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How many boys region championships went into overtime in Class AAAAAA on Tueaday? 
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Allatoona 50, Villa Rica 48

Alpharetta 75, Lambert 65 (OT)

Apalachee 64, Salem 57

Berkmar 80, Dacula 77

Chattahoochee 64, Johns Creek 51

Clarke Central 66, Gainesville 42

Columbia 56, Grady 52

Crawford County 71, Macon County 61

Douglas County 81, Newnan 75 (OT)

Gilmer 44, Cass 38

Glenn Hills 51, Richmond Academy 49

Hancock Central 41, Georgia Military 37

Hart County 63, Oconee County 51

Johnson-Gainesville 88, Eastside 67

Jonesboro 72, Eagle's Landing 58

Josey 64, Screven County 45

Lakeview Academy 68, Hebron Christian 56

Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe 54, Murray County 40

Liberty County 79, Butler 68

Lovejoy 70, Rockdale Co. 36

Luella 70, Rockdale 36

Marist 51, Stone Mountain 40

Miller Grove 48, Tucker 41

Milton 60, Etowah 46

Mt. Zion-Jonesboro 57, Whitewater 38

Mundy's Mill 79, McIntosh 77

Norcross 66, Duluth 56

North Gwinnett 60, Peachtree Ridge 55

Northside-Warner Robins 60, Evans 35

Osborne 79, Sprayberry 74

Pebblebrook 63, Campbell 49

Pope 76, Sequoyah 57

River Ridge 67, Dalton 28

Riverdale 69, North Clayton 54

Shiloh 63, Grayson 39

South Cobb 55, Hillgrove 53

St. Pius 67, Woodward Academy 38

Stephenson 66, M.L. King 57

Thomson 81, Jefferson County 61

Walnut Grove 67, Lumpkin County 41

Warner Robins 67, Lakeside-Evans 52

Westlake 78, Tri-Cities 69

Wheeler 78, Walton 76 (OT)





Alcovy 42, Rockdale County 36

Aquinas 65, Lincoln County 61

Archer 63, South Gwinnett 49

Calvary Day 49, Claxton 44

Centennial 71, West Forsyth 68

Central-Carroll 63, Callaway 53

Chestatee 57, Eastside 56

Clarke Central 51, Gainesville 38

Columbia 57, Grady 29

Creekview 57, Kell 34

Cross Creek 45, Burke County 39

Dawson County 65, North Hall 50

Dooly County 53, Brookstone 47

Duluth 59, Mountain View 54

Dutchtown 40, Jonesboro 32

Effingham County 43, Ware County 41

Elbert County 48, North Oconee 44

George Walton Aca. 47, Lakeview Academy 37

Greenbrier 64, Grovetown 57

Hillgrove 74, North Cobb 54

Holy Innocents' 61, Paideia 38

Hughes 57, Newnan 26

Laney 63, Dublin 35

Lassiter 42, Walton 27

McEachern 59, Marietta 39

Monticello 42, Bleckley County 36

Morgan County 47, Franklin County 36

Newton 65, Luella 46

Norcross 47, Mill Creek 29

North Forsyth 49, South Forsyth 45

Northside-Warner Robins 51, Evans 32

Northwest Whitefield 53, Gilmer 40 (OT)

Osborne 54, Sequoyah 47

Parkview 62, C. Gwinnett 27

Putnam County 44, Taylor County 34

Redan 70, Marist 41

Salem 41, Loganville 36

St. Pius 49, Decatur 29

South Effingham 37, Richmond Academy 34

Southwest DeKalb 74, Stephenson 51

Starr's Mill 50, Mt Zion-Jonesboro 41

Stephens County 41, Walnut Grove 36

Thomson 35, Jefferson County 30

Towns Co. 50, Commerce 31

Tucker 49, Mays 42

Wesleyan 55, Greater Atlanta Christian 52

Westlake 68, Douglas Co. 61

Westminster 46, Lovett 40

Woodland-Henry 61, Griffin 35

Woodstock 44, Roswell 37

Woodward Academy 69, Blessed Trinity 64

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Tuesday, February 18, 2014

By Craig Sager II
Thrilling Tuesday crowns 22 region champs



In Class AAAAAA, Wheeler (Region 5), Alpharetta (Region 6) and Douglas County (Region 3) claimed region titles in overtime thrillers. Wheeler used an Avery Patterson

Photo by Jason Mussell

buzzer beater to top rival Walton for the third time this season 78-76. Alpharetta pulled away in overtime and beat Lambert 75-65 and Douglas County took care of Newton 81-75. In Region 2, Luella claimed the region crown with a 40-36 win over Newton. In Region 4, South Cobb pulled off its third straight upset with a 55-53 win over Hillgrove. The Eagles face Pebblebrook for the region championship tonight at 8:30 p.m..


