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After doing all its scoring in the fourth quarter, McEachern stopped a 2-point conversion and an onside kick in the waning seconds to secure a 14-12 win over Marietta on Friday at Northcutt Stadium.

Marietta’s offense had struggled throughout the game with the exception of its opening drive, but the final drive of the game was a different story.

Fourth-ranked Marietta (5-2, 1-1) marched down the field in less than 2 minutes after second-ranked McEachern (7-0, 2-0) had scored on Carlos Del Rio-Wilson’s 1-yard run to extend the lead to 14-6.

A 26-yard pass from Harrison Bailey to Taji Johnson, followed by a 13-yard strike to Ricky White, set up a 6-yard touchdown run by Bailey with less than a minute left.

With Marietta needing a 2-point conversion to send the game into overtime, Bailey felt pressure in the pocket, went to Arik Gilbert in a crowded end zone, and McEachern’s defenders prevented Gilbert from catching it.

Marietta then had another shot when it appeared that Gilbert had recovered an onside kick attempt, but the officials ruled that the ball did not go the full 10 yards.


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Even if the Tennessee Vols don’t reach a bowl game in 2019, there will still be a lot of hope entering the 2020 season.

That’s mainly because of four-star quarterback Harrison Bailey — the nation’s No. 3 rated pro-style quarterback, who committed to Tennessee nearly a year ago.

Bailey, 6-foot-4/224 lbs from Marietta, GA (Marietta High School), is a rare talent who has the potential to be a star in the SEC. And he showed off that star quality on Friday night in Marietta’s 63-35 win against North Cobb High School.

The promising UT commit barely played in the second half, but he still lit up the stat sheet. Bailey tossed for 294 yards and five touchdowns, while only playing one possession in the third quarter.

https://atozsportsnashville.com/tennessee-vols-commit-shows-his-star-potential-on-friday-night/

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Harrison Bailey threw for 301 yards and three touchdowns as the Marietta offense came to life late in the third quarter to pull away for a 38-17 win over Hillgrove on Friday night at Northcutt Stadium.

The win secured the Blue Devils (7-3, 2-1) the No. 2 spot out of Region 3AAAAAAA and, guaranteeing a home game in the first round of the Class AAAAAAA state playoffs.


Marietta pulls away from Hillgrove, clinches region's No. 2 seed

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Senior quarterback Harrison Bailey threw for three touchdowns in the first half, two to LSU commit Arik Gilbert. Bailey, a Tennessee commit, totaled 203 yards on 11 of 14 passing in one half of play. He had little trouble connecting with his talented receiving corps tonight.

“He was sharp, he was dialed in,” Morgan said. “He made some good reads. The coverage they gave us tonight, we felt like there were certain plays we could hit and we executed those plays. So I was pleased with his performance and it’s good to have your quarterback playing well going into the playoffs.”


Marietta gets playoff tuneup with win at Kennesaw Mountain

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Harrison Bailey burst onto the recruiting scene in 8th grade. He has been a national recruit for so long that it is sometimes overlooked at just how good he has been during his career.

Bailey continues to climb the ladder in terms of all-time passing yards in the state of Georgia. He now sits at fourth all-time and is in the presence of some elite company. Names that all of you are familiar with such as Trevor Lawrence, Deshaun Watson, and Jake Fromm. All three of those guys were five-star quarterbacks coming out of high school.

Before last night’s first-round playoff game, Bailey sat at 10,271 yards. Bailey added another 235 yards against Camden County to move his total to 10,506 yards. While it’s not likely that he will gain the necessary 2,240 yards needed to pass Fromm for third all-time, there are still a lot of facts to look at in Bailey’s ascension to the fourth spot.

Before I start this, just know that Bailey, being selfless as he is, would never take credit for any of those yards. He would point out his line protecting him, his receivers snagging passes, and the coaches for calling the right play, but he would never point out the mechanics that allow him to drive the ball to the next level or his ability to read defenses and make snap decisions. That’s just who Harrison Bailey is, and he has been that way during the two years I have known him.

What is overlooked is that Bailey churned out this number despite missing nearly an entire season of games due to injury. That’s just football, but give him those games back and who knows what happens.


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Marietta beats defending champs, advance to 3rd round

The Blue Devils' first three possessions ended in Vidal touchdowns. The first came on a 7-yard reception on third and goal five minutes into the game. Four minutes later, he scored on a 15-yard run, busting through the line up the middle and then cutting to the left untouched. Both scoring drives began with pass plays of over 30 yards, down the middle to wide-open receivers, from senior quarterback and Tennessee commit Harrison Bailey.


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Marietta, led by quarterback Harrison Bailey and tight end Erik Gilbert, is coming off a 42-10 win over Mill Creek. Parkview, behind the power running of tailback Cody Brown, trounced Archer 35-17 in the third round.

Marietta is in the semifinals for the first time since 1994 and is seeking the school’s first state title since 1967.

http://www.gpb.org/blogs/gpb-sports-blog/2019/11/30/football-fridays-in-georgia-marietta-at-parkview


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The third quarter brought more of the same — Mill Creek had back-to-back three-and-out possessions on offense, and Marietta scored on its first two possessions. The Blue Devils moved the ball more with the pass in the third quarter, and Bailey had a pair of TD passes, a 9-yarder to Michigan State commit Rickey White and a 10-yarder to Johnson.

https://www.gwinnettprepsports.com/sports/mill-creek-s-season-ends-with-quarterfinal-loss-at-marietta/article_92e85617-4291-5d05-a55c-09cdc3292733.html

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Harrison Bailey completed 23 of 27 passes for 393 yards, five touchdowns and one interception to set up Marietta (12-2) for its first state championship appearance since winning it all in 1967.

Marietta back in state final for first time in 52 years

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Marietta needed Harrison Bailey to play nearly perfect football on Friday night, and the four-star quarterback did just that.

Tennessee’s lone 2020 quarterback commit put up one of his best performances of his high school career in the semifinals of the Class 6A playoffs down in Georgia on Friday night, leading the Blue Devils to a 42-31 victory over Parkview High School to advance to the state title game next week.

Bailey played lights out in the game, completing 23 of his 26 pass attempts for 423 yards, five touchdowns, and one interception. Bailey even caught a touchdown pass, hauling in a six-yard score on a trick play.


Bailey’s Huge Night Leads Marietta to State Title Game

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ATLANTA -- At long last, Marietta has its second football state championship.

The Blue Devils beat Lowndes 17-9 on Saturday at Georgia State Stadium to win the Class AAAAAAA state championship.

This group of Blue Devils joined the 1967 squad as the only teams in Cobb County history to win a state championship in the highest classification.

Harrison Bailey threw for 271 yards, Arik Gilbert caught 11 passes for 146 yards and Kimani Vidal had two short touchdowns runs in the victory.

Marietta outlasts Lowndes to claim long-awaited state championship

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Harrison Bailey has rewritten the Cobb County record book over his four-year career as Marietta’s quarterback.

Marietta's Bailey looks to go out on top

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