Westlake named champs as Atlanta’s Corky Kell 7-on-7 cut short by weather

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Mother Nature was the winner at the ultimate winner at the 7th annual Corky Kell 7-on-7 in Atlanta. Storms ended the 45-team tournament with many teams having already advanced to the quarterfinal round.

Tournament officials named Westlake the winner after a perfect 6-0 day that included a 23-7 win over two-time defending champ Marietta during pool play. During the single-elimination tournament, the Lions picked-up wins over Parkview (33-14) and Archer (27-18).

The tournament champion was determined on a tie-breaker of fewest points allowed.

The tournament featured twelve teams in the 2021 Preseason High School Football America 300.

Related: Preseason HSFA 300

Pod A Pool Play Records

Alpharetta 4-0, Peachtree Ridge 2-2, River Ridge 2-2, Walton 2-2, South Gwinnett 0-4

Pod B Pool Play Records

Cherokee 4-0, Blessed Trinity 2-2, Brookwood 2-2, Johns Creek 2-2, Tucker 0-4

Pod C Pool Play Records

North Gwinnett 4-0, South Forsyth 3-1, Centennial 1-3, Lanier 1-3, West Forsyth 1-3

Pod D Pool Play Records

Collins Hill 4-0, Creekside 2-2, Creekview 2-2, Roswell 2-2, North Forsyth 0-4

Pod E Pool Play Records

Westlake 4-0, Marietta 3-1, Archer 2-2, Central Gwinnett 1-3, North Atlanta 0-4

Pod F Pool Play Records

Norcross 3-1, Gainesville 2-2, McEachern 2-2, Mill Creek 2-2, Mays 1-3

Pod G Pool Play Records

Lambert 3-1, Kell 2-1-1, Mountain View 2-1-1, Chattahoochee 1-3, Parkview 1-3

Pod H Pool Play Records

Bremen 4-0, Fellowship Christian 3-1, Athens Academy 2-2, Carver Atlanta 1-3, Pepperell 0-4

Pod I Pool Play Records

Rabun County 4-0, Christian Heritage 3-1, King’s Ridge 1-3, North Gwinnett 1-3, Pace Academy 1-3

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