Class AAAA football roundup

By Score Atlanta

Griffin 35, Northgate 0: The host Bears held a 14-0 lead at the half and ran away with the game in the second half. Miller had two rushing touchdowns and was also the leading rusher. Trey Willis had a long touchdown reception for another score. The Bears held Northgate out of the end zone with a goal-line stand to end the game.

Locust Grove 7, Ola 3: Visiting Locust Grove utilized a 3-yard touchdown run by Tre King to beat Ola in a low-scoring affair. Despite 208 yards of total offense to Ola’s 284, Locust Grove improved its record to 1-1 on the season, while Ola fell to 0-2. Justin Drake caught two passes for 64 yards and also had 28 rushing yards for the visitors.

Riverdale 29, Drew 26: Visiting Riverdale benefitted from a safety off of a blocked punt by Ryan Beasley and fought off a late Drew rally to improve to 2-0. Jordan Metts had two rushing touchdowns and Reshad Canty caught a long touchdown pass to contribute to the win. Isa Muhammed also returned an interception for a touchdown for Riverdale.

Sandy Creek 55, Newnan 28: Sandy Creek overpowered visiting Newnan on the ground and through the air. Quarterback Cole Garvin threw touchdown passes to Demarre Kitt and Cory Banks. Eric Sweeney ran for three touchdowns and Delvin Weems added two more rushing scores. Defensive back Trent Sellers returned an errant Newnan pass for a touchdown. Placekicker Matthew Davenport added six extra points for Sandy Creek.

Stockbridge 15, Upson-Lee 8: Stockbridge won its home opener behind a stout defense. The Tigers came away with three interceptions, with one by Javon Brandon that set up a 15-yard Maetron Thomas touchdown run. Stockbridge scored its other touchdown on a 50-yard touchdown pass from Malachi Brown to Davonte Hamilton.

19 comments Add your comment

old school

September 6th, 2013
10:45 pm

If Newnan had a defense ,, they would have beaten Sandy creek.

PatriotKen

September 6th, 2013
10:53 pm

… and if the Scarecrow had a brain, he could have been King of Oz! If Creek could have tackled a bit better tonight, the score could have been 69-7. Newnan wasn’t going to beat Creek any/no way!

Johnny Ringo

September 6th, 2013
10:54 pm

Yes , and if hadn’t lost my hair, I want not be bald..

Patriot Power

September 6th, 2013
10:59 pm

Newnan had a pretty good offense, but it depended heavily on the big play. Losing by 27 points makes it hard to say what you could have done. I do hope the Cougars win their region.

The Southside High School Observer

September 6th, 2013
11:40 pm

I see that my prediction earlier today came true. The Chiefs of McIntosh put a whippin’ on Alexander, 21 to 7. They played in Douglasville. I have said that this McIntosh team can be a sleeper this year. MHS went 5 and 5 last season, and the group of seniors that Big Mac has this year is talented and it has been a good, solid group since the freshman year when it beat up on Starr’s Mill.

FayettecountyFAN

September 7th, 2013
5:56 am

I noticed Sandy Creek was missing some key players on defense and the players that they had in the was very aggressive and over persuing the play. Also I see the defensive backs making some improvement. Once SC get their pass rush mistakes corrected they will be unbeatable.

Go Trojans!

September 7th, 2013
6:40 am

Carrollton 63, Chapel Hill 0. One of the worst high school football teams I have ever seen.
Could have been 100-0 if we wouldn’t have put in the JV for the entire 2nd half.

Calhoun coming up this week. That should be a better game!

Go Trojans!

Creek Rising!!!

September 7th, 2013
7:57 am

On Newnan’s long TD runs, Sandy Creek had their two best linemen on the bench nursing injuries from last week. If we stayed with the first team QB we would have had a running clock in the third quarter, but coach took his foot off the gas pedal because the back up needed reps, hence the tipped pass pick six and what would have been a 35 point lead became a 21 point lead. That stated, Newnan is a much improved team from last season and they shouldn’t have a problem winning their region.

Monroe's first Redcoat

September 7th, 2013
12:10 pm

My Monroe Area hurricanes rolled into Winder and put a 40-14 beatdown on the double-g Bulldoggs behind FIVE TD runs from Kwan Brooks……and th hits just keep on comin’…next up -n the chopping block – Oconee County, then it’s on to region play!

Black123456789

September 8th, 2013
5:08 am

Don’t brag about a weak schedule! Truth will come out in playoffs!

Cougar4ever

September 8th, 2013
7:39 am

Cougars had a chance Creek Rising you talk about your defensive was on the bench. We had a 6′8′ receiver be covered by a 4′10′ man but only threw to him 3 times so on if we had a real offensive coordinator an a defensive coordinator that want let his player play off the receivers 10 yards we might would of had a better chance. But we will look good for the rest of the season.

rednblack

September 8th, 2013
8:21 am

Sandy Creek was going to beat Newnan. Newnan did not help themselves by dropping 7 passes, and missing 8000 tackles. Sandy Creek is a very talented and well coached team and deserve every bit of recognition that they are receiving. I believe Newnan will win their region simply because of offensive skilled positions and Sandy Creek will win the state for their school.

redhot

September 8th, 2013
2:03 pm

whats did i tell yall about Kentavious Thomas of Baldwin again Peach Couny a power house team Mr K.T had 252 yards rushing yards and 3 TDs and he still dont get no love lol

Trojan '85

September 8th, 2013
4:36 pm

@Creek Rising, @FayettecountyFan, and @PatriotKen. Y’all seem a little shook! Are you guys having trouble in paridise over their? I was at the game against Plant and could tell that y’all graduated some key players off of last years team. I think Sandy Creek is still very good but definitely too a step back to the rest of the pack in class AAAA. GO TROJANS!!!!

Trojan '85

September 8th, 2013
4:40 pm

Carrollton will se exactly how far we’ve come this week against Calhoun. Hopefylly we can get all of our players back on the field by then as we had 6 starters out against Oxford and 3 more against Chapel Hill. So Sandy Creek, don’t go giving yourselves that trophy just yet. its a long season with a lot of games to be played.

Chapel Hill Panthers of Douglas County

September 8th, 2013
6:23 pm

Go Trojans! Good luck against Calhoun, Chapel Hill’s program has been destroyed by the Douglas County School board feeble attempt to elevate Douglas County and New Chester. The Trojans looked great and you should be proud of your kids, however your system is not busing your talent away from your school. Chapel Hill’s talent pool has been disrespected and sent to the schools mentioned above. Those kids who took that beating Friday night are heroes, please cut them some slack. Politics played a heavy hand in their play.

Alexander says

September 8th, 2013
6:29 pm

@The Southside High School Observer, What are you smoking? McIntosh is NOT a good team. They are average at best. You just went up against a better team that had a clueless coach!

Alexander has a great group but the coaching is horrible, just horrible.

Trojan94

September 8th, 2013
6:44 pm

@Chape[ Hill panthers of douglas co I give your kids credit they played hard and with a lot of heart they kept playing until the end they didn’t quit I hope they can find a few W’s this season good luck to those kids the rest of the way

SportsFan31313

September 9th, 2013
10:19 am

Region 3-AAAA Liberty County Panthers are looking very good. Keep your eyes on them.They have the number one Linebacker in the Country.