Boys Football – March 18, 2023

Damascus Southwest Georgia rides the rough off Americus Southland

Damascus Southwest Georgia put together a victorious gameplan to stop Americus Southland 21-7 in a Georgia high school football matchup on Sept. 16.

Recently on Sept. 2, Americus Southland squared off with Perry The Westfield in a football game.

Adairsville takes advantage of early margin to vanquish Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe

Adairsville left no doubt in recording a 42-20 beating of Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe in a Georgia high school football matchup.

Last season, Adairsville and Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe squared off on Nov. 5, 2021 at Adairsville High School.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe faced off against Ringgold Heritage and Adairsville took on Tiger Rabun County on Sept. 2 at Tiger Rabun County High School.

Alamo Wheeler County dodges a bullet in win over Claxton

A sigh of relief filled the air in Alamo Wheeler County’s locker room after a trying 25-20 test with Claxton in a Georgia high school football matchup.

An intermission tie at 7-7 allowed for a respite as both teams looked to regroup in the locker room.

Neither team could dent the scoreboard in the first and third quarters.

The Bulldogs’ train of momentum chugged along the final-quarter tracks with an 18-13 points differential.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Claxton faced off against Hawkinsville and Alamo Wheeler County took on Pembroke Bryan County on Sept. 2 at Alamo Wheeler County High School.

Albany Dougherty engulfs Dawson Terrell County in point barrage

It was a tough night for Dawson Terrell County which was overmatched by Albany Dougherty in this 46-6 verdict.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Dawson Terrell County faced off against Greenville and Albany Dougherty took on Stockbridge on Sept. 2 at Stockbridge High School.

Zoom: Albany Monroe leaves Cuthbert Randolph Clay in its wake

Impressive was a ready adjective for Albany Monroe’s 62-6 throttling of Cuthbert Randolph Clay in Georgia high school football on Sept. 16.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Albany Monroe faced off against Donalsonville Seminole County and Cuthbert Randolph Clay took on Ashburn Turner County on Sept. 2 at Cuthbert Randolph Clay High School.

Albany Westover clips Ashburn Turner County in tight tilt

Albany Westover surfed the tension to ride to a 35-30 win over Ashburn Turner County in a Georgia high school football matchup.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Ashburn Turner County faced off against Cuthbert Randolph Clay.

Alpharetta Denmark slides past Mableton Pebblebrook in fretful clash

Friday’s outing turned into an endurance test that Alpharetta Denmark passed in a 17-14 victory at Mableton Pebblebrook’s expense in Georgia high school football on Sept. 16.

The start wasn’t the problem for Mableton Pebblebrook, as it began with a 7-3 edge over Alpharetta Denmark through the end of the first quarter.

The Danes’ offense darted in front for a 10-7 lead over the Falcons at halftime.

Alpharetta Denmark jumped to a 17-7 lead heading into the final quarter.

The Falcons fought through an interesting fourth quarter, yet the Danes would not be denied in finishing off this victory.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Mableton Pebblebrook faced off against Atlanta Hapeville Charter.

Never a doubt: Alpharetta Kings Ridge Christian breezes past Marietta Walker

Alpharetta Kings Ridge Christian’s competitive spirit was fine-tuned while punishing Marietta Walker 48-18 at Alpharetta Kings Ridge Christian High on Sept. 16 in Georgia football action.

Alpharetta Kings Ridge Christian darted in front of Marietta Walker 20-6 to begin the second quarter.

The Tigers’ offense struck in front for a 34-6 lead over the Wolverines at halftime.

Alpharetta Kings Ridge Christian charged to a 48-18 lead heading into the fourth quarter.

The scoreboard was in hibernation in the final quarter, with neither team scoring.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Alpharetta Kings Ridge Christian faced off against Columbus Calvary Christian and Marietta Walker took on Greensboro Lake Oconee on Sept. 2 at Greensboro Lake Oconee Academy.

Andrews deals goose eggs to Marietta North Georgia in fine defensive showing

Andrews’ defense was a brick wall that stopped Marietta North Georgia cold, resulting in a 62-0 victory in a North Carolina high school football matchup on Sept. 16.

Athens Cedar Shoals collects skin-tight win against Loganville Walnut Grove

It wasn’t pretty, gut-tough wins usually aren’t, but Athens Cedar Shoals wasn’t going for style points. A victory will do, and it was earned 35-28 over Loganville Walnut Grove in a Georgia high school football matchup.

Neither defense permitted points in the first quarter.

A halftime tie at 14-14 allowed for a respite as both teams looked to regroup in the locker room.

Athens Cedar Shoals took control in the third quarter with a 35-21 advantage over Loganville Walnut Grove.

The Warriors enjoyed a 7-0 edge in the fourth quarter, yet the result was already decided.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Loganville Walnut Grove faced off against Cusseta Chattahoochee County and Athens Cedar Shoals took on Gainesville East Forsyth on Sept. 2 at Athens Cedar Shoals High School.

Not for the faint of heart: Atlanta Holy Innocents Episcopal topples Atlanta Douglass

Atlanta Holy Innocents Episcopal edged Atlanta Douglass 22-13 in a close encounter of the athletic kind in a Georgia high school football matchup on Sept. 16.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Atlanta Douglass faced off against Lithonia Miller Grove and Atlanta Holy Innocents Episcopal took on Greenville Christ Church Episcopal on Sept. 2 at Greenville Christ Church Episcopal High School.

Atlanta Lovett collects victory over McDonough

Playing with a winning hand, Atlanta Lovett trumped McDonough 13-3 for a Georgia high school football victory on Sept. 16.

In recent action on Sept. 2, McDonough faced off against McDonough Union Grove.

Needlepoint: Atlanta Marist sews up Roswell Blessed Trinity Catholic in slim triumph

Atlanta Marist surfed the tension to ride to a 21-17 win over Roswell Blessed Trinity Catholic during this Georgia football game.

Recently on Sept. 2, Atlanta Marist squared off with McDonough Eagles Landing in a football game.

Ministry of defense: Atlanta Maynard Jackson blanks College Park Banneker

Atlanta Maynard Jackson’s defense throttled College Park Banneker, resulting in a 19-0 shutout on Sept. 16 in Georgia football action.

In recent action on Sept. 2, College Park Banneker faced off against Valdosta and Atlanta Maynard Jackson took on Lithonia on Sept. 8 at Atlanta Maynard Jackson High School.

Atlanta Mays severs Douglasville Chapel Hill’s hopes

Atlanta Mays notched a win on the victory belt after defeating Douglasville Chapel Hill 35-23 in a Georgia high school football matchup on Sept. 16.

Neither defense permitted points in the first quarter.

The Raiders opened a small 13-7 gap over the Panthers at the intermission.

The tables turned a bit in the third quarter when Douglasville Chapel Hill got within 19-14.

The Raiders got the better of the fourth-quarter scoring, finishing the game in style with a 16-9 edge.

Recently on Sept. 2, Atlanta Mays squared off with Fairburn Langston Hughes in a football game.

Atlanta Mt. Vernon builds initial momentum to knock off Macon Georgia Tattnall Square

When the clock started ticking, so did Atlanta Mt. Vernon, putting together a big early burst that keyed a 35-34 win against Macon Georgia Tattnall Square at Atlanta Mt. Vernon High on Sept. 16 in Georgia football action.

Atlanta Mt. Vernon darted in front of Macon Georgia Tattnall Square 21-7 to begin the second quarter.

Each offense authored its Rip Van Winkle imitation, napping through barren second and third quarters.

The Trojans managed a 27-14 rally in the final quarter, yet the die was already cast.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Atlanta Mt Vernon faced off against Kennesaw Mt. Paran Christian and Macon Georgia Tattnall Square took on Athens Christian on Sept. 2 at Athens Christian School.

Score no more: Atlanta North Springs’ defense is flawless in stopping Atlanta Midtown

Atlanta North Springs’ defense was a brick wall that stopped Atlanta Midtown cold, resulting in a 37-0 victory in a Georgia high school football matchup.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Atlanta North Springs faced off against Atlanta Riverwood Intl Charter and Atlanta Midtown took on Franklin Heard County on Sept. 2 at Franklin Heard County High School.

No scoring allowed: Atlanta Pace pushes past Stockbridge Woodland

It was a quiet night for the scoreboard operators on one side, where the digit never moved in Atlanta Pace’s 31-0 blanking of Stockbridge Woodland for a Georgia high school football victory on Sept. 16.

The Knights registered a 17-0 advantage at halftime over the Wolfpack.

Both teams were blanked in the first and third quarters.

The Knights got the better of the final-quarter scoring, finishing the game in style with a 14-0 edge.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Stockbridge Woodland faced off against Peachtree City Mcintosh and Atlanta Pace took on Norcross Greater Atlanta Christian on Sept. 2 at Norcross Greater Atlanta Christian School.

Zebulon Pike County comes up short in matchup with Atlanta The Howard

Atlanta The Howard put together a victorious gameplan to stop Zebulon Pike County 14-3 in a Georgia high school football matchup.

The Hawks opened a narrow 7-3 gap over the Pirates at halftime.

Both teams were blanked in the first and third quarters.

The Hawks avoided the brakes and shifted into victory gear via a 7-0 stretch over the final quarter.

Recently on Sept. 2, Zebulon Pike County squared off with Macon Southwest in a football game.

No quit here: Deficit doesn’t discourage Atlanta Westlake in victory over Covington Newton

Atlanta Westlake endured a shaky start but sped away from Covington Newton with a 42-14 victory in a Georgia high school football matchup.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Atlanta Westlake faced off against Ellenwood Cedar Grove and Covington Newton took on Covington Eastside on Sept. 2 at Covington Eastside High School.

Atlanta Westminster pours it on Roswell Centennial

Atlanta Westminster stomped on Roswell Centennial 31-7 for a Georgia high school football victory at Atlanta Westminster High.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Atlanta Westminster faced off against Savannah Benedictine Military.

Atlanta Woodward Academy exerts defensive dominance to doom Morrow

A stalwart defense refused to yield as Atlanta Woodward Academy shutout Morrow 52-0 in a Georgia high school football matchup.

Recently on Sept. 2, Morrow squared off with Macon Westside in a football game.

Augusta Cross Creek dims lights on Savannah

Augusta Cross Creek didn’t tinker with Savannah, scoring a 32-8 result in the win column in a Georgia high school football matchup on Sept. 16.

Recently on Sept. 2, Savannah squared off with Garden City Groves in a football game.

Take a seat: Barnesville Lamar County owns Jackson in huge victory

Barnesville Lamar County’s all-around dominance took the form of a rollercoaster and rolled downhill on Jackson during a 42-16 blowout on Sept. 16 in Georgia football.

Barnesville Lamar County jumped in front of Jackson 21-0 to begin the second quarter.

Both offenses were stymied without points on either side in the second and third quarters.

The clock was the only thing that stopped the Trojans, who enjoyed the upper hand in a 21-16 final quarter, too.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Jackson faced off against McDonough Ola and Barnesville Lamar County took on Dublin on Sept. 2 at Barnesville Lamar County High School.

Baxley Appling County gallops past Moore Haven

Baxley Appling County grabbed a 35-17 victory at the expense of Moore Haven in a Georgia high school football matchup.

The first quarter gave Baxley Appling County a 7-3 lead over Moore Haven.

The Pirates opened an enormous 21-3 gap over the Terriers at halftime.

Baxley Appling County and Moore Haven each scored in the third quarter.

Neither squad scored in the final quarter.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Baxley Appling County faced off against Jesup Wayne County.

Bellville Pinewood Christian escapes close call with Macon First Presbyterian Day

Friday’s outing turned into an endurance test that Bellville Pinewood Christian passed in a 34-28 victory at Macon First Presbyterian Day’s expense in a Georgia high school football matchup.

Offense was nothing but a rumor in the first and second quarters, as neither squad scored.

Bellville Pinewood Christian and Macon First Presbyterian Day were engaged in a thin affair at 28-14 as the fourth quarter started.

