Top performances from Week 12

Here are some of the top individual performances from last week:

Top five

*Aquinas RB/LB Brendan Douglas rushed for 300 yards and five touchdowns on 22 carries and made 17 tackles in a 42-14 victory over First Presbyterian.

*Brunswick QB Cory Dixon passed for 401 yards and four touchdowns, completing 20 of 26 attempts, and rushed for 60 yards in a 50-37 victory over Tift County. WR Lavosh Wynn had eight catches for 212 yards and a touchdown.

*Colquitt County QB Cole Segraves was 20-for-34 for 160 yards and rushed 18 times for 164 yards and had a 70-yard touchdown run in a 13-12 victory over No. 1-ranked Camden County in Class AAAAAA.

*Glynn Academy RB Jonathan Alford scored six touchdowns, rushed for 342 yards and had 81 yards receiving in 70-26 victory over Jenkins.

*Lovett RB Grant Haley rushed for 101 yards and a touchdown on 18 carries, caught three passes for 44 yards and a touchdown and blocked the potential tying extra point late in the fourth quarter of a 31-30 victory over Greater Atlanta Christian that clinched the Region 6-AA title.

Best of the rest

*Alpharetta QB Joshua Dobbs passed for 354 yards and a touchdown and scored two touchdowns in a 35-32 victory over Johns Creek. Dobbs finished the regular season with 3,354 yards passing, the most in the state.

*Apalachee DL Rakim Peters had 13 tackles, four for losses, and two sacks in a 42-20 victory over Winder-Barrow.

*Athens Academy RB Taylor Allen rushed for 151 yards and caught two passes for 24 yards in a 27-9 victory over Athens Christian.

*Bainbridge QB/RB Damian Bouie rushed for 262 yards – 221 in the first half – and scored three touchdowns in a 49-42 victory over Lee County. Bouie is usually a tailback but started at quarterback because of an injury.

*Cairo RB P.J. Davis rushed for 188 yards and scored four touchdowns in a 56-22 victory over Dougherty.

*Carrollton freshman RB Jarvis Terrell rushed for 240 yards and two touchdowns in a 41-14 victory over LaGrange.

*Cass QB Brandon Etheridge threw for 187 yards and two touchdowns and scored two touchdowns, most of it after returning from a dislocated thumb, in a 35-15 victory over LaFayette.

*Centennial QB Chase Rosenberg was 32-of-47 passing for 347 yards and two touchdowns and scored a touchdown in a 33-20 loss to Chattahoochee.

*Central Gwinnett WR Justin Brownlee had 13 catches for 258 yards and a touchdown in a 48-35 victory over Shiloh. Brownlee finished his season with 81 catches for 1,337 yards. RB Jourdin Shiloh also rushed for 204 yards in the game, and QB Erman Westmoreland was 28-of-38 passing for 395 yards and two touchdowns and scored two touchdowns.

*Dooly County RB Chanin Hamilton rushed for 225 yards and two touchdowns in a 48-0 victory over Evans.

*East Paulding RB Kamani Thomas rushed for 129 yards and a touchdown on 22 carries in a 25-7 victory over Allatoona that clinched a region championship. Thomas finished the regular season with 1,549 yards rushing for a 10-0 team.

*Fellowship Christian RB Tyler Hart rushed for 221 yards and two touchdowns on 15 carries in a 56-6 victory over Southwest Atlanta Christian.

*Grayson RB/DE Robert Nkemdiche rushed for 61 yards and a touchdown on eight carries and had two sacks and two QB hurries in a 42-13 victory over Brookwood that earned Grayson the Region 8-AAAAAA title.

*Hardaway sophomore RB Justin Crawford rushed for 337 yards and four touchdowns in a 33-20 victory over Northside of Columbus. Because of a hardship waiver detaining him, Crawford played in only five varsity games and finished with 825 yards rushing and seven touchdowns on 96 carries.

*Hiram QB Rodrick Harrison set a school record with four touchdown passes and threw for 222 yards in a 42-6 victory over New Manchester.

*Johns Creek QB Skye Overton rushed for 195 yards and passed for 87 in a 35-32 loss to Alpharetta.

*Johnson-Gainesville RB Cedric Harris rushed for 259 yards rushing and four touchdowns in a 40-21 victory over Heritage-Ringgold.

*Jones County RB Undre Williams rushed for 271 yards and five touchdowns in a 48-37 victory over Grovetown. Williams has 1,890 yards rushing and 30 touchdowns on the season.

