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List: Most recent trips to quarterfinals for teams that made it this year

Hebron Christian, Madison County and North Murray are in the quarterfinals for the first time. Thirty of the 64 teams still playing made the quarters last year. Here are the 64 survivors and their most recent quarterfinal appearances.

First - Hebron Christian 

First - Madison County 

First - North Murray 

1995 - Douglass 

1996 - Richmond Hill 

2001 - Oconee County 

2003 - Metter 

2007 - Warren County 

2012 - Lincoln County 

2013 - Holy Innocents' 

2014 - Hart County 

2014 - Sandy Creek 

2014 - West Laurens 

2015 - Houston County 

2016 - Crisp County 

2016 - Griffin 

2016 - Mill Creek 

2016 - Wesleyan 

2017 - Allatoona 

2017 - Brooks County 

2017 - GAC 

2017 - Hapeville Charter 

2017 - Harrison 

2017 - Jefferson 

2017 - Jones County 

2017 - Manchester 

2017 - Marietta 

2017 - McEachern 

2017 - Mitchell County 

2017 - Mount Paran Christian 

2017 - Parkview 

2017 - Starr's Mill 

2017 - Thomasville 

2017 - Woodward Academy 

2018 - Archer 

2018 - Athens Academy 

2018 - Blessed Trinity 

2018 - Buford 

2018 - Callaway 

2018 - Carrollton 

2018 - Cartersville 

2018 - Cedar Grove 

2018 - Clarke Central 

2018 - Clinch County 

2018 - Coffee 

2018 - Dacula 

2018 - Dublin 

2018 - Dutchtown 

2018 - ELCA 

2018 - Fellowship Christian 

2018 - Grayson 

2018 - Irwin County 

2018 - Jenkins 

2018 - Lee County 

2018 - Lowndes 

2018 - Marion County 

2018 - Marist 

2018 - North Gwinnett 

2018 - Peach County 

2018 - Pelham 

2018 - Rabun County 

2018 - Savannah Christian 

2018 - Valdosta 

2018 - Warner Robins 

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