Atlanta High School Sports news from the AJC
November 7, 2014 - Roswell, Ga: Blessed Trinity fullback Jake Bogosian (8) celebrates with teammates after their win over Cedar Grove Friday November 7, 2014, in Roswell, Ga.. Blessed Trinity won 28-21 to win the region championship. JASON GETZ / SPECIAL

Woodward Academy cruises to Region 4 title

2:37 pm Oct. 22, 2016

Region 4 crowned its champion on Friday as Woodward Academy demolished Luella 56-0, however, the rest of the seven regions haven’t been mathematically clinched yet.

The War Eagles opened up a 21-0 lead in the first quarter with two Ryan Glover touchdown passes and a 7-yard Glover touchdown run. Two Jalen Polk touchdown runs and a 20-yard touchdown run by Tahj Gary in the second quarter grew the lead to 42-0

Class AAA picture becomes a bit clearer in Week 10

10:18 am Oct. 22, 2016

What did Week 10 of the high school football season show us? Some teams are right where they should be in the Class AAA ratings. Others are trying to regain form after playing through injuries. And all of them are trying to get the No. 1 seed for the playoffs.


— Top-ranked Greater Atlanta Christian kept its region play spotless with a 42-14 victory against North Hall. Stanford commitment Davis

Friday night recap: Week 10

10:01 am Oct. 22, 2016

This week featured by some high profile matchups involving ranked AA teams, and both of those games came with huge playoff implications.

The No. 2 Fitzgerald Purple Hurricane all but locked up Region 1 with its

Friday review: Woodstock, Brookwood, Lassiter score big wins

9:42 am Oct. 22, 2016

Here’s a recap of what happened Friday in the high class …

Short version – Two county rivalries went to overtime –Woodstock beat Cherokee 50-42 in Cherokee (see Cherokee Tribune story), and Brookwood beat Parkview 24-23 in Gwinnett (See Stan Awtrey’s story.)  … Lassiter won another county rivalry game vs. Walton 13-7 in Cobb (See Chip Saye’s story.) … No. 1 Roswell needed a fourth-quarter comeback to beat

Landmark earns signature win; Fellowship and Mt. Zion on collision course

3:53 am Oct. 22, 2016

Signature win for Landmark
In what head coach Wayne Brantley said was one of the best wins in the illustrious history of the Landmark Christian School program, the War Eagles, ranked No. 3 (Private), scored 14 points in the fourth quarter to stun No. 2 Wesleyan, 21-17, ruining the Wolves’ homecoming weekend. And Landmark made its comeback running right at Wesleyan in the wildcat formation, featuring freshman Dalton Colburn and senior

Blessed Trinity 28, Marist 26

1:25 am Oct. 22, 2016

Throughout the week in practice, Steele Chambers was a focal point of Blessed Trinity’s offensive gameplan. This keen strategy worked to perfection in live action as the sophomore running back carved up host-squad Marist’s defense for three touchdowns to pace the Titans to a 28-26 victory.

With the win, Blessed Trinity improves to 7-2 and takes sole possession of first place in Region 7-AAAA with an unbeaten mark of 3-0.

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Brookwood 24, Parkview 23 OT

12:30 am Oct. 22, 2016

Perhaps it was only fitting on the night they celebrated the 20th anniversary of Brookwood’s first state championship team, that the Broncos would find a way to score a dramatic win over their most bitter

Lassiter 13, Walton 7

11:43 pm Oct. 21, 2016

Lassiter was 5-0 and ranked No. 6 in Class AAAAAAA two weeks ago but found itself in an uncomfortable spot – tied for last place in Region 4-AAAAAAA – after losing to Roswell and Woodstock