Second-round preview: Class AAAA

Statesboro at Griffin

When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Memorial Stadium, Griffin

Records, rankings: Statesboro is 10-1, the No. 3 seed from Region 3 and No. 8; Griffin is 11-0, the No. 1 seed from Region 4 and No. 2.

Last meeting: Statesboro won 34-28 in the second round of the 2010 Class AAAA playoffs.

Three things to know: 1. Statesboro held Cairo to 226 yards in total offense and forced five turnovers in a 21-0 victory in the first round. Statesboro is allowing 8.6 points per game, second best in AAAA. Statesboro has held every opponent to less than 20 points, and seven to fewer than 10 points. 2. Griffin has the third-best scoring offense in AAAA (45.8 ppg) and has scored 34 points or more in every game. The Bears have won 27 consecutive games when scoring at least 20 points. Griffin QB Jaquez Parks, a candidate for AAAA offensive player of the year, was 18-of-25 passing for 312 yards against Rutland in a 34-0 first-round victory and has thrown for a AAAA-best 2,394 yards on the season. 3. Statesboro is 7-0 in second-round games since the GHSA expansion of the state playoffs to 32 teams in 1996. Griffin has lost its last two second-round games, including one to Statesboro in 2010.

Maxwell Ratings’ projection: Griffin by 11

Winner plays: Chestatee/Sandy Creek winner

Chestatee at Sandy Creek

When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, The Battlefield, Tyrone

Records, rankings: Chestatee is 9-2, the No. 2 seed from Region 8 and unranked; Sandy Creek is 10-0-1, the No. 1 seed from Region 5 and No. 1.

Last meeting: This is the teams’ first meeting.

Three things to know: 1. Sandy Creek put up 564 yards of total offense in only 35 plays in a 63-10 victory over Cedartown in the first round. QB Cole Garvin was 9-of-11 passing for 259 yards, bringing his season total to 1,896 yards. Running backs Delvin Weems (1,156 yards) and Eric Swinney (1,056) are both over 1,000 yards rushing this season and have 37 rushing touchdowns between them. 2. Chestatee won its first playoff game in history with a 41-13 victory over Grady last week. The War Eagles trailed 13-0. Two-way starter Tray Bryant rushed for 155 yards and three touchdowns on 17 carries. Zac Cheshire rushed for 140 yards on 27 carries. Chestatee had 346 yards rushing as a team. 3. Sandy Creek has won 19 of its past 20 playoff games and 13 straight at home. Sandy Creek is trying to reach the quarterfinals for the fifth consecutive season.

Maxwell Ratings’ projection: Sandy Creek by 30

Winner plays: Statesboro/Griffin winner

Wayne County at Veterans

When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Perry High School’s Herb St. John Stadium, Perry

Records, rankings: Wayne County is 9-2, the No. 2 seed from Region 3 and No. 7; Veterans is 8-3, the No. 1 seed from Region 2 and unranked.

Last meeting: This is the teams’ first meeting.

Three things to know: 1. Veterans, making its first playoff appearance, held Locust Grove to minus-20 yards rushing in a 36-15 first-round victory. Desjuan Harris, a sophomore who has had career-high rushing totals the past two games, ran for 189 yards and two touchdowns on 18 carries. 2. Wayne County WR Krenwick Sanders caught six touchdown passes in a 49-34 victory over Monroe last week. The touchdowns covered 60, 71, 20, 47 and 52 yards in the first half, 29 yards in the second. The six touchdowns receiving are believed to be a state record for the playoffs. Sanders has committed to Wisconsin. 3. Wayne County’s victory over Baldwin last season was its first in the playoffs since 1996. A victory this week would put Wayne in the quarterfinals for the first time since 1993.

Maxwell Ratings’ projection: Wayne County by 6

Winner plays: Alexander/Lanier winner

Alexander at Lanier

When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Lanier Stadium, Sugar Hill

Records, rankings: Alexander is 7-4, the No. 4 seed from Region 5 and unranked; Lanier is 9-2, the No. 3 seed from Region 8 and unranked.

Last meeting: This is the teams’ first meeting.

