Other Top Games Week 9 Scores/Results
Cartersville 35, Sandy Creek 21
How the game was won: Cartersville slipped past Sandy Creek in the second half after a 21-14 halftime lead behind the legs of Trey Creamer. Creamer scored two third quarter rushing touchdowns to give the Canes the separation they needed to remain undefeated.
Top Performers: Trevor Lawrence threw three first half touchdown passes to EJ Turner (6), Avery Showell (13) and JKobe Orr (18). Sandy Creek countered with a pair Bryant Walker touchdown tosses to Kaleb Slaughter to keep the Patriots within striking distance at the half. Trey Creamer’s 14 and 9-yard touchdown runs in the third pushed the Hurricanes to a 35-14 lead entering the fourth before Jaelen Greene scored on a 2-yard run.
Fitzgerald 42, Berrien 0
Dalton 49, Sequoyah 21
How the game was won: The Catamounts jumped on Sequoyah early and never gave the home standing Chiefs a hope of winning, putting them in a quick 28-0 hole. Ahmad Tanner and Keith Adams overwhelmed Sequoyah on the ground, combining for five rushing touchdowns.
Top Performers: JP Tighe hit Kyric McGowan on a 33-yard touchdown pass on a quick three-play 56-yard drive to open up the scoring and later hit McGowan on a 9-yard touchdown in the second quarter. Ahmad Tanner scored on runs of seven, nine and 39 yards, all in the first half. Adams punched in an 8-yard score and a second half plunge.
How the game was won: Prince Avenue ripped of 27-straight points after Hebron Christian took a 3-0 lead on a field goal with 2:18 left in the first quarter. The Wolverines scored nearly every way imaginable, using a kick return, punt return, fumble recovery and touchdown run to gain a commanding first half lead.
Top Performers: Thomas Huff scored on runs of one and five yards. Tyler Roberts returned a kick 70 yards and Christian Parrish took a punt back 55 yards. Collin Sweet returned a fumble 20 yards for a touchdown. Noah Campbell and Nick Brown scored on touchdown runs of seven and five yards, respectively.
Stratford Academy 28, First Presbyterian Day 0
How the game was won: After falling out of the Top 10 in Class A-Private, Stratford Academy made a statement by shutting out No. 8 First Presbyterian Day. Tyler Jordan powered the offense with all four touchdowns for the Eagles.
Top Performers: Tyler Jordan supplied the only offense of the game, scoring on touchdown runs of 21, 10, 11 and 15 yards.
Colquitt County 56, Camden County 10
Houston County at Coffee
Jefferson at North Oconee
Twiggs County at Tattnall Square