AAAAAA roundup

By Score Atlanta

Alpharetta 31, Johns Creek 26: Andre Harton returned the opening kickoff 95 yards for a touchdown to give host Alpharetta an early lead, but Johns Creek answered and entered halftime with a 20-10 edge. In the third quarter, Alpharetta’s Lem Cobbs ran in a 30-yard touchdown and Austin King found Harton for a 58-yard touchdown reception. Miles Smith iced the game with a 43-yard touchdown run.

Brookwood 30, Grayson 27 (OT): Placekicker Brandon Morrow’s fifth field goal was the game-winner, as Brookwood kicked on the first play of its possession after stopping Grayson on a fourth down in overtime. The host Broncos scored two touchdowns, as tight end Keenan Sweeney caught a pass from Joey McLane and then caught a 2-point conversion, and Jesse Brown had a rushing score.

Camden County 22, Colquitt County 15: Antonio Wimbush started the scoring for host Camden County with a 15-yard rushing touchdown. Tyler Rauls added another with a 1-yard rushing touchdown later in the first quarter. Demetri Saulsberry recovered a fumble for a 33-yard touchdown before the half. Colquitt lost three fumbles and threw one interception in the loss.

Coffee 38, Valdosta 17: Lacarvius Sears ran for 101 yards and a touchdown on 12 carries for the visiting Trojans. Quarterback Tyree Paulk threw for 191 yards and three touchdowns for Coffee. Jalen Wilkerson had two catches for 71 yards and a touchdown for the Trojans. Running back Jeremiah Ashley chipped in for 63 of Coffee’s 234 total rushing yards.

Collins Hill 45, Mill Creek 34: Senior running back Tyler Henderson rushed 18 times for 201 yards and three touchdowns for visiting Collins Hill, including a 74-yard scoring run. Rhyan England had two interceptions on defense and a touchdown catch from quarterback Tyler Herman, who finished 25-of-34 passing for 266 yards and three touchdowns.

Duluth 26, Mountain View 15: The host Wildcats took a 13-8 lead to the half and allowed only one score after the opening drive. Theo Burnette and Devin Terry each had a rushing touchdown and Thad Bell threw a touchdown pass to Khalil Newton. Kicker Nikolai Iotav made 39- and 46-yard field goals.

East Coweta 24, Newnan 7: Visiting East Coweta led 10-0 in the third quarter before Newnan got on the board with a 31-yard Dee Snelling touchdown run. The Indians extended their lead to 17-7 with a 66-yard rushing score from Weylin Orr and Bryce Gemmel added his second rushing touchdown with 30 seconds remaining to make it 24-7.

Lambert 33, West Forsyth 14: Host West Forsyth struck first with an early 9-yard Trevor O’Brien touchdown run, but Lambert answered with a safety and the first of three Tanner Hall field goals to trail 7-5 at the half. Tucker Maxwell paced Lambert in the second half with a pair of rushing touchdowns and added a touchdown pass to Tanner Hall.

Lassiter 37, Etowah 20: The host Trojans scored four rushing touchdowns, three by Corey John and one by Derion Cannon. Quarterback Will Anderson threw a touchdown pass to Mason Waters, and Luke Hardin added a 42-yard field goal. Lassiter led just 10-7 at halftime.

Langston Hughes 30, Westlake 0: D’Andre Walker helped the visiting Panthers defense pitch a shutout. Walker had three sacks and forced two fumbles and the defense as a whole intercepted three passes, one returned 65 yards for a touchdown by Jalen Turner. Kinan Humphrey threw two touchdown passes and Emile Sexton had a 65-yard touchdown run.

Norcross 59, Meadowcreek 14: A.J. Bush threw for a 32-yard touchdown to Chris Herndon and rushed for a 4-yard score for visiting Norcross. Josh Boyd rushed for 110 yards and a touchdown, and KaDarius Garrett (105 rushing yards), Myles Autry (8-yard touchdown) and James Keeling (6-yard touchdown) also contributed on the ground. Norcross scored on two interception returns (Ridwan Issahaku and Brandon Garner).

North Forsyth 17, South Forsyth 12: Kicker Joseph Bailey put the host Raiders up 3-0 at the half. South Forsyth quarterback Matthew White drove the War Eagles down to the 14-yard line with a chance to win with 19 seconds left, but a holding penalty moved the ball back to the 24 and North Forsyth held.

Shiloh 31, Central Gwinnett 14: Shiloh running back James Mials had a 2-yard rushing  touchdown along with a 35-yard touchdown reception. Sophomore running back Jeremy McDuffie added a 3-yard touchdown run and a 58-yard touchdown run for the host Generals late to seal the victory. This is Shiloh’s first winning season in 10 years.