Three things to know: 1. Alexander junior RB Mikell Lands-Davis rushed for 198 yards on 39 carries in a 13-10 victory over Dalton last week. He has rushed for 1,957 yards this season, the most of any player remaining in the playoffs in any classification. The 39 carries were 10 shy of his career high against LaGrange on Oct. 11 (49 carries, 312 yards). 2. Lanier has a pretty good feature back of its own in Tario Fuller, also a junior. He has rushed for 1,458 yards, including 100 on 16 carries in a 26-7 victory over Carver of Atlanta in the first round. On defense, Lanier is led by LB Michael Shaw (14 tackles for losses, three forced fumbles), 6-foot-6 junior DE Trevon McSwain (nine sacks, three Division I scholarship offers) and Gary Lee Williams (six interceptions). 3. Lanier, which opened in 2010, got its first playoff victory last week. Alexander, opened in 1986, got its first since 1996. Alexander has won five other post-season games, but none in the state playoffs.

Maxwell Ratings’ projection: Lanier by 1

Winner plays: Wayne County/Veterans winner

Mary Persons at Burke County

When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Bear Den, Waynesboro

Records, rankings: Mary Persons is 10-1, the No. 2 seed from Region 2 and unranked; Burke County is 8-2, the No. 1 seed from Region 3 and No. 6.

Last meeting: Burke County won 42-14 in the first round of the 2008 Class AAA playoffs.

Three things to know: 1. Mary Persons’ 16-14 victory over Eagle’s Landing in the first round featured a scoreless second half. The winning points came when Mary Persons was awarded a safety as Eagle’s Landing was called for intentional grounding in the end zone. Mary Persons has the third-rated scoring defense in AAAA (10.3 ppg). 2. Burke County is averaging 42.4 points per game (No. 5 in AAAA) led 35-0 in the second quarter of its 61-19 rout of Crisp County in the first round. Burke County QB Donquell Green rushed for 159 yards, increasing his season total to 1,394. 3. Burke County’s senior class can claim an 11-2 playoff record in its four seasons. Burke is 9-0 in home playoffs games in that time and never failed to make at least the quarterfinals.

Maxwell Ratings’ projection: Burke County by 11

Winner plays: Gilmer/Marist winner

Gilmer at Marist

When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Hughes Spalding Stadium, Atlanta

Records, rankings: Gilmer is 9-2, the No. 2 seed from Region 7 and unranked; Marist is 9-2, the No. 1 seed from Region 6 and No. 5.

Last meeting: Marist won 56-0 in the first round of the 2012 Class AAAA playoffs.

Three things to know: 1. Marist averages exactly 300 yards rushing per game in its option-based offense. The four primary backs are QB Chase Martenson (873 yards, 12 touchdowns), and RBs Griffin King (680-8), Marcus Miller (674-8) and Matt Perez (507-10). DL Kendall Baker, who has committed to Georgia, had three tackles for losses in a 41-14 first-round victory over Stephens County, giving him a team-leading 10 on the season. 2. Gilmer FB/LB Tyler Bertolini has rushed for 1,013 yards and nine touchdowns. RB/DB Johnie Flakes has rushed for 903 yards and 13 touchdowns. TE/LB Austin Cole has 11 catches for 269 yards in a run-based offense. The three are two-way starters and Gilmer’s top three tacklers. 3. Gilmer earned a home playoff game for the first time in its history, which dates to the 1950s, last week against Troup. It also was Gilmer’s second state-playoff victory in history and fourth overall in the postseason. Gilmer is 2-9 all-time on the road in the postseason. Marist is 48-2 in home playoff games since 1987.

Maxwell Ratings’ projection: Marist by 17

Winner plays: Mary Persons/Burke County winner

Stockbridge at Westover

When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Hugh Mills Stadium, Albany

Records, rankings: Stockbridge is 10-1, the No. 2 seed from Region 4 and No. 9; Westover is 9-2, the No. 1 seed from Region 1 and No. 10.

Last meeting: This is the teams’ first meeting.

Three things to know: 1. Westover held Liberty County to 19 yards rushing and 107 passing in a 27-7 first-round victory. Shannon Saunders rushed for 213 yards (giving him 981 on the season) and two touchdowns. DE Brenten Wimberly has 20 sacks, and DT Trenton Thompson, a five-star junior, has 11. Westover allows 10.9 points per game, fifth-best in AAAA. 2. Stockbridge has two Division I recruits at running back of similar size but different styles. RB Maetron Thomas (5-8, 172) is committed to Charlotte and is known for his speed. He rushed for 130 yards on eight carries and scored two touchdowns in a 41-20 first-round victory over Westside of Macon. Malik Bryan (5-7, 178) is the more physical back. He rushed for 75 yards on 15 carries and has 1,150 yards on the season. The team’s top recruit is Super 11 WR/DB Kendarius Webster, who has committed to Ole Miss. 3. Both schools opened in the 1960s but only recently won their first region titles in football. Stockbridge made the state playoffs for the first time in 2010, won its first state-playoff game in 2011 and won its first region title in 2012. Westover won its first state-playoff game in 2004 and won its first region title this year.

