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Herald High School report: Fab Five, Player of the Week, Quote of the week, this week's schedule

Photo by Mike Phillips

Photo by Mike Phillips

1. Lee County (3-0)

The bye week should help the Trojans get ready for their biggest test so far this year: their Region 1-AAAA opener. Next: Friday vs. Northside, Columbus, 7:30 p.m.

2. Bainbridge (2-1)

The Bearcats had the week off, but move up because No. 2 Monroe lost. Now they face the No. 1 Class AAAA team in the state.

Next: Friday vs. Northside, Warner Robins, 7:30 p.m.

3. Mitchell.............................. (2-1)

The Monroe loss moves up the idle Eagles, who open Region 1-A this week against Stewart County.

Next: Friday at Stewart County, 7:30 p.m.

4. Worth (2-2)

The AAA Rams stay put because the loss to Class AAAAA Tift County doesn't hurt as much.

Next: Friday at Americus-Sumter, 7:30 p.m.

5. Monroe................................(3-1)

The Tornadoes take a big fall after being upset by Brooks County. Next: Friday at Cairo, 7:30 p.m.

Players of the Week

Johnny Foster and Cardaryle Curry, Randolph-Clay

They call them "Thunder and Lightning" at Randolph-Clay, where the P.A. announcer also refers to them as Mr. Foster and Mr. Curry. Curry rushed for 184 yards, and Foster ran for 180 and scored three TDs in the 20-6 win vs. Albany at home Friday.

Dynamite Drop In

A look at the highlighted Herald

Dynamite Dozen player of the week:

WHO: Sharoski Griffin, QB/WR/DB, Dougherty

WHY: Griffin does a little of everything for the Trojans, and Saturday night he pulled down two touchdown passes (from two different QBs), including the game-winner with 58 seconds left to beat Wilkenson County, 21-19, and push his team back to .500.

Herald Heieman Watch

A look at the top five perormances of the week

AnTwan Buggs, QB, Seminole: Threw five TD passes (he only threw 10 passes all night) and ran for a touchdown in a 63-18 win vs. Calhoun County.

Quay'van Levatte, QB, Early County: Rushed for 118 yards on just 12 carries, scored on a 72-yard TD run, and had an interception in 21-14 win vs. Westover.

Davis Moore, RB/DB, Deerfield-Windsor: Rushed for 134 yards on 18 carries and also had two interceptions to help DWS beat Bulloch, 19-0.

Mack Green, RB, Sherwood: Rushed for 127 yards on only six carries (22.8 per carry) and scored twice in 43-21 win vs. Bethesda Day.

Phillip English, RB, Sherwood: Rushed for 142 yards on 15 carries in win against Bethesda Day.

Quote of the Week

" I hate that we let the score get like that. (Calhoun coach John Williams) is a good friend of mine and I think he may have been a little upset with me after the game, but he'll sleep on it and we'll be friends again."

Alan Ingram

Seminole County coach after his team beat Calhoun County, 63-18, Friday night.

This week's schedule:

Week 5

All game's at 7:30 p.m.

Albany at Fitzgerald

Worth County at Americus Sumter

Webster at Baconton Charter

Northside, Warner Robins at Bainbridge

Calhoun County at Spencer

Brentwood at Deerfield

Westover at Dougherty (Hugh Mills)

Early at Thomasville

Northside, Columbus at Lee County

Miller County at Terrell County

Mitchell County at Stewart County

Monroe at Cairo

Randolph-Clay at Pelham

Windsor at Randolph So.

Daleville, (Ala.) at Seminole COUNTY

Tiftarea at Southland

Trinity Christian at Sherwood Christian

Southwest Georgia ACADEMY at Harvester Christian

Crisp Academy at Terrell Academy

Westwood at Fullington Academy