By Score Atlanta
Clarkston 54, North Cobb Christian 14: Khalif Harper ran for 236 yards on 19 carries and scored five touchdowns for Clarkston. At halftime, Clarkston led just 14-7 before exploding for 20 straight points. The Fighting Angoras led 34-7 heading into the fourth quarter. Clarkston’s defense recorded a touchdown (off a fumble recovery) and a safety.
Creekview 36, Riverwood 28 (3OT): Creekview needed a 5-yard pass from Hayden Hall to Chandler Wold to force the game into overtime before outlasting host Riverwood. Hall added a 15-yard pass to Connor Dulmage and a 6-yard touchdown run in the first two overtime possessions. On the third possession, Wold scored on 2-yard run, then caught the 2-point conversion pass from Hall.
M.L. King 21, Miller Grove 14, OT: M.L. King picked up a dramatic win at Panthersville Stadium over Miller Grove, surviving in overtime. After Roland Rivers found Demarquis Polite-Bray for a 13-yard touchdown pass in the first possession of overtime, M.L. King’s Carlos Garrett intercepted Miller Grove quarterback Ken Allen in the end zone to end the game. M.L. King finishes the regular season as the outright winner of Region 6-AAAAA, finishing 10-0 and 9-0 in the region.
M.L. King got its first two scores on a touchdown run from Donald Clark and an interception return from Wesley Green. Miller Grove (6-3, 5-3 region) tied the game at 14-14 on a safety by Jacob Mitchell.
North Paulding 37, Villa Rica 7: Visiting North Paulding scored seven points in the first quarter, then tallied 30 combined points in the next two quarters to put away Villa Rica. Quarterback Chase Noonan led the visitors with two touchdown passes.
Osborne 20, Cambridge 7: Osborne led 20-0 in its victory before visiting Cambridge got on the scoreboard with a fourth-quarter touchdown. Xavier Evans rushed for more than 100 yards and scored on a 12-yard run for the victorious Cardinals. Osborne also got a rushing touchdown from Robert Cooks and an interception return for a score by Shanoy Lester.
Pope 31, Northview 28: Visiting Northview fell to Pope after overcoming a 17-point deficit in the fourth quarter. Running back Ronald Woods led Pope with 291 yards and three touchdowns. Logan Carr added a touchdown reception for 30 yards from Stephen Skruck. Terrence Upshaw led Northview with 107 yards rushing and three scores.
Sequoyah 42, Sprayberry 14: Blake Ingleton scored four times and surpassed the 2,000-yard mark on the season for visiting Sequoyah. His touchdowns came on runs of 30, three, three and seven yards. Ingleton’s running mate, Stuart Glassic, scored twice on runs of 60 and 80 yards. Sequoyah’s other score came on a 30-yard pass from Lex Lauletta to Nick Falco.
South Forsyth 35, North Forsyth 14: Host South Forsyth outlasted a balanced offensive night by North Forsyth. Nick Scott gained 99 and scored once on 24 rushes. Quarterback Harris Roberts completed nine passes for 119 yards including four completions for 71 yards to Bailey Mauldin.
Southwest DeKalb 33, Dunwoody 12: Southwest DeKalb’s Clayton Davenport and Malik Wright both went over 100 yards rushing at North DeKalb Stadium. Davenport went for 131 yards and scoring runs of 56 and 25 yards and Wright rushed for 105 yards. Roman Coats scored on runs of six and three yards, and Brandon Dumbaya capped the scoring with a 7-yard fumble recovery.
Tucker 14, Mays 7: Tucker came back from a 7-0 halftime deficit to take down visiting Mays. Dallas Rivers scored on a 20-yard touchdown run in the third quarter, and Yaquis Shelley returned an interception 30 yards in the fourth quarter to take the lead. Dominique Sanders also had an interception, and Detric Dukes had two sacks.
Union Grove 35, McIntosh 14: Derrick Craine rushed for four touchdowns for host Union Grove, giving him 21 rushing scores for the season. Jonathan Slade tossed a touchdown pass to Dalton Tumlin for Union Grove’s other touchdown. Union Grove earned the No. 2 seed out of Region 4-AAAAA with the win.
Whitewater 42, Ola 14: Kendall Conley had four rushing touchdowns and 170 yards on the ground to lead Whitewater past Ola. Christian Wafford added a 10-yard scoring run and Jay Ashley threw a touchdown pass to Trevor Morgan for the victors. With the win, host Whitewater clinched Region 4-AAAAA for its first region title in school history.