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Gwinnett County Football Review: Week 4

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MC Brenton King SR 56 yard FG

Brenton King set a new school record with a 56 yard FG in the Mill Creek win against Archer in Week 4 action. Image courtesy Tony Rowe.

Week 4 of the Georgia High School Association 2016 football season saw 17 of 24 Gwinnett County teams taking the field, including nine that battled non-county teams and four games that paired county teams. Mill Creek, Norcross, and Wesleyan won to remain undefeated heading to Week 5.

Gwinnett county teams went 2-7 against out of county opponents in Week 4 which comes on the heels of a 3-8 mark in Week 3. Of the two winning teams, Wesleyan and Discovery, the Titans win was historic because it was the first ever for the school playing their first full season.

Winners

Apalachee (0-2-1) @ Discovery (1-3), 27-10

Hapeville Charter (1-2) @ Wesleyan (3-0), 31-14

Losers

Dacula (1-2) @ Arabia Mtn. (4-0), 24-21

Greater Atlanta Christian (2-1) @ Valor Christian, CO (1-2), 21-17

Lanier (1-2) @ Northside (4-0), 38-7

Meadowcreek (0-3) @ Forsyth Central (2-0), 63-28

Peachtree Ridge (1-3) @ Newton (2-0), 34-32

Shiloh (1-3) @ Lowndes (3-1), 37-0

South Gwinnett (3-1) @ South Forsyth (3-1), 39-20

Eight county teams met in four games, including three AAAAAAA contests. Region 7 went 2-0 in the non-league games while Region 6 won two of three, and Region 8 was 0-1 in their only non-region matchup.

Winners

Central Gwinnett (1-3) over Collins Hill (0-4), 43-35

Hebron Christian (2-1) over Providence Christian (1-1), 19-7

Mill Creek (4-0) over Archer (1-2), 31-10

Norcross (3-0) over North Gwinnett (2-2), 38-21

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