Four games to watch, full schedule for week 5

Four games to watch, full schedule for week 5

JACKSONVILLE, Florida. – It’s week 5 of the high school football season. We take a look at the best four games, next four options, and full schedule for North Florida and South Georgia teams.

All games are at 7 p.m. unless otherwise stated. District games indicated with an *. Super 10 rankings are in parentheses.

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The four best games to watch

Columbia (2-2) at (1) Trinity Christian (4-0), 7:30 p.m.

The Tigers started the season with back-to-back losses but bounced back. Trinity is 4-2 against the Tigers, including back-to-back wins in 2021 (26-13) and 28-21 (2020). RB Tony Fulton (255 yards, 4 TDs) and QB Tyler Jefferson (221 rushing yards, 2 TDs) leads Columbia’s offense. Jefferson also passed for 316 yards and a TD while splitting time with Evan Umstead. The Conquerors have found their rhythm. QC Colin Hurley (591 passing yards, 7 TDs) found his favorite target in WR Miles Burris (395 receiving yards, 4 TDs) and the ground game of Darnell Rogers (433 rushing yards, 7 touchdowns) and Treyawn Webb (367 yards, 7 TDs) is the most dangerous in the area. If Trinity overtakes Columbia, there is only one significant challenge left in the second half of the schedule – district rival Christian University on October 1. 14.

Year Results
2021 Christian Trinity 26, Colombia 13
2020 Christian Trinity 28, Colombia 21
2019 Colombia 38, Christian Trinity 7
2018 Christian Trinity 31, Colombia 30
2017 Colombia 24, Trinity Christian 14
2016 Trinity Christian 34, Colombia 0

(4) Creekside (3-1) at (8) Mandarin (3-1), 6:30 p.m.

A clash in Super 10 between two very good attacks. The Knights had 41 in a loss to Gainesville Buchholz last week and have a big RB game Nicky Williams (552 rushing yards, 10 touchdowns) leading the offense. Last week was the first time this season that Williams failed to find the end zone. QC Wilson Edwards (482 passing yards, 8 TDs) has yet to return the ball. Mandarin QB Tramell Jones (714 passing yards, 9 touchdowns) is arguably the best player in the region under center and he has big goals in Jaime FFrench (311 receiving yards, 4 TDs) and Kieren Jackson (142 receiving yards, 3 touchdowns).

Year Results
2021 Creekside 20, Mandarin 16
2016 Mandarin 54, Creekside 3
2015 Mandarin 47, Creekside 29
2012 Mandarin 28, Creekside 14
2011 Creekside 28, Mandarin 22
2010 Mandarin 41, Creekside 28
2009 Creekside 24, Mandarin 21

St. Augustine (2-2) at Bartram Trail (4-0)

This rivalry has been neatly cut into compartments. The Yellow Jackets topped this series from 2001 to 2017, going 19-0, including a pair of playoff wins. Once Bartram got over that hump, he didn’t look back. The Bears have won the last four meetings and have arguably established themselves as the public school for new programs to learn from. Bartram has only missed the playoffs three times in 21 seasons of eligibility. The Yellow Jackets have been an even bigger model of consistency. St. Augustine had been in the playoffs every season since 1999 before its 22-year playoff streak ended last year. This streak has been rooted in close, home-and-away games. Twelve of the 23 games were decided by one possession or less. The Bears have been defensively focused this season, limiting teams to 11 points per game. KG Zeke Cromwell (41 tackles) and DB Connor Hemingway (2 INT) lead the team in these categories. comics Sharif Denson, a commit from Florida, should be considered. He has a choice and blocked a FG. RB Layton Biddle (385 yards rushing, 5 TDs) and QB Riley Trujillo (267 yards on the ground, 2 TDs) punctuated Bartram’s offensive. The Yellow Jackets have an excellent RB in Devonte Lyons, a great game waiting to happen. QC Locklan Hewlett has solid goals in the form of Carl Jenkins Jr. and Myles Simmons. S pablo rivera and LB Drake Lusk drive the St. Defense of Augustin.

Year Results
2021 26 Bartram Trail, St. Augustine 14
2020 35 Bartram Trail, St. Augustine 21
2019 42 Bartram Trail, St. Augustine 40
2018 44 Bartram Trail, St. Augustine 14
2017 St. 31 Augustine, 28 Bartram Trail
2016 St. 26 Augustine, 14 Bartram Trail
2015 St. 24 Augustine, 17 Bartram Trail (OT)
2014 St. 10 Augustine, 7 Bartram Trail
2013 St. 28 Augustine, 27 Bartram Trail
2012 St. Augustine 27, Bartram 26
2011 St. 26 Augustine, 10 Bartram Trail
2010 playoffs St. 16 Augustine, 15 Bartram Trail
2010 27 Augustine St., 10 Bartram Trail
2009 playoffs St. 31 Augustine, 7 Bartram Trail
2009 St. 49 Augustine, 7 Bartram Trail
2008 St. 22 Augustine, 19 Bartram Trail
2007 St. 17 Augustine, 10 Bartram Trail
2006 St. 10 Augustine, 7 Bartram Trail
2005 St. August 26, Bartram Trail 0
2004 27 Augustine St., 20 Bartram Trail
2003 St. Augustine 34, Bartram Trail 0
2002 St. 14 Augustine, 9 Bartram Trail
2001 St. August 30, Bartram Trail 0

Fletcher (2-2) at Sandalwood (1-2), 6:30 p.m.

