#GHSA Corky Kell Classic


It’s that time! High School Football kicks off this weekend around the country and Fans Favorite FAN will be at the Corky Kell Classic here in the state of Georgia. Every year we get to see some of the most talented high school football players in this tournament and this tournament sets the tone for our high school football coverage throughout the season.

Launched in 1992, the MetroPCS Corky Kell Classic is a Georgia high school football event and was the first event ever to be held at the Georgia Dome. The Classic kicks off the highly competitive high school football season in Georgia every August with partial proceeds benefitting the Kell Foundation to fund scholarships. Throughout the years the games have included top talent in both Georgia and across the nation. Marketed and operated by Score Atlanta and a group that includes former successful high school coaches Dave Hunter and Jim Dorsey, in the past three years the Classic has reached more than 2.1 million television and internet viewers with a total game attendance of more than 100,000 fans.  For 2014, the Classic has grown from five to seven games with 14 teams in participation. The Classic will return to the Georgia Dome in 2015 and 2016 before moving to the new Falcons stadium in 2017 via Corky Kell Classic Website



Aug. 22 at Walter Cantrell Stadium, McEachern HS

LOCATION: 2400 New Macland Rd, Powder Springs, GA 30127


6:00 P.M. – Creekview vs. North Paulding             8:45 P.M. – Sandy Creek vs. Archer


Aug. 23 at Walter Cantrell Stadium, McEachern HS


9:00 A.M. – Carrollton vs. Kell                                5:45 P.M. – Tucker vs. Norcross


11:45 A.M. – Mill Creek vs. Colquitt County           8:45 P.M. – North Gwinnett vs. McEachern


2:45 P.M. – Valdosta vs. Brookwood


We will be there both days to cover the games! Make sure you catch one of our cameras and REP YOUR TEAM #FansFAVORITE



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