How the new top 10 teams fared in Week 11

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*1. (1) Roswell (9-0)

Last week: Beat Woodstock 59-7. Roswell scored five touchdowns in the first five minutes. Malik Willis, playing only the first half, was 10-of-14 passing for 188 yards and two touchdowns and rushed for 115 yards on six carries. Sheldon Evans rushed for 124 yards in limited minutes. Next: Friday vs. Cherokee (6-3)

*2. (3) Grayson (8-1)

Last week: Beat Hoover, Ala. 36-14. Grayson defeated Alabama’s No. 1-ranked team. Grayson scored on a blocked punt and two short TD drives after Hoover turnovers. Will Van Pamelen kicked three field goals, one a 48-yard yarder. Chase Brice was 8-of-17 passing for 112 yards. Georgia teams are 3-2 since 2008 against Hoover, which has won nine state titles since 2000. Next: Friday at South Gwinnett (7-2)

*3. (2) Mill Creek (9-0)

Last week: Off. Next: Friday at Duluth (2-7)

*4. (4) McEachern (8-1)

Last week: Beat Marietta 45-17. Bailey Hockman threw four TD passes, three to E.J. Scott. Hockman completed 15 of 21 attempts for 189 yards. Marietta’s Ramel Keyton, the state’s leading receiver, had 10 catches for 140 yards. Next: Friday vs. Hillgrove (5-4)

*5. (5) Norcross (9-0)

Last week: Beat Brookwood 21-0. Norcross clinched its first region title since the 2013 state-championship season. Baron Radcliff was 14-of-25 passing for 210 yards. Jared Simpkins returned a punt 47 yards for a touchdown and a 12-0 lead in the second quarter. Next: Friday at Meadowcreek (1-8)

*6. (7) Colquitt County (6-4)

Last week: Beat Lowndes 42-35. Colquitt County failed to hold a 35-14 lead but scored the winning points on Ty Leggett’s 55-yard run with 5:25 left to break a 35-35 tie. Jay Saunders was 17-of-23 passing for 204 yards and two touchdowns. He also rushed for 101 yards and two touchdowns on five carries. Next: State playoffs

*7. (6) Lowndes (8-2)

Last week: Lost to Colquitt County 42-35. Lowndes rallied from a 35-14 deficit to tie the game but could not prevail. QB Michael Barrett rushed for 169 yards and four touchdowns on 23 carries but struggled passing, completing only seven of 20 attempts for 132 yards. Travis Tisdale rushed for 163 yards on 22 carries. Lowndes had a first down at the Colquitt 28 in the final minutes but got no closer. Next: State playoffs

*8. (8) North Cobb (7-2)

Last week: Beat Hillgrove 35-28. QB Will Lovett was 14-for-18 passing for 244 yards and three touchdowns, including long ones to Imad Strozier (54 yards) and Drew Tejchman (70) that gave North Cobb a 21-7 lead in the first half. The victory moves North Cobb within one win of home-field advantage in the first round of the playoffs. Next: Friday at Kennesaw Mountain (2-7)

*9. (9) Brookwood (6-3)

Last week: Lost to Norcross 21-0. Brookwood had 199 yards in total offense but couldn’t reach the end zone and gave up a punt-return touchdown. Next: Friday vs. Lakeside, Atlanta (5-4)

*10. (10) Parkview (6-3)

Last week: Beat Meadowcreek 49-7. Parkview led 35-0 at halftime. Caleb Mitchell threw four touchdown passes. Next: Friday at Central Gwinnet (4-5)


*1. (1) Valdosta (8-1)

Last week: Beat Coffee 15-10. Valdosta clinched its first region title since 2011. The Wildcats took a 15-0 lead in the third quarter and held on after Coffee got within 15-10 with 9:37 left. Hunter Holt was 14-of-21 passing for 118 yards and rushed for 52 yards. That was all but 50 yards of Valdosta’s total offense. Next: Friday at Houston County (7-2)

*2. (3) Dalton (9-0)

Last week: Beat South Cobb 42-0. Dalton led by the final score at halftime. Ahmaad Tanner, playing only the first half, rushed for 100 yards on 13 carries. J.P. Tighe was 12-of-15 passing for 197 yards. Next: Friday at Allatoona (5-4)

*3. (4) Mays (8-1)

