Georgia Force are the 2015 GFC Champions

The GFC Championship goes to the Georgia Force as they soundly beat the North Georgia Falcons 41-6.

2015 GFC Final Standings

GFC Playoff results for Saturday, Oct 31st
North Georgia 42 East Atlanta 14

GFC Final Regular Season Standings as of 10/24/2015
2015 GFC Standings 10-24

Game results for Friday, Oct 23rd & Sat, Oct 24th
Georgia Force 41 Augusta Eagles 0
North Georgia 39 Johnson Ferry 0

Games results for Friday, Oct 16th & Sat, Oct 17th
Augusta Eagles 38 East Atlanta 26
Georgia Force 36 Carolina Wildcats 18
North Georgia 40 Renaissance 0

Games results for Friday, Oct 9th
North Georgia 26 East Atlanta 8
TKA 26 Georgia Force 7

Game results for Friday, Oct 2nd & Sat, Oct 3rd
Georgia Force 27 Johnson Ferry 14
North Georgia 53 Coastal Hurricanes 0
King’s Academy 40 East Atlanta 6

Game results for Friday, Sept 25th
Georgia Force 14 Dawson Christian 6
North Georgia 39 Augusta Eagles 0

Game results for Friday, Sapt 18th
East Atlanta 44 Augusta Eagles 0
Georgia Force 27 North Georgia 6

Georgia Force hosts North Georgia

GF vs HickoryGeorgia Force (blue & black) defeated the Hickory Hawks from NC 24-22

Game results for Friday, Sept 11th
Georgia Force 43 East Atlanta 12
Murphy 55 North Georgia 12

Game results for Friday, Sept 4th & Saturday, Sept 5th
Coastal Hurricanes 24 Augusta Eagles 7
Georgia Force 24 Hickory Hawks 22
North Georgia 38 East Atlanta 34

Game results from Friday, August 28th

East Atlanta 32 Coastal Hurricanes 14
Georgia Force 41 Dominion Christian 8
Horizon Chrisitian 42 Augusta Eagles 14
North Georgia 50 Greenville Hurricanes 26

Force rips Dominion Christian 41-8
(from Gwinnett Daily Post)
The Georgia Force defeated Dominion Christian 41-8 on Friday at Gary Pirkle Park. Dominion Christian scored early in the first quarter taking an 8-0 lead. The Force rebounded as Tyler Hopkins connected with Oz Faal for a 74-yard TD pass.
In the second quarter, Ryan Gunsallus scored a rushing touchdown and Will Pruitt converted the extra point to give the Force a 13-8 lead. Hopkins connected with Fall again for a score with a successful two-point conversion making the score 21-8. Hopkins and Gunsallus added touchdowns after the Force recovered Dominion Christian fumbles. Late in the third quarter, Ben Markiewwicz intercepted a Dominion Christian pass and returned it for a TD.

Game results for Friday, August 21st
Anderson Cavaliers 35 East Atlanta 6
Georgia Force 45 Augusta Eagles 7
North Georgia 24 Holy Spirit 19

NG vs Holy Spirit 8-21-2015North Georgia (in white) opened their season with victory over Holy Spirit
North Georgia defeats Holy Spirit 24-19

The Falcons opened the season with a hard fought victory over Holy Spirit. FB David Richards scored from 31 yards on a run up the middle to give North Georgia a 6-0 lead in the first quarter. Holy Spirit came right back but settled for a 25 yard field goal to make it 6-3. Holy Spirit scored on a touchdown pass to make it 10-6, but the Falcons responded with a 20 yard touchdown run by Scott Richards. 12-10 Falcons. Before the half, QB Gaddi Gonzalez threw a 28 yard TD pass to Junior Lazalde to put the Falcons up 18-10. In the 3rd quarter, Holy Spirit booted a 30 yard field goal to close the score to 18-13. Early in the 4th quarter, Scott Richards scored again this time from 11 yards to give the Falcons a 24-13 lead. With time down to under 2 minutes in the game, Holy Spirit was able to score to make it 24-19, but was unable to score again as time ran out.

2015 Augusta Eagles Roster

4 Holden Shaver
7 Nolan Gough
10 Tykeem Hawkins
17 Jaylen Harris-Gibson
18 Jacob Martin
19 Andrew Boudet
21 Quamaine Satterwhite
24 Hakeim Odom
32 Hunter James
34 Judah Cohee
40 Timothy Tordoff
44 Michael Tordoff
48 Braden Umphlett
58 Jeremiah Watkins
64 Samuel McCollough
78 Hunter Jordan
84 Daniel Jones
99 Anthony Gonnella

2015 East Atlanta Roster
1 Sherlon Liverpool
3 Cortlan Abrams
7 Zachary Mize
10 Seth Williams
12 Cleavon Dowell
14 Jacob Rainwater
18 Ricky Matza
22 Josh Coursey
23 Keontae Morrow
24 Wheeler Mitchell
25 Tre’von Attucks
26 Mitchell Long
44 Cameron Sewell
45 Andrew Yount
56 Drew Rainwater
57 Andrew Hunter
62 Patrick Lemberg
64 William Barnett
88 Levi Martson
90 Sawyer Matza

