SUWANEE – North Forsyth took on the top seed from Region 6-7A in the North Gwinnett Bulldogs, and they showed the Raiders why they’re considered to be one of the top teams in the state, beating them 55-7 on Friday night. After forcing the Raiders (5-6) into a three-and-out on the game’s opening possession, Jimmy Urzua hit Josh Downs on a 67-yard bomb down the middle of the field on the Bulldogs’ first play from scrimmage. Each of those events became common occurrences on Friday night.
The game plan for Lambert (3-7, 1-4 Region 5-7A) seemed pretty simple: Give the ball to No. 5 and let him do his thing, and that is exactly what he did on Friday night. Chatelain carried the ball 30 times and rushed for 238 yards and four touchdowns. Even more impressive was that 184 of those yards came in the second half. “Marcus (Chatelain) has been everything for this program for four years,” Lambert head coach Louis Daniel said. “He’s an ideal citizen, he’s got a wonderful attitude, personality.
A second half surge gave St. Francis a 28-23 victory over Pinecrest Academy in Cumming on Friday night. After trailing 17-7 at the half, St. Francis outscored the Paladins 21-6 in the game’s final two quarters. “They played hard,” Pinecrest head coach Terance Mathis said. “That’s all I can say. And we had a chance at the end. More growing pains. For all of us, myself included.”Pinecrest (1-8, 0-7 Region 6-1A, Div.
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