(Updated) John McClellan’s high school playoff picks: Rome, Cartersville, Calhoun, Rockmart should advance to next round; rough nights ahead for Pepperell, Coosa, Cedartown, Chattooga and Trion.

(Updated) John McClellan’s high school playoff picks: Rome, Cartersville, Calhoun, Rockmart should advance to next round; rough nights ahead for Pepperell, Coosa, Cedartown, Chattooga and Trion.

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By John McClellan
For Hometown Headlines

 

The state playoff season ended for one team on Friday night as the Unity Christian Lions lost 44-6 to Peachtree Academy in the first round of the Georgia Independent Christian Athletic Association postseason. This coming weekend marks the start of play for schools in the Georgia High School Association as 32 teams in the six largest classifications and 24 teams in each of the split private and public school divisions in Class A begin their search for a state championship. Rome, Cartersville, Calhoun, Chattooga and Rockmart will be at home while Coosa and Pepperell must go on the road on Friday night. 

The Class A pairings, which the Georgia High School Association officially unveiled on Monday, feature the Darlington Tigers and Trion Bulldogs. Darlington, which finished sixth in the Private School power ratings, drew a first round bye, which means the Tigers must await the outcome of this Friday’s game between Aquinas and Stratford Academy to know their second round opponent. The Trion Bulldogs are seeded 10th among Class A Public Schools and will host Wilcox County this week in the first round.

In playoff games involving teams in Northwest Georgia:

 Class AAAAA

 Maynard Jackson (6-4) at Number 1 Rome (10-0)

  • Series History: First Meeting
  • Records Against Playoff Teams: Jackson 0-4 (lost to Valdosta, Carver of Atlanta, Banneker, and Riverwood); Rome 4-0 (defeated Marietta, Kell, Carrollton, and East Paulding)
  • Last Playoff Appearances: Jackson lost to Buford 48-0 in the second round of the 2017 Class AAAAA playoffs; Rome defeated Warner Robins 38-0 in the 2017 Class AAAAA state championship game.
  • The Jackson Jaguars, who opened the 2018 season with a 45-27 loss at Valdosta, finished fourth in Region 6-AAAAA following a 40-7 loss Friday night to Riverwood. The Rome Wolves, who were off Friday night, closed out another undefeated regular season a week ago with a 62-7 win over Villa Rica. The Wolves are going for their 38th consecutive win this week as they seek their third straight state championship. Rome wins by 43.

Class AAAA

Stephens County (5-5) at Number 2 Cartersville (10-0)

  • Series History: Stephens County leads 3-1
  • Last Meeting: Stephens County defeated Cartersville 21-15 on November 11, 2005 in the second round of the 2005 Class AAA playoffs
  • Records Against Playoff Teams: Stephens County 2-5 (defeated Habersham Central and Cedar Shoals and lost to Athens Academy, Rabun County, Oconee County, North Oconee, and St. Pius X); Cartersville 5-0 (defeated Allatoona, Cherokee, Sandy Creek, Chapel Hill, and Troup)
  • Last Playoff Appearances: Stephens County lost to Heritage of Catoosa 37-30 in the first round of the 2016 Class AAAA playoffs; Cartersville lost to Blessed Trinity 21-17 in the second round of the 2017 Class AAAA playoffs.
  • The Stephens County Indians lost three of their last four games, including a 56-11 defeat by St. Pius X on Friday night, to finish fourth in Region 8-AAAA. The Cartersville Purple Hurricanes wrapped up their seventh straight region championship and finished first in Region 5-AAAA following a 43-10 win over previously unbeaten Troup. The Purple Hurricanes have the longest regular season winning streak in Georgia with 50 consecutive victories. Cartersville wins by 41.

Cedartown (5-5) at Number 4 St. Pius X (9-1)

  • Series History: First Meeting
  • Records Against Playoff Teams: Cedartown 0-5 (lost to Rockmart, Bremen, Cartersville, Troup, and Sandy Creek); St. Pius X 6-1 (defeated Westminster, Marist, Loganville, Stephens County, North Oconee, and Oconee County and lost to Blessed Trinity)
  • Last Playoff Appearances: Cedartown lost to Marist 31-18 in the second round of the 2017 Class AAAA playoffs; St. Pius X lost to Marist 35-14 in the 2017 Class AAAA semifinals.
  • The Cedartown Bulldogs, who played one of the toughest schedules in the state, finished with a 5-5 regular season mark and qualified as the fourth seed from Region 5-AAAA after a 45-13 win over Chapel Hill. The St. Pius X Golden Lions, whose schedule included seven state playoff teams, won the Region 8-AAAA championship after beating Stephens County 56-11. St. Pius X wins by 2.

