A handful of teams played their biggest games and toughest opponents for region championships Friday night. Here’s a look at how teams performed in Week 11

» MORE: 31 teams clinched region championships

Class AAAAAAA 

1. (1) Lowndes (10-0) 

Last week: Beat Colquitt County 28-17. Trailing 17-14, Lowndes scored two third-quarter touchdowns to take command in a game that decided the Region 1 championship. Jacurri Brown rushed for 107 yards and two touchdowns on 14 carries. He was 8-of-16 passing for 66 yards. Gary Osby rushed for 78 yards and two touchdowns on 11 carries. Next: Playoffs 

2. (2) McEachern (9-0) 

Last week: Beat North Cobb 34-7. McEachern clinched Region 3, its first region title since 2016, and Franklin Stephens became the ninth coach in GHSA history to win region titles at four schools. (Tucker, Lamar County and Ware County were the others.) McEachern got four sacks and held North Cobb to less than 125 yards of total offense and 2-for-16 passing. McEachern was 6-of-14 passing but created space for Christian Mason (96 rushing yards), Jordon Simmons (78) and QB Carlos Del Rio-Wilson (79). Next: Friday at North Paulding (6-3) 

3. (3) Colquitt County (8-2) 

Last week: Lost to Lowndes 28-17. Jaycee Harden was 19-of-31 passing for 231 yards but was sacked four times. Daijun Edwards was limited to 60 yards rushing on 17 carries. Colquitt County was within 21-17 late in the third quarter when it muffed a punt, leading to Lowndes' final touchdown, and didn’t recover. Next: Playoffs 

4. (4) Grayson (8-1) 

Last week: Beat Rockdale County 41-0. LaFayette Gurvin scored his fourth touchdown early in the third quarter for a 41-0 lead and called it a night. He finished with 57 yards on 11 carries. Grayson held Rockdale County to less than 125 yards of total offense and got its first shutout of the season. Grayson clinched Region 8. Next: Friday vs. South Gwinnett (4-5) 

5. (5) North Gwinnett (9-1) 

Last week: Beat Peachtree Ridge 48-10. D.J. Martin returned the opening kickoff for a touchdown. Josh Downs had 143 yards receiving. J.R. Martin passed for 143 yards. Devin Crosby rushed for 90 yards. Next: Playoffs 

6. (7) Marietta (7-2) 

Last week: Beat Hillgrove 38-17. Harrison Bailey was 25-of-31 passing for 300 yards and three touchdowns. Ricky White had 12 receptions for 138 yards and two touchdowns. Kimani Vidal rushed for 76 yards and two touchdowns on 12 carries. The game between ranked teams decided the No. 2 seed in Region 3. Next: Friday at Kennesaw Mountain (0-9) 

7. (8) Parkview (8-1) 

Last week: Beat Meadowcreek 61-21. Cody Brown rushed for 109 yards while Tyler Curtis ran for 100, each on seven carries. Jordan Williams was 9-of-13 passing for 155 yards and four touchdowns, three to Jared Brown, who had 122 yards receiving. Parkview clinched Region 7. Next: Friday vs. Central Gwinnett (3-6) 

8. (6) Hillgrove (7-2) 

Last week: Lost to Marietta 38-17. Hillgrove was within 17-10 late in the third quarter before two Marietta touchdowns. Matthew McCravy was 24-of-40 passing for 186 yards and two touchdowns. Hillgrove had 14 yards rushing and lost 35 on a bad snap to the punter. Next: Friday vs. North Cobb (6-3) 

9. (9) Archer (6-3) 

Last week: Beat South Gwinnett 56-23. Carter Peevy was 8-of-9 passing for 202 yards. He hit Trey Messer on a 72-yard TD pass on Archer’s first possession. South Gwinnett answered with a touchdown, but Renoldo Spivey returned the ensuing kickoff 78 yards for a score, and Archer led 42-7 at halftime. Next: Friday at Shiloh (7-2) 

10. (10) Milton (6-3) 

Last week: Beat Lambert 49-0. Jordan McDonald rushed for 100 yards on eight carries. Ahmad Junearick ran for 86 on 10. Devin Farrell was 7-of-9 passing for 172 yards and two touchdowns. Jackson Weaver had two catches, both for touchdowns of 59 and 34 yards. Next: Friday vs. North Forsyth (6-3) 

Class AAAAAA 

1. (1) Dacula (9-0) 

