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Parkview 16, Chattahoochee 7

JOHNS CREEK - Parkview lost a tough season opener last week. Jay Davis and Kalik Barnes would not let the team go 0-2.

Big bats key Bronco sweep

SUWANEE - Earlier in the regular season, Collins Hill defeated Brookwood in a low-scoring affair.

Milton knocks out Knights

ALPHARETTA - Central Gwinnett had a chance to advance to the Elite Eight of the state playoffs with a win over Milton, but the Black Knights were simply blacked out.

Dacula 28, Meadowcreek 3

DACULA - With a playoff spot already clinched, Dacula picked up some momentum before the start of the postseason on Friday night, defeating Meadowcreek 28-3 with a stingy defense and a decent night on offense.

Collins Hill 31, South Forsyth 28

SUWANEE - Collins Hill running back Charles Perkins was a Halloween nightmare for the South Forsyth defense, but the leg of kicker Craig Tanguay was the final nail in the coffin as the Eagles edged South Forsyth 31-28 on Friday.

Grayson 28, Berkmar 7

LILBURN - For the Grayson Rams, an 8-0 start was just 48 minutes away as it visited the Berkmar Patriots on Friday night in Lilburn.

Berkmar 20, Shiloh 17

SNELLVILLE - Special teams play is usually an overlooked aspect of a football game, but for Berkmar it was nothing short of spectacular as it propelled the Patriots to a 20-17 win over host Shiloh on Friday night.

Holy Innocents' 7, Wesleyan 6

NORCROSS - Sometimes history repeats itself for the same people who created the moment. Following a tough defensive struggle last season between Holy Innocents' and Wesleyan, both teams again engaged in a low scoring affair Friday night.

Apalachee 7, Cedar Shoals 0

WINDER - Apalachee is adjusting to life in Class AAAA just fine.

Shiloh 21, Duluth 6

DULUTH - With the start of a new season came high expectations for the Shiloh Generals and they were met with a dominant first half effort in its 21-6 win over Duluth on Friday night.

Spartans score plenty; split with N. Oconee

BOGART - After the first two games of the Class AA state baseball playoffs, it was apparent that Greater Atlanta Christian brought its bats to its opening round series against North Oconee.

Dacula takes second at 8-AAAA meet

Loganville - Falcons are predators that fly through the air, but the Falcons of Dacula High School did their damage on the track.

Norcross falls short against Etowah

NORCROSS - After his team's first round playoff game against Etowah, Norcross coach Chris Bess told his players he thought they were the better team.

Lions not to be denied

WINDER - Not even pouring rain and the threat of gale force wind could slow down the Peachtree Ridge golf team and the Lions dominated the field during the 2008 Gwinnett Open in Winder.

Buford relies on defense to advance to Elite Eight

MACON - After a lengthy trip in Round 1 of the state basketball playoffs, the Buford girls hit the road again in Round 2.

Patriots survive to beat Northview Berkmar led by Towns' 14 points

DULUTH - Following a shaky first quarter, the Berkmar girls basketball seemed to be headed for an early exit from the state playoffs.

Spartans' pressure leads to 82-58 victory

Norcross - The saying goes, "Pressure busts pipes." For Greater Atlanta Christian, pressure caused an explosion.

Dacula finishes 3rd; qualifies 14 to state

WINDER - Following a solid season, Dacula wrestling took another step forward on Saturday.

Madison County 27, Winder-Barrow 6

DANIELSVILLE - Mistakes are part of any football game, but sometimes they can actually be the game.

Brookwood 74, Meadowcreek 22

SNELLVILLE - Prior to its homecoming game against Meadowcreek, Brookwood cheerleaders displayed a sign that read, "We'll make you see stars."

WESLEYAN 28, AVONDALE 20

NORCROSS - It takes four quarters to win a football game and Wesleyan used all of it, including a late game defensive stand, to secure a 28-20 victory over Avondale.

Dacula 42, Rockdale 6

DACULA - Prior to its game against Dacula, Rockdale County put a hole through a banner on its way to the field. Holes were hard to find after that.

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