Georgia High School Football Playoffs OR

Georgia High School Football Playoffs OR

Georgia High School Football Playoffs


The biggest high school football playoff games in Georgia will be held this week. The state has 62 playoff games involving 17,629 players and 45,281 spectators.


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Things to know: The roles are reversed for this rematch. In 2020, Prince Avenue was heavily favored and had state player of the year Brock Vandagriff, now at Georgia, although sophomore Aaron Philo has had a record-setting season in his place. Philo has thrown for 4,204 yards and 44 touchdowns. Prince Avenue could wind up with three 1,000-yard receivers – Bailey Stockton (1,133 yards), Elijah Dewitt (1,063) and Ethan Christian (949). Prince Avenue gets 79% of its total offensive passing, the highest percentage of any finalist. Trinity Christian returned almost all starters from the 2020 runner-up team, including brothers David Dallas (3,641 yards passing, 45 touchdowns) and Josh Dallas (1,142 yards receiving), who are committed to Western Michigan. Junior WR/DB Aaron Gates is committed to Florida. LB Christian Hanson was his region’s defensive player of the year. Until last week’s 48-45 victory over Eagle’s Landing Christian, Trinity hadn’t had a game closer this season than its 34-3 victory over ELCA on Oct. 1. Trinity, of Sharpsburg, can become the first football champion from Coweta County, whose five schools have won more GHSA games (1,112) without a title than any other Georgia county. (Source: nowhabersham.com)



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