Class A roundup

By Score Atlanta

Fellowship Christian 38, Whitefield Academy 33: Host Fellowship Christian’s running back Travis Kinney had two touchdowns in the first half. Fellowship Christian quarterback Hunter Bryant had 247 passing yards in the first. Bryant had a 71-yard touchdown pass to Taylor Cookston in the first half and a 31-yard touchdown pass to Alex Edmonds in the third.

George Walton Academy 50, Hebron Christian 20: Host George Walton Academy saw their running back Stanley Williams score a 22-yard touchdown in the first and a 84-yard touchdown in the second. George Walton’s quarterback Tucker Shull competed a 71-yard touchdown pass to Demetrios Mason. Mason also had a 37-yard touchdown rush in the third.

Holy Innocents’ 55, Mt. Vernon 0: Quarterback Luke Wright, who only played during the first half, completed 4 of 5 passes for 120 yards and two touchdowns. Wright also recorded a rushing touchdown. The win snapped the Golden Bears’ three-game losing streak, improving their record to 3-3.

Landmark Christian 17, Our Lady of Mercy 13: The War Eagles remained undefeated at 6-0 after edging the visiting Bobcats. Trailing 13-10 in the fourth quarter, running back Darius Smith ran it in from 21 yards. Our Lady of Mercy falls to 1-4 on the season.

Mount Pisgah 47, Walker 0: Hosting Mount Pisgah started the game with a 95-yard kick return for a touchdown by Browning Dunn. Quarterback Aaron Winchester went 10 for 13 for 143 yards and two touchdowns while backup Jacob Delk had a 49-yard touchdown pass and also had two interceptions on defense. Kicker Chase Clark kicked two 34-yard field goals

Pace Academy 40, Strong Rock Christian 0: Quarterback Kevin Johnson threw for 209 yards on 14 of 19 passing with four touchdowns. Wide receiver Kameron Uter caught five balls for 80 yards with two touchdowns. Fellow wide outs Spencer Hemmingway and Denzel Franklin also grabbed touchdown passes.

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October 4th, 2013
9:59 pm

OLM has some big fast guys. Wouldn’t want to play them very many times. Great game.


October 4th, 2013
11:07 pm

Unfortunately for OLM, they play probably in the toughest region and have one of the toughest non-region schedules with Mt. Paran, Mt. Pisgah, and Athens Academy. They just don’t seem to be able to close out games. They did the same thing last year and had a bunch of close losses.

I truly thought Walker would give Pisgah a tough game tonight, and was shocked by the outcome. 27-0 at the end of the first quarter and 37-0 at halftime. Wasn’t pretty. Walker is definitely in a rebuilding year after last season. STC, I’d be circling that Pisgah/Paran game. That’ll most likely determine 6B and Pisgah very well might be 7-0 going into that game.

At last

October 5th, 2013
12:30 am

Rival teams tend to step up their play when they play each other. Tonight was prime example of that. I did expect more out of the home team but they held on defensively. OLM has some great players and its unfortunate that they are 1-4. Landmark seems classic over the last few years of out coaching and wearing teams down. This would have been an opportunity to revitalize their confidence and season but with the next few games they play they need to play like they played Landmark tonight. OLM in the first half gave Landmark all they could handle, but for the exception of a few penalties in the 2nd half it was all Landmark. Hats off to the Landmark defense they don’t have any weaknesses that I can see. I said a close one or a blow out. Close one 21-16…even closer 17-13.

At last

October 5th, 2013
12:47 am

Keep your eye on Mt. Pisgah it seems that they have it right right now. I never thought Walker could be beat and out played that bad. Watch out of for this group of bad boys they just might be the truth. Keep fighting Mt. Pisgah!