The Vikings enjoyed a 14-6 edge in the final quarter, yet the result was already decided.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Bellville Pinewood Christian faced off against Vidalia and Macon First Presbyterian Day took on Columbus Brookstone on Sept. 2 at Macon First Presbyterian Day School.

Bethlehem Christian busts Sugar Hill Georgia Force Christian

Bethlehem Christian unleashed a high-powered offensive show to knock off Sugar Hill Georgia Force Christian 38-13 Friday in a Georgia high school football matchup on Sept. 16.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Sugar Hill Georgia Force Christian faced off against Hayesville and Bethlehem Christian took on Columbia Heathwood Hall Episcopal on Sept. 2 at Bethlehem Christian Academy.

No quarter given: Bethlehem Christian puts down Buford Georgia Force

Bethlehem Christian flexed its muscle and floored Buford Georgia Force 38-13 for a Georgia high school football victory at Bethlehem Christian Academy.

Recently on Sept. 2, Bethlehem Christian squared off with Columbia Heathwood Hall Episcopal in a football game.

Blackshear Pierce County wastes no time or effort in making quick work of Folkston Charlton County

Blackshear Pierce County lit up the scoreboard from the start in a 48-13 win over Folkston Charlton County for a Georgia high school football victory on Sept. 16.

Blackshear Pierce County opened with a 20-6 advantage over Folkston Charlton County through the first quarter.

Neither defense permitted points in the second quarter.

Blackshear Pierce County charged to a 34-6 lead heading into the final quarter.

The Bears avoided the brakes and shifted into victory gear via a 14-7 stretch over the fourth quarter.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Folkston Charlton County faced off against Callahan West Nassau and Blackshear Pierce County took on Metter on Sept. 2 at Metter High School.

Blairsville Union County makes Oakwood West Hall walk the plank

Blairsville Union County showed top form to dominate Oakwood West Hall during a 48-7 victory at Blairsville Union County High on Sept. 16 in Georgia football action.

Blairsville Union County opened with a 28-0 advantage over Oakwood West Hall through the first quarter.

Blairsville Union County thundered to a 48-7 lead heading into the fourth quarter.

Neither defense permitted points in the second and fourth quarters.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Blairsville Union County faced off against Hiawassee Towns County and Oakwood West Hall took on Commerce East Jackson on Sept. 2 at Oakwood West Hall High School.

Blakely Early County shoots past Baconton Community Charter with early burst

Too much too quick, Blakely Early County opened on a torrid pace and knocked off Baconton Community Charter 40-6 in Georgia high school football on Sept. 16.

Blakely Early County drew first blood by forging a 20-0 margin over Baconton Community Charter after the first quarter.

The Bobcats opened a towering 34-0 gap over the Blazers at the intermission.

Neither team could dent the scoreboard in the third quarter.

The gap remained steady with both teams scoring evenly in the final quarter.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Blakely Early County faced off against Ellaville Schley County.

Blue Ridge Fannin County mows down Murphy

Blue Ridge Fannin County offered a menacingly balanced approach while handling Murphy during this 56-30 victory in a Georgia high school football matchup.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Blue Ridge Fannin County faced off against Jasper Pickens County.

Boxed in: Bogart North Oconee’s defense bottles Danielsville Madison County’s attack

A suffocating defense helped Bogart North Oconee handle Danielsville Madison County 42-0 for a Georgia high school football victory at Bogart North Oconee High.

The first quarter gave Bogart North Oconee a 21-0 lead over Danielsville Madison County.

The Titans registered a 28-0 advantage at halftime over the Red Raiders.

Bogart North Oconee steamrolled to a 42-0 lead heading into the final quarter.

Neither squad scored in the fourth quarter.

Recently on Sept. 2, Bogart North Oconee squared off with Cumming South Forsyth in a football game.

Bogart Prince Avenue Christian gallops past McDonough Eagles Landing Christian

Bogart Prince Avenue Christian knocked off McDonough Eagles Landing Christian 30-15 in a Georgia high school football matchup.

Bogart Prince Avenue Christian opened with a 6-0 advantage over McDonough Eagles Landing Christian through the first quarter.

The Wolverines fought to a 13-7 halftime margin at the Chargers’ expense.

Bogart Prince Avenue Christian moved to a 16-7 lead heading into the fourth quarter.

Conditioning showed as the Wolverines outscored the Chargers 14-8 in the final quarter.

In recent action on Sept. 2, McDonough Eagles Landing Christian faced off against Savannah Calvary Day and Bogart Prince Avenue Christian took on Athens on Sept. 2 at Athens Academy.

Bremen knocks off Chickamauga Gordon Lee

It wasn’t pretty, gut-tough wins usually aren’t, but Bremen wasn’t going for style points. A victory will do, and it was earned 14-7 over Chickamauga Gordon Lee for a Georgia high school football victory on Sept. 16.

The Blue Devils opened a slim 14-0 gap over the Trojans at halftime.

The gap narrowed in the third quarter when Chickamauga Gordon Lee made it 14-7.

Defense put both offenses in a deep slumber in the first and fourth quarters, with no one scoring.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Chickamauga Gordon Lee faced off against Dalton Southeast Whitfield County and Bremen took on Bowdon on Sept. 2 at Bremen High School.

Brooklet Southeast Bulloch proves to be too much for Reidsville Tattnall County

Brooklet Southeast Bulloch notched a win on the victory belt after defeating Reidsville Tattnall County 23-9 in a Georgia high school football matchup.

No mercy: Brunswick shuts down Savannah Islands in defensive masterpiece

Dominating defense was the calling card of Brunswick as it shut out Savannah Islands 49-0 in a Georgia high school football matchup.

Last season, Brunswick and Savannah Islands squared off on Sept. 16, 2021 at Savannah Islands High School.

Recently on Sept. 2, Savannah Islands squared off with Guyton South Effingham in a football game.

Buford manhandles Atlanta Carver

Buford flexed its muscle and floored Atlanta Carver 44-16 during this Georgia football game.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Buford faced off against Kennesaw North Cobb.

Big start becomes big finish as Cairo bowls over Pelham

Cairo jump-started its momentum from the beginning to defeat Pelham 27-14 during this Georgia football game.

Recently on Sept. 2, Cairo squared off with Thomasville in a football game.

Calhoun hits passing gear early to lap Calhoun Sonoraville

Calhoun shot out of the gate and remained in front to doom Calhoun Sonoraville 40-7 on Sept. 16 in Georgia football.

Calhoun stormed in front of Calhoun Sonoraville 20-0 to begin the second quarter.

The Phoenix didn’t give up, slicing the gap to 20-7 at the intermission.

Calhoun charged to a 33-7 lead heading into the final quarter.

There was no room for doubt as the Yellow Jackets added to their advantage with a 7-0 margin in the closing period.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Calhoun Sonoraville faced off against Dalton and Calhoun took on Canton Creekview on Sept. 2 at Canton Creekview High School.

Canton Creekview squeaks past Acworth Allatoona in tight tilt

Canton Creekview walked the high-wire before edging Acworth Allatoona 24-22 in a Georgia high school football matchup on Sept. 16.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Canton Creekview faced off against Calhoun and Acworth Allatoona took on Cartersville on Sept. 2 at Acworth Allatoona High School.

Canton Sequoyah posts win at Woodstock Etowah’s expense

No quarter was granted as Canton Sequoyah blunted Woodstock Etowah’s plans 18-7 in a Georgia high school football matchup on Sept. 16.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Woodstock Etowah faced off against Cumming Forsyth Central and Canton Sequoyah took on Cedartown on Sept. 2 at Cedartown High School.

Score no more: Carrollton’s defense breaks down Savannah Jenkins

Carrollton corralled Savannah Jenkins’ offense and never let go to fuel a 48-0 victory for a Georgia high school football victory at Carrollton High.

Carrollton opened with a 21-0 advantage over Savannah Jenkins through the first quarter.

The Trojans’ offense jumped in front for a 41-0 lead over the Warriors at halftime.

Carrollton jumped to a 48-0 lead heading into the final quarter.

Neither squad scored in the final quarter.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Carrollton faced off against Rome and Savannah Jenkins took on Richmond Hill on Sept. 2 at Richmond Hill High School.

Carrollton Central gallops past Newnan Northgate

Winning wasn’t going to be easy in this matchup, but Carrollton Central still prevailed 27-17 against Newnan Northgate at Carrollton Central High on Sept. 16 in Georgia football action.

Carrollton Central jumped in front of Newnan Northgate 7-0 to begin the second quarter.

The Vikings showed their teeth in the second quarter by rallying to within 7-3.

Carrollton Central jumped to a 14-3 lead heading into the fourth quarter.

The Vikings rallied with a 14-13 advantage in the final quarter. However, the Lions prevailed.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Carrollton Central faced off against Hampton and Newnan Northgate took on Villa Rica on Sept. 2 at Villa Rica High School.

Cartersville stonewalls Conyers Heritage

An electrician would’ve been needed to get Conyers Heritage on the scoreboard because Cartersville wouldn’t allow it in a 49-0 shutout for a Georgia high school football victory at Cartersville High.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Cartersville faced off against Acworth Allatoona and Conyers Heritage took on Conyers Rockdale County on Sept. 2 at Conyers Heritage High School.

Chamblee Charter rains down on Atlanta Riverwood Intl Charter

Chamblee Charter recorded a big victory over Atlanta Riverwood Intl Charter 55-23 on Sept. 16 in Georgia football action.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Chamblee Charter faced off against Dunwoody and Atlanta Riverwood Intl Charter took on Atlanta North Springs on Sept. 2 at Atlanta North Springs High School.

Vice-grip defense fuels Cochran Bleckley County’s win over Dexter West Laurens

Defense dominated as Cochran Bleckley County pitched a 33-0 shutout of Dexter West Laurens on Sept. 16 in Georgia football action.

Recently on Sept. 2, Dexter West Laurens squared off with Warner Robins Hou County in a football game.

Columbus cancels check from Columbus Shaw

No quarter was granted as Columbus blunted Columbus Shaw’s plans 33-20 on Sept. 16 in Georgia football action.

The first quarter gave Columbus a 7-6 lead over Columbus Shaw.

An intermission tie at 14-14 allowed for a respite as both teams looked to regroup in the locker room.

Columbus took control in the third quarter with a 28-14 advantage over Columbus Shaw.

The Raiders rallied in the final quarter, but the Blue Devils skirted trouble with just enough offense to thwart all hopes.

Last season, Columbus and Columbus Shaw squared off on Nov. 4, 2021 at Columbus High School.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Columbus Shaw faced off against Hamilton Harris County and Columbus took on Manchester on Sept. 2 at Manchester High School.

Columbus Brookstone hammers Jonesboro Mt. Zion

Columbus Brookstone ignored the “slow and steady wins the race” mantra, overpowering Jonesboro Mt. Zion 33-10 in Georgia high school football action on Sept. 16.

Columbus Brookstone jumped in front of Jonesboro Mt. Zion 7-0 to begin the second quarter.

The Cougars registered a 21-10 advantage at intermission over the Bulldogs.

Columbus Brookstone charged to a 27-10 lead heading into the fourth quarter.

The Cougars’ train of momentum chugged along the fourth-quarter tracks with a 6-0 points differential.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Columbus Brookstone faced off against Macon First Presbyterian Day.

Columbus Brookstone spins away from trouble to top Carrollton Mt. Zion

Columbus Brookstone beat the odds by rallying for a 33-10 win against Carrollton Mt. Zion for a Georgia high school football victory at Columbus Brookstone High.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Columbus Brookstone faced off against Macon First Presbyterian Day.

Columbus Hardaway overcomes Hamilton Harris County in seat-squirming affair

Columbus Hardaway poked just enough holes in Hamilton Harris County’s defense to garner a taut, 23-20 victory for a Georgia high school football victory on Sept. 16.

Columbus Hardaway drew first blood by forging a 9-7 margin over Hamilton Harris County after the first quarter.

