Class AAAA football roundup

By Score Atlanta

Carrollton 35, Oxford (Ala.) 14: Carrollton scored four touchdowns in the second quarter to break the game open as the Trojans led 28-7 at the half. Despite the lopsided score, Oxford actually outgained Carrollton 367-293, but was undone by three interceptions. Four Carrollton rushers scored touchdowns.

Carver-Atlanta 20, Mays 19: Carver defeated Mays thanks to strong special teams and timely defensive play in a game played at Lakewood Stadium. Carver’s special teams blocked two blocked extra points and the defense recorded a safety.

Eagle’s Landing 41, Ola 10: Host Eagle’s Landing outscored Ola 28-0 after its 13-10 halftime lead. In the third quarter, Corey Holloway scored a 15-yard touchdown, and the Eagles added a Bradley Dewberry interception return for a touchdown and two Sedrick Palmer rushing scores in the fourth.

Griffin 59, Dutchtown 35: Visiting Griffin scored 35 points in the opening half and added its final two scores in the third quarter. DeVonte Montgomery sparked the Dutchtown offense and added a 55-yard touchdown run through the Bears’ defense in the second quarter to cut into Griffin’s lead.

Marist 29, Clarke Central 18: Griffin King ran for two touchdowns in the third quarter to spark host Marist. Marcus Miller got the scoring underway in the first quarter with a 5-yard run and Marist led 10-3 at the half. Marist’s Matt Perez had a 13-yard touchdown run in the fourth.

Monroe Area 48, Loganville 21: All seven of visiting Monroe Area’s touchdowns came from Stanton Truitt. The Hurricanes’ quarterback threw for three touchdowns and rushed for four scores (12, 5, 77 and 37 yards). Loganville trailed 35-7 at the half, and Red Devils quarterback, Royce Harrison, finished with three touchdown passes.

Woodland-Henry 40, Walnut Grove 16: Quarterback Taylor Poff led Woonland to a 33-0 halftime lead by throwing for five touchdowns. Receivers Mark Bussey and Justin Strozier each had two touchdown receptions while sophomore Devin Pate returned a punt 80 yards for a score.

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Beat Dunwoody!

August 30th, 2013
10:20 pm

Chamblee 28 Donewoody 0. That is twenty-eight to zero.


August 31st, 2013
4:58 am


Go Trojans!

August 31st, 2013
7:01 am

Carrollton had 4 offensive line starters out and at least 2 starters on defense out. Most should return this next week. 2nd string played from middle of 3rd quarter until the end.

Overall, looked good but not strong against the pass. Good first game to start against a strong 6A Alabama team.

Carver Panther 1

August 31st, 2013
8:26 am

The Panthers are back!!! Always feels good to start off with a win against your rival. 1 down 14 to go.


August 31st, 2013
8:41 am

yeah go Trojans you could tell teague held back a little to prevent any more starters from getting hurt or carrollton would have put up 60 the offense looked really good last night

Real Dekalb Vet

August 31st, 2013
10:01 am

@Carver Panther 1 – Good win, I hope you all have a decent kicker this year. Don’t want to see Carver lose in the playoffs due to not having the ability to make extra points and at least kicking 20 yard field goals.


August 31st, 2013
10:29 am

That’s what happens when a team recruits its players – you win at any cost. Right Ken

Carver Panther 1

August 31st, 2013
11:27 am

@ Real Dekalb Vet. Good Point! The kicking game is a work in progress. Hopefully it will be solidified in the next couple weeks.


August 31st, 2013
12:14 pm

Griffin was the HOME team, not the visitors. The Griffin Bears totally dominated an eager but out-coached bulldog squad from Dutchtown. No “bones” about it….Griffin is under-rated and are a sleeper team this year. BEAR-DOWN!!

Dekalb Co Guy

September 1st, 2013
11:41 am

@Go Trojan

Not taking anything away from Carrollton as they are a definite state contender but 6A Alabama is no where near the quality of 6A in Georgia. Their is a huge disparity in enrollment in Alabama 6A schools. If Carrollton was in Alabama their enrollment would classify them as 6A.