Class AAA

  •  Fannin County (4-6) at Number 1 Calhoun (10-0)
  • Series History: Calhoun leads 4-0
  • Last Meeting: Calhoun defeated Fannin County 17-16 on September 26, 1997
  • Records Against Playoff Teams: Fannin County 0-4 (lost to Union County, North Hall, Dawson County, and Greater Atlanta Christian); Calhoun 5-0 (defeated Ridgeland, North Murray, Ringgold, Haralson County, and Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe)
  • Last Playoff Appearances: Fannin County lost to Greater Atlanta Christian 49-10 in the first round of the 2010 Class AA playoffs;Calhoun defeated Peach County 10-6 in the 2017 Class AAA state championship game.
  • The Fannin County Rebels qualified for the state playoffs with a 4-6 record and finished fourth in Region 7-AAA after losing 37-14 to Greater Atlanta Christian. The Calhoun Yellow Jackets completed an unbeaten 2018 regular season and won their state record 18th consecutive region championship with a 49-0 shutout of Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe. The Yellow Jackets, who finished first in Region 6-AAA, are seeking to repeat as Class AAA state champions. Calhoun wins by 48.

Class AA

Washington (7-3) at Chattooga (8-2)

  • Series History: First Meeting
  • Records Against Playoff Teams: Washington 1-3 (defeated South Atlanta and lost to Glynn Academy, Douglass, and Hapeville Charter); Chattooga 4-1 (defeated Wesleyan, Heritage of Catoosa, Coosa, and Pepperell and lost to Rockmart)
  • Last Playoff Appearances: Washington lost to Ridgeland 45-21 in the first round of the 2012 Class AAAA playoffs; Chattooga lost to Rabun County 49-6 in the first round of the 2017 Class AA playoffs.
  • The Washington Bulldogs, who lost to Number 1 ranked Hapeville Charter 31-6 on Friday night to finish third in Region 6-AA, won seven straight games between August 31 and October 19. The Chattooga Indians, whose losses came in the season opener to Adairsville and in midseason to Number 2 ranked Rockmart, earned home field advantage and the second seed from Region 7-AA with a 19-7 win Friday night over Pepperell. This is one of the most intriguing matchups in the opening week of the playoffs. Washington wins by 10.

Pepperell (6-4) at Douglass (9-1)

  • Series History: First Meeting
  • Records Against Playoff Teams: Pepperell 2-4 (defeated Heritage of Catoosa and Coosa and lost to Darlington, Pickens, Rockmart, and Chattooga); Douglass 2-1 (defeated Washington and South Atlanta and lost to Hapeville Charter)
  • Last Playoff Appearances: Pepperell lost to Heard County 41-28 in the second round of the 2017 Class AA playoffs; Douglass lost to Callaway 28-8 in the first round of the 2017 Class AA playoffs.
  • The Pepperell Dragons, who ended Friday night’s game playing with a third-string quarterback following injuries to the starter and his backup, finished third in Region 7-AA after losing 19-7 to Chattooga. The Douglass Astros, whose only loss came in the sixth game of the season to Number 1 ranked Hapeville Charter, dominated Clarkston 60-8 and finished second in Region 6-AA. Douglass wins by 10.

South Atlanta (6-4) at Number 2 Rockmart (10-0)

  • Series History: First Meeting
  • Records Against Playoff Teams: South Atlanta 0-3 (lost to Washington, Hapeville Charter, and Douglass); Rockmart 5-0 (defeated Cedartown, Heard County, Chattooga, Pepperell, and Coosa)
  • Last Playoff Appearances: South Atlanta lost to Heard County 42-3 in the first round of the 2017 Class AA playoffs; Rockmart lost to Callaway 40-35 in the second round of the 2017 Class AA playoffs.
  • The South Atlanta Hornets finished with a 6-4 regular season mark and earned the fourth seed from Region 6-AA after a 41-9 win over KIPP Collegiate. The Rockmart Yellow Jackets, whose only close game came in the season opener over Class AAAA Cedartown, wrapped up an unbeaten regular season and the Region 7-AA championship with a 61-6 win over Model. The Yellow Jackets are seeking their first state championship since 1950. Rockmart wins by 26.

