By Score Atlanta
Archer 37, Mountain View 0: Visiting Archer sealed raced to a 27-0 lead at the half and was paced by quarterback Gabe Tiller. The senior tossed touchdown passes to Kyle Davis, K.J. Palmer and Blake Woods in the first half.
Berkmar 9, Duluth 3: Visiting Berkmar scored the game’s only touchdown in the first quarter on Rashad Hall’s 8-yard rushing touchdown. Duluth added a field goal to close the quarter, but went scoreless the rest of the game. Berkmar forced a Wildcat safety in the fourth quarter.
Collins Hill 22, Central Gwinnett 0: Visiting Collins Hill took an 8-0 lead into halftime after a 10-yard rushing touchdown by Tyler Henderson and his subsequent 2-point conversion. Henderson added a 50-yard rushing touchdown in the third quarter and Rhyan England made it 22-0 after a 60-yard touchdown run.
East Coweta 49, Henry County 8: Weylin Orr tallied three first-half touchdowns for host East Coweta. Alex Branch, Malik Robinson and freshman Carlos Ford added first-half scores and the Indians led 42-0 at the half. Weylin’s brother Elishua’s touchdown capped the scoring at 49-8.
Marietta 63, Pope 13: Tyrell Tomlin and T.J. Bulock returned interceptions for touchdowns in the opening half, giving host Marietta a 42-7 lead at the break. With a running clock in the third quarter, Kadeem Wallington increased the advantage to 56-7 with Marietta’s third interception return for a touchdown.
Rockdale County 20, Salem 0: Quarterback Zuri Minnifield provided more than enough offense for host Rockdale County. Minnifield threw for a touchdown pass and rushed for another. The Rockdale defense also intercepted three Salem passes.
Shiloh 48, Meadowcreek 7: Charles Shavers ran for a school-record 247 yards and five scores as the host Generals won their home opener. Shavers had 196 in the first half and four scores as Shiloh led 41-0 at the half.
South Forsyth 21, Northview 17: Nathan Phillips scored two rushing touchdowns (on carries of 12 and 50 yards) for Northview, but the scores were not enough to hold off visiting South Forsyth. Quarterback D.J. Pearson of Northview completed 25-for-36 passes for 311 yards, but no touchdowns.