Wednesday June 19th, 2024 1:18AM

Football: Several area teams conclude spring with scrimmage battles

By AccessWDUN Staff

Several northeast Georgia area teams concluded their spring football seasons on Friday.

North Hall and Stephens County battled at The Brickyard while East Hall traveled to White County. Habersham Central entertained Hart County at Raider Stadium.

At The Brickyard, both the Trojans and Indians varsity duked it out for three quarters with both teams turning it over to the JV with Stephens leading 26-21.

But North Hall saw some positives with new Gainesville transfer quarterback Smith McGarvey. The rising junior was 6-of-10 for 151 yards and 2 TD passes in his limited time. Cole Cable had both TD catches for the Trojans, with 4 total catches for 129 yards, including a 76-yard bomb for a score.

Luke Jenkins had 104 yards rushing on 7 carries, including a 62-yard touchdown run.

In Cleveland, the Warriors and Vikings varsity finished in a 14-14 tie before giving way. White County scored twice in the first quarter on a touchdown run from Noel Lammers and Tripp Nix TD pass to Gaines Clark.

East Hall, meanwhile, scored twice in the second quarter on a pair of TD passes from Jamarcus Harrison, including a 39-yarder to Chasen Jones.

In Mount Airy, Habersham led 24-17 when teams went to the JV. Zeke Whittington and Jay Feltus each caught a TD pass, Donnie Warren ran for a touchdown, and Camden Meads kicked a FG for the Raiders.

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