Maxwell Ratings’ projection: Stockbridge by 7

Winner plays: Carrollton/Monroe Area winner

Carrollton at Monroe Area

When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Purple Pit, Monroe

Records, rankings: Carrollton is 10-1, the No. 2 seed from Region 5 and No. 4; Monroe Area is 11-0, the No. 1 seed from Region 8 and No. 3.

Last meeting: This is the teams’ first meeting.

Three things to know: 1. Monroe Area is averaging 52.6 points per game, the most in Class AAAA. QB Stanton Truitt and RB Kwan Brooks each averages more than 140 yards rushing. Truitt has 1,417 yards in 10 games, and Brooks has 1,584 in 11. They have 46 touchdowns between them. 2. Carrollton averages 45.6 points, second in AAAA. Carrollton averages 271.7 yards rushing. FB Malik Sheppard (695 yards rushing), HB Trey Chivers (658) and QB Will Garrett (421) have 12 rushing touchdowns each. Leading rusher Jarvis Terrell (736) has 11. 3. This is one of three games this week that matches teams ranked in the top five. The others are North Gwinnett-Archer in AAAAAA and Greater Atlanta Christian-Calhoun in AA.

Maxwell Ratings’ projection: Carrollton by 7

Winner plays: Stockbridge/Westover winner

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61 comments Add your comment

BURKE CO. 1 FAN

November 20th, 2013
7:41 am

GATOR GREEN………….IS UNSTOPPABLE…BURKE COUNTY BEARS

trojan power

November 20th, 2013
7:54 am

Im confused. Its not fair to Monroe Area. They have to play Carrollton in the second round. As presumed Carrollton is a 7point favorite. That is crazy in its self. But was predicted by me already. Sorry Monroe this will be the best defense yall have seen since Sandy Creek in last years 34-0 loss. Hope yall can stop us from scoring. Looking forward to a good game. Go Mighty Trojans!!!!!!

It's all talk

November 20th, 2013
9:37 am

@ trojan power – right now it is all blow hard talk. bunch of speculation looking in a crystal ball.

Just a Fan

November 20th, 2013
10:04 am

I’m a Carrollton fan but I can’t figure this one-looks like it will hinge on defense. Unlike some of the other fans I think that Monroe Area will move the ball well but so should Carrollton. I am thinking high scoring game.The Griffin-Statesboro game still looks interesting-also Burke is still in the mix. This Friday should leave about 4 serious contenders for the finals.

Woodpecker

November 20th, 2013
10:14 am

Went to the SC game last week against Cedartown and if this is any indicationhow SC is going to be playing in the playoff it is going to be a long rest of playoff for the remaining team in AAAA. SC defense is back at full strength and playing lights out. As for as the Carrollton game three weeks ago SC really haven’t had to used any of their big playmakers on the outside.

TrojanBall

November 20th, 2013
11:07 am

didn’t they have us picked by 14 to beat Sandy Creek a few weeks back?

Bishop Football

November 20th, 2013
11:22 am

@Woodpecker, was at that SC game too, SC mite have the best O-Line in the AAAA if not the state, they’re not getting any love. Its a reason Swinney ,Weems and Garvin get to do what they do….and the D does look pretty nasty, playoffs watching will be fun.

Woodpecker

November 20th, 2013
11:22 am

yes they did

Big cat 84

November 20th, 2013
11:44 am

@woodpecker & bishop I’ve been saying the same thing! That I-line is massive, athletic and nasty! I’m sure they have to have d-1 talent there. And if not it’s a same! Hey IMO the falcons need to come and take a look not just colleges!!

the instagatter

November 20th, 2013
12:59 pm

@MA fans if this game with carrollton is a shoot out you may not survive because wing-teague will beat you in the end by controling the clock he is good at controling the clock the kids are very discipline you better be well balanced or your season will be over as the instagatter i don’t like the one bullet offense that wing-teague brings with him but if your D-line is week the trojans OFFENSIVE LINE will push down the field all night long and it want be a good night for MA fans.

