5. Glascock County 59, Twiggs County 52: Glascock County played football from 1974-79 and 1990-present, but the Panthers’ victory over the 28-point underdog Twiggs County was their first in a regional game. Glascock is playing a regional schedule this year for only the fifth time, the first since 1995, and was 0-18 all-time in regional games. The Panthers are 2-5 overall.
To note: Chattahoochee snapped a 13-game losing streak that was the longest in school history by beating 13-point favorite North Springs 29-10. It was North Springs’ first loss in the 6-5A region, but the Spartans’ 4-2 overall record remains their best after six games since 2017. … First county, a 42-point favorite over Randolph-Clay, took care of business with a 46-6 win and became the first team in the state this season to capture a regional championship. The top-ranked Bobcats (7-0) completed their six-game Region 1-A Division II schedule and will finish with out-of-region games against Brooks County, Eufaula (Alabama) and Irwin County . The regional title is Early’s first since 2003. … Lincoln County, a seven-point underdog, ended a two-game losing streak against rival Washington-Wilkes with a 41-14 win. The 27-point winning margin was the largest for either team since Lincoln County won 35-8 in 2010. … tomorrow, a 2-16 team the past two seasons, moved to 4-3 and moved into a tie for second in the 3-6A region with a 28-22 win over the 15-point favorite. Jonesboro, expected to be one of the top Woodward Academy challengers in the region, lost their second straight game and fell to fifth place. … County of Tattnall handed 21-point favorite Vidalia their first loss of the season and tied for second in the region 3-2A with a 13-7 victory. Tattnall County is 2-1 in regional play, but wraps up the regular season with games against the league’s other top three teams – Brantley County, Appling County and Pierce County.
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