Last week: Beat Alexander 31-28. B.J. Phillips threw a 5-yard TD pass to Amir Abdur-Rahman late in the third quarter for a 31-28 lead. The winning points were set up by a long interception return by Ferlando Jordan to the Alexander 3-yard line. Chloe Robinson’s 26-yard field goal in the second quarter proved to be the difference. She was 4-for-4 on extra points. Next: Friday vs. Northgate (8-1)

*4. (6) Tucker (8-1)

Last week: Beat Mount Zion, Jonesboro 45-0. Taurean Taylor rushed for 181 yards and three touchdowns on 11 carries and had a 19-yard reception. Tucker held Mount Zion to four first downs and 56 total yards. Malachi Buckner and Jakobi Jones intercepted passes. Next: Friday vs. Stephenson (6-3) at Hallford Stadium

*5. (2) Northside, Warner Robins (8-2)

Last week: Lost to Houston County 45-35. Northside put up 463 total yards but never led and gave up the most points in a game since 1993. Tobias Oliver passed for 134 yards and rushed for 174. Next: State playoffs

*6. (5) Alexander (8-1)

Last week: Lost to Mays 31-28. Daetrich Harrington caught TD passes of 69 and 59 yards, the second that gave Alexander a 28-24 lead midway into the third quarter, but Alexander found little offense after that. Mays scored the winning touchdown after an Alexander turnover. Next: Friday at Douglas County (6-3)

*7. (7) Harrison (8-1)

Last week: Beat Sequoyah 21-0. Harrison held Sequoyah to 66 yards in total offense and minus-3 yards rushing. QB Justin Fields was 17-of-20 passing for 178 yards and rushed for 88 yards. Next: Friday at Creekview (4-5)

*8. (8) Lee County (6-2)

Last week: Off. Next: Friday at Coffee (5-4)

*9. (NR) Houston County (7-2)

Last week: Beat Northside, Warner Robins 45-35. In a must-win situation to save its playoff hopes, Houston County took a 21-7 first-quarter lead and never trailed. Jake Fromm was 28-of-43 passing for 530 yards and five touchdowns. The quarterback also rushed for 122 yards on 19 carries. Receivers Amari Colbert (6-184-1) and Eli Watson (10-181-3) also had big games. Next: Friday vs. Valdosta (8-1)

*10. (9) Glynn Academy (8-1)

Last week: Beat Effingham County 48-0. Glynn Academy jumped to a 34-0 halftime and won easily in a game played on Tuesday. Glynn put up 448 yards rushing, 175 by Randon Jernigan and 123 by Deejay Dallas. Glynn completed only two passes, both to Jernigan for 23 yards. Next: Friday vs. Bradwell Institute (3-4-1)

Out: No. 10 Coffee (5-4)


*1. (1) Buford (8-1)

Last week: Beat Loganville 35-10. Anthony Grant rushed for 173 yards on 31 carries. Christian Turner ran for 110 on 13. Buford held Loganville to 84 yards in total offense, minus-2 rushing. Buford won its 28th region title. Friday vs. Flowery Branch (3-6)

*2. (2) Stockbridge (9-0)

Last week: Beat Jones County 35-14. Stockbridge trailed 14-7 at halftime but broke the game open with a 21-point third quarter sparked by Kelton Dawson’s 40-yard interception return for a touchdown. Jalen Holston rushed for 137 yards on 15 carries. Stockbridge held Jones County to minus-26 yards rushing. Next: Friday at Union Grove (1-7-1)

*3. (3) Carrollton (8-1)

Last week: Beat Paulding County 42-14. Mecose Todd rushed for 157 yards and two touchdowns on 18 carries. QB Mark Wright rushed for 101 yards and a touchdown on 11 carries and was 12-of-24 passing for 140 yards. LaDamion Hunt returned a fumble 52 yards for a touchdown and a 35-14 lead with 8:58 left. Next: Friday vs. Cass (3-6)

*4. (4) Rome (7-2)

Last week: Beat East Paulding 49-0. Rome had more than 400 yards of total offense and moved one win closer to its first region title since 2006. Knox Kadum passed for 201 yards. Next: Friday at Woodland, Cartersville (0-9)

*5. (5) Kell (7-2)