The Tigers came from behind to grab the advantage 14-9 at intermission over the Hawks.

Neither squad could muster points in the third quarter.

The Hawks pulled off a stirring 14-6 fourth quarter to trip the Tigers.

In recent action on Sept. 8, Columbus Hardaway faced off against Newnan and Hamilton Harris County took on Columbus Shaw on Sept. 2 at Hamilton Harris County High School.

Columbus St. Anne-Pacelli gallops past Macon Stratford

No quarter was granted as Columbus St. Anne-Pacelli blunted Macon Stratford’s plans 21-7 in a Georgia high school football matchup.

Commerce outlasts Lincolnton Lincoln County

Commerce tipped and eventually toppled Lincolnton Lincoln County 28-12 on Sept. 16 in Georgia football action.

Commerce opened with a 7-0 advantage over Lincolnton Lincoln County through the first quarter.

The Tigers’ offense jumped in front for a 14-0 lead over the Red Devils at halftime.

Commerce darted to a 21-6 lead heading into the fourth quarter.

The clock was the only thing that stopped the Tigers, who enjoyed the upper hand in a 7-6 final quarter, too.

The last time Lincolnton Lincoln County and Commerce played in a 35-6 game on Nov. 5, 2021.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Commerce faced off against Dacula Hebron Christian and Lincolnton Lincoln County took on Twin City Emanuel County Institute on Sept. 2 at Lincolnton Lincoln County High School.

Commerce East Jackson hustles by Carnesville Franklin County

Riding a wave of production, Commerce East Jackson surfed over Carnesville Franklin County 35-17 in a Georgia high school football matchup.

Neither team dominated early as the two squads struggled evenly to a 7-7 tie through the first quarter.

The Lions took a 14-7 lead over the Eagles heading to the halftime locker room.

Commerce East Jackson broke in front at the beginning of the final quarter with a 28-17 lead over Carnesville Franklin County.

The Eagles got the better of the final-quarter scoring, finishing the game in style with a 7-0 edge.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Commerce East Jackson faced off against Oakwood West Hall and Carnesville Franklin County took on Dahlonega Lumpkin County on Sept. 2 at Dahlonega Lumpkin County High School.

Covington Eastside wallops McDonough Ola

It would have taken a herculean effort for McDonough Ola to claim this one, and Covington Eastside wouldn’t allow that in a 42-14 decision in a Georgia high school football matchup on Sept. 16.

Covington Eastside jumped in front of McDonough Ola 14-7 to begin the second quarter.

The Eagles opened an immense 28-7 gap over the Mustangs at halftime.

Covington Eastside jumped to a 35-7 lead heading into the fourth quarter.

Both teams scored evenly in the final quarter to make it 42-14.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Covington Eastside faced off against Covington Newton and McDonough Ola took on Jackson on Sept. 2 at McDonough Ola High School.

Cumming North Forsyth overcomes Jefferson Jackson County

Cumming North Forsyth put its nose to the grindstone and turned back Jefferson Jackson County in a 14-3 decision during this Georgia football game.

Both teams were blanked in the first quarter.

The Panthers took a 3-0 lead over the Raiders heading to the halftime locker room.

Nothing was decided in the third quarter, with Cumming North Forsyth and Jefferson Jackson County locked in a 3-3 stalemate.

The Raiders put a bow on this victory with a strong final-quarter kick, outpointing the Panthers 11-0 in the last stanza.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Jefferson Jackson County faced off against Lawrenceville Central Gwinnett and Cumming North Forsyth took on Cumming West Forsyth on Sept. 2 at Cumming North Forsyth High School.

Cumming South Forsyth squeezes past Athens Clarke Central

Olive Oil isn’t as slim as the win Cumming South Forsyth chalked up in tripping Athens Clarke Central 41-34 in a Georgia high school football matchup on Sept. 16.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Cumming South Forsyth faced off against Bogart North Oconee.

Cumming West Forsyth flies high over Canton Cherokee

Cumming West Forsyth left no doubt on Friday, controlling Canton Cherokee from start to finish for a 34-7 victory during this Georgia football game.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Cumming West Forsyth faced off against Cumming North Forsyth and Canton Cherokee took on Woodstock on Sept. 2 at Canton Cherokee High School.

Cusseta Chattahoochee County dims lights on Butler Taylor County

Cusseta Chattahoochee County showed it had the juice to douse Butler Taylor County in a points barrage during a 61-7 win on Sept. 16 in Georgia football.

The last time Cusseta Chattahoochee County and Butler Taylor County played in a 48-0 game on Oct. 15, 2021.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Butler Taylor County faced off against Mt Vernon Montgomery County and Cusseta Chattahoochee County took on Loganville Walnut Grove on Sept. 2 at Cusseta Chattahoochee County High School.

Shaken, not stirred, Dallas North Paulding cracks Marietta Pope

Dallas North Paulding gathered points in bunches fueling an onslaught that downed Marietta Pope 55-7 in a Georgia high school football matchup on Sept. 16.

Dallas North Paulding darted in front of Marietta Pope 7-0 to begin the second quarter.

The Wolfpack’s offense steamrolled in front for a 34-7 lead over the Greyhounds at halftime.

Dallas North Paulding pulled to a 48-7 lead heading into the final quarter.

Conditioning showed as the Wolfpack outscored the Greyhounds 7-0 in the final quarter.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Marietta Pope faced off against Marietta Kell and Dallas North Paulding took on Kennesaw Mountain on Sept. 2 at Dallas North Paulding High School.

Dallas Paulding County survives taut tilt with Newnan

Dallas Paulding County found the tipping point, and leaned on it to knock off Newnan 32-25 in Georgia high school football action on Sept. 16.

In recent action on Sept. 8, Newnan faced off against Columbus Hardaway and Dallas Paulding County took on Kennesaw Harrison on Sept. 2 at Dallas Paulding County High School.

Don’t call it a comeback: Dalton overtakes Marietta Lassiter in showstopper

Dalton shook off a slow start and pulled away for a 28-3 win over Marietta Lassiter in a Georgia high school football matchup on Sept. 16.

Marietta Lassiter authored a promising start, taking a 3-0 advantage over Dalton at the end of the first quarter.

The Catamounts kept a 14-3 halftime margin at the Trojans’ expense.

Dalton charged to a 28-3 lead heading into the fourth quarter.

The scoreboard was in hibernation in the final quarter, with neither team scoring.

Recently on Sept. 2, Dalton squared off with Calhoun Sonoraville in a football game.

Some kind of impressive: Dalton Coahulla Creek pounds Rossville Ridgeland

Dalton Coahulla Creek left no doubt on Friday, controlling Rossville Ridgeland from start to finish for a 35-14 victory for a Georgia high school football victory on Sept. 16.

In recent action on Sept. 8, Dalton Coahulla Creek faced off against Summerville Chattooga and Rossville Ridgeland took on Chatsworth North Murray on Sept. 2 at Rossville Ridgeland High School.

Needlepoint: Dalton Southeast Whitfield County sews up Rome Armuchee in slim triumph

With little to no wiggle room, Dalton Southeast Whitfield County nosed past Rome Armuchee 28-21 on Sept. 16 in Georgia football action.

Neither team could dent the scoreboard in the first quarter.

A halftime tie at 14-14 allowed for a respite as both teams looked to regroup in the locker room.

The third quarter gave Dalton Southeast Whitfield County a 28-14 lead over Rome Armuchee.

The Raiders enjoyed a big enough lead to offset the Indians’ 7-0 advantage in the fourth quarter.

Last season, Rome Armuchee and Dalton Southeast Whitfield County squared off on Sept. 17, 2021 at Rome Armuchee High School.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Dalton Southeast Whitfield County faced off against Chickamauga Gordon Lee.

Darien Mcintosh squeezes past Lakeland Lanier County

Darien Mcintosh derailed Lakeland Lanier County’s hopes after an 18-10 verdict at Darien Mcintosh County Academy on Sept. 16 in Georgia football action.

Neither defense permitted points in the first and second quarters.

Darien Mcintosh and Lakeland Lanier County were engaged in a narrow affair at 12-10 as the final quarter started.

The clock was the only thing that stopped the Buccaneers, who enjoyed the upper hand in a 6-0 final quarter, too.

In recent action on Sept. 8, Darien Mcintosh faced off against Callahan West Nassau and Lakeland Lanier County took on Alachua Santa Fe on Sept. 2 at Alachua Santa Fe High School.

Darlington Trinity Collegiate overcomes Martinez Augusta Christian in seat-squirming affair

A sigh of relief filled the air in Darlington Trinity Collegiate’s locker room after a trying 30-22 test with Martinez Augusta Christian for a Georgia high school football victory at Martinez Augusta Christian High.

The first quarter gave Darlington Trinity Collegiate a 6-0 lead over Martinez Augusta Christian.

The Titans fought to an 18-7 intermission margin at the Lions’ expense.

Darlington Trinity Collegiate roared to a 24-7 lead heading into the final quarter.

The Lions managed a 15-6 rally in the final quarter, yet the die was already cast.

Last season, Darlington Trinity Collegiate and Martinez Augusta Christian squared off on Nov. 12, 2021 at Darlington Trinity Collegiate School.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Martinez Augusta Christian faced off against Hephzibah.

Dawson Terrell engulfs Edison Pataula Charter in point barrage

Dawson Terrell turned in a thorough domination of Edison Pataula Charter 42-8 in Georgia high school football on Sept. 16.

Recently on Sept. 2, Edison Pataula Charter squared off with Macon The Academy for Classical Education in a football game.

Decatur Southwest Dekalb comes to play in easy win over Stone Mountain Redan

Decatur Southwest Dekalb earned its community’s accolades after a 55-6 win over Stone Mountain Redan on Sept. 16 in Georgia football action.

The Panthers fought to a 34-0 halftime margin at the Raiders’ expense.

Neither squad could muster points in the first and third quarters.

There was no room for doubt as the Panthers added to their advantage with a 21-6 margin in the closing period.

Douglas Coffee smacks Conyers Salem in shutout victory

Getting on the board turned out to be a task too tough for Conyers Salem as it was blanked 65-0 by Douglas Coffee for a Georgia high school football victory at Douglas Coffee High.

Douglas Coffee breathed fire in front of Conyers Salem 28-0 to begin the second quarter.

The Trojans fought to a 51-0 intermission margin at the Seminoles’ expense.

Douglas Coffee breathed fire to a 58-0 lead heading into the final quarter.

The Trojans got the better of the final-quarter scoring, finishing the game in style with a 7-0 edge.

Last season, Douglas Coffee and Conyers Salem squared off on Sept. 10, 2021 at Douglas Coffee High School.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Conyers Salem faced off against Winder-Barrow.

Douglasville Douglas County rains down on Douglasville Alexander

Winning wasn’t going to be easy in this matchup, but Douglasville Douglas County still prevailed 31-14 against Douglasville Alexander during this Georgia football game.

The Tigers opened a tight 21-7 gap over the Cougars at the intermission.

Offense was nothing but a rumor in the first and third quarters, as neither squad scored.

The Tigers put a bow on this victory with a strong fourth-quarter kick, outpointing the Cougars 10-7 in the last stanza.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Douglasville Douglas County faced off against Powder Springs McEachern and Douglasville Alexander took on Tyrone Sandy Creek on Sept. 2 at Douglasville Alexander High School.

Douglasville Harvester Christian handles stress test to best Milner Rock Springs Christian

Douglasville Harvester Christian eventually plied victory away from Milner Rock Springs Christian 18-14 in Georgia high school football action on Sept. 16.

Pretty portrait: Douglasville South Paulding paints a victorious picture in win over Dallas East Paulding

Douglasville South Paulding trucked Dallas East Paulding on the road to a 37-27 victory at Dallas East Paulding High on Sept. 16 in Georgia football action.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Dallas East Paulding faced off against Hiram.

