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Archer fans were all smiles follwoing the Tigers win ovrer Meadowcreek in the opening round of the 7A playoffs. Image courtesy Tony Rowe.

The second round of the Georgia High School Association football playoffs will include seven Gwinnett teams playing in four games from the state’s largest classification, AAAAAAA. Archer, Brookwood, Grayson, Mill Creek, Mountain View, North Gwinnett, and Parkview all earned trips to the second round, but at least three will see their title dreams dashed because they are facing other county teams.

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Monday, 18 September 2017 11:18

Half of 7A Top 10 call Gwinnett County home



Georgia High School Football Daily (GHSFD) releases their weekly state football rankings on Monday, and their September 18 release includes five Gwinnett County teams, including the No. 1 team and three of the top five.

Grayson (3-0) sits atop the ranking with Archer (4-0) at No.3, Mill Creek (3-1) holding down the No. 5 slot, North Gwinnett (3-1) at No. 6 and Brookwood (2-2) entering the ranking at No.8.

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Colquitt County QB  Chase Parrish (4) threw for 431 yards and six TDs in the Packer semifinal win over Mill Creek. Image courtesy Tony Rowe.

Colquitt County (14-0) traveled to Hoschton to take on Mill Creek (13-1) in the semifinal round of the Georgia High School Association football playoffs in a game that matched a Packers offense that averaged more than 47 points a game this season against a Hawk defense that allowed just 6.8. After 48 minutes of play, Colquitt County headed home with an impressive 52-31 win that sends the Packers back to the Georgia Dome to defend the AAAAAA state title they won last year by defeating Archer, another Gwinnett County team.

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Mill Creek fans before the opening kickoff.

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