Selma High, Keith High eliminated from state playoffs
Football seasons for Keith High and Selma High ended Friday night on the road.
St. Paul routed the Saints 44-0 in round two of the Class 5A state playoffs.
Brantley eliminated the Bears 48-6 from the Class 1A state playoffs.
St. Paul 44, Selma 0: No. 1 St. Paul took advantage of two Selma turnovers to grab a 27-0 lead and cruised to a rout.
Javonte Graves-Billups scored four touchdowns and Tray Nunn had a pick-six for St. Paul, who led 41-0 at halftime.
St. Paul added a field goal for its only points in the third quarter, and played reserves in the fourth quarter.
Brantley 48, Keith 6: The Bears fell behind 34-0 after one quarter and never recovered as the top-ranked Bulldogs (12-0) remained unbeaten.
The Bears (8-3) avoided a shutout when Terrell Lumpkin and Jayln Jones connected for a 40-yard touchdown play in the fourth
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