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St. George's record stands with only one extra loss than Webb's record which happened to be to Evangelical Christian who Webb beat two weeks ago to secure their spot in the state championship game. Webb's losses came from the first two weeks of their regular season. Ever since then, they have not shown any weaknesses. Webb should walk away with their third championship in the past four years.

Even though Hendersonville has three losses on their schedule, they are a force to be reckoned with. Although, Maryville has proven year after year their ability to rise up to any team they face. Hendersonville will be a great challenge, but Head Coach George Quarles is too good of a coach to not have a master plan to win as Maryville does each week.

Henry County is undefeated and has a strong run game. Both teams are almost even in the average number of points they put up per game; West averaging about 42 points a game while Henry County is averaging 39 points per game. The offense and defense are going to match up well, but Henry County's offense will have their challenge made for them against a powerful West defense. The Rebel's defense has made key stops and big plays all season. Only three of West's games were all of their points scored by the offense.

Alcoa has been killing teams in the playoffs to reach this point. Last week they won 75-18 over Upperman. This week, the championship is going to be no different as they face CPA from Nashville. Alcoa's starters have not even seen a full game in the playoffs due to their significant lead going into the half forcing a running clock. CPA is undefeated but they are going to end their last game with a loss.

Fulton as Fulton had it for all of their regular season will have it easy in the Championship game. Their toughest competition came in the third round of the playoffs against Greeneville and then pushed through an unexpected tougher game to Catholic. This week against Giles County will be no challenge for the Falcons.

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