Allatoona 45, Coffee 14

10:22 pm Nov. 21, 2014

Fourth-ranked Allatoona leaned heavily on Russell Halimon this year on its way to 11 straight wins to open the season. Class AAAAA’s leading rusher did his thing again Friday night, but in an 45-14 win over second-ranked Coffee, the Buccaneers showed a wealth of offensive weapons.

Halimon ran 29 times for 213 yards and two touchdowns and crossed the 2,000-yard mark for the season on a 33-yard scoring run in the

Creekside 34, Stephenson 27

1:01 am Nov. 8, 2014

Creekside, No. 6 in Class AAAAA, won its second consecutive region championship with a 34-27 win over No. 8 Stephenson, Friday night at Creekside’s Arrowhead Stadium.

The Seminoles (8-2, 4-1 in Region 6), the defending state champions, had defeated the Jaguars (7-3, 5-1) earlier this season, 28-14.

It didn’t take long for Creekside to jump out to a 7-0 lead. The Seminoles started the game by recovering an onside kick at midfield. 

Kell 16 Dalton 14

11:03 pm Nov. 7, 2014

By Robert Haddocks

The cardiac kids from Kell struck again. And this time it won them a region championship and put a bow on an undefeated season.

Bryson Armstrong caught a three-yard yard touchdown with seven seconds remaining to give Kell an improbable 16-14 win over Dalton. It appeared the game was lost when Armstrong leaped high to catch a pass in the corner of the end zone but, after deliberation, he

Drew 40, Mundy’s Mill 28

12:20 am Oct. 18, 2014

In a game where both teams came in averaging 40 points per game, not much defense was expected in Friday night’s Drew-Mundy’s Mill match up.  The offenses didn’t disappoint in the first half.

But the Drew defense showed up in the second half, and with the help of some mistakes by Mundy’s Mill the Titans pitched a shutout in the final two quarters en route to a 40-28 win at Twelve

Maxwell’s Week Seven Playoff Projections

7:11 am Oct. 8, 2014

Below are the current Maxwell Ratings’ playoff projections for each class.

The Maxwell Ratings playoff projections are based on a Monte Carlo simulation of the 2014 season. The simulation completed 1,000,000 seasons and teams with 1,000 or more championship wins in the simulation are shown.

While the Maxwell Ratings reflect each team’s strength, the simulation highlights the impact of the season’s structure as defined by the games, region alignments, and playoff brackets.

All

Creekside 13, Mays 7

10:48 pm Oct. 3, 2014

Creekside’s starting offensive line walked behind as their teammates entered the field before the Seminoles’ Region 6-AAAAA tilt with Mays. That massive group led the rest of the way however, besting the Raiders’ defensive line in a 13-7 tug-of-war Friday night.

Behind homecoming king Marquell Harrell and several other major college prospects, Bricen Terry ran for 176 yards on 40 carries and gave Creekside (5-1, 3-0 in Region 6-AAAAA) a leg

Creekside 28, Stephenson 14

11:04 pm Sep. 19, 2014

As a journalist made his way to the press box before Creekside took the field against visiting Stephenson, a Seminole fan shouted, “Where’s the write up on Bricen Terry? He’s the best back in the state.”

The fan might be right.

The 5-9, 210-pound senior slashed and rumbled his way to 208 yards on 29 carries, including a 3-yard touchdown run late, to lead the Seminoles (4-1, 1-0 in Region 6-AAAAA), ranked