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Three high school football teams from the Upstate will play for a chance to advance to the state finals next week while one school seeks another championship on Friday. Three high school football teams from the Upstate will play for a chance to advance to the state finals next week while one school seeks another championship on Friday.
Three high school football teams from the Upstate will play for a chance to advance to the state finals next week while one school seeks another championship on Friday.

And one team will be looking to stretch a winning streak to 40 Friday afternoon with another state championship.

Byrnes will host Dutch Fork for the Upper State Championship in AAAA Division I Friday night in Duncan. The victor will face the winner of the Sumter at Summerville game. The championship will be played on December 7 at Williams-Brice Stadium on the USC campus.

Daniel hosts Chapman in Central for the AAA Upper State Championship. The winner faces the team that emerges from the Marlboro County at Myrtle Beach game. The AAA title game will also be held in Columbia on December 7.

Chesnee hosts Batesburg-Leesville Friday night for the AA Division II Upper State title. The winner faces either Silver bluff or Bamberg--Ehrhardt on December 6 at Benedict College in Columbia for the championship.

Christ Church will play for the A Division I state championship Friday afternoon in Columbia. The undefeated Cavaliers play Carvers Bay at 3:00 pm. at Benedict College in Columbia. Christ church has won 39 consecutive games. That's the second longest winning streak in the history of South Carolina high school football. Summerville won 41 consecutive games during a stretch from 1978-80.

Pete Yanity will have highlights of all the action Friday night on 7 On Your Side at 11.
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