Last week: Beat Woodland, Cartersville 42-14. Winless Woodland lost a fumble on the opening kickoff, and Kell was up 35-0 by halftime. John Lampley threw for 119 yards and two touchdowns on just five attempts. Next: Friday at Hiram (4-5)

*6. (6) Ware County (5-3)

Last week: Beat Wayne County 27-3. Ware County led only 7-3 at halftime but scored 20 points in the third quarter to break it open. Ware County managed only 223 yards in total offense. Denzel Stephenson returned an interception 26 yards for a touchdown. Next: Thursday at New Hampstead (2-5-1)

*7. (7) Grady (8-1)

Last week: Beat Riverwood 15-14. Caylin Newton threw an 80-yard TD pass to Jacquez Sloan with about nine minutes left, then hit Sloan for a two-point conversion for a 15-14 lead, Grady’s first of the game. Riverwood didn’t threaten after that. Newton was 18-of-25 passing for 261 yards and two TDs, the first for 47 yards to DiMarcus Clay on a screen. Next: Friday at Banneker (5-4)

*8. (8) Arabia Mountain (8-1)

Last week: Beat Southwest DeKalb 14-7. Brandon Snowball scored on a 60-yard run in the fourth quarter to break a 7-7 tie, and Silas Butler made an interception in the end zone to help end it. Arabia Mountain, opened in 2009, clinched Region 5 for the school’s first region championship. Next: Saturday vs. Lithonia (4-5) at Hallford Stadium

*9. (9) Woodland, Stockbridge (7-2)

Last week: Beat Eagle’s Landing 29-17. Reid Larson was 14-for-23 passing for 298 yards and had a couple of receivers over 100 yards – Yusuf Corker (3-114-1) and Shakur Brown (6-129-1). Senior DT Jayquan Coles had six sacks. Eagle’s Landing had 49 yards of total offense. Next: Friday vs. Locust Grove (6-3)

*10. (10) Loganville (7-2)

Last week: Lost to Buford 35-10. Loganville was held to less than 100 yards of total offense and denied its first region title since 2008. Next: Friday at Johnson, Gainesville (0-9)

Class AAAA

*1. (1) Cartersville (9-0)

Last week: Off. Next: Friday vs. Troup (8-1)

*2. (2) Thomson (9-0)

Last week: Beat Burke County 20-7. Mike Thomas rushed for 245 yards and a touchdown on 33 carries. Christian Tutt returned a punt 58 yards for a 20-7 lead and sealed the win with an interception deep in Thomson territory. The victory gave Thomson the Region 3 championship. Next: Friday at Richmond Academy (3-5)

*3. (3) Woodward Academy (9-1)

Last week: Beat Druid Hills 35-6. Beat Druid Hills 35-6. Ryan Glover was 11-of-12 passing for 179 passing with two touchdowns in limited action as Woodward led 35-0 at halftime. Next: State playoffs

*4. (4) Jefferson (8-1)

Last week: Beat Stephens County 35-7. Colby Clarke had 202 yards rushing and passing, and Colby Wood had 168 yards rushing and receiving and intercepted a pass. Next: Friday at Oconee County (7-2)

*5. (5) Cairo (8-1)

Last week: Beat Columbus 42-6. John Michael Owens threw three TD passes, and Cairo clinched Region 1. Next: Friday vs. Northside, Columbus (6-3)

*6. (6) Blessed Trinity (7-2)

Last week: Off. Next: Friday vs. West Hall (6-3)

*7. (7) Mary Persons (7-2)

Last week: Beat Perry 49-7. Mary Persons took a 42-0 lead at halftime, and Jatori Sims returned the second-half kickoff 97 yards for his third touchdown of the game. Zach Harvey rushed for 73 yards and four touchdowns on just carries. Next: Friday vs. Howard (1-8)

*8. (8) Burke County (7-2)

Last week: Lost to Thomson 20-7. Burke County failed to cash in on three deep drives into Thomson territory in the second half. The game decided the champion in Region 3. Next: Friday at Hephzibah (0-9)

*9. (10) Marist (6-3)

Last week: Beat Chestatee 47-14. Kyle Hamilton returned a punt 60 yards for a touchdown in the first two minutes, and Marist put up 310 yards rushing. Jack Dinges (12-103-1) and Michael Addicks (14-101-2) each rushed for more than 100 yards. Timmy Bleekrode made field goals of 43 and 41 yards. Next: Friday vs. White County (1-7)

