GHSA Basketball Quarterfinals Recap

The GHSA basketball quarterfinals are Tuesday and Wednesday to set up the semifinals matchups which will be held across the state Friday and Saturday.

See the quarterfinals recaps below or follow the links to the boys and girls brackets powered by Score Atlanta.

This file will be updated throughout the quarterfinals.

Class 7A

Boys: Wheeler 62, Campbell 57

Defending state champion Wheeler led Campbell 35-23 at the half and survived a furious rally by the visiting Spartans to set up a semifinal showdown with McEachern after the Indians defeated Norcross 72-57. Campbell cut the deficit to 60-57 and had possession, but the potential game-tying three-point attempt went off the rim and the Wildcats corralled the loose ball and La Lewis added the final two points at the foul. Wheeler was led by Josh Hill (16), Ricky McKenzie (16) and Lewis (15), while Fe’Royre High led the Spartans with a game-high 18 points.

Boys: Grayson 87, Peachtree Ridge 59

Gicarri Harris became Grayson’s all-time leading scorer in the Rams’ 55-44 second round win over Carrollton with a 16-point effort and helped spark the Rams Wednesday night over Gwinnett rival Peachtree Ridge with a game-high 23 points to go with his eight rebounds and four assists.. No. 1 ranked Grayson previously defeated the Lions 80-71 back on Nov. 22 and the consistent outside shooting by Harris and the presence of 6-foot-9 Jacob Wilkins slashing to the basket overwhelmed Peachtree Ridge as the Rams swept their way to the semifinals. Wilkins added 15 points and seven rebounds. Grayson was also led by Anthony Alston (17), CJ Hyland (12) and Amir Taylor (7). Hyland had seven assists and five steals to go with his 12 points and Taylor added seven rebounds and seven assists.

Boys: Milton 79, Pebblebrook 65

Milton picked up its ninth-straight victory and advanced to take on No. 1 ranked Grayson. The Eagles jumped out to a 37-30 halftime lead before closing out a 79-65 victory. Milton is now 20-10 after opening the season 4-6 and 11-10. Anthony Gause led Milton with a brilliant performance—notching a game-high 24 points and adding nine assists, six rebounds and four steals. Josh Dixon finished with 19 points, Dhvanish Vaghela added 14, Braxton Giesler tallied 11 points and Daniel Ogunyemi tabbed a double-double with 11 points and 11 boards.

Girls: North Paulding 74, Buford 69 OT

Buford’s Izzy Rettiger scored on a lay-in with 4.5 seconds left in the game to tie the contest at 60 and force overtime against the Wolfpack. North Paulding held a 72-69 lead with 15 seconds left and forced Buford to capitalize on long-range shooting to force a second overtime period. The Wolves had made 12 from beyond the arc at that point but when Ava Watson attempted a 3-point shot from several paces past the 3-point line, North Paulding junior power forward Ava Andrews got a hand on the ball with 1.5 seconds left on the clock, interrupting Watson’s shot enough to secure the victory as time expired.

Girls: Cherokee 70, Campbell 60

Cherokee enjoyed a 45-24 at before the Warriors weathered a 21-12 run from Campbell in the third quarter to lead 57-45 entering the fourth quarter. Campbell put together a 15-13 effort in the fourth quarter but fell short. The Warriors led 20-6 after the first quarter. North Paulding will face Cherokee at 1 p.m. Saturday at Georgia State in Atlanta.

Girls: Lowndes 61, Milton 50

Two players scored in double-figures to lead Lowndes past Milton. Junior Aryana Thomas – a 5-foot-7 shooting guard, scored a team-leading 16 points. Kaci Demps, a 5-6 junior point guard, finished with 12 points for the Vikings.

Girls: Grayson 59, Norcross 38

The Rams preserved their flawless season while moving to 30-0 in a defeat of Norcross. Top-ranked Grayson will face Lowndes 5 p.m. Saturday at Georgia State in Atlanta.

Class 6A

Boys: Jonesboro 62, Langston Hughes 51

Jonesboro achieved the 20-win milestone for the third-consecutive season after their 11-point victory. Jonesboro was able to turn around their season after a tough 1-3 start. Montez Redding continues to be a reliable scoring option and has reached double-figures in each game this postseason including 24 points in their previous win against St. Pius X. The Cardinals reach the Final Four this year after falling in the quarterfinals in Alexander in 2023.

