With just one night of games remaining in the regular season in the state’s lower three classes, there is still plenty up in the air for all three area regions.
Some know they’re in the playoffs; others are hoping for one last win or possibly some outside help.
The two Thursday games involving Region VII-AAA teams provided some clarity as to which three teams will join Myrtle Beach in playoff contention.
Georgetown clinched the region’s No. 2 seed and a home playoff game with a win over Wilson on the road, while St. James’ win over Lake City eliminated in the Panthers from contention. That leaves only third and fourth place to be decided.