Week 8 North Georgia Players of The Week

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Fannin- Sr. DL Jeremy Tammen 9 total tackles

There weren’t many bright spots from the Rebels in their shutout loss on Friday, but Jeremy Tammen was everywhere on the defensive side of the ball against Model. 

Pickens- Sr. LB Kadyn Hampton 18 total tackles, 3 TFL, 1 sack

The Dragons defense struggled big time against the Tigers offense on Friday, but Hamptoon once again did his part. He led the team in tackles by a long shot and as well as notching a sack and 3 TFL.

Gilmer- Will Kiker RB/FS 8 carries, 146 rushing yards, 2 TDs, 46 receiving yards, 6 total tackles, INT

We have seen this story before. Will Kiker once again dominated on both sides of the ball as his name appeared all over the box score. Kiker averaged 18.25 YPC, led the team in receiving yards, as well as running the ball in for two touchdowns. On defense, he was third on the team in tackles and brought in a big INT. 

Union- Jr. QB Caiden Tanner 11/16 217 yards, 2 pass TDs, 12 rushing yards, 3 rushing TDs

Tanner’s impact was undeniable in this big blowout win for the Panthers. Tanner’s dynamic game allowed for the junior to tally 5 total TDs. His efforts led Union to a 42-7 win. 

Lumpkin- Jr. RB Mason Sullens 32 carries 199 yards 3 TDs

Sullens led his Indians to a huge come from behind win over Gilmer on Friday night. The Indians kept feeding Sullens as he tallied a season high 32 carries and nearly notched 200 rushing yards. He averaged 6.2 YPC and he recorded 3 of the 4 Lumpkin TDs. 

White- Jr. RB Ryan Fowler 25 carries, 142 yards, 1 TD

Fowler provided a huge boost to this struggling offense, though White County fell short. Fowler averaged 5.7 YPC in his return to the field.

Dawson- Sr. RB/LB Kade Moledor 8 carries, 90 yards, 1 TD, 19 tackles

Moledor dominated on both sides of the ball once again by tallying nearly 100 yards on the ground and an incredible 19 total tackles for the Tigers defense. This captain is doing big things for the Tigers and will look to carry them to a region title. 

North Murray- Sr. LB/WR Liam Rogers

Chatooga- Sr. QB Brady Groce 12/24 239 yards, 2 TDs

Chatooga fell to Darlington, but Groce had a solid game throwing for over 200 yards and getting 2 of the three Indians touchdowns.

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