*10. (NR) Troup (8-1)

Last week: Beat Central, Carrollton 41-0. Troup won its eighth straight game. Alonzo Ogletree had a pick six, and Kobe Hudson returned a kickoff for a touchdown.Next: Friday at Cartersville (9-0)

Out: No. 9 Stephens County (7-2)

Class AAA

*1. (1) Greater Atlanta Christian (8-1)

Last week: Off. Next: Friday at Dawson County (7-1)

*2. (2) Peach County (8-1)

Last week: Beat Pike County 45-7. Peach County led 45-0 at halftime. Antonio Gilbert passed for 203 yards. Next: Friday at Jackson (7-2)

*3. (3) Westminster (7-2)

Last week: Beat Towers 44-14. Zay Malcome rushed for 152 yards and three touchdowns on 22 carries. Westminster clinched the Region 5 title, the school’s first region title since 2007. Next: Friday at Stone Mountain (1-8)

*4. (4) Calhoun (7-2)

Last week: Beat Bremen 46-21. Bremen returned the opening kickoff for a touchdown and later led 14-7 but couldn’t maintain it. Calhoun QB Gavin Gray was 13-of-21 passing for 219 yards and three touchdowns. Next: Friday vs. Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe (1-8)

*5. (5) Crisp County (9-0)

Last week: Beat Dougherty 42-6. Crisp County led 35-0 at halftime and finished with 342 yards on just 38 snaps. Next: Friday at Worth County (6-3)

*6. (6) Cedar Grove (7-2)

Last week: Beat McNair 64-0. Cedar Grove won by shutout for the fourth consecutive time, fifth overall this season, and has outscored its four October opponents 196-0. Cedar Grove scored on returns of an interception (Tyrique Williams 28 yards), punt (Jadon Haselwood 79 yards) and kickoff (Korey Hernandez 90 yards). Jelani Woods was 11-of-14 passing for 136 yards. Next: Saturday vs. Redan (3-6)

*7. (7) Liberty County (8-1)

Last week: Beat Brantley County 49-14. Jaalon Frazier passed for 319 yards and two touchdowns and rushed for 104 yards and two touchdowns. Kris Coleman rushed for 84 yards and two touchdowns on just carries. Richard LeCounte had 123 yards receiving. Next: Friday at Pierce County (7-2)

*8. (8) Lovett (6-3)

Last week: Beat Pace Academy 35-3. Lovett intercepted three passes, forced a fumble and held Pace to nine first downs. Brady Tindall was 14-of-29 passing for 151 yards and rushed for 82 yards and three touchdowns. Next: Thursday at McNair (3-6)

*9. (10) Pierce County (7-2)

Last week: Beat Appling County 38-28. Stetson Bennett was 24-of-34 passing for 340 yards and three touchdowns, and Jay Bethea had five catches for 144 yards. Next Friday vs. Liberty County (8-1)

*10. (NR) Dawson County (7-1)

Last week: Beat Lumpkin County 54-8. Coey Watson was 8-of-17 passing for 190 yards and two touchdowns and rushed for 49 yards on eight carries. Kolton Brumbelow returned a kickoff 99 yards for a touchdown and had two catches for 63 yards and a touchdown. Dawson County is ranked by the AJC for the first time since 2001. Next: Friday vs. Greater Atlanta Christian (8-1)

Out: No. 9 Pace Academy (5-4)

Class AA

*1. (1) Benedictine (9-0)

Last week: Beat Metter 50-0. Benedictine clinched Region 2. Nick Iannone was 11-of-16 passing for 133 yards. Next: Friday at Jeff Davis (2-6)

*2. (2) Fitzgerald (8-1)

Last week: Beat Early County 40-6. J.D. King rushed for 75 yards and three touchdowns on 12 carries. Next: Friday vs. Thomasville (5-3)

*3. (3) Jefferson County (9-0)

Last week: Beat Josey 65-26. Jefferson County had 28 first downs and 640 yards of total offense, enough to overcome 150 yards in penalties and five turnovers. QB Jaden Jenkins had 168 yards passing and 90 rushing. Chardell Hales had 125 yards passing and 148 rushing. Jefferson County led 21-20 at halftime but outscored Josey 43-6 from there. Next: Friday vs. Screven County (8-1)

*4. (4) Callaway (9-0)

