Posted On: 11/27/20 10:53 PM

All four of the remaining teams in the state tournament for 6-man football have been dominate this season, leaving little surprise that they are the ones remaining in the bracket.

This week’s semifinal matchups features a rematch of one of the best regular-season games in 6-man football this fall, three undefeated teams and the potential for a rematch of last year’s state championship final. Here is our look at the games in 6-man football this week.

No. 1 Fleming vs. No. 4 Granada, Nov. 28, 1 p.m.

The defending state champions rolled through four of its first five games of the season, but the Fleming Wildcats did face a test with the Granada Bobcats to close the regular season. Despite allowing more yards and losing the turnover battle, Fleming was able to prevail on its home field 49-44 to finish the regular season undefeated.

The highly-anticipated rematch will be on the same field this Saturday, but the stakes are significantly higher with the winner advancing to the state championship game next week.

Chris Goss has been one of the team leaders for Fleming on both sides of the ball this season and was effective in the win over Granada. He

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