Peach falls to Calhoun in state championship game after controversial call

The Trojans fall in the state championship / Mason Prince (WGXA)

ATLANTA -- The Peach County Trojans fell to the Calhoun Yellow Jackets 10-6 in the state championship game Friday afternoon.

Calhoun scored their only touchdown off a pick-six from safety and Clemson commit Brannon Spector with just 23 seconds in the half.

They converted a field goal later in the game.

Trojan Quarterback Antonio Gilbert threw two interceptions in the first half. In his previous 14 games, he'd only thrown one.

In the second half Peach County kicker Mitchell Fineran converted on two field goals, including a 50-yarder, but they that's all they were able to put on the board.

The Trojans thought they scored a touchdown later in the game on a controversial play, but the pass was ruled incomplete.

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