Last week: Beat Spencer 36-14. Callaway clinched Region 5, and coach Pete Wiggins got his 100th victory. Callaway took a 22-0 lead early, getting one touchdown by recovering a fumbled kickoff in the end zone. Spencer transfer D.J. Atkins, a 1,000-yard rusher, scored two touchdowns, one on a 57-yard pass, and rushed for 144 yards. Next: Friday vs. Jordan (0-9)

*5. (5) Rabun County (8-0)

Last week: Beat Oglethorpe County 58-0. Rabun County jumped to a 28-0 first-quarter lead and held a winless opponent to three first downs. Bailey Fisher was 10-of-12 passing for 137 yards and four touchdowns, two to Austin Jones. Eight players scored touchdowns. Next: Friday at Monticello (3-6)

*6. (7) Vidalia (7-2)

Last week: Beat Toombs County 28-14. Deon Green returned a kickoff 97 yards for a touchdown after Toombs County had gone up 14-13 with seconds left in the third quarter. Nate McBride rushed for 112 yards on six carries and had 13 tackles. Next: Friday at Bryan County (3-5)

*7. (8) Screven County (8-1)

Last week: Beat Glenn Hills 35-9. Screven County led 21-0 in the first quarter and was never threatened. C.J. Wright rushed for 93 yards and two touchdowns on eight carries. Next Friday at Jefferson County (9-0)

*8. (9) Pepperell (7-1)

Last week: Beat Armuchee 57-0. Pepperell led 50-0 at halftime, by which time Tae Hammond had rushed for 158 yards on eight carries and scored on runs of 9, 39, 64 and 23 yards. Next: Friday vs. Chattooga (6-3)

*9. (NR) Washington County (8-1)

Last week: Beat Northeast 28-0. Washington County got its second consecutive shutout and clinched Region 3. Anthony Hogg and Dyquan Bloodsaw each returned interceptions for touchdowns, and Preston Daniels had 2.5 sacks. Tejuan Thomas had two sacks. . Corteveyas Mitchell rushed for 91 yards. Next: Friday vs. Dublin (7-2)

*10. (NR) Thomasville (5-3)

Last week Beat Brooks County 32-13. Thomasville ended a five-game losing streak against Brooks County and set up a Region 1 title game this week. T.J. Rice passed for 231 yards, completing 15 of 23 attempts. Charlie Thomas had 125 yards receiving and scored three touchdowns. Next: Friday at Fitzgerald (8-1)

Out: No. 6 Brooks County (6-3), No. 10 Heard County (6-3)

Class A (private)

*1. (1) Eagle’s Landing Christian (9-0)

Last week: Beat Mount Vernon Presbyterian 49-7. Trevor Gear rushed for 126 yards and two touchdowns on 19 carries. ELCA had 300 yards rushing and was 0-for-1 passing. Next: Friday at Landmark Christian (9-0)

*2. (2) Landmark Christian (9-0)

Last week: Beat Holy Innocents’ 22-14. Landmark struggled offensively but got touchdowns on a 38-yard interception return by QB/DB Joey Blount and a 75-yard punt return by Lofton Tidwell, who also led the team in tackles. Next: Friday vs. Eagle’s Landing Christian (9-0)

*3. (3) Prince Avenue Christian (9-0)

Last week: Beat Providence Christian 76-0. Noah Campbell had over 200 yards of total offense and scored six touchdowns, four rushing and two receiving. Josh Cartey had a pick six, and Tyler Roberts finished with four tackles for losses. Next: Friday vs. Athens Academy (8-1)

*4. (4) Wesleyan (7-2)

Last week: Beat Strong Rock Christian 66-17. Banks Ramsey was 18-of-30 passing for 323 yards and six touchdowns. Harrison Cook had 103 receiving yards and returned a punt 70 yards for a touchdown. Next: Friday vs. Fulton Leadership Academy (0-9)

*5. (5) Calvary Day (8-0)

Last week: Beat McIntosh County Academy 21-14. Nolan Smith scored on an 8-yard run with 45 seconds left to break a 14-14 tie. Smith rushed for a team-leading 62 yards. Freshman QB Thomas Carver was 6-of-9 passing for 76 yards. Jalen Leary returned an interception 26 yards for a touchdown in the third quarter. Calvary also played last Monday and beat Portal 47-14. Next: Friday vs. Savannah Christian (6-2)