Boys: Alexander 62, Grovetown 47

Alexander (28-2) has equaled its win total from last season after a 15-point victory against Grovetown. The defending state champions have not lost since playing McEachern in the New Year’s Classic back in January. During their active 15-game winning streak, they have beaten 13 of their 15 opponents by double-digits. The Cougars have been dominant and will look to further their attempt at consecutive crowned against Woodward Academy this weekend at West Georgia.

Boys: Woodward Academy 51, Douglas County 42

A 12-0 fourth quarter run lifted Woodward Academy past Douglas County. Woodward Academy led 11-10 after the first quarter and 28-21 at the half, but Douglas County rallied with a 17-6 edge in the third quarter to take a 38-34 lead. Douglas County held a 42-39 lead with four minutes left in the game before the War Eagles went on a run, and their defense clamped down. Deke Cooper was the leading scorer for Woodward Academy and flirted with a double-double scoring 15 points and grabbing nine rebounds. Zac Foster had 13 points, eight rebounds, three steals, and two blocks. Brandon Peters also added seven points and nine rebounds on the night. Woodward Academy will face Riverwood in the semifinals at West Georgia on Saturday.

Boys: Riverwood 70, Woodstock 64

Riverwood advanced one victory closer to contending for its first state championship in program history after defeating Woodstock. The Raiders have its most wins in a season since 2016-2017 and are led by a talented backcourt that features Karris Bilal and JR Leonard. Riverwood will face Jonesboro in the Final Four. Woodstock made history by advancing to its first-ever Elite 8, but a 13-point halftime lead, a 26-point effort by JR Leonard and a 23-point night by teammate Karris Bilal was enough to lift Riverwood to a thrilling 70-64 victory. Woodstock was led by Jamier Nowell (22), Taj Saragba (19), Quentin Rakestraw (14) and Jackson Warren (7).

Girls: Veterans 60, Hughes 56

Gabby Minus led the Lady Warhawks tonight scoring 20 points and Nariah Nelson was not far behind scoring 18 points with four three-pointers in the postseason victory. Desteyn Seaton scored 11 points of her own in the Lady Warhawks Elite Eight victory.

Girls: North Forsyth 61, Woodward Academy 49

Woodward Academy held a six-point advantage against North Forsyth at the half, leading 28-22. The half included a 10-0 run by the Eagles. North Forsyth managed to tie the game in the second quarter, 22-22 before Woodward ended the first half on a 6-0 run. The third quarter ended with the Eagles holding a one-point lead, 41-40. North Forsyth held Woodward to only eight fourth quarter points and scored for 21 points to put the game out of reach. Woodward was scoreless for the final 4:30 of the game.

Girls: Marist 57, Pope 29

Marist held a 21-point lead going into the fourth quarter and held on for victory. As the one seed, Marist has controlled opponents in the postseason, winning by an average of 36 points in the playoffs. The War Eagles will face River Ridge in the semifinals on Saturday at 5:00 p.m. at the University of West Georgia.

Girls: River Ridge 64, Tift County 46

River Ridge was leading for a majority of the game and held a 13-point lead at the end of the third quarter, 52-39. Allie Sweet led with 24 points, 11 rebounds, five blocks and three steals. Sophia Pearl added 12 points and six assists in the River Ridge victory. Ridge will play Marist in the semifinals.

Class 5A

Boys: Winder-Barrow 66, Warner Robins 64

The Elite Eight matchup featured a back and forth first quarter that featured multiple lead changes but in the end, JD Estime hit a layup with around four seconds left to give Winder Barrow the lead for good. By halftime Warner Robins held a two-point lead at the break, 27-25. Warner Robins converted a 9-0 run in the second quarter to gain control. Winder Barrow climbed back and held a five-point lead, 44-39 after junior Jordan Samuel played a huge part in helping the Bulldogs gain the lead back. Jerrin Samuel led Winder Barrow with 15 points and Tyrin Sims scored 14 (nine points in the fourth) on their way to the Class 5A semifinals. Cam Perkins led the way for Warner Robins with 17 points.

Boys: Kell 60, Dutchtown 46

Kell led 39-21 at halftime as CJ Brown and Cannon Richards gave Dutchtown problems throughout the game. The Longhorns had a 20-point lead in the third quarter but saw it be cut to eight points after a 12-0 Dutchtown run to begin the final quarter.

