By Score Atlanta
Berkmar 24, Dacula 21: Visiting Dacula led at the end of the first half, but could not hold off Berkmar. Dacula rushed 36 times for 201 yards as Kelan Fraise rushed 26 times for Dacula, gaining 138 yards and a touchdown. Teammate C.J. Mayes rushed nine times for 49 yards and a score.
Central Gwinnett 47, Shiloh 35: Eman Westmoreland was 29-of-41 passing for 415 yards and two touchdowns and had two rushing scores for visiting Central Gwinnett. Running back Jordan Shiloh rushed 24 times for 204 yards and three touchdowns, and Justin Brownlee caught 13 passes for 258 yards and a score. With the win, Central Gwinnett locked up its first winning season (6-4) since 2006.
Duluth 35, Mountain View 14: Duluth broke open a scoreless tie with 28 points in the second quarter to cruise past Mountain View. Quarterback Thad Bell threw two touchdown passes, one to Jordan Dandridge and another to Jeffrey Joseph. Lavonte Cranford and Jordan Dooley added touchdown runs for visiting Duluth.
Langston Hughes 28, Westlake 6: Visiting Westlake could not stop the Langston Hughes rushing offense, which scored three rushing touchdowns. Running backs Keyshaun Clark, Justin Brown and Keion Davis each contributed a rushing touchdown for Hughes. Sophomore quarterback Keenan Humphrey, Hughes second-string quarterback, completed seven passes for 74 yards and a touchdown.
Lassiter 34, Etowah 6: Willie Police led Lassiter with six catches for 134 yards and three touchdowns and a rushing score, all in the first half. Quarterback Eddie Printz was 15-of-24 passing for 264 yards and four touchdowns and Lane Jackman was Lassiter’s leading rusher with 70 yards. Josh Danforth was best on the Lassiter defense with eight tackles and a sack.
Marietta 52, Harrison 14: Chavez Hemphill blocked two punts and also scored on a reception from quarterback Anthony Jennings to lead Marietta past Harrison. Jennings passed for 181 yards and rushed for 52 yards while recording three total touchdowns. KirVonte Benson rushed three times for 100 yards and two touchdowns. Tyree Harris had 146 receiving yards and a score, also for host Marietta.
McEachern 33, Hillgrove 30: Ty Griffin rushed for 222 yards and four touchdowns as host McEachern held off Hillgrove in a thriller. Richardre Bagley had two touchdown catches for Hillgrove and the visitors also got a scoring pass from receiver Evan Engram to fellow receiver Errol Breaux. Hillgrove quarterback Troy Thompson passed for 246 yards and a score.
Mill Creek 17, Collins Hill 14: Brandon Holley blocked a 31-yard field goal attempt by host Collins Hill as time expired to preserve the victory. Jacorey Lewis scored his second touchdown from the 1-yard line with less than a minute left to give Mill Creek its only lead. Bryson King kicked a 38-yard field goal for Mill Creek.
Milton 42, Woodstock 14: A special night by a of pair running backs did most of the heavy lifting and helped host Milton control the clock. Peyton Barber gained 218 yards and scored three touchdowns on 19 carries. Treyvon Paulk added 157 yards and two touchdowns, also on 19 carries.
Newnan 21, East Coweta 7: Visiting Newnan intercepted East Coweta quarterback Bryce Gemmell three times on their way to victory. Defensive backs Rodney Tennie and Tonaris Portress were responsible for two of the interceptions. Newnan’s Quinton Dix and J.K. Britt both rushed for touchdowns Friday night. The other touchdown for Newnan was a touchdown pass from quarterback Bailey Bryant.
Newton 40, Morrow 0: Visiting Newton scored 14 points in the first quarter and would not look back. Quarterback Kemani Pitman provided the offense for Newton, rushing for two touchdowns and passing for another two. Zach Sullivan also scored multiple touchdowns for Newton, rushing for one and catching another. Artice Hobbs rushed for Newton’s last touchdown late in the fourth quarter.
Norcross 56, Meadowcreek 6: Alvin Kamara scored three rushing touchdowns in the first quarter and four overall against visiting Meadowcreek. Kamara finished with eight rushes for 130 yards, and quarterback Joe Wilber, who tossed a 45-yard touchdown pass to Myles Autry, was 7-for-8 passing for 192 yards. Autry also scored on an 8-yard run.
North Gwinnett 24, Peachtree Ridge 20: Cam Lewis scored a late touchdown to help visiting North Gwinnett take the lead in the fourth quarter. Quarterback Hayden Sphire led the way for North Gwinnett completing 20 of 29 passes for 276 yards and two scores to Caleb Scott. Scott caught five passes for 113 yards.
Roswell 28, Walton 24: Visiting Walton led 21-7 at the half, but Roswell rallied for the victory. Roswell scored on two touchdown passes from Ryan Monty to Bennett Barton, a Mechane Slade touchdown run and an interception return by Grant Beidel. Walton drove to the Roswell 13-yard line late, before failing to convert on fourth down.
South Gwinnett 16, Parkview 14: South Gwinnett needed a field goal from Roberto Lindsay late in the fourth quarter to defeat visiting Parkview. Jordan Ramey, South Gwinnett’s quarterback, threw touchdown passes to Tyrone Atchison and Bernard Morrison. However, the extra point was missed on the second touchdown, requiring Lindsay to kick the game-winner.
Tri-Cities 35, Douglas County 0: Visiting Douglas County could not stop the Tri-Cities rushing attack Friday night. Tri-Cities rushed for four touchdowns against Douglas County. The only Tri-Cities touchdown that came through the air was also the game’s first touchdown. Tri-Cities held a 14-0 lead at halftime and would coast through the rest of the game.
Wheeler 21, Cherokee 20: Visiting Wheeler was led by Elijah Staley, who completed 16 of 31 passes. One of his completions went 67 yards to Emanuel Beal for a touchdown and Staley also had a rushing score. To cap the scoring, Kahlem Looney scored on a 45-yard touchdown run.