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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