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Today, we  give you our biggest playoff roundup of the year with recaps from 45 of this weekend's games. Each classification narrowed its field down to the Elite 8 this weekend and we have the pairings in the left panel. You can track all the results live the rest of the postseason on the scoreboard at, the scoreboard on and the Score Atlanta High School Scoring APP. To get the APP, search ga hs scores in the Apple or Android stores.


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ML King spoiled McIntosh's bid for a 30th straight victory on Saturday.




Monday, Feb 23

(Second Round)

Class AAA

R3 #3 Washington County at R6 #1 Calhoun

Class AA

R7 #3 Darlington at R1 #1 Pelham

Tuesday, Feb 24



R3 #1 Westlake at R7 #1 Norcross (Wednesday)

R4 #1 Osborne at R8 #1 Parkview

R7 #2 Mountain View at R4 #2 McEachern

R4 #3 Harrison at R8 #2 Archer

Class AAAAA                      

R6 #3 Stephenson at R7 #1 Sequoyah

R8 #1 Salem vs. R4 #1 Forest Park

R8 #3 Gainesville at R6 #1 Mays

R4 #3 Dutchtown at R8 #2 Loganville

Class AAAA             

R5 #2 Fayette County vs. R1 #2 Monroe

R6 #2 St. Pius at R8 #1 Buford

R6 #1 Marist at R2 #1 Veterans

R5 #1 Carrollton vs. R1 #1 Americus-Sumter

Class AAA               

R3 #1 Laney vs. R7 #1 Dawson County

R2 #2 Kendrick at R4 #1 Decatur

R7 #2 East Hall vs. R3 #3 Washington County/R6 #1 Calhoun

R5 #1 Central-Carroll vs. R1 #1 Beach

Class AA                  

R6 #3 Lovett at R7 #1 Model

R1 #3 Brooks County at R6 #2 Wesleyan

R6 #1 Holy Innocents' at R2 #1 Vidalia

R5 #1 Manchester vs. R7 #3 Darlington/R1 #1 Pelham

Class A-Private

#8 Mt. Paran at #1 St. Francis

#5 Stratford Academy at #4 Tattnall Square

#6 Calvary Day at #3 Savannah Country Day

#7 Eagle's Landing Christian at #2 Southwest Atlanta Christian

Class A-Public

#8 Treutlen at #1 Taylor County

#12 Terrell County at #4 Commerce

#11 Randolph-Clay at #3 Mitchell County

#7 Dooly County at #2 Turner County



Wednesday, Feb. 25



R3 #1 Pebblebrook at R7 #1 Norcross

R6 #2 Alpharetta at R8 #1 Shiloh

R4 #2 Hillgrove at R2 #1 Tucker

R2 #4 Newton at R5 #1 Wheeler

Class AAAAA                      

R2 #3 Jones County at R3 #1 Brunswick

R6 #2 M.L. King at R8 #1 Cedar Shoals

R6 #1 Miller Grove at R2 #1 Warner Robins

R1 #1 LaGrange at R5 #1 Allatoona

Class AAAA             

R1 #2 Americus-Sumter at R3 #1 Liberty County

R4 #1 Jonesboro vs. R8 #1 Johnson-Gainesville

R1 #4 Cairo at R6 #1 Lithonia

R2 #4 Upson-Lee at R5 #1 Carrollton

Class AAA               

R3 #1 Laney at R7 #1 East Hall

R4 #1 South Atlanta vs. R8 #1 Morgan County

R4 #2 Cedar Grove at R2 #1 Rutland

R5 #1 Callaway at R1 #1 Jenkins

Class AA                  

R3 #1 Swainsboro vs. R7 #1 Model

R1 #3 Thomasville at R4 #1 Crawford County

R7 #2 Coosa at R6 #1 Pace Academy

R5 #1 Manchester vs. R1 #1 Seminole County

Class A-Private

#9 Aquinas at #1 St. Francis

#5 North Cobb Christian at #4 Whitefield Academy

#6 Landmark Christian at #3 Athens Christian

#7 Stratford Academy at #2 Greenforest Christian

Class A-Public

#9 Dooly County at #1 Calhoun County

#5 Turner County at #4 Treutlen

#6 Wilkinson County at #3 Hancock Central

#7 Portal at #2 Greenville


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Monday, February 23, 2015

By Kyle Sandy, Craig Sager II & Seth Ellerbee
Road-tested M.L. King stuns McIntosh

As they have all season long, ML King (24-5) yet again faced adversity and yet again overcame its trials and tribulations. The No. 2 seeded Lions were on the road facing No. 1 McIntosh (29-1) which stood as the only undefeated team left in Class AAAAA. ML King rallied from a 52-37 deficit with a minute left in the third quarter and shocked the Chiefs with a 66-65 victory.