Just a Fan

November 20th, 2013
1:24 pm

I think that a truly mobile qb(not just fast) gives most teams problems-if he can pass also it really makes the offense dangerous. Guess we will find out Friday if MA can keep the #3 ranking.

James Owens

November 20th, 2013
1:34 pm

Just remember that MA has depth, they hung on against Chestatee with 2nd stringers after loosing 7 players to a suspension. They will be full speed ahead and this is thier year. But It only gets tougher closer to the Dome. MA 45 Carrollton 35.

Trojan always

November 20th, 2013
1:42 pm

I think it will be a great game and Carrollton will bring alot of fans like always and will be ready! Go Trojans

FirstDownCreeek!!!

November 20th, 2013
3:41 pm

We kind of like our O-line flyinf undr the radar. When the O-line takes the field on the 1st possession, opposing fans do “DAAAMMNN they are big”! Of the 5, one a 10th grader and two are juniors. Ready to roll versus Chestatee Friday night!

Trojan Power

November 20th, 2013
3:50 pm

@James Owens. Your basing your depth against Chesetee. Who is that? This is as tough as it gets. Whoever win this game goes to the dome. Burke County is the only obstacle(Donquell Green). Carrollton Defense will stop yall on some possesions. Question is. Can yall stop us on any possesions. We have talent levels yall have never seen. 5AAAA we play big boy football. Yall will See!!!! Go Mighty Trojans!!!!

Just a Fan

November 20th, 2013
5:19 pm

Chestatee is sort of like NW Whitfield-a fair record but cannot play against contenders-of course Friday could prove different.

Pangloss

November 20th, 2013
6:23 pm

I suppose these will be considered upsets; depends on perspective. Carrollton’s season ends this Friday. Gilmer over Marist. Statesboro wins.

James Owens

November 20th, 2013
6:48 pm

Ok, Trojan Power, you take out your starting QB, receiver and two top lineman and win against your 2nd best region team…You will see a good game Friday. Carrollton is great, but you got to worry about MA..

Sportsnut

November 20th, 2013
6:58 pm

Those bears from Griffin are ………………..next door to Lovejoy. The claws are out to keep pace with their neighbor.

Sportsnut

November 20th, 2013
7:02 pm

The Southern Crescent will expand south as Stockbridge will take over Albany. Playing ball all over the state is that conference.

Sportsnut

November 20th, 2013
7:05 pm

There’s a battle field in Tyrone. That too, is Southern Crescent land. Expect it to rain down points and the “Creek Will Rise”.

badbrad

November 20th, 2013
7:26 pm

You would think after the spanking Sandy Creek laid on Carrollton a few weeks back their fans would be just a tad more humble; but no, still talking like a rematch in the Dome is their birthright. I guess we will see how the next few weeks play out and they could well be right, but I’m thinking their march to the finals will not be as easy as they think.

just sayin

November 20th, 2013
7:39 pm

Can the kids at Monroe Area keep there cool, if in a tight game?

Just a Fan

November 20th, 2013
7:41 pm

Brad-you cant class all Carrollton fans as being of the same mindset-a small percentage does not speak for the bulk of fans who realize that each week is a new challenge.Of course everyone has the right to voice their opinion. If Carrollton wins I’m happy-if they lose the next day is still Saturday and theres always next season. It’s still just a game.

FirstDoowwnnCreeekkk!!!

November 20th, 2013
7:45 pm

@ Just A Fan, the only chance Chestatee has is if it downpours and reduces the game to “3 yards and a splash of mud and water”. Chestatee runs the Veer Option offense. Who even remembers the 2-back the veer option offense!! They have thrown the ball 19 times in a 11 game season and they have NO TEAM SPEED! Just like like Cedartown, their record is indicative of the competition they played. MA beat them with backups. THeir o-line is big but not athletic and their free safety is 5 ft – 3 in. tall. They better hope it rains like hell!

TROJAN2010

November 20th, 2013
8:59 pm

Carrollton hasn’t done anything impressive yet.. all that has happened has been expected. . I wanna see teague come out and coach and in sync with his team like he was against marist last year.. truitt and brook are the real deal. We are hurting at the LB position. .if MA see’s that weakness it would put more pressure on the DL and secondary to play out of position. . With that said I believe in teague . I believe he will have them boys ready for a close dog fight against the 2nd best team they have seen all year ..

Creek Rising!!!

