At the end of Week 3 the Hall County football players have created the following power ratings. As the season goes on, I take into consideration the following criteria: 1) head to head competitions; 2) win/loss record; 3) ratio of points scored vs. points allowed; 4) opponents win/loss percentage. This week I rated the teams on the ratio of points scored against points allowed.
September 22, 2008|
By Chuck Clausen
For The Times
Chestatee High running back Ben Souther has big shoes to fill, if tradition holds steady in the War Eagle football program. Playing in an option-based offense, the War Eagles' running backs will get plenty of chances to show what they can do with the ball.
Souther, a junior, looks to become the third installment in Chestatee's history of successful running backs.
ATLANTA - After losing to Class AAAAA No. 3 Northside-Warner Robins, Class AAA Carver-Columbus drops to No. 2 and makes way for Cairo to top the poll in this week's Associated Press high school football poll.
September 20, 2008|
The Associated Press
I think it's safe to say that Gainesville High has the most exciting football team in Region 7-AAA to watch this season. The Red Elephants (3-0) have the most electrifying athletes, most dangerous quarterback and best defensive production - this side of Buford.
JEFFERSON - After opening the season with impressive wins over its rival and in the region opener last week, Jefferson made an even bigger statement in its home opener against Region 8-AA defending champ Fannin County in a Week 3 showdown of two undefeated squads.
The Jefferson High softball team won one of four games played in the Oconee County tournament Friday and Saturday in Watkinsville. The Dragons earned their only win against Jackson County 8-0 on Saturday.
September 17, 2008|
From staff reports