Ashley Ridge at Dutch Fork
Top-ranked Dutch Fork shouldn’t struggle in playoff opener.
Pick: Dutch Fork
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Batesburg-Leesville at Academic Magnet
Batesburg-Leesville has lost two in a row, but is playoff tested.
Battery Creek at Brookland-Cayce
B-C victory gives it first 10-win season since 1966.
Beaufort at Lugoff-Elgin
Demons making first playoff appearance since 2010.
Blythewood at South Florence
Bengals will be well-rested after two weeks off.
Camden at Chapman
Two of Chapman’s three losses by combined three points.
Dreher at North Myrtle Beach
Loss of Jay Washington might be tough for Dreher to overcome.
Pick: North Myrtle Beach
Eastside at Airport
Airport’s big-play ability on offense and special teams might be the difference.
Gray Collegiate at Christ Church
GCA hopes for road win in first playoff game in school history.
Pick: Christ Church
Indian Land at Newberry
Newberry has won seven consecutive playoff home games.
Irmo at Fort Dorchester
Good news is Irmo in playoffs. Bad news is their opponent in Fort Dorchester.
Pick: Fort Dorchester
Keenan at Blacksburg
Blacksburg’s past six games decided by eight points or less.
Lexington at Sumter
Wildcats’ run to second consecutive state championship begins with a tough test.
May River at Gilbert
Gilbert spoils Rodney Summers’ return to Midlands.
Myrtle Beach at A.C. Flora
Myrtle Beach didn’t expect to be on road for playoff opener.
Pick: Myrtle Beach
Ridge View at Wren
Blazers are getting healthy but need to cut down penalties for deep postseason run.
Pick: Ridge View
Swansea at Bluffton
Bluffton has scored more than 70 points in three games this year.
West Ashley at Spring Valley
Spring Valley looking for first playoff win since 2013.
Pick: Spring Valley
White Knoll at Wando
No OrTre Smith but Wando still is tough to beat.
Wilson at Chapin
Fans will get glimpse of 2018 top prospect and Wilson defensive end Xavier Thomas, but Chapin is better team.
Woodruff at Fairfield Central
Second year in a row teams meeting in playoffs.
Pick: Fairfield Central
W.W. King vs. Andrew Jackson
Andrew Jackson has won 25 games in a row going into SCISA 8-man title game.
Pick: Andrew Jackson
Ben Lippen vs. Porter-Gaud
Thompson, opportunistic defense help Ben Lippen bring home SCISA 3A crown.
Pick: Ben Lippen
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