St. Frances is ranked 4th in the nation by USA Today.They’ve been so dominant, multiple schools in Maryland put out statements refusing to play them.The only statement the undefeated, back to back state champs plan to make will be delivered on the field Saturday evening. but here’s a preview.
The final 6 games, McDowell scored 13 times en route to a Bainbridge 5A State championship.It ended a title drought that lasted 36 years, a title drought that lasted about a year longer than his mother’s life.
The last two wins at Buford and Stockbridge were sparked by game-breaking kick returns from sophomore Caleb McDowell, including this one off the lateral to give the Bearcats the lead with a minute and change to go.
Everything from state championship titles to a shot at making it to the Mercedes Benz Stadium are on the line as teams head into the fourth round of playoffs. Teams will either bring it to the gridiron and leave it all on the field or go home empty handed.
With a bid to the state title game on the line, Terrell Academy trailed Burke Academy by 4 points.That’s when Blaine Grace scored a game-winning touchdown with a minute to go, earning the Albany-Area player of the week.
Every time the Terrell Academy Eagles have found themselves in the state finals with Bill Murdock at the main headset, it’s ended with the Eagles being crowned champions.But the last time the Eagles were in the Finals, was back in 2009.
Tiftarea is one win away from a GISA State championship appearance, and defense is what they're thankful for.The unit is giving up just over 7 points per game, and they have an average margin of victory of well over 30.
It’s not just the Wildcats in search of a state title either, it’s also the Lowndes Vikings who are in the hunt for another state title.Randy McPhearson already has three, but the last one was back in 2007.
The Irwin County Indians have been on a tear this season, finding their first 11-0 record, since their 1975 state championship year.Coincidence? It could be, but that isn’t the only thing Irwin County has accomplished this season.
High school football teams are four wins away from a state title, but just one loss away from elimination. It’s Round 2 of the state playoffs. There are 16 teams left in each classification in the GHSA, and we’re down to just eight in the GISA.
Lee County has been so dominant this football season, individual players haven’t put up gaudy stat lines.That reigned true in round one of the postseason, but Daveon Sanders was still a major key to the team advancing.
The Tift County Blue Devils entered the 7-A playoffs as the number 4 seed, knowing it would be a tough task to take down the #1 seeded Roswell Hornets.The Blue Devils didn’t just defeat the Hornets, they handed them their worst loss of the season and that’s why we had to make them our Team of the W
South Georgia dominated in round one of the GHSA playoffs with two upsets over 1-seeds and 13 total wins. Area teams also went undefeated in the GISA, leaving plenty football to be played on the third weekend of November.
The Georgia high School Association and Georgia Independent School Association both start postseason play Friday, November 9th.Here are the pairings involving South Georgia football programs for Round 1.
The last two years it been between the Mitchell County Eagles and the Pelham Hornets on who will be crowded region 1 single A champs.Now, this year is an even bigger deal, as both teams are heading into this game 8-0 in the region and that’s why we had to make this our WALB Game of the Week.
It was only a matter of time before the reigning Albany-Area offensive player of the year took home his first Albany-Area player of the week.Mitchell County’s James Thomas was the standout athlete from this past weekend.
Teams are playing the most important games of the regular season as now all area teams are in region play, competing for playoff spots. Hurricane Michael impacted many of the schedules, here are the games that survived for week 10.
Hurricane Michael struck on Wednesday night leaving most of these players and coaches that haven’t been able to practice since Tuesday without power, some even still without water, but come Saturday none will be without football