By Score Atlanta
Archer 45, Shiloh 16: Archer improved to 6-0, its best start in school history. Gabe Tiller threw three touchdown passes, all in the first half and two of which came from at least 48 yards. Dylan Singleton had a 1-yard touchdown run and a 75-yard interception return for a score to lead the visiting Tigers, who surged to a 42-13 halftime lead.
Camden County 28, Coffee 21: Tyler Rawls scored on a 10-yard run with 17 seconds left to give visiting Camden County the win. Quarterback Dalton Sikes scored on a 1-yard sneak and threw an 8-yard touchdown pass to A.J. Johnson for Camden County, and Antonio Wimbush started off the Wildcats’ scoring with a 5-yard touchdown.
Dacula 21, Brookwood 7: Dacula’s Lawson Cook capped off the scoring with an interception return for a touchdown to preserve his team’s win over visiting Brookwood. The Falcons also got a scoring pass from Aaron Grove to Kelan Fraise and Jakob Brashear added a touchdown run as they raced to a 14-0 lead. Brookwood scored late in the second quarter to make it 14-7 at half, but the Broncos could not get any closer.
Grayson 27, Central Gwinnett 19: Visiting Grayson opened the scoring with a 28-yard Cameryn Brent touchdown run, but Central Gwinnett answered and held a 13-7 halftime advantage. Bryant added his second rushing score of the game in the third quarter and Aares McCall iced the game with a 27-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter.
Harrison 38, Kennesaw Mountain 7: Senior Keegan Karim returned the opening kickoff 85 yards for a touchdown. Harrison’s win over its cross-town foe improved its record to 4-2 and 3-1 in Region 4-AAAAAA. In contrast, Kennesaw Mountain falls to 1-4 and is winless in league play at 0-4.
Hillgrove 35, Pebblebrook 21: Richardre Bagley rushed 25 times for 219 yards and two touchdowns to lead Hillgrove, which led 28-0 at halftime. Elijah Ironside added touchdown passes to Omar Black and Zack Katz for the visiting Hawks. Pebblebrook quarterback Dezmon Huntley threw scoring strikes to Jarvis Ruff and Justin Sims in addition to a touchdown on the ground.
Lovejoy 23, Rockdale County 3: Khaleel Rogers connected with Preston Williams for a 59-yard touchdown pass to give visiting Lovejoy a 7-0 lead. Lovejoy kicker Jaime Nunez added 35- and 38-yard field goals in the second quarter to give the Wildcats their 13-3 halftime lead. In the third quarter, Nunez extended the lead again with a 46-yard boot.
Lowndes 38, Brunswick 30: Lowndes never trailed, but had to stave off a Brunswick rally in order to preserve its road victory. Malik Roberts caught two first-half touchdowns to help the Vikings lead 21-8 at the intermission. Following an interception, Brunswick found the endzone and pulled within 31-30 in the fourth quarter. The Pirates got the ball back trailing by one point, but Eric Hart of Lowndes returned an interception for a touchdown to ice the game.
Luella 37, Druid Hills 0: The visiting Lions had their way versus Druid Hills. Trevone Sullivan rushed for one score and caught another in the lopsided win. Quad Clemmons, Josh White and Steve Osondu, who blocked a punt and scooped up the ball, all added touchdowns. Luella evens its mark at 3-3. Druid Hills drops to 2-3.
Mill Creek 47, Meadowcreek 0: Carter Governale ran in the first of six rushing touchdowns for host Mill Creek. DeVozea Fulton found the endzone on a 45-yard score. Quarterback Daniel David got in on the action with a 15-yard touchdown pass to Eric Ritland before the half and Jordan Sylvain and Evens Fontaine added second-half rushing touchdowns for the Hawks.
Norcross 49, Habersham Central 3: Host Habersham Central opened with a 3-0 lead after Juan Domingo’s 24-yard field goal. Norcross responded with 49 unanswered points, including a pair of Josh Boyd touchdowns in the second quarter. Boyd tossed a touchdown pass to Clinton Lynch in the third quarter and KaDarius Garrett ran in two scores in the final quarter.
North Gwinnett 52, Duluth 21: Quarterback Hayden Sphire threw for four touchdowns, two to Nate Brown, and running back C.J. Leggett ran for three scores for visiting North Gwinnett. Quarterback Thad Bell of Duluth had three touchdown passes. North Gwinnett led just 17-13 at halftime. Both teams had 15 penalties for a combined 395 yards.
Roswell 21, Wheeler 19: Roswell scored all of its points in the first half when the Hornets took a 21-9 lead into the intermission. Shakur Jackson (8 yards), Sheldon Evans (45 yards) and Mechane Slade (8 yards) each had rushing touchdowns. The visiting Hornets held off Wheeler by thwarting a potential game-tying two-point conversion attempt late in the fourth quarter.