This week's playoff pairings

dshirley@macon.comNovember 18, 2012 

Second Round
Marietta at Lovejoy
North Gwinnett at Grayson
North Cobb at Hughes
Brookwood at Mill Creek
East Coweta at Camden County
South Gwinnett at Norcross
Colquitt County at Newnan
Parkview at West Forsyth
Second Round
Thomas County Central at Northside
North Paulding at Tucker
Union Grove at Ware County
Stephenson at East Paulding
Warner Robins at Harris County
Gainesville at Kell
Glynn Academy at Whitewater
Allatoona at M.L. King
Class AAAA
Second Round
South Effingham at Westover
Grady at Monroe Area
Monroe at Burke County
Dalton at Sandy Creek
Mary Persons at Cairo
LaGrange at Ridgeland
Wayne County at Stockbridge
Carrollton at Marist
Class AAA
Second Round
Rockmart at Carver-Columbus
Buford at North Oconee
Johnson-Savannah at Thomson
Blessed Trinity at Cartersville
Peach County at Pierce County
Morgan County at North Hall
Washington County at Callaway
Hart County at St. Pius X
Class AA
Second Round
Fitzgerald at Vidalia
Westminster at Jefferson
Early County at Screven County
GAC at Heard County
McIntosh County Academy at Brooks County
Washington-Wilkes at Calhoun
Benedictine at Lamar County
Manchester at Lovett
Class A-Public
First Round
Hancock Central at Lincoln County
Wilkinson County at Miller County
Turner County at Dooly County
Commerce at Seminole County
Gordon Lee at ECI
Trion at Irwin County
Charlton County at Marion County
Greenville at Wilcox County
Class A-Private
First Round
Mount Pisgah at Athens Academy
Prince Avenue at Darlington
Landmark Christian at Calvary Day
FPD at Brookstone
Athens Christian at Walker
George Walton at Aquinas
Holy Innoncents’ at Savannah Christian
Our Lady of Mercy at ELCA

Class AAA
Second Round
Stratford at Deerfield-Windsor
Westfield at Heritage
Class AA
Valwood at John Milledge
Brentwood at Westwood
Class A
Second Round
Robert Toombs at Thomas Jefferson
Dawson Street at Frederica

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