Scoring and turnovers were the name of the game Friday at East Hall Stadium.
DAWSONVILLE - Chestatee's defense returned four of its five interceptions for touchdowns in a 55-7 rout of host Dawson County on Friday at Tiger Stadium.
The West Hall football team lost in Toccoa to Stephens County 45-17 on Friday night.
COMMERCE - Brion Youngs made sure the first-ever meeting between East Jackson and Jackson County wasn't a close one.
WATKINSVILLE - With touchdowns to end the first half and start the second, White County was able to quiet a homecoming crowd at Warrior Stadium to beat Oconee County 28-14 on Friday.
Alex Ross threw for 199 yards and three touchdowns on Friday night to lead No. 2 Buford to a 33-6 win over Therrell at Tom Riden Stadium.
North Carolina teams proved to be inhospitable hosts to two Northeast Georgia football teams Friday night.
Kevin Ellison had both touchdowns for Habersham Central in a 38-14 Region-8AAAA loss to Clarke Central on Friday in Mount Airy.
Cody Streetman had five touchdowns and 165 yards rushing on 31 carries Friday to lead Commerce to a 41-34 win over Washington-Wilkes in Washington.
Dylan Lackey ran for 123 yards and three touchdowns to lead Banks County to a 28-20 win Friday over Athens Christian.
Flowery Branch at Cedar Shoals
For as long as the series between Gainesville and North Hall has been in existence, the week leading up to the game has been filled with hype, pranks and good, old-fashioned trash talk.
The football schedule just got heavier for Region 8-AA.
Respect is not a word used very often to describe any aspect of the rivalry between North Hall and Gainesville. Except when you talk to the two head coaches, who despite the hatred between the two schools, have an admiration for one another.
After defeating defending 8-AAAA champion Apalachee 52-35 at Falcon Field last Friday, Flowery Branch (3-0) made its debut in this week's AP Class AAAA top 10 poll, taking the Wildcats' former spot at No. 8.