Top stars, best performances in Week 7 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 Newnan quarterback James Paige (photo by Covey Jones), who threw a touchdown pass and rushed for two more Friday night.

Gunner Stockton, Rabun County QB

Stockton threw for 232 yards and three touchdowns while rushing for 113 yards and another score. 

Anthony Hubbard, Cedar Shoals QB

After Cedar shoals blocked a potential game-winning field goal, Hubbard ran for a score in overtime to give Cedar Shoals a 27-20 win over Madison County. 

Daytin Baker, Pierce County ATH

Baker recorded all three of Pierce County’s touchdowns in the loss to Rabun County. He hauled in a 62-yard touchdown reception and rushed for two more scores. 

A.J. Swann, Cherokee QB

Swann threw five touchdown passes in a 51-20 rout of Woodstock. 

Tylan Johnson, Johns Creek RB

Johnson rushed for three touchdowns as Johns Creek shut out Chattahoochee 57-0.

Ethan Terry, Lambert QB

Terry rushed for two touchdowns in a 37-28 win over Gainesville, and his second score was a 44-yard run that put Gainesville away for good.

James Paige, Newnan QB

Paige threw a touchdown pass and rushed for two more scores in a 42-17 win over North Paulding.

Caleb Downs, Mill Creek S

Downs scored on a 92-yard kick return that helped Mill Creek reclaim a lead that they never lost again, winning 36-17 over North Gwinnett. 

Peyton Streko, West Forsyth RB

Streko had over 100 yards rushing and three touchdowns in just the first half in a 30-27 loss to North Forsyth. 

Terian Williams, Johns Creek ATH

Williams intercepted two passes in the 57-0 shutout of Chattahoochee. 

Will Peltz, North Forsyth K

Peltz kicked three field goals, including the game-winner over West Forsyth after a Caleb Brown reception moved the ball inside the red zone.

Cole Speer, Calhoun WR

Speer returned two punts for touchdowns, one from 70 yards out and another from 85 yards out, in a 63-17 win over Hiram. 

Josh Thompson, Johns Creek WR

Thompson caught two passes for touchdowns and blocked a kick for the sixth time this year vs. Chattahoochee. 

Bryce Hicks, Carrollton RB

Hicks had 18 carries for 199 yards and a rushing touchdown while recording one touchdown reception in a 40-13 win over South Paulding. 

Avery Smith, Riverwood QB

Smith threw for 347 yards and four touchdowns in Riverwood’s highest-scoring game of the season so far, a 44-15 win over River Ridge. 

Isaiah Bond, Buford WR

Bond had two touchdown receptions, and he took a kick return 61 yards for a score in a 58-0 shutout of Habersham Central. 

Chuckobe Hill, Brunswick RB

Hill scored three touchdowns vs. South Effingham, including a 53-yard touchdown reception and a 68-yard rushing score. 

Bilal Jones, Clarke Central FS

Jones clinched the game when he picked off a pass as Clarke Central led 13-6. Clarke Central is now 7-0 vs. Eastside. 

Bryson Hill, Rome RB

Hill rushed for four touchdowns in the first half as Rome beat Dalton 49-6. 

Damari Alston, Woodward Academy RB

Alston rushed for scores on 52- and 35-yard runs to help lift Woodward Academy to a 24-7 win over Jonesboro.

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