September 18, 2011
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The Herald's sports staff picks this week's area prep football games as staff writer Matt Stewart assumes control of the lead from high school beat writer Mike Phillips by two games.
FRIDAY NIGHT PREP FOOTBALL BREAKDOWN: Herald Fab 5 Poll --- "How They Fared"; Quote of the Night; area scoreboard; state scoreboard; Week 8 area schedule
Check out The Herald's weekly breakdown of prep football around Southwest Georgia.
The Herald's sports staff picks their winners for Week 7 of the prep football season as high school writer Mike Phillips suddenly finds himself tied for the best record overall of 54-18 with surging staff writer Matt Stewart.
Normally appearing on Sunday, check out The Herald's weekly high school football notebook, which includes notes from different games played over the weekend.
SATURDAY NIGHT PREP FOOTBALL ROUNDUP: Westwood beats Fullington, 66-0; Bainbridge shut out by Northside, Warner Robins
Westwood, the No. 1 team in GISA Class A, moves to 4-0 with a whipping of region foe Fullington on Saturday, while the results were the opposite for Bainbridge, which gets blanked on the road by state power Northside, Warner Robins.
FRIDAY NIGHT PREP FOOTBALL ROUNDUP: Herald No. 1 Lee County suffers first loss; Deerfield downs Brentwood, wins third straight; Seminole sets school record with 73 points in win vs. Daleville
The Herald No. 1 Trojans come out firing Friday night against Northside Columbus in their Region 1-AAAA opener, but the Patriots get the last laugh with an 18-11 win that avenged a 2010 loss to Lee County. (ADDS: items on Deerfield, Terrell Academy, Sherwood, Seminole County, Pelham, Randolph-Clay, Southland, Randolph Southern and Mitchell County).
FRIDAY NIGHT PREP FOOTBALL BREAKDOWN: Fab 5 Poll -- 'How They Fared'; Quote Of The Night; area scoreboard; state scoreboard; Week 7 area schedule
Check out The Herald's weekly Friday night breakdown of how its Top 5 teams fared and who they face next, the best quote of the night, scores from around the area and the state and next week's local schedule.
The Herald's sports staff picks their winners for Week 5 of the prep football season as high school writer Mike Phillips remains in the lead with a 46-11 record so far.
Calvin Jackson's ancient shoe has Albany High coming up with clutch plays on special teams this season.