Prep football update

October 31, 2012 

RESULTS FROM LAST WEEK

WARNER ROBINS 35,

GROVETOWN 14

The Demons won the fourth quarter 21-0 and survived a test on the road. D.D. Wright scored three rushing touchdowns.

NORTHSIDE 35,

GREENBRIER 0

Senior Keshun Hill produced close to 200 all-purpose yards on just four touches. He scored two touchdowns.

WESTFIELD 38,

BULLOCH ACADEMY 14

The Hornets scored the first 31 points of the game and rebounded from their loss at Deerfield-Windsor. Quarterback Evan Williams ran for a touchdown and threw for another.

PEACH COUNTY 24,

PIKE COUNTY 14

The Trojans remained undefeated despite yielding 200 yards of rushing offense to Pike County.

WESTSIDE-MACON 33,

PERRY 28

Each team scored four touchdowns in the first half before the defenses asserted themselves. The Seminoles earned their first lead of the night with an 80-yard, third-quarter scoring drive.

WEST LAURENS 21,

VETERANS 17

For the second week in a row, the Warhawks lost a 17-14 lead in the second half.

HOUSTON COUNTY 45,

EVANS 14

Samsun West and Kenny Gant each rushed for over 100 yards as the Bears won their first region game.

PREVIEWS FOR UPCOMING GAMES

PERRY (4-4) at RUTLAND (3-5): 7 p.m. Thursday -- Former Perry head coach George Collins could all but end the Panthers’ state playoff hopes.

WARNER ROBINS (7-1) at NORTHSIDE (8-0): 7:30 p.m. Friday -- The winner of this game also earns the Region 2-AAAAA title.

MARY PERSONS (6-2) at VETERANS (3-5): 7:30 p.m. Friday -- Close losses in each of the last two weeks have settled Warhawks in the role of spoiler.

HOUSTON COUNTY (3-5) at JONES COUNTY (5-3): 7:30 p.m. Friday -- Jones County is eager to sew up a playoff berth, but the Bears have some momentum.

WESTFIELD (7-1) at PINEWOOD CHRISTIAN (5-3): 7:30 p.m. Friday -- A battle for second place and a home playoff game.

CARVER-COLUMBUS (7-1) at PEACH COUNTY (8-0): 8 p.m. Friday -- The winner of this game also earns the Region 2-AAA title.

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