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Walton at South Gwinnett: Three writers, one game

This was my first (and possibly my last…for a while) game of the 2015 high school football season. An opener between two teams with middle-of-the-pace expectations and I was surprised to be joined by two other writers in the press box.

Ben Beitzel of the Gwinnett Daily Post and JK Culpepper of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution made what might be my last Friday Night Football experience a memorable one.

Mo Dixon-coached Walton knocks out South Gwinnett early by Ben Beitzel

Walton 49, South Gwinnett 17 by JK Culpepper

Walton scores early and often against South Gwinnett by Martin Kester

Decide who wrote about this blowout the best with a comment.

Game-winning touchdown pass as time expires lifts Kell to close subregion victory over Cambridge – Sept. 26, 2014

MARIETTA — It’s called a 2-minute drill, but Kell only needed 34 seconds as Cameron Rosendahl completed four straight passes, including a 34-yard touchdown to Ivan Walls to shock Cambridge 28-27 as time expired Friday at the Stockyard.

“That was our one miracle, maybe our second miracle,” Kell coach Derek Cook said, referring to a 42-35 win over Lassiter in August. “Maybe we’re running out of miracles, but we’ll take all the ones we can get.”

Read more: The Marietta Daily Journal – Game winning touchdown pass as time expires lifts Kell to close subregion victory over Cambridge

ECLA Rolls Over Wolfpack – Oct. 1, 2011

MABLETON – For a brief moment, Whitefield Academy appeared as if they would play with the No. 2 team in Class A.
Then, the second quarter started.

Eagles Landing Christian Academy (4-1, 2-0 in Region 5A) scored 27 unanswered points in a 12-minute span before halftime and cruised to a 61-6 victory at Wolfpack Stadium.

When asked what the Wolfpack (2-4, 1-2) would take from the game, coach Jimmy Fields said, “You don’t want to take (it), you want to leave that butt whipping.

“There are good things we can build on. We don’t have to search.”

Despite their dominant play, the game was marred with the officials’ laundry on the field from the opening kickoff. ELCA junior Keyante Green returned the kickoff about 75 yards, but it was called back due to a block in the back. On the ensuing play from the Chargers’ 45-yard line, a 50-yad run was brought back because of a holding penalty.

Read More – The Marietta Daily Journal