The defending Class 5A champions will take their show on the road to tonight as they take on of the best teams in the state of Florida. Camden will come into the game with their Wing-T offense, which is something St. Thomas Aquinas doesn’t see much. Both head coaches (Jeff Herron for Camden and Aquinas’ George Smith) have won a combine nine state titles.
GPB will broadcast two games this week, one on Friday and a second on Saturday. The Friday matchup will feature the No. 5 team in Class 4A the Kell Longhorns as they welcome the Pope Greyhounds. Saturday's webcast involves a rare game between South Georgia power Valdosta and Atlanta's M.L. King.
There’s nothing like a good backyard brawl. And that’s exactly what will be going on Friday night in Snellville when the Broncos travel down the road to face the neighboring Comets.
People always say that without the sour, the sweet is never as sweet. Well, the folks at Cross Keys High School have had enough sour in their time that these last two weeks have been as sweet as it can get. In a football program where losing is expected, the Indians have defied all expectations and won their last two football games to bring their record to 2-3-1 on the season
In this week's newest edition of the 44, our staff has again made two changes: Justin Watts of Peachtree Ridge and Xavier Walker of Duluth are both out and have been replaced by Carver's Riyahd Jones and Westlake's Ronnie Harris. See the full list to see what players from your team made the cut!
Another Friday night has come and gone and the top 10 football rankings have seen more changes. Class AAAA saw the most alterations after Kell defeated Hiram to knock the Hornets out of the top 10. The Longhorns moved up a spot to No. 4 as a result of their dominant 30-7 win. Griffin dropped from No. 4 to No. 5 despite a blowout win over Alcovy.
It was homecoming night at Centennial’s Fortress but the festivities took a bit of a hit after the Wolverines of West Forsyth took advantage of some early turnovers to lead 23-0 after the first quarter en route to a 43-7 victory. West Forsyth, playing it just its third season of varsity football and it first season in Class-AAAAA, up from AAA, earned its first Region 6-AAAAA win thanks to a powerful ground game.
North Gwinnett 45, Meadowcreek 0: C.J. Uzomah accounted for three touchdowns as the visiting Bulldogs (5-0) raced to 31-0 halftime lead. Uzomah was 10-for-10 passing for 90 yards and two touchdowns and also ran for a score.
Kell at Hiram The No. 5 Longhorns have had many storylines written about them in the first five weeks of the season, while No. 6 Hiram has compiled the same 4-0 overall record. The two Region 5-AAAA programs will meet Friday in Hornets Stadium for one of the better games in the classification thus far in 2010.
West Forsyth travels to Centennial this week to get region play started in a newly realigned Region 6-AAAAA. The last team to win the region and still currently in the region is Roswell who won it in 2005. This region is wide open and newcomer West Forsyth looks to make an impact.