Three north Fulton teams advance to quarterfinals
by Greg Oshust
12:12 PM, Wednesday, November 26
Milton, Blessed Trinity and Mount Pisgah Christian are the lone north Fulton teams left standing as the state football playoffs enter the quarterfinal round Friday. Only a week after winning its first postseason game in its history, Milton (10-1) ...

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