Coosa (4-6) at Number 1 Hapeville Charter (9-1)

  • Series History: First Meeting
  • Records Against Playoff Teams: Coosa 0-6 (lost to Trion, Darlington, Mt. Zion, Chattooga, Pepperell, and Rockmart); Hapeville Charter 4-1 (defeated Heard County, Douglass, South Atlanta, and Washington and lost to Allatoona)
  • Last Playoff Appearances: Coosa lost to Elbert County 41-7 in the first round of the 2017 Class AA playoffs; Hapeville Charter defeated Rabun County 35-23 in the 2017 Class AA state championship game.
  • The Coosa Eagles, who opened the season with five straight losses, dominated Gordon Central 37-14 on Friday night and finished fourth in Region 7-AA while reaching the state playoffs for the second consecutive year. The Hapeville Charter Hornets, who are the defending Class AA state champions, only allowed 15 total points in its nine wins and defeated BEST Academy 42-6 to finish first in Region 6-AA. The only loss for Hapeville came to Class AAAAAA playoff team Allatoona. Hapeville Charter wins by 44.

Class A Public

Wilcox County (5-5) at Trion (7-3)

  • Series History: First Meeting
  • Records Against Playoff Teams: Wilcox County 0-4 (lost to Clinch County, Charlton County, Irwin County, and Turner County); Trion 2-3 (defeated Coosa and Christian Heritage and lost to North Cobb Christian, Mt. Zion, and Darlington)
  • Last Playoff Appearances: Wilcox County lost to Emanuel County Institute in the 2012 Class A Public School semifinals; Trion lost to Dooly County 56-35 in the first round of the 2017 Class A Public School playoffs.
  • The Wilcox County Patriots ended a three-game losing streak with a 40-0 shutout of Atkinson County and captured their first playoff berth since 2012. The Trion Bulldogs closed out a 7-3 regular season on Friday night with a 40-13 win over Pinecrest Academy and reached the playoffs for the fourth straight year and sixth time in the past seven seasons. The administrators at Wilcox County were the primary leaders who spearheaded the movement seven years ago that forced the splitting of Class A into separate private and public school playoff brackets. Wilcox County wins by 1.

Brookstone (6-4) at Christian Heritage (7-3)

  • Series History: First Meeting
  • The Brookstone Cougars, who started the year 6-2, closed the season with two losses against one of the toughest Class A schedules in the state, including a 63-36 defeat on Friday night by Dooly County. The Christian Heritage Lions won for the seventh time this season with a 38-24 victory over Mt. Pisgah Christian after finishing 2-8 a year ago. The winner of this game will play next Friday at North Cobb Christian. Brookstone wins by 9.

In playoff games involving other teams in our area:

Class AAAAAAA

 North Paulding (7-3) at Westlake (8-2)

Series History: Westlake leads 1-0

Last Meeting: Westlake defeated North Paulding 41-13 on November 14, 2014 in the first round of the Class AAAAAA playoffs

The North Paulding Wolfpack lost to McEachern 34-27 and finished fourth in Region 3-AAAAAAA. The Westlake Lions finished first in Region 2-AAAAAAA after a 55-38 win over Campbell. Westlake wins by 4.

Class AAAAA

Number 10 Carrollton (8-2) at Riverwood (8-2)

Series History: Carrollton leads 2-0

Last Meeting: Carrollton defeated Riverwood 28-0 on October 8, 1993

The Carrollton Trojans, whose only losses came to Kell and Number 1 ranked Rome, finished third in Region 7-AAAAA after a 54-0 win over Hiram. The Riverwood Raiders closed the regular season with six straight wins and defeated Maynard Jackson 40-7 to finish second in Region 6-AAAAA. Carrollton wins by 11.

East Paulding (6-4) at Banneker (9-1)

Series History: First Meeting

The East Paulding Raiders, who started the year 1-3, earned the fourth and final playoff berth from Region 7-AAAAA with a 21-7 win over Villa Rica. The Banneker Trojans, whose only loss came to unbeaten Class AAAAAAA powerhouse Hillgrove, dominated Grady 45-7 to cement the Region 6-AAAAA championship. Banneker wins by 6.


