The JV wind up their season at home against the Druid Hills Red Devils.
Chamblee starts its region season against Southwest DeKalb, which was 2nd in the region last year with an 8-4 record.
It's the first-ever matchup between the Bulldogs and the Pickens Dragons, a 6-AAAA team that went 5-6 in 2017, and was beaten by Cartersville in the first round of the playoffs. Pickens running back Robert Davis and WR Zach Goss were honorable mention All-State last year.
Chamblee hits the road for an early-season test against Lowndes County. Lowndes head coach Randy McPherson coached Chamblee head coach Curtis Mattair in high school, and this will be their first matchup as head coaches.
Lowndes were Region 1-AAAAAAA champions in 2017, finishing 2nd in the state in AAAAAAA and going 11-1. Martin Stadium seats 12,365, so bring some friends!
Chamblee travels to Forsyth Central (5-AAAAAAA) in Cumming for a Battle of the Bulldogs.
Coach Frank Hepler and his Bulldogs are coming off a winless season, where they faced two Top 10 teams, Dawson County and South Forsyth, and lost four games by a touchdown or less.
Chamblee and Druid Hills face off at North DeKalb Stadium at 5:30 p.m.
The teams met in Chamblee's 2017 season opener, the first game in the renovated North DeKalb. It was a thriller that Chamblee won 27-19, thanks to a strip-and-score by Levinte Washington and late forced fumble and recovery by Jonathan Rhone with Druid Hills at the Chamblee 2-yard line.