Class AAAAAA roundup

Compiled by Score Atlanta

This post will be updated as the evening progresses.

Archer 24, South Gwinnett 7: Jameyst Williams rushed for three touchdowns to pace visiting Archer over the Comets. Williams ran in a 5-yard score and Cole Fisher booted a 44-yard field goal to give Archer a 10-0 halftime lead. South Gwinnett scored on a 9-yard touchdown pass from Josh Shim to Elijah Shah in the third quarter, but Williams iced the game with 12- and 58-yard touchdown runs in the fourth quarter.

Collins Hill 34, Duluth 0: Monty Horn threw a touchdown to Codi Russell and rushed for a 1-yard score for host Collins Hill, and Jordan Bertrand rushed for touchdowns of 1 and 14 yards. Jeremy Lewis added a 9-yard scoring run, and Eric Fuentes connected on field goals of 40 and 25 yards. The Collins Hill defense had nine tackles for loss.

Colquitt County 58, Lee County 14: Kiel Pollard caught three touchdown passes from Colquitt County quarterback Chase Parrish and also returned a punt for a score in the host Packers’ blowout win. Parrish was 14-of-18 passing for 280 yards—107 of them to Pollard—with four touchdowns. Sihiem King added a 17-yard touchdown run, and Grump Jones had a 28-yard rushing score and an 82-yard kickoff return for a touchdown. Javonta Woods had two of Colquitt’s three interceptions.

Hillgrove 72, North Paulding 46: Senior running back Sonny Harris ran in eight of Hillgrove’s 10 rushing touchdowns to lead the visiting Hawks past North Paulding. The Wolfpack tied it at 21-21 before Harris' sixth touchdown and a Hillgrove safety to made it a 44-21 advantage. Eric Montgomery extended the lead to 51-28 with a touchdown run. Harris rushed for his final two touchdowns and Bryson Parks rushed for Hillgrove’s final score to make it 72-40.

McEachern 48, North Cobb 28: Visiting McEachern jumped to a 41-7 lead before coasting to a 48-28 victory. Quay Holmes ran in the Indians first score and Sam Jackson took over the backfield with a touchdown and 128 rushing yards. T.J. Rahming hauled in a Bailey Hockman touchdown pass and added 85 rushing yards. Hockman finished with 225 passing yards and 32 yards rushing and found C.J. Windham for his second touchdown pass. Michael Nwagbara ran for a McEachern touchdown during a 93-yard rushing performance and Courtney Mills returned an interception 52-yards for a McEachern touchdown. McEachern kicker Cesar Dominquez added a pair of field goals, including a 44-yarder.

Mill Creek 55, Mountain View 7: Daniel David was 5-for-7 passing for 156 yards and three touchdowns, and also had 47 yards rushing and a 4-yard score to lead host Mill Creek. David threw touchdown passes of 80 and 19 yards to Joseph Hull and found Jake Lund on a 12-yard pass, their only catches of the game. Safety Chase Turner scored twice on defense with a 91-yard interception return and a 15-yard fumble return. Johnathan Hawkins and Brian Efianayi each had a rushing touchdown.

Milton 23, Cherokee 0: Milton did all of its scoring in the first half to roll over visiting Cherokee. Austin McLeod engineered a well-balanced offense by completing 12 of 17 passes for 177 yards and one touchdown, which he threw to Obe Fortune from 66 yards out to put the Eagles on the scoreboard in the first quarter. Fortune finished with five receptions for 91 yards. Milton also got 71 yards and a score on 16 carries by Chris Turner. Ethan Suda booted three field goals.

North Gwinnett 51, Peachtree Ridge 24: North Gwinnett scored 27 unanswered points in the second half to pull away from Region 7-AAAAAA rival Peachtree Ridge after being tied at the half. The visiting Bulldogs struck quickly in the second half, as John Urzua threw a 74-yard touchdown pass to Almonzo Brown. North Gwinnett then got touchdown runs of 7 and 5 yards from Kameron Pickett to pull away. Brown led the team in receiving with 102 yards, and Josh Imatorbhebhe (eight catches, 78 yards) scored the first two touchdowns for North Gwinnett on receptions of 9 and 14 yards. Urzua was 21-of-40 passing for 303 yards and four touchdowns. North Gwinnett’s Brad Harvey was 3-for-3 on field goals, hitting from 27, 32 and 38.

South Forsyth 33, Northview 8: Alex Barbir kicked four field goals, including two from more than 50 yards away, as South Forsyth overwhelmed visiting Northview. The War Eagles surged to a 24-0 lead in the second quarter before Northview got on the scoreboard thanks to a 57-yard interception return by Malcolm Conn. South Forsyth quarterback Matt White threw a 42-yard touchdown pass to Jalen Camp to begin the scoring and also connected with Cameron Kline for another score.

Tucker 53, Rockdale County 6: Delvin Weems gave host Tucker an early 15-0 lead with a pair of first-quarter rushing touchdowns. Rockdale County countered with a 40-yard touchdown run from Devin Williams, but the Tigers would end the game with 38 unanswered points. After the lone Bulldogs' touchdown, Garrett Rigby scored on a quarterback keeper and Duke Shelley ran for a pair of scores between a Tucker defensive touchdown en route to a 43-6 halftime lead.

Valdosta 27, Tift County 24: Brennan Goodson kicked a 38-yard field goal with 1:53 left to lift visiting Valdosta to a 27-24 win. Tift County took a 10-0 lead with a field goal and Tajhea Chambers touchdown run and led 17-3 in the second quarter before Khalil McClain hauled in Valdosta’s first touchdown and cut Tift’s lead to 17-10 at the half. Valdosta opened the second half with a Tim McClain’s 2-yard score and Demitrius Lane gave Valdosta a 24-17 lead with a 1-yard rushing score. Tift County tied it at 24-24 with a 22-yard touchdown run from Tajhea Chambers in the fourth quarter. Valdosta and Tift County traded punts before the Wildcats were able to forced a timely three-and-out to take over at midfield before setting up the Goodson game-winner.

West Forsyth 28, North Forsyth 3: Quarterback Hampton McConnell spearheaded host West Forsyth's offense to a 21-0 lead at the half with a 37-yard passing score to Nathan Schmitz followed by a 26-yard pass to Michael Rogers. McConnell would add a 47-yard touchdown run in the third to make it 28-3. Visiting North Forsyth was held to 86 yards of total offense while committing a pair of turnovers.