Middle Georgia’s Sunday Morning Quarterback

jheeter@macon.comOctober 13, 2012 

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Davion Anderson, Northeast: Anderson completed 8-of-10 passes for 152 yards and two touchdowns and rushed for 44 yards and another touchdown in a win over Taylor County.

Marcus Brown, Dodge County: Brown rushed for 120 yards and four touchdowns and added six tackles and a fumble recovery in one half of play during the Indians’ 47-0 win over Wheeler County.

Channin Hamilton, Dooly County: Hamilton rushed for 161 yards and two touchdowns and caught a touchdown pass in the Bobcats’ shutout win over Central-Talbotton.

Keyshawn Lowe, Peach County: Lowe rushed for 199 yards on 27 carries in the Trojans’ 34-13 win over Jackson.

Demarcus Robinson, Peach County: Robinson only caught four passes for 66 yards in a win over Jackson, but three of those receptions went for touchdowns.

Chris Sealey, John Milledge: Sealey caught four passes for 119 yards and two touchdowns in a 68-0 win over CFCA.

Caleb Shipp, Windsor: Shipp rushed for 233 yards and three touchdowns in a 27-13 win over Covenant.

Brooks Stroud, FPD: Stroud rushed for 110 yards and three touchdowns and passed for 123 yards and two touchdowns in a win over Twiggs County.

Juhan Walker, Jones County: Walker rushed for 216 yards and a touchdown on 14 carries in a win over Evans.

Myles White, Houston County: White caught 11 passes for 143 yards and a touchdown and returned a punt 72 yards for a score in a loss to Lakeside-Evans.

Undre Williams, Jones County: Williams rushed for 209 yards and five touchdowns on just 12 carries in a win over Evans.

What we learned

Region 4-AA is unpredictable: It’s hard to know what will happen week to week in Region 4-AA. The only certainly: Northeast and Bleckley County are both very good. Everything else changes weekly. A few weeks after Taylor County held Lamar County to 15 points, the Vikings lost by 28 to Northeast, which lost by 36 to Lamar County last week. Coming off two games in which it outscored its opponents 104-6, Macon County lost by 51 to Bleckley County.


Westside at Baldwin, Friday: The Region 2-AAAA champion could very well come from the winner of this matchup. Both teams have just one loss -- Westside to Northside and Baldwin to Washington County -- and explosiveness offenses.

Perry at Veterans, Friday: Veterans is seeking its first win over rival Perry, but this could be more worth more than bragging rights. The loser puts itself in a bad position in terms of the playoff race.

Houston County at Warner Robins, Friday: The Bears are in desperate need of a victory, but it would have to come against a very talented and explosive Demons team.

Northside at Jones County, Friday: Undre Williams keeps piling up yards, but the Jones County running back will face his biggest challenge against the Eagles’ powerful defensive line.

East Laurens at Laney, Friday: The Falcons can move closer to their first region championship since 1991 and only their second ever with a road win against the talented Wildcats.

Taylor County at Bleckley County, Friday: After playing Lamar County tight, Taylor County had a setback against Northeast. The Vikings are now the only thing standing in the way of a Lamar County-Bleckley County battle for the region championship.

Wilcox County at Clinch County, Friday: The Patriots bounced back from a road loss to Charlton County nicely with a blowout win over Turner County. The Rebels beat Charlton County, so a region championship is still out there for Wilcox County.

Marion County at Dooly County, Friday: Dooly County already has beaten Brookstone, so the Bobcats have two tough ones left beginning with Marion County. The Bobcats may go a long way towards winning the Region 4-A championship with a win over Marion County.

Westfield at Deerfield-Windsor, Friday: Westfield has lost seven straight to the Knights, and the Hornets haven’t won in Albany since 2005. If they can clear this hurdle, the Hornets could win the region championship with a win over Bulloch Academy on Oct. 26.

Stratford at Heritage, Friday: Stratford came from behind to beat Trinity Christian-Sharpsburg, but the Eagles probably are going to need to play better to win on the road against the unbeaten Hawks.

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