2015 Georgia Force Roster

11 Will Agin
74 John Barrett
80 Nathan Blankemeyer
75 Caleb Brooks
78 Joshua Carr
71 Christian Conway
59 Jesse Dickerson
41 Stephen Durand
6 Ousman Faal
4 Kaleb Fisher
19 Ryan Gunsallus
2 Tyler Hopkins
54 Evan Humphrey
15 Chane Hunter
5 Dylan Jean
8 Jacob Matlock
62 RiNico McCauley
47 Conor McFerren
24 Ethan Monjure
29 Everett Nelson
93 Will Pruitt
71 Christian Rivera
10 Jacob Ross
1 Milton Rowe
67 Addison Smith
45 Benjamin Taylor
3 Christian Thrift
56 Harris Williams
Taylor Jockell

2015 North Georgia Roster

16 Andrew Austin
15 Kenton Bradford
22 Kristian Bradford
38 Peyton Bradley
58 Devontre Bridges
20 Brock Browder
14 Conner Diamond
6 Gaddi Gonzalez
50 Bailey Hanner
42 Stephen Harrah
11 Ben Harrison
52 Ben Jefferson
56 Jonathan Jumper
55 Daniel Lazalde
1 Junior Lazalde
67 Deandre Logan
35 George Mitchell
10 Shields Mooney
28 David Richards
13 Scott Richards
17 Kameron Richardson
3 Spencer Richardson
99 Corey Taylor
4 Isaiah Wilkins
66 Christian Wolf
33 Cody Wolf


GFC/GFL Champions (2004 through 2014)
2014 North Georgia Falcons
2013 Augusta Prep Cavaliers
2012 East Atlanta Mustangs
2011 Holy Spirit Prep Cougars
2010 North Georgia Falcons
2009 North Georgia Falcons
2008 Christian Heritage Lions
2007 NCC Crusaders
2006 Georgia Force
2005 Georgia Force
2004 North Georgia Falcons

As you can see from the list above, our league has been competitive each year with many different teams able to win a championship. You can click on each of the teams in the upper left toolbar to view their schedule, roster and contact information. We look forward to a great 2015 football season.


The above coaching staff of Ave Maria University in south Florida includes former Georgia Force player David Harley (first row, 2nd from left). David played football for St.Mary’s University then transferred to Ave Maria where he played and graduated last year. He joined the staff for this football season.

Force Chris Webb at MaranathaFormer Force player Chris Webb now plays LB for Maranatha Bible College.


Keving Ard E.Atl signs with Aurora

Kevin Ard signs to play college football with Aurora University

Kevin Ard, who was the quarterback for the East Atlanta Mustangs, signed a letter of intent to play college football for Aurora University located in the suburbs of Chicago, Illinois. A four year starter for East Atlanta, Kevin led the Mustangs to the 2012 GFC Championship and has played a pivotal role in the success that the Mustangs have achieved in the past four years. Kevin attended Paragon Academy (no football team) and was able to play for the East Atlanta Mustangs, a high school football team located in the Conyers, Georgia area.


NCAA Eligibility for high school students looking to play College sports

Any high school students (public, private, Christian or Homeschool), looking to play a sport in college, must register and meet the eligibility requirements as approved by the NCAA prior to being able to participate. The information on acceptable requirements for GPA, SAT and/or ACT scores as well as the paperwork needed are found on the NCAA website. Below is the link to the website. If you have any interest at all, you need to register and get the information to them asap, especially if you are entering your senior year or are in your senior year of high school.


Division I Initial-Eligibility Changes – Class of 2016

The changes adopted by the Division I Board of Directors continue to use a student-athlete’s grades in high school core courses in combination with the student-athlete’s ACT or SAT score and core-course accumulation.

Prospective student-athletes who achieve the current minimum initial-eligibility standard on the test score-GPA sliding scale with at least a minimum 2.0 core-course GPA would continue to be eligible for athletically related financial aid during the first year of enrollment and practice during the first regular academic term of enrollment. Student-athletes serving this academic redshirt year would have to successfully complete nine semester or eight quarter hours during their first academic term to be eligible for practice during their second term.

For immediate access to competition, prospective student-athletes will be required to present at least a 2.3 GPA and an increased sliding-scale credential. Specifically, prospects need to earn about a half-point higher GPA for a given test score compared to the standard for aid and practice. For example, an SAT score of 1,000 would require a 2.5 high school core-course GPA for competition and a 2.0 high school core-course GPA for aid and practice.

Incoming student-athletes will be required to successfully complete 10 of the 16 total required core courses before the start of their senior year in high school. Seven of those 10 courses must be in English, math and science.


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