Dublin Trinity Christian collects skin-tight win against McDonough Creekside

A tight-knit tilt turned in Dublin Trinity Christian’s direction just enough to squeeze past McDonough Creekside 27-18 for a Georgia high school football victory at Mcdonough Creekside Christian Academy.

Recently on Sept. 2, Dublin Trinity Christian squared off with Waynesboro Edmund Burke in a football game.

Ministry of defense: Eatonton Putnam County blanks Augusta Butler

No worries, Eatonton Putnam County’s defense took care of business on Friday, keying a 44-0 shutout of Augusta Butler in a Georgia high school football matchup.

Last season, Eatonton Putnam County and Augusta Butler squared off on Nov. 5, 2021 at Eatonton Putnam County High School.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Eatonton Putnam County faced off against Watkinsville Oconee County and Augusta Butler took on West Columbia Airport on Sept. 2 at West Columbia Airport High School.

Elberton Elbert County dances past Washington-Wilkes

Elberton Elbert County dumped Washington-Wilkes 32-20 in Georgia high school football action on Sept. 16.

The last time Washington-Wilkes and Elberton Elbert County played in a 42-35 game on Sept. 17, 2021.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Elberton Elbert County faced off against Harlem.

Ellaville Schley County tells Talbotton Central “No Soup For You” in shutout

A vice-like defensive effort helped Ellaville Schley County squeeze Talbotton Central 63-0 in a shutout performance in a Georgia high school football matchup.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Ellaville Schley County faced off against Blakely Early County.

Fairburn Creekside mauls Lithia Springs in strong effort

Fairburn Creekside raced to a big lead and never looked back in a 35-14 win over Lithia Springs on Sept. 16 in Georgia football.

In recent action on Sept. 3, Fairburn Creekside faced off against Irmo Dutch Fork and Lithia Springs took on Leesburg Lee County on Sept. 2 at Leesburg Lee County High School.

Boxed in: Fairburn Langston Hughes’ defense bottles Douglasville New Manchester’s attack

Fans of old-fashioned defense were treated to a masterful performance Friday when Fairburn Langston Hughes bottled Douglasville New Manchester 65-0 in a Georgia high school football matchup.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Fairburn Langston Hughes faced off against Atlanta Mays and Douglasville New Manchester took on North Atlanta on Sept. 2 at Douglasville New Manchester High School.

Fayetteville Starrs Mill works extra shift to take care of LaGrange in OT classic

Fayetteville Starrs Mill required extra time, but it got the job done against LaGrange in a 25-24 affair for a Georgia high school football victory at Lagrange High.

The Panthers registered a 10-3 advantage at intermission over the Grangers.

Neither defense permitted points in the first and third quarters.

Nothing was decided in the fourth quarter, with the Panthers and the Grangers locked in a 17-17 stalemate.

Fayetteville Starrs Mill held on with an 8-7 scoring edge in the first overtime period.

In recent action on Sept. 8, LaGrange faced off against Thomaston Upson-Lee and Fayetteville Starrs Mill took on Locust Grove Luella on Sept. 2 at Fayetteville Starrs Mill High School.

Flowery Branch Cherokee Bluff hits passing gear early to lap Gainesville Chestatee

Speedy Gonzales wasn’t as quick to start as Flowery Branch Cherokee Bluff, which shifted into high gear in a hurry to take control of Gainesville Chestatee 42-21 in a Georgia high school football matchup.

Flowery Branch Cherokee Bluff drew first blood by forging a 28-0 margin over Gainesville Chestatee after the first quarter.

The Bears opened a huge 35-0 gap over the War Eagles at halftime.

The roles reversed in the third quarter as Gainesville Chestatee fought to within 42-21.

Neither squad scored in the final quarter.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Gainesville Chestatee faced off against Cleveland White County.

Gainesville gives Winder Apalachee the business

Gainesville controlled the action to earn an impressive 55-6 win against Winder Apalachee at Winder Apalachee High on Sept. 16 in Georgia football action.

The Red Elephants registered a 28-0 advantage at intermission over the Wildcats.

Gainesville pulled to a 55-6 lead heading into the fourth quarter.

Both offenses were stymied without points on either side in the first and fourth quarters.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Winder Apalachee faced off against Hartwell Hart County and Gainesville took on Monroe Area on Sept. 2 at Monroe Area High School.

Dominant defense: Gainesville East Forsyth stifles Gainesville Johnson

If a foe fails to score, you can’t lose. Gainesville East Forsyth proved that in blanking Gainesville Johnson 42-0 in Georgia high school football on Sept. 16.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Gainesville Johnson faced off against Gainesville East Hall and Gainesville East Forsyth took on Athens Cedar Shoals on Sept. 2 at Athens Cedar Shoals High School.

Denied: Gainesville North Hall blunts Gainesville East Hall on scoreboard

Gainesville North Hall’s defense served a delicious donut while discarding Gainesville East Hall 69-0 in a Georgia high school football matchup.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Gainesville East Hall faced off against Gainesville Johnson and Gainesville North Hall took on Dawsonville Dawson County on Sept. 2 at Gainesville North Hall High School.

Gooseggs: Gray Jones County hands Locust Grove a shutout

No points allowed and no problems permitted for Gray Jones County as it controlled Locust Grove’s offense 62-0 in a sterling defensive showcase for a Georgia high school football victory on Sept. 16.

Last season, Gray Jones County and Locust Grove squared off on Oct. 1, 2021 at Locust Grove High School.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Gray Jones County faced off against Perry and Locust Grove took on Lithonia Martin Luther King, Jr. on Sept. 2 at Locust Grove High School.

Griffin Skipstone Academy blanks Cumming Pinecrest in shutout performance

No points allowed and no problems permitted for Griffin Skipstone Academy as it controlled Cumming Pinecrest’s offense 34-0 in a sterling defensive showcase on Sept. 16 in Georgia football.

Grovetown soars over Louisville Jefferson County

Grovetown left no doubt of its superiority in polishing off Louisville Jefferson County 49-27 during this Georgia football game.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Grovetown faced off against Thomson.

Hahira Valwood outlasts Lyons Robert Toombs Christian in topsy-turvy battle

No quarter was granted as Hahira Valwood blunted Lyons Robert Toombs Christian’s plans 40-28 in Georgia high school football action on Sept. 16.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Hahira Valwood faced off against St. Simons Island Frederica and Lyons Robert Toombs Christian took on Portal on Sept. 2 at Portal High School.

Hampton Dutchtown claims close encounter of the winning kind over Warner Robins

Hampton Dutchtown surfed the tension to ride to a 14-7 win over Warner Robins on Sept. 16 in Georgia football.

The Demons took a 7-0 lead over the Bulldogs heading to the halftime locker room.

Hampton Dutchtown broke in front at the beginning of the fourth quarter with a 14-7 lead over Warner Robins.

Defense ruled the first and fourth quarters as the Bulldogs and the Demons were both scoreless.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Warner Robins faced off against Warner Robins Northside and Hampton Dutchtown took on Jonesboro on Sept. 2 at Hampton Dutchtown High School.

Hampton Lovejoy flexes defensive muscle to keep Conyers Rockdale County off the scoreboard

It was a quiet night for the scoreboard operators on one side, where the digit never moved in Hampton Lovejoy’s 55-0 blanking of Conyers Rockdale County at Conyers Rockdale County High on Sept. 16 in Georgia football action.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Conyers Rockdale County faced off against Conyers Heritage and Hampton Lovejoy took on Cordele Crisp County on Sept. 2 at Cordele Crisp County High School.

Harlem wins tense tussle with Augusta Aquinas

It wasn’t pretty, gut-tough wins usually aren’t, but Harlem wasn’t going for style points. A victory will do, and it was earned 27-20 over Augusta Aquinas for a Georgia high school football victory on Sept. 16.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Augusta Aquinas faced off against Savannah Country Day and Harlem took on Elberton Elbert County on Sept. 2 at Elberton Elbert County High School.

Hartwell Hart County chalks up convincing victory over Alpharetta St. Francis

An array of elements led to a knockout performance as Hartwell Hart County turned out the lights on Alpharetta St. Francis 31-7 on Sept. 16 in Georgia football action.

Tough to find an edge early, Hartwell Hart County and Alpharetta St. Francis fashioned a 7-7 stalemate through the first quarter.

Both teams were blanked in the second quarter.

Hartwell Hart County stormed over Alpharetta St. Francis 24-7 heading to the final quarter.

The Bulldogs got the better of the final-quarter scoring, finishing the game in style with a 7-0 edge.

Recently on Sept. 2, Hartwell Hart County squared off with Winder Apalachee in a football game.

Hawkinsville delivers smashing punch to stump Jeffersonville Twiggs County

Hawkinsville’s river of points eventually washed away Jeffersonville Twiggs County in a 58-22 cavalcade during this Georgia football game.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Jeffersonville Twiggs County faced off against Hephzibah Georgia School for Innovation and the Classics and Hawkinsville took on Claxton on Sept. 2 at Claxton High School.

Hiram triggers avalanche over Riverdale Drew

Hiram put on an offensive clinic to extinguish Riverdale Drew for a 41-7 victory during this Georgia football game.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Riverdale Drew faced off against White Cass and Hiram took on Dallas East Paulding on Sept. 2 at Hiram High School.

Point of emphasis: Homer Banks County posts stop sign on Monroe George Walton’s offense

Homer Banks County didn’t bring a magic wand, just a dominating bond that eliminated Monroe George Walton’s attack in a virtuoso 33-0 performance in Georgia high school football on Sept. 16.

Homer Banks County drew first blood by forging a 20-0 margin over Monroe George Walton after the first quarter.

Homer Banks County jumped to a 33-0 lead heading into the final quarter.

Both teams were shutout in the second and fourth quarters.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Monroe George Walton faced off against Social Circle and Homer Banks County took on Lexington Oglethorpe on Sept. 2 at Homer Banks County High School.

Blowout: Homerville Clinch County delivers statement win over Alma Bacon County

Homerville Clinch County left no doubt on Friday, controlling Alma Bacon County from start to finish for a 55-13 victory for a Georgia high school football victory on Sept. 16.

Homerville Clinch County opened with a 21-0 advantage over Alma Bacon County through the first quarter.

The Panthers fought to a 42-0 intermission margin at the Red Raiders’ expense.

Both teams were blanked in the third quarter.

Both teams scored evenly in the final quarter to make it 55-13.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Homerville Clinch County faced off against Colquitt Miller County and Alma Bacon County took on Nashville Berrien on Sept. 2 at Nashville Berrien High School.

Hoschton Mill Creek denies Ellenwood Cedar Grove’s challenge

Hoschton Mill Creek turned in a solid effort to wrap up a 52-36 win over Ellenwood Cedar Grove on Sept. 16 in Georgia football.

The first quarter gave Hoschton Mill Creek a 14-6 lead over Ellenwood Cedar Grove.

The Hawks’ offense steamrolled in front for a 38-21 lead over the Saints at halftime.

The scene changed momentarily in the third quarter when Ellenwood Cedar Grove got within 45-29.

The Hawks and the Saints each scored in the fourth quarter.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Hoschton Mill Creek faced off against Lawrenceville Archer and Ellenwood Cedar Grove took on Atlanta Westlake on Sept. 2 at Atlanta Westlake High School.

Jasper Pickens County dodges a bullet in win over Dalton Christian Heritage

Friday’s outing turned into an endurance test that Jasper Pickens County passed in a 24-22 victory at Dalton Christian Heritage’s expense in Georgia high school football on Sept. 16.

Jasper Pickens County drew first blood by forging an 18-10 margin over Dalton Christian Heritage after the first quarter.

Dalton Christian Heritage clawed to within 24-22 through the third quarter.

Both teams were shutout in the second and fourth quarters.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Jasper Pickens County faced off against Blue Ridge Fannin County and Dalton Christian Heritage took on Rome Darlington on Sept. 2 at Rome Darlington High School.

