Top performances from Week 2: Lovett’s Tindall ‘making play after play’

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Lovett coach Mike Muschamp calls quarterback Brady Tindall a grinder – a player who plays hard and lacks flash.

His numbers were flashy last week, though. He had 314 yards passing and rushing, had a hand in four touchdowns and scored the winning conversion in overtime against Marist.

“I don’t think there was a special play that he made that anyone would call electrifying,” Muschamp said. “Brady was just steady, making play after play. Converting the two-point play to win the game was a fitting end to his day. Again, not electrifying, just a 3-yard run. But it was a huge run in that it got us a win.”

Tindall, a two-year starter at quarterback and also a starter on Lovett’s state-championship baseball team, is among the top individual performers for Week 2.

Top five

*Brantley County QB Mikel Collins rushed for 259 yards and two touchdowns, passed for 71 yards and returned a touchdown 90 yards for a touchdown in a 32-29 victory over Charlton County. Collins threw a 9-yard TD pass for the game-winner with 19 seconds left. Brantley had lost 22 consecutive games to Charlton.

*Griffin QB Tylan Moton was 27-of-34 passing for 324 yards and a touchdown in a 53-50 victory over Spalding.

*Houston County QB Jake Fromm was 27-of-38 passing for 454 yards and four touchdowns in a 49-31 victory over Peach County.

*Liberty County DB/WR Richard LeCounte had three receptions for 71 yards and two touchdowns and returned a punt and a kickoff for touchdowns, both 75 yards, in a 53-13 victory over Bradwell Institute. He had six tackles.

*Lovett QB Brady Tindall scored his team’s two touchdowns in regulation, passed for two touchdowns in overtime and then scored the winning conversation in a 29-28 victory over Marist. Tindall was 23-of-34 passing for 253 yards, and he rushed for 61 yards on 20 carries.

Best of the rest

*Alexander WR Justin Hall had 10 catches for 126 yards and two touchdowns in a 21-13 victory over Allatoona. Hall had 185 all-purpose yards.

*Arabia Mountain LB Terray Bryant had 12 tackles, recovered three fumbles and forced two in a 34-0 victory over M.L. King, an opponent that the Rams had never beaten. Arabia Mountain has not allowed a point in the first 2-0 start in school history.

*Archer RB Keegan Strickland rushed for 178 yards and a touchdown on 27 carries in a 20-19 victory over Peachtree Ridge.

*Brookwood QB Angelo DiSpigna was 13-of-14 passing for 225 yards and two touchdowns in a 40-13 victory over Walton.

*Carver (Atlanta) RB Quintin Gates rushed for 182 yards and a touchdown on 12 carries, scored on a punt return and had 270 all-purpose yards in a 36-7 victory over Tri-Cities.

*Chattooga RB Tyler Griffin rushed for 266 yards and two touchdowns on 25 carries in a 49-7 win over Cedar Bluff, which entered ranked No. 2 in Alabama’s Class 1A. Griffin, subbing for injured all-state RB Isaiah Foster, scored on runs of 1, 2 and 57 yards.

*Clinch County QB Charles McClelland rushed for 249 yards and two touchdowns on 21 carries and threw a 23-yard TD pass in a 32-7 victory over McIntosh County Academy.

*Cook RB Brandon Doe rushed for 206 yards and scored on runs of 90 yards from the TB position and 55 yards as a Wildcat QB in a 56-14 loss to Class AAAAAAA Tift County. Doe has eclipsed 190 yards rushing in each of his first two games.

*Eastside WR Josh Sims had nine receptions for 128 yards and three touchdowns in a 41-41 tie with Newton. DB Davin Griffieth forced three fumbles.

*Fellowship Christian WR Ryan Reid had five catches for 165 yards and a touchdown in a 14-7 upset of Mount Paran Christian.

*Georgia Military RB Alex Easley returned the opening kickoff 94 yards for a touchdown and then rushed five times for 135 yards and another TD in a 41-20 victory over Wheeler County.

*Gilmer senior receiver Griffin Cagle had seven receptions for 183 yards, which included touchdown catches of 51 and 80 yards, in the Bobcats’ 36-16 loss to Union County.

*Grady TE/DL Kemari Averett had four catches for 63 yards, five tackles (three for losses) and two batted balls in a 14-10 victory over Woodward Academy.

*Greene County RB Devin Wynn rushed for 168 yards on 22 carries and scored both of his team’s touchdowns in a 13-12 victory over arch-rival Morgan County. Wynn also had seven tackles and a forced fumble on defense. Greene County hadn’t beaten Morgan County in 10 years, going 0-7.

*Griffin RB Santos Dunn rushed for 174 yards and four touchdowns on 28 carries in a 53-50 victory over Spalding.

*Harrison LB C.J. Turner had 20 tackles and two fumble recoveries, the second leading to the winning drive in the fourth quarter of a 22-20 victory over Rome.

