Tuesday, October 16, 2012
Coaches' picks for standout players in Friday's 26-21 win over the Dacula Falcons
Parkview High School football Players of the Week, Dacula High game: OFFENSE Chris Carson, running back: Had 27 carries for 172 yards, four touchdowns, and one reception for 10 yards. Tra Malloy, offensive lineman: Had a high blocking grade Trey Derouen, offensive lineman: Had a high blocking grade. Malik McIntyre, defensive back: Had great contributions on special teams. Demonte Dawson, running back: Had great contributions on special teams. DEFENSE Sam Willis, defensive lineman: Had six total tackles, two QB hurries and one sack. Hunter Thornton, defensive end: Had nine total tackles, two tackles for loss, and three QB hurries, also averaged 45.7 yards on three punts. Shaq Vereen, defensive back: Had seven total tackles. Bryce Lewis, …
Saturday, October 13, 2012
The Friday night win against Dacula High School keeps Parkview inching higher in region standings.
Friday, October 12, 2012
Parkview High has already beat Grayson High, last season's state champions, and Brookwood, their arch-rival. Can they take down Dacula? Checks mark the predicted winners this week.
Gwinnett Football Predictions Last week's record: 10-2 (53-21 overall) Friday, Oct. 12 ✔ — Predicted Winner Idle: Duluth, South Gwinnett See also:
Wednesday, September 26, 2012
Parkview has lost against Brookwood every year since 2008. Friday night, the two teams meet again, and recent Parkview wins could spell a game-changer.
Last year, Parkview lost the big game against Brookwood in the final 15 seconds of the game. Just when it looked like the Panthers might pull a win, after a years-long losing streak against the Broncos, Nick Thompkins had to return a 75-yard kickoff. So, Parkview lost 23-19. The last time Parkview High School beat Brookwood High School (7-0 in 2008) was also the last season the Parkview Panthers had a winning record, 7-4. On Friday, the two rivals meet again. The winner of the game will be considered to be the front-runner in Region 8-AAAAAA. -- Show your school spirit in the comment section. Let us know what you think of the Panthers' chances of winning against rival Brookwood Broncos. -- With Parkview coming off of a big win (22-7) on …
Thursday, September 20, 2012
A week ago, Grayson was No. 1 in Georgia and the nation. Now they're unranked altogether after losing to Parkview. What do you think about that?
Earlier this week, a blogger on ajc.com asked if it was too harsh to drop previously top-ranked Grayson all of the way out of the top 10 in Class AAAAAA after its 22-7 loss at Parkview. Part of the justification for the drop, according to blogger Todd Holcomb, was that the rankings reflect where the teams are now and not an indication where they'll finish. (By the way, former No. 3 Walton also fell out of the rankings after a lopsided loss to North Cobb). "Losing 22-7 to an unranked team is not playing like a Top 10 team," explained Holcomb, who also is one of the founders of the Georgia High School Football Daily newsletter, which covers state football better than anyone else. Rankings are a tough thing to do. I know. In my more than 20 …