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High School Football Playoffs: Round Two 11/13

Eight teams from around Williamson County are still alive in the postseason. Round two is Friday.

Postseason Seeding Explained: The TSSAA breaks schools into public (Division I) and private (Division II) schools. Division I is divided by school size into six Classes,1A (smallest) to 6A (biggest), with each Class broken down into four-to-eight team Regions. Division II has far fewer teams and just two sizes, A and AA, each with an East/Middle Region and a West Region.

In Division I Class 6A, all 32 teams automatically get into the first round of the postseason; In Class 1A through 5A, the top 4 teams in each Region (which used to be called Districts) get in.

In Division II-AA 11 teams get in, 7 from East/Middle Region and 4 from West Region. In Division II-A, 16 teams get in, 8 from East/Middle Region and 8 fro West Region.

 

STILL ALIVE OUT Of The Playoffs
Ravenwood High School (10-1, 7-0)

  • The Raptors beat Bartlett 55-7 in 6A Round One. They host No. 5 seed Nashville Overton (7-4) Friday.
Page High School (7-4, 4-1)

Franklin High School (8-3, 5-2)

  • The Rebels beat Houston 30-8 in 6A Round One. They No. 6 seed Wilson Central (5-6) Friday.
Father Ryan High School (4-7, 1-5)

Centennial High School (9-1, 7-0)

Fairview High School (7-4, 5-1)

Brentwood High School (6-5, 5-2)

Battle Ground Academy (6-4, 2-3)

Independence High School (10-0, 6-0)

  • The Eagles beat Cane Ridge 49-7 in 5A Round One. They host No. 2 seed Hendersonville (10-1) Friday.
Christ Presbyterian Academy (10-1, 6-0)

Summit High School (4-6, 3-4)

  • Summit has had arguably their best season in school history, but a loss to Stewart’s Creek¬†ended the Spartans playoff bid last week.
Franklin Road Academy (11-0, 5-0)

Spring Hill High School (3-7, 2-3)

  • Even though the Raiders topped Lawrence County, Giles County’s win over Tullahoma created a logjam that kept the Raiders out of the playoffs.
Brentwood Academy (9-1)

  • The Eagles had a bye in Round One. In the Division II-AA Quarterfinals on Friday they host No. 4 seed Briarcrest (4-7).
Grace Christian Academy (3-5, 2-5)

  • In their first year of TSSAA play, the Lions have put together a good season. GCA’s loss to Huntland ends GCA’s playoff chances during their first year.
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