Sat., October 30, 2010 12:40am (EDT)

Friday Night Summaries
By Stephen Black
Updated: 4 years ago

Photo by Studio 7
Photo by Studio 7
ATLANTA/SOUTHSIDE

Marist 24, Mays 7: The visiting War Eagles (7-2) scored 10 unanswered points in the third quarter to pull away from Mays (6-3). Matthew Barker opened the scoring with a two-yard run in the first quarter to give Marist a 7-0 lead. Andy Perez scored in the second on a one-yard sneak to give the War Eagles a 14-7 lead.


Whitewater 28, Northgate 7: Whitewater (7-2) was led by running back Josh Clemmons’ three rushing touchdowns in a 28-7 win over visiting Northgate (5-4). Dole Van Asche also scored for the Vikings to help win their fourth game in a row. Whitewater never trailed in the game and held a 14-0 lead at the half.

COBB

Woodstock 30, Lassiter 14: Running backs Tanner Skogen and Mark Kimbro each scored twice on the ground as visiting Woodstock (7-2) moved past Lassiter (5-4). Woodstock recovered a fumble at its own 2-yard line and drove 98 yards for a Skogen TD to begin the third quarter, making the score 30-6.

DEKALB

ML King 30, East Coweta 23: DeMarco Robinson ran for a score and caught one from Jonquel Dawson for the Lions (5-3). Dawson also hooked up with Blake Tibbs to make it 12-0 Lions in the second quarter. Also, scoring were Kevin Byars and Devin Johnson. The Indians dropped to 7-1.

Stephenson 17, Newnan 14: The visiting Jaguars (8-0) remained undefeated by notching the go-ahead score on a quarterback sneak from Jordan Tarver with 4:31 left. Lendell Arnold hooked up with Jalen Bolton on a five yard-score early for Newnan (5-3), but Mike Davis answered with a 1-yard plunge. Davis finished with 171 yards on 15 carries.

GWINNETT

Collins Hill 42, Norcross 0: Taylor Heinicke passed for four touchdowns and rushed for one to lead Collins Hill (6-3) past visiting Norcross (7-2). Saah Nimley had an 18-yard rushing score for the Eagles while Zach Kennedy blocked a punt in the first possession of the second half, which led to a Nick England touchdown catch on the next play.

Dacula 56, Berkmar 20: Berkmar (3-6) fell to homestanding Dacula (6-3) 56-20. Rocky Capobianco led the Falcons with 191 yards and five touchdowns. Marcus Cox had 189 yards rushing for Dacula. Despite the loss, Patriots quarterback Deion Perry was able to complete 11-of-22 passes for 167 yards and two touchdowns.

NORTH FULTON


Alpharetta 48, Centennial 28: The visiting Raiders (5-4) raced to a 34-7 first-half lead on the strength of four scores by quarterback Mikal Abdul-Saboor. Three of Abdul-Saboor’s touchdowns were passing while the fourth was a 27-yard reception. The three touchdown passes were all to receiver Carlos Burse. Centennial (4-5) scored first on a 14-yard run by Tony Bradley.


Holy Innocents’ 49, King’s Ridge 7: The host Golden Bears (6-3) scored 35 unanswered points starting in the second quarter after King’s Ridge (4-5) cut the lead to 14-7. The Tigers scored their only points on a five-yard pass from quarterback Jason McCoy to receiver Devon Schmitt. Seven different players scored touchdowns for Holy Innocents’.


Roswell 34, West Forsyth 7: J.P. Douglass was 10-of-18 passing with two touchdowns and Martez Sumler had 13 carries for 120 yards and a score as Roswell (5-4) defeated host West Forsyth (7-3). Corey Wilson also rushed for a score, and kicker Ty Long hit field goals of 44 and 50 yards.


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