Week 12 Football Round Up

Houston County 34, Northside-Warner Robins 13

How the game was won: Houston County outscored Northside 28-7 in the final three quarters. Quarterback Jake Fromm (Alabama commit) utilized precision passing to pick apart the Eagle defense with three passing touchdowns, two in the second half. The final score came on a 27-yard touchdown pass to Amari Colbert with 4:05 left in the game.

Top Performers: Fromm connected with Darion Anderson (15 yards), Colbert (27 yards) and Eli Watson (55 yards) for touchdowns and finished the game with 26 of 40 passing for 387 yards. … Chris Brinson rushed in from 1-yard out and finished with 92 yards on 21 attempts. … … Jordan Strevig kicked field goals of 25 and 35 yards. … Houston County amassed 537 total yards of offense with 387 passing, 150 rushing. … Northside found scoring from Tobias Oliver on a 5-yard run. … Oliver also connected with Marcus Jolly on a 52-yard pass and would finish the game 4-of-17 passing for 78 yards. …. Northside matched 262 yards of offense, 78 passing and 184 rushing.


Northview 42, Centennial 35

How the game was won: Centennial used a furious rally and had a chance to tie the game after recovering an on-side kick with 11 seconds left down seven, but the Knights’ hail mary attempt was incomplete in the end zone.

Top Performers: Emeka Nwanze scored on runs of 10 and 18 yards. …Jair Anderson scored on a 1-yard run. …Colton McDaniel scampered in from 13 yards out and AJ Green added a 9-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter. …Centennial received a 3-yard touchdown run from Tyreke Smith. …Luther Martinez scored on a 12-yard screen pass from Casen Conway, who scored later on a 3-yard keeper. …Tee Holland hauled in a 22-yard score from Conway. …Conway tossed his third touchdown of the game with 15 seconds remaining, finding Blane Mason.

Parkview 13, Dacula 11

How the game was won: Malik Washington intercepted Dacula’s 2-point conversion attempt with 23.5 seconds remaining, but the Falcons were able to recover an on-side kick. Dacula lined up for a long 50-yard field goal attempt, but the kick was blocked as time expired, preserving the win for the Panthers.

Top Performers: Jack Chambers hit Garrett Fowler on a 32-yard touchdown pass with 38.2 seconds remaining in the third quarter to gain a 13-5 lead. …Will Chandler buried a 22-yard field goal in the first quarter. …Dacula received its only touchdown of the game on a Wesley Whitehead 5-yard toss to Keion Scott. …Antonio Yin drilled a 41-yard field goal.

West Forsyth 38, Johns Creek 6

How the game was won: West Forsyth used a balanced offensive attack to steadily pull away from visiting Johns Creek. The Wolverines saw two runners exceed the 100-yard mark and they finished with 254 yards on the ground and 228 through the air. West Forsyth led 10-0 after one quarter, 17-0 at halftime, and by the final 38-6 margin heading into the fourth. Johns Creek scored its lone touchdown to make it 17-6 in the third quarter but could not get any closer.

Top performers: Grant Torgerson rushed for 115 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Wolverines. … Clay Crocker added 101 yards and one score. … Kiernen Hamilton completed 18 of 30 passes for 228 yards and two touchdowns. He connected on scoring strikes with Austin Reid and Garrett Broxson. Reid caught seven passes for 76 yards.

Collins Hill 13, Norcross 9

How the game was won: Wet, sloppy conditions contributed to a rough offensive first half for both teams before Collins Hill found its footing to get the best of host Norcross. Prior to the intermission, the game’s only score came in the form of a Norcross safety. The Blue Devils extended their advantage to 9-0 early in the third quarter before Collins Hill reeled of 13 unanswered points in the final 17 minutes of the contest.

Top performers: Both of Collins Hill’s touchdowns came thanks to touchdown passes by Drew Dinsmore. His first from 80 yards away went to Justin Macaulay and cut the deficit to 9-7 in the third quarter. … Dinsmore later hooked up with Jeremy Lewis, whose reception in the back of the endzone proved to be the Eagles’ winner with 1:58 remaining.

Marietta 17, Harrison 13

How the game was won: Marietta erased a 13-3 halftime deficit to overcome the Hoyas and eliminate them from state playoff contention. The Blue Devils even seemed to have the upper hand in the opening half (led the total-yardage battle 150 to 116 despite the 10-point deficit) but struggled to capitalize on field-position dominance because of turnovers. Marietta outscored Harrison 14-0 in the second half.

