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Pennsylvania high school football playoffs 2023: Class 6A brackets, matchups, predictions for final four

Get all the information for the 2023 Pennsylvania Class 6A high school football playoffs on SBLive

The PIAA football playoffs are down to the last 24 teams standing, as four teams will take their shot this weekend in the state semifinals of each of the six classes for a chance to play in the state championship game.

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The Class 6A state semifinals will be played on Saturday, Dec. 2 at a neutral site with the winners advancing to next week's state championship games.

The PIAA state championships will be once again held at Cumberland Valley High School from Dec. 7-9.

Thursday, Dec. 7th

Class 1A – 1:00 p.m
Class 4A – 7:00 p.m.

Friday, Dec. 8th
Class 2A – 1:00 p.m.
Class 5A – 7:00 p.m.

Saturday, Dec. 9th
Class 3A – 1:00 p.m.
Class 6A – 7:00 p.m.

You can follow all of the PIAA football playoffs action on SBLive Pennsylvania.

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Here, we will take a look at the teams remaining in Class 6A, along with the matchups, and predictions for the state semifinals and a predicted state champion.

Stay with SBLive Pennsylvania for all of the matchups, game times and scores throughout the 2023 PIAA football playoffs.

Class 6A playoff bracket 

State semifinal matchups:

St. Joseph's Prep vs. Central Bucks South at North Penn High School, 1:00. pm

North Allegheny vs. Harrisburg at Mansion Park, 1:00 pm

Results from state quarterfinals:

St. Joseph's Prep: Def. Nazareth Area 59-21

Central Bucks South: Def. Downington West 27-7 

North Allegheny: Def. McDowell 41-7 

Harrisburg: Def. Manheim Township 34-28, OT

Predicted state championship game: St. Joseph's Prep vs. North Allegheny

Predicted state champion: St. Joseph's Prep 

(Feature photo: St. Joseph's Prep players celebrate after a play in the 2022 PIAA Class 6A state championship game. Photo credit: Paul Burdick, SBLive Sports)

-- Ryan Isley | | @sblivepa