Warner Robins cruised past Northside-Warner Robins for the Region 2 title in Class AAAAA. Mundy's Mill took a 79-77 victory over McIntosh for the Region 4-AAAAA title and Osborne held off Sprayberry 79-74 for the Region 7 title. Region 5-6 and Region 8 will play their championships Wednesday night.


In Class AAAA, there were eight semifinals games and one championship matchup with Johnson-Gainesville and Eastside in Region 8. Johnson-Gainesville clinched a top seed in the state tournament with an 88-67 win.


In Class AAA, Washington County claimed the top seed out of Region 3 with a 48-44 win over Swainsboro. Regions 5-8 also determined their region champs on Tuesday and Cartersville (Region 5), Cedar Grove (Region 6), Buford (Region 7) and Morgan County (Region 8) won their respective region titles. Buford won in a 56-29 blowout over Dawson County and got big contributions from D'Marcus Simonds and Rakim Lubin. Simonds dropped a game-high 20 points and Lubin netted 15.


In Class AA, Laney beat Westside-Augusta 63-45 in the Region 3 title game and Northeast-Macon edged Putnam County in double overtime 83-81 for the Region 4 championship. Kendrick won Region 5 with an 82-80 edge over Manchester and Calhoun topped Model 55-50 for the Region 7 crown.


Treutlen secured the Region 3-A title at home on Tuesday with its 67-62 win over Portal and Dooly County claimed the Region 4-A title at home with a 61-57 win over Hawkinsville. Greenforest Christian used a dominant overtime period to win the Region 5 championship with a 79-66 win over Landmark Christian. Reigning Class A-Public state champion Wilkinson County cruised to an 81-69 win over Aquinas in the Region 7 championship game and Athens Christian topped Athens Academy 80-68 for the Region 8 championship.  

By Stephen Black
Wesleyan beat GAC in clash of AA titans


The game of the night on the girls' side was Class AA No. 3 Wesleyan

Photo by Ty Freeman

edging No. 2 GAC 55-52 in overtime to take the Region 6 title. The Spartans led by 12 in the second quarter but tournament host Wesleyan came back and eventually tied the game on a shot by Nikki McDonald with seconds left to force overtime. McDonald finished with 15 while GAC was led by Brianna Cummings' 31 points and 11 rebounds. Spartans star Syndi Means fouled late in the fourth after scoring 12 points. ... No. 8 Osborne beat Sequoyah 54-47 to win the Region 7-AAAAA championship behind Nikira Goings' 16 points. The host Chiefs were handicapped when sisters Lauren and Kelley Hartman each fouled out. ... Class AAA No.2 Buford thumped North Hall 53-21 to win the Region 7 tournament. Bree Horrocks had 17 and Camille Anderson added 15 for the Wolves. The Wolves trailed early on but opened up a 23-12 lead by half time. ... Pike County won the Region 2-AAAA championship with a 64-54 win over Peach County. Pike scored the final seven points of the game to pull away and seal the game. Shaineequah Fluellyn had 22 points and Nausia Woolfork scored 18 for the Pirates. ... No. 6 South Effingham won the Region 1-AAA championship after a 37-34 victory over Richmond Academy. Shae Leverette led the Yellow Jackets with 14 points and 10 rebounds. 

Centennial to host SEC rivals


An SEC showdown will take place at Centennial High School on Friday, February 21st at 7pm. The University of Georgia will be hosting the University of Alabama under the lights for the South Eastern Lacrosse Conference (SELC) Men's Lacrosse game "under the lights."  


Defending Champions, The University of Georgia, is the pick to repeat in the South Eastern Lacrosse Conference Division I 2014 Preseason Poll. The game will feature many players who have played high school lacrosse across the greater Atlanta area. Tickets are $5 at the gate. Gates open at 6 p.m. Concessions will be available.

Auditions around the corner for Falcons squad



The 2014 Atlanta Falcons Cheerleaders Auditions are April 27 and the first prep class is Feb. 22. For more information, click here.





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