South Gwinnett 35, Parkview 21: Daivon Harris ran in a pair of first-half touchdowns and Malik Brown added a 6-yard rushing score eight seconds before halftime to give visiting South Gwinnett a 21-10 lead. In the second half, Craig Langston ran in an 11-yard touchdown and Brown tossed an 18-yard score to Elijah Shah.

Walton 33, Roswell 14: James Whitaker’s touchdown pass to Kendal Smith gave visiting Roswell a 7-3 halftime lead. Karekin Brooks initiated Walton’s 30-point second half with an 8-yard touchdown run and D.J. Smith added a 52-yard punt return touchdown. Chad Clay caught a 21-yard touchdown pass from Price Wilson, Henry Rowling added a 1-yard score and Dreyon Williams recorded a safety.

86 comments Add your comment

Lil Brother

November 8th, 2013
10:38 pm

Coffee 38 Valdosta 17..Big upset..Go Trojans u finally played like we knew you could.

Yep

November 8th, 2013
10:46 pm

Camden 22 Colquit 15

DOSTA DAWG

November 8th, 2013
10:50 pm

Good win Coffee Trojans!!!! You guys played with a lot of heart and fire. We played sloppy and uninspired!!! If we play like that next week, it will be 1 and done in the playoffs!!!!! Totally unexceptable effort tonite from the WildCats!!!!

Camden74

November 8th, 2013
10:52 pm

Do what? RELEASE the CATS!!!! :-D

DOSTA DAWG

November 8th, 2013
10:53 pm

I see Propst still can’t win a region1 Championship!!!!!! lol

Camden74

November 8th, 2013
10:56 pm

Congratulations to the Camden County Wildcats! 2013 Georgia Region 1, 6A Champions! Thirteen in a row! Good game Colquitt. Let’s go Region 1, 6A!!!! :-D :-D :-D :-D

AVikingFan

November 8th, 2013
10:58 pm

Congrats to Camden and Coffee. (Guess my Yellow Cat friends will have to wait another year to again declare their swagger is back, and “Rance has restored the Cats to glory reminisence of the Hyder and Bazemore years.”

East Coweta upended Newton I heard. What does that do to the playoff positions in the region that meets Region 1-AAAAAA next week.

Who won the OT thriller with Grayson and Brookwood? For my friend Fred, I he the Rams pulled it out!

Camden74

November 8th, 2013
10:58 pm

Maybe Propst was like everyone else and overlooked the Blue CATS!!!! :-D

Camden84

November 8th, 2013
10:58 pm

Great game Camden! We may not go far in the playoffs but we denied Propst a Region championship!

GoldenIslesFan

November 8th, 2013
11:03 pm

Rush and Company was shocked on the first kick-off to start the game……..Camden was playing some tenacious “D”………..

GO CAMDEN COUNTY WILDCATS!!!!!

GoldenIslesFan

November 8th, 2013
11:04 pm

I hope the nest 5 teams overlook Camden…….very good special teams tonight …..

Coffee Fan

November 8th, 2013
11:06 pm

Great job Camden..Now kick a@@ in play-off. How about my Trojans? Good start to build on next year.

Congrats to Ware Co Gators.

Camden74

November 8th, 2013
11:06 pm

Now, the real season starts! Win or go home………RELEASE the CATS!!!! :-D

Camden74

November 8th, 2013
11:07 pm

Congratulations Coffee Fans! :-)

WolfDawg

November 8th, 2013
11:09 pm

A few observations:

Congratulations to the Shiloh Generals!!! (I believe they finished 5-5 & not with a winning record)

Valdosta has totally fallen from top 10 (heck top 20) status in AAAAAA

North Gwinnett & Norcross are peaking at the right time

Collins Hill is going to go deep into the playoffs

FYI – Brookwood won, I believe.

Camden74

November 8th, 2013
11:09 pm

I still believe North Gwinnett is the team to beat in Class 6A……… :-)

GoldenIslesFan

November 8th, 2013
11:11 pm

what are the matchups between reg.1 and 3/6A ?????

57Cat

November 8th, 2013
11:14 pm

I have not seen such a diverse offense as Coffee ran tonight. Cats may have played uninspired ball, but that could be because we had no answer for Coffee’s offense. If I weren’t a Cat fan, the Trojans would have been fun to watch.

The Colquitt-Camden game sounded like Lowndes-Camden Part II. As BKSmith14 would say, take away the first quarter and it was an 8-8 ball game; maybe they would still be playing.

