WHERE: Chesterfield High Stadium, Chesterfield
WHEN: 7:30 tonight
RECORDS: Calhoun County 11-1, Chesterfield 12-0
THE SKINNY: Top-ranked Chesterfield has won two consecutive state championships and has not lost prior to the state final since 2005, Steve Taneyhill's first season as Rams coach. Calhoun County beat Bamberg-Ehrhardt 20-0 last week to avenge its lone loss.
SHAMIER JEFFREY (CALHOUN COUNTY): An excellent wide receiver/safety for most of the season, Jeffrey has moved to quarterback and is excelling. He completed 19 of 34 passes for 204 yards and two touchdowns against Bamberg-Ehrhardt last week.
SERGIO JOHNSON (CHESTERFIELD): An all-state selection, Johnson scored 20 touchdowns during the regular season, tallying 11 as a receiver, eight via the rush and one in the return game.
CALHOUN COUNTY WILL WIN IF ... Jeffrey uses his speed and athleticism to do something no one else has: move the ball consistently against a Rams defense that has allowed 32 points this season.
CHESTERFIELD WILL WIN IF ... Shrine Bowl defensive end Moon Edwards bullies USC commitment and Saints tackle Eric Mack to disrupt Calhoun County's offense.
CALHOUN COUNTY 22