By S. Thomas Coleman
For the AJC
Here’s what went down Friday night in Week 11.
Holy Innocents’ rallies to topple Landmark. In north Atlanta, Holy Innocents (6-4, 4-2) rallied from deficits of 21-7 and 28-21 with just over five minutes left in regulation to stun previously unbeaten No. 6 Landmark Christian (8-1, 4-1), 29-28. Landmark sophomore QB/K Stockton McGuire’s 52-yard field goal fell just a few feet short as time expired, setting off a midfield celebration for Holy Innocents’ players and fans in what Bears’ head coach Ryan Livezey called one of the best games he’s witnessed as a coach or a fan, according to the school’s website. Holy Innocents’ outscored the War Eagles 22-7 down the stretch. Clay Pfhol’s 2-yard touchdown run and Jackson Miller’s subsequent two-point conversion reception from Luke Wright with a little over a minute left provided the winning advantage for the Bears, who all but clinched a spot in the top 16 of the private school power ratings and a berth