Not that the Cats are likely to have worry about them, but I would be awfully afraid of Norcross. North Gwinnett, and Lovejoy, in that order, come Final Four. Oh yeah, North Cobb, too.

It was cold in South Georgia, tonight. Can’t imagine what it will be in Fairburn next week.

ITISWHATITIS

November 8th, 2013
11:19 pm

As I sat on the 50 and watched the kick off it was reminiscent of the start of the Lowndes game last week. Turnover touchdown, big return touchdown 15-0 that quick. Colquitt never really recovered. Camden shut down the running game and made Colquitt on dimensional. Short pass here and there. Poor tackling by Camden resulted in the only big pass and catch. Colquitt had too many turnovers and penalties. Camden seemed to be satisfied with the 22 points and turned it over to their defense. Colquitt defense kept the game from getting out of control. Colquitt never got comfortable, even though the QB had all night to throw at times, Camden’s secondary seemed much improved since that NG game. Gave up a lot of short stuff, but closed the game out with an interception. I expected a close game as did all of the major media outlets. 13 straight region titles, the last 2 in region 1. All Camden does is win. True journey to the dome begins next week for everyone. Safe travel to the Colquitt folks who may be traveling. Congratulations Wildcats you did it again!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Ibleedblueandorange

November 8th, 2013
11:21 pm

@Camden74, you guys didn’t play region 1 until they upped the classes. You might have 13 championships in a row but not from region 1 play.

Colquitt Fan

November 8th, 2013
11:22 pm

Congrats 74 and the rest of Camden. I hated the game went like that. Wish we could’ve played better but you capitalized on what we gave you. Congrats again

Colquitt Fan

November 8th, 2013
11:23 pm

Camden has won the last two region one titles. What are you talking about?

afan

November 8th, 2013
11:24 pm

CHS had 426 yds rushing on Valdosta..wow

East Cobb Dad

November 8th, 2013
11:25 pm

Congratulations to the Lassiter Trojans on winning Region 5 with a win over Etowah. Good luck in the playoffs!

camden1902

November 8th, 2013
11:27 pm

Congrats Camden! Great game Colquitt fans! Season 2 starts next week! Let’s go Region 1!!!!!!!!!!! Also, I must say, Rush Propst showed a lot of class after the game. All of the Colquitt fans showed a lot of class. Proud to be a part of region 1.

anonymous

November 8th, 2013
11:36 pm

JJ Green is not with Ga anymore why????

Camden74

November 8th, 2013
11:39 pm

bleeding blue and whatever else……..I did not say Camden won 13 straight in Region 1 Titles. As a matter of fact, it doesn’t matter. Because when it does matter, like tonight, it’s CAMDEN!!!! Oh, maybe you should take a few history lessons on Camden County Football……RELEASE the CATS!!!! :-D

CoffeeC100

November 8th, 2013
11:40 pm

It’s been so hard to be a Coffee fan this year. Finally a little pride. Maybe it just took an entire season to get a handle of the Pruitt Spread. I still don’t understand why it looked so good against Whitewater and Ware and Burke County and then fell apart during region play. But dang did it look good tonight.

CATS

November 8th, 2013
11:43 pm

Agree with Dosta Dawg, Cats played with no emotion,sloppy and uninspired. not the team we r use to seeing! Good win Coffee, think yall we very good next year! Turn overs and costly flags cost Valdosta O tonight Despite the turn overs D played maybe a B-

Camden74

November 8th, 2013
11:44 pm

CoffeeC100…..DEFENSE!!!! :-)

CATS

November 8th, 2013
11:51 pm

Whats Coffee100……….DEFENSE doing next Friday night

Old Bear

November 8th, 2013
11:53 pm

What has happened to Valdosta? They are NOTHING like the Cats of old. In fact, they aren’t much like that of more recent vintage.

Old Bear

November 8th, 2013
11:55 pm

Propst and class in the same sentence, synonymously? Incredible…

CATS

November 8th, 2013
11:58 pm

Coffee played lights out and wanted the win more , Valdosta was FLAT! CHS very fast team

Rubin Hood

November 8th, 2013
11:59 pm

OMG, Camden’s worst nightmare. North Gwinnett just lost a 3 way tiebraker coin flip for region 7 and has now been seeded in Camden’s bracket.

Sportsnut

November 9th, 2013
12:15 am

Congrats 74. I know it will be a good night around town. Now the fun starts.

camdenfan2013

November 9th, 2013
12:19 am

It feels good to get that Probst monkey off our backs. 13 Region Championships in a row. Everybody said we couldn’t play in region 1, but all we’ve done is won the last/first 2 Region 1sixA Region Championships. And why would NG be a nightmare for Camden, that is just a chance at a little payback.

