AAA roundup: Woodward overcomes Westminster

By Score Atlanta

Blessed Trinity 30, White County 0: The Titans evened their record at 2-2 on the season after blanking White County. Quarterback Conor Davis recorded a touchdown with both his arm and his feet to lead the team. Milton Shelton had the biggest play of the night, scoring on a 75-yard run.

Cartersville 55, North Murray 15: Host Cartersville led 55-7 after three quarters. Quarterback Brooks Barden ran in a pair of scores in the first half and threw four touchdown passes in the third quarter. Mark Quattlebaum caught Cartersville’s final score on a 57-yard completion from Barden and scored a defensive touchdown in the first half.

Decatur 42, Clarkston 10: At the Decatur High Stadium, freshman wide out Dennis Bell’s first four varsity receptions, including two for touchdowns, led Decatur to its first 4-0 start since 2005. Clarkston took a 3-0 lead with 6:57 left in the first on junior Santino Jerke’s booming 55-yard field goal. But Decatur ran off six straight touchdowns – Bell had catches of 15 and 33 yards for TDs – to take a 42-3 lead with 11:48 left in the game. Decatur junior Demetrius Harris had a career-high 128 yards on 11 carries, while senior Nick Bentley added 85 yards on 8 attempts (all in first half), with each back scoring a touchdown apiece. Clarkston falls to 1-4. For Decatur, which first fielded football team in 1913, it was the 475th all-time victory against 411 losses.

Woodward Academy 30, Westminster 15: Terry Googer had 22 carries for 190 yards and three scores for host Woodward Academy. Googer also completed seven of nine passes for 94 yards and a score. The War Eagles led 23-0 in the third quarter before Westminster pulled to within 23-15. Woodward iced it with a 49-yard scoring jaunt by Googer.

5 comments Add your comment

WE DAT

September 21st, 2013
2:24 pm

Doesn’t seem like much high school coverage this week.

Region 7-AAA

September 21st, 2013
5:17 pm

Ready to get a full blown region slate going this next week!

7-AAA is much improved this year across the board, except for one or two. Can’t wait to see how it pans out this season. I think Dawson County might miss the playoffs this season. Who knows.

High 5

September 22nd, 2013
6:29 am

Can you show Towers High some love! Just a little line or something!!!

Cartersvilleman

September 22nd, 2013
2:14 pm

I am guessing until the rest of us AAA get our OWN sportswriter like SPX has, you’ll continue to just spotty coverage.

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