Football scores 9/13

Fri, 09/12/2008 - 7:40pm
By: Michael Boylan

Tri-Cities - 14 Starr’s Mill - 13

Mays - 17 Whitewater - 14

Thomas Frierson scored two touchdowns for the Wildcats and Mays kicked a field goal with five seconds left to get the win.

Douglas County - 31 Fayette County - 7

OLM - 55 N. Cobb Christian - 33
Jarrell Bankhead scored four touchdowns for the Bobcats, while William Pearl added two and Cameron Singletary and Amir Mustafa each scored one.

Landmark Christian - 40 Pace Academy - 7

Lithia Springs - 36 McIntosh - 14

Sandy Creek - 28 Alexander - 7

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Submitted by Fyt35 on Sun, 09/14/2008 - 7:17pm.

and what a great game it was. The game was televised live on Comcast CSS and the sponsors got their money's worth! Th defensive play of Knowles, Mann, Dean, Ashley and Jaurigue continues to impress and getting better game after game. Frierson and Penland continue to lead the offense, keep it boys!

Ans how about the halftime show? The Mays band just rocked the house with renditions similar to those that you saw on "Drumline". And the Wildcat Band once again entertained the crowd with a great production.

The game came down to a last second field goal; sometimes you loose tough ones and this it was. But back to practice Monday Wildcats as we have another big game on Friday.

Go Wildcats!

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Submitted by Chin Music on Fri, 09/12/2008 - 11:24pm.

Final from Alexander...

Sandy Creek 28 - Alexander 7

Sandy Creek (Ranked #5) should move up in the polls this week due to a loss by #3 Chamblee. Dear God, could Citizen Sports ignored Sandy Creek really be ranked in the Top 4 after only three weeks???

We'll have to wait and see on GA Prep because we know the Citizen won't make any mention of it!

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Submitted by Michael Boylan on Sat, 09/13/2008 - 7:34am.

They weren't ignored - they were on the road this week and we didn't get a score reported to us until this morning.

The rankings come out on Tuesday - we will certainly mention where they are ranked.

With Whitewater's loss they will be the only local team in AAAA in the top 10.

I don't know how you would consider us ignoring the team though - we taped their first game of the year - it's here on the web site if you want to relive their overtime win over the Indians. And we also have a pretty in-depth story on their win over Shaw here too.

Once we talk to Coach Walker and get the final stats, you'll see the same for their most recent win.

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Submitted by Fyt35 on Sat, 09/13/2008 - 9:19am.

“Chin music” is your typical fair weather fan that is only blogging because his team is 3-0; the real Creek fans know that you guys do a wonderful job not just covering the Creek but all the schools in the area, keep up the good reporting!

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Submitted by Cyclist on Sat, 09/13/2008 - 9:24am.

Caution - The Surgeon General has determined that constant blogging is an addiction that can cause a sedentary life style.

Submitted by itcouldhappen on Sat, 09/13/2008 - 8:48am.

I'm a parent of a SC football player. I don't feel like we are ignored by The Citizen. I watched SC/WW volleyball game on line here just yesterday. Thanks for keeping up with all of SC sports.
The game last night was not near the heart stopper the first two were ... thank goodness! Alexander had a few giants on their line and I was surprised that it seemed we pushed them back almost at will. I think our defense held them to around 125 yards total offense. We still have improvements we need to make, but I think we are getting there. We had three starters who did not play and their replacements, for the most part, got the job done. Keep it up Creek!!!

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