AAAAAA roundup

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.

74 comments Add your comment

Colquitt County Fans

November 9th, 2012
11:39 pm

We told you the Packers don’t worry about rankings etc,
They are a different animal when it comes playoff!!!
6A Champs, you will see!!!!

PackerBacker

November 9th, 2012
11:44 pm

That was a terrific game!! Go Pack!!

Viking Girl

November 10th, 2012
12:16 am

You’re so right Colquitt County Fans records and rankings go out the window this time of year! It’s playoff time! Glad you guys could pull it out! Really happy Camden didn’t run the table on the region!

border dweller

November 10th, 2012
2:15 am

Great Game Pack! Your boys always come to play. (But I still detest your coach)

Tipp Smooth

November 10th, 2012
3:10 am

Just arrived back home in Duval, which is Jacksonville from the
Camden vs Colquitt game, congrats to Colquitt on morale victory
I personally think Herron went conservative as usual with a slim lead
tonight it bit him once again, playing not to lose, Propst did exactly
what he said he would do, keep it close and give his team a opportunity
to win. I do believe that was a catch by Bessest on that last pocession by
Camden, just like last year the call didn’t go our way. Camden still will get
the HARDWARE…see you again soon Colquitt…

Norcross(all day)

November 10th, 2012
6:46 am

Congratulation to the Norcross Blue Devils for ending the season with a perfect 10-0 record “Thats What I Like To See”

jimb

November 10th, 2012
6:49 am

not so fast south Ga Grayson and Norcross very strong, Colquitt you have to win the first game and that will be a tuff task. Camden has a much easier start. and you guys play a cup cake season only three games a year at your level. Most gwinnett teams beat each other up like the SEC each season and that is why they a normally state champs. Herron had nothing to lose last nite, may have saved the hard knocks for the playoffs.

tide roll

November 10th, 2012
7:13 am

Saw Alpharetta’s Joshua Dobbs for the first time last night. Any reason UGA hasn’t offered him or Anthony Jennings? If Jennings sticks with LSU, he’s going to come back and bite them Dawgs, perhaps as early as next year when LSU rolls back on Georgia’s schedule. And the Dawgs better hope Dobbs sticks with his commitment to Arizona and doesn’t switch to say, Auburn, Florida or Tennesee or the same thing,s gonna happen. For that matter, former Wilcox County standout Nick Marshall, who Bobo had playing defensive back at UGA(!), is now lighting it up at quarterback at Garden City C.C. and could sign with an SEC team this Decemder and light the Dawgs up as well. It makes you wonder if Richt and Bobo really know what’s up. No wonder UGA hasn’t won a National Title since Hershel!

VHS!!!

November 10th, 2012
7:39 am

NO the real teams are in south Ga region 1 anygiven frieday !!!!

Falconguy45

November 10th, 2012
8:29 am

I always give credit where deserved. Colquitt comes to play when the stakes are high and the playoffs are here. I still believe the best teams on the block to knock off is Grayson and Norcross. Region 1 is a very good region, but I don’t see them getting the hardware. I also believe Colquitt will go further than Lowndes. Not impressed with Lowndes “street ball offense”. Colquitt has a good QB with very talented receivers.

gman57

November 10th, 2012
8:37 am

From a “True-Long Standing Coffee Fan: What I saw last night against Valdosta was a Trojan team that could have cared less about playing, much less moving into the playoffs. Over radio crew has said all year that Pruitt needs at least next year to make difference….. I don’t agree. Anyone that watched that game last night knew that these Coffee player don’t care, would rather the season be over so they can concentrate on “basketball, girls and hanging out down at the block”…. Pruitt will be gone just like the “1 year stay at Warner-Robins”…. No coach can turn Coffee around…. ain’t gona happen! There is a poison in this community… These comments take nothing away from the game Valdosta played, but Coffee might as well stay in the locker room!

dd

November 10th, 2012
8:45 am

comments re pruit do bring back memories if the “fire mickey conn” call (and website, if I remember correctly) from the mid 2000’s. I suspect grayson is happy to have not listened to any of those folks….

williambrado1

November 10th, 2012
8:47 am

not impressed with your coach probst freak. He needs to be in a side show. What a piece of work and oh by the way Lownes will go far in the playoffs. Like Colquitt hate Probst

WILDHAWG2012

November 10th, 2012
9:59 am

What people don’t understand is that we have the best in game coach in the region.He adjust on the fly and if we need a score then he has at least 4 or 5 plays to hit u with. We don’t have that 1 player that we can go to or break for long plays on consistant drives but yet we score with anyone when we have to.We don’t have a JJ Green type of player and we don’t have a running back like Norcross who can get lost quickly and our QB is not putting up numbers like Lassitter QB nor do we have the recievers like Lassitter but with the players and team we have in moultrie our coaches on offense and defense put our players in outstanding position to compete and have a chance in the end and thats all u can ask for as a fan.We don’t have one star we have a whole team and hats off to our defensive cord. for the great job of having the defense so prepared!!!!