Complete command: Jesup Wayne County dominates Statesboro in convincing showing

Jesup Wayne County dominated from start to finish in an imposing 28-7 win over Statesboro in a Georgia high school football matchup on Sept. 16.

Jesup Wayne County drew first blood by forging a 7-0 margin over Statesboro after the first quarter.

An intermission tie at 7-7 allowed for a respite as both teams looked to regroup in the locker room.

Jesup Wayne County moved over Statesboro 14-7 heading to the fourth quarter.

The Yellow Jackets’ train of momentum chugged along the final-quarter tracks with a 14-0 points differential.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Jesup Wayne County faced off against Baxley Appling County and Statesboro took on Springfield Effingham County on Sept. 2 at Statesboro High School.

Johnston Thurmond’s initial push dashes Evans’ hopes

Evans could not climb the hill of an early deficit as Johnston Thurmond held on to win a 29-21 tilt in a Georgia high school football matchup on Sept. 16.

Recently on Sept. 2, Evans squared off with Evans Greenbrier in a football game.

Score no more: Jonesboro’s defense breaks down Forest Park

A suffocating defense helped Jonesboro handle Forest Park 34-0 in a Georgia high school football matchup on Sept. 16.

Jonesboro jumped in front of Forest Park 6-0 to begin the second quarter.

The Cardinals registered a 12-0 advantage at intermission over the Panthers.

Jonesboro thundered to a 28-0 lead heading into the fourth quarter.

The Cardinals hummed like a well-oiled machine through the final quarter, extending the lead with a 6-0 advantage in the frame.

The last time Jonesboro and Forest Park played in a 56-6 game on Oct. 8, 2021.

In recent action on Sept. 8, Forest Park faced off against KIPP Atlanta Collegiate and Jonesboro took on Hampton Dutchtown on Sept. 2 at Hampton Dutchtown High School.

Gooseggs: Jonesboro New Faith Christian hands East Point Fulton Leadership a shutout

Jonesboro New Faith Christian played judge, jury and executioner in ruling a 14-0 verdict over East Point Fulton Leadership in Georgia high school football on Sept. 16.

The first quarter gave Jonesboro New Faith Christian a 14-0 lead over East Point Fulton Leadership.

Defense ruled the second, third and fourth quarters as the Titans and the Gryphon were both scoreless.

Kathleen Veterans rains down on Evans Lakeside

Riding a wave of production, Kathleen Veterans surfed over Evans Lakeside 28-17 in Georgia high school football action on Sept. 16.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Evans Lakeside faced off against North Augusta.

Putting it all together: Kennesaw Mountain overwhelms Kennesaw Harrison

Kennesaw Mountain raced to a big lead and never looked back in a 45-23 win over Kennesaw Harrison at Kennesaw Mountain High on Sept. 16 in Georgia football action.

Tough to find an edge early, Kennesaw Mountain and Kennesaw Harrison fashioned a 7-7 stalemate through the first quarter.

The Mustangs opened a tight 24-23 gap over the Hoyas at the intermission.

Kennesaw Mountain jumped to a 38-23 lead heading into the fourth quarter.

There was no room for doubt as the Mustangs added to their advantage with a 7-0 margin in the closing period.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Kennesaw Mountain faced off against Dallas North Paulding and Kennesaw Harrison took on Dallas Paulding County on Sept. 2 at Dallas Paulding County High School.

Kennesaw Mt. Paran Christian blanks KIPP Atlanta Collegiate

It was a quiet night for the scoreboard operators on one side, where the digit never moved in Kennesaw Mt. Paran Christian’s 41-0 blanking of KIPP Atlanta Collegiate in a Georgia high school football matchup.

The Eagles opened a monstrous 34-0 gap over the Warriors at the intermission.

Kennesaw Mt. Paran Christian jumped to a 41-0 lead heading into the final quarter.

Neither defense permitted points in the first and fourth quarters.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Kennesaw Mt. Paran Christian faced off against Atlanta Mt Vernon and KIPP Atlanta Collegiate took on Forest Park on Sept. 8 at Forest Park High School.

Storm warning: Kennesaw North Cobb Christian rains down on Atlanta Therrell

Kennesaw North Cobb Christian dominated from start to finish in an imposing 40-13 win over Atlanta Therrell in a Georgia high school football matchup on Sept. 16.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Kennesaw North Cobb Christian faced off against Peachtree Corners Wesleyan and Atlanta Therrell took on Decatur Towers on Sept. 8 at Atlanta Therrell High School.

Powerhouse performance: Kingsland Camden County roars to big win over Pembroke Pines Somerset Academy

Pembroke Pines Somerset Academy got no credit and no consideration from Kingsland Camden County, which slammed the door 48-21 in a Georgia high school football matchup on Sept. 16.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Kingsland Camden County faced off against Brunswick Glynn.

Lawrenceville Archer squeezes past Snellville Shiloh

Lawrenceville Archer surfed the tension to ride to a 20-18 win over Snellville Shiloh in a Georgia high school football matchup on Sept. 16.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Lawrenceville Archer faced off against Hoschton Mill Creek.

Lawrenceville Central Gwinnett outlasts Lithonia Miller Grove in multi-OT classic

It took overtime, but Lawrenceville Central Gwinnett finally nipped Lithonia Miller Grove 48-42 in a Georgia high school football matchup on Sept. 16.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Lawrenceville Central Gwinnett faced off against Jefferson Jackson County and Lithonia Miller Grove took on Atlanta Douglass on Sept. 2 at Atlanta Douglass High School.

Taking care of business: Lawrenceville Mountain View scores early, often in pounding of Buford Lanier

Lawrenceville Mountain View stormed to the lead and never relinquished it to score a 57-3 victory over Buford Lanier in a Georgia high school football matchup.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Lawrenceville Mountain View faced off against Suwanee Lambert and Buford Lanier took on Johns Creek on Sept. 2 at Buford Lanier High School.

Leesburg Lee County stonewalls Lakeland Lake Gibson

It was a quiet night for the scoreboard operators on one side, where the digit never moved in Leesburg Lee County’s 51-0 blanking of Lakeland Lake Gibson for a Georgia high school football victory on Sept. 16.

Leesburg Lee County thundered in front of Lakeland Lake Gibson 21-0 to begin the second quarter.

The Trojans fought to a 41-0 halftime margin at the Braves’ expense.

Leesburg Lee County roared to a 48-0 lead heading into the final quarter.

The Trojans’ train of momentum chugged along the final-quarter tracks with a 3-0 points differential.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Leesburg Lee County faced off against Lithia Springs.

Lexington Oglethorpe nets nifty victory over Greensboro Greene County

Lexington Oglethorpe could finally catch its breath after a close call against Greensboro Greene County in a 34-33 victory in a Georgia high school football matchup.

Greensboro Greene County showed it was ready to play, using an early thrust to carve out a 14-0 advantage over Lexington Oglethorpe as the first quarter ended.

The Tigers took a 27-21 lead over the Patriots heading to the intermission locker room.

Greensboro Greene County enjoyed a 33-21 lead over Lexington Oglethorpe to start the fourth quarter.

It took a 13-0 rally, but the Patriots were up to the task, grabbing the lead for good in the fourth quarter.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Greensboro Greene County faced off against Sparta Hancock Central and Lexington Oglethorpe took on Homer Banks County on Sept. 2 at Homer Banks County High School.

Lilburn Parkview overcomes deficit and Atlanta St. Pius X Catholic

Lilburn Parkview fell behind but never gave in, storming back to dethrone Atlanta St. Pius X Catholic during a 38-21 decision in a Georgia high school football matchup.

Atlanta St. Pius X Catholic showed it was ready to play, using an early thrust to carve out a 14-6 advantage over Lilburn Parkview as the first quarter ended.

An intermission tie at 14-14 allowed for a respite as both teams looked to regroup in the locker room.

Lilburn Parkview jumped in front of Atlanta St. Pius X Catholic 31-14 going into the fourth quarter.

The Panthers and the Golden Lions each scored in the final quarter.

Recently on Sept. 2, Atlanta St Pius X Catholic squared off with Jefferson in a football game.

Lilburn Providence Christian’s determined rally upends Athens Christian

Lilburn Providence Christian donned the rally caps and found a fit in dropping Athens Christian 36-19 on Friday on Sept. 16 in Georgia football.

Athens Christian authored a promising start, taking a 6-3 advantage over Lilburn Providence Christian at the end of the first quarter.

The Storm kept a 14-13 intermission margin at the Eagles’ expense.

Lilburn Providence Christian jumped to a 17-13 lead heading into the fourth quarter.

The Storm’s train of momentum chugged along the fourth-quarter tracks with a 19-6 points differential.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Lilburn Providence Christian faced off against Mableton Whitefield and Athens Christian took on Macon Georgia Tattnall Square on Sept. 2 at Athens Christian School.

Storm warning: Locust Grove Strong Rock Christian unleashes full fury on Loganville Christian

Locust Grove Strong Rock Christian offered a menacingly balanced approach while handling Loganville Christian during this 35-14 victory for a Georgia high school football victory on Sept. 16.

Loganville ends the party for Winder-Barrow

Loganville pushed past Winder-Barrow for a 27-14 win for a Georgia high school football victory at Loganville High.

Neither team could dent the scoreboard in the first quarter.

The Red Devils fought to a 17-0 intermission margin at the Bulldoggs’ expense.

Winder-Barrow drew within 17-7 in the third quarter.

The Red Devils avoided the brakes and shifted into victory gear via a 10-7 stretch over the fourth quarter.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Loganville faced off against Suwanee Peachtree Ridge and Winder-Barrow took on Conyers Salem on Sept. 2 at Winder-Barrow High School.

Loganville Victory Baptist routs Cumming Horizon Christian

Loganville Victory Baptist’s competitive spirit was fine-tuned while punishing Cumming Horizon Christian 48-19 during this Georgia football game.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Cumming Horizon Christian faced off against McDonough New Creation Christian.

Louisville Thomas Jefferson Academy sets early tone, plays it to the finish in drumming Gibson Glascock Consolidated

A swift beginning blazed a winning path for Louisville Thomas Jefferson Academy during a 54-20 win over Gibson Glascock Consolidated at Gibson Glascock County Consolidated High on Sept. 16 in Georgia football action.

Recently on Sept. 2, Gibson Glascock Consolidated squared off with Warrenton Briarwood in a football game.

Ludowici Long County rides to cruise-control win over Garden City Groves

Ludowici Long County delivered all the smoke to disorient Garden City Groves and flew away with a 62-6 win in Georgia high school football on Sept. 16.

Both teams were shutout in the first quarter.

The Blue Tide opened a mammoth 28-0 gap over the Rebels at halftime.

Ludowici Long County roared to a 42-6 lead heading into the fourth quarter.

The Blue Tide’s train of momentum chugged along the final-quarter tracks with a 20-0 points differential.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Garden City Groves faced off against Savannah and Ludowici Long County took on Soperton Treutlen on Sept. 2 at Soperton Treutlen High School.

Ministry of defense: Lyons Toombs County blanks Soperton Treutlen

It was a quiet night for the scoreboard operators on one side, where the digit never moved in Lyons Toombs County’s 43-0 blanking of Soperton Treutlen in Georgia high school football action on Sept. 16.

Lyons Toombs County drew first blood by forging a 22-0 margin over Soperton Treutlen after the first quarter.

The Bulldogs fought to a 29-0 halftime margin at the Vikings’ expense.

Neither team could dent the scoreboard in the third quarter.

The Bulldogs got the better of the fourth-quarter scoring, finishing the game in style with a 14-0 edge.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Soperton Treutlen faced off against Ludowici Long County.

Macon Northeast responds to adversity to stop Macon The Academy for Classical Education

Macon Northeast dug itself out of a first-quarter hole and pulled away a 47-21 win over Macon The Academy for Classical Education on Sept. 16 in Georgia football action.

Macon The Academy for Classical Education started on steady ground by forging a 14-13 lead over Macon Northeast at the end of the first quarter.

