Eric Berry, QB, Creekside - he rushed for 82 yards and a touchdown, also threw for 123 yards on 6 of 12 passing and a touchdown in 20-0 win over No. 2 Griffin.
Scott Blair, P, Calhoun - averaged 54.5 yards a punt on 4 punts including a 60 yard free kick that was huge at the end of the game.
Cole Brodie, RB, Dacula - had 23 carries for 101 yards in 7-14 loss to Marist.
Ben Cochran, QB, Dublin - rushed for 103 yards on only nine carries in 37-13 win over Laney.
Brandon Collins, WR, Brantley County - had 12 catches for 259 yards and four touchdowns in a 50-28 loss to Early County.
Scott Dalton, DB, Athens Academy - picked off four passes, three of which led to touchdowns in 41-6 win over Hancock Central.
Brandon Davis, RB, Peachtree Ridge - rushed for 130 yards and two touchdowns in 16-14 win over Campbell.
Robby Davis, QB, Starr's Mill - was 12-of-17 for 169 yards and a touchdown in 19-14 win over Baldwin.
Bryce Dykes, QB, Norcross - completed 12 of 18 passes for 156 yards and two touchdowns in 27-21 (2OT) win over Grayson.
Brian Ellis, QB, Peach County - completed 9 of 20 passes for 91 yards and a touchdown in 24-7 win over LaGrange.
Marcus Foster, RB, Greene County - caught eight passes for 198 yards and two touchdowns in 15-17 loss to Calhoun.
Deron Furr, QB/K, Carver-Columbus - Completed 8 of 12 passes for 145 yards one touchdown rushing, and PAT for two points in 17-14 win over Jackson.
Tijuan Green, RB Northside-Warner Robins - carried 17 times for 227 yards and three touchdowns in 38-13 win over Brunswick.
Deon Harden, RB, Washington Conty - ran for 160 yards and one touchdown in 14-6 win over Cairo.
Bevan Hopper, RB, Athens Academy - ran for 180 yards and three touchdowns in 41-6 win over Hancock Central.
Kaream Hess, RB, Tift County - had seven catches for 77 yards and one touchdown and ran for 61 yards and another score in 38-23 win over Union Grove.
Owen High, WR, Union Grove - caught nine passes for 189 yards in 23-38 loss to Tift County.
Twoey Hosch, QB, Buford - completed five of his seven pass attempts for 115 yards in 38-14 win over Manchester.
Mario Howard, RB, Peach County - racked up 122 yards and two touchdowns on 22 rushes in 24-7 win over LaGrange.
Alonzo Huff, DE, Commerce - recorded 13 tackles, one tackle for lost yardage, a half-sack and a forced fumble in 17-3 win over Bremen.
Donja Jackson, CB, Bleckley County - had two interceptions, both inside the 10-yard line, and five pass breakups in a 26-7 victory over Savannah Christian.
Tavarres King, RB, Habersham Central - caught touchdown passes of 24 and 51 yards and returned a kickoff 92 yards for another in 35-7 win over Mays.
Cameron Kinney, WR, Dacula - had 5 catches for 93 yards and 2 carries for 21 yards in 7-14 loss to Marist.
Kentrell Latimore, RB, Warren County - had 126 rushing and two touchdowns in 41-34 win over Landmark Christian.
Preston Lyons, RB, Marist - had 141 rushing yards and a touchdown in a 14-7 win over Dacula.
Darius Marshall,RB, Baldwin - finished with 135 yards on 22 carries and one touchdown in 14-19 loss to Starr's Mill.
B.J. Murray, WR, Johnson County - caught 5 passes for 70 yards and a touchdown. Murray also ran for a 2-point conversion in 36-21 win over Brookstone.
Darrell Norman, RB, Lincoln County, - scored two touchdowns as the Red Devils racked up 246 yards rushing to beat Eagle's Landing Christian Academy 34-0.
Tauren Poole, RB, Stephens Conty - had 16 carries for 150 yards and a touchdown in 24-13 loss to Carrollton. Poole finished the season with 256 carries, 1,975 yards and twenty-five touchdowns.
Cedric Rawlings, QB, Johnson County -completed 10 of 13 passes for 182 yards and 3 touchdowns. Rawlings also had 1 touchdown rushing in 36-21 win over Brookstone.
Zeke Rozier, RB, Bleckley County - ran for 296 yards on 25 carries and scored four touchdowns in a 26-7 victory over Savannah Christian.
Tommy Seals, RB, Warren County rushed for 257 yards and a touchdown in 41-34 win over Landmark Christian.
Patrick Spears, QB, Baldwin - completed 10-of-16 passes for 196 yards and a score in 14-19 loss to Starr's Mill.
Emmanuel Taylor, QB, Early County - threw for 248 yards and a touchdown and ran for 155 yards
and five scores to lead the Bobcats to a 50-28 win over Brantley County.
Ren Teasley, RB, Hart County - had 24 carries for 192 yards and five touchdowns in win over No. 3 Cartersville.
Israel Troupe, WR, Tift County - caught seven passes for 106 yards and two scores in 38-23 win over Union Grove.
Adam Urbano, RB, Calhoun - had 138 yards on the ground and one touchdown in 17-15 win over Greene County.
Kelsey Waters, WR, Johnson County - caught 3 passes for 79 yards and a touchdown. Waters also caught a 2-point conversion pass in 36-21 win over Brookstone.
Kyle White, QB, Dacula - completed 8 of 16 passes for 159 yards in 7-14 loss to Marist.
Brian Wilcher, RB, Dublin - scored four touchdowns in 37-13 win over Laney.
Arsenio Williams, RB, Shaw - rushed for 184 yards on 19 carries and two touchdowns. Williams also scored on a 36-yard touchdown reception in 28-7 win over Monroe.
Hunter wolfe, RB, North Hall - rushed for 126 yards and four touchdowns in 43-26 win over Mcnair.
Top Performance by a Head Coach:
Larry Campbell, HC, Lincoln County - picked up his 400th career win and his 100th playoff win with Red Devils' 34-0 victory over ELCA.
Conrad Nix, HC, Northside-Warner Robins - gets his 200th win at Northside with a 38-13 win over Brunswick. Coach Nix has an overall record of 266-99 and a Northside record (21 yrs) of 200-48.
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