Prep football update

October 3, 2012 

Prep football update

RESULTS FROM LAST WEEK

VETERANS 32, RUTLAND 13

The Warhawks rallied from a 13-7 halftime deficit. Sophomore cornerback D.J. Rozier intercepted a pair of endzone throws to lead Veterans’ defense.

BALDWIN 28, PERRY 13

The Panthers couldn’t overcome early offensive miscues. Perry turned the ball over three times and managed only five first downs.

WARNER ROBINS 34, EVANS 6

Danny Hite Jr., returned from an ankle injury and gave the Demons 141 yards rushing and a touchdown in their Region 2-AAAAA opener.

WESTFIELD 17, STRATFORD 13

Quarterback Evan Williams hooked up with Asa Coody for a decisive fourth-quarter touchdown pass play.

GROVETOWN 27, HOUSTON COUNTY 23

Several big plays by Grovetown quarterback Juwan Biggers did in the Bears. His four touchdowns, including one on a kickoff return, covered 317 yards.

NORTHSIDE 56, LAKESIDE-EVANS 0

Two weeks after yielding more than 400 yards of offense to Westside-Macon, the Eagles rebounded with three interception returns for touchdowns. Two of them came from junior Darius Holmes.

PREVIEWS FOR UPCOMING GAMES

JONES COUNTY (3-1) at WARNER ROBINS (3-1),

Thursday, 7 p.m. Greyhounds’ running back Undre Williams already has 545 yards and 12 touchdowns rushing.

NORTHSIDE (4-0) at HOUSTON COUNTY (2-2),

Friday, 7:30 p.m. The Bears have yielded several long scoring plays this year. Northside is very capable of producing them on offense.

WEST LAURENS (3-2) at PERRY (2-3),

Friday, 7:30 p.m. The Panthers play at home for the first time since Sept. 7. Expect a stout defense from the Raiders, who feature Georgia commit Johnny O’Neal at inside linebacker.

VETERANS (2-3) at HOWARD (0-5),

Friday, 7:30 p.m. Warhawks have the chance to get to .500 for the first time in their history, aside from opening day games.

PEACH COUNTY (4-0) at HENRY COUNTY (1-4),

Friday, 7:30 p.m. The top-ranked Trojans open region play on the road.

BYE: WESTFIELD

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