Top performers: The Blue Devils stormed out of the halftime gates when Robert Harris returned the kickoff 72 yards for a touchdown, thus pulling within 13-10. … Roberto Failey scored the game-winner for Marietta on a 37-yard run with 10 minutes remaining in the fourth quarter.

Wheeler 35, Lassiter 14

How the game was won: Wheeler built a 28-7 halftime lead on a Corey Stovall 10-yard run. The victory clinched the fourth seed in the region for the Wildcats who will play next week in the Class AAAAAA state playoffs.

Top Performers: Denaiah Franklin rushed for three touchdowns for Wheeler on runs of 60, 40 and 1-yard. …Receiver Terry Smith pulled in a touchdown of 30 yards in the second quarter.

Milton 35, Pope 0

How the game was won: Cameron Adams had touchdown runs of 93 and 5 yards in the first quarter as Milton took a 14-0 halftime lead. The Eagles got a 37-yard rushing touchdown and an 11-yard passing touchdown from quarterback David Moore to extend the lead in the third quarter.

Top performers: Adams rushed 20 times for 198 yards and two scores. … Moore rushed four times for 45 yards and a touchdown, and was 5-for-7 passing for 44 yards and a touchdown pass to Patrick Bond. … Solomon Vanhorse scored on a 36-yard run for Milton. … For Pope, Patrick Burke had nine receptions for 101 yards, and Campbell Rickers was 25-of-41 passing for 169 yards.

South Forsyth 31, Lambert 6

How the game was won: Sam Outlaw’s 75-yard touchdown run in the third quarter put the game out of reach, clinching the Region title for South Forsyth.

Top Performers: Outlaw scored two rushing touchdowns. His 8-yard touchdown run in the second stretched South Forsyth’s lead to 10. …Quarterback David Shanley threw a pair of touchdowns. His first was a 24-yard score to Jaylen Pearson and his second went to Ronnie Chambliss for 75 yards.

Newnan 14, Langston Hughes 0

How the game was won: Coaches mutually agreed to call this one at halftime due to torrential rain and Lightning. A Langston Hughes’ offense that is predicated on passing and had averaged 269 yards per game through the air never could get going in such conditions. Newnan controlled the game by keeping the ball on the ground and came close to winning 21-0 but fumbled on its opponents’ one-yard line.

Top performers: Darryel Hines got the scoring started with a touchdown run for Newnan. … Marquis Hill capped off a 10-play, 66-yard drive with a 21-yard scoring jaunt. … Kadarius Satterwhite had an interception to halt a rare promising drive by Langston Hughes.


Dalton 21, Kell 7

How the game was won: Dalton scored touchdowns on its second and third possessions of the third quarter to extend its 9-7 halftime lead. Catamounts quarterback J.P. Tighe threw three touchdown passes to three different receivers.

Top performers: Dalton secures the No. 1 seed in Region 7-AAAAA with the win. … Tighe threw for 131 yards and threw touchdowns to Kyric McGowan (23 yards), Wyatt Erwin (33 yards) and Tyler Noland (44 yards). … Drake McCowan led Dalton in rushing with 30 attempts for 94 yards. … Isai Hernandez connected on a field goal in the second half for Dalton. . … The Dalton defense recovered three Kell fumbles. … Kell scored on the first play from scrimmage, returning a Dalton fumble for a score.

Creekside 41, Southwest DeKalb 7

How the game was won: The Seminoles held a 21-7 lead at the half and sat through a rain delay before finishing off the Panthers.

Top Performers: Sabree Curtis ran home a 5-yard score. …Gino Appleberry punched in a 3-yard score to make it 21-7 in the second. …Felix Harper aired it out 15 yards to Khalil McClain. …Harper later found Kelvin Freeman for a 22-yard touchdown. …DJ Brown tacked on a pick-six in the third quarter.

Creekview 14, Cambridge 0

How the game was won: Host Creekview got a 30-yard second-quarter touchdown pass from Kyle Wilkie to Brett Mello to go up 7-0 at halftime. The Grizzlies then iced the game with a Cade Radam touchdown in the fourth.

Top performers: Creekview’s win puts it into the playoffs with the No. 3 seed in Region 7-AAAAA. Cambridge misses the playoffs with the loss. … Creekview’s final drive lasted from the eight-minute mark to the three-minute mark of the fourth quarter, culminating in Radam’s 1-yard run. … The Grizzlies defense picked up two fumbles and an interception.