Boys: Maynard Jackson 77, Tucker 69

No. 4 seeded Maynard Jackson trailed 10-0 out of the gates before the entire starting five came alive and finished in double-figures to defeat host Tucker and advance to semifinals. The Jaguars’ starting produced all but four of the team’s 77 points with Yusef Bowyer’s team-high 18 points in addition to Max Young (16), Cassius Watkins (15), Donaven Thomas (13) and Cam Dover (11). Dover also hauled in 11 rebounds to record a double-double. Tucker’s Josiah Dawson (28), Kharyi Dunn (18) and Corde Neyland (11) led the Tigers. The Jaguars will take on last year’s state runner-up Eagle’s Landing Christian in the semifinals. The Eagles’ defeated Region 5 No. 1 seed Tri-Cities 66-51 on Wednesday and will now take on Region 5’s four seed with a trip to Macon on the line.

Girls: Cartersville 47, Harris County 46

The Cartersville Lady Canes are on their way to the semifinals after a narrow one-point 47-46 victory over Harris County. The Lady Canes were led by Taff Bradley with 18 points and nine rebounds and Ansley Griffin with 10 points. KK Arnold scored eight points with seven rebounds and Senai Carpenter scored seven points with eight assists and five rebounds.

Girls: Dalton 71, Arabia Mountain 52

Arabia Mountain came into the Elite Eight matchup with a 16-game win streak which was snapped by Dalton. At the end of the first half, Dalton held an eight-point lead against Arabia Mountain, 34-26. The Catamounts opened the second half on an 18-0 run, expanding the lead to 26. Arabia held its last lead at 22-21 but Dalton’s 30-5 run thwarted all efforts for the Rams. Arabia Mountain opened the fourth quarter with a 14-0 run to cut the Dalton lead to 18, but the game was out of reach.

Girls: Midtown 58, Jones County 37

Sinclair Richman and Devin Bockman led with 18 points for Midtown. Cate Barton scored 15 points, Briaiah Lewis had 10 points with six assists and Hailey Wortmann finished with 10 points and five rebounds. The two-seeded Midtown Knights will face Dalton in the Class 5A Girls Final Four on Friday at 5:00 p.m. at the University of West Georgia.

Class 4A

Boys: Holy Innocents’ 63, Whitewater 49

Holy Innocents’ eliminated defending state champion Pace Academy 62-58 in the Sweet 16 and handled business Wednesday night against No. 4 seed Whitewater to end the Wildcats’ Cinderella run. The Golden Bears’ improved their win-streak to 14-straight and were led by the dynamic Caleb Wilson and Devin Hutcherson. Wilson finished with 18 points, 12 rebounds, seven blocks and four assists and Hutcherson added 18 points, 12 rebounds and three assists. Holy Innocents’ will take on Benedictine in the semifinals.

Boys: Benedictine 65, Seckinger 58

Benedictine achieved a second consecutive trip to the semifinals after making its first-ever appearance last season. The Cadets trailed Seckinger 27-26 at the half and ended regulation tied 54-54 before outscoring the Jaguars 11-4 in overtime to secure the victory. Benedictine’s Houston Jackson electrified the crowd at the end of the first quarter with a mid-range buzzer beater that tied the game 15-15.

Boys: North Oconee 78, New Hampstead 58

North Oconee extended its win-streak to 17-straight and improved its record to 28-3 with a 78-58 home win over New Hampstead and advanced to the Final Four for the first time in program history. New Hampstead closed out the second quarter on a 15-2 scoring run to take a 34-31 lead at the half. North Oconee pulled 47-46 at the end of the third quarter and outscored the Phoenix 31-12 in the final frame. Byrd Carter (20), Khamari Brooks (17) and Justin Payne (14) led North Oconee, while New Hampstead was paced by Toland Daughtry (14), AJ Williams (13) and Ja’Cari Glover (12).

Boys: Baldwin 58, Westminster 48

Host Baldwin picked up its 14th-straight victory and remains undefeated in Class 4A this season heading into the semifinals—where the Braves will take on North Oconee. Westminster entered the matchup fresh off its victory over No. 1 ranked McDonough where the Wildcats used a 15-0 scoring run to close out the 58-50 victory. Baldwin executed early and took a 14-9 lead after the first quarter and 31-20 at the half. The Braves preserved a 39-29 lead heading into the fourth and closed out the 10-point victory.

Girls: Baldwin 66, Stockbridge 39

Baldwin will advance to the Class 4A semifinals for the third straight season after expanding upon a seven-point lead at halftime, 27-20. CJ Wilson led the way for Stockbridge in the loss with 12 points and six rebounds. Jaidyn Hill and Jayla Fulks added seven points each. Janaye Walker led the way for Baldwin with 17 points and 17 rebounds and Kassidy Neal added 15 points and nine rebounds of her own.

