2019 Georgia high school football playoff pairings

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The Georgia High School Association has released its 2019 Georgia high school football playoff pairings. You can see each first round matchups in all eight classifications.

Class AAAAAAA 

Newton at Mill Creek 

Wheeler at Roswell 

Camden County at Marietta 

Central Gwinnett at Milton

Collins Hill at Archer

Cherokee at Westlake

North Cobb at Colquitt County 

West Forsyth at Parkview 

Etowah at East Coweta 

Mountain View at Grayson

South Forsyth at Norcross 

Hillgrove at Lowndes

Newnan at Walton

Shiloh at North Gwinnett 

Brookwood at North Forsyth

North Paulding at McEachern 

Class AAAAAA 

Gainesville at Allatoona

Bradwell Institute at Stephenson 

Coffee at Heritage-Conyers 

Northview at Mays

Sprayberry at Lanier

M.L. King at Richmond Hill

Lakeside-Evans at Valdosta

Alexander at Johns Creek 

Tucker at Glynn Academy 

Dalton at Dacula

Creekside at Alpharetta 

Greenbrier at Lee County 

Brunswick at Morrow

Winder-Barrow at Harrison 

North Atlanta at South Paulding 

Houston County at Evans 

Class AAAAA 

Cedar Shoals at Carver-Atlanta 

South Effingham at Jones County 

Bainbridge at Griffin 

Hiram at Southwest DeKalb

Decatur at Buford

Ola at Ware County

Riverdale at Veterans

Arabia Mountain at Carrollton 

Stockbridge at Wayne County 

Lithia Springs at Clarke Central

Lithonia at Rome 

Jonesboro at Warner Robins 

Statesboro at Dutchtown 

Loganville at Riverwood 

Kell at Columbia

Harris County at Starr’s Mill 

Class AAAA

St. Pius X at Heritage-Catoosa

Upson-Lee at Woodward Academy 

Hardaway at Thomson 

Flowery Branch at Cartersville

Pickens at North Oconee

Luella at West Laurens

Baldwin at Cairo

Troup County at Blessed Trinity 

Hampton at Perry 

Northwest Whitfield at Oconee County

Cedartown at Marist 

Richmond Academy at Carver-Columbus 

Mary Persons at Eastside 

Madison County at Ridgeland 

Denmark at Sandy Creek

Americus-Sumter at Burke County

Class AAA 

Morgan County at Calhoun 

Brantley County at Peach County

Monroe at Benedictine

Fannin County at Cedar Grove

Haralson County at Hart County

Central-Macon at Pierce County

Windsor Forest at Cook

Pace Academy at Greater Atlanta Christian

Westside-Macon at Appling County

Sonoraville at Jefferson 

Lovett at North Hall

Southeast Bulloch at Crisp

Liberty County at Jackson

Monroe Area at North Murray

Dawson County at Westminster

Adairsville vs. Jenkins

Class AA  

Elbert County at Douglass-Atlanta

Vidalia at Jefferson County 

Fitzgerald at Bleckley County 

Chattooga at Callaway

South Atlanta at Union County

Screven County at Metter

Washington County at Brooks County 

Temple County at Rockmart 

Hephzibah at Toombs County 

BEST Academy at Rabun County 

Heard County at Pepperell 

Dodge County at Thomasville 

Swainsboro at Harlem 

Putnam County at Hapeville Charter 

Model at Bremen

Early County at Dublin

Class A – Public

Taylor County vs. Manchester

Johnson County – bye

Chattahoochee County vs. Washington-Wilkes

Irwin County – bye

Warren County vs. Terrell County

Bowdon – bye

ECI vs. McIntosh County Academy

Clinch County – bye

Trion vs. Commerce

Lincoln County – bye

Schley County vs. Claxton

Marion County – bye

Seminole County vs. Wilcox County

Pelham – bye

Macon County vs. Turner County

Mitchell County – bye

Class A – Private

First Presbyterian Day vs. Wesleyan

Christian Heritage – bye

Calvary Day vs. Savannah Christian

Savannah Christian Day – bye

Mt. Vernon vs. Hebron Christian

Mt. de Sales – bye

George Walton vs. North Cobb Christian

Fellowship Christian – bye

Mt. Paran vs. Aquinas

Darlington – bye

St. Francis vs. Trinity Christian

Holy Innocents – bye

Stratford Academy vs. Prince Avenue

ELCA – bye

Brookstone vs. Whitefield

Athens Academy – bye

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