Broncos score eight first-half touchdowns on only 18 offensive plays in regular-season finale
Senior catches 73rd pass of season, defense and running game finish off win
Wise and Martin lead ground game; Ogletree picks off three passes
Brookwood has a script for winning football: run the ball, play stout defense and capitalize on its opponent's mistakes. The Broncos delivered on every line of the script Friday night, defeating Shiloh 31-0 at Shiloh Community Stadium.
SNELLVILLE -- Using a balanced attack to move the ball with ease and score five first-half touchdowns, South Gwinnett kept its slim Region 8-AAAAA playoff hopes alive with a 49-17 victory over Berkmar Friday night at Richard Snell Community Stadium.
Boyd's long TD run starts big night for running back
SNELLVILLE -- On Grayson's first three possessions, a stingy Shiloh defense forced the Rams to punt, turn the ball over on downs and cough up a fumble. Grayson quarterback Nick Schuessler responded with one of his best games of the year, throwing three touchdown passes and running for another, and No. 3 ranked Grayson defeated the Generals 42-14 at Shiloh Community Stadium.
QB accounts for four TDs as Rams remain unbeaten with 42-14 victory
SNELLVILLE -- Dacula made it look easy Friday night at Shiloh Community Stadium, using a balanced offensive attack to roll up 382 yards while a stingy defense held the Generals scoreless en route to a 25-0 victory and its second straight Region 8-AAAAA win.
Falcons remain on top of the region
SNELLVILLE -- For the first time in years, Shiloh has a game breaker -- and his name is Donald Clark.. Down 13-0 just before halftime, and trailing 19-7 in the third period, Clark made three plays that changed the game's outcome and Shiloh shocked host South Gwinnett 28-19 Friday at
SNELLVILLE -- After nearly squandering a 17-point, fourth-quarter lead, South Gwinnett snuffed out Etowah's final drive as time ran out to capture a dramatic 31-28 win Friday night in the program's first home playoff game since 2003.
SNELLVILLE - Dipping, darting and dancing through the defense, Ean Pemberton did it all Friday night.