Last week: Beat Lanier 34-10. His team leading 7-3 late in the first half, Jarrett Jenkins barely avoided a safety on a sack at the 1-yard line, then threw a 99-yard TD pass to Chris Scott, and Dacula wasn’t threatened from there. Jenkins was 12-of-18 passing for 290 yards. Trenton Jones rushed for 91 yards on 10 carries. Dacula won its fourth consecutive Region 8 title. Next: Friday at Winder-Barrow (3-6) 

2. (2) Harrison (9-0) 

Last week: Beat Sequoyah 42-7. Harrison surrendered an 80-yard TD drive on Sequoyah’s first possession but dominated from there and clinched Region 6. David Roberts rushed for 184 yards on 16 carries. Next: Friday vs. Creekview (6-3) 

3. (3) Lee County (8-1) 

Last week: Beat Houston County 24-20. Lee County trailed 17-6 in the first quarter after Houston County returned a fumble 98 yards for a touchdown. Lee took the lead for good on Kyle Toole’s 5-yard pass to James Hopson in the third quarter. Baron Hopson and Jaron Willis had two sacks each. Next: Friday vs. Coffee (7-2) 

4. (4) Valdosta (8-2) 

Last week: Beat Northside-Warner Robins 48-7. Tate Rodemaker was 15-of-20 passing for 343 yards and six touchdowns. Javonte Sherman had seven catches for 150 yards and four touchdowns. Terrell Roberts had six receptions for 106 yards and two touchdowns. Next: Playoffs 

5. (6) Coffee (7-2) 

Last week: Off. Next: Friday at Lee County (8-1) 

6. (7) Johns Creek (8-1) 

Last week: Beat Alpharetta 31-16. Johns Creek took a 17-0 lead and remained in control of a game that decided the Region 7 champion. Ben Whitlock was 13-of-27 passing for 216 yards and two touchdowns. Johns Creek has won 15 consecutive region games, all but one by at least 14 points. Next: Friday vs. Dunwoody (3-6) 

7. (8) Allatoona (6-2-1) 

Last week: Beat Dalton 17-14. Dante Marshall threw TD passes of 42 yards to Asante Das and 17 to Bennett Christian in the second half to rally Allatoona from a 14-3 deficit. Marshall was just 6-of-17 passing but for 141 yards. Alex Wilson rushed for 105 yards on 25 carries. Next: Friday at Sequoyah (5-4) 

8. (5) Lanier (8-1) 

Last week: Lost to Dacula 34-10. Lanier struggled to establish the run game and lost a game for the Region 8 title. Taj Barnes, a 1,000-yard rusher, was held to 57 yards on 24 carries. Next: Friday at Gainesville (5-4) 

9. (9) Mays (8-1) 

Last week: Beat Alexander 40-35. Mays trailed 35-21 late in the third quarter before scoring three unanswered touchdowns, the third a 62-yard interception return by Christopher Clark midway in the fourth quarter. Next: Friday at Northgate (3-6) 

10. (10) Stephenson (8-1) 

Last week: Beat Lovejoy 25-7. Ryan Ingram rushed for 185 yards and a touchdown on 26 carries and caught a 33-yard TD pass. Next: Friday vs. Tucker (6-3) 

Class AAAAA 

1. (1) Buford (9-0) 

Last week: Beat Walnut Grove 49-0. Treyton Rank's 31-yard punt return for a touchdown gave Buford a 28-0 lead in the first quarter against its winless opponent. Next: Friday at Clarke Central (6-3) 

2. (2) Carrollton (9-0) 

Last week: Beat Paulding County 48-14. Brandon Marenco rushed for 176 yards on 10 carries. Shyquan Johnson rushed for 164 on nine. Myles Morris was 9-of-10 passing for 136 yards and two touchdowns. Robert Johnson had two sacks for 14 yards in losses. Next: Friday at Hiram (5-4) 

3. (3) Jones County (9-0) 

Last week: Beat Ola 23-14. Jones County took a 16-7 lead in the third quarter on Jontavis Robertson’s 63-yard punt return. Robertson also had 63 yards receiving on four catches. Hunter Costlow was 15-of-26 passing for 185 yards and one touchdown. Jones County clinched Region 4. Next: Friday at Stockbridge (7-2) 

4. (4) Warner Robins (8-1) 

Last week: Off. Next: Friday at Veterans (8-1) 

5. (5) Dutchtown (8-1) 

Last week: Beat Eagle’s Landing 27-0. Arendez Fedd was 14-of-18 passing for 183 yards and three touchdowns. Nate McCollom had one of those receptions for 47 yards and threw a 44-yard TD pass to Shemar Nelson. Next: Friday vs. Locust Grove (1-8) 