GwinnettDad

November 9th, 2013
12:22 am

NG is a number 3 seed? Who would have ever guessed it would work out that way?

cellis

November 9th, 2013
12:29 am

Congrats to Langston Hughes, 2 time region 3aaaaaa champs

Suwanee 0wns

November 9th, 2013
12:29 am

@CATS. Now that is funny.

If both North and Camden get to the quarters, I would point out 2 things.

1) It is almost impossible to beat the same team twice in 1 season. Both Camden and North will play MUCH different strategies with vastly imroved players. The same thing will not work twice.

2) North is a 3 seed, so the game would be in Kingsland. No matter how good your team is, it is extremely difficult to win in Kingsland – unless you are Camden.

Camden should like their chances.

North has to worry about Milton way before anyone should consider what could happen down the road. North will also have to worry about Archer, and they have clearly come to play in 2013. Camden’s WORST nightmare would be facing Colquitt in the dome. But there is a lot of football to be played before anyone should consider that possibility.

Good game Camden. Somehow, I knew that Camden would do it, and I have been saying that for weeks.

Among the nightmares facing playoff teams is the potential rematch between Lovejoy and Norcross in the quarters, if they both get that far. Brookwood, Lowndes, and Marietta will have something to say about it first. Norcross is firing on all cylinders now.

Collins Hill will go deep. They are a very good team.

I suspect that Peachtree Ridge will make Lassiter sorry that they won Region 5.

These playoffs are going to be very fun. Good luck to Cobb County. Hope this is your year. I also hope that all of these fantastic players stay healthy.

Old Raider Fan

November 9th, 2013
12:33 am

AHS looked awful tonight. I considered not going to the game because they were playing 0-9 JC but went anyway for Senior night.
What an embarrassment!! JC out played AHS. Lucky to get a win out of this one. The players of JC played hard to the end and showed a lot of guts. After the game I noticed AHS coaches having to control one of their own players who was showing no class at all. It appeared to be against one of his own team mates. Are you kidding me!! Better get it together Raiders,

camdenfan

November 9th, 2013
12:34 am

im looking to find a replay of the camden colquitt came im over in iraq and would love to beable to watch what happened if anyone could provide a link i would love it

Marietta fan

November 9th, 2013
12:50 am

Mceachern QB Ty Clemons left tonights game against Hillgrove in an ambulance with a possible broken leg. If he’s out for the playoffs, Mceachern has to start a freshman at QB. Hopefully he’s ok and will be able to come back

Marietta fan

November 9th, 2013
12:52 am

I would also say I think GPB should pick up the Lovejoy Marietta game this week.

Darcey

November 9th, 2013
12:52 am

*Fredd Langston for South Gwinnett, not Craig.

Football Fan

November 9th, 2013
1:29 am

Congrats to the Lovejoy Wildcats got winning there region, And becoming the #1 team in the State.

Gladiator T-Shirt

November 9th, 2013
1:30 am

Very proud of our team!! They played their hearts out tonight and showed a lot of guts. Reflection of our coaching staff. AHS will be finished in a week. They may have won the region but they are one and done next week. If a 0-9 team can put them on the ropes like tonight, they will not survive. QB is not very good, especially if you rush more than two people. Raiders can’t control their own players even after a win. Some “show boat” DB that intercepted a pass to end the game had to be escorted off the field by Raider coaches because it appeared he was fighting with a team mate. Wow!! at least we show class, even after a tough loss. AHS needs to get it together.

Camden74

November 9th, 2013
2:06 am

Sportsnut…..Thanks and congrats to Lovejoy as well……..There will be more than a few surprises during the playoffs! Does anyone know if North Gwinnett’s QB will be back for the playoffs? Camden will have to keep the defensive intensity they showed tonight, throughout the playoffs…….RELEASE the CATS!!!! :-D

Raider Dud

November 9th, 2013
2:11 am

Our defense disappeared tonight. We have a outstanding defensive coaching staff and DC knows how to get our players ready to play. The secondary tanked tonight against a dominant running team. #21 and #3 hit the skids. #3 is usually on top of everything and #21 is overrated by all means. Sorry to see he got hurt at the end of the game and I hope he is okay. He did get destroyed by a weak receiver tonight.
Offensively, RB”s looked good!! QB is not one to hang your hat on, especially when he gets a tiny bit of pressure. Let’s get it going for the playoffs or we will still be tagged “one and done”

Old Bear

November 9th, 2013
5:09 am

Sportsnut, I noticed that Lovejoy has made the USA Today’s top 50. They cracked that poll at #48. Congratulations on that accomplishment, as well as for taking your region. Good luck in the second season.