CLEVELAND - Ashely Lowery is a quick-thinking athlete on the football field.
OAKWOOD - As much as it might hurt to do, the Johnson High Knights should probably send a thank you to West Hall, their crosstown rivals.
The Gainesville High football team moved up one spot to No. 6 in Class AAA in the latest Associated Press Georgia Prep Football Poll, released Tuesday.
OAKWOOD - Last Friday night was senior night at Johnson High as the football team played host to Oconee County, but it was a sophomore that stepped into the spotlight and led the Knights to a 40-27 win.
The decision to play a nonregion schedule wasn't easy for Lakeview Academy football coach Matthew Gruhn, but after seven games, it seems to be the right move.
Austin Brown threw for 257 yards and four touchdowns to lead Class AAAA's sixth-ranked Falcons (8-0, 8-0 Region 8-AAAA) to a 42-21 road win Friday over Loganville.
North Hall rallied to defeat Franklin County 20-14 on Friday night in Carnesville.
Dawson County had a plan entering Friday night's game against East Hall: contain the area's leading rusher in the Vikings' Jamond Witt.
JEFFERSON - It had been 25 years since Jefferson and Jackson County faced off in football, but the Jefferson offense made sure that the third meeting between the two wouldn't be a memorable one.
OAKWOOD - Cedric Harris and Joey Brooks stole the show on Senior Night as Johnson High defeated Oconee County 40-27 on Friday night at Billy Ellis Memorial Stadium.
OAKWOOD - Despite six turnovers and nine penalties, Monroe Area showed resiliency, found a way to win and made a big stride toward clinching a playoff berth.
DAHLONEGA -- Stephens County rushed for 255 yards and got a 97-yard kickoff return from Cassadine Blassingame to post an impressive and critical 35-24 win over host Lumpkin County on Friday night.
Led by Jesse Wright's four rushing touchdowns, Union County beat Rabun County 38-14 on Friday night in Tiger.
Start with Devon Pierce, add some Markece Robertson, and just for fun, top it off with a little Ray-Ray Thomas. What does that equal? A rushing recipe for success.
Led by a defense that allowed only 77 total yards (50 rushing, 27 passing), Lakeview Academy defeated Georgia Military 31-0 Friday in Milledgeville.
East Hall battled its way to a 20-13 win over Wesleyan in the season opener on Friday in Peachtree Corners.