2011 Georgia High School Football Results



 

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Week of August 26

Allatoona 34, Kennesaw Mountain 0

Alpharetta 29, North Cobb 26

Armuchee 33, Trion 13

Athens Academy 30, SW Atlanta Christian 0

Bainbridge 16, Early County 12

Briarwood Christian, Ala. 21, Eagle's Landing 18

Brookstone 34, Macon County 6

Buford 49, Gainesville 0

Burke County 31, Baldwin 14

Butler 48, Westside-Augusta 20

Cairo 7, Drew 6

Calhoun 24, Dalton 14

Carver-Columbus 52, Spencer 0

Cedar Grove 40, Veterans 19

Cedartown 28, Rockmart 18

Centennial 27, Campbell 22

Central Gwinnett 54, Mountain View 14

Central-Macon 20, Towers 6

Central-Phenix City, Ala. 20, Shaw 6

Chattooga 21, LaFayette 20

Clarke Central 49, Cedar Shoals 13

Claxton 25, Tattnall County 8

Clinch County 14, Pierce County 13

Collins Hill 24, Roswell 21

Conyers Heritage 34, Salem 14

Creekview 24, Sequoyah 7

Crisp County 14, Turner County 0

Dade County 7, Gordon Lee 0

Dawson County 56, Pickens 35

Decatur 57, North Springs 0

Duluth 28, Archer 24

Eagle's Landing 34, Rutland 27

East Coweta 31, Chapel Hill 6

East Hall 47, West Hall 14

East Jackson 28, White County 27

East Paulding 27, South Paulding 0

Eastside 38, Alcovy 15

Effingham County 44, Screven County 29

Elbert County 29, Stephens County 28

Emanuel County Institute 34, Swainsboro 13

Etowah 49, Berkmar 14

Evans 35, Richmond Academy 19

Fellowship Christian 6, Lakeview Academy 0

First Presbyterian Day 28, Irwin County 12

Fitzgerald 28, Worth County 14

Flowery Branch 56, Madison County 7

George Walton 28, Pinecrest 0

Georgia Military 23, Strong Rock Christian 0

Gordon Central 52, Model 27

Greater Atlanta Christian 35, Columbia 26

Greene County 28, Hephzibah 20

Griffin 3, Spalding 0, OT

Habersham Central 38, Apalachee 35

Haralson County 7, Lithia Springs 6

Hart County 31, Franklin County 0

Hillgrove 41, Sprayberry 21

Hiram 21, Douglas County 14

Jackson County 20, Johnson-Gainesville 12

Jefferson 21, Commerce 7

Jenkins 29, South Effingham 19

Johns Creek 38, Rome 17

Josey 40, Cross Creek 12

Lakeside-Evans 34, Glenn Hills 12

Lamar County 27, Bleckley County 21

Lambert 28, Northwest Whitfield 7

Landmark Christian 10, Aquinas 8

Lee County 56, Baconton 0

Lincoln County 24, Abbeville, S.C. 13

Lovejoy 35, Mundy's Mill 6

Luella 27, Jones County 20

Lumpkin County 50, Riverside Military 0

Marion County 49, Chattahoochee County 0

Marist 44, Douglass 6

Mary Persons 36, Jackson 20

Metter 20, Jenkins County 18

Milton 38, Cherokee 14

Monroe 26, Terrell County 0

Morgan County 20, Walnut Grove 0

Mount Paran Christian 26, Pace Academy 23

Newton 21, Shiloh 0

North Atlanta 3, South Atlanta 0

North Clayton 7, Riverdale 0

North Cobb Christian 42, Carroll Mount Zion 6

Northeast-Macon 48, Twiggs County 6

Northgate 45, Alexander 13

Northside-Columbus 35, Jordan 0

Northside-Warner Robins 35, Union Grove 7

Oglethorpe County 23, Athens Christian 14

Oxford, Ala. 21, Carrollton 17

Peach County 7, Warner Robins 6

Pepperell 12, Cartersville 0

Pope 31, Wheeler 7

Prince Avenue Christian 41, Hebron Christian 0

Rabun County 17, Hayesville, N.C. 14

Ringgold 34, Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe 10

Robbinsville, N.C. 42, Rabun Gap-Nachoochee 3

Rockdale County 17, Winder-Barrow 13

Sandy Creek 43, Whitewater 20

Savannah Christian Prep 30, McIntosh County 0

Schley County 51, Pacelli Catholic 0

South Cobb 33, Marietta 26

South Forsyth 24, Forsyth Central 6

Southeast Whitfield 70, Murray County 0

Southwest Macon 22, Berrien 7

St. Pius X 28, Westminster 21

Starr's Mill 23, Coosa 21

Statesboro 35, Brunswick 14

Stephenson 14, Parkview 3

Stockbridge 28, Dutchtown 12

Stone Mountain 38, Westside-Macon 20

Stratford 26, Windsor 14

Strom Thurmond, S.C. 24, Laney 16

Temple 35, Our Lady of Mercy 33

Thomas County Central 35, Thomasville 20

Thomson 53, Washington-Wilkes 6

Tift County 41, Locust Grove 7

Union County 20, Towns County 0

Upson-Lee 6, Woodward Academy 3

Vidalia 42, Treutlen 0

Ware County 28, Coffee 21

Warren County 51, Glascock County 7

Washington County 28, Jefferson County 17

Wesleyan 43, Seminole County 40

West Forsyth 21, Harrison 13

West Laurens 28, East Laurens 6

Westover 42, Mitchell County 7

Wheeler County 14, Telfair County 7

Whitefield Academy 38, Walker 13

Wilcox County 34, Miller County 0

Wilkinson County 21, Johnson County 0

Woodland, Ala. 20, Bowdon 9

Woodland Cartersville 39, Cass 26

Woodland Stockbridge 14, Fayette County 13

Woodstock 14, North Forsyth 8