The Lions, whose gym burned down before the season started, had not played a home game all season.

Photo by Ty Freeman
The coaching staff has deemed the bunch the "Road Warriors", having to play at opposing teams' gyms twice a year. Entering the postseason, the experience of having the crowd against them the entire season, has given the Lions an edge against opposing teams.



With that said, McIntosh still got off to a hot start. The Chiefs led 20-13 after the opening quarter and had its offense running smoothly with Will Washington and Jordan Lyons pacing the attack. Lyons would finish with 22 points on the night. MLK managed to surge back in the second quarter and held a 31-28 lead at the half. The momentum built up from a big second quarter was soon erased however as the Chiefs regained control in the third quarter with a 24-8 scoring advantage. A game-changing play took place near the end of the quarter when Will Washington, who was controlling the game with his passing, took a hard fall. Washington went up to lay the ball in, but Andre Brooks of ML King pinned the shot on the backboard. Washington tried to cushion his fall but ended up breaking his wrist after coming down hard and his night was done.


With McIntosh's floor general out of the game, Coach Tony Brinson decided to switch up the defense. The Lions moved from a 2-3 Zone to a 2-2-1 Zone to a Man defense and began to trap Lyons every time he touched the ball. With Washington hurt, the ball handling duties shifted over to Lyons' hands. Brinson's Lions forced the ball out of his hands as MLK gambled on letting others beat them. Braxton Shaw canned four 3-pointers and Chase Walter scored 13 points all on dunks and free-throws, but the rest of the Chiefs struggled to shoulder the load.


Juquan Jones scored a game-high 35 points for the Lions and fueled the comeback as ML King outscored the Chiefs 27 to 12 in the final frame. Jordan Lyons connected on two late free throws to give the Chiefs a 65-64 lead, but Jones would answer, streaking to the basket and getting fouled with 6.1 seconds remaining. Jones calmly sank both free throws and ML King was able to hold on for the thrilling victory. Jones banged home five 3-pointers in the win and Jordan Martin added 15 points to help lift the Lions to the Elite Eight.




Norcross 102, Lowndes 59: No. 1 seed Norcross took a 38-24 lead over second-seeded Lowndes into halftime

Photo by Ty Freeman
and exploded for 37 of its 64 second-half points in the third quarter. Norcross sophomore Zach Cooks netted 11 points in the third and finished with 17. Tim Cameron led the Blue Devils with a team-high 19 points and Rayshaun Hammonds (14), Octavious Gage (14) and Ricky Madison (11) finished in double-figures.



Newton 58, Dacula 54: The No. 4 seeded Newton Rams (22-8) proved that their win over Tift County was no fluke. Donovan Grubb scored 12 points and Jaquan Simms netted 11 as the Rams prevailed on the road over No. 2 Dacula (20-9). Keshawn Gibbs poured in a game-high 21 points including 11/11 from the line and Derek St. Hilaire added 17 in the Falcon loss.


Pebblebrook 78, Pope 59: After trailing by five points at the half, the No. 1 seeded Falcons (25-5) blew past No. 2 Pope (24-6) at home, outscoring the Greyhounds 45-21 in the second half. Clemson-signee Ty Hudson scored a team-high 26 while Trhae Mitchell added 16 to help Pebblebrook advance to the Elite Eight.


Hillgrove 73, Lambert 59: The No. 2 seeded Hawks (23-5) knocked off a short-handed No. 1 Lambert (24-6) on the road. Collin Sexton led Hillgrove with 20 points while Jourdan Julian pitched in 17. Antonio Wade added 13 and Brandon Schick scored 11. The Longhorns received a game-high 22 points from Connor Mannion. Patrick Noble netted 11 in the loss.


Shiloh 55, Rockdale County 45: No. 1 seed Shiloh

Photo by Ty Freeman

had three players in double figures in the win against No. 2 seed Rockdale County. Shiloh took advantage in the third quarter, outscoring Rockdale 18-11 as Josh Okogie led the way with 17 points, Dejon Waters scored 13 points and Cedric Guillaume added 11 points. Rockdale County was paced by Jalen Jordan with 21 points, Dwayne Brown added 13 points and Connor Ferrell scored seven.


