By Score Atlanta
Clarkston 40, North Cobb Christian 7: Running back Rooshombi Pacquette scored four touchdowns on the ground for the visiting Angoras. The score was not an indication of how this game went. Clarkston took a 19-7 halftime lead, but four Angoras touchdowns were called back because of holding penalties.
Gainesville 55, Flowery Branch 45: The host Red Elephants were led again by quarterback Deshaun Watson, who had over 200 yards rushing and six total touchdowns. Chastin Newman caught a 64-yard pass for a touchdown and finished with 101 yards for Gainesville. Orrin Ragland contributed with a 29-yard touchdown catch for the Red Elephants.
Kell 49, Cambridge 6: Cameron Rosendahl and Jay Moxey ran in second-quarter touchdowns to give host Kell a 28-0 halftime edge. In the opening minute of the second half, Rosendahl found Errol Breaux for a 9-yard touchdown. Itabari Mason added a 24-yard touchdown run and Julian Burris capped off the scoring with an 98-yard interception return for a touchdown.
M.L. King 40, Miller Grove 22: Jamel Smith scored from seven yards out to give the host Lions an early lead and Devin Williams scored on a 30-yard touchdown run for M.L. King. Quarterback Roland Rivers threw three touchdown passes for the Lions. Quarterback John Mitchell scored on a 20-yard run for Miller Grove.
McIntosh 77, Drew 56: The host Chiefs used a career night from Victor Nguyen to propel themselves into the playoffs. Nguyen finished the night with seven touchdowns including five rushing touchdowns of 4, 49, 51, 10 and 5 yards and receiving touchdowns of 56 and 33 yards. Quarterback Andrew Johnson threw for five scores and ran for a 3-yard touchdown.
Mundy’s Mill 27, Northgate 10: The visiting Vikings were tied at seven at the half against Mundy’s Mill. Rodney Smith scored on a 22-yard run and a 34-yard punt return to put the Tigers up for good. Ton Evans scored the only touchdown for Northgate on a 56-yard run.
Northside-Warner Robins 35, Evans 13: Host Northside’s Glenn Smith found Arlie Weber for the first score, followed by a 55-yard punt return by A.J. Booker. Yat Jones intercepted a pass and returned it 34 yards for a touchdown. Marcus Ivory hooked up with Nathan Greene for a 15-yard score. Jamaal Joyner scored the last touchdown for the Eagles on a 13-yard rush.
Sequoyah 53, Pope 21: Lex Lauletta threw two touchdown passes, ran for a 25-yard score, and had a 65-yard interception return at defensive back for hot Sequoyah. Derrion Rakestraw caught a 65-yard touchdown pass and Adam Patterson, who also rushed for a 5-yard score, caught a 75-yarder. Trey Mitchell had touchdown runs of 3 and 21 yards, and D.J. Austin had a 3-yard run.
Winder-Barrow 27, Apalachee 20: CeCe Green gave the visiting Bulldoggs the victory, as he took a punt back 72-yards for the go-ahead score, late in the fourth quarter. Joey Junius scored on a 1-yard plunge to open the scoring for Winder-Barrow and Johnny Hester added another touchdown for the Bulldoggs. Jody Mathis scored two touchdowns for Apalachee.
Woodland-Bartow 36, Rome 34 (3OT): Clay Stocks deflect a pass in triple overtime on a 2-point conversion try to seal the victory for the host Wildcats. Stocks also had a touchdown reception. The game was tied 14-14 at the end of regulation when the Wildcats’ defense stopped the Wolves on fourth down inside the 20. Isaiah Ross scored the winning touchdown in the third overtime.