Canes and Wildcats win big, Colonels suffer road loss

Both Cartersville and Woodland cruised to easy victories Friday night while Cass suffered a road loss at Forsyth Central.

Tee Webb threw for six touchdowns and ran for one to lead Cartersville. Jimmy Davis and Quentin Burgs combined for five of Woodland's touchdowns as those two local teams posted 55 points each.


Tee Webb tossed six touchdown passes and ran for one as the Cartersville Purple Hurricanes tamed the visiting Luella Lions 55-3 Friday night at Weinman Stadium.

Cartersville cruised to a 34-0 lead in the first quarter and added 21 more before the intermission.

Luella kicked a third quarter touchdown to get on the scoreboard.

The Hurricanes sat the starters in the second half and a running clock after halftime helped close out the contest.

Webb (photo) connected with Kaleb Chatman on a 48-yarder to open Cartersville’s scoring. He followed that with a scoring toss to Marcus Gary and a second touchdown pass to Chatman to go ahead 20-0.

Webb rushed rushed for a late first quarter score and hooked up with Gary for a fourth TD pass to put the Canes on top, 34-0.

In the second quarter, Gary added a 4-yard rushing touchdown, while Webb hit Harrison Allen for a 39-yard scoring pass and Amari Orr on another to give Cartersville a 55-0 advantage at the break.

The Cartersville defense was stingy, holding Luella to just -18 yards in the first half, while the Cartersville offense surpassed 330 yards.

Cartersville is now 2-0 on the season and will host McNair next week at 7:30 p.m. Luella fell to 0-2.


The Woodland Wildcats dominated visiting East Hall Friday night at Wildcats’ Stadium, 55-6.

Woodland raced to a 42-0 first half lead and enjoyed a mercy-rule, running clock in the second half of their non-region win.

Jimmy Davis (photo left) scored three rushing touchdowns and Quentin Burgs (photo right) scored two to pace the Wildcats’ offense. Demarcus Williams and Jakob Foss added touchdown scampers and Seth Johnson scored for Woodland on a 56-yard pick-six.

Titus Jones threw for a two-point conversion and ran for one. Woodland placekicker, Ronny Ramirez, made three of five PAT attempts.

East Hall’s score came late in the third quarter. Zander Mann connected with Kylan Curry for a 29-yard touchdown play that made the score 48-6 at the time.

East Hall dropped to 0-3 on the season with the one-sided loss.

Woodland (2-0) opens Region 7-AAAAA competition next Friday at Cass.

Woodland photos courtesy TCPics Photography - Susan & Travis Cochran


Cass fell behind 17-0 in the first half at Forsyth Central Friday night and was unable to overcome the deficit in a 24-12 non-region loss.

Forsyth Central kicked a first quarter field goal and took advantage of a pair of Cass turnovers to build their first half lead.

Cass fumbled a punt on its own 11-yard line, which allowed Forsyth Central quarterback Ryan Vanuum to score from 9 yards out. Then the Colonels’ quarterback, Rett Moore, was intercepted with a return to inside the Cass 5-yard line. Vanuum followed with his second touchdown run. This time from four yards out.

Cass narrowed the Forsyth Central lead to 17-6 in the third quarter with a 22-yard touchdown pass from Moore to Jacquez Fountain, but Devran Orson’s four-yard TD run pushed the Bulldogs’ lead back to 24-6 in the fourth quarter.

The Colonels added a touchdown with 2:12 remaining on an 8-yard run by Moore, but that would be as close as they would get.

Forsyth Central improved to 2-0 on the season.

Cass (1-1) will host Woodland next Friday.

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