Brookwood's old school Wing-T offense controlled the clock for the rest of the third and a large chunk of the final quarter.
The Warriors inched down to the goal line testing the Trojan defense one last time. JMA answered the bell on fourth down, as Harding busted the play up.
Brookwood snuck one score in late. Wall said that could have been prevented, but in his mind the defense pitched a shutout.
Attaway's numbers were enough. The senior quarterback completed 4-of-10 passes for 64 yards and one touchdown.
Morgan showed he is built for the playoffs with 19 carries for 124 yards and two scores.
The Trojans next opponent is Memorial Day after they defeated Flint River Friday. Wall called Memorial a tremendously athletic group.
“(Memorial) is the most athletic bunch of kids we've seen. They have speed everywhere,” Wall said.
With the special teams and defense playing at a high level, JMA plans on executing playoff win No. 2 at home next week.