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Teams in state playoffs
Mite Football All-Stars were coached by Maurice Jenkins and included NiJia Battle, Aalias Boss, Gerald Brewster, Jeremie Brown, Paul Brown, Jacoby Davis, Ashton Drake, Trey Fossett, Darnell Frison, Sykeem Gordon, DeOntae Grant, Omari Gulley, Gage Hill, Jayden Jones, Melvin Kimble III, Austin Klink, Kahlil Latimer, Jonathan McKinney, Kyan Parker, James Summersett, ArDarious Thomas and Jahzhia Thomas. - photo by Classic Photo and Framing

The Liberty County Flea (8-year-olds) All-Star football team was defeated 22-7 Nov. 21 by the Wayne County All-Stars in Waycross in the first round of the Mickey Katkaveck Bowl.

The Fleas also faced Wayne County in the first round of the Georgia Recreation and Parks Association District 2 tournament Dec. 1 at the Liberty County Recreation Department field. In the rematch, Liberty led throughout the game, only to see Wayne score a late touchdown to tie the game and then convert the point-after try to win 20-19.

The Liberty Mite (10-year-olds) All-Stars were defeated 15-0 Nov. 21 by Glynn County in the first round. In the first round of the GRPA District 2 tournament, the team traveled Nov. 30 to Douglas, to take on the Coffee County All-Stars and won 19-13 in overtime.

In GRPA second-round action Dec. 5 in Waycross, the Mite All-Stars were eliminated with a 22-0 loss to Savannah.
The Liberty County Midget (11-12-year-olds) All-Star team advanced to the finals of the Mickey Katkaveck Bowl by defeating the Camden County

All-Stars 22-7 Nov. 21.

The Midget All-Stars were defeated 15-0 by Glynn County in the championship game Dec. 5. In GRPA District 2 tournament action, the Midget team defeated Wayne County 16-14 Dec. 1 at the LCRD football field.

In semifinal action Dec. 5 in Waycross, the team faced Chatham County and trailed 7-0 at the half and eventually was defeated 26-0.

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