Prep football update

October 24, 2012 

RESULTS FROM LAST WEEK

WARNER ROBINS 49, HOUSTON COUNTY 34

Myles White of Houston County scored on the opening kickoff and on the final play from scrimmage. In between, however, Demons’ running back D.D. Wright ran for four touchdowns and over 200 yards.

NORTHSIDE 35, JONES COUNTY 0

The Eagles defense recorded its third shutout and also scored a pair of touchdowns. Curtis Martin ran for two touchdowns.

DEERFIELD-WINDSOR 28, WESTFIELD 7

Hornets quarterback Evan Williams was sacked six times as Westfield lost to its rival for the eighth straight time.

PEACH COUNTY 51, CENTRAL-MACON 0

The Trojans allowed just 31 yards of total offense and forced two turnovers. Peach County quarterback Greg Williams completed 13-of-16 passes and threw for a pair of touchdowns.

PERRY 21, VETERANS 17

Tim Yalcin put the Warhawks up 17-14 with a third-quarter field goal, but Perry’s A.J. Riley returned the ensuing kickoff for a touchdown and victory.

PREVIEWS FOR UPCOMING GAMES

GREENBRIER (1-6) at NORTHSIDE (7-0), 7:30 p.m. Friday: This game should present plenty of Northside reserves the chance to show out before a Homecoming crowd.

WARNER ROBINS (6-1) at GROVETOWN (2-5), 7:30 p.m. Friday: The Warriors are playoff contenders, but they’ll struggle here.

PEACH COUNTY (7-0) at PIKE COUNTY (4-3), 7:30 p.m. Friday: The Trojans hit the road for the fourth time in five weeks before next week’s region showdown with Carver-Columbus.

WESTSIDE-MACON (6-1) at PERRY (4-3), 7:30 p.m. Friday: The Panthers defense has been great all year, but Perry will need some offense to take down the Seminoles.

VETERANS (3-4) at WEST LAURENS (4-3), 7:30 p.m. Friday: This amounts to an elimination game for playoff consideration.

BULLOCH ACADEMY (6-1) at WESTFIELD (6-1), 7:30 p.m. Friday: With Deerfield’s dominance, this game could decide a home playoff game.

EVANS (3-4)) at HOUSTON COUNTY (2-5), 7 p.m. Saturday: The Bears still have faint playoff hopes and they have won their last two Senior Night ballgames.

-- Chris Deighan

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