AAA roundup

By Score Atlanta

Blessed Trinity 28, Cedar Grove 22: Host Blessed Trinity overcame Cedar Grove with the help of running back Milton Shelton and the leg of Marc Nolan. Shelton rushed 12 times for 130 yards and scored a touchdown. Nolan kicked three field goals for Blessed Trinity with the longest being from 46 yards out.

Buford 45, North Hall 16: Buford scored three rushing touchdowns and three receiving touchdowns against visiting North Hall Friday night. Tight ends Isaac Nauta and Korie Rogers both caught touchdowns. Nauta caught a 50-yard touchdown pass for Buford’s first score. Zavior Hoxie, Thomas Wilson and Montgomery VanGorder each rushed for a Buford touchdown.

Jackson-Atlanta 22, Chapel Hill 14: Host Jackson held off a second half charge by Chapel Hill. Shadricus Ferguson rushed for 107 yards and scored all three touchdowns for Jackson. Chapel Hill scored late and recovered its own onside kick, but turned the ball over on downs with 2:10 remaining in the game.

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Earl B

November 10th, 2012
7:30 am

After watching last nights game and seeing Mcrary in person I can honestly say that anyone who thinks he is even in the same class as Eddie printz is out of their mind. I’ve read the online postings claiming this for two years. I’ve waited until I saw Mcrary in person before passing judgement. Not even close. I was so under whelmed from what I saw. I would be surprised if he even played one snap at QB in college.

Big Fan

November 10th, 2012
7:38 am

Earl B, I have see McCrary in person and I think he’s pretty special. I have not seen Printz. He must be Peyton Manning to make that comparison and McCrary must have had the worst game of his career. I would love to see Printz though because most people feel he’s the real deal. I was wrong on the CG over BT prediction. Nice job BT players and coaches.


November 10th, 2012
7:56 am

Bring the heat and McCrary wilts. He’s got a good arm, but lacks big time skills. I don’t see him as an SEC QB, but Vandy really doesn’t belong in that conference anyway.

Coach who???

November 10th, 2012
8:23 am

McCrary and Printz are both really good, but DeShaun Watson is better than them both!!!


November 10th, 2012
9:01 am

Thought this article was a AAA round up. How did E Printz get in this discussion. Congrats to BT for a good win…


November 10th, 2012
2:15 pm

I have seen a lot of players this season number 12 Malik Reid of Maynard Jackson Atlanta if not the best he’s one of the best D-Linemen in the AAA Region. With 19 sacks, 80 tackles, 20 tackles for loss, I’ll put his stats up against anybody.

CGHS Observer

November 11th, 2012
9:17 pm

Well Coach, put Malik’s stats up against #4 Bryson Allen-Williams from Cedar Grove, After the WA game he had 85 total tackles, 16 sacks, 23 TFL’s 1 INT, 3 FC and 2 FR for TD’s… and he’s just a junior….Stay tuned to see his development next year…. We haven’t even calculated the stats from the BT game….


November 11th, 2012
9:21 pm

McCrary has had a bit of a doen year because he didn’t have the weapons on the offensive linelike he had before, I mean he had Brandon Greene (Alabama) protecting him. This year he has a true freshman in #52 Antwuan Jackson Jr. So, JMac is as good as advertised, he’s just had to overcome some rebuilding. Its amazing how some of you grown people get on here and dog out 17& 18 year old boys. He’s going to school at a fine institutionand obviously they’ve seen something in him…


November 12th, 2012
7:32 am

EarlB what game you have been watching, not one but ALL the coaches that play against Mccrary are very impressed with him. what team do you scout for? watch 2 years from now and see who will rise. How are your boys doing? Good luck to McCrary and Printz!


November 13th, 2012
8:45 pm

McCrary is indeed a special player, we (SPX) have a pretty solid defense, and he torched us, both in the air and on the ground. He is a special kid