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PREP ROUNDUP: Woodland upsets Locust Grove 23-14

Jeff Hurndon Photography / Eagle’s Landing Christian Academy running back Keyante Green (1) and the Chargers came off their bye week looking strong in a 62-0 win over Mount Vernon.

Jeff Hurndon Photography / Eagle’s Landing Christian Academy running back Keyante Green (1) and the Chargers came off their bye week looking strong in a 62-0 win over Mount Vernon.

Scoreboard

Mundy's Mill 32, Drew 21

Dutchtown 52, Eagle's Landing 22

Carver-Columbus 47, Henry County 0

Woodland 23, Locust Grove 14

Lovejoy 50, Morrow 0

Rockdale 21, Luella 20

Ola 49, Mount Zion 24

ELCA 62, Mount Vernon 0

North Clayton 19, Upson-Lee 14

Landmark 49, Strong Rock 0

Union Grove 54, Forest Park 6

Riverdale 21, Spalding 0 (Thurs.)

Woodland picked the right time to end a four-game losing streak.

Malcolm Miller rushed for two touchdowns to lead the Wolfpack to a 23-14 Homecoming victory over Locust Grove on Friday in their Region 4-AAAA opener.

Miller rushed for touchdowns of 37 and 19 yards for Woodland (2-4, 1-0), which ended Locust Grove’s school-best five game winning streak.

Taylor Poff threw an 8-yard touchdown pass to Darrow Ramsey and Khai Ngo added a field goal.

Locust Grove fell to 5-2 overall and 1-1 in the region.

Ola 49, Mount Zion 24

JoJo Spann scored a pair of touchdowns as Ola won a Region 4-AAAAA, Division A game at home.

In addition to Spann’s TDs, the Mustangs got rushing touchdowns from Greg Walker and Coy Waters. Ryan John returned an interception for a touchdown as Ola improved to 2-4 overall and 1-1 in the region.

Mount Zion dropped to 0-6 and 0-2.

ELCA 62, Mount Vernon Presbyterian 0

The top-ranked Chargers cruised to their 22nd straight Region 5-A victory. Mount Vernon is in its first season as a Georgia High School Association team after playing in the Georgia Independent School Association.

North Clayton 19, Upson-Lee 14

La’Darrius Mathis scored two touchdowns as the Eagles won their first game of the season.

The senior had a touchdown reception and run as North Clayton improved to 1-6 overall and 1-2 in Region 4-AAAA, Division B.