On Nov. 11, Thomson High School’s defense dominated the field, resulting in a 40-0 shutout against Hazlehurst Jeff Davis. The game was a complete reversal of the average points scored in the last 4 games for both teams. Thomson High School’s defense held Hazlehurst Jeff Davis to zero points, while their offense scored 40 points, the highest in the past 4 games. This was a dominating performance by Thomson High School, as they secured a much-needed win and recorded a shutout.
Stone Mountain Stephenson High School celebrated a decisive victory over Tunnel Hill Northwest High School on Nov. 11, with the final score standing at 62-15.
On Nov. 11, Stockbridge High School dominated Gainesville North Hall High School, winning 48-0. The Stockbridge defense was relentless, not allowing a single point. Stockbridge’s offense was also impressive, scoring every quarter to secure the win. This win brings Stockbridge High School’s overall record to 3-1.
In a defensive battle, Savannah Benedictine Military School emerged victorious with a shutout of 41-0 over Milledgeville Baldwin High School on Nov. 11.
In a thrilling matchup, Roswell Fellowship Christian School dominated Stone Mountain Redan High School, taking the win 42-14. The game was all Roswell Fellowship Christian School from the start, as they raced to an early lead and never looked back. The team’s record in the last 4 games we’ve covered stands at 4-0, while averaging 22 points per game. Stone Mountain Redan High School’s record in the last 4 games we’ve covered stands at 3-1, while averaging 7.75 points per game.
Rome Model secured a hard-fought victory over Atlanta Therrell in a 21-8 scoreline on Nov. 11. The Blue Devils opened with a 7-6 lead after the first quarter and extended their lead to 14-8 by halftime. Rome Model maintained their advantage and moved to a 21-8 lead heading into the fourth quarter, where neither team scored. The win marks the fourth in the last four games for Rome Model, while Atlanta Therrell has seen three wins and one loss in the same period.
Rockmart’s defense was able to hold off Atlanta Washington’s offense, resulting in a 28-0 shutout. Rockmart’s defense was the star of the show, keeping their opponents off the board all game. Rockmart’s offense also had a strong performance, scoring four touchdowns and two field goals.
In a thrilling match-up, Perry High School emerged victorious in a 35-14 win over Waynesboro Burke County High School. The Panthers opened the game with a 14-5 lead in the first quarter, but the Bears rallied to make it 14-11 in the second quarter. Perry held on in the fourth quarter with a 14-0 scoring edge, securing the win. Previous games we’ve covered show that Perry High School has a 3-1 record, with an average of 11.25 points scored, and an average of 6.0 points scored against them. Waynesboro Burke County High School has a 2-2 record, with an average of 7.25 points scored, and an average of 6.5 points scored against them.
The Bulldogs of Lyons Toombs County put on a dominant performance against Macon Southwest, sealing the victory with a final score of 64-6. The Bulldogs opened with a 30-0 advantage in the first quarter and went on to hold a commanding 36-6 lead at halftime. Lyons Toombs County then extended their lead to 57-6 heading into the fourth quarter, before finishing the game with a 7-0 edge in the final period. The Bulldogs have now won 3 of their last 4 games, scoring an average of 11.25 points while conceding an average of 6.0.
In a thrilling matchup between Locust Grove Luella and Gainesville East Forsyth, Locust Grove Luella emerged victorious with a 26-21 victory. Both teams put up a strong fight, but in the end Locust Grove Luella was able to edge out the win. With the win, Locust Grove Luella improves to 3-1 in their last 4 games, while Gainesville East Forsyth falls to 3-1 in their last 4 games. Despite the narrow victory, Locust Grove Luella was able to outscore Gainesville East Forsyth by an average of 8.0 to 13.0 in their last 4 games we’ve covered.