Top-ranked Wolves continue to cruise in Region 8-AAAA play
Josh Currie stuffed in a game-tying rebound with only 2:12 left in regulation sending the second of three consecutive games between Gwinnett and Evansville to overtime and eventually a shootout where the Gladiators fell 2-1 on Friday.
After a nine-goal game between the two teams Thursday night, the Gwinnett Gladiators were shut out 3-0 by the Florida Everblades on Friday.
Walnut Grove vs. Lanier high school football
East Hall vs. Buford high school football
Hapeville Charter vs. GAC high school football
Lanier ground game powers win over Eastside
Longhorns put two rushers over 100 yards in convincing victory
Wolves show up focused for 7-AAA road victory
Buford dominates for another victory
Eagles score touchdowns on offense, defense and special teams in rout
Lions win Shaffer’s debut as head coach at Lakeview Academy
The Region 7-AAAAAA champion Norcross Blue Devils wrapped up a perfect regular season on Senior Night with a 56-6 win over Meadowcreek Friday night.
North Gwinnett clinched the second seed and guaranteed itself at least one home game in the playoffs with a 49-7 win over Mountain View on Senior Night.
After receiving the news that they would have to forfeit two region victories early this week the Buford Wolves had to reset their immediate goals for the season.
Grayson forced four Berkmar turnovers and blocked a punt in the first quarter on the way to a 62-0 win Friday night.
Norcross head coach Keith Maloof was happy with his team's performance after faltering in the second half last week and almost giving up a big lead to Mill Creek.
After a tough game last week, the Duluth offense got back on track in a big way by picking up its first region win on the season, defeating Meadowcreek 52-6 on homecoming Friday night.
Berkmar rebounded in a big way from a tough loss last week to pick up its first win of the season beating Meadowcreek 56-6 Friday night.
Lanier's season opener in its first full varsity schedule became a story of missed opportunities as the hosts fell to Apalachee 21-11 Friday night.
HOSCHTON -- Mill Creek and Duluth both came into the final game of the season with the same goal, to finish with a .500 record. For the Wildcats, it would have been their first since 2003. For the Hawks, it was a chance to finish on a positive note after a season full of what head coach Shannon Jarvis referred to as tough losses.
Lewis rushes for 264 of Mill Creek's 415 yards in season-ending victory
Lions get another good result with rout of Cross Keys
Collins Hill picks up play after halftime for key region win
Greater Atlanta Christian showed no signs of looking past its opponent to a highly anticipated showdown with No. 1 ranked Buford next week as it scored 34 points in the first quarter on the way to a 62-8 win over Clarkston on homecoming Friday night.
LILBURN -- After a close loss to defending state champion Brookwood last week, Archer responded with its first region win Friday night by defeating host Berkmar 42-0.
Tigers pull away for 42-0 victory
LAWRENCEVILLE -- Mountain View picked up its first win of the season behind a very strong rushing attack and a resilient defense Friday night. After weathering a solid offensive attack from Lanier in the first half, the Bears pulled away in the second half for a 34-17 victory.. "We needed
BUFORD -- Playing just its second varsity football opponent in program history, Lanier picked up its first varsity win by defeating Hapeville Charter 23-7 in front of a very excited home crowd Friday night.
A tough first-round draw didn't bother the Buford defense. The third-ranked Wolves (10-1) stifled 10th-ranked Pepperell in the first round of the Class AA state playoffs, cruising into the second round with a 24-0 victory.
Mill Creek's season ended with a thrilling finish, as John Russ' fourth-down run from a yard out gave the Hawks a 24-21 victory over South Forsyth on Friday night.
CUMMING - Peachtree Ridge starting quarterback Nick Lombardo only played one down Friday night due to an injury that head coach Bill Ballard would not disclose.
HOSCHTON - What looked like it was going to be a defensive battle with neither team scoring in the first quarter turned into an offensive outburst for Mill Creek.
BUFORD - Jessel Curry had two interceptions and two touchdowns in a 44-point first quarter Friday night, sparking Buford to a 65-0 win over Cross Keys in a Region 6-AA mismatch.
GAINESVILLE - Wesleyan got another shutout Friday night, beating Lakeview Academy 45-0 in its Region 8-A opener.
DULUTH - Duluth was unable to stop the strong ground game of North Forsyth in each team's region opener as the Wildcats lost 28-7 on Friday.
GAINESVILLE - Buford's running back by committee held true again Friday night in a 35-7 win over North Hall.
LAWRENCEVILLE - Grayson wasted no time jumping out front Friday night on its way to the first perfect regular season in school history.
SUWANEE - Peachtree Ridge overcame four turnovers in the first quarter to pick up a 22-16 win over South Forsyth on homecoming Friday night.
DULUTH - Collins Hill moved to 6-0 for the first time in school history Friday night with a 23-3 win over Duluth.
SUWANEE - Collins Hill remained unbeaten on the season by escaping with a 17-10 homecoming win over Northview on Friday night.
CUMMING - Duluth opened Region 7-AAAAA play Friday night at North Forsyth but failed to get its first win of the year, falling 24-8 to the Raiders.
CUMMING - The two spread offenses run by South Gwinnett and South Forsyth lived up to the billing in the first half as the two teams faced off in a nonregion game for the fifth straight year.
SUWANEE - Collins Hill's Billy Wells enjoyed two firsts on Friday night in the Eagles' opening football game against Parkview.
SNELLVILLE - Sixth-ranked Brookwood opened the boys soccer state playoffs with a 1-0 home win over a tough Northview team Tuesday night.
NORCROSS - The Greater Atlanta Christian girls opened defense of their Class AA state title on Saturday night with a 68-42 win over the visiting Union County Panthers.
CUMMING - The Collins Hill defense intercepted South Forsyth quarterback
BUFORD - It has not happened very often this season, but Buford actually trailed Holy Innocents' 7-0 less than three minutes into Friday night's football game.
LILBURN - Berkmar improved to 3-0 on the season Friday night with an impressive 20-7 home win over Houston County. The Patriots once again used the big play ability of wide receiver Isaiah Jupiter and quarterback T.J. Smith.
LILBURN - Superior speed and big plays powered the Berkmar Patriots to a convincing 45-6 win in their home opener over the North Forsyth Raiders Friday night.
CUMMING - John Small had lost his first two season openers as head coach of the South Gwinnett Comets, including a 28-7 to South Forsyth in 2006.