The Raiders kept a 20-14 intermission margin at the Gryphons’ expense.

Macon Northeast stormed to a 41-14 lead heading into the final quarter.

The Gryphons narrowed the gap 7-6 in the final quarter but it was too little, too late.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Macon The Academy for Classical Education faced off against Edison Pataula Charter and Macon Northeast took on Fitzgerald on Sept. 2 at Macon Northeast High School.

No mercy: Macon Southwest shuts down Columbus Jordan Voc in defensive masterpiece

Macon Southwest’s defense was a brick wall that stopped Columbus Jordan Voc cold, resulting in a 61-0 victory in a Georgia high school football matchup.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Macon Southwest faced off against Zebulon Pike County.

Manchester drums Buena Vista Marion County with resounding beat

Manchester left no doubt on Friday, controlling Buena Vista Marion County from start to finish for a 54-3 victory on Sept. 16 in Georgia football.

The first quarter gave Manchester a 21-3 lead over Buena Vista Marion County.

The Blue Devils registered a 48-3 advantage at halftime over the Eagles.

Manchester charged to a 54-3 lead heading into the fourth quarter.

The scoreboard was in hibernation in the final quarter, with neither team scoring.

Last season, Manchester and Buena Vista Marion County faced off on Oct. 1, 2021 at Manchester High School.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Manchester faced off against Columbus.

Marietta Osborne overwhelms Clarkston

Marietta Osborne swept across the scoreboard with a dizzying flurry to ambush Clarkston 62-16 in Georgia high school football on Sept. 16.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Clarkston faced off against Atlanta Therrell.

Marietta Walton designs winning blueprint against Marietta

Marietta Walton put its nose to the grindstone and turned back Marietta in a 30-17 decision in a Georgia high school football matchup.

The first quarter gave Marietta Walton a 10-3 lead over Marietta.

The Raiders fought to a 17-10 halftime margin at the Blue Devils’ expense.

Marietta Walton darted to a 27-17 lead heading into the fourth quarter.

The Raiders got the better of the fourth-quarter scoring, finishing the game in style with a 3-0 edge.

Last season, Marietta and Marietta Walton faced off on Nov. 5, 2021 at Marietta Walton High School.

Recently on Sept. 2, Marietta squared off with Roswell in a football game.

Marietta Wheeler survives close clash with North Atlanta

Olive Oil isn’t as slim as the win Marietta Wheeler chalked up in tripping North Atlanta 20-13 in a Georgia high school football matchup on Sept. 16.

Neither team dominated early as the two squads struggled evenly to a 6-6 tie through the first quarter.

A halftime tie at 13-13 allowed for a respite as both teams looked to regroup in the locker room.

Marietta Wheeler darted in front of North Atlanta 20-13 to begin the fourth quarter.

The scoreboard was in hibernation in the fourth quarter, with neither team scoring.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Marietta Wheeler faced off against Austell South Cobb and North Atlanta took on Douglasville New Manchester on Sept. 2 at Douglasville New Manchester High School.

Martinez Augusta Prep ekes out victory against Statesboro Bulloch

Martinez Augusta Prep edged Statesboro Bulloch 27-20 in a close encounter of the athletic kind on Sept. 16 in Georgia football.

Recently on Sept. 2, Martinez Augusta Prep squared off with Eatonton Gatewood in a football game.

McDonough Union Grove tells McDonough Eagles Landing “No Soup For You” in shutout

McDonough Union Grove sent McDonough Eagles Landing home scoreless via a dominating defense in a 27-0 decision in a Georgia high school football matchup on Sept. 16.

The last time McDonough Union Grove and McDonough Eagles Landing played in a 16-13 game on Oct. 8, 2021.

In recent action on Sept. 2, McDonough Eagles Landing faced off against Atlanta Marist and McDonough Union Grove took on McDonough on Sept. 2 at McDonough High School.

Putting it all together: McRae Telfair County overwhelms Mt. Vernon Montgomery County

McRae Telfair County put on an offensive clinic to extinguish Mt. Vernon Montgomery County for a 48-23 victory during this Georgia football game.

Last season, Mt Vernon Montgomery County and McRae Telfair County squared off on Oct. 15, 2021 at Mt Vernon Montgomery County High School.

In recent action on Sept. 2, McRae Telfair County faced off against Pearson Atkinson County and Mt Vernon Montgomery County took on Butler Taylor County on Sept. 2 at Butler Taylor County High School.

Absolutely nothing: Metter drops a goose egg on Dublin

Metter’s impenetrable defense prompted a 12-0 blanking of Dublin in Georgia high school football on Sept. 16.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Metter faced off against Blackshear Pierce County and Dublin took on Barnesville Lamar County on Sept. 2 at Barnesville Lamar County High School.

Milledgeville Georgia Military College Prep dismantles Gainesville Riverside Military

Fireworks are most common on the Fourth of July, but Milledgeville Georgia Military College Prep broke out its own form of pyrotechnics during its 54-12 explosion on Gainesville Riverside Military in a Georgia high school football matchup on Sept. 16.

The last time Milledgeville Georgia Military College Prep and Gainesville Riverside Military played in a 23-6 game on Sept. 10, 2021.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Milledgeville Georgia Military College Prep faced off against Sandersville Brentwood.

Nowhere to hide: Monroe Area dominates Madison Morgan County from start to finish

NASA would envy the blast off Monroe Area authored on Friday while dispatching Madison Morgan County 37-13 for a Georgia high school football victory on Sept. 16.

Monroe Area drew first blood by forging a 21-3 margin over Madison Morgan County after the first quarter.

Both teams were blanked in the second quarter.

Madison Morgan County responded in the third quarter by cutting the margin to 24-10.

The Purple Hurricanes hummed like a well-oiled machine through the fourth quarter, extending the lead with a 13-3 advantage in the frame.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Monroe Area faced off against Gainesville and Madison Morgan County took on Monticello Jasper County on Sept. 2 at Madison Morgan County High School.

Montezuma Macon County scores fast, scores a lot to dismiss Greenville

Montezuma Macon County left no doubt in recording a 31-21 beating of Greenville in a Georgia high school football matchup on Sept. 16.

The first quarter gave Montezuma Macon County a 31-21 lead over Greenville.

Neither team could dent the scoreboard in the second, third and fourth quarters.

The last time Montezuma Macon County and Greenville played in a 42-14 game on Oct. 15, 2021.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Greenville faced off against Dawson Terrell County and Montezuma Macon County took on Vienna Dooly County on Sept. 2 at Vienna Dooly County High School.

Monticello Jasper County collects victory over Greensboro Lake Oconee

Monticello Jasper County handed Greensboro Lake Oconee a tough 27-8 loss for a Georgia high school football victory on Sept. 16.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Monticello Jasper County faced off against Madison Morgan County and Greensboro Lake Oconee took on Marietta Walker on Sept. 2 at Greensboro Lake Oconee Academy.

Mt. Airy Habersham Central clips Cumming Forsyth Central in tight tilt

A tight-knit tilt turned in Mt. Airy Habersham Central’s direction just enough to squeeze past Cumming Forsyth Central 28-21 in a Georgia high school football matchup on Sept. 16.

Neither team dominated early as the two squads struggled evenly to a 14-14 tie through the first quarter.

The Raiders’ offense moved in front for a 28-14 lead over the Bulldogs at halftime.

Both teams were blanked in the third quarter.

The Bulldogs narrowed the gap 7-0 in the fourth quarter but it was too little, too late.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Cumming Forsyth Central faced off against Woodstock Etowah.

Newnan Heritage baffles Atlanta Cross Keys

Newnan Heritage’s defense served a delicious donut while discarding Atlanta Cross Keys 51-0 in a Georgia high school football matchup.

The first quarter gave Newnan Heritage a 28-0 lead over Atlanta Cross Keys.

The Hawks opened a colossal 42-0 gap over the Indians at halftime.

Defense ruled the third quarter as Newnan Heritage and Atlanta Cross Keys were both scoreless.

Conditioning showed as the Hawks outscored the Indians 9-0 in the final quarter.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Atlanta Cross Keys faced off against Woodbury Flint River and Newnan Heritage took on Columbus Kendrick on Sept. 2 at Newnan Heritage School.

Clean sheet: Norcross doesn’t allow Lawrenceville Discovery a point

Getting on the board turned out to be a task too tough for Lawrenceville Discovery as it was blanked 37-0 by Norcross on Sept. 16 in Georgia football.

Norcross opened with a 9-0 advantage over Lawrenceville Discovery through the first quarter.

The Blue Devils opened a huge 23-0 gap over the Titans at halftime.

Norcross charged to a 37-0 lead heading into the final quarter.

Neither squad scored in the final quarter.

Last season, Norcross and Lawrenceville Discovery squared off on Oct. 15, 2021 at Lawrenceville Discovery High School.

Recently on Sept. 2, Lawrenceville Discovery squared off with Stone Mountain in a football game.

Ocilla Irwin County cancels check from Rockmart

It wasn’t an ESPN highlight, but Ocilla Irwin County will take its 28-14 victory over Rockmart in a Georgia high school football matchup on Sept. 16.

Ocilla Irwin County drew first blood by forging a 7-0 margin over Rockmart after the first quarter.

The Indians’ offense moved in front for a 14-7 lead over the Yellowjackets at the intermission.

Ocilla Irwin County jumped to a 21-7 lead heading into the fourth quarter.

Both teams scored evenly in the final quarter to make it 28-14.

Not for the faint of heart: Peachtree City Mcintosh topples Fairburn Landmark Christian

Mighty close, mighty fine, Peachtree City Mcintosh wore a victory shine after clipping Fairburn Landmark Christian 23-14 in Georgia high school football on Sept. 16.

Peachtree City Mcintosh drew first blood by forging a 10-7 margin over Fairburn Landmark Christian after the first quarter.

The Chiefs opened a slim 17-7 gap over the War Eagles at halftime.

Fairburn Landmark Christian rallied in the third quarter by making it 17-14.

There was no room for doubt as the Chiefs added to their advantage with a 6-0 margin in the closing period.

Recently on Sept. 2, Peachtree City Mcintosh squared off with Stockbridge Woodland in a football game.

Pembroke Bryan County overcomes Portal in seat-squirming affair

The margin for error was so small it only piqued the anxiety, but Pembroke Bryan County didn’t mind, dispatching Portal 28-24 in a Georgia high school football matchup.

Last season, Pembroke Bryan County and Portal faced off on Nov. 5, 2021 at Pembroke Bryan County High School.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Pembroke Bryan County faced off against Alamo Wheeler County and Portal took on Lyons Robert Toombs Christian on Sept. 2 at Portal High School.

Perry dominates Fort Valley Peach County

Fireworks are most common on the Fourth of July, but Perry broke out its own form of pyrotechnics during its 35-7 explosion on Fort Valley Peach County for a Georgia high school football victory at Perry High.

Perry jumped in front of Fort Valley Peach County 7-0 to begin the second quarter.

The Panthers’ offense jumped in front for a 14-0 lead over the Trojans at halftime.

Perry charged to a 21-0 lead heading into the final quarter.

The Panthers held on with a 14-7 scoring edge in the fourth quarter.

Recently on Sept. 2, Perry squared off with Gray Jones County in a football game.

Blowout: Powder Springs Hillgrove delivers statement win over Smyrna Campbell

Powder Springs Hillgrove turned in a thorough domination of Smyrna Campbell 29-7 during this Georgia football game.

The two teams dueled to an even start, with Powder Springs Hillgrove and Smyrna Campbell settling for a 7-7 first-quarter knot.

The Hawks fought to a 10-7 halftime margin at the Spartans’ expense.

Powder Springs Hillgrove darted to a 20-7 lead heading into the fourth quarter.

The Hawks’ train of momentum chugged along the final-quarter tracks with a 9-0 points differential.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Powder Springs Hillgrove faced off against Sharpsburg East Coweta and Smyrna Campbell took on Norcross Meadowcreek on Sept. 2 at Smyrna Campbell High School.

