Four Questions with Mays coach Corey Jarvis

7:20 am Oct. 5, 2015

GHSF Daily asked Georgia head coaches to answer these four questions. We’ll report from a different head coach each day.

Corey Jarvis, Mays

*1. What is the most memorable game you’ve been a part of as a


Druid Hills 34, Dunwoody 0

10:57 pm Oct. 3, 2015


DeKalb County

Druid Hills 34, Dunwoody 0

How the game was won: Druid Hills took a 14-0 lead into the second quarter and increased the lead to 20-0 at the half with Arquese Geter’s third rushing touchdown. The Red Devils grew the lead to 34-0 in the third quarter and closed out the game with more than 300 total rushing yards.

Top performers: Druid Hills senior Arquese Geter fueled the rushing attack with three first

A Whitefield player warms up before a high school football game against Mount Paran Christian, Friday, Aug. 28, 2015, in Kennesaw, Ga.  BRANDEN CAMP/SPECIAL

Saturday football, softball and volleyball scores

10:33 pm Oct. 3, 2015

By Score Atlanta

Arabia Mountain 24, Stone Mountain 0

Druid Hills 34, Dunwoody 0


Schley County 12, Taylor County 2

Thomas County Central 7, Wayne County 2

Wayne County 8-14, Burke County 0-2


Allatoona 2, McAdory (AL) 0

Blessed Trinity 2, Sandy Creek 0

Cambridge 2, Westminster 0

Camden County 2, 0

Camden County 2, South Effingham 0

Clarke Central 2, Providence Christian 0

Columbus 2, Blessed Trinity 0

Dorman (SC) 2, North Cobb 1

Etowah 2, Cherokee 0

Etowah 2, River Ridge 0

Etowah 2,

Model loses; Wesleyan struggles

8:38 pm Oct. 3, 2015

All of this week’s ranked teams either won or enjoyed a bye, except for No. 8 Model, which lost 28-22 to No. 6 Darlington. The loss could possibly knock the Blue Devils out of the

Stephenson’s Gartrell picks up 200th win

12:36 pm Oct. 3, 2015

Stephenson’s Ron Gartrell collected his 200th career coaching victory when his Jaguars opened subregion play Friday night with a 34-0 victory over Miller Grove.

Gartrell became only the second coach in DeKalb County Schools history to

DeKalb middle school games postponed; Burke County’s big win

10:27 am Oct. 3, 2015

Burke County held off Thomson 26-20 on Friday in the first of two meetings between the Region 3-AAAA favorites.

Quarterback Caleeb Roberson rushed for two touchdowns in the third quarter, and Aquavious Evans and Keenan Parker also ran for touchdowns for Burke County, which improved to 5-1 on the season. The Bears’ only loss came to North Augusta, a powerhouse 5A program out of South Carolina.

Thomson (4-1) got within 26-20 early