Four local teams advance to second round with wins
by Greg Oshust
03:02 PM, Wednesday, November 19
Alpharetta, Milton Roswell and Blessed Trinity are still standing as the state football playoffs enter the second round Friday. Alpharetta (10-1) defeated Cherokee 21-18 in the first round of the Class AAAAAA state playoffs. It was a strong perfor...

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