The other has no seniors and is making their first-ever trip to a state tournament.
Both will be looking to bring the Class AA state wrestling championship back to northwest Georgia next week.
As expected, the LaFayette Ramblers were hardly challenged literally and figuratively as they rolled to their second straight Area 4-AA Duals title on their own home floor Saturday.
The win earned the top-ranked Ramblers a spot in the eight-team Class AA field at next weekends state tournament in Macon.
Joining them will be upstart Sonoraville. The Phoenix, whose roster consists of mainly underclassmen with no seniors and three juniors, finished the days matches with a 4-1 record.
They knocked off a tough Adairsville squad, 40-29, in the days last match to earn the schools first state team tournament berth in any sport.
LaFayette wrestled just twice on Saturday while letting their reputation do the rest.
The Ramblers (33-4) beat Model, 66-6, in their opening match before tying a national high school record for margin of victory with an 84-0 demolition of Creekview in round two.
Set to take on Adairsville in the third round, LaFayette won the opening bout by pin before the Tigers decided to forfeit the rest of the match, giving LaFayette an 84-0 win.
Sonoravilles coach, sensing that his teams upcoming match with Adairsville would be for second place and a state berth, also elected to forfeit to the Ramblers.
LaFayettes day officially ended a short while later when ninth-ranked Pepperell already eliminated from the top two spots handed the Ramblers a third straight forfeit and the outright area championship.
I think it says a lot about the kids, when youre good enough that other teams dont want to have a go with you, said LaFayette coach Lee Dendy, who has helped coach five teams to area duals championships. We still had a pretty impressive weekend, only giving up 18 points total.
LaFayette will now head to Macon for a chance to win their second state duals title. The Ramblers captured the Class AAAA title in 2004 in Augusta.
While LaFayette waltzed to the title, Sonoraville had a much tougher road to take.
The Phoenix came out of the gate with a huge win, knocking off Pepperell 37-36.
Juan Hernandez (112) came up big for Sonoraville in the final bout, scoring two near-falls in the third period to pull out the win.
We thought it would come down between us and Pepperell (for second place), said Sonoraville head coach Casey Thompson. Pepperell beat us by 40 or 50 earlier this year and we wrestled them again Tuesday night and lost by four. I thought if we got a couple of breaks in our lineup, we could pull out a win.
They followed up with wins over Model (42-36) and Creekview (52-30) before forfeiting to LaFayette to rest up the Adairsville match.
Adairsville went 3-2, scoring wins over Creekview (62-17), Pepperell (47-22) and Model (42-22).
Pepperell, who never fully recovered from the loss to Sonoraville, claimed wins over Model (50-24) and Creekview (47-30).
Models only win came in final round as they topped Creekview, 66-11