Powder Springs McEachern produces precision performance against Tucker

Powder Springs McEachern earned its community’s accolades after a 51-20 win over Tucker at Powder Springs Mceachern High on Sept. 16 in Georgia football action.

Powder Springs McEachern drew first blood by forging a 14-7 margin over Tucker after the first quarter.

The Indians opened a narrow 27-14 gap over the Tigers at the intermission.

Powder Springs McEachern thundered to a 41-20 lead heading into the fourth quarter.

The Indians’ train of momentum chugged along the final-quarter tracks with a 10-0 points differential.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Powder Springs McEachern faced off against Douglasville Douglas County.

Quitman Brooks County edges Bainbridge in tough test

Quitman Brooks County survived Bainbridge in a 26-18 win that had a seat-squirming feel for a Georgia high school football victory on Sept. 16.

The two teams dueled to an even start, with Quitman Brooks County and Bainbridge settling for a 7-7 first-quarter knot.

The Trojans registered a 19-7 advantage at halftime over the Bearcats.

Defense put both offenses in a deep slumber in the third quarter, with no one scoring.

The Trojans chalked up this decision in spite of the Bearcats’ spirited fourth-quarter performance.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Bainbridge faced off against Thomasville Thomas County and Quitman Brooks County took on Adel Cook on Sept. 2 at Adel Cook High School.

Rabun Gap handles stress test to best Arden Christ School

Rabun Gap finally found a way to top Arden Christ School 21-14 in Georgia high school football action on Sept. 16.

The Eagles’ offense moved in front for a 14-7 lead over the Greenies at halftime.

Neither team could dent the scoreboard in the first and third quarters.

The gap remained steady with both teams scoring evenly in the fourth quarter.

Last season, Rabun Gap and Arden Christ School faced off on Sept. 17, 2021 at Arden Christ School.

Recently on Sept. 2, Rabun Gap squared off with Charlotte Country Day in a football game.

Richmond Hill holds off Bloomingdale New Hampstead

Richmond Hill showed its poise to outlast a game Bloomingdale New Hampstead squad for a 28-27 victory at Richmond Hill High on Sept. 16 in Georgia football action.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Richmond Hill faced off against Savannah Jenkins and Bloomingdale New Hampstead took on Hinesville Bradwell Institute on Sept. 2 at Bloomingdale New Hampstead High School.

Ringgold gallops past Lafayette

Ringgold put together a victorious gameplan to stop Lafayette 42-24 in a Georgia high school football matchup on Sept. 16.

Last season, Ringgold and Lafayette squared off on Oct. 8, 2021 at Ringgold High School.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Ringgold faced off against Tunnel Hill Northwest.

Roberta Crawford County stonewalls Hephzibah Georgia School for Innovation and the Classics

Roberta Crawford County played judge, jury and executioner in ruling a 60-0 verdict over Hephzibah Georgia School for Innovation and the Classics in a Georgia high school football matchup on Sept. 16.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Roberta Crawford County faced off against Irwinton Wilkinson County and Hephzibah Georgia School for Innovation and the Classics took on Jeffersonville Twiggs County on Sept. 2 at Jeffersonville Twiggs County High School.

Rochelle Wilcox County shuts off the power on Chula Tiftarea

Rochelle Wilcox County recorded a big victory over Chula Tiftarea 52-28 in Georgia high school football on Sept. 16.

Rochelle Wilcox County drew first blood by forging a 32-6 margin over Chula Tiftarea after the first quarter.

The Patriots’ offense pulled in front for a 45-14 lead over the Panthers at halftime.

Rochelle Wilcox County steamrolled to a 52-20 lead heading into the final quarter.

The Panthers tried to respond in the final quarter with an 8-0 flurry, but the game was a fait accompli.

Rome Coosa knocks out victory beat against Hiawassee Towns County

Winning wasn’t going to be easy in this matchup, but Rome Coosa still prevailed 31-14 against Hiawassee Towns County in Georgia high school football on Sept. 16.

Rome Coosa drew first blood by forging a 17-0 margin over Hiawassee Towns County after the first quarter.

Neither squad could muster points in the second and third quarters.

The Eagles and the Indians each scored in the final quarter.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Rome Coosa faced off against Calhoun Gordon Central and Hiawassee Towns County took on Blairsville Union County on Sept. 2 at Hiawassee Towns County High School.

Rome Darlington snatches victory over Tunnel Hill Northwest

Rome Darlington topped Tunnel Hill Northwest 41-33 in a tough tilt during this Georgia football game.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Rome Darlington faced off against Dalton Christian Heritage and Tunnel Hill Northwest took on Ringgold on Sept. 2 at Tunnel Hill Northwest High School.

Rome Model earns narrow win over Trion

It wasn’t pretty, gut-tough wins usually aren’t, but Rome Model wasn’t going for style points. A victory will do, and it was earned 31-27 over Trion in Georgia high school football action on Sept. 16.

Recently on Sept. 2, Rome Model squared off with Cartersville Woodland in a football game.

Rome Unity Christian prevails over Powder Springs Praise

Rome Unity Christian put on an offensive clinic to extinguish Powder Springs Praise for a 50-18 victory on Sept. 16 in Georgia football.

Rome Unity Christian darted in front of Powder Springs Praise 14-6 to begin the second quarter.

Rome Unity Christian’s offense jumped in front for a 30-12 lead over Powder Springs Praise at halftime.

Rome Unity Christian struck to a 44-18 lead heading into the final quarter.

There was no room for doubt as Rome Unity Christian added to its advantage with a 6-0 margin in the closing period.

No quit here: Deficit doesn’t discourage Sandersville Washington County in victory over Augusta Glenn Hills

Sandersville Washington County dug deep and found enough juice for an inspirational 43-7 victory over Augusta Glenn Hills for a Georgia high school football victory on Sept. 16.

In recent action on Sept. 8, Augusta Glenn Hills faced off against Augusta Josey and Sandersville Washington County took on Eastman Dodge County on Sept. 2 at Eastman Dodge County High School.

Savannah Calvary Day comes to play in easy win over Hinesville Liberty County

Fireworks are most common on the Fourth of July, but Savannah Calvary Day broke out its own form of pyrotechnics during its 48-27 explosion on Hinesville Liberty County at Hinesville Liberty County High on Sept. 16 in Georgia football action.

Recently on Sept. 2, Savannah Calvary Day squared off with McDonough Eagles Landing Christian in a football game.

Convincing fashion: Savannah Christian handles Savannah Country Day

Savannah Christian rolled past Savannah Country Day for a comfortable 45-6 victory for a Georgia high school football victory at Savannah Christian Prep High.

Savannah Christian opened with a 7-0 advantage over Savannah Country Day through the first quarter.

The Raiders registered a 21-0 advantage at intermission over the Hornets.

Savannah Christian struck to a 31-6 lead heading into the fourth quarter.

The clock was the only thing that stopped the Raiders, who enjoyed the upper hand in a 14-0 fourth quarter, too.

Last season, Savannah Country Day and Savannah Christian faced off on Nov. 5, 2021 at Savannah Country Day School.

Recently on Sept. 2, Savannah Country Day squared off with Augusta Aquinas in a football game.

Savannah Johnson takes a toll on Savannah Beach

Saddled up and ready to go, Savannah Johnson spurred past Savannah Beach 35-17 in a Georgia high school football matchup.

Last season, Savannah Johnson and Savannah Beach squared off on Nov. 5, 2021 at Savannah Johnson High School.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Savannah Beach faced off against Nahunta Brantley County and Savannah Johnson took on Savannah Windsor Forest on Sept. 6 at Savannah Windsor Forest High School.

Savannah Memorial Day overwhelms Duluth Notre Dame

Fireworks are most common on the Fourth of July, but Savannah Memorial Day broke out its own form of pyrotechnics during its 42-13 explosion on Duluth Notre Dame on Sept. 16 in Georgia football action.

Sharpsburg East Coweta pushes over Valdosta Lowndes

Sharpsburg East Coweta dumped Valdosta Lowndes 49-34 in a Georgia high school football matchup on Sept. 16.

Neither team could dent the scoreboard in the first quarter.

The Indians’ offense darted in front for a 21-14 lead over the Vikings at halftime.

Sharpsburg East Coweta steamrolled to a 42-21 lead heading into the fourth quarter.

The Indians’ advantage was wide enough to weather the Vikings’ 13-7 margin in the fourth quarter.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Sharpsburg East Coweta faced off against Powder Springs Hillgrove and Valdosta Lowndes took on North Miami Beach on Sept. 2 at Valdosta Lowndes High School.

Sharpsburg Trinity Christian snatches victory over Riverdale

Friday’s outing turned into an endurance test that Sharpsburg Trinity Christian passed in a 20-15 victory at Riverdale’s expense during this Georgia football game.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Sharpsburg Trinity Christian faced off against Forsyth Mary Persons and Riverdale took on Jonesboro Mundy’s Mill on Sept. 2 at Jonesboro Mundy’s Mill High School.

Snellville South Gwinnett scores early, pulls away from Decatur

It was Snellville South Gwinnett who struck first and never looked back to dispose of Decatur 31-14 in a Georgia high school football matchup on Sept. 16.

Snellville South Gwinnett drew first blood by forging a 24-14 margin over Decatur after the first quarter.

Both teams were shutout in the second and third quarters.

The Comets hummed like a well-oiled machine through the final quarter, extending the lead with a 7-0 advantage in the frame.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Snellville South Gwinnett faced off against Dacula.

Stockbridge unloads on Hampton

Stockbridge played the role of Thor, dropping its hammer on Hampton during a 49-2 beating on Sept. 16 in Georgia football action.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Stockbridge faced off against Albany Dougherty and Hampton took on Carrollton Central on Sept. 2 at Hampton High School.

Summerville Chattooga rolls like thunder over Chatsworth Murray County

Chatsworth Murray County had no answers as Summerville Chattooga compiled a 28-7 victory in a Georgia high school football matchup.

Defense put both offenses in a deep slumber in the first and second quarters, with no one scoring.

Summerville Chattooga jumped in front of Chatsworth Murray County 21-0 to begin the fourth quarter.

Neither team could gain any advantage in the fourth quarter.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Chatsworth Murray County faced off against Ellijay Gilmer and Summerville Chattooga took on Dalton Coahulla Creek on Sept. 8 at Summerville Chattooga High School.

Suwanee Lambert tacks win on Flowery Branch

Flowery Branch got no credit and no consideration from Suwanee Lambert, which slammed the door 43-20 for a Georgia high school football victory on Sept. 16.

Suwanee Lambert roared in front of Flowery Branch 21-0 to begin the second quarter.

The Longhorns opened a huge 33-8 gap over the Falcons at halftime.

The tables turned a bit in the third quarter when Flowery Branch got within 36-14.

The Longhorns avoided the brakes and shifted into victory gear via a 7-6 stretch over the final quarter.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Flowery Branch faced off against Toccoa Stephens County and Suwanee Lambert took on Lawrenceville Mountain View on Sept. 2 at Suwanee Lambert High School.

Suwanee North Gwinnett outlasts Duluth

Suwanee North Gwinnett turned in a solid effort to wrap up a 27-7 win over Duluth in a Georgia high school football matchup.

Recently on Sept. 2, Suwanee North Gwinnett squared off with Winter Park in a football game.

Suwanee Peachtree Ridge paints near-perfect picture in win over Lilburn Berkmar

Suwanee Peachtree Ridge raced to a big lead and never looked back in a 46-6 win over Lilburn Berkmar on Sept. 16 in Georgia football action.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Suwanee Peachtree Ridge faced off against Loganville and Lilburn Berkmar took on Atlanta Druid Hills on Sept. 2 at Atlanta Druid Hills High School.

Flexing muscle: Swainsboro tightens grip on Twin City Emanuel County Institute

Swainsboro stormed to a first-quarter lead and cruised to a 41-12 win over Twin City Emanuel County Institute in a Georgia high school football matchup on Sept. 16.

