Aberdeen jumped out to a 20-0 lead due in large part to the rushing ability of Jamerson Love who scored on a 34 yard touchdown run and set up another score with another long first quarter run.
Love ended the game with 131 yards and a touchdown on 13 carries to along with several solid plays on defense.
In the end, the day belonged to Jameon Lewis and Tylertown who won 34-20. Lewis had a hand in all five Chief touchdowns.
Lewis was 6 of 8 passing for 155 yards and three touchdowns. He also added two more scores rushing including the final score of the day on a crucial fourth down play.
In the nightcap, West Point blasted Wayne County 35-14 in a game far worse than the score indicated.
Michael Carr reeled in four passes for 128 yards including a 64 yard touchdown catch and run that opened the Green Wave's scoring for the night.
Carr killed any momentum Wayne County tried to build at halftime as he took the opening kick off of the second half 80 yards for a touchdown.
Defensive tackle Curtis Virges was one of the leaders in a dominant defensive effort. Virges spent most of the second half in the Wayne County backfield.
With Lewis, Carr and Virges collecting championship rings, two more Bulldog commitments will look to follow suit this weekend.
Rajion Neal will lead Sandy Creek into the Georgia Dome on Saturday to take on Clarke Central in the state title game.
Neal has rushed for 1,641 yards and scored 33 touchdowns on the year.
Antwon Chisholm and Glades Central will put their 13-0 record on the line this week as the Raiders take on defending 2A champ Cocoa this weekend.
Antwon Chisholm is his team's leading rusher with 307 yards and five touchdowns. He has also added 152 yards receiving and two more scores.
Mississippi Gulf Coast fell to Navarro Community College last weekend 37-26 in the CHAMPS Heart of Texas Bowl.
Vick Ballard rushed for 119 yards on 26 carries.