GPB announced its 2020 All-State Football Team during the state football playoffs, with some of the state’s best players honored on the elite squad.
The state champions have been determined. Here are the final GPB football rankings.
The three days of football championships was a glorious way to end a challenging season.
The Grayson Rams completed an unbeaten season by defeating Gwinnett County rival Collins Hill to win the Class 7A championship.
Jalen Addie accounted for six touchdowns and helped Warner Robins roll past Cartersville in the Class 5A title game.
D.J. Bell scored twice to help Pierce County beat Oconee County and bring home the school's first championship.
Buford scores a dramatic overtime victory to beat Lee County and win the school's 13th state title.
Marist finished the season unbeaten, beating Jefferson to win the Class 4A title.
Charlie Dixon ran for 229 yards and helped Callaway win its first state title, beating Fitzgerald 22-17 in the Class 2A final.
Irwin County made it back-to-back title on Monday, beating Brooks County xx-xx in the title game.
Prince Avenue Christian quarterback Brock Vandagriff led the Wolverines to their first state championship.
The Georgia High School Association begins three days of championships at Georgia State’s Center Parc Stadium in Atlanta. All championship games can be seen live on GPB and on GPB.org.
Some of the state's top quarterback prospects highlight the talent that will participate in the GSHA's championships.
Here is a look at the Class 7A championship game between Collins Hill and Grayson.
Here is a look at the Class 4A championship game between Marist and Jefferson.
Here is a look at the Class A Public championship game between Brooks County and Irwin County.
Here is a look at the Class A Private championship game between Prince Avenue Christian and Trinity Christian.
Callaway's record of success is comparable to anyone's. Now the Cavaliers get an opportunity to play for a state championship.
For this week's Football Fridays in Georgia podcast, hosts Hannah Goodin and Jon Nelson look at the high school football semifinals. They also talk with Todd Holcomb, editor and publisher of the Georgia High School Football Daily newsletter.
GPB will broadcast each of the Georgia High School Association’s two flag football championship games and eight state football championship games, Dec. 28-30, from Georgia State’s Center Parc Stadium.