*Lee County QB Stephen Collier passed for 361 yards and five touchdowns in a 49-42 loss to Bainbridge. He also scored a touchdown. RB Kenneth Hurley had 10 receptions for 212 yards and three touchdowns.

*Marist DL/TE Greg Taboada had four solo tackles and a sack, broke up a pass and caught a two-point conversion in a 42-14 victory over Carver of Atlanta that decided a region championship.

*McEachern QB Ty Griffin rushed for 222 yards and four touchdowns in a 33-30 victory over Hillgrove. Griffin has scored 17 touchdowns and rushed for nearly 1,000 yards in only seven games.

*Milton RB Peyton Barber rushed for 218 yards and three touchdowns and RB Treyvon Paulk ran for 142 and two touchdowns in a 42-14 victory over Woodstock.

*North Murray QB Brady Swilling passed for 307 yards and three touchdowns and rushed for 187 yards and a touchdown in a 50-26 loss to Gordon Central. Swilling finished the season with 1,510 yards rushing and 12 touchdowns and 1,519 yards passing and 16 touchdowns. He is believed to be the only quarterback in the state with more than 1,500 yards both rushing and passing.

*Northside (Warner Robins) RB/WR Keshun Hill rushed for 198 yards and two touchdowns on 15 carries in a 45-0 victory over Evans.

*Prince Avenue RB Carl Mattox rushed for 208 yards and two touchdowns in a 17-14 loss to George Walton Academy.

*Putnam County RB Gary waller rushed for 244 yards and three touchdowns in a 49-7 victory over Monticello.

*Roswell WR Bennett Barton had five receptions for 225 yards and two touchdowns in a 28-24 victory over Walton.

*Screven County RB Jeremy Johnson scored three touchdowns, giving him 30 on the season, and rushed for 113 yards on 16 carries in a 39-20 victory over Dublin. It was Screven’s first victory over Dublin since the 2002 state championship game.

*South Effingham RB Josh Mercer rushed for 192 yards and Corderro Leverett had 122 in a 26-10 victory over Richmond Academy.

*South Gwinnett LB Reggie Carter had 19 tackles and a sack in a 16-14 victory over Parkview.

*South Paulding RB Jae Bowen rushed for 144 yards and averaged 49 yards per punt in a 48-14 victory over Lithia Springs.

*Temple RB Mules Simmons rushed for 132 yards and had 73 yards receiving and scored two touchdowns in a 23-16 victory over Chattahoochee County.

*Upson-Lee QB Corey Moss rushed for 202 yards on 22 carries in a 23-11 victory over Woodland of Stockbridge.

*Ware County DT/TE Jimal McBride had eight solo tackles and three QB hurries on defense and graded 98 percent with 19 knockdown blocks on offense in a 49-0 victory over Effingham County in a region championship game.

*Whitewater RB Kendall Conley rushed for 225 yards and four touchdowns on 18 carries in a 42-14 victory over Ola. Conley has rushed for 1,475 yards and 26 touchdowns.

*Wilcox County WR Johnathan Howard caught 10 passes for 151 yards in a 21-0 victory over Telfair County.

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November 13th, 2012
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November 13th, 2012
11:00 pm

Lambert Longhorn

November 14th, 2012
7:20 am

How did the West Forsyth QB do Friday night? I think the Lambert Nation knows!


November 14th, 2012
7:54 am


To Tell the Truth

November 14th, 2012
8:05 am

@ Lambert Longhorn – I think all knows as he was owned by the Longhorn defense led by Russell Moynette. What kills me is that we under used Chandler Register all year as he was our real QB and playmaker on offense without at doubt!!!

tide roll

November 14th, 2012
8:12 am

No Uga offer for Alpharetta QB Joshua Dobbs ?! How can Coach Booboo just decide on Brice Ramsey BEFORE the season even begins. He and Richt have basically sent a message to QB(s) like Dobbs, Anthony Jennings, Jonathan McCrary, that: WE’VE ALREADY MADE OUR PLANS AND THEY DON”T INCLUDE YOU. SO GO AHEAD AND HAVE A GREAT SENIOR YEAR BECAUSE YOUR PERFORMANCE ON THE FIELD DOESN’T MATTER.

tide roll

November 14th, 2012
8:20 am

It’s friggin UN-AMERICAN. This country was built on effort. These kids were raised believing that you would be rewarded based on that. “May the best man win.” Anthony Jennings was clearly the better Quarterback in the Elite 11 regionals. In fact he won the thing. Ramsey didn’t place in the finals. It makes you wonder the real reason Uga offers Ramsey and not these other kids. What is this, 1950? I tell you, Richt is constantly singing the praises of this guy Bobo, but I’m not so sure that he’s not the main reason that UGA hasn’t won a National Title in forever.