November 20th, 2013
9:20 pm

@BishopFootball, the Sandy Creek O-line is indeed huge this year, but they were banged up early in the season as was a few major pieces of our defense. Creek was forced to just outscore the opponents rather than let the defense dictate the games. Coach Walker has yet to really open up the offense. I believe last week was the first time that we really used the shotgun. Coach is tuning up just in case.

Purp Nation

November 20th, 2013
9:38 pm

Looking forward to Friday night at Marist. I believe that our boys are ready. Nobody believes that they have a chance. Heart is powerful weapon. No need to pick us as favorite this far in the game. If we were, it would be the first time this year my the AJC, except for the AAAA Beat writer last week against Troup.

It will be interesting to meet Marists’ recruits at this years game and what part of the country that they are recruiting them from. They have a great little college, I mean High School program, down there.

Bear_Backer

November 21st, 2013
1:23 am

@ Sportsnut – Ok please enlighten me oh wise one! Seeing that Lovejoy is in a higher classification than Griffin with a much larger student body, and seeing that The Bears are rated HIGHER in their classification, just who is keeping up with whom? I do like the SOUTHERN CRESCENT CONFERENCE though, and am making a sign for the Statesboro game this friday. If anyone asks, I will give you credit though, promise! GO GRIFFIN BEARS & LOVEJOY WILDCATS. SCC Style baby!!

Bear_Backer

November 21st, 2013
1:44 am

I propose that the newly formed Southern Crescent Conference shall not be contained by state regulated classification, but by geographical lay of the land. If a school is not in the Southern Crescent, (as defined by elected committee) they shall not be considered elite as such. Pike County? You’re IN. Upson-Lee…meh…kinda pushing it a tad, but You’re IN.. New Hampton High School? Strap it up and get good quick fellas, cause You’re IN. The Mighty Griffin Bears? Why of course. Spalding? IN… (but on athletic probation until they win at least two games in a row.) ALL 95 Henry County and Clayton County Schools, they are IN as they all comprise the beating heart of the conference. I hereby further nominate SPORTSNUT as the first official President of the newly formed yet virtual SOUTHERN CRESCENT CONFERENCE of Georgia High School Football. Here here.

the instagatter

November 21st, 2013
1:57 am

@FOOTBALL FANS friday is near every body is cheering for there team to win the instagatter has a upset that will happen friday ALEXANDER will BEAT LANIER my upset pick. Now down to buisness trojans UGA recruit must have more BIT than BARK if the trojans are going to go DEEP in the post season. UGA recruit has been all BARK and no BITES in BIG GAMES. UGA RECRUIT YOU MUST STEP UP AND CAUSE SOME PROBLEMS THIS FRIDAY SHOW UP AND BUST UP MA DON’T SHOW UP IN SIZE ONLY.

Board_Ref

November 21st, 2013
3:53 am

First and ten for the instagatter, but I got my hand on the flag and its “twitchin” Ü

Bear_Backer

November 21st, 2013
4:05 am

…..and, due to the current REIGN by the awesome Sandy Creek Patriots, they should be presented with the CHAMPIONS STAFF of the SCC. Yes, even before the current season is over, SC has proven their mettle over the long haul of over 4 seasons running as Championship Contenders. Until and not before they are “Dethroned”, SC shall be considered the penultimate leaders of the newly formed Southern Crescent conference. oh ….and GO GRIFFIN BEARS!!

Just a Fan

November 21st, 2013
9:52 am

1st Down Creek-I agree-Friday will be no contest,I was just giving a little respect to the opposition. As far as I am concerned the playoffs are for 2nd place if you know what I mean. Also I dont think either of us will criticize an individual player as we have seen on this board lately.SC by 35 or more rain or shine.

TrojanBall

November 21st, 2013
11:54 am

does ma know how to chop block?

Steamrolla

November 21st, 2013
6:07 pm

MA too one dimensional with all the weapons on offense.The wing-T is good but not great and because they wont throw to some very speedy receivers I think Carrollton will roll 45-17!!!!!!

Catlady

November 21st, 2013
6:41 pm

Marist casts a wide net. Gilmer varsity has a choice of about 300 mountain boys. 75% free lunches. But they will give it their best. Oh, and you did Not mention Manny Lopez, their kicker. Go, Bobcats!

Go Trojans!

November 21st, 2013
7:39 pm

It must be Thursday if we are going with the kickers! I love it!

Our kicker is pretty decent…going to Notre Dame to kick next year.

Can’t wait to visit Monroe Area tomorrow night. Enough with the chatter. Strap it up and we’ll see what is what.