Allatoona 37, Chapel Hill 6

How the game was won: Allatoona dominated in all three phases of the game to roll over host Chapel Hill and capture back-to-back region championships for the first time in school history. The Buccaneers scored five rushing touchdowns and with a safety on a bad punt snap to make the score 37-0 before Chapel Hill scored a relatively meaningless fourth-quarter touchdown.

Top performers: Brandon Rainey found the endzone on a 32-yard run and scored on a quarterback sneak to account for both of his touchdowns during the first half. … Russell Halimon opened the night’s scoring with a 36-yard touchdown scamper. … Jalen Parrish and Brandon Archibald added touchdown runs for the Buccaneers. … Joseph Hughes recovered a North Clayton fumble to set up Parrish’s score.

McIntosh 17, Union Grove 12

How the game was won: The Chiefs held on after a 17-0 lead against a hard charging Union Grove team which put up 12 points in the final frame.

Top Performers: Hunter Best scored on a QB keeper with 5:21 to play in the first quarter. …Parker Romo booted a 28-yard field goal to extend the Chiefs’ lead to 17-0 at the 2:50 mark of the third quarter. …Mustic Robby blocked an extra-point with 11:44 remaining after Union Grove’s first score on the game.

Alexander 35, New Manchester 28

How the game was won: Justin Hall surpassed Isaac Zico as Alexander’s all-time leading receiver and in the process helped the Cougars’ high-powered offense slip past New Manchester.

Top Performers: Justin Hall caught 11 passes for 129 yards. Hall finished the regular season with 79 catches worth 1,247 yards. …Daetrich Harrington carried 29 times for 155 yards and three scores. …Jalen Thornton punched in a short touchdown run. …Baylor Whitfield completed 15-of-23 passes for 191 yards and one touchdown. …Leo Aylsworth snagged three catches for 60 yards and a score.

Jones County 34, Warner Robins 10

How the game was won: Warner Robins pulled close at the end of the third quarter (14-10) and forced Jones County to respond. The Greyhounds would and out-scored the Demons 20-0 in the final quarter. The offensive onslaught was capped off when Tyric Soloman connected with his brother Terrell Soloman on a halfback pass to pad the lead and pull past Warner Robins. It was Jones County’s first-ever victory at Warner Robins.

Top Performers: Bradley Hunnicutt finished the game passing 15-of-23 times for 270 yards with two touchdowns. … Hunnicutt connected with Nick Singleton for a 54-yard touchdown. … Singleton finished the game with 13 receptions for 189 yards. … Chandler Ramage notched a 20-yard touchdown reception and rushed in from 18 yards for a score. … Terrell Soloman scored on goaline rush and the 34-yard pass from brother Tyric. Jones County finished the game with 450 yards of offense with 311 yards passing … Warner Robins found scoring from Ivan Corbin (4-yard run) and Connor Shaw (29-yard field goal). … The Demons matched 308 yards of total offense.

Stockbridge 20, Northgate 2

How the game was won: The stingy Stockbridge defense flexed its muscles leading the team to a win and their second straight Region title. They allowed just 166 yards and forced two turnovers. Of those 166 yards, Northgate totaled only three passing yards.

Top Performers: Quarterback Malachi Brown went 4-of-9 for 158 yards and a pair of touchdown passes. His first went to Marquez Ezzard for 62 yards to put the team up in the first quarter. His second was a 74-yard connection with Jalen Holston. He also scored the final touchdown on a 4-yard run. …Holston finished as the team’s leading rusher with 19 attempts for 98 yards. …Ezzard caught two passes for 75 yards. …Northgate’s lone bright spot came on a sack in the end zone for a safety.

Drew 34, Woodland-Stockbridge 28

How the game was won: Quarderman Sloan ran it in from two yards out with less than five minutes remaining in the game to give Drew the victory. After blowing a 20-7 halftime lead, Drew battled back from eight down in the fourth. The win gave Drew the fourth seed in their region and a playoff berth.

Top Performers: Sloan finished with three touchdown runs of 29, 27 and two yards. …Quarterback Joseph Newman had two rushing touchdowns of 48 and two yards. He also converted a successful two-point conversion on a pass play to Bryson Duckworth.

Class AAAA

Jonesboro 19, Locust Grove 12

How the game was won: Zerrick Cooper’s 11-yard touchdown pass to Cooper Marria with :20 seconds remaining in the game gave Jonesboro a comeback victory and the region title over Locust Grove. Jonesboro battled back from a 14-0 fourth quarter deficit. Their final touchdown was set up by a Locust Grove muffed punt.

