2023 Score Atlanta TV Schedule

The partnerships with Atlanta News First, DawgNation and the AJC gave Score Atlanta the widest range its ever had to promote Georgia High School Football in 2022. Through Atlanta News First, formerly CBS46, each of our featured 34 games on Peachtree TV were promoted with stories highlighting each upcoming game and provided viewers with a platform to stream each game digitally, along with the National Federation High School Network (subscription based). DawgNation, along with using their large digital platform to promote each game, discussed each week’s matchup during their “Game of the Week” segment on the DawgNation Daily podcast through Brandon Adams, who handled play-by-play during the broadcasts. On3’s Rusty Mansell was an instrumental factor on social media with his promotions as he has one of the largest followings of any recruiter in the southeast, and called games in the booth as well. With promotions running each week on AJC.com, and game previews discussed on Score Atlanta’s videocast, Georgia Prep Sports: Drive for the GHSA State Title, our digital reach extended to every area of the state giving our games the maximum exposure possible.

The year started off with a bang as the Corky Kell Classic had more than 44,000 fans in attendance across the four-day 11-game lineup, while more than 210,000 homes (525,000 viewers) tuned in to the live broadcast. The Atlanta News First app received over 36,600 impressions, while the Score Atlanta website and scoring app received a tremendous 587,235 impressions during the week of Corky Kell. Additionally, 7,379 fans tuned into the NFHS Network to watch the 11 games. Viewers were not just treated to watching some of the state’s best high school football players, but also got to witness a state-of-the-art broadcast that included a crew of 24 professionals and featured a live score scroller that showed viewers live scores from games around the state, provided by the Score Atlanta team and their online scoreboard and app. Halftime and postgame shows were filled with stories from school representatives and sponsor representatives, along with scores and playoff brackets. Many sponsors showed out during the four-day event with booth displays and representatives promoting their companies to each game’s attendees.

The next week featured the Great Atlanta Bash, which returned to Eddie S. Henderson Stadium along with 7,913 fans across the two-day event. More than 65,000 homes (162,500 viewers) tuned into the live broadcast, and the Atlanta News First app generated 6,162 digital impressions while the NFHS Network received 1,823 impressions. During the week of the Great Atlanta Bash, the Score Atlanta website and scoring app received over 342,025 impressions.
For the rest of the Georgia High School Football season, each Friday night featured a premier matchup in the Drive for the GHSA State Title, with 10 regular season games and four postseason games. The average attendance for each game was 5,056, including the season finale between Gainesville and Roswell that brought more than 7,340 fans to the stands. Across the season, 280,000 homes (700,000 viewers) tuned into the live broadcasts for the Friday night football action. The Atlanta News First app received 78,675 impressions throughout the season and the NFHS Network received 23,517 impressions, while the Score Atlanta website and scoring app averaged over 393,031 impressions every week of the Drive for the GHSA State Title.

The year came to a close with the 11th annual Georgia Elite Classic, which returned to Rome’s historic Barron Stadium along with 3,181 fans for four all-star games. 47,500 homes (118,750 viewers) tuned into the live broadcast, while the Atlanta News First app received 14,085 impressions. During the week of the Georgia Elite Classic, the Score Atlanta website and scoring app received 272,875 impressions. Additionally, 8,706 viewers tuned into the NFHS Network to watch the four all-star games.
Altogether, the 34 games broadcasted over the course of the 2022 Georgia High School Football season were attended by 196,880 fans, with 602,500 homes (1,506,250 viewers) tuning in from home. The Atlanta News First app generated 135,538 impressions, the NFHS Network had 41,425 impressions and the Score Atlanta website and app had a season total of 6,704,582 impressions.

To watch any of our games live on Atlanta News First, click here! To view the full schedule of televised games for the 2023 season, look below. This page will be updated later to reflect the matchups for the Drive for the GHSA State Title.

Sheriff’s Cup Invitational 

August 12 at Collins Hill High School

9 a.m. Gwinnett vs. DeKalb

11 a.m. Cobb vs. Fulton

Corky Kell + Dave Hunter Classic

August 16 at Kell High School

North Atlanta 58, Johns Creek 14

Parkview 43, Kell 24

August 17 at West Forsyth High School

Archer 35, North Forsyth 16

West Forsyth 40, Cherokee Bluff 7

August 18 at Fellowship Christian High School

Fellowship Christian 38, Mt. Pisgah 3

August 18 at Rome’s Barron Stadium

Creekside 35, Kennesaw Mountain 23

Rome 34, Cass 0

August 19 at Mercedes-Benz Stadium

Norcross 45, Marietta 23

Brookwood 21, McEachern 20

Mill Creek 49, North Gwinnett 14

Walton 49, Grayson 27

 

Great Atlanta Bash

August 25 at Midtown High School

Calhoun 40, Carver-Atlanta 12

August 26 at Midtown High School

Miller Grove 35, Maynard Jackson 22

Douglas County 48, Mays 42

Douglass 27, Booker T. Washington 0

 

Drive for the GHSA State Title

Regular Season

September 1

Carrollton 33, Rome 13

September 8

Milton 34, Roswell 14

September 15

Marist 31, Blessed Trinity 14

September 22

Buford 30, Marietta 3

September 29

Lee County 44, Houston County 35

October 6

Cartersville 21, Cass 14

October 13

North Paulding 24, Harrison 22

October 20 (Georgia High School Football Hall of Fame Game)

Kell 42, GAC 32

October 27

Grayson 41, Archer 14

November 3

North Gwinnett 51, Norcross 41

Postseason

November 10

Cass 28, Kell 14

November 17

Rome 42, Langston Hughes 14

November 24

Walton 56, Carrollton 35

December 1

Thomas County Central 13, Marist 7

 

Georgia High School Football Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony

October 21 at the College Football Hall of Fame

 

Georgia Elite Classic

December 29 at Rome’s Barron Stadium

9:00 a.m. 7th Grade All-Star Game

11:15 a.m. 8th Grade All-Star Game

1:30 p.m. Senior All-Star Game

4:15 p.m. Junior All-Star Game

7:00 p.m. Sophomore vs. Freshman All-Star Game