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List: Playoff teams that didn’t reach the postseason in 2017

Of the 240 playoff teams, 50 didn't make it last season. North Cobb Christian, which started varsity football in 2007, is in the playoffs for the first time. Forsyth Central is breaking the longest drought. The Bulldogs were in the playoffs most recently in 2001. Here are the 50 with their most recent seasons in the playoffs. 

First - North Cobb Christian 

2001 - Forsyth Central 

2003 - Greenbrier 

2009 - Lakeview-Fort Ogle. 

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2009 - Riverside Military 

2010 - Fannin County 

2010 - Haralson County 

2010 - Hardaway 

2011 - Habersham Central 

2012 - Hancock Central 

2012 - Perry 

2012 - Washington 

2012 - Wilcox County 

2013 - Henry County 

2013 - Seminole County 

2013 - Statesboro 

2014 - Claxton 

2014 - Hephzibah 

2014 - Mundy's Mill 

2015 - Camden County 

2015 - Christian Heritage 

2015 - Columbus 

2015 - Creekside 

2015 - Creekview 

2015 - Early County 

2015 - East Paulding 

2015 - Locust Grove 

2015 - North Oconee 

2015 - Northeast 

2015 - Ringgold 

2016 - Bradwell Institute 

2016 - Central Gwinnett 

2016 - Cherokee 

2016 - East Coweta 

2016 - Greene County 

2016 - Holy Innocents' 

2016 - Johns Creek 

2016 - Jonesboro 

2016 - Lithonia 

2016 - Loganville 

2016 - Northgate 

2016 - Riverdale 

2016 - Riverwood 

2016 - Sandy Creek 

2016 - Stephens County 

2016 - Swainsboro 

2016 - Union County 

2016 - Upson-Lee 

2016 - Veterans 

*2017 - Trinity Christian 

*Played in the Georgia Independent School Association last season; first GHSA appearance. 

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