Top performers: Cooper finished with three touchdown passes in the game, two of which went to Marria. Along with his 11-yard touchdown pass, Marria also caught a 25-yard touchdown pass to put Jonesboro on the board. Cooper’s other touchdown pass went to running back Montrailous Mosley for 16 yards.

Cartersville 35, Pickens 0

How the game was won: Behind Trey Creamer’s four touchdowns, the Canes blew past the Dragons to capture another Region 7 title.

Top Performers: Trey Creamer set the tone scoring on runs of 49, 19 and 50 yards before catching 10-yard swing pass from Trevor Lawrence for six. …Lawrence later tossed a touchdown to Terrius Callahan.

Spalding 38, Eagle’s Landing 6

How the game was won: Spalding held Eagle’s Landing scoreless until the final seconds of the game and racked up 382 yards of total offense. The Spalding defense capitalized on two interceptions and a fumble to give the Jaguars the home win.

Top performers: The Region 4-AAAA play-in game was a rematch of Spalding’s 23-20 win in September. Eagle’s Landing misses the playoffs with the loss.

Thomson 35, Burke County 28

How the game was won: Thomson exploded to score 21 of the game’s last 28 points after trailing 21-14 at the half to get past the Bears.

Top Performers: Billy Mance found the end zone twice highlighted by a 56-yard run. …Rashad Sturgis broke off a 60-yard touchdown run before Mike Thomas scored from 36 out to make it 35-21 entering the fourth. …Burke County received two touchdown passes from Caleeb Roberson, hitting Aquvaious Evans for 26 yards before tossing a 51 yarder in the second quarter. …Keenan Parker scored on a 1-yard run. …Damari Kelly took in a 2-yard run for six, late in the fourth.

Woodward Academy 42, Carrollton 7

How the game was won: Woodward dominated the game after falling down 7-0, scoring four times in the second quarter. Woodward quarterback Ryan Glover accounted for five touchdowns, four passing (two to Jacob Robertson) and one rushing. Elijah Holyfield rushed for Woodward’s other touchdown.

Top performers: Glover finished with 284 yards passing on just 11 completions (11 of 14), finding Robertson for touchdowns of 15 and 66 yards, both in the second quarter. Glover hit Stephen Elliott for a 32-yard touchdown in the third and Josh Johnson for a 93-yard score in the fourth. He rushed for a 21-yard score in the second. … Johnson led Woodward with 126 yards receiving on five catches, with Robertson getting 86 yards and Elliott 65 yards. … Holyfield rushed for 51 yards and a 1-yard score in the second quarter.

Winder-Barrow 37, Heritage-Conyers 23

How the game was won: For the second consecutive season, the Bulldoggs will be playing postseason football. The Patriots rallied after trailing 28-7, but ran out of time before they could complete the comeback.

Top Performers: CeCe Green scored twice for the Bulldoggs. …Javonne Hughes ran for two short touchdowns. …Andrew Mattison sank three field goals in the second half to extend the Doggs’ lead. …The Patriots received a 81-yard touchdown run from Howard Malik and a 30-yard score from Anthony Stanley.

Mary Persons 20, West Laurens 16

How the game was won: Mary Persons pulled off an unlikely comeback against West Laurens after being down 16-0 early in the game. The game winning touchdown came from Zach Harvey on a 2-yard rushing touchdown with four minutes left.

Top performers: Harvey led the way for Mary Persons scoring on the 2-yard run, a 41-yard pass from quarterback Austin Walker and fumble recovery for a 90 yard score. … West Laurens quarterback Jalen Mack connected with Brandon Stuckey (72-yards) and Storm Walker (10-yards). … Bill Leroy added a 15-yard field goal

Bainbridge 14, Cairo 6

How the game was won: Dameon Pierce’s 12-yard touchdown run in the third quarter gave Bainbridge an 11-point lead that was not relinquished. With the win, the team captured the region title.

Top Performers: Brett McLaughlin got Bainbridge on the board in the second quarter with his 13-yard touchdown pass to Clark Wiggins. …Cairo kicker Aldair Cortes provided the only scoring for the team connecting on field goals of 35 and 27 yards.

St. Pius 45, Redan 12

How the game was won: St. Pius had 389 total yards of offense in the first half along with all 45 of their points to further stake their claim as the top team in the region, which was already clinched before the game.

