ reggaeman Dexter is this you on this post dogging my Vikings? LOL! Really 21-7 or 14-0. Dude you don’t think we can even muster up 10 points? Coffee did muster up 12. C’mon man!

Losers down South

October 27th, 2012
11:50 am

Would you South GA losers keep your redneckified inbreed comments off the Atlanta sites?!?! Seriously, no one HERE cares about your lousy backwards teams. Sorry, but we have 4 high schools within 10 minutes of each other….you have 1 school for the entire non-reading, honey boo boo’d county……do you really think anyone here cares…..NOT!!!!

To the rest of the reading North Fulton area……dang that Lassiter QB is the real deal. As much as I dislike that school, he was fun to watch.

Honeybooboo cares

October 27th, 2012
12:15 pm

To the Oct. 27 at 11:50 post. You may not like Honeybooboo but she sure is most likely making more money than you at this point. And what is she 5, 6, 7 years old? It would appear you did learn your class from her though.

Also we can tell by the lack of responses on these blogs from such a populated area (”4 high schools within 10 miles of each other”) how little those from the North Fulton area care. You confessed it, I didn’t.

Camden74

October 27th, 2012
12:19 pm

bk……Where’s your pride man? You’re not supposed to be back peddling this early! Are you giving pre game excuses now? Here we come bk,here we come!……………………………………Jus messin wid ya man! Go Camden County Wildcats! :-D

Camden74

October 27th, 2012
12:31 pm

Losers down South……I would probably be offended by your comments, but I understand that ignorance is everywhere. Plus, I know who your great grandmother was………..Go Camden County Wildcats! :-D

Camden74

October 27th, 2012
12:37 pm

yo…..Why would Camden leave it’s QB at home to make things even, is Lowndes’ starting QB not playing? So, let me be clear on this, because Lowndes has lost two players, they can no longer be competitive with Camden, right? If that’s the case, you’re saying that Lowndes is a two man team, right? Camden is not a two man team and on Friday night, you will see! :-D

Viking Girl

October 27th, 2012
12:41 pm

I like that comment Camden 74

Viking Girl

October 27th, 2012
12:46 pm

I think what BK is saying is that your QB is one of your two top players and if he were out you guys would b at a disadvantage. He’s making a reference to us being without Lang and Burgman!

Viking Girl

October 27th, 2012
12:47 pm

Excuse me I mean’t to say Yo

Honeybooboo cares

October 27th, 2012
12:54 pm

camden74 because then every one would know just how great Camden really is. Think of the opportunity you now have to prove to every one on ESPNU there is no team like the Camden team.

Besides where is your sense of fair play man!! :-)

yo

October 27th, 2012
12:54 pm

Enter your comments here

Hereswhatittakes

October 27th, 2012
1:07 pm

Camden runs the wing-t and the quarterback is the general. Ramsey is an outstanding QB and UGA recognized that. Now having said that, Camden’s number two QB has a cannon for an arm and he may not be as tall as Ramsey but when he has to he can throw the ball with the best of them. That’s what is called depth and o’yea the number three QB is a Heron and I think he knows a little bit about the wing-t offense.

yo

October 27th, 2012
1:29 pm

Okay Hereswhatittakes prove that Camden has whatittakes. Leave your “punter kicker first”/qback on the sidelines for this one……..prove how great Camden realy is.

Camden74

October 27th, 2012
1:38 pm

Viking Girl……The point I was attempting to make with yo is, Lowndes may have lost it’s two best players in terms of ability. But not it’s Field General and there’s a difference. A team’s starting QB knows and runs the offense better than anyone else. Lose him and you lose the HEAD/BRAIN of your offense. The body can’t function without the head. Lose two top players in any other area, the team can still function at a high level, assuming you have depth. According to bk, Lowndes has 5 running backs who could start for any other HS team….If Camden lost any of it’s star players, it would hurt the team, but IMO, the team would still play at a high level…. :-D

eli

October 27th, 2012
1:40 pm

lowndes should taken valdostas backup quarteback also! propst should go back to alabama

Camden74

October 27th, 2012
1:42 pm

yo…..Be realistic, why would a team deliberately handicap itself to prove a point that’s not in their best interest? Y B stupid? :-)

Camden74

October 27th, 2012
1:45 pm

Honeybooboo Cares……..Put……….The………Pipe………DOWN! :-)

Camden74

October 27th, 2012
1:47 pm

Marcus Lattimore has gone down again, it doesn’t look good…….. :-(

LTrojan Fan

October 27th, 2012
2:41 pm

The Lassiter Trojans will be the one team that, if they play four quarters, can beat anyone including Camden and Grayson. No one has the number of DB’s needed to cover all of the skilled receivers that Printz has available to throw to. They just need to play 4 quarters and stay focused! Printz is absolutely the best arm that I have seen in high school. He can put the ball in the receivers hands 50 yards down the field…every time. Missouri has to be counting their blessings to have landed him this late.

yo

October 27th, 2012
3:14 pm

Camden74 South Carolina doesn’t need Marcus Lattimore they have depth.

bksmith14

October 27th, 2012
4:05 pm

we arent going to get any respect guys from camden on this………..if they came into this game without jj green and brice ramsey…(their top 2 guys) they to would be at a disadvantage……TIQUAN LANG AND BURGMAN….they are the gear that makes the lowndes clock run………yes we still have a solid team without them…but we absolutely are in for a extremely tough task without them………..yall will be the best team we have faced…….now we are without our 2 best players that account for 3/4 of our offense,…ouch

WILDHAWG2012

October 27th, 2012
4:05 pm

@Gman57=Now that friday is gone i am turning my attention to like i said.I don’t know who u represent but i still expect to beat Coffee by two touchdowns!! Thats right i said it and you know what,7 MORE GAMES!!! I’m a packer till the end baby!!!

D-Nice

October 27th, 2012
6:07 pm

@Yo, To many people get hung up on Camdens great players like #5 and #12. And although I think it would be difficult to contend if we lost our starting QB, running back is not an issue. The Cats are very deep at every other position. Should we suffer an unfortunate injury at the running back spot it would be business as normal for the Cats. NO excuses would be made heading into a BIG game against Lowndes. So many young players are just chopping at the Bit for an opportunity to play.

So to answer your question, can we afford to leave our QB at home for the big game against Lowndes, probably not. But we can compete for a championship with loses at any other postion. Lets stop making excuses and let the kids play. Good luck to the Vikings and congrats on an excellent season so far.GO Wildcats!!!!!!!!

gman57

October 27th, 2012
6:10 pm

WILDHAWG2012: Coffee will not give the Hawgs the room Valdosta in the 2nd half… won’t happen. Didn’t happen with Camden or Lowndes. Coffee by 14!

Camden74

October 27th, 2012
7:21 pm

yo……You don’t get it. I’m concerned with the young man’s future, not trying to get BLOG brownie points….. :-)

Camden74

October 27th, 2012
7:25 pm

bk……Please, STOP whining! :-)

how 'bout

October 27th, 2012
7:54 pm

…Coffee …Colquitt …Valdosta …3 teams …only 2 playoff spots left …somethings got to give

…Lowndes …at worst 2nd place and a home playoff game …at best region champs (not looking good though)

…Parkview goes down …and Grayson still needs help

…this week will settle lots …LET THE PLAYERS PLAY

WILDHAWG2012

October 27th, 2012
8:33 pm

@Gman57=HaHa i hear ya bro it’s all good but unless we give yall 5 interceptions like we did Valdosta or the 4 or 5 turnovers we gave Brunswick then yall might get the upset.But it should be a good game and their is a lot on the line. I guess it all depends on which packer team shows up