When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Al Reaves Stadium, Eatonton
Records, rankings: Jefferson County is 4-2 overall, 4-0 in Region 4-2A and unranked; Putnam County is 7-0, 4-0 and No. 7.
Last meeting: Jefferson County won 49-26 in the first round of the 2011 Class 2A playoffs.
Things to know: The winner of this game will be the lone remaining unbeaten team in 4-2A play and can clinch the region title with a victory next week. Jefferson County is the two-time defending champ. Putnam County last won a region title in 2010. Jefferson County runs the ball about 70 percent of the time, led by Kobe Heggs (270 yards), Aquavious Hunter (258) and Izaiah Gaines (224). Hunter, a two-star prospect committed to Navy, also has a team-leading three interceptions. Mike Murray has 303 receiving yards. Putnam County has the No. 3 offense (37.57 points per game) in 2A and is led by Gerald Kilgore (767 yards passing, 404 rushing), Cedrion Brundage (502 rushing), Tamarion Peters (448 rushing) and Jalon Kilgore (240 receiving). The War Eagles have been even better on defense, giving up just 28 points, creating 21 turnovers, and allowing 97.9 rushing yards and 56.2 passing yards per game. LB Kaden Corbitt (48 tackles), DL Michael Crumbley (40 tackles, two blocked punts) and Jalon Kilgore (39 tackles, two interceptions) lead that unit.
Source- Georgia High School Football