Top Performers: Running back Grant Hollomon rushed eight times for 102 yards and two touchdowns on runs of 40 and five yards. …Christian Bicego had 12 rushes for 82 yards and a 10-yard touchdown run. …Reed Egan opened the scoring with a 49-yard touchdown run and also added a 38-yard touchdown pass to Garrett Gooden. …Kicker Nick Jones connected on all six of his extra point tries and hit a 30-yard field goal. …Redan’s Tirice Cramer caught six passes for 138 yards and had a 6-yard touchdown.

Class AAA

Westminster 35, North Clayton 18

How the game was won: Two of Westminster’s five touchdowns were set up by Ian Ude interceptions as the visiting Wildcats held off North Clayton. The Eagles scored two unanswered touchdowns to pull within 14-12 and found the endzone again in the final seconds of the first half to trail just 21-18 at the intermission. They almost took the lead on their opening drive of the second half, but Ude’s second pick of the game came at the goal-line. Zay Malcome and Chase Williams soon clinched victory with respective touchdown runs.

Top performers: Malcome rushed for two touchdowns and his 13th career 100-yard rushing game pushed him to the top of Westminster’s all-time rushing yardage chart. … Rankin Woley scored on quarterback keepers to account for the Wildcats’ first 14 points. … Terrence Harrison scored all three of North Clayton’s touchdowns.

East Hall 35, Banks County 27

How the game was won: Jiel Vargas iced the game in favor of the Vikings on a 14-yard touchdown run with 10:44 to play in the fourth quarter.

Top Performers: Austin Parker tossed three touchdowns, finding Jacquen Hopkins twice and Tripp Rider once. …Banks County received touchdown runs of 18 and 69 yards from Trevae Cain. …Zez Steeple returned a kick 92 yards. …Logan Hubbard brought a kick back 86 yards for a third quarter score.

Dawson County 17, Johnson-Gainesville 14

How the game was won: Jeremy Whalen came up with an interception to end the game and help the Tigers finish 7-3 on the year, a five-win increase from last year’s 2-8 season and the program’s best record since 2005.

Top Performers: Hunter Mitchell raced 39-yards for a touchdown …Alan Sanchez booted in a free-kick.

Butler 42, Hephzibah 0

How the game was won: Behind a flawless first half by quarterback Stephon Washington the Bulldogs rolled into the playoffs.

Top Performers: Stephon Washington finished 5-for-5 in the first half with 167 yards and three touchdowns. …Keon Brinson caught touchdowns of 30 and 19 yards. …Lamar Dawson hauled in a 25-yard touchdown pass. …Devon Robinson scored on a 3-yard run and Corey Slater punched in a 6-yard touchdown.

Calhoun 55, Coahulla Creek 7

How the game was won: Kaelan Riley used both his arm and legs to power the Yellow Jackets to an undefeated season. Calhoun rolled up 552 yards of total offense and outgained the Colts on the ground 329 to 18.

Top Performers: Kaelan Riley finished 8-for-11 for 205 yards, two touchdowns and also 51 yards rushing and a touchdown. …Jess Ralston scored on a 67-yard run. …Olico Dennis carried four times for 57 yards and two touchdowns. …Malik Lawrence caught a 76-yard touchdown. …Ryan Randall caught an 11-yard touchdown. …Bryson Bushong punched in a 1-yard run. …Gavin Gray threw a 13-yard touchdown pass to Porter Law. …Landon Rice and Brantley Nation recovered fumbles. …Coahulla Creek’s Luke Brock hit Morgan D’Auria for a 2-yard score to end the game.

West Hall 14, Lumpkin County 7

How the game was won: Ashun Favorite intercepted a pass to clinch the win for the Spartans after the Indians had moved the ball to midfield with 14 seconds remaining.

Top Performers: Cameron Shirley scored on a quarterback sneak in the first quarter. …Kwon Williams added a 54-yard rushing touchdown in the second quarter to give West Hall a 14-0 lead at the break. …Zach Matthews scored Lumpkin County’s lone touchdown on a 2-yard run with 4:25 remaining in regulation.

Cook 30, Jenkins 21

How the game was won: Down 21-0 in the second quarter, Cook scored 30 unanswered points to finish the game and earn a berth in the Class AAA state playoffs.

Top Performers: Brandon Doe scored a pair of rushing touchdowns for Cook on runs of 28 and 15 yards. …Gunner George provided an offensive spark with a halfback pass that went for a score to Tavian Allen.

Sonoraville 51, Murray County 13

How the game was won: Cody Long’s 30-yard touchdown pass to Camron Keith extended the Sonoraville lead to 15 in the third quarter and from there the game turned into a blowout.