November 14th, 2012
9:17 am

To lambert nation…..and who won?

To Tell the Truth

November 14th, 2012
9:35 am

@ wolverinewon, the only reason you won is that we went for two since we had nothing to lose. To be the 5th ranked team in the state at the time, you should have blown us off the field, but DID NOT!

You won’t go far in the playoffs, bank on it!!


November 14th, 2012
10:07 am

To tell the truth….you are another one of those wanna beeeeee’s….it is what it is….ya’ll played a cupcake schedule and got your 5 wins….enjoy the show from the cheap seats!

To Tell the Truth

November 14th, 2012
10:25 am

WE will and will relish when you don’t go and win the state!


November 14th, 2012
10:50 am

See, your team plays their heart out for you, and your coaches coach as hard as they can, and both teams leave the field knowing they competed at the highest level against each other, and that is what high school football is all about. But then , ungrateful people like yourself blame the coaches or other things because that is all you can do. There is the difference between and true fan of the game, and just what i said, a wanna be! Good luck to you next year.


November 14th, 2012
11:23 am

“How did the West Forsyth QB do Friday night? I think the Lambert Nation knows!”

How did he do? He won. He made plays all night actually.

“@ wolverinewon, the only reason you won is that we went for two since we had nothing to lose. To be the 5th ranked team in the state at the time, you should have blown us off the field, but DID NOT!

You won’t go far in the playoffs, bank on it!!”

Actually the only reason it was even close was the exhorbitant amount of penalties the offense had. Kinda hard to get something going when that happens. Please don’t try and argue it was your smothering defense that held the O in check.

HS football dude

November 14th, 2012
11:33 am

Lambert could not finish games all season. Can you say ” Overrated”?


November 14th, 2012
1:58 pm

Irwin Co RB Ryan Peterson rushed 23 times for 273 yards and 3 touchdowns. He also caught 1 pass for 49 yards and a touchdown in a 55-34 win over Charlton Co.


November 14th, 2012
3:24 pm

Brice Ramsey is also an All-American kicker. The Bulldogs get 2 for 1 in signing him.


November 14th, 2012
4:18 pm

If Murray leaves UGA for pros (which is expected), Brice Ramsey will be carrying a clipboard unless he is kicking (but think of the trick play opportunities). Former Lassiter QB Hutson Mason is red-shirting this year and the job is his to lose in 2013. If you are not familiar with his resume, just look up Georgia HS passing records. He has looked really good in limited action with UGA before being re-shirted this year. Having said that, a little depth is never a bad thing, just look at Maryland. UGA shows a total of 6 QBs on the roster this year and only Murray is likely not to be back. So I guess UGA is satisfied with the group they have plus the one coming in. Not all the eggs are in the Ramsey basket.


November 14th, 2012
4:40 pm

East Paulding RB Kyler Neal ran 12 times for 113 yards, and 2 TD’s in the Region Championship game against Allatoona. Neal finished the regular season with 1211 yards of total Offense, and 22 TD’s on the season for a 10-0 team.


November 14th, 2012
5:53 pm

Only time I saw Hutson Mason play was when he was a senior and Colquitt County pounded him and Lassiter out of the playoffs. Unless Mason has gotten a lot better, I would not bet the farm on him.


November 14th, 2012
11:13 pm

Cole Seagraves picked the Packers up on his shoulders and carried them all the way through to an amazing second victory in two years over a superior Camden team. He ran the ball as slow and as powerful as a bulldozier. But when he took off on the 70 yard TD run, He looked like Sid Bream trying to get around third to home plate. Cole and the OL would not be denied. His passing game was surgical and affective! Finally, the game winning 80 yard drive was impressive against an awesome Camden defense.

These two tems, the last to years, the two greatest high school football games I have ever witnessed.

Senior Night, In the HOGPEN!


Camden has a great team and may win it ALL!

Go Pack!

Go Region 1AAAAAA!


November 15th, 2012
9:32 am

Packdaddy, that was just the simple matter of Colquitt County being the better team and less a reflection on the ability of Mason. He has not played this year, but in very limited action prior to this year, his career line is 27/47 (57.4%), 356 yards, 0 int, 3 TD, 142.14 rating. He has the arm strength and makes quick reads. After the redshirt is applied this year he will have 2 years eligibility. With Printz heading to Mizzou, we could see a duel of former Lassiter QBs in an SEC game in the next couple years. That would be really cool for Lassiter football.