Lassiter 13, Walton 7
How the game was won: After two straight loses, the Trojans were looking to get back into the win column. Lassiter used a 35-yard field goal to take an early 3-0 lead. Walton answered with a touchdown to gain a 7-3 lead, but just before the half Lassiter’s Bradley Riopelle linked up with Dawson Brown for a 70-yard touchdown pass and gave Lassier the 10-7 lead. Carsten Link extended the Trojan lead to 13-6 with a third quarter field goal to clinch the win.
Top Performers: Link hit two field goals on the night, which proved to be the difference. Riopelle completed his only touchdown pass of the night to Brown.
Allatoona 29, Sequoyah 7
How the game was won: Allatoona took care of business on homecoming after Sequoyah hung around in the first half, playing the Buccaneers to a 0-0 draw after the first period and then trailing at the half 14-7. A Charles Anderson third quarter touchdown proved to put the game officially out of reach for a Chiefs offense that couldn’t find its footing.
Top Performers: Adrian Boyd found the end zone to give Allatoona a 7-0 lead with 8:59 to play in the second quarter. Sequoyah quickly answered back on a Collier Pecht post pass to Cole Jacobs at the 6:30 mark. Harassed all night, Pecht was gobbled up by Michael Robinson and Patrick Daniels for a safety that made the score 22-7 in the third.
Dalton 31, Harrison 14
How the game was won: In a Top 10 showdown featuring a pair of undefeated teams in Region 6, Dalton shutout Harrison in the second half to pull away with 17 unanswered points in Carpet Country.
Top Performers: Quarterback JP Tighe ran in a 5-yard touchdown run before Harrison’s play caller Justin Fields answered with an 80-yard keeper. The Hoyas inched ahead 14-7 on a Fields 11-yard pass to Steven Peterson. Ahmaad Tanner broke loose to score on a 51-yard touchdown run to knot the game up at the half. A Harrison Hughes pick-six set the tone in the second half for Dalton. Ivan Mora added a field goal to make it 24-14 heading into the fourth before Tanner struck again, this time on a 42-yard run to put the game out of reach.
Carrollton 34, Kell 14
East Coweta 37, Pebblebrook 0
North Cobb 31, Marietta 16
Wheeler 38, Campbell 26
Creekview 42, South Cobb 0
Hillgrove 34, Kennesaw Mountain 22
Chattahoochee 48, Pope 42