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Mountain View's Sarah Currie throws a pitch during Mountain View's softball game.

STATE SOFTBALL PLAYOFFS

Second-round matchups in the state high school softball playoffs (best-of-three series):

Tuesday, Oct. 15

Class AAAAAA

5 p.m. — Richmond Hill at Dacula (DH)

Class AAAAA

4 p.m. — Ola at Buford (DH)

Class A Private

1:30 p.m. — Hebron at Mount Vernon (DH)

Wednesday, Oct. 16

Class AAAAAAA

4 p.m. — Mill Creek at East Coweta (DH)

4 p.m. — Peachtree Ridge at South Forsyth (DH)

4:30 p.m. — Lassiter at Grayson (DH)

5 p.m. — Etowah at North Gwinnett (DH)

5 p.m. — Lowndes at Parkview (DH)

5 p.m. — Mountain View at Cherokee (DH)

5 p.m. — Norcross at Colquitt County (DH)

Class AAAAAA

4:30 p.m. — Richmond Hill at Dacula (Game 3, if necessary)

Class AAAAA

5 p.m. — Ola at Buford (Game 3, if necessary)

Class A Private

4:30 p.m. — Trinity Christian at Wesleyan (DH)

TBA — Hebron at Mount Vernon (Game 3, if necessary)

Thursday, Oct. 17

Class AAAAAAA

2 p.m. — Norcross at Colquitt County (Game 3, if necessary)

4 p.m. — Lowndes at Parkview (Game 3, if necessary)

5 p.m. — Lassiter at Grayson (Game 3, if necessary)

5 p.m. — Mill Creek at East Coweta (Game 3, if necessary)

5 p.m. — Peachtree Ridge at South Forsyth (Game 3, if necessary)

6 p.m. — Etowah at North Gwinnett (Game 3, if necessary)

6 p.m. — Mountain View at Cherokee (Game 3, if necessary)

Class A Private

TBA — Trinity Christian at Wesleyan (Game 3, if necessary)

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