Find out all of the local scores from your favorite teams as the 2009 football season continues.
Check back each week after the games for the final scores from
Apalachee, Banks County, Commerce, East Jackson, Jackson County,
Jefferson, Madison County and Winder-Barrow. Scroll to bottom for the
If you were at a game and the score is not posted, let us know the outcome in the comments.
Following a 41-0 thrashing of Lakeview Academy last week, the Commerce Tigers hit the road this Friday in what coach Steve Savage calls “the biggest game of the year.”
The Tigers will travel to Walton County to take on Social Circle at 7:30.
The outcome of the game determines where Commerce will start in the postseason. Both Social Circle and Commerce fell to Wesleyan, and the winner of Friday’s game (barring an unlikely loss to Prince Avenue) will determine whether the Tigers or the Redskins taking the number two spot in 8-A.
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It was a successful Saturday for the Winder-Barrow High School competition cheerleading team.
Coach Jerrie Hulsey’s squad won first among 35 schools at a competition hosted by Putnam County High School in Eatonton.
“We had an amazing performance,” Hulsey said. “The team hit everything. They looked like they were having the time of their lives. We had changed the routine a little bit to make sure the routine was clean.”
The Cheer Doggs scored 262 points out of a possible 300 earning marks of 88, 87 and 87. [Full Story »]
•Who: Apalachee (8-0) at Madison Co. (5-3) •Where: Danielsville •When: Friday, 7:30 p.m. •Series: Madison County leads 2-1 •Last year: Apalachee 55, Madison Co. 35 •Last week: Apalachee 24, Heritage 23; Madison County was off •Opponent’s coach: Shane Davis (fifth season, 28-24) •Opponent’s all-time record: 40-62 •What else: Madison County and Apalachee combined for 1,011 yards last year in the Wildcats’ 55-35 victory ... Friday is MCHS’s senior night … The Red Raiders look to clinch their first winning season since 2006