Tucker 55, Archer 32: No 1 seed Tucker outscored No 3 seed Archer 29-16 in the second half to advance. Tucker was led by Bryce Brown with 22 points and five rebounds, Avinde Russell added 10 points and seven rebounds and Adondis Green scored eight points with seven rebounds. Archer's Kwei Larty had 12 points and Darrion Taylor finished with nine.




Miller Grove 50, Statesboro 42: No. 1 Miller Grove

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took a 25-16 lead into the half before No. 2 seed Statesboro outscored the Wolverines 13-9 n the third quarter and cut the deficit to 34-29. Statesboro continued chipping away but Miller Grove's Alterique Gilbert (8) and Raylon Richard (6) combined for 14 of the team's 16 fourth quarter points and iced the game. Gilbert finished with a team-high 16 points and Richard finished with 14.


LaGrange 65, Heritage-Conyers 52: The No. 1 seeded Grangers (22-7) advanced to the Elite Eight after outscoring the visiting No. 2 seeded Patriots (20-11) 28-13 in the final quarter. Rico Smith led the way for the Grangers scoring 21 points. Laperion Perry added 17 and Danterrius Bray chipped in 12 in the win.


Warner Robins 79, Apalachee 60: Nate Curtis and Marquez Callaway powered the No. 1 Demons (23-4) into the Elite Eight. Warner Robins' used its height to harass Kamar Baldwin and the rest of the visiting Wildcats. The Demons scored 19 points off offensive rebounds in the first half. Curtis scored 21 points and Callaway finished with 18 to lead the Demons. The Wildcats (20-9) received a game-high 22 from Alantae Billings. Baldwin, who was held to two points in the first half, finished with 19 on the night and nine rebounds in the loss.


Class AAAA


Johnson-Gainesville 75, West Laurens 60: Undefeated No. 1 seeded Johnson (29-0) behind Ty Cockfield and Rod English's 57 combined points were able to thwart No. 2 West Laurens (22-8). Cockfield produced a double-double scoring 33 points while grabbing 14 rebounds. English followed suite by pouring in 24 points and snatching 10 rebounds of his own as the Knights advance to the Elite Eight.


Lithonia 81, Mt. Zion-Jonesboro 60: No. 1 seed Lithonia makes its first trip to the Elite 8 since 2004 with a win against

Photo by Ty Freeman

 No. 2 seed Mt. Zion . Lithonia was led by Kesean Warren with 27 points. Teammate Tyheem Freeman finished with 16 points, seven assists and seven rebounds and Rodney Chapman added 11 points, seven assists and six rebounds. Lithonia led 42-21 at halftime. Mt. Zion was paced by Paul Miller with 27 points.


Class AAA


Cedar Grove 52, Calhoun 42: Visiting Cedar Grove took a 24-19 halftime lead over No. 1 seed Calhoun and kept pace while extending the lead to 35-29 entering the fourth quarter. Syracuse football signee Christopher Frederick led Cedar Grove with a game-high 19 points.


Callaway 58, Blessed Trinity 56: The No. 3 Titans (24-6) missed a corner three at the buzzer and fell on the road to the No. 1 seeded Cavaliers (20-4). Jackson Svete scored a game-high 25 points for Blessed Trinity. Braylon Sanders and Dre Martin led Callaway scoring 23 and 15 points, respectively.


South Atlanta 103, Central-Carroll 38: No. 1 seed South Atlanta found scoring from all 15 players in the win against the No. 3 seed. South Atlanta's Orlando Bebee led the way with 21 points. Bebee was helped by Artavious Banks's 12 points, Tyreek Baisden with 11 points and Dexter Swift had 10, Devontae Dean led in assists with nine. Central-Carroll found scoring from Jarrod Jackson with 10 points and Emmanuel Bullock added eight.


Class AA


Crawford County 88, Greater Atlanta Christian 81 (OT): Two-time defending champion Greater Atlanta Christian was held scoreless the final 1:31 of regulation and No. 1 seed Crawford County got a game-tying layup from William Jarrell with 26 seconds left that forced overtime at 71-71. Crawford County dominated the overtime, outscoring the Spartans 17-10 and advancing to the Elite 8. Jarrell finished with a game-high 28 points and Marcal Knolton netted 17. Crawford County also got double-figure scoring from Monkeize Moore (13), Quay Wiggins (13) and Jeremy Raines (11). Garrett Covington led GAC with 22 points.


