BLAKELY, Ga. (WDHN) — Early County dominated round one of the Georgia High School Association football playoffs and hopes to do the same in round two.

The one seed Bobcats will go up against the two seed Telfair County Trojans in the second round of football playoffs for class A Division II

Both of these teams come off of high-scoring wins.

The Bobcats destroyed Turner County 60-19 and the Trojans defeated Emanuel County Institute 62-37.

“The score doesn’t indicate how good Turner County is,” Early County Head Coach Joel Harvin said. “We were scared to death with them because of how athletic they were. For how we played last week we do have a little bit of confidence. We just kind of build off of what we had last week.”

The Bobcats enter the matchup with an 8-3 record. The Trojans are 9-2.

Early County made history this season winning the region for the first time since 2003.

Now they hope to make even more history by advancing to round three for the first time in a decade.

“It would be awesome because we haven’t done it for a long time and it would feel good,” senior Jikhael Chrispen said.

A combination of things that has carried this Bobcat team to success.

“We’ve got a good group of seniors that are very good football players and they put the team on their back and they lead,” Harvin said. “It doesn’t take all the coaches yelling and screaming. They know how to hold each other accountable.

“Teamwork, how we work together,” senior Jaron Davis said. “We’ve been through something together.”

This week the Bobcats are focused on round two, but they have their eyes set on the state championship.

“They deserve it,” Harvin said. “That just means more to me than anything.”

The Trojans and the Bobcats kick off Friday at Standifer field in Blakely at 7:30 p.m. EST.