LAST YEAR: Did not play

COACHES: Reggie Kennedy, Blythewood; Jimmy Noonan, Wando

NOTABLE: This Division I-AAAA playoff game features two teams coming off upsets. Wando topped Spartanburg, 28-7, last week in the first round, while Blythewood pulled off the upset of the season with a 32-28 win over third-ranked Lexington. Lexington beat Blythewood by five TDs in the regular season. The Warriors will look to control the ball on the ground. The defense was solid, holding Spartanburg to minus-21 yards in the second half.

KEEP AN EYE ON: Wando offensive tackle Tyler Stasky, who has 36 pancake blocks. The 6-10 senior will play in North-South game.

DID YOU KNOW: This is first time the two schools have played on the gridiron.

LAST YEAR: Did not play

COACHES: John McKissick, Summerville; Chris Miller, Byrnes

NOTABLE: Byrnes enters the Division I-AAAA playoff game with an eight-game winning streak. The Rebels' only losses were against Myrtle Beach and Gaffney, teams still alive in the playoffs. The Green Wave has a modest two-game winning streak, including last week's dramatic 28-27 victory over Fort Dorchester. Devon Anderson had a big game against the Patriots, rushing for 160 yards, including a 45-yard touchdown run.

KEEP AN EYE ON: Summerville cornerback Matt White. He's been selected to play in the Shrine Bowl.

DID YOU KNOW: Byrnes beat Summerville, 48-9, in the 2007 Division I-AAAA state championship game.

LAST YEAR: Myrtle Beach won, 47-0, in Class AAA Lower State championship

COACHES: Ken Cribb, Bluffton; Mickey Wilson, Myrtle Beach

NOTABLE: Defending Class AAA state champion Myrtle Beach is proving there is life after all-state quarterback Everett Golson, who now plays for Notre Dame. The Seahawks beat Byrnes in the season opener, and their only loss was to Conway. Bluffton is seeking revenge for last year's blowout in the Lower State championship. The Bobcats have won 22 of their last 24 and are averaging 60 points a game.

KEEP AN EYE ON: Bluffton quarterback C.J. Frazier. He leads the state with 49 touchdown passes and has thrown for 2,898 yards.

DID YOU KNOW: Linebacker Michael Grant is the first Bobcat selected to play in the Shrine Bowl.

LAST YEAR: Did not play

COACHES: Russell Zehr, Cane Bay; Dean Howell, A.C. Flora

NOTABLE: Cane Bay must shut down the Falcons' high-octane offense if the Cobras want to continue their best season. A.C. Flora enters with a 10-game winning streak and has scored at least 36 points in its last eight games. Cane Bay enters with a school-record five-game win streak thanks to a defense that has allowed only 12 points a game during the stretch.

KEEP AN EYE ON: Cane Bay RB Davon Higgins. He had 168 yards rushing and three TDs in last week's 28-14 Class AAA playoff win over Marlboro County.

DID YOU KNOW: Cane Bay has a 23-23 record since the school opened its doors in 2008.