Nick Chubb of Cedartown and Kawon Bryant of North Oconee are in pursuit of the state record for touchdowns in a season. Chubb has 29. Bryant has 30. According to GHSFHA.com, these are the most touchdowns scored in a single season:
58 – Washaun Ealey (ECI) 2007
46 – Darius Walker (Buford) 2003
46 – Washaun Ealey (ECI) 2008
45 – Herschel Walker (Johnson County) 1979
45 – Charles Grant (Miller County) 1997
42 – Jessie Miller (Washington County) 1997
40 – Rod Perrymond (Dunwoody) 1993
38 – Nick Chubb (Cedartown) 2012
38 – Michael Hicks (R.E. Lee) 1991
38 – Amel Jackson (Marietta) 1991
38 – Michael Cooper (Screven County) 2001
37 – Tyren Jones (Walton) 2011
37 – Brett Millican (Parkview) 1995
Three prominent GHSA members once were called McDonough Christian Academy, Boys Catholic and Georgia Military Academy. What are they currently known as? Hint: Their combined won-lost record this season is 16-2. (Answer Thursday)
Answer to Tuesday’s question: Micah Andrews is the former Greater Atlanta Christian running back who ranks seventh in state history in career rushing yards with 6,429. Andrews played at GAC from 1999 to 2002. He is a son of former NFL star William Andrews of Thomasville.
“I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.” (Phil. 4:13)
- Duluth coach Jason Conner
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