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Football Fridays in Georgia Week Nine: Two Of The Biggest Collide

This week’s Football Fridays in Georgia game of the week will matchup two of the largest schools in the state of Georgia, as the Collins Hill Eagles travel to Hoschton, Georgia to take on the Hawks of Mill Creek.

Collins Hill comes into this one with a 5-2 record 3-1 in Region 7 and on a three-game winning streak. Mill Creek stands at 4-3 with an identical region record of 3-1 and is on a two-game winning streak with a 63-7 win over Meadowcreek and a 55-7 win over Mountain View.

Pigskin Roundup: The Little SEC

Region 1-AAAAAA takes a one week respite before starting a two week beat down and back against the wall fight for four state playoff positions. The six team region has seen its share of surprises this season and football fans all across the state will have to wait until October 31 for a few more shocking developments from the region considered by many as the little SEC of high school football in the state. Even though the often-discussed region is idle this week, there is still plenty of action to look at in this week number nine of Georgia prep football action.

Jon's Georgia: Week Nine

Okay, I’m talking to you. How many of you had Region 1-6A as it currently stands?

The Breakdown: Eagles At Hawks In Region 7-6A Clash

A Region 7-AAAAAA battle with huge state playoff implications takes center stage on this week’s Football Fridays in Georgia on GPB as the Collins Hills Eagles play at the Mill Creek Hawks. Both the Eagles and the Hawks are in a four-way tie for second in the region at 3-1 with three weeks to play. Only three of those four teams will qualify for the state playoffs.

The Queen Of Queens

It's October. Hayrides, haunted houses and Halloween pack the month with festivities. And in the world of a high-schooler, homecoming makes those leaf-turning days even more jampacked with fun.

So, time to pick out the perfect date…the perfect shoes, the perfect dress. And if you're selected as a member of the homecoming court, the apparel is all the more important.

Football Fridays In Georgia Week Eight: Eagles At Raiders

Believe it or not, we are already in the eighth week of our Football Fridays in Georgia coverage here at GPB. Just three more regular season games remain before the five-week dash for glory and a chance at a state championship in the Georgia Dome in mid-December.

This week we are at Raider Valley where the Raiders will host one of the top 6A teams in the state, the 5-1 Milton Eagles. Milton is coming off a 23-0 win over Cherokee and has also blanked two other top schools: both defending 6A state champion Norcross and Lassiter.

Propst' Playoff Plan

In a recent interview with Head Coach Rush Propst of the Colquitt County Packers, a team ranked No. 1 in the state and highly-rated nationally as well, he and I discussed the chances this year’s Packer team has to finally bring home a state title in Class AAAAAA. His Colquitt County teams have made it to the GHSA finals or semifinals, followed by losing to the eventual state champion five straight years. But that elusive title is still out there for the taking.

Owls First Scrimmage

Written By: GPB Sports Intern Savannah Pratt

Ecstatic fans filled Fifth Third Bank stadium in droves more than an hour before Kennesaw State's first football scrimmage began. Black, gold and white decorated the crowd through painted faces and spirit apparel.

Jon's Georgia: Week Eight

It was homecoming all around the state last weekend. A lot of folks were crowned kings and queens across football fields and it was a cool time for parents and their sons and daughters.

The Breakdown: Eagles Look To Remain In Contention

The Milton Eagles hope to remain in contention for their first region championship since 1952 and just their second in program history when the Eagles play at the Walton Raiders on this week’s Football Fridays in Georgia on GPB. Milton is 5-1 overall and tied with Roswell for first place in the GHSA’s Region 5-AAAAAA at 3-1. The Eagles only loss this season was a 33-31 setback vs. the Hornets over weeks ago.