6. (6) Rome (8-2) 

Last week: Beat Villa Rica 38-6. Ahijah Blackwell rushed for 106 yards and four touchdowns on 15 carries. Adam Peterson had two receptions for 104 yards. Bryson Hill returned a kickoff 92 yards for a touchdown. Rome held Villa Rica to 83 total yards. Next: Playoffs 

7. (7) Wayne County (7-1) 

Last week: Game with Richmond Hill canceled. Next: Friday at Ware County (6-3) 

8. (8) Veterans (8-1) 

Last week: Beat Thomas County Central 27-21. Blake Ethridge (8-of-11 passing, 122 yards) threw a 31-yard TD pass to Justin McCarty for a 24-14 lead midway in the third quarter, and Veterans ended Thomas Central's final drive with a sack at the Veterans 32-yard line. Julian Barnes rushed for 112 yards on 21 carries. Next: Friday vs. Warner Robins (8-1) 

9. (9) Ware County (6-3) 

Last week: Beat New Hampstead 34-6. Thomas Castellanos rushed for 86 yards and two touchdowns on 12 carries, and Ware County relied on its defense to win despite 1-of-9 passing. Next: Friday vs. Wayne County (7-1) 

10. (10) Kell (7-2) 

Last week: Beat Hiram 27-7. Kell forced four turnovers and held Hiram to less than 100 yards of total offense. David Mbadinga rushed for 86 yards. Next: Friday at Woodland-Cartersville (1-8) 

Class AAAA 

1. (2) Cartersville (9-0) 

Last week: Off. Next: Friday at Troup (6-3) 

2. (3) Woodward Academy (9-0) 

Last week: Beat North Clayton 42-8. Mike Wright was 12-of-18 passing for 141 yards and rushed for 149 yards and three touchdowns on six carries. TE/LB Jacorrei Turner had two TD receptions and four tackles for losses. Next: Friday at Luella (4-5) 

3. (4) Blessed Trinity (8-1) 

Last week: Beat Marist 33-30. Aaron Werkheiser was 4-for-4 on field goals and made a 43-yarder in the third overtime before Quinton Reese intercepted a Marist pass to seal the victory that gave Blessed Trinity the Region 7 championship. Blessed Trinity led in total yards 317-264. Next: Friday at White County (5-4) 

4. (1) Marist (9-1) 

Last week: Lost to Blessed Trinity 33-30. Connor Cigeske rushed for 120 yards, scored two touchdowns, one a 77-yard run, and passed for 109 yards but was intercepted twice, once on the final play in the third overtime. Next: Playoffs 

5. (5) Sandy Creek (8-1) 

Last week: Beat Cedartown 34-30. Sandy Creek trailed 23-7 at halftime, took the lead in the fourth quarter on an interception return, gave up the lead when the ensuing kickoff was returned for a touchdown, then scored the game-winner on a 77-yard pass. Matt Williams was 14-of-24 passing for 309 yards and two touchdowns. Next: Friday at Central-Carrollton (3-6) 

6. (7) West Laurens (8-1) 

Last week: Beat Upson-Lee 30-0. D’Eryk Jackson had 10 tackles, two for losses, as West Laurens held Upson-Lee to 24 rushing yards. Shonta Burney gained 110 of West Laurens’ 294 rushing yards on seven carries. Christian Covin rushed for 90 yards; Daniel Dorsey ran for 95. West Laurens moved within a victory of the Region 2 title. Next: Friday vs. Perry (6-3) 

7. (8) Flowery Branch (7-2) 

Last week: Beat West Hall 44-0. Jaizen Ellington rushed for 73 yards and three touchdowns, and Flowery Branch led 37-0 at halftime. Next: Friday at Denmark (6-2) 

8. (9) Oconee County (8-1) 

Last week: Beat North Oconee 35-7. Oconee County forced five turnovers and allowed only nine first downs while clinching Region 8, the Warriors’ first region title since 2015. Max Johnson was 10-of-16 passing for 149 yards and three touchdowns. Jimmy Boswell rushed for 189 yards on 30 carries. Ben Noland had six receptions for 112 yards and two scores. West Weeks had two interceptions. Oconee led 28-0 at halftime. Next: Friday vs. Madison County (4-5) 

9. (10) Carver-Columbus (8-1) 

Last week: Off. Next: Saturday vs. Americus-Sumter (5-4) 

