If the message wasn't received when they knocked off playoff contender Eastside 57-56 in double overtime last week, you can bet that it was heard loud and clear Friday.
Chestatee scored three touchdowns in the fourth quarter to hand No. 5-ranked Stephens County its first loss of the season in a 24-20 win on Friday in Toccoa.
DAWSONVILLE - The first half of Friday's game in Dawsonville played out pretty close to perfection for North Hall.
Lumpkin County slipped past Walnut Grove 13-12 on Friday night in Loganville.
Buford started with a 88-yard kickoff return by Sean Reynolds in the first quarter and never looked back in a 63-0 shutout win over Banks County on Friday in Homer.
White County went into Friday night's game against East Hall looking to exceed its win total from 2011.
On a night where it looked early on that Athens Academy would run away with a win, the Lakeview Lions stuck together but came up short, 21-6, at Jock Horner Field.
JEFFERSON - On Friday night at Panthers Stadium, two-high powered offenses met two high-powered defenses, leading to the age-old adage "something's gotta give."
The Gainesville coaching staff had a plan as to how to defeat Region 8-AAAAA opponent Heritage and its third-ranked defense Friday night.
CONYERS - Jackson McDonald threw for three touchdowns and ran for two more as Flowery Branch defeated Salem 35-16 on the road Friday night.
The North Georgia Christian Chargers defeated the visiting Philadelphia Christian Saints 34-6 at Riverside Field on Friday night in Gainesville.
OAKWOOD -Trevor Stone ran for two touchdowns and threw for three more to Noah O'Neal as Fannin County earned its first victory Friday with a 31-8 victory over West Hall.
Habersham Central was unable to stay in a close race with Peachtree Ridge as the Lions defeated the Raiders 30-7 on Friday in Mount Airy.
Washington-Wilkes shut out the Union County Panthers 36-0 on Friday in Blairsville.
Commerce fell to George Walton Academy 26-14 on Friday night in Monroe.
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TD Roof still remembers getting off the bus at the Georgia Dome four years ago, just before Buford captured a state championship against Washington County.
T.D. Roof spoke for the entire Buford football program when he said last year's state championship loss left a bad taste in their ...
No. 4 Jefferson at No. 2 Thomson
Tom Riden Stadium has been good to Jess Simpson and Buford in the last 12 years, to say the very least.
The Buford Wolves are made for the playoffs as 11 state titles since 2001 would attest. That experience helped them against a game Carrollton Trojans ...
Jefferson scored a late fourth-quarter touchdown to beat Cairo 17-13 in the quarterfinal round of the Class AAAA playoffs Friday in Cairo.
It's been months since No. 2 Buford has been challenged. However, No. 3 Carrollton (11-1) has its full attention.
No. 4 Jefferson at Cairo
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