Go Trojans!

Bracket Buster

November 21st, 2013
9:07 pm

I have seen both Monroe and Carrollton play this year and while Monroe has a group of outstanding skill athletes to keep things interesting, they displayed a poor kicking game that will make a huge difference in this game. Carrollton has one of the best kicking games in the state. Field position will be important in this one if Monroe can slow down Carrollton’s offense and NGHS 09 is right about the play calling. Not too sure about the Monroe defense as the team I saw them play was weak on offense but still moved the ball down the field. Good luck to both teams, good sportsmanship by all, and no injuries.

G.T. Manuel

November 21st, 2013
10:54 pm

Monroe will play the game hard, and we will see who win. MA 35 Carrollton 28!!!!!!!!

the instagatter

November 21st, 2013
11:40 pm

@ board_ref / i have been waiting for you to show up misspelled words will make you keep your hands on the flags lol i’m provoking you to throw a flag so soon. just wait for third and long and then throw for the last violation. the blogs are just weak nobody wants to say anything that will ruffle some feathers so i will crank up soon.

Trojan94

November 21st, 2013
11:49 pm

Naw don’t see this as close game MA has speed but carrollton has more speed plus has seen better competition Only teague coaching can make this a close game but even bad coaching won’t matter too much talent 41-10……..GO TROJANS!

the instagatter

November 21st, 2013
11:50 pm

the real blogs will definitely be coming out friday after 10pm if MA is beaten they will get roasted if the TROJANS get beat they will get roasted this will be fun friday after 10pm let the games begin.

the instagatter

November 22nd, 2013
12:01 am

@ trojan 94 they say speed kills but in MA case speed with out a D is a bad mix so lets see can wing-teague come thru for the TROJAN NATION the fans are hot needing a BIG win the fans have been showing there fustration by not showing up for GAMES the gate has taken a hit under wing-teague trojan fans come out in packs but not lately they will travel strong friday.

BEARMAN

November 22nd, 2013
2:17 am

Tonight we turn it up at memorial stadium and take out a blue devil! come early and get your famous “HOOD BURGER” and if you don’t have $$$ you get a “HOOD BOOGER”!
I myself will have a Chic-fil-a and some ROTC French fries and some “HOT COCOA” at the “HOUSE”!
“START YOUR ENGINES” because that “BEAR” OFFENSE WILL BE “HIGH OCTANE”!
“GO BEARS” AND WE CONTINUE OUR JOURNEY TO THE “GA. DOME”!
AND IF YOU DON’T LIKE IT, I HAVE TWO WORDS FOR YOU FROM “BEARMAN”!
“SUUUUCCCKKK -iiiiiiiiiiTTTTTTTT”!

Board_Ref

November 22nd, 2013
2:35 am

hey BEARMAN…(you already know..) flag for drinking and posting. Put down the absolute bottle and slowly back away from the keyboard. Good luck to the Griffin Bears against Statesboro, and may it be dry in the Grip and the game be flag-free.

duluthjacket

November 22nd, 2013
8:45 am

Catlady, purp nation – Why are you making excuses for your team already? Continue with your delusions about Marist and recruiting if you wish, but almost all of our players came up through the two feeder schools that are about 5 miles away. We only have one D-I commit, and do remember that we have a AA enrollment and play up two classes. That said, an early welcome to Huges-Spalding Stadium and good luck tonight.

Big Blue Dude

November 22nd, 2013
8:46 am

All u folks really need to get a life.

DreadHead5

November 22nd, 2013
9:37 am

I THINK THAT MA CARROLLTON GAME IS GONNA BE A GOOD ONE IF MA CAN LIMIT CARROLLTON RUNNING AND MAKE THEM PASS MORE IT WILL BALANCE OUT THE GAME THE GAME GOES BOTH WAYS IF EITHER TEAM CONSTANTLY GOES 3 AND OUT IT WILL MAKE IT HARDER FOR THEIR DEFENSES TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE CAUSE THEY WILL BE TIRED AND DONT FORGET BOUT SPECIAL TEAMS IT WILL PLAY A BIG ROLE TONITE

DreadHead5

November 22nd, 2013
9:40 am

IM GOIN WITH STATESBORO TO KNOCK OFF GRIFFIN WITH A PHYSICAL GAME TONITE DONT THINK GRIFFIN HAS WAT IT TAKES TO BE PHYSICAL AND TAKE A POUNDING