September 10, 2010
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FRIDAY NIGHT PREP FOOTBALL ROUNDUP: Driver's big night lifts SGA past previously unbeaten Valwood; R-C's Curry scores four times as Red Devils stomp Stewart; Hardaway nips Bainbridge, 21-20
Dillon Driver rushes for 149 yards and passes for 100 more, scoring twice in SGA's huge 35-21 win against previously unbeaten Valwood on Friday night to stay perfect in Region 3-AA. (EDITS: contains roundup items on Randolph Southern, Westwood, Southland, Terrell Academy and Baconton Charter).
Find out which area prep football teams The Herald's "Guessperts," as well as this week's guest picker, Albany's Jasper Hunt, pick to win tonight.
FRIDAY NIGHT PREP FOOTBALL ROUNDUP: SGA's Tabb cousins combine for 8 TDs in Warriors rout; Terrell Academy gets first win; Westwood stays perfect; Bainbridge falls
SGA's Taylor Tabb and his cousin Troupe each score three times on offense then both return an interception for a score in Friday's 58-21 win against Harvesters Christian to open region play on the right note. (EDITS: also includes Randolph Southern, Albany, Early County and Southland)
Terrell County beats Spencer on Friday night, 20-6, for its first win of the 2010 season, but now will be without two of its key players for next week's huge region showdown with Miller County after they're thrown out of the game.
FRIDAY NIGHT PREP FOOTBALL ROUNDUP: GISA No. 1 teams Westwood, DWS roll; Herald No. 2 Monroe shocked
The top two teams in GISA's Class A and AAA, Westwood and Deerfield, respectively, both roll to easy wins Friday night. (EDITS: corrects Quentin Heard's name)
Find out which Southwest Georgia football teams The Albany Herald sports staff -- and its weekly guest picker -- think will win in Week 3.
The Herald's weekly Friday night football breakdown includes the "Fab 5 Poll" -- How they fared, "They Said It" -- quote of the night, "By the Numbers" -- outstanding stats, "Game of the Week" poll, local scores, state scores and the Week 4 area schedule. (EDITS: adds two Saturday night games in Week 4 schedule omitted in print edition)
The Bainbridge offense finally comes alive Friday during a 35-15 win against the Patriots as the Herald No. 5 Bearcats avoid starting the season 1-2. (EDITS: more details on games not found in print edition; late recap from Calhoun County's win)