Eastside’s football players cannot afford to get caught up in homecoming as they try to start a new winning streak after losing 53-7 to No. 3 ranked Griffin. The Eagles will to try rebound as Jonesboro comes to Homer Sharp Stadium at 7:30 p.m. on Friday.
Newton’s football team better be ready to take on Georgia Sports Writers Association Class AAAAAA No. 4 ranked Lowndes on the road at 8 p.m. on Friday despite having played only one quarter in the past two weeks.
The last thing Alcovy’s football team needs do when they play at Tift County at 7:30 p.m. on Friday is give them aid in stopping themselves.
A controversial call went from the Eagles putting the game away to giving Georgia Tech the chance to win the game. Which they did scoring with 23 seconds left for the 42-38 win on Saturday at Bobby Dodd Stadium.
The Newton Rams had an 8-0 lead over Westlake but the weather refused to cooperate forcing the game to be cancelled at Homer Sharp Stadium on Friday.
Eastside’s football team have a huge task in front of them if they hope to leave Memorial Stadium with a win as they take on Georgia Sports Writers Association Class AAAA No. 2 ranked Griffin in a Region 4-AAAA crossover game at 7:30 p.m. on Friday.
A couple of errors and the inability to cover the bunt allowed the Lady Tigers to build the momentum against in the 9-1, six inning run-rule win over Newton on Tuesday.
The Alcovy defense is going to have to focus on tackling if they hope to avoid going 0-3 when they travel to Pebblebrook on Friday.
The Bears showed that they were not going to be an automatic win in the Southern Conference as they gave SoCon powerhouse Furman all the wanted to handle as Mercer lost their inaugural conference game 25-20 at Mercer University Stadium on Saturday.
It was a long night for Alcovy as they gave up 364 yards to Baldwin in the 30-0 loss on Friday at Homer Sharp Stadium.