The Cass Colonels home game against the Forsyth Central Bulldogs by a score of 13-6 on Friday. In typical Cass fashion, the team started off slow in the first half and went into the halftime trailing 6-3. They made their adjustments in the second half and tied the game on an 18-yard field goal by Pablo Delores, but the big play was Trevor Lowe’s touchdown pass to Walter Brown on a 29-yard fade route to give Cass the lead, and win, 13-6. Bobby Hughes joined the Harry Daniel Postgame Party with Alan Sanders and Kevin Pate to talk about his team’s adjustments. He said they needed to do better about playing a complete game against their opponents, instead of coming out and playing better in the second half. Their next game will be at Dalton next Friday night at 7:30. Don’t forget you can listen to every Cass Colonels game this season by listening to CDubyaProductions, which you can find by this link:


Adairsville took to Ringgold Friday night, and beat them by a score of 35-0. It was a relatively clean game, with no turnovers, but did see several 15-yard penalties in the game. Adairsville jumped to a 14-0 lead in the first half, but weren’t satisfied and went for an onside kick, which they converted, but failed to turn it into any points. Mike Garcia was at the game and said that Adairsville looked to be in a complete different league than Ringgold. Head coach Eric Bishop said that his team deserved this win and that he has instilled a “win practice” mentality for his team. Against Rinngold, Bishop said he didn’t feel comfortable until they put their fourth touchdown on the board. He said that Ringgold is a scary team that you can’t underestimate. Adairsville has a bye week next week, but will have a home game against Sonoraville on the 26th with a 7:30 start.


Woodland was the only team that fell in Bartow County this week and lost to Sprayberry by a score of 58-0. Woodland was still without their starting quarterback Tanner Self, but is hopeful he will have a bye week next week, but will travel to River Ridge on the 26th.