Top stars, best performances in Week 6 of Georgia high school football

Here are some stars from Friday night’s games across Georgia.

If you know of a top performance we should include, please let us know in the comments.

Pictured above is North Cobb quarterback Malachi Singleton (photo by Josh Major), who had three TD passes and three TD runs Friday night.

Qamar Grant, Pebblebrook QB

Grant threw for 305 yards and four touchdowns, three of which came in the first half in a 50-21 win over North Atlanta. 

Craig Adams Jr., Pebblebrook WR

Adams was Grant’s favorite target, making eight catches for 163 yards receiving and two touchdowns vs. North Atlanta. 

Sam Horn, Collins Hill QB

Horn was 28-of-35 passing for 290 yards and two touchdowns in a shutout win over East Coweta

Hayden Clark, Mill Creek QB

Clark was 19-of-28 passing for 202 yards and two touchdowns in a 28-14 win over Grayson. 

Bin-Wahad Mumu, Grayson DB

Mumu had two interceptions, returning one 39 yards for a score in the loss to Mill Creek.

Travis Hunter, Collins Hill ATH

Hunter finished with 134 yards of total offense and scored on a reception, a run and an interception return for a touchdown in the shutout win over East Coweta. 

Thomas Castellanos, Ware County QB

Castellanos rushed for 118 yards and two scores while adding two passing touchdowns in a 49-42 loss to Benedictine.

Avery Smith, Riverwood QB

Smith was 31-of-43 passing for 391 yards and three touchdowns in a 40-32 loss to Johns Creek. Smith added 57 yards and a score on the ground. 

Kyle Durham, Johns Creek QB

Durham was 7-of-12 passing for 166 yards and two touchdowns while adding 137 yards rushing and two touchdowns on just four carries in the win over Riverwood.

Za’Quan Bryan, Benedictine WR

Bryan was all over the field for Benedictine, racking up 15 catches for 212 yards and a score vs. Ware County. 

Ousmane Kromah, Lee County RB

Kromah recorded two rushing scores and a 94-yard kick return for a touchdown in Lee County’s first loss of the season, a 56-38 defeat at Warner Robins. 

Christon Lane, Warner Robins QB

Lane threw four touchdown passes in Warner Robins’ huge home win over Lee County. 

Chandler Harris, Alexander S

Harris recorded two interceptions, including one that he returned for a touchdown to cut into Douglas County’s lead and give Alexander momentum heading into halftime, but Alexander fell 35-20.

Holden Sapp, Benedictine LB

Sapp returned an interception 55 yards for a touchdown in the 49-42 win over Ware County. 

Sire Hardaway, Douglas County QB

The sophomore threw two touchdown passes in Douglas County’s win over Alexander. 

Holden Geriner, Benedictine QB

Geriner threw for 440 yards and scored five total touchdowns in the thrilling win over Ware County. 

Jamario Barkley, Ware County LB

On the most controversial play of the game, Barkley recovered an apparent fumble at the goal line as Benedictine QB Holden Geriner bobbled the snap trying to push it in on a quarterback sneak. The game was televised, and instant replay made it clear that Geriner never had possession before entering the end zone, but the play was ruled a Benedictine touchdown, giving the Cadets a 49-42 win.

Christian Lewis, Calhoun QB

Lewis threw for 263 yards and two touchdown passes, including a 95-yard pass to Quin Smith as Calhoun beat 3A No. 6 Cedartown 31-7.

Damari Alston, Woodward Academy RB

Alston rushed for three touchdowns and caught another in a 29-14 win over Banneker. 

Malachi Singleton, North Cobb QB

Singleton accounted for six touchdowns in a 40-19 win over North Gwinnett. Singleton rushed for three scores and threw three touchdown passes to wide receiver De’Nylon Morrissette. 

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