Girls: Fayette County 77, Chestatee 71

Fayette County ended the first quarter on a 9-0 run as they ended the period with a seven-point lead, up 18-11. At the end of the third, Chestatee held a one-point lead, 48-47, in a quarter that featured a 16-2 run to get back into the game. Free throws were key for Fayette County as it helped them pull away from Chestatee in the fourth quarter. Deyla McCoy led the Tigers with 23 points and Anaya Ferguson scored 19 points with 10 rebounds and eight blocks. Megan Ohonde added 19 points for to help Fayette advance to the semifinals.

Girls: North Oconee 62, Starr’s Mill 55

North Oconee held a one-point lead after two quarters, leading 28-27 over Star’s Mill. By the end of the third quarter, the game remained close and North Oconee continued to hold the lead with a two-point advantage, 42-40. North Oconee was ultimately able to pull away. North Oconee is the first Oconee County School to make it to the semifinals. Reese Riddle led North Oconee with 20 points and pulled down five rebounds while Kendall Wells scored 13 points and grabbed 10 rebounds in the win.

Girls: Hardaway 59 Holy Innocents’ 53

Mikayla Johnson led the way for Hardaway with 21 points and Akilah Shelton scored 18 points of her own going 8-for-11 from the free throw line. Jenaiya Hardy added 15 points of her own in the victory against Holy Innocents.

Class 3A

Boys: Dougherty 71, Douglass-Atlanta 64

Dougherty picked up its eighth-consecutive after another strong offensive performance. The Trojans have crossed the 70-point mark three times in the past four games. They hit their season-high in a win against Salem in the first round of the playoffs scoring 96 points. The Trojans have been tough to slow down offensively and that momentum has carried them into the Final Four.

Boys: Carver (Columbus) 74, Hart County 53 

Carver-Columbus outscored Hart County 19-8 in the fourth quarter to move on to the Final Four. The Tigers held a 38-35 lead at halftime before intensifying the defense in the second half, and clamping down their opponent—limiting Hart County to just 18 points in the final two quarters of the game. For Hart County, Drew Maxwell was the second-leading scorer with 11 points.

Boys: Sandy Creek 75, Monroe 44 

The defending state champions clinched its seventh-consecutive season with 25 wins or more after a dominant second half performance. Monroe initially kept the game close and trailed 14-12 after the first quarter and made it tough for the Patriots throughout the first half. Sandy Creek pulled away thanks to their great trio of players. Jacobi Robinson and Amari Brown finished with 21 points each and James Madison-commit Micah Smith added 19 points. The Patriots are in the final four for the second consecutive season.

Boys: Johnson (Savannah) 57, Hebron Christian 50 

Host Johnson advanced to the Final Four after a 27-point performance from Favion Kirkwood. Johnson held an early 16-7 lead in the first quarter and a memorable four-point play from Cormari Jones as he converted play with four seconds left in the quarter. After Johnson held a 32-23 lead at halftime, Hebron Christian made it interesting at the end of the third quarter by cutting the deficit to 42-41. Johnson used a 9-2 run to separate and take control of the game in the fourth quarter. Joshua Quarterman added 13 points for the Atomsmashers and Jones had 13 points and five assists with no turnovers.

Girls: Hebron 75, Morgan County 28

Ja’kerra Butler scored 17 points with 10 rebounds and four blocks to lead defending-champion Hebron one step closer to another state title. Aubrey Beckham added 15 points with four assists, Danielle Osho scored 14 points with 10 rebounds, Mia ‘MJ’ James finished with 10 points, five rebounds and three steals, Amiya Porter had nine points, three assists and three steals and Nickyia Daniel tallied eight points with three assists.

Girls: Carver-Columbus 76, Hart County 57

Carver led 22-14 after the first quarter and 43-27 at the half to advance past Hart County and into the semifinals. Senior Jazmin Thornton was 14-of-27 shooting for 31 points with 13 rebounds, three steals and a block to lead Carver to the semifinals. Senior Aubri Wilkins added 12 points on 5-of-12 shooting and junior Camryn Thomas had 10 points on 3-of-8 shooting.

Class 2A

Boys: Butler 51, South Atlanta 47

Butler used a dominant second quarter to get back in the game after trailing by eight points after the first. Butler held South Atlanta to four points in the quarter and tied it going into halftime. For South Atlanta, it was the second-consecutive year they played in the Elite Eight. The Hornets were led by senior Saku Hurst, who finished with a team-high 22 points. Dour Dour added 12 points. South Atlanta held a 22-14 lead at the end of the first quarter. Butler clamped down defensively and forced a 26-26 tie at intermission. At the end of the 3rd, South Atlanta had a 37-35 lead.

