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.