Friday, January 11, 2013
Who do you think will win Sunday's game?
Confident in the home team, Fulton County's Chairman John Eaves made a friendly wager over the outcome of Sunday’s Falcons/Seattle Seahawks playoff game with Washington's King County Executive Dow Constantine. The two conversed via webcam Thursday; the video can be seen online, it is also attached to this article. “Fulton County and the entire metro Atlanta region are rooting for the Falcons and are proud of their efforts to make it to the playoffs”, said Eaves. ”We are happy to join Executive Constantine in supporting our champions on the field and in business. Go Falcons!” Executive Constantine is putting up coffee from Seattle companies – Starbucks along with several small roasters. Chairman Eaves is wagering Coca-Cola products, which …
Friday, December 2, 2011
We're down to 20 teams and 10 games in the Georgia High School Association's football playoffs.
Update: We apologize for the technical difficulties we experienced Friday night and this morning, but the scoreboard is complete now. The matchups for the Georgia Dome next week are Walton vs. Grayson, AAAAA; Lovejoy vs. Tucker, AAAA; Burke County vs. Peach County, AAA; Calhoun vs. Buford, AA; and Savannah Christian vs. Landmark Christian, A. The 2011 Georgia High School Association football playoffs move into the semifinals tonight, one game from the Georgia Dome, and we'll bring you all the scores as quickly as we can. Let us know who you're rooting for in the comment space below, share your predictions or post updates if you're at a game. If you have photos or videos, share them with the community by clicking on "Add photos," or email …
Friday, November 25, 2011
It's the Thanksgiving football edition of the GHSA playoffs, and Patch will keep you updated throughout the night until we have all the final scores.
Friday, November 25, 2011
The 2011 Georgia High School Association football playoffs move into the third round tonight, and we'll bring you all the scores as quickly as we can. Let us know who you're rooting for in the comment space below, share your predictions or post updates if you're at a game. If you have photos or videos, share them with the community by clicking on "Add photos," or email us at GaPatchSports@gmail.com. You also can follow our updates on Twitter (@GaPatchSports). To see the GHSA brackets, click the following links:
Saturday, November 19, 2011
Undefeated Lamar County scored 21 straight points in 28-14 victory.
Blessed Trinity’s successful football season, which included its first playoff victory last week, ended with a 28-14 loss at Lamar County Friday night in the Class AA second round. The Titans (7-5), who also were the Region 6-AA, Division B champs, could not withstand a second-half rally by the undefeated Trojans (12-0), who scored on two long touchdown runs after the game was tied 14-14 at halftime. Lamar scored the game’s final 21 points. Blessed Trinity held leads of 7-0 on a Spencer McManes TD pass in the first quarter and 14-7 on Jordan Denson’s 7-yard run with five minutes left in the second quarter. But Lamar went on a 91-yard drive and scored with three second left in the half to tie the score and turn the momentum This report …
Friday, November 18, 2011
We're following all the scores from all the classifications in the second week of the Georgia High School Association football playoffs.
Friday, November 18, 2011
The 2011 Georgia High School Association football playoffs enter the second round tonight, and we'll bring you all the scores as quickly as we can. Let us know who you're rooting for in the comment space below, share your predictions or post updates if you're at a game. If you have photos or videos, share them with the community by clicking on "Add photos," or email us at GaPatchSports@gmail.com. You also can follow our updates on Twitter (@GaPatchSports). To see the GHSA brackets, click the following links:
Thursday, November 17, 2011
Blessed Trinity (7-4) plays at Lamar County (11-0) in the second round of the Class AA football playoffs.
Are you concerned about Blessed Trinity's chances of beating undefeated Lamar County Friday night and advancing in the Class AA football playoffs? Don't be. Here are five reasons why the Titans can — and will — win: 1. They Have the Right Man in Charge: Head Coach Tim McFarlin knows his way around the gridiron. In his first year at Blessed Trinity, McFarlin already has led the Titans to their best season in history with the potential for more. The coach is a Roswell institution, having led the Hornets of Roswell High to 82 wins and a state championship in 10 seasons from 1998 to 2007. 2. It's Titan Time: Blessed Trinity has put some competitive teams on the field in previous seasons, but has never been past the first round until this year…
Saturday, November 12, 2011
Need a score? Have a score? Want to comment on your team? Do it all here. UPDATED THROUGH THE EVENING
Here are selected high school football playoff scores from Nov. 11 involving schools from DeKalb, Gwinnett, Fulton and Forsyth counties. Home team is listed second. Class AAAAA Class AAAA Class AA Class A This scoring list is compiled from reports by Patch staff and correspondents at games; email, phone and social media reports from schools, boosters and coaches; and scoring lists posted on other Georgia Patch sites.
Friday, November 11, 2011
The Titans thrash visiting Heard County 44-19 in the first round of the Class AA Playoffs
The fall air was frigid in Roswell Friday, but the Titans of Blessed Trinity (7-4) were on fire as they demolished the visiting Heard County Braves 44-19 in the opening round of the Georgia High School Association Class AA playoffs. The Titans dominated the game on both sides of the ball as the Braves struggled all evening. The Titans received the opening kick off and got things rolling straight out of the gate. The stellar combination of junior quarterback Spencer McManes and classmate running back Jordan Denson led Blessed Trinity to the first score of the game, less than two minutes after kickoff. After a missed extra point, the Titans took an early lead of 6-0. Denson broke 1,000 rushing yards for the season in the game. After a quick …
Centennial finishes the season 5-6 after 48-27 loss to the Blue Devils.
Centennial kept with Marietta for most of the first half, but ultimately was worn down by the Blue Devils 48-27 Friday in the first round of the Class AAAAA football playoffs. The Knights (5-6) led 6-0 early and then trailed only 15-13 before Marietta went on a 13-0 run and take control at 28-13. Centennial pulled to within 28-19 before halftime, but that was as close as it would come. Knights quarterback Jimmy Meyer had a standout game, rushing for three 1-yard touchdowns, and a completing a 46-yard touchdown pass for Christian Robinson. Check back with Patch for more on the playoffs.