Boys: Toombs County 67, Athens Academy 41

Toombs County used a strong shooting night from three-point range to advance to the semifinals. Toombs County connected on 10 of its three-point attempts against Athens Academy. Jesus Quintero hit six of the 10 and finished with 22 points. He also added four assists. The Bulldogs jumped out to a 12-4 lead early and never relinquished the lead. Dominic Eason added 17 points, and Demetrius Cutler finished with a double-double scoring 12 points and grabbing 15 rebounds for the Bulldogs.

Boys: Columbia 55, Southwest-Macon 35 

Columbia was led by a trio of scorers who finished in double-figures in Tahmar Mann with 16, Quay Wallace with 13 points, and Ja’Marcus Hatcher with 10 points. For Southwest-Macon, Caron Howard was their leading scorer and finished with 10 points. Columbia has continued to get it done with their defense in the playoffs not allowing a team to score 60 points. Wednesday marked their best defensive performance of the season holding their opponent to 35 points, a season-low.

Boys: Westside-Augusta 78, Model 40 

Westside-Augusta’s quest for a three peat continues after an empathic 38-point win against Model. The Patriots jumped out to an early 9-0 lead and never trailed in the game. They took a 43-20 lead into the break after scoring 20 points in the second quarter. The Patriots defense has been stellar as they have held opponents to 40 points or less in five out of the last six games. Javan Webb was the leading scorer for the Patriots with a game-high 20 points. Bobby Blackwell and Lavonta Ivery both contributed 10 points. They will battle the winner of Columbia-Southwest Macon in the Final Four at Georgia College and State University in Milledgeville.

Girls: Central-Macon 44, Columbia 37

Central ended the first half with a 15-point advantage, holding Columbia to single digits after two quarters with a 22-7 lead. By the end of the third quarter, Central held just a four-point lead over Columbia, leading 28-24. Central was led by Alayna Grane with 18 points, going 11-fo-16 from the free throw line. Aniya Dugger added 12 points with three rebounds and three steals for Central. Columbia was led by Keamaura Robinson with 13 points and 14 rebounds and Nia Anderson, who scored 13 points.

Girls: Josey 65, Banks County 48

Josey held a 13-point halftime lead – 36-23 — in the quarterfinals victory over Banks. Josey opened the game strong and continued their strong play into the second half.

Girls: Murray County 52, Butler 49

The Bulldogs held a 13-5 lead after the first quarter, but Murray County opened the second quarter with a 7-0 run. The first quarter lead dwindled down to three points by halftime with the Bulldogs leading 25-22. The second quarter featured a Murray County three-point lead after they faced an eight-point deficit in the first. By the end of the third, Butler held a two-point lead, up 40-38. In a back-and-forth final quarter, the reigning Region 4-AA champ Bulldogs lost in the Elite Eight by three, 52-49. Bayleigh Winkler led Murray with 18 points and nine rebounds and Callan Ledford scored 12 points for Murray County, which advanced to the semifinals the first time since 1966.

Girls: Mt. Paran Christian 86, Dodge County 55

Mt. Paran Christian had little issues with Dodge County in a 31-point victory to advance to the semifinals. Three players scored in double figures for Dodge County in the loss. Lyric Green led 23 points, Autumn Rhodes added 14 points and Paige Ingram scored 10 points in the defeat.

Class A Division I

Boys: Savannah 53, Darlington 49  

Savannah used a 12-2 run in the fourth quarter to advance to the Final Four. Savannah survived a nip-and-tuck battle that featured several lead changes. In the fourth quarter, Darlington held a 47-41 advantage before Savannah went on its decisive 12-2 run. Savannah cut the deficit to 47-46 after a Stephon Fox three pointer with 2:45 left in the game. They would take a 49-47 lead before Darlington took a timeout. Darlington cut the deficit to two points with a quick bucket, but Savannah was able to close it out at the free throw line.

Boys: Mount Vernon 73East Laurens 57 

Mount Vernon won their eighth-consecutive game to advance to the semifinals for the second consecutive season after a 14-point victory. The game was a close one early, but the Mustangs used a 21-point second quarter to break the game open and led by double-digits at halftime. Mount Vernon outscored East Laurens 38-25 in the second half. Mount Vernon had four players in double-figures. Kiwane Garris led the way with his 30 points. Shayah Goba had 17 points. Dennis Scott finished with a double-double scoring 15 points and grabbing 11 rebounds, and Xavier Shegog finished with 10 points, 13 rebounds and four blocks.

