There is evidently no quit in Colquitt.
They're calling it one of the more remarkable wins in Colquitt County (Moultrie, Ga.)
The Packers fought from behind five different times to score a wild 32-31 upset win over Camden County (Kingsland, Ga.)
, the nation's No. 16 team, in a Georgia Class AAAAA quarterfinal playoff game on Friday night.
Colquitt County not only converted a fourth-down touchdown with 33 seconds play, but the Packers decided to go for two and were rewarded with the victory.
According to the Valdosta Daily Times
, Cole Segraves
closed Colquitt to within 31-30 on a 23-yard touchdown pass to Bobby Hill
which culminating an 80-yard drive. Segraves completed three previous passes on the drive for 62 yards.
Then, rather than kick the extra point, the Packers went for the monumental upset, and Segraves connected with Ty Smith
for the two-point conversion.
It was the first time the Packers (11-2) led in the game.
Segraves finished 17 of 24 for 248 yards.
Camden (12-1) never led by more than a touchdown in the back-and-forth affair. It led 3-0, 10-3, 17-10, 24-17 and 31-24, but each time Colquitt didn't quit. J.J. Green
scored on a 50-yard reception and a 52-yard run for Camden County.
The loss for the No. 1 seed was stunning enough in how it happened. But coming into the game, Camden County looked bullet proof.
The Wildcats had recorded five shutouts and nine of their previous 12 opponents didn't score more than one touchdowns. They had outscored their foes 631-67.
On this unlikely night, they simply couldn't shake the Packers. Georgia AAAAA bracket