Class AAAA

Heritage (5-5) at Number 6 Marist (8-2)

Series History: First Meeting

The Heritage Generals, who lost four of their first five games, finished third in Region 6-AAAA following a 56-28 win over Northwest Whitfield. The Marist War Eagles narrowly missed a chance to finish first in Region 7-AAAA after a 10-7 loss on Friday night at defending Class AAAA state champion Blessed Trinity. Marist wins by 44.

Number 8 Flowery Branch (8-2) at Number 10 Ridgeland (7-3)

Series History: Flowery Branch leads 2-0

Last Meeting: Flowery Branch defeated Ridgeland 17-14 on November 13, 2009 in the first round of the Class AAA playoffs

The Flowery Branch Falcons, whose eight wins were sandwiched around back-to-back losses to Blessed Trinity and Marist defeated first-year program Denmark 28-19 to finished third in Region 7-AAAA. The Ridgeland Panthers, who lost to undefeated Calhoun and Pickens and once beaten Troup, finished second in Region 6-AAAA following a 37-21 win over Southeast Whitfield. Flowery Branch wins by 10.

Northwest Whitfield (6-4) at Number 1 Blessed Trinity (10-0)

Series History: First Meeting

The Northwest Whitfield Bruins finished fourth in Region 6-AAAA with a 56-28 loss at Heritage. The Blessed Trinity Titans, who are the defending Class AAAA state champions, completed an unbeaten regular season and captured the Region 7-AAAA title after a 42-7 win over White County. Blessed Trinity wins by 47.

White County (3-7) at Number 7 Pickens (10-0)

Series History: White County leads 22-19-1

Last Meeting: Pickens defeated White County 42-35 on September 7, 2018

The White County Warriors only won three games in 2018 but qualified for the playoffs as the fourth seed from Region 7-AAAA after a 42-7 loss to Blessed Trinity. The Pickens Dragons wrapped up the first unbeaten regular season in school history and captured the Region 6-AAAA championship after a 48-19 win two weeks ago over LaFayette. Pickens wins by 12.


Class AAA

Haralson County (8-2) at Number 7 Dawson County (9-1)

Series History: First Meeting

The Haralson County Rebels earned their best regular season record since 2007 and finished third in Region 6-AAA after a 55-29 win over Murray County. The Dawson County Tigers, whose only loss came by three points to Greater Atlanta Christian, finished second in Region 7-AAA after a 17-10 win over North Hall. Dawson County wins by 26.

North Hall (8-2) at Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe (8-2)

Series History: First Meeting

The North Hall Trojans lost for only the second time in 2018 and finished third in Region 6-AAA after a 17-10 defeat by Dawson County. The L-FO Warriors were one of the surprise teams in 2018 on their way to a second-place finish in Region 6-AAA following a 49-0 loss to unbeaten Calhoun. North Hall wins by 23.

Ringgold (5-5) at Number 4 Peach County (8-2)

Series History: First Meeting

The Ringgold Tigers won four of their last five games, including a 42-6 defeat on Friday night of Coahulla Creek, to earn a wild card spot in the playoffs. The Peach County Trojans, who finished second to Calhoun in Class AAA in 2017, went unbeaten in Region 4-AAA play on their way to a league crown after a season-ending 28-12 win over Westside of Macon. Peach County wins by 34.

North Murray (6-4) at Number 6 Greater Atlanta Christian (8-2)

Series History: First Meeting

The North Murray Mountaineers shutout Sonoraville 23-0 to end a two-game losing streak and finish fourth in Region 6-AAA. The GACS Spartans ended the regular season with an eight-game winning streak that included a 37-16 win over Fannin County on their way to the Region 7-AAA championship. Greater Atlanta Christian School wins by 25.


Class AA

Number 7 Bremen (8-2) at Union County (9-1)

Series History: First Meeting

The Bremen Blue Devils, who have been ranked in the Top 10 the entire year, finished third in Region 5-AA after a 20-7 Friday night loss to Heard County. The Union County Panthers, who finished second in Region 8-AA, entered Friday night unbeaten before falling 56-28 to a Rabun County team that Bremen defeated in the opening week of the season. Bremen wins by 8.

