By Score Atlanta
Creekview 52, North Springs 7: The host Grizzlies forced eight turnovers, including two interception returns for touchdowns by Chandler Wold. Wold took the second interception back 100 yards for the score. Quarterback Kyle Wilkie helped Creekview to a 31-0 halftime lead. Creekview’s defense held the Spartans to less than 250 yards of offense.
Gainesville 63, Loganville 0: This one was over by halftime, as the visiting Red Elephants built a 42-0 lead in 24 minutes. Quarterback Deshaun Watson was sensational in the first two quarters, busting loose for a 56-yard touchdown run and leading seven touchdown drives. Watson also booted a 45-yard punt.
Kell 52, Pope 26: Taylor Henkle caught two touchdowns and had a 38-yard interception return for a score as visiting Kell doubled up Pope. Cameron Rosendahl tossed three touchdowns, also connecting with Darian Harris from 17 yards out. The Longhorns, who improved to 9-0, also got a pair of rushing scores from Jay Moxey and a 42-yard touchdown jaunt by Itabari Mason.
Lakeside-DeKalb 35, North Atlanta 0: The host Vikings claimed their second win of the season and their first shutout since 2009. Kellyen Walker carried the ball 23 times for 226 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Lakeside attack. Quarterback Nicholas Alexander was a perfect 5-for-5 passing for 73 yards and a score. Addison Wooten caught three of those passes for 65 yards and a touchdown.
Northview 48, Forsyth Central 21: Quarterback D.J. Pearson passed for 279 yards and five touchdowns for the host Titans. Pearson completed 20 of 27 passes, seven of which went to Matt Biondich for 146 yards and three touchdowns. Nathan Phillips had 14 carries for 160 yards and a touchdown for Northview.
Sequoyah 33, Cambridge 11: Jake Garner’s first of two touchdown runs and a pair of Lex Lauletta touchdown throws gave visiting Sequoyah an early 21-3 lead. Cambridge’s J.D. White ran in a 2-yard touchdown and a successful Bears 2-point conversion cut the lead to 26-11. The Chiefs answered with a 48-yard Sam Rodgers touchdown run and a James Harris field goal.
South Paulding 42, Paulding County 7: The Spartans went on the road and took care of business with a balanced attack. Quarterback Chandler Burks complete 9-for-15 passing for 197 yards and two touchdowns to go along with his two rushing scores. Both passing touchdowns went to running back Jae Bowen who had 105 yards rushing and two rushing scores. On defense, Trevon Simmons had 11 tackles and two interceptions.
Sprayberry 34, Osborne 28: Shane Young threw a pair of 20-yard touchdown passes to Jontae Williams as Sprayberry held off Osborne. The host Yellow Jackets also got two rushing touchdowns from Rakeem Myricks, one from 47 yards and another from 15 yards. Rodrigo Blankenship kicked field goals of 35 and 43 yards for Sprayberry, which opened the second half with a successful onside kick.
Warner Robins 28, Northside-Warner Robins 18: Warner Robins forced five turnovers and treated its home crowd to an upset of the top-ranked team in the state. Caden Johnston rushed for two touchdowns as the Demons handed Northside-Warner Robins its first regular-season loss since 2009 when it lost this same matchup 21-20. Warner Robins amassed only 160 yards of offense in this one, but it hardly mattered. The Demons’ defensive effort was highlighted by a 23-yard interception return for a third-quarter touchdown by Collins Jones.
Whitewater 38, Starr’s Mill 35: Christian Wafford rushed for three touchdowns—from four, 26 and 35 yards out—as Whitewater held off Starr’s Mill. The host Wildcats led 38-20 early in the fourth quarter before Starr’s Mill mounted a furious rally that ultimately fell short. Whitewater opened the scoring with a 43-yard touchdown pass from Jay Ashley to Josh Alexander. The Wildcats also got a 31-yard field goal from Kenneth Allen and a 2-point conversion pass from Ashley to Matt Ogle following Wafford’s first touchdown.
Woodland-Bartow 28, Hiram 23: The visiting Hornets took a quick 7-0 lead on a touchdown by wide receiver Eli Saucier in the first quarter. Saucier would go on to catch 10 passes for 150 yards and two touchdowns for Hiram. However, his last catch came up three yards short of the end zone and a game-winning touchdown.