Tipp Smooth

November 10th, 2012
10:00 am

Congrats to Colquitt, it wouldn’t have mattered who it would have
been last night in that type game, the selection of plays would
have still bitten us in the butt, Camden have too many weapons
to be playing the way they did last night, JJ Green should have been
used differently, especially in the passing game, I understand why
he wasn’t in the game on the last pass play, that way you couldn’t
key on him, just bad game planning. Propst keep breaking the momentum
of the game with his antics. I tell you, he does whatever it takes to win
you may not like it, but he got the Win….bottom line. Herron he may have
your number..I still love my Beloved Cats til the end, we live to fight
another day, enjoy the playoffs, Colquitt please make it to the semi
final, we’ll see you in the Den..

waynester

November 10th, 2012
11:03 am

Most Colquitt fans aren’t crazy about our HC either but, like Spurrier, he manages to win while rubbing everybody the wrong way. WildHawg is right about his ability to react in-game…and his success can’t be denied…it does, however, come back to bite when you continually tick off and antagonize every team you play– creating enemies out of rivals….

Camden74

November 10th, 2012
11:06 am

Great game Colquitt! Coach Herron has to devise a different game strategy. Getting a slight lead and then continuing to play conservatively should not be his first option. Camden has multiple weapons on offense, yet Herron continues to hold them back. I can understand trying to win with minimal offense this time of year. But past experiences shows that most times it doesn’t work. Camden knows it will never get the calls from the Officials. So why not go into the game with wide open offensive game plan? Let the kids play for goodness sakes. Camden’s defense is not accustomed to playing that many snaps. I knew they would not be able to hold Colquitt out of the end zone for the entire game. Propst always has at least one play that will get a TD. He had a pretty good game plan. Colquitts QB is just as big or bigger than most of Camden’s defense. Using him as a runner was a great move. How he managed to run a 69 yard TD still amazes me! But all in all, it was a great game and last night was Colquitt’s night, Coach’s antics aside! Go Region 1, Go Camden County Wildcats! :-D

class of 2010

November 10th, 2012
11:09 am

I am so mad westlake went 0-10
I cant wait til they rebuild my old highschool to at least a 5-5 team I blame langston hughes to why we suck forget that school wish they was never built anyways next season

NGHS 09

November 10th, 2012
11:16 am

Last night proved what I’ve been saying all season…it’s the year of the underdog. Anyone can lose on any given night, but who am I kidding LOL Grayson and Camden are about to unleash the dogs.

stooge

November 10th, 2012
11:29 am

“….not impressed with your coach probst freak. He needs to be in a side show. What a piece of work” Yes but it will be on the sidelines in Atlanta.

Falconguy45

November 10th, 2012
12:07 pm

Does anyone know when the brackets will be out?

K-man

November 10th, 2012
1:13 pm

People please, please, please…..don`t be a fool and put much stock in Camden County`s lost last night! Remember…this was a game that they didn`t need in the first place. Colquitt is a very good team……but Camden is a different kind of animal. Go to sleep and believe in false pride if you want….they will be dusting-off another trophy!

AVikingFan

November 10th, 2012
1:54 pm

@ K-man – I think you meant “LOSS”. But you are wrong about Camden not “needing to win.” Oh but it did. It was very important to Camden’s physc to continue the region win streak, and to run the tables on region 1 it’s first year as a member. Lowndes gave Camden a good game, and if the stars were lined up approvingly, Lowndes might have also defeated Camden. This ain’t Camden’s old region. But, most of us old timers ARE glad they are a part of it now.

I’ll bet my favorite Viking hat that Heron won’t take it easy on Hillgrove next Friday!

To all the Colquitt fans, GREAT JOB LAST NIGHT!

GraysonCat

November 10th, 2012
2:56 pm

Grayson Vs Lovejoy in the Quarters = Epic!

Is it just me or is the bottom half of the AAAAAA bracket a joke?

Fred

November 10th, 2012
3:37 pm

The Cross

November 10th, 2012
4:04 pm

The state title will be brought home to Gwinnett!

Three years in a row!

