Gwinnett Scores
Gwinnett Scores
Gwinnett Scores

Week 5

1Buford Wolves4-0
The Wolves continue their dominance and cruise by White County 42-10. Is their any team that will challenge the Wolves during the regular season? Next: Oct 3rd at Chestatee
2Grayson Rams4-0
Grayson wins another close one in region 8 play squeaking by an up-and-coming Parkview Panther team 13- 7. DE Justin Young had 4 sacks, 1 of which was on the last play of the game. Next: Sep 26th at Berkmar
3North Gwinnett Bulldogs3-1
The Bulldogs started slow but finished strong shutting out the Eagles in the second half and getting it done in all three phases picking up their first region win with the 42-24 victory over Collins Hill. John Urzua threw for 317 yards and 2 TD's and Josh Imatorbhebhe had 177 yards receiving and 1 TD. Next: Sep 26th at Mill Creek
4Dacula Falcons4-0
The Falcons jumped out on the Comets early. CJ Mayes had 2 Interceptions in each of the Comets first 2 possesions. The first led to a TD run by Bijan Sirleaf, and the 2nd Mayes took it to the house himself. The Comets had a chance late but the Falcons held on and defeated South Gwinnett 27-13. Next: Sep 26th at Shiloh
5Peachtree Ridge Lions3-1
The Lions showed the Mustangs no mercy blowing them out 70-0. Next: Sep 26th vs Mountain View
6Lanier Longhorns4-0
DB Jorrdan Jones sealed the deal late in the 4th quarter with a 94 yard scoop and score. The Longhorns stay undefeated and pick up their 3rd region win with the 21-7 victory over Cedar Shoals. Next: Sep 26th at Loganville
7GAC Spartans4-0
Spartan RB Micah Abernathy scored 3 TD's on the ground. Athlete Darious Slayton broke a school record returning an Interception 100 yards for a TD. GAC picked up their first shutout of the year blanking Hapeville 41-0. Next: Sep 26th at Best Academy
8Norcross Blue Devils3-1
Norcross holds steady at no.8 with a victory over Mountain View 19-7. RB Jamir Billings rushed for over 100 yards and sparked the Blue Devil's offense. The defending state champs are 3-1 on the season with some huge region games coming up on the schedule. Next: Sep 26th vs Duluth
9Mill Creek Hawks2-2
Mill Creek remains at no.9 with an easy road win over Duluth. The Hawks put up over 40 points for the second time this season. This Friday the Hawks will host North Gwinnett which should be a stellar matchup between two very high powered offenses. Next: Sep 26th vs North Gwinnett
10Central Gwinnett Black Knights3-1
Central Gwinnett enters the Top Ten with a shutout victory over Shiloh last Friday 44-0. Central lost their season opener to Collins Hill and have been unstoppable ever since. The road doesn't get any easier for the Black Knights, they have a bye this week then they travel to Dacula for a showdown with the Falcons. Next: Oct 3rd at Dacula