Bailey, Terrell come to Georgia Tech
Anderico Bailey, Eastside — The Presbyterian College receiver caught two balls for 21 yards as the Eastside alum returned to the Atlanta area during the Blue Hose’s 59-3 loss at Georgia Tech Saturday.
One of his catches went for 23 yards, the other a loss of 2 yards.
Antarius Terrell, Eastside — Also returning to the Atlanta area at Georgia Tech for Presbyterian, Terrell saw action against Georgia Tech.
Terrell had one solo and one assisted tackle.
D.J. Hill, Newton — The sophomore linebacker didn’t record a statistic but saw playing time in Virginia’s dramatic win over Penn State Saturday.
The Cavaliers kept the Nittany Lions winless as Virginia quarterback Michael Rocco threw the game-winning 6-yard touchdown pass to Jake McGee with 1:28 remaining. Penn State’s Sam Fricken then missed his fourth field goal, from 42 yards out, to give Virginia the win.
Sheldon Rankins, Eastside — Rankins had his first collegiate tackle for No. 19 Louisville in the Cardinals 35-17 win over Missouri State Saturday.
The tackle came against Michael CooperFalls on a 5-yard gain on first-and-10 from the MSU 38-yard line on the third-to-last play of the game.
Devon Edwards, Alcovy — The Duke fresh- man played in his first game Saturday. The former All-State running back was not able to help, however, as Duke fell at Stanford 50-13.
Devon Mann, Newton — Mann followed up his 77-yard receiving performance against Howard with one catch for 23 yards for Morehouse College in its 3918 win over Edward Waters College Saturday.
Ashton Ziadie, Eastside — Eastside girls’ soccer’s all-time leading scorer is currently a member of Columbus State, which is off to a 4-0 record and is No. 11 ranking. Ziadie started all 23 games as a sophomore, and in her junior year is yet to see playing time.
Tara Harrison, Eastside — As a defender, Harrison has been a big part of LaGrange College’s 3-1 start. The Panthers, of the USA South Athletic Conference, have had shutouts in all three of their wins.
Harrison, who is the second most assists in Eastside girls’
Katie McCallum, Eastside — After leading the Eastside girls’ soccer team in goals scored in 2011, the Clayton State freshman has helped the Lakers get off to a 3-1 start. McCallum has played in all four games, scoring one goal, a game-winner in a 2-1 victory over Tennessee Wesleyan.
Zac Johnson, Eastside — Johnson tallied one solo and six assisted tackles in Charleston Southern’s 31-10 loss to Jacksonville Saturday.