Boys: Mount Pisgah 66, Bleckley County 55

Jackson Williams’ 21-point night led Mount Pisgah past Bleckley County. It was back-and-forth throughout the first half as Bleckley County trailed 29-28 going into the break. Mount Pisgah used a strong second half offense led by Williams and 6-foot-7 wing O’Neill Connoly, who is having a strong season for the Patriots. Connolly finished with 19 points and was a go-to scorer in the post and mid-range. The Patriots are back in the semis for second-consecutive season.

Boys: Paideia 69, Pelham 54

Frank Jackson’s 29 points lifted Paideia past Pelham into the Final Four. Paideia had two other players in double-figures, including Triston Mitchell (16 points) and CJ Harper (10 points. For Pelham, Nathan Hurst had 11 points (nine points from deep) and Michael Battle had 11. Paideia will rematch its region foe Mount Pisgah in the semifinals.

Girls: Athens Christian 57, Lamar County 42

Athens Christian entered the second quarter tied at 12 with Lamar County before holding the Trojans to three points to enter halftime with a 27-15 lead. The Eagles expanded the margin to enjoy a 40-25 lead entering the fourth quarter.

Girls: Rabun County 71, Bryan County 45

Lucy Hood scored 22 points with five rebounds and five assists to lead Rabun County past Bryan. Mili Watts scored 13 points with four steals, Addy Beth Owens added 12 points with three assists and Jacie McCall finished with nine points and four rebounds.

Girls: Galloway 67, Swainsboro 61

Galloway completed the come-from-behind victory to advance to the semifinals after trailing 17-10 entering the second quarter. Tanyia Williams scored 29 points for Swainsboro in the loss. Tianna and Taryn Thompson we crucial for Galloway.

Class A Division II

Boys: Warren County 76, Portal 74

Warren County junior Cosa Pender lifted the Screaming Devils past visiting Portal with a game-winning layup in overtime. Warren County is now two wins away from winning the program’s first-ever state title and will take on Manchester in the semifinals after the Blue Devils took down visiting Calhoun County 61-46.

Boys: Greenforest Christian 87, McIntosh County Academy 62

No. 1 ranked Greenforest Christian picked up its 19th-straight victory carries a flawless record within Class A Division II heading into the semifinals. The Eagles have outscored their three playoff opponents by a combined 43.7 ppg and will take on Macon County in the Final Four. McIntosh County Academy was led by Maurice Quarterman’s game-high 23 points and Brandon Johnson’s 19-point effort. Greenforest had four players notch double-figure scoring with Elijah Lewis (21), Caleb Kawela (13), Daniel Daramola (12) and Russ White (11).

Boys: Macon County 69, Clinch County 53

Clinch County’s longest playoff run since the 2017 season came to the end—despite a 19-point, 10-rebound effort by Jeremy Bell and RJ Golster’s 15 points. Host Macon County trailed 14-9 after the first quarter, but stormed to a 30-24 halftime lead and grew the advantage to 50-39 heading into the final frame.

Girls: Clinch County 65, Chattahoochee County 57

Clinch completed a come-from-behind victory to advance past Chattahoochee County and into the semifinals against Montgomery County. Amariah Dean led with 18 points and 15 rebounds while Tyana Dorsey had 17 points and 21 rebounds. Clinch will face Montgomery County 1 p.m. Friday at Fort Valley State in the semifinals.

Girls: Montgomery County 69, Christian Heritage 54

Marley Bell led Montgomery County with 35 points while Amire Banks scored 17 points, advancing the Eagles to the semifinals. Montgomery will play against Clinch County at 1 p.m. Friday at Fort Valley State.

Girls: Greenforest 57, Wilcox County 42

Top-ranked Greenforest pieced together a 15-2 run in the fourth quarter to put the game out of reach against Wilcox County. The Eagles led 16-7 after the first quarter and 30-24 at the half but Wilcox climbed back into the game to trail 42-40 entering the fourth quarter. Greenforest will play Taylor County in the semifinals at 5 p.m. Friday at Fort Valley State.

Girls: Taylor County 64, Seminole County 38

Taylor County led 18-7 after the first quarter and 51-31 entering the fourth quarter in a romp of Seminole County. Taylor County will play top ranked Greenforest in the semifinals at 5 p.m. Friday at Fort Valley State.

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