This matchup hasn't generated the same buzz as some of the other showdowns in this year's rendition of the semifinals, but that doesn't mean that it's not one to watch.
Lovett (11-2 overall, 7-1 region) enters the game after outscoring Macon County and Thomasville 42-16 in the first two contests of the playoffs.
The Lions average just over 28 points per game and allow just over nine. There only two losses of the season came against Westminster and Buford.
As for Cook County (10-3, 5-3), the Hornets have struggled at times this season but still find themselves on the verge of a chance at a championship.
After getting dismantled by Fitzgerald in early November, Cook County has displayed a potent offense that is going to be tough to stop on Saturday at noon.
Lovett vs. Cook County
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