10. (6) North Oconee (9-1) 

Last week: Lost to Oconee County 35-7. North Oconee lost five turnovers and was out of the game by halftime. The Titans’ only touchdown came on Bubba Chandler’s 48-yard pass to Chance Cross late in the third quarter. Next: Playoffs 

Class AAA 

1. (1) Peach County (8-1) 

Last week: Beat Jackson 49-14. Noah Whittington, returning from injury, rushed for 128 yards and two touchdowns on 20 carries. Next: Friday at Westside-Macon (6-3) 

2. (2) Cedar Grove (7-2) 

Last week: Off. Next: Saturday at Stone Mountain (3-6) 

3. (3) Pierce County (9-0) 

Last week: Beat Appling County 23-14. Pierce County held Appling to four first downs and 52 yards of total offense and scored on a 60-yard punt return (Quevien Bell) and 15-yard fumble return (Daytin Baker) on a kickoff. Bell also rushed for 89 yards. The win sets up this week's game for the Region 2 title. Next: Friday at Liberty County (6-1) 

4. (4) Greater Atlanta Christian (8-1) 

Last week: Off. Next: Friday at Fannin County (6-3) 

5. (6) Crisp County (7-3) 

Last week: Beat Cook 35-7. Crisp County clinched Region 1 as Marquis Palmer rushed for 130 yards and two touchdowns on 22 carries. A.J. Lofton passed for 54 yards, rushed for 114 and returned an interception 17 yards for a touchdown. Next: Playoffs 

6. (7) Lovett (7-2) 

Last week: Beat Redan 48-20. Henry Beery rushed for 188 yard and three touchdowns on 14 carries. Michael Hollingsworth rushed for 96 on 12. Blaine McAllister was 10-of-19 passing for 133 yards and three touchdowns. Wells Kamerschen had 2.5 tackles for losses. Next: Friday vs. Westminster (5-4) 

7. (8) Jefferson (8-1) 

Last week: Beat Jackson County 55-0. Jefferson held Jackson County to 47 total yards and intercepted four passes, two returned for touchdowns by Kadin Bailey and Rem Maxwell. Jefferson rushed for 318 yards, led by Colby Clark's 69. Next: Playoffs 

8. (5) Appling County (7-2) 

Last week: Lost to Pierce County 23-14. Appling County scored its touchdowns on a kickoff return and interception return. Appling can tie for first in Region 2 if Liberty County beats Pierce next week but can't be the No. 1 seed because of tiebreakers that involve out-of-region results. Next: Friday vs. Tattnall County (1-8) 

9. (9) Jenkins (8-1) 

Last week: Off. Next: Friday at Benedictine (7-2) 

10. (10) North Murray (8-1) 

Last week: Beat Lakeview-Ft. Oglethorpe 31-0. Ladd McConkey was 12-of-16 passing for 165 yards and three touchdowns and rushed for 156 yards. North Murray overcame early jitters (three first-half turnovers) and clinched Region 6, the 11th-year program's first region title. Next: Friday vs. Sonoraville (5-4) 

Class AA 

1. (1) Rockmart (9-0) 

Last week: Beat Gordon Central 45-7. Javin Whatley passed for 157 yards and rushed for 87. Gordon Central was held to 72 yards. Next: Friday vs. Model (5-4) 

2. (2) Callaway (9-1) 

Last week: Beat Jordan 51-0. Demetrius Coleman threw three TD passes, one a 20-yarder to 315-pound lineman Tate Johnson, and Callaway led 49-0 at halftime. Next: Playoffs 

3. (3) Dublin (9-0) 

Last week: Beat Suwannee, Fla. 77-48. Dublin rushed for 758 yards and 11 touchdowns. The rushing yards qualify for the top 10 recorded totals in NFHS history. JaQues Evans rushed for 375 yards and seven scores on 23 carries. Zion Kemp ran for 252 yards and three touchdowns on 12 carries. Dublin attempted two passes, one that went for a touchdown, the other intercepted. Next: Friday vs. Washington County (6-3) 

4. (4) Hapeville Charter (7-1-1) 

Last week: Beat Washington 41-18. Hapeville Charter clinched its fourth consecutive region title with the victory. Next: Friday at B.E.S.T. Academy (4-5) 

5. (5) Rabun County (9-0) 

Last week: Beat Oglethorpe County 49-0. Gunner Stockton threw six touchdown for the second week in a row, giving him 35 on the season. He was 19-of 25 passing for 260 yards. Brandon Hicks had six receptions for 120 yards and three touchdowns. Next: Friday at Union County (9-0) 