Jefferson 41, Commerce 14

Dragons match longest winning streak in series

JEFFERSON -- Drew Carson had never played a regulation football game in his life until he suited up for the annual Jefferson-Commerce rivalry.
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Jefferson running back Drequn Sewell (32) breaks away for a long run and touchdown as his teammates cheer on the sideline Friday.
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Jefferson running back Drequn Sewell (32) breaks away for a long run and touchdown as his teammates cheer on the sideline Friday.

GAME REPORT
Turning Point: Jefferson scored two touchdowns in the first 1:30 of the second half to take a 34-7 lead.
Key Stat: Bryant Shirreffs completed 12 of 15 passes for 244 yards and two touchdowns along with a pair of rushing touchdowns.
Impact: Jefferson beat Commerce for the fifth straight time to tie the Dragons’ longest winning streak in the series.

The Dragons' junior baseball player turned defensive back scored the back-breaking touchdown as Jefferson rolled over the Tigers 41-14 on Friday at Jefferson Memorial Stadium.

"This is my first year of playing football and my first year against Commerce, so this is just incredible," Carson said. "All the guys kept telling me about how awesome it's going to feel to play Commerce, about all the adrenaline that's going to be pumping. But this was everything and more than what the guys have been talking about. I don't think I've ever had this feeling before."

Jefferson has now beaten Commerce five straight times to tie the Dragons' longest winning streak in the series. Commerce still leads the all-time series 41-20-5.

"It's incredible," Carson said. "Commerce has been one of our biggest rivals for a century and to beat them in my very first game, you can't ask for better than that. It's a huge game to play. We came in prepared. We were ready for them and I'm ecstatic right now."

Jefferson (1-0) took control of the game when it scored three touchdowns in less than two minutes sandwiched around halftime to take a 34-7 lead. Dragons quarterback Bryant Shirreffs hit Will Puckett for a 24-yard touchdown pass with nine seconds left in the half. On the second play after halftime, Shirreffs and Drequn Sewell hooked up on a 76-yard touchdown pass.

"That was huge for us," Jefferson quarterback Bryant Shirreffs said. "Scoring right before halftime just carried over into the second half. We were playing with a lot of confidence starting out and just caught fire after that."

Carson capped the three-touchdown run when he scooped up a Commerce fumble and raced 53 yards to a touchdown to give the Dragons a 34-7 lead with 8:30 left in the third quarter.

"I saw the ball laying there and I just picked it up," Carson said. "I thought they'd blown the whistle, but I started running just in case. The next thing I know, everybody's chasing me, so I had decided to run as fast as I could and get into the end zone."

Shirreffs cut Commerce's defense to pieces as he completed 12 of 15 passes for 244 yards and two touchdown passes to Drequn Sewell (76 yards) and Will Puckett (10 yards). Shirreffs also ran for two 1-yard touchdowns and had 33 yards on five carries for the night.

"I started off a little rusty and missed a couple I probably shouldn't have," Shirreffs said. "But we played pretty well and we seemed to be in sync all night. The line blocked well. The receivers caught well and I was able to hit them."

Sewell had 92 yards on two catches and Cole Givens had three catches for 81 yards.

Commerce quarterback Cody Streetman ran 17 times for 56 yards and a touchdown. Fullback Chance McClure led the team with 71 yards on 12 carries. Streetman also completed 6 of 7 passes for 50 yards, including a 21-yard touchdown to Marquavius Little. But for the most part, Jefferson's defense held Commerce in check.

"The bottom line is we never could get anything going on offense," first-year Commerce head coach Marvin Justice said. "We couldn't get any momentum and that's a credit to Jefferson's defense. They did a good job of denying us the ball. We didn't execute as well as we probably should have."

Commerce had two long touchdown drives in the game, but the Tigers couldn't keep up with Jefferson's offense, especially in the second half as the Dragons outscored the Tigers 20-7.

"We play at a fast pace on offense, so we wanted to keep up that pressure," Shirreffs said. "We wanted to keep the ball moving and play fast to try to wear down their defense."

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