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Georgia Football State Championship Matchups

ATLANTA -- The state championship games will be played at the Georgia Dome. Here are the matchups for each classification:

5A: Colquitt County at Brookwood

4A: Chattahoochee at Starr's Mill

3A: Sandy Creek at Carrollton

2A: Calhoun at Buford

Single-A: Clinch County at Savannah Christian


The schedule is as follows:

Dec. 10 - AA - 4:30pm |  AAAA - 8:00pm

Dec. 11 - A - 1:00pm | AAA - 4:30pm | AAAAA - 8:00pm

Georgia High School Football Semifinals Recap

ATLANTA -- Ten teams advanced to the Georgia high school state championships. Who did they beat to get there?

Class 5A

Colquitt County 31, Grayson 24... GAME HIGHLIGHTS

Brookwood 26, Collins Hill 7... GAME HIGHLIGHTS

Class 4A

Chattahoochee 22, Statesboro 21

Starr's Mill 20, Tucker 19

Class 3A

Corruption, Fraud and Cover Up in Fulton County?

ATLANTA -- Fulton County employee Nicola Hosier had a perplexed look on her face when 11Alive's Center for Investigative Action team knocked on her door in Fayetteville.  We were there because she's accused of diverting more than $150,000 of county taxpayer money to her own events planning business. 

"Who are you?" she asked. When we told her why we were there, she closed the door.

What led us to her door were allegations contained in more than 1,000 pages of documents pointing fingers at several county employees accusing them of theft, fraud, corruption and even using perceived positions of power to illicit sexual favors.

Georgia HS Semifinals: Previews and Predictions

SNELLVILLE, GA -- Only 20 teams remain in the Georgia high school football playoffs. After three crazy weeks of playoff action, it is time for the semifinals. Atlanta.HighSchoolSports.net takes a look at all 10 of this week's games, and Massey Matchups, the computer predictor tool, projects each game's final score.

Class 5A

Game of the Week Nominees: Semifinals

SNELLVILLE, GA -- The nominations for Game of the Week include a dynamic offense vs. a stout defense, two rematches from earlier in the season, and a battle of two seriously long win streaks. Which game won this week's honors?

With 40 percent of the online vote, Collins Hill at Brookwood is 11Alive and Atlanta.HighSchoolSports.net's Game of the Week. The two 5A teams played earlier in the season, but the stakes and circumstances were much different then.

It was both teams' second game of the season. The Broncos were 1-0 and coming off of a 27-10 win over Walton in the Corky Kell Classic. Collins Hill was 1-0 and coming off of a 13-9 win over Roswell.

Brookwood won 45-38 in double overtime and went on to win 10 of their next 11 games. Collins Hill lost their next two games, but turned a 1-3 record into 10-3.

Holyfield to Fight Again

COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) -- Former heavyweight champion Evander Holyfield has been lined up to fight Denmark's Brian Nielsen on March 4.

Sauerland Promotion said in a statement Wednesday that Holyfield "knows he faces an experienced boxer." The Atlanta-based Holyfield is 48 years old, Nielsen 45.

Holyfield, who held the heavyweight title four times, knocked out Francois Botha last April after losses to Nikolay Valuev and Sultan Ibragimov. He has a career record of 43-10-2, with 28 knockouts.

One of Holyfield's most memorable fights came against Mike Tyson in 1997, when Tyson was disqualified after biting off part of Holyfield's right ear.

Further details of the bout are expected to be released Thursday.

What are the Odds of Your Team Winning it All?

ATLANTA -- There are 20 teams that still have a shot at a state championship, but some teams are more likely to come away with a title than others. Ever wonder what the odds of your team winning it all would be? Thanks to the Massey Ratings, you don't have to wonder anymore.

According to the computer's calculations, Carrollton has a better shot at winning a championship than any other team, followed by Clinch County and Buford. Carrollton's opponent, Burke County, is considered the longest shot of any team in any classification.

Statistically, 5A is the most competitive class; all four teams have better than a 1 in 17 chance of winning a title.