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Georgia high school football playoffs

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Georgia high school football playoffs

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No. 8 Carver, which lost to Cedar Grove 17-0 on Sept. 24 and finished in a three-way tie with the Saints and Sandy Creek for first place in Region 3-5A, finished the season 11-3. The Panthers were trying to become the first Atlanta city school to win a state title since Southwest Atlanta in 1973. Prince Avenue was the No. 1-ranked team and the championship favorite last year, when it rode the arm of state player of the year Brock Vandagriff to the school’s first title. This time, Trinity Christian was the favorite and the top-ranked team, and the Lions made the most of their second chance.

Georgia High School Football Daily is an e-newsletter published weekdays August through December. Founded in 2009, it has more than 23,000 subscribers. GHSF Daily’s e-newsletter is the best in-season source of high school football coverage in Georgia. GHSF Daily’s website, created in 2021, serves as the archive for e-newsletter content and reports occasional news, especially in the offseason. It is where high school football fans can find us online. Answer to Thursday’s question: Minton Williams won state titles in 1959, 1960 and 1963 at Dublin. He was the first coach in GHSA history to win state titles in his first two seasons as head coach, a feat matched and now surpassed only by Buford’s Bryant Appling, who won a third title in his first three seasons when his Wolves defeated Hughes 21-20 in the Class 6A final Friday. Williams, who passed away in 2005, was a former University of Georgia basketball player but didn’t play football in high school or college. (Source: georgiahighschoolfootballdaily.com)

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