By Score Atlanta
Cambridge 14, Forsyth Central 0: Quarterback Bryan Moore completed a 14-yard touchdown pass to Christian Johnson in the last minute of the opening quarter to give host Cambridge a 7-0 lead. In the final minute of the second quarter, Moore found Hunter Smith for an 11-yard touchdown to give the Bears a 14-0 advantage at the half that would hold in a scoreless second half.
Creekside 41, Northgate 13: Dexter Knox had 82 yards rushing and 89 yards receiving and scored three touchdowns for Creekside. Felix Harper was 8-of-14 passing for 210 yards and four touchdowns. Jayson Stanley had four catches for 92 yards and two touchdowns. Evan Berry returned an interception for a touchdown. Chris Collins had 16 tackles, three for losses.
Creekview 35, Northview 28: The visiting Titans were unable to utilize their advantage in total yardage (436-244) due to costly turnovers. Quarterback D.J. Pearson threw two interceptions and both were returned for touchdowns. He also threw for two touchdowns and 392 yards, but the Grizzlies did just enough to capitalize on his mistakes. Kyle Wilkie also threw for two touchdowns to lead the Grizzlies.
Kell 35, Osborne 15: Kell running back Jay Moxey ran for four touchdowns – three in the second half – as visiting Kell held off Osborne. Itabari Mason also ran for a touchdown in the fourth quarter. Kell led just 7-6 at the half before breaking it open to move to 7-0.
Northside-Warner Robins 52, Grovetown 12: The Eagles outrushed the opposition 277-39 and forced four turnovers. Senior quarterback Marcus Ivory completed 6 of 12 passes for 141 yards and a touchdown. Northside-Warner Robins recorded 17 first downs. This was the second time in three weeks in which the Eagles have scored more than 50 points.
Riverwood 42, Sprayberry 17: Khai Anderson and Logan Blackley each scored twice on the ground for Riverwood, and Marcus Rosser (75-yard touchdown run) and Grant Drakeford also ran for scores. On defense, Kendall Morrison had an interception and Izaiah Lackey recovered a fumble for host Riverwood.
Sequoyah 36, North Springs 27: Senior quarterback Lex Lauletta rushed for two touchdowns and threw touchdown passes to Nick Falco and Kyle Wisniewski for visiting Sequoyah. Running back Trey Mitchell also ran for a 4-yard touchdown and converted a 2-point conversion on the Chiefs’ first touchdown of the game.
South Paulding 42, New Manchester 24: South Paulding quarterback Chandler Burks was 14 of 18 passing for 193 yards and four touchdowns to go along with 157 yards rushing. Running back Jae Bowen scored five times (three receiving, two rushing) and had 120 yards receiving. Linebacker Maurice Collier led the South Paulding defense with six solo tackles and five assists.