On Friday night, for the 52nd time in history, Warner Robins and Northside High Schools met at their joint football stadium for a classic rivalry matchup. With 10,000 fans on hand, the night was a classic example of high school football.


Stephen Cross


Reggie Wootsen

Warner Robins

Reggie has maintained a 4.0 GPA and received the “Georgia Certificate of Merit.” He is a two-year letterman on the varsity football team and is active in his church. He mentors in the “Save our Sons” ministry and has participated and completed a four-year Cooperative Developmental Energy Program at Fort Valley State. Reggie is pictured with his parents, Dwayne and Angela.
Brian Layfield


Brian is a senior on the Northside football team and is also a member of the Honor Society. He is contemplating Yale as a college destination.


Coming into the game, Northside's record dominated WArner Robins. The first touchdown of the first quarter surprised everyone and was made by the Warner Robins Demons. After only a few minutes, however, Northside answered with a touchdown. they continued to dominate both the passing and rushing game with a 28-7 victory over Warner Robins.