Sihiem King scored on a 48-yard touchdown run with 7:49 left to give Colquitt County the lead and the Packers held on to defeat Camden County 28-24 on Friday at Tom White Field at Mack Tharpe Stadium.
The Packers are now 10-0 as they prepare to play host to a first-round playoff game next Friday night.
Camden County falls to 5-5 overall and 0-5 in the region. The Wildcats will not make the the playoffs.
King scored two touchdowns - the other came on an 89-yard run in the second quarter - and rushed for 233 yards. He ran for 128 yards in the second half.
Colquitt led 14-7 at the half, but Camden County twice had leads in the second half.
A 21-yard run by Brandon McMaster put the Wildcats up 17-14 with 2:17 left in the third quarter, scoring on fourth down after Camden blocked a Packers punt and took over on the Colquitt 28.
But a 38-yard touchdown pass from Chase Parrish to Kiel Pollard put Colquitt up 21-17 with six seconds left in the third quarter.
Camden again took the lead 24-21 on a 4-yard run by Brandon Johnson with 9:14 left in the game.
But King, the All-State running back, proved the Packers can win a close one when he shook off a number of Camden County tacklers to score with 7:49 remaining.
Camden had one more possession, but after banging out two first downs, the Trojans were forced to punt with 4:42 left and never got the ball again.
King had first-down runs of 9 and 22 yards in the closing moments to seal the Packers victory.
Parrish completed 17-of-27 passes for two touchdowns. He was intercepted once.
Camden scored first on a 1-yard run by quarterback Antonio Hamilton, but Parrish's first scoring pass, a 39-yarder to Ty Lee, helped tie the game 7-7 with 2:22 left in the first quarter.
King's 89-yard run in second quarter gave the Packers a 14-7 halftime lead.
Camden rushed for 309 yards and quarterback Antonio Hamilton threw for 79 yards.