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There were 14 players from the county that made various Georgia Sports Writers Association all-state football teams, which was released on Saturday night.

Douglas County had the most with seven players to makeĀ  the Class AAAAAA all-state, including three on the first team. Alexander had four players to make all-state with two receiving first team honors.

Chapel Hill had two to make all-state and Lithia Springs had one, which was named to the first team.

Making the all-state first team from Douglas County was defensive linemen Mataio Soli, a junior, senior linebacker Braelen Oliver and sophomore punter Huerte Diego.

Tigers senior offensive lineman Lawrence Lagrone and running back Uriah West were picked for the second team while senior offensive lineman Deondre Harvey made honorable mention. Freshman Jonathan Jefferson made the honorable mention.

Alexander was represented on the Class AAAAAA first team by senior defensive back Aaron Casey and sophomore Jalen Morgan, who was listed as the return specialist.

Making the honorable mention from Alexander was senior quarterback Mason Wood and senior kicker Evan Nabors.

Lithia Springs lone representative on the Class AAAAA team was senior linebacker Marzavion Dix.

Chapel Hill junior T.J. Shelton made second-team on the Class AAAA list while his brother, senior wide receiver Tyre Shelton, was honorable mention.

The all-state team was voted on by sports writers throughout the state.

Cartersville record-setting quarterback Trevor Lawrence was named the All-Classification Player of the Year by the GSWA.

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