6. (7) Bleckley County (7-2) 

Last week: Beat Dodge County 41-34. Bleckley County took a 27-6 lead into halftime but sweated out Dodge’s comeback. Bryce Bailey scored on a 66-yard run in the fourth quarter for a 41-27 lead. Bailey finished with 142 yards rushing. Dominic Sasser was 13-of-21 passing for 174 yards and two touchdowns. Dodge RB Daylon Gordon rushed for 239 yards. Next: Friday at Southwest (3-6) 

7. (8) Union County (9-0) 

Last week: Beat Social Circle 41-6. Pierson Allison was 9-of-13 passing for 251 yards and two touchdowns. Jonah Daniels rushed for 128 yards and three touchdowns on nine carries. Sawyer Drake had three receptions for 103 yards. Next: Friday vs. Rabun County (9-0) 

8. (10) Thomasville (5-4) 

Last week: Off. Next: Friday at Early County (5-4) 

9. (NR) Brooks County (5-4) 

Last week: Beat Fitzgerald 28-24. Trailing 24-13 entering the fourth quarter, Brooks scored two touchdowns to win a game that decided the No. 2 seed in Region 1. Jamal Sanders' 6-yard TD run in the final minute (his only carry of the game) was the game-winner. Omari Arnold rushed for 136 yards on 17 carries. Next: Friday vs. Berrien (2-7) 

10. (6) Swainsboro (7-2) 

Last week: Lost to Jeff Davis 21-14. Swainsboro was held to 216 yards of total offense and had no answer for Jeff Davis RB Jashaun Kirby, who rushed for 176 yards. Swainsboro will get a second chance to clinch the Region 2 title this week. Next: Friday vs. Toombs County (6-2) 

Out: No. 9 Washington County (6-3) 

Class A (Private) 

1. (1) Athens Academy (9-0) 

Last week: Beat Hebron Christian 27-0. The game was played with a running clock and Hebron benched its starters as the teams will meet again this week for the region title. Palmer Bush was 8-of-8 passing for 98 yards and a touchdown. Deion Colzie returned interception 10 yards for a touchdown. Next: Friday at Hebron Christian (6-3) 

2. (2) Holy Innocents’ (9-0) 

Last week: Beat Landmark Christian 56-14. Holy Innocents’ put up 430 total yards - 402 in the first half while building a 56-14 lead. Michael Cox rushed for 131 yards and two touchdowns. Matt Davis rushed for 148 yards and three touchdowns. Holy Innocents’ clinched Region 5 and its first region title since 2009 while ending Eagle’s Landing Christian’s streak of nine region championships. Next: Friday vs. Our Lady of Mercy (0-9) 

3. (3) Eagle’s Landing Christian (8-1) 

Last week: Beat Mount Vernon Presbyterian 56-3. David Wingfield had three tackles for losses, two sacks and one forced fumble. Devon Dorsey returned an interception 90 yards for a touchdown. Justin Robinson returned a fumble 55 yards for a touchdown and caught a 69-yard touchdown pass. ELCA scored 40 points or more for the ninth straight time, tying a state record (2011 Thomson) for the most to open a season. Next: Friday vs. Landmark Christian (2-7) 

4. (4) Darlington (9-0) 

Last week: Beat North Cobb Christian 21-6. Griffin Brewster was 24-of-36 passing for 238 yards. Kolin Rogers rushed for 77 yards on 22 carries. Trystin Wright had eight receptions for 93 yards. The victory was No. 150 as a coach for Tommy Atha. Next: Friday at Fellowship Christian (9-0) 

5. (5) Fellowship Christian (9-0) 

Last week: Beat Whitefield Academy 31-9. Murphy Reeves rushed for 219 of Fellowship’s 438 yards on the ground. Fellowship was 0-for-6 passing and failed to score at least 42 points for the first time. Next: Friday vs. Darlington (9-0) 

6. (6) Wesleyan (7-2) 

Last week: Beat Strong Rock Christian 45-13. Wesleyan trailed 13-0 before J.C. French got on the field, but the quarterback finished 20-of-29 passing for 311 yards and five touchdowns, two to Cooper Blauser, who had six receptions for 141 yards. Next: Friday at Trinity Christian (7-2) 

7. (7) Prince Avenue Christian (7-2) 

Last week: Beat George Walton Academy 41-13. Brock Vandagriff was 20-of-27 passing for 338 yards and four touchdowns. Logan Johnson had five receptions for 120 yards. Next: Friday at Lakeview Academy (2-6) 

