SNELLVILLE - Prior to its homecoming game against Meadowcreek, Brookwood cheerleaders displayed a sign that read, "We'll make you see stars."
Whether or not the Mustangs (0-6, 0-3, 8-AAAAA) saw stars is debatable, but they did see plenty of Brookwood running back Kenny Miles, who ran over, by and through the Meadowcreek defense in Brookwood's 74-22 win over Meadowcreek at Brookwood Community Stadium.
Miles, the county's leading rusher, compiled 234 rushing yards on 10 carries and scored five times as Brookwood (4-2, 3-0 8-AAAAA) turned a first quarter score into a laugher by halftime.
"Obviously we played well on offense." Brookwood head coach Mark Crews said. "We struggled a little on defense ... the game kind of got away from them I think."
After Miles and quarterback Terrence Davis scored on touchdown runs to give the Broncos a 14-0 lead, Meadowcreek responded with a 20-yard scoring pass to Daronte Smith to cut the Broncos' lead to 14-7.
However, that would be as good as it would get for Meadowcreek.
Miles would score with a quick 12-yard run to extend the lead to 14, and Davis would get another rushing score on a naked bootleg that fooled all 11 Meadowcreek defenders for a 13-yard score.
Meadowcreek started the ensuing possession at its own 20 and drove 79 yards to the Brookwood 1-yard line.
But after it stuffed the Mustangs on a fourth-and-goal attempt at the 1, Brookwood would watch Miles run into the history books.
On the first play of its drive, Miles hit the hole on the right side and ran untouched into the end zone for a 99-yard touchdown run - the longest play from scrimmage in school history.
"We were focused and determined the offensive line made some blocks and we had a good game." Miles said.
Miles then scored on two of his next three carries from 47 and 28 yards out as the Broncos put up 46 points in the second quarter to put the Mustangs in a 60-7 hole at halftime.
With the game already decided and Miles on the sidelines, the Broncos had nothing to play for except a spot in the school record books.
Reserve running back Julian Suber scored on a 13 yard run to give the Broncos a record 66 points - topping the 63 points the school put up against Berkmar in 2005.
Martrez Ogletree then scored on a 53-yard run to give the Broncos the official record of 74 points after the PAT.
With his 234 yards, Miles extended his personal streak of 200-yard rushing games to five. Kicker Zach Simmons even got in on the action setting the school record for most consecutive PATs made in a game with 10.
"We won but we certainly did not want to embarrass anybody. They helped us so much with fumbles and safeties." Crews said.
The Mustangs have now lost 38 consecutive games dating back to 2003. The streak lives on thanks to a star named Miles who seemed to run for miles all night long.
-Brookwood: Kenny Miles 5 run (Zach Simmons kick) 7:06
-Brookwood: Terrence Davis 31 run (Simmons kick) 5:49
-Meadowcreek: Daronte Smith 20 pass from Sean Frezell (Mehic Mirzet kick)
-Brookwood: Miles 12 run (Simmons kick) 11:19
-Brookwood: Davis 13 run (Simmons kick) 10:28
-Brookwood: Miles 99 run (Simmons kick) 7:03
-Brookwood: Miles 47 run (Simmons kick) 6:17
-Brookwood: Safety 5:11
-Brookwood: Miles 28 run (Simmons kick) 3:21
-Brookwood: Safety 3:14
-Brookwood: Eric Griffin 60 kickoff return (Simmons kick) 3:01
-Brookwood: Julian Suber 13 run (Simmons kick) 8:37
-Brookwood: Martrez Ogletree 53 run (Simmons kick) 4:39
-Meadowcreek: Frezell 4 run (Mirzet kick) 9:33
-Meadowcreek: Jeremy Pryor 3 run (Derek Shipley pass from Frezell) 0:16