Lowndes is on the verge of something special.
Only problem is, a talented North Gwinnett squad stands in their way.
The Vikings (13-1) enter Saturday's 5A championship game with the possibility of achieving a title for the third time in as many years.
Lowndes finds itself on the cusp of that achievement after thrashing Duglass to start the playoffs and the getting by Roswell and Camden County in the last two weeks. The Vikings possess a potent offensive attack that averages 29.6 points per game and a defense that allow just over eight.
North Gwinnett (13-1) stands in their way after getting past Brookwood, Newnan and Walton.
The Bulldogs possess an equally impressive offense that nabs 29.7 points per game.
North Gwinnett at Lowndes
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