Make it four straight.
That's how many times Brookwood High has defeated Gwinnett County rival Grayson in as many years after Friday night's showdown resulted in a 24-7 in favor of the Broncos (6-2, 5-0 Regiona 8-AAAAA).
Grayson (6-2, 4-1) had won four straight entering the game.
Both teams scored in the first quarter thanks to Joshua Jackson' 35-yard touchdown catch for the Broncos and Tyler Horne's seven-yard scoring run for the Rams.
But that would be as close as Grayson would get. Brookwood star tailback Kenny Miles added a three-yard score that was followed by Zach Simmons' 24-yard field goal pushing the score to 17-7.
The Broncos then turned to their book of tricks late in the fourth quarter as Julian Suber ran in a fake field goal from the 3-yard line for the game's final score.
Miles, who leads all Gwinnett County players in rushing yards, finished with 168 on the ground and the one rushing score.
Friday night's victory means that the Broncos have the opportunity to capture the Region 8 title if they win their final two games over Parkview and Central Gwinnett.
Brookwood Shuts Down Grayson 24-7
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