*Jones County PK/P Josh Skinner had seven touchbacks on eight kickoffs, was 4-for-4 on extra points, made a 35-yard field goal and averaged 38 yards punting in a 43-21 victory over Washington County.

*Lee County DB Otis Smart had eight tackles, two for losses, two sacks, two passes broken up and a blocked kick in a 29-12 victory over Bainbridge.

*Locust Grove CB Joah Curry intercepted three passes, returning one for a touchdown, in a 44-21 victory over Warner Robins. He also had seven tackles, five solo, and four pass breakups.

*Marietta WR Ramel Keyton had eight receptions for 189 yards and a touchdown in a 25-14 loss to Blessed Trinity.

*Marist FB Michael Addicks rushed for 188 yards and three touchdowns on 32 carries in a 29-28 loss to Lovett.

*Meadowcreek MLB/RET Qu’vella Calhoun had nine tackles and returned a kickoff 77 yards and two punts 57 yards in a 28-15 loss to Alcovy.

*Mountain View RB Jasen Johnson rushed for 145 yards and two touchdowns on 20 carries in a 28-24 victory over Lambert. Mountain View, which started football in 2009, is off to its first 2-0 start against a full varsity schedule.

*Newton WR J.J. Holloman had seven catches for 143 yards and a touchdown and scored two conversions in a 41-41 tie with Eastside.

*North Cobb WR Drew Tejchman had six catches for 186 yards and a touchdown in a 24-20 victory over Etowah.

*North Hall RB Kyle Baccus rushed for 228 yards and all three of his team’s touchdowns on 20 carries in a 21-20 victory over Flowery Branch.

*Ola LB Andrew Curry had 10 solo tackles, eight assists, two stops for losses, a sack and a forced fumble in a 20-19 victory over Dutchtown. Ola is 2-0 for the first time in school history.

*Our Lady of Mercy LB Tyler Hill had 10 tackles – four for losses – and five QB pressures in a 30-7 victory over Bulloch Academy. Hill has five sacks this season and is the leader of a defense that has forced 11 turnovers in its first two games.

*Pope RB Jordan Hobbs rushed for 124 yards and a touchdown on 12 carries in a 42-21 loss to Lassiter.

*Stockbridge RB Jalen Holston rushed for 218 yards on 18 carries and scored two touchdowns, one an 89-yarder that tied the score 28-28, in a 35-34 victory over Mays.

*Thomson SS Zack Johnson had 12 tackles, two for losses, two on special teams, and graded 94 percent in a 35-21 victory over Effingham County.

*Valdosta QB Josh Belton passed for 240 yards, rushed for 96 and had a hand in five touchdowns in a 51-12 victory over Woodland of Stockbridge.

*Westminster’s Truman Jones had 13 tackles, four for losses totaling 18 yards, and a sack in a 19-16 loss to Greater Atlanta Christian.

*Winder-Barrow QB Brock Landis completed 14 of 20 passes for 207 yards and four touchdowns in a 41-7 victory over Walnut Grove. Landis also scored a touchdown.

Lines of distinction

*Columbus‘s line of RG William Nana-Fabu, RT Tyrese Uzzell, C Bayard Taylor, LG Marvin Crumbs and LT Blake Tew helped the Blue Devils put up 568 yards in total offense – 453 rushing – in a 62-21 victory over Jordan. Ty Lucus profited the most as he rushed for 131 yards and two touchdowns on seven carries.

*Grady’s line of RT Jaelin Whitt, RG Caleb Shaw, C Seth Wolfe, LGChris Bowdon, LT Brandon Kemp, TE Kemari Averett and TE John Peace opened holes for 308 yards rushing and two touchdowns on 40 carries (7.7 yards per attempt) in a 14-10 upset of Woodward Academy. The group allowed only one sack and committed one penalty in the victory over previously No. 2-ranked Woodward Academy of Class AAAA. QB Caylin Newton rushed for 207 yards.

*Savannah Christian‘s line of T Zach Quinney, G Barrett McDonald, C Dylan McMahon, G Chris Harmon and T Ashton Reese paved the way for 415 rushing yards, 457 total, in a 46-31 victory over New Hampstead. FB A.J. Davis had 216 yards rushing and four touchdowns on 31 carries, and QB Jordan Grant had 187 yards rushing and one touchdown.

*Trion‘s line of LT Kace Roach, LG Matt McWhorter, C Aiden Brock, RG Jackson Walters, RT Wade Harris, T Braxden Peace and TE Colton Duncan paved the way for 313 yards rushing and no sacks in a 43-20 victory over LaFayette. Trion scored on its first six possessions before letting in the young guys. Most thankful for the effort was Jarrett Pierce, who rushed for 176 yards on nine carries.

*Whitewater‘s line of LT Andre Prinsloo, LG Sal Padovano, C Reuben Prinsloo, RG Zach Outhavong and RT Jake Burns cleared the way for 473 yards rushing – an average of 12 yards per play – in a 60-28 victory over Union Grove. Musa Ali and Isaiah Montgomery combined for 257 yards rushing and four touchdowns on 15 carries.

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