Top Performers: Cody Long also scored on a 51-yard touchdown run in the first quarter to give Sonoraville its first lead. …Trent Daniel and Hunter Lay each scored rushing touchdowns with Daniel’s being a 27-yard scamper and Lay getting into the end zone from five yards out. …Tristan Key also added a 34-yard run in the fourth quarter. …Dominick Genitempo accounted for both Murray County scores. He threw a 23-yard touchdown to Tucker Gregg in the first quarter and had a 34-yard touchdown run in the second.

Class AA

Rabun County 34, Greene County 0

How the game was won: The Wildcats finished the season 9-1, capturing their best regular season finish since 1998’s 11-2 quarterfinals team.

Top Performers: Eli Gipson rushed for two touchdowns. …Jack Johnson found the end zone. …Bailey Fisher connected with Charlie Woerner through the air for a touchdown.

Pelham 40, Berrien 39

How the game was won: Pelham rode quarterback James Fackler to its first playoff berth since 2009. The game featured five lead changes and two ties. Fackler scored on a 45-yard run and the Hornets converted on a 2-point conversion with under three minutes left to take the lead for good.

Top Performers: James Fackler accounted for four touchdowns, all coming in the second half. Fackler tossed a 64-yard score to Cassius Allen and later found Allen again for another touchdown. …Kobe Russell ran in a 79-yard touchdown. …Berrien received two Devyne Lindsey touchdown runs. …Chris Naylor punched in a 9-yard score and Blake Guthrie turned on the burners for a 73-yard touchdown in the fourth.

Class A

Aquinas 48, Stratford Academy 28

How the game was won: Aquinas outscored Stratford Academy 27-7 in the second half. The final score came with 1:22 remaining as Liam Welch found George Welch on a 19-yard touchdown pass.

Top Performers: D’Angelo Durham led the way for Aquinas with rushing touchdowns of one, 10 and 13 yards and amassed 192 yards on 16 carries through three quarters … Liam Welch added two rushing touchdowns of 10 and 13 yards. … Welch also connected with Justin Gibbs on a 55-yard pass. … George Welch scored on the 19-yard pass and added a touchdown saving interception in the win. … Stratford found scoring from Kasey Sanders on a 5-yard run. … Quintez Cephus added a 48-yard rushing touchdown. … John Michael O’Quinn caught a Sim Patrick pass and took it in from two yards out for the score. … O’Showen Williams recovered a fumble and returned it 67 yards for a touchdown.

Prince Avenue 49, Providence Christian 0

How the game was won: The David vs. Goliath matchup didn’t feature any stones shot at the giant Wolverines. Prince Avenue started off slow, leading only 7-0 after one, but blew past 0-10 Providence to complete a 10-0 regular season.

Top Performers: Andrew Hayes ran for two touchdowns. …Kevon Hudson eclipsed the 1,000-yard mark on the season and scored on a 66-yard run. …Grant Roland hit Nick Brown for a 21-yard touchdown pass with 1:28 left in the first half to make the score 21-0. …Zach Ragel ran for a 33-yard score while Jordan Hightower and Thomas Huff both scored late.

Pinecrest Academy 28, Mt. Paran 21

How the game was won: Pinecrest quarterback Ryan McCarthy scored on a 48-yard run to break a 21-21 tie in the fourth quarter. The Pinecrest defense forced two turnovers on downs in the fourth to help seal the home win and the Region 6-A title.

Top performers: Pinecrest won despite 254 yards rushing on 28 attempts and two touchdowns from Taylor Trammell of Mt. Paran, the state rushing leader. … Pinecrest takes the regular-season rematch to break Mt. Paran’s 23-game winning streak after losing the first matchup 35-19.

Walker 42, King’s Ridge 21

How the game was won: Visiting Walker got two touchdown runs each from Lawson Ashby and Thomas Rath to pull away from King’s Ridge. The Wolverines scored 21 unanswered points to make it a 35-14 score in the second half after a 14-14 halftime score.

Top performers: Ashby had a 5-yard touchdown run and a 95-yard touchdown run, both in the third quarter. … Rath’s touchdowns were 5 and 4 yards, both in the first quarter. … Joseph Vose threw a 5-yard touchdown pass to Charlie Maxwell for Walker in the third quarter, and Jay Hajost had a 6-yard run with under a minute to play to cap scoring. … Avery Eikost had three sacks for Walker, with his third coming on a goal-line stand to stop King’s Ridge at the end of the first half. Ben Snavely tallied a sack, and Clark Miller and James Grindstaff combined on a sack for the Wolverines.


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