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High school football playoff schedules released

Here are the high school football playoff brackets featuring teams from our area:


Class 6, Region B

#1 Colonial Forge - Bye
#7 Clover Hill at #2 Manchester
#6 Franklin County at #3 Thomas Dale
#5 Riverbend at #4 James River

Class 5, Region B

#8 Meadowbrook at #1 Hermitage
#7 Mills Godwin at #2 Highland Springs
#6 Lee-Davis at #3 Henrico
#5 Varina at #4 LC Bird

Class 4, Region B

#8 Huguenot at #1 Dinwiddie
#7 Midlothian at #2 Monacan
#6 Courtland at #3 Louisa
#5 Patrick Henry at #4 Eastern View

Class 3, Region A

#8 Booker T. Washington at #1 Phoebus
#7 Lakeland at #2 IC Norcom
#6 Park View at #3 York
#5 Southampton at #4 Hopewell

Class 3, Region B

#8 Armstrong at #1 Thomas Jefferson
#7 Skyline at #2 Warren County
#6 Brentsville at #3 James Monroe
#5 Culpeper at #4 Spotsylvania

Class 2, Region A

#8 Brunswick at #1 Goochland
#7 Bruton at #2 Poquoson
#6 King William at #3 Greensville
#5 Amelia at #4 Nottoway

Class 1, Region A

#8 Northampton at #1 Essex
#7 Middlesex at #2 Sussex Central
#6 Washington & Lee at #3 Colonial Beach
#5 Northumberland at #4 West Point

VISAA Division I Semifinals

#3 Collegiate vs. #2 St. Christopher's
#4 Benedictine vs. #1 Flint Hill

VISAA Division III Semifinals

#3 Quantico vs. #2 Fuqua School
#4 Blessed Sacrament Huguenot vs. #1 Roanoke Catholic

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