Class AAAA rewind: Marist's domination; Sandy Creek record-breaker; Columbia surging

--Marist has recorded three straight shutouts, outscoring opponents 146-0 during that stretch. The War Eagles jumped out to a 30-0 lead in the first quarter against Redan on Friday and cruised to a 60-0 win. Griffin King and Spencer Taylor each scored two touchdowns in the first half.

--Record-breaking: Sandy Creek running back Eric Swinney became the program's all-time leading rusher in the Patriots' 24-17 win over Auburn (Ala.) on Friday night. Swinney rushed for 108 yards and a touchdown and now has 3,660 yards for his career. He surpassed Philip Hyde's previous mark of 3,522 yards in the win.

--Woodward Academy running back Elijah Holyfield caught a 34-yard touchdown pass and ran for another score in the War Eagles’ 27-7 win over ECLA. Holyfield, the son of boxing great Evander Holyfield, finished with 100 yards on 21 carries.

--Carrollton held Banneker to 175 yards of offense in a 39-0 shutout win Friday. After starting out 0-3, the Trojans have won two straight.

--Columbia won its fourth straight, knocking off Region 6-AAAA foe Lithonia, 41-7, Friday. Led by quarterback Andre Brown, the Eagles have averaged 48 points in their last three wins.  Columbia travels to St. Pius X this week.

--Locust Grove quarterback Cameron Maddox threw two of his three touchdown passes to Champ Leddon in a 30-9 win Walnut Grove on Friday. Leddon finished with 147 yards receiving.

--Mary Persons picked off five passes in a 31-0 win over Perry on Friday.