*6. (6) Fellowship Christian (9-0)

Last week: Beat King’s Ridge Christian 47-0. Fellowship had 302 yards rushing with 12 ball carriers. Andrew Johnson ran for 116 yards and two touchdowns on 10 carries. Fellowship had 22 players record at least one tackle. Next: Friday at Mount Zion (9-0)

*7. (8) Tattnall Square (9-0)

Last week: Beat Stratford Academy 7-3. Ahmad Barron’s 40-yard run in the fourth quarter was the game-winner. Barron rushed for 89 yards on 11 carries. Next: Friday at Washington-Wilkes (4-5)

*8. (9) Mount Paran Christian (8-1)

Last week: Beat Mount Pisgah Christian 38-26. Mount Paran led in total yards 458-404 and had two 100-yard rushers – Chandler Webber (167) and Jack Allen (132). Next: Friday at Darlington (7-2)

*9. (10) Darlington (7-2)

Last week: Off. Next: Friday vs. Mount Paran Christian (8-1)

*10. (7) Athens Academy (8-1)

Last week: Lost to Commerce 42-30. Jacob Hudson was 14-of-22 passing for 324 yards and three touchdowns, but Athens Academy couldn’t stop Commerce’s run game, which put up more than 500 yards. Next: Friday at Prince Avenue Christian (9-0)

Class A (public)

*1. (1) Clinch County (8-1)

Last week: Beat Charlton County 38-10. Charles McClelland rushed for 250 yards and three touchdowns on 19 carries, and Clinch County won at Charlton County for the first time since 1993, ending a nine-game losing streak in Folkston. Clinch County had 10 sacks, three each by Octavius Morris and Duane Moore, according to The Clinch County News. Next: Friday vs. Telfair County (5-3)

*2. (2) Macon County (7-2)

Last week: Beat Central, Talbotton 62-0. K’hari Lane was 10-of-11 passing for 200 yards and five touchdowns – his seventh game with five TD passes. Lane has 40 TD passes on the season, 14 short of Hutson Mason’s state record. Next: Friday at Manchester (9-0)

*3. (3) Emanuel County Institute (8-0)

Last week: Off. Next: Friday vs. Jenkins County (4-4)

*4. (4) Manchester (9-0)

Last week: Beat Hawkinsville 48-7. Tre Gamble rushed for 167 yards and four touchdowns on 13 carries. Next: Friday vs. Macon County (7-2)

*5. (5) Mount Zion (9-0)

Last week: Beat Christian Heritage 41-0. Mount Zion led 408-68 in total yards and reached the nine-win mark for the second time in 61 varsity seasons, first since 1996. Next: Friday vs. Fellowship Christian (9-0)

*6. (6) Twiggs County (7-2)

Last week: Beat Wilkinson County 40-37. Twiggs County scored a touchdown and ran in a conversion in the final minute for the tie, then won in overtime. Next: Friday at Greene County (6-3)

*7. (7) McIntosh County Academy (6-2)

Last week: Lost to Calvary Day 21-14. Major Robinson was 12-of-18 passing for 140 yards, and Dustin Anderson scored on a 71-yard reverse, but Calvary won on a TD run in the final minute. MCA also played last Monday and beat Claxton 49-13. Next: Friday vs. Savannah Country Day (5-3)

*8. (8) Bowdon (6-3)

Last week: Beat North Cobb Christian 20-8. Bowdon was tied 0-0 with winless North Cobb Christian at halftime. Aaron Beasley had 151 of Bowdon’s 298 yards rushing. Next: Friday vs. Pinecrest Academy (6-3)

*9. (9) Commerce (7-2)

Last week: Beat Athens Academy 42-30. Commerce rushed for 526 yards on 73 attempts and had 28 downs without attempting a pass. Cole Chancey rushed for 206 yards on 32 carries. Lane Sorrow rushed for 194 on 27. Each scored two touchdowns. Next: Friday vs. George Walton Academy (7-2)

*10. (10) Taylor County (8-1)

Last week: Beat Greenville 41-12. Taylor County led 35-0 at halftime. Gunnar Watson was 5-of-7 passing for 175 yards, and Nuke Lucas rushed for 104 yards. Leading rusher Lyn-J Dixon did not play. Next: Friday at Brookstone (4-5)

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