The Senators picked up a tough win over Nease last week and looked a bit more explosive in the second year of ciatrick fason coaching assignment. QC Marcelis Tate (777 passing yards, 5 TDs), RB Keandre Harold (221 rushing yards, 4 TDs) and WR Antoine Vaglienti 291 receiving yards, 4 touchdowns) are Fletcher’s leading offensive playmakers. KG Eli Durden (38 tackles) and LB/DE Jacques-Joseph (37 tackles, 4 TFL) and LB Parrish of Eysaw (36 tackles, 4 TFL) leads a strong Fletcher defense. Senators will have to focus on Sandalwood QB Baylor Hayes (352 passing yards, 2 TDs) ad RB Jordan bean (250 rushing yards, TD). KG DJ Allen (34 tackles, 6 TFL) and LB/S Caleb Stein (31 tackles, 6 TFL, 2 sacks) are the best among tacklers on what has been a tough Saints defense. The Saints are holding the teams at 15.3 points per game. They just need to produce more on offense, where points have been hard to come by (11 ppg). BC jonathan bradham has two of Sandalwood’s four picks this season. Sandalwood won last year’s encounter 21-15.

Next four

Glynn Academy (2-2) vs Brunswick (4-0), 7:30 p.m.*: The City Championship in Brunswick is always an excellent confrontation. The Pirates won 17-14 last year and are looking to make it three in a row against the Red Terrors. According to the Georgia High School Football Historians Association, Brunswick leads the all-time series 39-37-2.

Parker (1-3) at Baldwin (3-1), 6:30 p.m.: The Indians have made it clear that they are a force to be dealt with on district time with a 30-7 blowout from Baker County last week. The Braves still haven’t found a solution for a struggling offense (9.5 points per game this season).

Riverside (2-2, 1-0) at (5) White (3-1, 0-0), 6:30 p.m.*: Commanders can all but lock in the 3-2M District title with a win here. They are averaging 34.8 points per game this season. Riverside’s defense should be able to slow the Whites down a bit, but their offense hasn’t come close to a big game this season.

Tocoi Creek (3-1) on clay (2-2): The Toros continue to win. RB Wendell Dean (373 rushing yards, 7 TDs) and Tocoi face their toughest test since a Week 3 game against Bishop Kenny. Clay QB Merrick Rapoza (542 passing yards, 6 passing touchdowns) and the Blue Devils got back on track last week with a surge in Gainesville.

5 week schedule, Florida

All games 7 p.m. unless otherwise specified; neighborhood games indicated by *

Monday Sep 19

Continent 22, Flagler Palm Coast 16

Friday Sep 23

Atlantic Coast (0-4) at Camden County (3-2), 7:30 p.m.

Baker County (2-1) at Viera (0-3)

Seaside (2-1) at Ridgeview (1-3)

Bishop Kenny (4-0) at West Nassau (1-3)

Bishop Snyder (3-1) at Harvest Community (2-1)

Branford (3-1) at Paxon (1-3), 6:30 p.m.

Church of Christ (0-4) at St. John Paul II (3-0)

Columbia (2-2) at Trinity Christian (4-0), 7:30 p.m.

Crescent City (1-2) at Hilliard (2-2)

Creekside (3-1) at Mandarin (3-1), 6:30 p.m.

Englewood (2-1) at Stanton (0-4), 6:30 p.m.

Fletcher (2-2) at Sandalwood (1-2), 6:30 p.m.

Fort White (1-2) at Williston (3-0), 7:30 p.m.

Gainesville Oak Hall (3-0) at Eagle’s View (1-2)

Keystone Heights (2-2) at Interlachen (4-0), 7:30 p.m.

Matanzas (1-3) at Port Orange Atlantic (1-2)

Menendez (2-2) at Ponte Vedra (1-2)

Middlebourg (0-4) to Ribault (3-1)

Nease (0-4) at Orange Park (1-2)

NFEI (2-2) at Episcopal (3-0)

Oakleaf (3-1) at Tallahassee Chiles (0-4)

Palatka (3-0) at Lake Weir (0-4)

Parker (1-3) at Baldwin (3-1), 6:30 p.m.

Quincy Munroe (2-1) at Bradford (3-0), 7:30 p.m.

Raines (2-1) vs. Trinity Catholic (2-1)

Riverside (2-2, 1-0) at White (3-1, 0-0), 6:30 p.m.*

Riverside Christian (0-2-1) vs. Cedar Creek Christian (2-1)

St. Augustine (2-2) at Bartram Trail (4-0)

Savannah Benedictine (2-2) at Bolles (2-2), 7:30 p.m.

Suwannee (1-3) at North Marion (4-0), 7:30 p.m.

Tocoi Creek (3-1) at Clay (2-2)

Union County (2-1) at Newberry (3-0), 7:30 p.m.

University Christian (4-0) at Rabun Gap (NC) (4-1)

Orange City University (2-2) at Flagler Palm Coast (3-1)

Westside (1-3) at First Coast (2-1), 6:30 p.m.

Zarephath Academy (1-3) at Mayo Lafayette (3-1)

Stopped: Fernandina Beach, Fleming Island, Hollis Christian, Impact Christian, Jackson, Providence, St. Joseph, Wolfson, Young Children in Motion, Yulee.

Week 6 program, Georgia

All matches at 7:30 p.m.; region games indicated with *

Friday Sep 23

Atlantic Coast (0-4) at Camden County (3-2)

Bainbridge (2-3) at Ware County (3-0)

Brantley County (3-1) at Pierce County (4-0)*

Glynn Academy (2-2) vs Brunswick (4-0)*

Stopped: County of Charton.

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