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State Finals Feature Unique Mixture of Teams

The GHSA football playoffs reach their climax this weekend. Ten teams across five classifications will play for state titles. Some of them are trying to cement dynasties, while others are just getting their first taste of glory.

Score 44 Presented by Sonic - Final Edition

In the final 2010 edition of the top 44 senior football players in Georgia, the Score 44 is complete for this season.

Ten Football Teams Move On To Finals

And then there were 10. The state football semifinals are over and the field for the finals at the Georgia Dome next weekend is set. A notable upset occurred in Calhoun where the Yellow Jackets upset Class AA No. 1 Carver, Columbus.

Semifinal Previews

Class 5A Colquitt County vs. Grayson

Semifinal Berths Routine to Some Metro Atlanta Schools, Rarity for Others

If you’re playing football in December, you’ve probably had yourself a good season. And a multitude of metro Atlanta programs are still playing. For some, a trip this deep into the playoffs is the norm, for others, it’s a rare occasion.

The Score 44 Presented by Sonic - Semifinals Edition

In this week's edition of the top 44 senior football players in Georgia, the effects of playoff losses are being felt.

Gwinnett Wins Four of Five From South Georgia Rivals

Despite Mill Creek's loss at Colquitt County, Collins Hill and Grayson defeated Region 1 foes on the road tonight to give Gwinnett a 2-1 edge in the quarterfinals tonight over their South Georgia rivals. Brookwood also won, defeating Cobb County upstart Hillgrove 45-35.

The Score 44 Presented by Sonic- Quarterfinals Edition

In our latest list of the top 44 high school senior football players in Georgia, we’ve added Tyler Cierski from Mill Creek back into the fold as well as Tyler Hunter from Lowndes. To make room for the pair, Stephenson’s Jared Boyd and Spalding’s Chris Mayes were left off the list.

Roundups from 14 Playoff Games

Hillgrove (10-2) went on the road to knock off Camden County (10-2) 28-26 in the second round of the Class 5A football playoffs. Time ran out on Camden County’s final drive before the Wildcats, a heavy favorite in the game, could attempt a potential game-winning field goal.

The Rundown on Key Friday Night Matchups

St. Pius at Carrollton

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