Georgia Prep Football Poll The Top Ten teams in the Associated Press Georgia high school football polls of the 2012 season with first-place votes in parentheses and won-loss record, total points and position last week at right: Class AAAAAA 1. Lassiter (8) 10-0 97 2 2. Norcross (2) 10-0 91 3 3. Grayson 9-1 70 4 4. Camden County 9-1 69 1 5. North Gwinnett 9-1 58 5 6. Lowndes 9-1 ...
Commerce is back in the state playoffs for the 16th consecutive year, taking the No. 13 seed in the Georgia High School Association Class A public school tournament.
For Johnson's Cedric Harris, everything starts with leadership and drive. According to Knights coach Jason Roquemore, Harris had the drive that was contagious for all of the Knights' players this season, leading them to their first winning season since 2004 with a 40-21 win over Heritage-Catoosa last Friday night.
In the case of Gainesville's Devan Stringer, natural athletic ability and football acumen more than compensate for less-than-ideal size as an inside linebacker.
East Hall finished its season at 5-5 with a 34-0 shutout of Fannin County on Friday night in Blue Ridge.
The Johnson Knights claimed their first winning season since 2004 with a 40-21 victory over Heritage-Catoosa on Friday in Ringgold.
Jordan Degraff scored four rushing touchdowns for Chestatee in a 48-7 win over Madison County on Friday in Danielsville, leading the War Eagles to their best finish in school history with an 8-2 overall record and a 6-1 record in Region 8-AAAA.
Said Riverside Military Academy coach Gary Downs: "From my first day here, I knew that we had athletes, but we haven't been able to put all of the parts together. Until now."
FLOWERY BRANCH - Flowery Branch has made a habit out of second-half comebacks this season.
The coldest person in Oakwood on Friday night might have been Dawson County Coach Jeff Lee after his players doused him with a very cold Gatorade bucket.
BUFORD - There's no debating the fact Buford is headed into the postseason with a heap of momentum, even without a region championship.
Towns County earned its third win of the season, defeating Hebron Christian 28-13 on Friday night in Hiawassee.
Jefferson tuned up for next week's state playoffs with a 42-7 win over Union County on Friday In Jefferson.
Jackson County finished its regular season at 6-4 after a 44-28 loss to Morgan County on Friday in Madison.
Commerce fell to Pinecrest Academy 31-21 on Friday in Cumming. Commerce now awaits its playoff fate as its eligibility will be determined by GHSA power ratings that will be released at the beginning of next week. The Tigers generated 438 total yards of offense in the game, and Terrick Ramsey had 174 yards and 18 and 42-yard touchdowns on 23 carries. Commerce scored late in the game on a 3-yard pass from Daniel Streetman to Jamir ...