Atlanta High School Sports news from the AJC

AA in brief: Gordon Central halts 21-game skid

11:02 am Oct. 17, 2017

There was a slight shakeup in the Class AA polls after Heard County beat Callaway but other than that, it remains largely intact. Callaway dropped from No. 5 to No. 10, which was Heard County’s

Friday night roundup: FINAL

10:41 pm Oct. 13, 2017


Brookwood 52, Central Gwinnett 28

Central Gwinnett held an early lead, but the Brookwood Broncos took over for the final three quarters and defeated the Black Knights at home. Quarterback Angelo DiSpigna threw the first of his three touchdown passes to Cameron Barrington (28 yards) to tie it at 7-7 midway through the first quarter and his second to Matthew Hill (20 yards) to answer Jarren Williams’ QB keeper and

GOTW: Callaway at Heard County

10:36 am Oct. 12, 2017

Callaway Cavaliers at Heard County Braves
When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Staples Stadium, Franklin
Records, rankings: Callaway is 6-0 overall, 1-0 in Region 5-AA and No. 5; Heard County is 5-1, 1-0 and No. 10.
Last meeting: Callaway won 24-14 in

Friday night roundup: FINAL

10:29 pm Oct. 6, 2017


Central Gwinnett 59, Berkmar 0

The Central Gwinnett Black Knights defeated visiting Berkmar for their first comfortable win of the season. Jarren Williams threw three touchdowns in the first half (to Khmari Thompson, Justin Wilkins and Jallah Zeze) and ran for another, and Kevon Blackwood’s blocked punt recovery in the end zone put the Black Knights up 38-0 at the half. Williams scored his fifth touchdown on a 45-yard run

GOTW: Dublin at Dodge County

10:56 am Oct. 5, 2017

Every Thursday, Class AA blogger Adam Krohn will preview a game of the week (GOTW).

Dublin Fighting Irish at Dodge County Indians
When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Memorial Stadium, Eastman
Records, rankings: Dublin is 4-2 overall, 2-0 in Region 3-AA

AA in brief: Fitzgerald exits rankings

12:14 pm Oct. 3, 2017

For the first time in three weeks, the Class AA rankings have a new look. With No. 10 Fitzgerald suffering a loss to Tift County, it dropped to 1-4 and exited the rankings, possibly signaling