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Albany Herald People's Choice High School Football Player of the Week -- Week 6

Candidates this week are Perry Bridges, Dontavious Buford, Tray Eafford and Dameon Pierce

Online voting for the Player of the Week continues through noon Thursday.

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Worth County rolls past Dougherty

Rams grab four-touchdown lead at half, then cruise

Worth County’s Dontavious Buford scored two rushing touchdowns, then caught a touchdown pass to help the Rams build a 28-0 halftime advantage.

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Westover girls finish 17th at Westover Invitational

Patriot runner Jack Plowden among top five on boys side

Serena Tripoli, a sophomore from Lovett, took first place on the girls side with a time of 18:23.

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PREP FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK: Goals still attainable for Deerfield-Windsor

Knights can still win region title

Deerfield-Windsor had more than 300 yards rushing in a 30-26 loss at Brookwood and were led by Steven Williams.

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Brookwood holds on, upsets Deerfield-Windsor

Unbeaten Warriors score late, then hold on

The loss snapped a four-game winning streak for the Knights, while Brookwood kept itself in a tie for first-place atop the region standings with Valwood, who defeated Southland 22-14.

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Sherwood Christian wins fourth straight, routs TJA 41-6

Point total is Sherwood’s highest since scoring 50 in 2012

Not only did Sherwood Christian score on its first five possessions and jump out to a 27-6 lead in the first half, the Eagles essentially neutralized a Thomas Jefferson Academy offense that scored 50, 48, 50, and 38 points in their four previous games.

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Thomas County Central hands Monroe 38-8 loss

Jackets build 17-point halftime lead, then cruise

Thomas County Central was able to expose Monroe’s flaws and earn its first subregion victory of the season.

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Garet Morrell, Tray Eafford combine for two TDs in Lee County win

Trojans score first Region 1-AAAAAA game of season

Quarterback Garet Morrell and Tray Eafford hooked up on two long touchdown passes as the Trojans eased to a 24-21 victory over Tift County in the region opener for both schools.

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PREP FOOTBALL ROUNDUP: Miller County tops Randolph-Clay for second straight victory

J.J. George scores two touchdowns in second half to lead Pirates

(ADDS: Americus-Sumter-Bainbridge, Seminole County-Early County, Calhoun County-Terrell County, Crisp Academy-David Emanuel, Southwest Georgia Academy-First Presbyterian Christian, Valwood-Southland, Georgia Christian-Terrell Academy, Tiftarea-Westwood, Baconton-Stewart County)

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Motivation not an issue for Bulldogs

Struggling Vandy nearly a five-touchdown underdog

Helping the Georgia Bulldogs’ motivational cause is what happened last season in Nashville when Georgia made every conceivable mistake that could be made and got out-scored 15-0 in the fourth quarter on the way to a 31-27 upset loss.

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Georgia Tech A-backs preparing for busy day

Jackets believe they’ll have chances to be successful on the perimeter

Georgia Tech is excited to have A-back Charles Perkins return after suffering what he diagnosed Monday as “a mixture of things.”

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Pair of second quarter scores help Crisp County top Albany 28-13

Cougars pick up first subregion victory of year

Albany High (0-5 overall, 0-1 Region 1-AAAA ‘A’) matched Crisp County’s first quarter score but after halftime, the Indians mounted just one scoring drive and couldn’t pull themselves back into the game.

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Monroe opens subregion play with tall task against TCC

Tornadoes will try to slow down powerful Yellow Jackets

The Thomas County Central Yellow Jackets come into tonight’s contest with a 4-1 record, recording key wins over Americus-Sumter and Bainbridge, a team that gave Monroe trouble earlier this season.

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Lee County opens region play at Tift County

Trojans end the season with five straight Region 1-AAAAAA opponents

Lee County has beaten all of their opponents by an average of 29 points this season and have scored 45 or more points in three of their five games.