The Cross

Colquitt Fan

November 10th, 2012
6:49 pm

As soon as you guys figure out that we don’t care what you think about our coach the better. He doesn’t break any rules but yet every week it’s the same ol story, he berates the refs. Who cares? All you clowns complaining would take him in a second and ifnyounsay you wouldn’t then not only are you lying on this board but to yourselves too. Way to go Colquitt

Ray Goff's Ghost

November 10th, 2012
7:55 pm

The Packers have no competition in their bracket, which means we’ll feast on roast Wildcat again in the semis. Can’t wait to send them home again this year!

Panther Pride

November 10th, 2012
8:00 pm

Grayson is the joke, to the tune of 22-7.

Camden74

November 10th, 2012
9:01 pm

Colquitt Fan…….I hope both Camden and Colquitt make it to the 3rd round. Let’s see if you can back up that sewage you’re spewing! Good luck! :-D

Camden74

November 10th, 2012
9:03 pm

Oh yeah, every time Probst steps on the field while a play is being run, it should be a penalty! :-)

Ray Goff's Ghost

November 10th, 2012
9:18 pm

Let’s just put the hay down where the goats can get it, okay? The Wildcats are the ones who seem to have a problem backing up their crazy talk. For two years running. Hope they can make it past the first few rounds, so we can spank them and send them to bed once again.

battleaxekid

November 10th, 2012
9:31 pm

Looks like 6a is wide open…… that is why we begin the 2nd season next friday… Camden almost swept r1, There are not many give me’s in r1, and especially now that camden and brunswick has joined us.. Curious to see just how the semis will be stacking up??

5-Time

November 10th, 2012
9:54 pm

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Camden74

November 10th, 2012
10:06 pm

Wow! All the new smack talkers coming out of the woodwork. Where were you earlier? :-)

WILDHAWG2012

November 10th, 2012
10:20 pm

Wow some of the Camden fans are really upset at what happen friday.You guys make it seem like your coach wanted to lose by saying he was holding your players back,really. Last week your coach was a man with class and after a lost he is being too conservertive.You guys really thought u guys were going to blow us off the map.I guess some off u forgot that at the beginning of the year we were ranked #2 in the state and we were in the USA today not Camden.Now someone knew we had some talent over here. This was the best i’ve seen our defense play in at least 4 years but if it’s because your coach was too conservative and our defense had nothing to do with Camden only scoring 12 points then tell coach Heron thanks

Camden74

November 10th, 2012
10:33 pm

WILDHAWG2012….All of a sudden you’ve become a big time smack talker huh? I’ll tell, IMO, Coach Herron is too conservative on offense. He was the same way last week with Lowndes. I believe he was trying to win without showing too much to his playoff opponents. Now tell me, how does that take anything away from the fact that Colquitt won the game? No matter what the reason, you all still won. I for one, am hoping and looking forward to Camden and Colquitt meeting again in the playoffs. So, good luck and hope to see you all in the semis………. :-D

WILDHAWG2012

November 10th, 2012
10:33 pm

Camden 74= U might want to see us again but Camden doesn’t trust me.As a matter of fact didn’t yall say that last we won that yall couldn’t wait to play us again.Find a new song to sing bro and get ready for the playoffs. I mean i been respecting your post since i been blogging but dude u making excuses like bk bro.Camden played lights out on defense too,it was just a really good game that could have went either way.Hoestly i don’t want to see Camden’s defense again because they fly all around the field. Good luck in the playoffs and if we should meet up again then u guys will get a chance for revenge again

WILDHAWG2012

November 10th, 2012
10:52 pm

@Camden74=What do u mean i all of a sudden began to trash talk. Dude i been saying we were going to win since sunday and not one camden fan said anything but i guess u were too caught up fussing with sportnut.Look dude our region games are done for this year so let all the Rush stuff go and stop putting the blame on coach heron.Us packers win together and we lose together no matter what. U are a true blue fan and at least this time the lost didn’t end the kids season and this could still be a great season for camden.