 


Here is a look at our projected winners in every Georgia High School Association first round playoff game:

 Class AAAAAAA 

Lowndes (7-3) over Cherokee (5-5) by 33

Westlake (8-2) over North Paulding (7-3) by 4

Norcross (6-4) over Mountain View (7-3) by 4

Number 2 Grayson (8-2) over South Forsyth (5-5) by 32

Camden County (7-3) over Number 5 Walton (9-1) by 1

Number 4 Hillgrove (10-0) over Pebblebrook (4-6) by 32

Mill Creek (7-3) over Brookwood (7-3) by 9

Number 8 Milton (8-2) over South Gwinnett (4-6) by 24

Number 10 Marietta (5-5) over East Coweta (3-7) by 17

Tift County (6-4) over Number 6 Roswell (9-1) by 3

Number 9 Archer (8-2) over Forsyth Central (7-3) by 36

Number 3 Parkview (10-0) over Collins Hill (3-7) by 27

McEachern (7-3) over Newnan (6-4) by 19

Number 1 Colquitt County (10-0) over Etowah (4-6) by 50

West Forsyth (5-5) over Newton (4-6) by 3

Number 7 North Gwinnett (8-2) over Central Gwinnett (4-6) by 34


Class AAAAAA

Number 3 Valdosta (6-4) over Lovejoy (6-4) by 20

Glynn Academy (7-3) over Evans (3-7) by 19

Allatoona (7-3) over Centennial (7-3) by 9

Number 8 Dacula (8-2) over Northgate (7-3) by 11

Number 5 Northside of Warner Robins (5-5) over Number 9 Tucker (7-3) by 12

Grovetown (6-4) over Bradwell Institute (4-6) by 1

Number 10 Sequoyah (8-2) over Alpharetta (6-4) by 21

Creekside (7-3) over Gainesville (2-8) by 20

Richmond Hill (4-6) over Greenbrier (3-7) by 16

Coffee (7-3) over Number 4 Stephenson (9-1) by 2

Mays (6-4) over Lanier (7-3) by 15

Number 6 Harrison (8-2) over Number 7 Johns Creek (9-1) by 22

Effingham County (6-4) over Lakeside of Evans (5-5) by 16

Number 1 Lee County (10-0) over Mundys Mill (6-4) by 53

Douglas County (8-2) over Habersham Central (6-4) by 24

Number 2 Creekview (10-0) over Pope (5-5) by 24


Class AAAAA

Number 8 Jones County (8-2) over Bainbridge (5-5) by 9

Number 5 Wayne County (10-0) over Jonesboro (5-5) by 23

Number 9 Kell (8-2) over Carver of Atlanta (5-5) by 19

Number 2 Buford (8-2) over Miller Grove (3-7) by 51

Number 7 Stockbridge (9-1) over Veterans (8-2) by 19

Starr’s Mill (7-3) over New Hampstead (4-6) by 27

Number 10 Carrollton (8-2) over Riverwood (8-2) by 11

Number 6 Southwest DeKalb (10-0) over Loganville (4-6) by 19

Griffin (7-3) over Statesboro (4-6) by 12

Number 4 Dutchtown (10-0) over Harris County (4-6) by 35

Cedar Shoals (7-3) over Lithonia (6-4) by 13

Number 1 Rome (10-0) over Maynard Jackson (6-4) by 43

Ware County (7-3) over Riverdale (7-3) by 21

Number 3 Warner Robins (8-2) over Locust Grove (5-5) by 28

Arabia Mountain (6-4) over Clarke Central (6-4) by 1

Banneker (9-1) over East Paulding (6-4) by 6


Class AAAA

Woodward Academy (6-4) over Carver of Columbus (9-1) by 5

Number 3 Mary Persons (10-0) over Richmond Academy (7-3) by 43

Number 6 Marist (8-2) over Heritage of Catoosa (5-5) by 44

Number 4 St. Pius X (9-1) over Cedartown (5-5) by 2

Salem (7-3) over Columbus (6-4) by 13

Baldwin (5-5) over Perry (6-4) by 1

Number 8 Flowery Branch (8-2) overNumber 10 Ridgeland (7-3) by 10

Number 2 Cartersville (10-0) over Stephens County (5-5) by 41

Burke County (7-3) over Howard (6-4) by 20

Number 5 Eastside (10-0) over Hardaway (6-4) by 24

Sandy Creek (7-3) over North Oconee (8-2) by 15

Number 1 Blessed Trinity (10-0) over Northwest Whitfield (6-4) by 47

