MOULTRIE -- American Banking Co. spotted Quality Employment a 7-0 first-quarter advantage on Tuesday on a drizzly night at the Knuck McCrary Complex, but came back for a 12-7 win to claim the Moultrie-Colquitt County Parks and Recreation Department's Midget League tournament championship.

In Tuesday's early game, the Packers defeated the Baby Rams 26-0 to win the 9-10 league's postseason tournament championship.

Quality Employment scored first in the Midget League game on a first-quarter touchdown run by Trey Scott.

Scott then threw to Skylar Lindsey for the extra point and Quality Employment was up 7-0.

ABC pulled to within a point before halftime on a 29-yard touchdown run by Bobby Hill.

ABC won the championship when it scored the game's only second-half touchdown.

ABC advanced to the championship game with a 18-8 victory over Moose last week.

Quality Employment advanced with a 21-6 victory over Mobley Gin.

The Packers jumped out to an 8-0 lead in the in the younger boys game when Kishaun Taylor scored on a 10-yard run and Mack Hathcock passed to Jay Tolbert for the 2-point conversion.

Anderson Glenn ran the Packers lead to 14-0 when he scored on a 18-yard run.

Hathcock threw a touchdown pass to Glenn to run the score to 20-0.

The Packers scored on the final play of the game on a touchdown by Dontavious Jackson.

The Baby Rams advanced to the championship game by defeating the Bulldogs 14-0 in the first round an then knocking off the Seminoles 12-6.

The Packers drew a first-round bye in the tournament, then blanked the Falcons 12-0 to reach the championshp game.

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