Camden74

November 10th, 2012
11:01 pm

Here’s what’s really interesting about most of the smack talking Colquitt Fans. If you go back through the post on most of the comment sections, nearly all of the Colquitt Fans thought Camden would win the game. Some thought Colquitt would get blown out, they were just hoping the game would be competitive. Now, all of a sudden, everyone knew Colquitt would win, they’re the best team in the state and just like last season, they’re chanting, “who’s Camden County”! Well, hopefully both Camden and Colquitt make it to the semis. Then, your question will be answered! good luck! :-D

Colquitt Fan

November 10th, 2012
11:39 pm

Spewing garbage? Ok buddy. What do we have to prove? We’ve beat you twice in two years. I’ve given Camden props all year and still think they are the favorites to win state. Get over the loss and quit calling people out. It just burns u up to have lost to Propst

Colquitt County Fans

November 11th, 2012
6:40 am

Camden; FOOLS it was on the F#*%+ radio all the starters
Played till the F. ing. End; That man wanted to win so DAM
Bad and again; we LOVE our coach and we don’t care a out
Ranking etc, never less what the F you think about him!!!
F OFF!!!!!

WILDHAWG2012

November 11th, 2012
8:39 am

Come on Colquitt fans lets not get too disrespectful.I know we have been getting bashed all year as being overrated and to some degree we haven’t played the way everyone else thought we should play but we know what we have on our team they don’t. Most of the Camden fans are good bloggers but don’t let a few of them get us too amped up. They hate Propst so bad that they really went to the game to watch him since they call him a sideshow. We been behind our pack all year and even tho we are not undefeated like we would like,we are the most battletested team in 6A and we ready.

sportsnut

November 11th, 2012
8:40 am

The leading scoring team is Lovejoy. The top defensive team in scoring D is Lovejoy. Pay us no attention. 44ppg. and 6.0 ppg.

WILDHAWG2012

November 11th, 2012
8:53 am

@Camden74=Did i not ask u how many pionts did u think we would win by!!! On sunday i put it out their that we would win and i said it at least three times last week and a good guy Jvilebil was the only one who had the nerve to say Camden would win by 17!!! And he isn’t even from Camden Co and he is in Florida.Now i respect his opinion but my question to u is how can a man that doesn’t even have a dog in the fight feel more confident than some of the Camden fans. At least he predicted a score and he does know football and he has seen u guys play a couple of times this year. i think he is a coach r something so he is not some randem person just saying something.He does really know how good Camden is thats why he made thats prediction. But no one from Camden would even touch the subject and if they did then thats a post i missed. Like i said at least u guys still get to fight another day this time

AVikingFan

November 11th, 2012
9:50 am

WILGHAWG3012 — Good luck and safe travel to McEachern. Biggest thing ya’ll have to worry about is OMacG’s trick clock. Hope ya’ll bring home a big W. I like your chances!

I “spect” Valdosta manhandles North Cobb, and I shore hope we can send “Maretta” back to the top of the circle with a “L”. Camden will no doubt exact a huge amount of revenge on the Hillbillies who beat them down in North Florida, errr, St Marys, in 09. Hillgrove might as well save the bus fuel and forfeit.

sportsNUT’s season only has two more weeks left. Wonder what he’ll do then?

Stooge

November 11th, 2012
9:56 am

Don’t let CCF misrepresent us down in Moultrie. Most of us can participate on a forum without digressing into middle school playground profanity. Go Pack and kudos to Camden for a good game.

HaveBinocularsWillTravel

November 11th, 2012
10:05 am

Sorry Camden I didn’t hop on your bus on your way to Moultrie last week as we planned, and be the first one off with my Alabama shirt and trusty binoculars. I really miss not being there to get in Rush Propst’s head again. Actually I didn’t think the blue cats would need me. But, Coach Propst may not be much of a man, but he can really coach, especially when it counts. And he did out-coach Jeff Heron last Friday.

Just wish I had been there!

AVikingFan

November 11th, 2012
10:07 am

Two weeks sportsNUT.

DOSTA DAWGS

November 11th, 2012
11:24 am

I am not taking anything away from coach Pruitt at Coffee, but their is something fundamentally wrong with the Coffee county football program. They have never seemed to be able to put it all together. They have some of the best athletes in the state, but I just think the players really don’t have a passion for football. They are building a million dollar weight room, so we will see what happens.

**** Interesting conversation I heard on local radio show from a Coffee county fan**********
The caller stated that coach Pruitt won all his state titles at a lower classification in Florida. They said he went to Warner Robbins for 1 yr and went 6-4. He had god teams at Fitzgerald, never won or even played for a state title. The caller really questioned was hiring him at Coffee substance or hype?
The caller said he was hired to quiet the people of Coffee county down because their was a loud uprising in Coffee about the coaching situation.

I have a few thought on this: 1. Valdosta went through the same thing when Rick Tomberlin was coach. The community was in an uproar about him. The CATS hired Rance Gillespie who has never won any titles at the 6A level, but he has restructured the program.

2. I think given the chance, Pruitt will rebuild that program and get them on the right track.