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Top stars, best performances this week in Georgia high school football

Here are the top performances that caught our attention across the state in this week in Georgia high school football

Scoot Moskowitz, Milton

Moskowitz ran the ball 18 times and total 173 yards and four touchdowns, leading his team to a 38-0 blowout over Forsyth Central.

Nick Woodford, Northeast

Woodford showed out as he has all season long. He ran for a career-high 302 yards in a 49-16 win over Kendrick.

Max Wilson, North Oconee

The quarterback balled out in a 48-0 win over East Forsyth. He had five touchdowns on the night, three rushing and two passing.

Julian Lewis, Carrollton

Lewis added to his phenomenal freshman campaign with four more passing touchdowns in a blowout win over Pebblebrook.

Khyair Spain, Parkview

Spain continued his historic junior season with another dazzling performance from the backfield. He carried the ball 22 times for 300 yards and found pay dirt five times.

Germivy Tucker, Johnson County

Tucker carried the ball 13 times for 246 yards and four touchdowns in a blowout win over Glascock County. Tucker has ran for over 100 yards in each game and this was his fourth game of 200 plus yards.

Tyson Greenwade, Dalton

Greenwade was pivotal in the teams win over Cass. He was the bell-cow, running the ball 29 times for 252 yards and a touchdown.

Keegan Stover, Rabun County

Stover completed 21 of 28 passes for 366 yards, four touchdowns, and no interceptions. His performance helped keep Rabun County undefeated and gave Elbert County its first loss.

Jaden Gibson, Rabun County

Gibson was a man amongst boys on Friday night. Gibson hauled in 13 of his targets for 285 yards and four touchdowns.

Tate Morris, McIntosh

Morris completed 14 of 17 passes for 312 yards and three touchdowns, he also contributed with 87 yards on the ground.

Ben Guthrie, Alpharetta

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Guthrie had arguably one of the best played games by a quarterback this season. In a 70-21 win over Lassiter, he threw for 420 yards, seven touchdowns, and no interceptions.

Kameron Davis, Dougherty

Davis’ 250 yards in the air, 100 on the ground and four total touchdowns helped Dougherty capture its eighth straight win.

Andre Craig, Meadowcreek

Craig hauled in nine catches for the fourth time this season and with 112 yards, was his fifth game of over 100 receiving yards.

Andrico Jackson, Monroe

Jackson was a highlight reel versus Dougherty. He caught four passes for 134 yards and a touchdown, averaging 33.5 yards a catch.

Larry Lane, Dougherty

Lane caught seven of his targets for 193 yards and a touchdown. He had a catch and run for 70 yards to help his total.

Walter Blanchard, Brookstone

Blanchard had a big receiving night in the win over Crawford County. He caught seven passes for 152 yards and two touchdowns.

Marcus Malone, McIntosh

Malone had a monster game on the ground and through the air. He ran the ball for 12 times for 160 yards and three touchdowns. He also hauled in five catches for 130 yards and another score.

Sean Wilson, Alpharetta

Wilson had his best game of the season in a blowout win over Lassiter. He had eight receptions for 216 yards and three touchdowns.

Josiah Allen, Wheeler

Even in a game where Wheeler lost to North Cobb, he balled out. Going for 125 rushing yards and a touchdown.

Hunter Kirkley, Westfield

Kirkley showed off his dual-threat capabilities in the 35-0 win over Heritage. He threw for 228 yards and ran for 115 with five total touchdowns.

Quavion Copper, Manchester

Copper had himself yet another great performance. He went for 243 yards on 19 carries and four touchdowns.