THOMASVILLE -- Brookwood's two-game winning streak came to end Friday night. So did the Warriors' season.
Bulloch Academy knocked Brookwood out of the GISA Class AA playoffs with a 40-21 victory.
"The boy is the real thing," said Brookwood head coach Shane Boggs, referring to Bulloch's star running back Harry Collins, who had almost 300 yards rushing.
"We couldn't tackle him."
Brookwood was also hurt by three turnovers, which has served as the Warriors' Achilles heel in their losses this year.
"No question about it," said Boggs. "Last week we overcame it."
Brookwood won its regular season finale 22-20 over SGA.
In the Warriors' loss to the Gators, Brookwood trailed 21-6 at halftime.
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