Tucker 59, Redan 24: Tucker rushed for 344 yards on 42 carries to crush host Redan. N’Quan Maggett scored four touchdowns on the ground and had a 51-yard reception. Bashr Coles added two rushing touchdowns, while Rondell Simons and Dallas Rivers each had one score.
Marist 34, Lithonia 12: The host War Eagles (6-2) scored 20 unanswered points in the second half. Quarterback Andy Perez totaled four touchdowns on the night, two on the ground and two through the air, while William Curran caught two scores and ran for another. Lithonia (4-4) mustered just 140 total yards.
Harrison 17, Kennesaw Mountain 0: Brandon Robinson rushed for an 11-yard touchdown with 1:26 remaining in the game to seal the home win for host Harrison (4-4). Quarterback Sean Skradis started the scoring for the Hoyas with a 4-yard touchdown run, and Darren Parkinson hit a 33-yard field goal. Kennesaw Mountain (1-7) gave away three turnovers.
East Paulding 14, Pope 13: Visiting East Paulding (6-2) blocked the game-tying extra point attempt with 51 seconds left to preserve the victory. East Paulding led 14-0 after first-half touchdown runs from Sean Ashley (1 yard) and Terrell Hannah (5 yards), but Pope (6-2) pulled to within a point after a 24-yard TD pass from Holland Frost to Garrett Brown.
Lassiter 21, Marietta 7: Eddie Printz was 17-of-28 passing for 206 yards and two touchdowns to lead visiting Lassiter (5-3) over Marietta (2-6). Tyren Jones added 96 yards rushing and a 40-yard touchdown run in the third to cap the scoring for Lassiter. Printz’s scoring throws were to Cameron Campagna (61 yards) and Garrett Shank (8 yards).
Roswell 44, Northview 0: The Hornets’ defense picked up its first shutout of the season against the visiting Titans (1-8). J.P. Douglas threw for 132 yards and two touchdowns. Andrew Kwateng had two rushing touchdowns and also returned a punt for a score. Five players found the endzone for Roswell (4-4).
Sequoyah 10, Lambert 3: Quarterback Ben Rogers scored on an 8-yard run in the second to give visiting Sequoyah (4-4) the lead for good. The Chiefs defense held Lambert to just 130 total yards. The Longhorns (6-2) opened the scoring in the first on a 34-yard field goal by Brendan Everett.
Blessed Trinity 24, Therrell 20: Casey Joseph had 117 rushing yards and a touchdown to lead the host Titans (4-4) over the Panthers (2-6). Merrick Metcalf returned an interception 35 yards for a score, and Sam Farmer had a 55-yard punt return for a touchdown. Karnorris Benson caught a touchdown pass and also scored after recovering a fumble for Therrell.
North Forsyth 21, Centennial 14: Joey Vicary scored on an 88-yard touchdown run and threw a 58-yard touchdown to Nick Saponara, leading the Raiders (4-4) to their third straight win. Carlson Carty and Zeitrick Smith each found the endzone for the visiting Knights (4-4), but Tyler Riddle’s 44-yard touchdown run in the fourth was the game-winner for North Forsyth.
North Gwinnett 28, Mill Creek 7: The visiting Bulldogs (8-0) remained undefeated with a win over the Hawks (3-5). Quarterback C.J. Uzomah led the way with 60 yards rushing and two touchdowns. Ethan Kilgore scored on a 9-yard run which was set up by a fake punt on fourth down, and Joe Jones added a 3-yard touchdown run for North Gwinnett.
Buford 38, Greater Atlanta Christian 7: Running back Dominique Swope accounted for three touchdowns as the visiting Wolves (8-1) jumped to a 38-0 lead in the third quarter over the region-rival Spartans (7-1). Swopes ran for touchdowns of 16 and 38 yards in the first half as Buford took a 24-0 lead into the locker room.
Westminster 32, Jackson-Atlanta 16: Westminster surged to a 32-0 lead in the first half to cruise past host Maynard Jackson. Khamal Brown scored the first two touchdowns for the Wildcats, on a 65-yard interception return and later in the opening quarter on an eight-yard reception from William Linginfelter. Lingenfelter also found Dylan Jeffay with a scoring strike.
Pace Academy 31, Holy Innocents’ 21: Will Brewster threw four touchdown passes – two to Josh Swan – to lead the host Knights (7-1) to their third consecutive victory. Taylor Callaway had a receiving touchdown and also returned a blocked punt for a score, and John McKay had an 8-yard rushing touchdown for the Golden Bears (5-3).
Etowah 17, Woodstock 14 (OT): Kyle Riordan’s 27-yard field goal in the second possession of the first overtime gave visiting Etowah (8-1) the victory over cross-town rival Woodstock (7-1). Etowah linebacker Christian Harris returned an interception for a touchdown to put the Eagles up 14-7, then Woodstock tied the game on a Tanner Skogen run.
Contributors: Tad Arapoglou, Alex Ewalt, Ricky Dimon