The Allatoona vs Harrison rivalry started 10 years ago when Allatoona High School opened its doors after splitting the Cobb County district and creating this fierce Rivalry now known as the Battle of the Covenant Cup. After beating Allatoona 49-16 last year, and with their victory this year, Harrison now leads the series 6-4.


Justin Fields


Payton Eeles


Payton has competed both on the football field and the baseball diamond, earning two letters for each sport. Payton excels in the classroom as well, while taking numerous of AP courses, Payton is currently holding a 4.30 GPA. After graduation, Payton plans to attend college with hopes to play baseball.
Keegan Kalafut


Keegan takes pride on hard work on the football field and the class room. Keegan is a member of the National Honor Society Club, The Beta Club, Chick-Fil-a Leadership Academy, and the UGA Miracle Club. Keegan is currently holding a 4.36 GPA and plans to attend college after graduation.


Michael Robinson


Michael Robinson participated in the Allatoona Harrison rivalry his sophomore, junior, and senior years. During his tenure with the Allatoona Buccaneers, Michael helped lead his team to the playoffs each year, and he was a key component to the success of the Buccaneers in their 2015 State Championship season. He went on to lead the team to the Sweet 16 and recorded 108 tackles, six sacks, two forced fumbles, one fumble recovery and two interceptions as a senior. Robinson went on to sign a football scholarship with Ball State University in Indiana where he is currently enrolled as a freshman.
Wade Tompkins


Wade has been apart of the Harrison Hoyas football programs since 2009. Started with Coaching the Harrison Juniors and then volunteering his time to the Harrison Hoyas Varsity Football team. Wade is responsible for various on the field game day duties and is also a big part of the pregame operations set up for all home games. Wade’s son Mason played for the Hoyas from 2013-2016 season. The Harrison High School Athletic Department is very gracious for Wade efforts and dedication to the school.


In this Region 6AAAAAA game in front of nearly 5,000 fans at Cobb Energy/Buccaneer Stadium Friday. Harrison took advantage of a few big plays and went on to beat Allatoona 27-10. Harrison quarterback Justin Fields passed for two touchdowns and ran for two more, including one of each in the fourth quarter to earn him the Great American Rivalry Series Most Valuable Player.