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Richmond quarterback is one of the state's best playmakers.
Friday night was a big one in North Carolina high school football as 16 semifinal showdowns took place around the state.
In Class 4AA, Leesville Road (13-0) ended Wake Forest's (12-2) bid for its fourth consecutive state championship with a 21-10 win.
The loss was only Wake Forest's fourth since 2014.
Facing Leesville Road in the title game will be Vance, who blew past Richmond 38-7. The Cougars have allowed just 21 points in four playoff games.
The state championship football games for all eight classes are scheduled for Dec. 14.
Kenan Stadium, home to the North Carolina Tar Heels, will serve as the host site for Classes 4A and 4AA while North Carolina State's Carter-Finley Stadium is the state football championship battleground for Classes 3A and 3AA.
Finalists in Classes 2A and 2AA will decide their state championship differences at Wake Forest University's BB&T Field while Wallace-Wade Stadium at Duke University will serve as the host site for the Classes 1A and 1AA state title contests.
Champions in 2018 include Murphy (Class 1A), Tarboro (Class 1AA), Reidsville (Class 2A), Shelby (Class 2AA), Charlotte Catholic (Class 3A), Weddington (Class 3AA), East Forsyth (Class 4A) and Wake Forest (Class 4AA).
North Carolina 4AA Full bracket can be found here - 2019 Football State Championships 4AA