8. (8) Christian Heritage (8-1) 

Last week: Beat Gordon Lee 28-0. Christian Thomas was 8-of-12 passing for 140 yards and rushed for 89 yards. Evan Lester had four receptions for 100 yards and two touchdowns. Next: Friday at Whitefield Academy (7-2) 

9. (10) Savannah Country Day (9-0) 

Last week: Beat Calvary Day 49-14. Barry Kleinpeter was 14-of-20 passing for 263 yards and three touchdowns, and he intercepted a pass on defense. Davion Smith rushed for 162 yards on 15 carries. Both are sophomores. Erik Brown, a junior, had five receptions for 126 yards and two touchdowns. Kenneth Reedy had two sacks. Next: Friday vs. Johnson County (8-1) 

10. (NR) Mount de Sales (9-0) 

Last week: Beat Wilkinson County 21-7. Dexter Williams passed for 192 yards and two touchdowns. Mount de Sales allowed only 41 yards of total offense and surrendered a touchdown when Wilkinson returned a blocked field-goal attempt for a touchdown. Next: Friday vs. Aquinas (8-1) 

Out: No. 9 Hebron Christian (6-3) 

Class A (Public) 

1. (1) Irwin County (8-0) 

Last week: Beat Atkinson County 52-0. Jamorri Colson rushed for 146 yards and two touchdowns on two carries of 75 and 71 yards. Gabriel Benyard rushed for 94 yards and a touchdown on three carries. Irwin led 39-0 at halftime and clinched Region 2. Next: Friday vs. Turner County (6-3) 

2. (2) Clinch County (8-1) 

Last week: Beat Charlton County 48-0. Clinch County rushed for 384 yards and won easily despite going 1-for-10 passing. Tyler Morehead rushed for 81 yards and three touchdowns and returned an interception for a touchdown. The margin was the largest in the history of the series, which Clinch leads 30-28-1. Next: Friday at Telfair County (4-5) 

3. (3) Pelham (9-0) 

Last week: Beat Seminole County 41-0. Kendrick Patterson rushed for 99 yards and a touchdown on eight carries and threw for 96 yards and three touchdowns. Brantley Shiver threw two TD passes, giving Pelham five in the game. Next: Friday at Mitchell County (8-1) 

4. (4) Wilcox County (7-2) 

Last week: Beat Turner County 22-7. Desmond Tisdol rushed for 78 yards and a touchdown, had two sacks on defense and put three of his five punts inside the 20-yard line. Wilcox County led 224-164 in total offense. Next: Friday vs. Atkinson County (3-6) 

5. (5) Mitchell County (8-1) 

Last week: Beat Randolph-Clay 70-0. Mitchell County beat a winless opponent ahead of its Region 1 championship game. Next: Friday vs. Pelham (9-0) 

6. (6) Commerce (7-2) 

Last week: Beat Riverside Military 51-21. Commerce rushed for 478 yards and built a 45-7 lead. Sam Roach (102) and Tyelon Brock (101) each went over 100 yards on the ground. Next: Friday vs. George Walton Academy (6-3) 

7. (7) Lincoln County (7-2) 

Last week: Beat Hancock Central 49-14. Kolbi Ferguson rushed for 219 yards and six touchdowns and went over 1,000 yards rushing (1,165) on the season. Next: Friday at Tattnall Square (5-4) 

8. (8) Bowdon (7-2) 

Last week: Beat Trion 35-19. Gage Stephens rushed for 217 yards and four touchdowns on 12 carries. Trion ran 64 plays to Bowdon’s 30 and rushed for 272 yards, but Bowdon made two critical fourth-down stops to keep the Bulldogs at bay. Next: Friday at St. Francis (6-3) 

9. (9) Manchester (7-2) 

Last week: Beat Schley County 34-20. Anthony Ferguson rushed for 128 yards and two touchdowns on 19 carries, and Morgan Raymond passed for 125 yards and three touchdowns. His 35-yarder in the fourth quarter allowed Manchester to break away after Schley got within 28-20. Next: Friday at Dooly County (4-5) 

10. (10) Johnson County (8-1) 

Last week: Beat Wheeler County 34-0. Johnson County led 28-0 at halftime and held Wheeler County to minus-1 yards of total offense. Germivy Tucker rushed for 91 yards on 11 carries. Aiden Greenway had 1.5 tackles for losses. Next: Friday at Savannah Country Day (9-0) 

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