Four No. 4 seeds bucked the odds and won their first-round GHSA football playoff games. Jon Nelson
The Douglas County Tigers are unbeaten and continue to draw inspiration from the memory of fallen teammate Tyler Fairley. His untimely death has unified the team and provided an emotional spark for a 5-0 start.
Douglas County is depending on its defense this season, as they also face the additional challenge of playing all their games away from home.
Mays wins its fifth straight game, improves to 5-1.
Talent abounds in this important Region 5-6A showdown.
Raiders and Tigers will square off for an important Region 5-6A matchup
Tile rematches and regional rivalries should provide some of the highlights this season in Class 6A.
Hearing such a roar from the crowd brings a smile to the face of Head Coach Johnny White who after guiding his team to a 6-4 mark in 2016 now has an overall record of 11-4 halfway through his second season.
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