Sihiem King scored a school-record six touchdowns as Colquitt County rallied from a 23-7 second-quarter deficit to defeat Dacula 51-30 in a second-round state playoff game on Friday at Tom White Field at Mack Tharpe Stadium.
The Packers will meet Milton in a quarterfinal game next Friday.
A coin toss will determine where the Milton-Colquitt County game will be played.
Milton, like Colquitt County a No. 1 seed, defeated Langston Hughes 17-14 on Friday.
The Packers, who are now 12-0, were down 20-0 in the first quarter after Dacula scored touchdowns on its first three possessions.
But two King touchdowns and a conversion pass by Chase Parrish pulled the Packers to within eight at 23-15 at the half.
But the game turned when Bull Barge picked up a Dacula fumble and ran it 57 yards for for a touchdown with 8:38 left in the third quarter.
Parrish threw to Marquan Greene for the 2-point conversion to tie the game and it was all Sihiem King the rest of the way.
King scored on a 3-yard run after Dacula fumbled away its next possession and the Packers had their first lead of the game at 30-23.
The All-State senior running back then scored on 17- and 18-yard runs and the Packers led 37-23 heading into the final quarter.
An 18-yard touchdown run by King put Colquitt up 44-23 over the stunned Falcons on the first play of the fourth quarter.
Dacula scored on a hook-and-latter play to pull to within 14 with 6:06 left, but King had one more touchdown, his 11th in the last two games, and the school-record 52nd of his career to seal the comeback victory.
King unofficially had 134 yards on 17 carries.