The Tigers’ offense jumped in front for a 21-6 lead over the Bulldogs at halftime.

Neither squad could muster points in the first and third quarters.

The clock was the only thing that stopped the Tigers, who enjoyed the upper hand in a 20-6 fourth quarter, too.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Twin City Emanuel County Institute faced off against Lincolnton Lincoln County and Swainsboro took on Hazlehurst Jeff Davis on Sept. 2 at Swainsboro High School.

Sylvania Screven County nets nifty victory over Millen Jenkins County

Sylvania Screven County topped Millen Jenkins County 7-6 in a tough tilt at Sylvania Screven County High on Sept. 16 in Georgia football action.

Last season, Sylvania Screven County and Millen Jenkins County squared off on Oct. 29, 2021 at Sylvania Screven County High School.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Sylvania Screven County faced off against Augusta Westside and Millen Jenkins County took on Dublin East Laurens on Sept. 2 at Dublin East Laurens High School.

Nerve-racking affair ends with Temple on top of Lindale Pepperell

It wasn’t pretty, gut-tough wins usually aren’t, but Temple wasn’t going for style points. A victory will do, and it was earned 35-28 over Lindale Pepperell in a Georgia high school football matchup.

Temple drew first blood by forging a 7-0 margin over Lindale Pepperell after the first quarter.

A halftime tie at 14-14 allowed for a respite as both teams looked to regroup in the locker room.

Nothing was decided in the third quarter, with Temple and Lindale Pepperell locked in a 21-21 stalemate.

The Tigers avoided the brakes and shifted into victory gear via a 14-7 stretch over the final quarter.

The last time Lindale Pepperell and Temple played in a 24-20 game on Sept. 17, 2021.

Recently on Sept. 2, Temple squared off with Summerville Chattooga in a football game.

Thomaston Upson-Lee blazes early victory trail over Tallapoosa Haralson County

It was Thomaston Upson-Lee who struck first and never looked back to dispose of Tallapoosa Haralson County 29-15 in Georgia high school football on Sept. 16.

The first quarter gave Thomaston Upson-Lee a 12-0 lead over Tallapoosa Haralson County.

The Knights’ offense jumped in front for a 20-7 lead over the Rebels at the intermission.

Thomaston Upson-Lee darted to a 22-7 lead heading into the final quarter.

The Rebels fought through an interesting final quarter, yet the Knights would not be denied in finishing off this victory.

In recent action on Sept. 8, Thomaston Upson-Lee faced off against LaGrange.

Take a seat: Thomasville owns Tifton Tift County in huge victory

Thomasville swept across the scoreboard with a dizzying flurry to ambush Tifton Tift County 28-7 in a Georgia high school football matchup on Sept. 16.

The Bulldogs’ offense pulled in front for a 28-7 lead over the Blue Devils at the intermission.

Neither team could dent the scoreboard in the first, third and fourth quarters.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Thomasville faced off against Cairo and Tifton Tift County took on Norman Park Colquitt County on Sept. 2 at Norman Park Colquitt County High School.

Thomson knocks off Augusta Lucy C Laney

Thomson weebled and wobbled, but wouldn’t fall down in earning a 15-14 victory against Augusta Lucy C Laney in Georgia high school football on Sept. 16.

The Bulldogs registered a 15-14 advantage at intermission over the Wildcats.

Each offense authored its Rip Van Winkle imitation, napping through barren first, third and fourth quarters.

Recently on Sept. 2, Thomson squared off with Grovetown in a football game.

Tiger Rabun County controls the action and Franklin Heard County

Tiger Rabun County left no doubt of its superiority in polishing off Franklin Heard County 42-13 in a Georgia high school football matchup on Sept. 16.

The first quarter gave Tiger Rabun County a 7-6 lead over Franklin Heard County.

The Wildcats opened a monstrous 28-6 gap over the Braves at the intermission.

Tiger Rabun County steamrolled to a 35-6 lead heading into the final quarter.

The gap remained steady with both teams scoring evenly in the final quarter.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Franklin Heard County faced off against Atlanta Midtown and Tiger Rabun County took on Adairsville on Sept. 2 at Tiger Rabun County High School.

Toccoa Stephens County dismantles Cleveland White County in convincing manner

Toccoa Stephens County put on an offensive clinic to extinguish Cleveland White County for a 53-14 victory in Georgia high school football action on Sept. 16.

The first quarter gave Toccoa Stephens County a 23-7 lead over Cleveland White County.

The Indians fought to a 44-14 halftime margin at the Warriors’ expense.

Toccoa Stephens County thundered to a 51-14 lead heading into the final quarter.

There was no room for doubt as the Indians added to their advantage with a 2-0 margin in the closing period.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Toccoa Stephens County faced off against Flowery Branch and Cleveland White County took on Gainesville Chestatee on Sept. 2 at Cleveland White County High School.

Gooseggs: Trenton Dade County hands Bryson City Swain County a shutout

If a foe fails to score, you can’t lose. Trenton Dade County proved that in blanking Bryson City Swain County 14-0 on Sept. 16 in North Carolina football.

Trenton Dade County opened with a 7-0 advantage over Bryson City Swain County through the first quarter.

Trenton Dade County moved to a 14-0 lead heading into the final quarter.

Each offense authored its Rip Van Winkle imitation, napping through barren second and fourth quarters.

Tyrone Sandy Creek posts win at Suwanee Collins Hill’s expense

Tyrone Sandy Creek had its hands full but finally brushed off Suwanee Collins Hill 33-17 at Tyrone Sandy Creek High on Sept. 16 in Georgia football action.

The first quarter gave Tyrone Sandy Creek a 7-3 lead over Suwanee Collins Hill.

The Screaming Eagles came from behind to grab the advantage 17-14 at halftime over the Patriots.

Tyrone Sandy Creek broke in front at the beginning of the final quarter with a 20-17 lead over Suwanee Collins Hill.

Conditioning showed as the Patriots outscored the Screaming Eagles 13-0 in the fourth quarter.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Tyrone Sandy Creek faced off against Douglasville Alexander and Suwanee Collins Hill took on Snellville Brookwood on Sept. 2 at Suwanee Collins Hill High School.

Valdosta flexes defensive muscle to keep Coral Springs Coral Glades off the scoreboard

Valdosta played judge, jury and executioner in ruling a 56-0 verdict over Coral Springs Coral Glades on Sept. 16 in Georgia football.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Valdosta faced off against College Park Banneker.

Valdosta Georgia Christian collects skin-tight win against Monticello Aucilla Christian

Yes, Valdosta Georgia Christian looked relaxed while edging Monticello Aucilla Christian, but no autographs please after its 19-13 victory for a Georgia high school football victory at Valdosta Georgia Christian.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Valdosta Georgia Christian faced off against Pinehurst Fullington.

Villa Rica imposes its will on East Point Tri-Cities

Wins don’t come more convincing than the way Villa Rica put away East Point Tri-Cities 42-13 for a Georgia high school football victory on Sept. 16.

Villa Rica drew first blood by forging a 14-7 margin over East Point Tri-Cities after the first quarter.

The Bulldogs trimmed the margin to make it 14-13 at the intermission.

Villa Rica darted to a 28-13 lead heading into the fourth quarter.

The Wildcats put a bow on this victory with a strong fourth-quarter kick, outpointing the Bulldogs 14-0 in the last stanza.

Recently on Sept. 2, Villa Rica squared off with Newnan Northgate in a football game.

Warner Robins Northside finally puts Kennesaw North Cobb away

Bonus football saw Warner Robins Northside use the overtime to top Kennesaw North Cobb 20-17 in a Georgia high school football matchup.

Kennesaw North Cobb showed it was ready to play, using an early thrust to carve out a 14-7 advantage over Warner Robins Northside as the first quarter ended.

Each offense authored its Rip Van Winkle imitation, napping through a barren second quarter.

Kennesaw North Cobb moved a narrow margin over Warner Robins Northside as both teams headed to make end of the third quarter adjustments.

Nothing was decided in the fourth quarter, with the Eagles and the Warriors locked in a 17-17 stalemate.

Warner Robins Northside’s train of momentum chugged along the first overtime-period tracks with a 3-0 points differential.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Kennesaw North Cobb faced off against Buford and Warner Robins Northside took on Warner Robins on Sept. 2 at Warner Robins Northside High School.

Warrenton Briarwood handles stress test to best Eatonton Gatewood

Warrenton Briarwood edged Eatonton Gatewood 22-13 in a close encounter of the athletic kind on Sept. 16 in Georgia football action.

The last time Eatonton Gatewood and Warrenton Briarwood played in a 28-13 game on Oct. 1, 2021.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Warrenton Briarwood faced off against Gibson Glascock Consolidated and Eatonton Gatewood took on Martinez Augusta Prep on Sept. 2 at Martinez Augusta Prep.

Warrenton Warren County takes down Sparta Hancock Central

Fireworks are most common on the Fourth of July, but Warrenton Warren County broke out its own form of pyrotechnics during its 54-14 explosion on Sparta Hancock Central in Georgia high school football action on Sept. 16.

Last season, Warrenton Warren County and Sparta Hancock Central faced off on Oct. 1, 2021 at Sparta Hancock Central High School.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Warrenton Warren County faced off against Wrightsville Johnson County and Sparta Hancock Central took on Greensboro Greene County on Sept. 2 at Greensboro Greene County High School.

Check the pacemakers: Waynesboro Burke County needs overtime to down Watkinsville Oconee County

Regulation was not enough time to decide a winner here, but Waynesboro Burke County finally eked out a 28-21 verdict over Watkinsville Oconee County on Sept. 16 in Georgia football.

Watkinsville Oconee County showed it was ready to play, using an early thrust to carve out a 7-0 advantage over Waynesboro Burke County as the first quarter ended.

An intermission tie at 7-7 allowed for a respite as both teams looked to regroup in the locker room.

Nothing was decided in the third quarter, with Waynesboro Burke County and Watkinsville Oconee County locked in a 14-14 stalemate.

Nothing was decided in the final quarter, with the Bears and the Warriors locked in a 21-21 stalemate.

Waynesboro Burke County got the better of the first overtime-period scoring, finishing the game in style with a 7-0 edge.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Watkinsville Oconee County faced off against Eatonton Putnam County.

Woodstock River Ridge blanks Woodstock

Woodstock River Ridge unveiled a blanketing defense and threw it all over Woodstock in a 44-0 shutout during this Georgia football game.

Woodstock River Ridge drew first blood by forging a 7-0 margin over Woodstock after the first quarter.

The Knights fought to a 23-0 halftime margin at the Wolverines’ expense.

Woodstock River Ridge struck to a 44-0 lead heading into the fourth quarter.

The scoreboard was in hibernation in the fourth quarter, with neither team scoring.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Woodstock faced off against Canton Cherokee and Woodstock River Ridge took on Marietta Sprayberry on Sept. 2 at Woodstock River Ridge High School.

Wrightsville Johnson County emerges from hole to defeat Dublin East Laurens

A deficit merely stoked the drama as Wrightsville Johnson County flashed past Dublin East Laurens 34-6 on Friday for a Georgia high school football victory on Sept. 16.

The start wasn’t the problem for Dublin East Laurens, as it began with a 6-0 edge over Wrightsville Johnson County through the end of the first quarter.

Neither team could dent the scoreboard in the second and third quarters.

The Trojans pulled off a stirring 34-0 final quarter to trip the Falcons.

In recent action on Sept. 2, Wrightsville Johnson County faced off against Warrenton Warren County and Dublin East Laurens took on Millen Jenkins County on Sept. 2 at Dublin East Laurens High School.

milledgeville John Milledge staggers St. Simons Island Frederica with resounding performance

milledgeville John Milledge turned in a thorough domination of St. Simons Island Frederica 63-13 on Sept. 16 in Georgia football action.

Recently on Sept. 2, St. Simons Island Frederica squared off with Hahira Valwood in a football game.

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