I'm coming off a 4-1 week, with Harlem's win over Glenn Hills my lone miscue. That brings my total to 26-4 for the season.
This week, several of our teams are facing opponents that are red hot - especially on the offensive side of the ball. Evans, Harlem and Greenbrier all face opponents who are among the state's highest-scoring teams during the past few weeks.
Evans (3-3) vs. Brunswick (4-2)
Brunswick is averaging 45.6 points per game in their past three contests. The Knights need a win to get over .500, but this week will be tough.
Brunswick 33, Evans 10
Greenbrier (3-4) vs. Ware County (4-2)
The Gators are piling up the points lately, too. They have outscored their opponents 81-0 in their past two games. Greenbrier will provide a stiffer test, but Ware County should prevail.
Ware County 34, Greenbrier 20
Harlem (2-4) at Washington County (4-2)
Harlem is coming off a nice win over Glenn Hills, but Washington County is a notch above the Spartans (more like several notches). Washington County is averaging 49 points per game in its past three wins.
Washington County 37, Harlem 10
Lakeside (2-5) vs. Glynn Academy (3-3)
If there is a better 3-3 team in Georgia, I'd like to see it. Glynn's three losses have come to Statesboro (7-3), Brunswick (7-0), and Ware County (21-14). They handed Effingham County their first loss last week and should have no trouble in this one.
Glynn Academy 27, Lakeside 6
Augusta Christian (7-1) vs. Heathwood Hall
The Lions will be tested this week, but they should pass the test. Augusta Christian looks like they are getting hot just at the right time.
Augusta Christian 20, Heathwood Hall 16
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