By Score Atlanta
Drew 35, Starr’s Mill 34: Starr’s Mill recovered from a 21-0 halftime deficit to tie the game at 28 before scoring a touchdown with 20 seconds remaining to pull to within 35-34. The visiting Panthers went for a two-point conversion but fumbled a toss sweep to end their comeback chances. Drew quarterback Brandon Pearson threw touchdowns to three different receivers. Maurice Cash scored the go-ahead touchdown for the Titans on a kick return midway through the fourth quarter.
Dunwoody 20, Miller Grove 8: The host Wildcats notched their first win of the season as senior running back Aaron Alexander scored two rushing touchdowns for the Wildcats, one after an interception. After Tylor Scales intercepted the ball near midfield, Alexander scampered 37 yards for the score to push the lead to 14-0.
Gainesville 48, Heritage-Conyers 7: Gainesville scored touchdowns on its first seven possessions to make quick work of host Heritage-Conyers. DeShaun Watson threw five touchdown passes in the first half and six total as the Red Elephants built leads of 34-0 at halftime and 48-0 in the third quarter. Rodney Lackey caught two touchdowns and Jay Gaudlock had 110 receiving yards for Gainesville.
Kell 35, North Springs 0: Darian Harris scored rushing touchdowns of 40 and 10 yards for visiting Kell. Itabari Mason and Jay Moxey added rushing scores of 45 and 25 yards, respectively, and Taylor Henkel threw a 17-yard touchdown pass to Bryson Armstrong. Michael McCain added an interception for the Kell defense.
McIntosh 28, Mundy’s Mill 27: The Chiefs rallied from a 21-7 halftime deficit to defeat the winless Tigers in Clayton County. McIntosh quarterback Andrew Johnson completed 15 of 25 for 175 yards and two touchdowns. He also rushed for 90 yards and reached the end zone twice in the victory. McIntosh is now 5-0.
Northgate 17, Union Grove 14: Vikings’ kicker James Skalski drilled a 22-yard field goal as time expired to give his team the win on the road. Running back T.J. Womack rushed for two touchdowns as Northgate improved to 3-2. After jumping out to a 3-0 mark, Union Grove has now lost two in a row.
South Paulding 48, Allatoona 45: Josh Bettistea scored two first half rushing touchdowns and Russell Hamilton returned a punt for a touchdown and also found the endzone on a 5-yard run to give Allatoona a 28-14 halftime advantage. South Paulding quarterback Chandler Burks led a furious comeback and finished with 395 yards passing, four touchdowns and a pair of rushing scores.