By Robert Haddocks
Gabe Tiller threw for more than 300 yards and three touchdowns to lead Archer to a 41-20 victory over Central Gwinnett and keep the Tigers undefeated. Dylan Singleton and KJ Parmer each scored twice for Archer.
Archer is 7-0, 5-0 in Region 8-AAAAAA. The seven wins are the most in the school’s five-year history.
The Tigers jumped out to a 20-0 lead and the defense contained a talented Central Gwinnett offense, holding the Black Knights to 84 total yards in the first half. The defense registered seven sacks on the night.
“We played great defense,” said coach Andy Dyer. “They rallied over and over in the first half. We were able to score quick and when the defense responded, that was huge.”
The Tigers took advantage of Central’s run-blitz defense, which left receivers open down the field, the coach said. Parmer, who had a game-high 100 yards on six receptions, led the air attack and tight end Connor Redmond also was a presence in the seam. He caught