By Score Atlanta
Alpharetta 41, Centennial 23: It was a shootout between quarterbacks as Alpharetta’s Joshua Dobbs threw four touchdown passes in the Raiders’ fifth straight win. Centennial’s Chase Rosenberg was able to get the Knights within 11 on two long touchdown throws in the third quarter, but Dobbs hit his fourth on an 81-yarder to Blake Rowlinson late in the third. The Knights lost for the first time in four games.
Central Gwinnett 37, Dacula 20: Visiting Central Gwinnett held 15-14 lead at the half until pulling away in the second half. Eman Westmoreland threw for 297 yards and four touchdowns to lead Central Gwinnett. Justin Brownlee had eight receptions for 160 yards, two scores and also added an 18-yard touchdown run. Nate Hartford carried the ball three times for 51 yards and two touchdowns.
Chattahoochee 48, Lambert 14: Travis Marshall threw for 277 yards, including a 77-yard touchdown pass to Avery Ward, and ran for a 6-yard touchdown. C.J. Leggett had scoring runs of three and five yards, and Chase Nelson found the end zone on runs of four and 21 yards. Justin Jackson had a 92-yard fumble return for a touchdown for host Chattahoochee.
Collins Hill 40, Duluth 0: Tyler Herman was 15-of-22 passing for visiting Collins Hill with touchdown throws to C.J. Davis and Gary Richardson. Thomas Harris had 147 yards rushing on 28 carries, and R.J. Burnette and Tyler Henderson had rushing scores. Cornerback Quinton Jones had an interception return for a touchdown and an interception. Collins Hill converted two 2-point conversions and Mitchell Blanchard added a 35-yard field goal.
East Coweta 38, Douglas County 33: Visiting East Coweta held on after building a 31-13 lead at halftime. Douglas County worked its way to the 11-yard line of East Coweta before a tackle-for-loss allowed time to run out on the final drive. Demarcus Godfrey rushed for 103 yards and three touchdowns, including East Coweta’s final score in the third quarter. Bryce Gemmel was 14-of-21 passing with two touchdowns for East Coweta.
Johns Creek 34, North Forsyth 7: Chase Solomon had rushing touchdowns of 55 and 30 yards as Johns Creek routed host North Forsyth. Quarterbacks Jack Deweese and John Grayson accounted for a touchdown each, as Deweese had a 4-yard run and Grayson threw a 40-yard scoring pass to Andrew Szambelan. Kyle Fowler made field goals of 49 and 47 yards.
Langston Hughes 17, Tri-Cities 13: Kenny Moxey passed for 255 yards and a touchdown to help lead visiting Langston Hughes past Tri-Cities and clinch the Region 3-AAAAAA championship. Keion Davis added 122 yards on the group and Keyshaun Clark added a 6-yard rushing score. Hughes improved to 8-1 on the season, while Tri-Cities fell to 3-6.
McEachern 61, Harrison 21: Host McEachern utilized a strong rushing attack, led by Ty Clemons’ two touchdown runs of 67 and 73 yards and two touchdown passes, to dominate Harrison. Ty Griffin and Ryan Sherman also contributed with two rushing scores to help improve McEachern’s record to 7-2 on the season, while dropping Harrison to 4-5.
Mill Creek 49, Habersham Central 0: Jacorey Lewis rushed nine times for 155 yards and touchdowns of 43 and 56 yards in host Mill Creek’s blowout win. Of his five completions, three Daniel David passes went to Michael Cheeks for touchdowns of 36, 41 and 78 yards. Devozea Felton (56 yards) and Jordan Sylvain (46 yards) also added rushing touchdowns.
Milton 49, Cherokee 7: Running back Peyton Barber led the way for visiting Milton with 11 carries for 125 yards and three touchdowns, one from 54 yards out. Treyvon Paulk added 85 yards rushing and two touchdowns, and quarterback A.J. Bush had a rushing score of nine yards. Milton returned two interceptions for touchdowns in the fourth quarter.
North Cobb 45, Marietta 32: Quarterback Tyler Queen threw touchdown passes to Cameron Albright and Xavier Borishade, and rushed for a score for visiting North Cobb. North Cobb picked up two touchdowns on defense, getting a fumble return from Eghosa Agbonghae and an interception return from Hakeem Sawyer. J’Vonte Herrod added a 4-yard touchdown run.
Parkview 38, Berkmar 7: Parkview hosted Berkmar and survived an early 7-0 deficit, but pulled away in the second half. Justis Rosser rushed for more than 100 yards and scored touchdowns from 16 yards and 14 yards. Mac Marshall added touchdowns to Demonte Dawson for 41 yards and Keanu Mole for 31 yards. Richard Walker also scored on a 14-yard run.
Walton 21, Etowah 16: D.J. Smith had a touchdown catch and two touchdown runs against visiting Etowah. Smith, who amassed 109 receiving yards and 88 rushing yards, stepped in after Alabama commit Tyren Jones left the game in the second quarter with an injury. Walton quarterback Price Wilson was 13-for-18 for 152 yards. Walton’s defense benefited from three Etowah fumbles and an interception.
Wheeler 31, Woodstock 9: Wheeler’s Kyonte Maxwell and Jacobi Green rushed for touchdown runs of six and five yards, respectively, against visiting Woodstock. Quarterback Elijah Staley threw a 13-yard touchdown pass to Devontae Jackson, and Jevan Sampler had a 21-yard interception return for touchdown. J.D. Barron added two field goals for Wheeler.