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Woodstock vs Allatoona: Wolverines and Bucs fighting to keep playoff hopes alive

Scouting the Wolverines

The Woodstock Wolverines will be back at home this week in search of their second win of the season and first region win. The Wolverines will get back to work as they once again attempt to establish the ground game with the trio of Sherrod Elly, Isaiah Payton and Evan Stacey. Senior quarterback Peyton Lynch continues to put up good passing numbers, as he’s thrown for 954 yards and 6-TDs. Chase Colina and Luke Renninger continue to lead the team in receiving, combining for 51 receptions for 629 yards and 5-TDs. Drew Burmeister (47 TTs), Chase Price (42 TTs) and Braedy Sommerville, (31 TTs, 5 sacks) continue to pace the Woodstock defense.

Scouting the Bucs

The Allatoona Buccaneers are also looking for their first region win of the year, as well as their first win of the season. The Bucs were off last week as the try to regroup for the last half of the season. Through the first five games of the season, Allatoona is averaging 83 yards per game on the ground and 122.8 yards per game through the air. Sadiq Teal has thrown for 517 yards and 4-TDs in those five games. Meanwhile, Xavier Rucker leads the team with 326 yards and 2-TDs through the first five games. Camden Phillips and Rucker also have combined for 19 receptions for 402 yards and 4-TDs.

Pundit's Pick

Statistically, both Woodstock and Allatoona are averaging just around 11 points per game, while Allatoona’s defense has performed a tad bit better. This is a must win game for either team if they want to keep their playoff hopes alive. Woodstock has made strides this season and we expect them to be in the game late. However, we believe the Bucs Gray Kelley will be the difference in the special teams. Bucs by 3.

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