Girls around the state have put up some gaudy numbers in flag football this fall.

The sport begins its run to the state championship with first- and second-round games on Dec. 5, with quarterfinals and semifinals on Dec. 7. The championship games will be Dec. 11 (Division 1), Dec. 11 (Division 2) and Dec. 12 (Division 3), all at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

Here are some of the statistical leaders from around the state. (Statistics are compiled by MaxPreps. Not all teams report and post their statistics, so there may be omissions.)


Kyleigh Sizemore of Long County has thrown for 3,544 yards and 46 touchdowns and leads Division 1. She has completed 60.2 percent of her passes and only thrown three interceptions. Long County is the No. 2 seed from Area 2 and will play Sumter County in the first round at New Hampstead.

Abby Briggs of Milton has thrown for 3,481 yards and 37 touchdowns and leads Division 3. She has completed 61.2 percent of her passes, but has been picked off 29 times. Milton is the No. 3 seed from Area 6 and will play Mill Creek in the first round at Central Gwinnett.

Makenzie Hicks of Mary Persons has thrown for 2,821 yards and 50 touchdowns and leads Division 2. She has completed 60.8 percent of her passes for 50 touchdowns and only four interceptions. The Bulldogs are the No. 3 seed from Area 3 and will play East Coweta in the first round at Westside Macon.


The state’s top rusher is Londyn Felder of Redan. She has rushed for 1,763 yards, 9.48 yards per carry, and 20 touchdowns, to lead Division 1. Redan, the No. 2 seed from Area 8, will play LaGrange in the first round at Pace Academy.

Towers has a pair of sisters with more than 1,000 yards. Tracy Yelegoiyee has rushed for 1,246 yards and nine touchdowns and Alicia Yelegoiyee has rushed for 1,171 yards and four touchdowns for the Titans, the No. 4 seed from Area 8. Towers plays at Harris County in the first round.

The Division 3 leader is Taylor Clark from Mountain View. She has rushed for 1,216 yards and 10 touchdowns. The Lions are the No. 3 seed from Area 7 and open the playoffs against South Forsyth at Blessed Trinity.

The Division 2 leader is London Staples from Locust Grove. She has rushed for 1,210 yards, a 10.1 yard average, and scored 15 touchdowns. Locust Grove, the No. 2 seed from Area 3, will open the playoffs against Trinity Christian at Jonesboro.


Alexandria Lofton leads Division 1 with 1,390 yards on 60 catches, a 23.17-yard average, and 27 touchdowns. Makinzie Moody of Long County has the most receptions (91) for 1,168 yards.

In Division 2 the leader is Sanaa Growe of East Coweta. She has 66 catches for 1,080 yards and 19  touchdowns. Dacula’s Janaya Garfio has 1,050 yards on 66 catches and McEachern’s De’Aysia Williams has 983 yards on 68 catches and 20 touchdowns