2022 Score Atlanta TV Schedule

After a successful 2021 season that saw Score Atlanta televise 30 Georgia High School football games (including the Corky Kell Classic, Great Atlanta Bash, Drive for the GHSA State Title and the Georgia Elite Classic), Score is back in 2022 ready to air 32 more of the best matchups in Georgia for the upcoming football season all on Peachtree TV, the sister station of CBS46. The Corky Kell Classic will kick the season off on August 17 with a four-day 11-game lineup, concluding with the event’s four-game finale at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on Saturday. Last season, more than 250,000 viewers tuned in to the live broadcast on Peachtree TV to watch the games.

The next weekend will feature the fourth annual Great Atlanta Bash which returns to Midtown High School for the two-day four-game event, featuring schools from the Atlanta Public School System as well as Clayton and Douglas County. The Drive for the GHSA State Title will begin on September 2 and will feature 10 regular season matchups with top football programs from all around Georgia, as well as four postseason matchups (one game in the first round, second round, quarterfinals and semifinals). Last year, the regular season games featured in the Drive for the GHSA State Title averaged 11,681 households and 5,275 adults age 25-54, as well as 12,881 P35-49 for every Friday night game on Peachtree TV.

The season will conclude with the annual Georgia Elite Classic, featuring four All-Star games comprised of Georgia’s top talents at every position. This will mark the third time the games will be televised in event history, and the games will have more than 190 of the top high school football players and over 100 up-and-coming middle school players in the state.

Also included in this year’s television package will be the coverage of the Georgia High School Football Hall of Fame, which will be inducting its inaugural class on Saturday, October 22 at the College Football Hall of Fame. The Hall will be inducting 36 members and will honor one of the state’s all-time teams, and will present a lifetime achievement award. There will be a 60-minute special covering the event, which will be aired live on CBS46. Preceding the event will be the Georgia High School Football Hall of Fame Game, which will take place on October 21 at 8 p.m. The game will be played at Brookwood High School with the Broncos taking on Grayson live on Peachtree TV.

To view the full schedule of televised games for the 2022 season, look below. This page will be updated later to reflect the matchups for the Drive for the GHSA State Title.

Click here for the livestream of each game on CBS46.com.

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Sheriff’s Cup Invitational 

August 6 at Meadowcreek High School

1 p.m. Grayson 7th Grade vs. Parkview 7th Grade


Corky Kell Classic

August 17 at Johns Creek

5:30 p.m. Kell 38, Cherokee Bluff 23

8:30 p.m. Parkview 52, Johns Creek 7

August 18 at West Forsyth

5:30 p.m. North Atlanta 31, North Forsyth 27

8:30 p.m. West Forsyth 21, Archer 7

August 19 at Rome

2:30 p.m. Mt. Pisgah 21, Fellowship Christian 18

5:30 p.m. Kennesaw Mountain 26, Cass 25

8:30 p.m. Rome 16, Creekside 6

August 20 at Mercedes-Benz Stadium

10 a.m. North Gwinnett 32, McEachern 20

1 p.m. Brookwood 28, Norcross 24

4 p.m. Mill Creek 44, Walton 41

7 p.m. Grayson 32, Marietta 12


Great Atlanta Bash

August 26 at Midtown High School

8 p.m. North Atlanta 50, Drew 6

August 27 at Midtown High School

10 a.m. South Atlanta 33, Chapel Hill 9

1 p.m. Carver-Atlanta 44, Riverdale 24

4 p.m. Douglas County 49, Mays 41


Drive for the GHSA State Title

Regular Season

September 2

8 p.m. Buford 21, North Cobb 14

September 9

8 p.m. Oconee County 9, Jefferson 7

September 16

8 p.m. Walton 30, Marietta 17

September 23

8 p.m. Hughes 48, Douglas County 3

September 29

8 p.m. Walton 51, North Paulding 49

October 7

8 p.m. Carrollton 38, East Coweta 28

October 14

8 p.m. Cambridge 42, Kell 24

October 21 (Hall of Fame Game)

8 p.m. Grayson 42, Brookwood 14

October 28

8 p.m. Gainesville 34, North Forsyth 21

November 4

8 p.m. Roswell 38, Alpharetta 21


November 11

8 p.m. Lovett 13, Westminster 6

November 18

8 p.m. Walton 42, Buford 35

November 25

8 p.m. Cedar Grove 30, Calvary Day 0

December 2

8 p.m. Gainesville 35, Roswell 28


Georgia High School Football Hall of Fame Game

October 21 at Brookwood High School

8 p.m. Brookwood vs. Grayson

Georgia High School Football Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony

October 22 at the College Football Hall of Fame


Georgia Elite Classic

December 29 at Rome’s Barron Stadium

10 a.m. 8th Grade All-Star Game

12:45 p.m. Senior All-Star Game

3:30 p.m. Junior All-Star Game

6:15 p.m. Sophomore vs. Freshman All-Star Game