By Score Atlanta
Camden County 34, East Coweta 14: Visiting East Coweta could not contain Camden County’s J.J. Green, who scored two touchdowns to become school’s leading scorer. Camden County’s Antonio Wimbush scored on a 67-yard run in the third quarter. Quarterback Brice Ramsey threw a 25-yard touchdown pass in the fourth quarter for the hosts.
Colquitt County 26 Newnan 23: Visiting Newnan answered an early 12-0 lead with a Rodney Tennie 20-yard interception return for a touchdown and a Bailey Bryant touchdown pass to J.K. Britt. Colquitt County got a valuable late first half field goal to reclaim the lead. A John Boatwright 18-yard touchdown run would give Colquitt County just enough to edge Newnan.
Lovejoy 36, Marietta 15: Host Lovejoy fell behind 8-0 in the first quarter before scoring 29 unanswered points. Quarterback Alejandro Benefield threw for 152 yards and three touchdowns. Brandon Davis iced the victory when he intercepted a pass in the end zone and returned it 105 yards for a score.
Mill Creek 56, Brookwood 21: Host Mill Creek used four Brookwood turnovers to roll past the Broncos. Jacorey Lewis ran the ball 34 times for 252 yards and three scores. DeVonzea Felton added 78 yards on 11 carries and a score. Quarterback Daniel David found Michael Cheeks three times for 85 yards and a touchdown. David also rushed for three scores.
North Cobb 42, Langston Hughes 14: J’Vonte Herrod had four rushing touchdowns and one receiving for visiting North Cobb. Herrod opened the scoring with a first quarter rushing touchdown before teammate Nick Miller picked up a Langston Hughes fumble and found the end zone on the ensuing kickoff. Herrod extended the 21-14 halftime lead and the North Cobb defense forced a scoreless second half.
Parkview 23, West Forsyth 20 (OT): Visiting Parkview claimed its second road overtime playoff win in a row. Rob Youngblood found Mac Marshall for a 37-yard touchdown in the first quarter before West Forsyth quarterback A.J. Erdely answered with a rushing touchdown. Parkview’s Shaq Vareen scored the first of his two touchdowns before the half and after a blocked PAT the Panthers trailed 17-13. Vareen forced overtime with a game-tying 5-yard touchdown. In the overtime, West Forsyth was held to a field goal. Parkview then took over on the 15 and Justice Rosser took the first-down snap of overtime in for a game-winning touchdown run.