|September 24th, 2010||Brookwood||59||Central Gwinnett||13|
One of the state’s premier quarterback matchups goes down this week when Eddie Printz of Lassiter visits Parker McLeod and the No. 5 Walton Raiders this Friday in the GPB-TV game of the week. Both junior quarterbacks have...
Coming off a dominant showing at the Gwinnett County Championships, the Brookwood boys at least ran into some competition at last Saturday’s Atlanta Classic, hosted by Chapel Hill High School.
As more and more games are played the process of deciding who makes the cut becomes harder each week. The scale of potential vs. production is starting to tilt in the direction of production on the field, however you simply cannot ignore potential and who a player projects to be at the next level.
Another Friday night is in the books and so are dozens of metro Atlanta high school football games. Wesleyan got back on the winning track, while Tri Cities and Dacula notched wins as well.
The No. 1 Buford Wolves have won four straight state titles but have lost at least one game each of the last two years. The one loss in 2009? The Lovett Lions upset Buford that year 28-21 to end Buford’s 32-game winning streak.
Brookwood turned in dominant performances at the Gwinnett County Championships, hosted last Saturday at Peachtree Ridge. On the boys side, Brookwood placed six runners in the top 10 and compiled an incredibly low score of 26 points, 70 clear of second-place Peachtree Ridge.
This whole football thing for Central Gwinnett defensive end Francis Kallon is probably starting to be fun. Before he ever stepped onto a football field for an official game, the London, England native had multiple scholarship offers in hand and had pledged to Georgia Tech.