Upson-Lee (7-3) over Thomson (4-6) by 6

Cairo (8-2) over Henry County (4-6) by 27

Number 9 Troup (9-1) over Oconee County (6-4) by 23

Number 7 Pickens (10-0) over White County (3-7) by 12


Class AAA

Jackson (6-4) over Monroe (5-5) by 13

Number 9 Pierce County (10-0) over Windsor Forest (6-4) by 16

Number 7 Dawson County (9-1) over Haralson County (8-2) by 26

Number 3 Monroe Area (10-0) over Pace Academy (6-4) by 11

Westside of Macon (7-3) over Cook (3-7) by 20

Number 5 Benedictine (9-1) over Tattnall County (2-8) by 36

North Hall (8-2) over Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe (7-3) by 23

Number 2 Cedar Grove (9-1) over Hart County (4-6) by 47

Southeast Bulloch (9-1) over Liberty County (7-3) by 13

Number 4 Peach County (8-2) over Ringgold (5-5) by 34

Number 8 Jefferson (8-2) over Number 10 Westminster (6-4) by 2

Number 6 Greater Atlanta Christian (8-2) over North Murray (6-4) by 25

Appling County (6-4) over Jenkins (7-3) by 1

Crisp County (7-3) over Pike County (7-3) by 19

Lovett (5-5) over Morgan County (5-5) by 17

Number 1 Calhoun (10-0) over Fannin County (4-6) by 48


Class AA

Fitzgerald (7-3) over Harlem (7-3) by 17

Swainsboro (8-2) over Northeast (4-6) by 15

Washington (7-3) over Chattooga (8-2) by 10

Number 8 Rabun County (9-1) over Spencer (3-7) by 31

Thomasville (6-4) over Hephzibah (8-2) by 17

Number 6 Dublin (9-1) over Jeff Davis (7-3) by 27

Douglass (9-1) over Pepperell (6-4) by 10

Number 3 Heard County (8-2) over Monticello (5-5) by 37

Number 9 Dodge County (9-1) over Toombs County (5-5) by 19

Jefferson County (8-2) over Early County (6-4) by 15

Number 7 Bremen (8-2) over Union County (9-1) by 8

Number 2 Rockmart (10-0) over South Atlanta (6-4) by 26

Number 10 Washington County (8-2) over Vidalia (9-1) by 3

Number 5 Brooks County (8-2) over Screven County (6-4) by 27

Number 4 Callaway (8-2) over Elbert County (7-3) by 9

Number 1 Hapeville Charter (9-1) over Coosa (4-6) by 44


Class A Private

Mount de Sales (9-1) over Holy Innocents (5-5) by 3

Mt. Vernon Presbyterian (7-3) over Savannah Country Day (7-3) by 3

Brookstone (6-4) over Christian Heritage (7-3) by 9

Wesleyan (6-4) over Tattnall Square (6-4) by 12

George Walton Academy (8-2) over Riverside Military Academy (5-5) by 16

Mt. Paran Christian (7-3) over Hebron Christian (5-5) by 8

Aquinas (8-2) over Stratford Academy (5-5) by 4

Trinity Christian (7-3) over Whitefield Academy (6-3) by 13

Byes: Calvary Day (9-1), Athens Academy (10-0), North Cobb Christian (9-1), Prince Avenue Christian (9-1), Fellowship Christian (9-1), Savannah Christian (9-1), Darlington (8-2), and Eagles Landing Christian Academy (9-1)


Class A Public

Commerce (8-2) over Seminole County (5-5) by 21

Turner County (6-4) over Miller County (6-3) by 8

Macon County (5-5) over Chattahoochee County (7-3) by 13

Emanuel County Institute (6-4) over Manchester (6-4) by 3

Wilcox County (5-5) over Trion (7-3) by 1

Montgomery County (7-3) over Claxton (6-4) by 13

Charlton County (7-3) over Taylor County (5-5) by 11

Dooly County (6-4) over Hancock Central (6-4) by 9

Byes: Mitchell County (8-2), Irwin County (10-0), Greene County (8-2), Pelham (10-0), Schley County (8-2), Marion County (10-0), Clinch County (9-1), and Mt. Zion (9-1)

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