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Before fourth-down plays, Isaiah Rowe drops into his stance and visualizes himself blocking punts with a blend of technique, speed, hustle and strength. Now it won't just be a confident view of his potential, but also a reminder of something he's already done.
Wes McCard/The Thomaston TimesUpson Lee running back Kenderius Pennyman stiff arms a Raider on his way to a first down. Pennyman finished with 130 yards rushing on 22 carries, including three touchdowns.
Knights' senior Coleman Dumas sacks the Northeast quarterback. Dumas also recorded his second interception of the season in the game.
For the first two weeks of the 2014 football season, Clarke Central's Jaqua Daniels had been slowed by nagging shoulder and hamstring injuries. But in the Gladiators' Region 8-AAAAA game against Cedar Shoals this past weekend, Daniels was finally unleashed.
Georgia could be without second-leading rusher Nick Chubb for Saturday's game against Troy, but coach Mark Richt isn't ruling him out. "He played with it," Richt said of Saturday's game Chubb rushed for 34 yards on four carries in the Bulldogs' 38-35 loss to South Carolina.
Northview's Matty Biondich stood back to punt on 4th-and-16 from his own 40 with the Titans leading North Forsyth 49-0 and less than four minutes remaining in the game. Instead of kicking it back to the Raiders, Biondich took off and ran 17 yards for a Northview first down.
Shaun Diebel, Forsyth Central: The junior running back rushed for 115 yards and a touchdown on 22 carries in the Bulldogs' loss to Cass. Ryan Guthrie, West Forsyth: The senior linebacker had 13 tackles including three tackles for loss in the Wolverines' win at Chattahoochee.
Liberty County defensive back Richard LeCounte goes up to stop Benedictine receiver Brad Stewart on Friday night at Donell Woods Stadium. Changing regions came at a cost for Liberty County High School.
The Long County High School football team charges onto the field Friday in Ludowici. The Blue Tide beat Metter, 28-20.
Bradwell linebacker Isiah Barnes lays a hit on Wildcat running back Ronnie Harris in Friday's 28-7 loss at home in a Region 3-AAAAA contest. Richmond Hill walked into Olvey Field and handed Bradwell Institute a 28-7 Region 3-AAAAA loss Friday.
As we reach mid-September, we are getting into the heart of our division schedules. This is when we need to our athletes to reach down deep and continue to work hard in order to achieve our goal, a division championship.
It is great to hear that Upson-Lee defensive tackle David Marshall has received a number of college scholarship offers from Division-1 college football teams. Although he is just a junior, David has obviously made a very positive impression on recruiters from schools like Ole Miss, Alabama, and Auburn.
Allatoona has long been known for its run-based offense, with Russell Halimon, right, and the returning Josh Bettistea carrying the load this season.
With quarterback Will Smith under center, the Troup offense gets ready to run a play during the first half of Friday's game against Harris County.Kevin Eckleberry With quarterback Will Smith under center, the Troup offense gets ready to run a play during the first half of Friday's game against Harris County.Kevin Eckleberry Trailing 28-21 against ... (more)
The timing of this week's bye may differ for East Coweta and Newnan football teams, who have taken opposite roads through the start of the 2014 season following three non-region games. The Indians are on a roll following three consecutive wins, capped off by Friday's 17-14 nailbiter over Whitewater in what may have been East Coweta's most complete effort yet.
Central Christian's stay in Prattville, Ala. for Friday night's football game was a lot longer than the Crusaders anticipated.
That's because nearly five hours after arriving in Stockbridge, and sitting through a two-hour weather delay with enough lighting to force school off icials to send players scrambling to the locker room and spectators away from the metal bleachers, the two teams finally finished their 4-AAAAA crossover game as the clock zeroed in on midnight. Unfortunately, for the Northgate , it came out on the wrong end of the scoreboard, losing to the Wolfpack 23-14.
Updated: Tue Sep 16, 2014 07:21 am
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