Pace Academy 82, Lamar County 51: Top-ranked Pace Academy took a 34-21 halftime lead over No. 2 seed Lamar County. Wendell Carter flirted with a triple-double and finished with 27 points, 12 rebounds and eight blocks to lead the Knights. Senior teammate Elijah Holifield finished with 14 points and 10 boards.


Thomasville 72, Greene County 54: Jordan Willis helped lift the No. 3 seeded Bulldogs (22-8) on the road over No. 1 Greene County (23-6). Willis scored a game 20 points while Jay Bowdry added 16. Shedric Cooper also netted 14 in the win.


Class A-Private


St. Francis 103, Lakeview Academy 59: No. 1 St. Francis jumped to a 55-24 halftime lead and exploded for 37 points in the third quarter to take a 92-43 lead into a shorted fourth quarter. Malik Beasley led the Knights with a game-high 32 points while teammates Kobi Simmons (27), Kaiser Gates (17) and Chance Anderson (11) helped fuel the scoring outburst. Lakeview Academy junior Tae Turner finished with 22 points.


Landmark Christian 83, St. Anne Pacelli 75: Landmark Christian took advantage of a 30-20 run in the final quarter to put away the game. Landmark Christian found scoring from Zach Allen and Daniel Sharitz, both with 23 points.


Class A-Public


Greenforest 103, Southwest Atlanta 31: No. 2 seed Greenforest had five players in double figures in the win against No. 15 seed Southwest Atlanta Christian . Greenforest led 59-16 at halftime as John Ogwuche led the way with 25 points. He was helped by Justin Ravenel (19), Justin Forrest (17), Precious Ayah (10) and Faisal Abdulmalik (10). Southwest Atlanta was paced by De'Andre Ballard with 10 points.


By Craig Sager II, Kyle Sandy & Seth Ellerbee
Archer holds off Tift County in OT 44-42

Archer trailed No. 1 seed Tift County 44-42 with 6.1 seconds left before Georgia State-signee Madison Newby hit a pair of must-have free-throws to force overtime. In the extra period, second-seeded Archer used four free-throws and a Tatiana Wayne baseline layup to outscore the Blue Devils 6-4 and hold on for a 50-48 victory.

The 200-mile, one-way trip south to Tift County was neck-and-neck from start to finish. The teams were tied

Photo by Ty Freeman

10-10 after the first quarter and No. 2 seeded Archer took a 21-20 edge at the half before a 12-12 scoring margin in the third quarter kept the Tigers' lead at one entering the fourth (33-32).


Tift County senior Moneisha Goldsborough led the Blue Devils in scoring with 16 points and the aggressive guard play resulted in 25 trips to the foul line. However, Blue Devils would struggle in that department and connect on just 11-of-25 attempts from the charity stripe (44 percent).


"Tift County is a very scrappy team," admitted Archer head coach Ryan Lesniak. "They are a guard heavy team and kept coming after us."


Archer used its offensive balance to fuel the victory as Amber Skidgel worked the perimeter with five made three-pointers for a team-high 15 points. Madison Newby finished with nine points and five assists and her younger sister Autumn Newby worked the paint with nine points and 12 boards, while 6-foot-3 sophomore center Linsey Marchese added 10 points.




Parkview 61, Colquitt County 25: Top-seeded Parkview opened up a 25-3 lead over third-seeded Colquitt County at the end of the opening quarter. The Panthers' lead grew to 40-9 at the half before ballooning to 59-16 entering a shortened fourth quarter. Parkview's Makenna Pouengue netted a game-high 15 points and teammate Vicki Harris finished with 14.


McEachern 56, South Forsyth 47: Tennessee-signee Te'a Cooper got No. 2 seed McEachern off to a fast start with

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10 of the team's 17 first quarter points as the defending champion Indians built a 17-9 lead over No. 1 seed South Forsyth. Cooper continued dominating the game and finished with a game-high 29 points while adding 10 rebounds, seven assists and five steals. McEachern Freshman Chanel Wilson added seven points.


Norcross 43, Valdosta 33: No. 1 seed Norcross trailed visiting second-seeded Valdosta 11-6 after the first quarter but outscored the Wildcats 13-4 in the second quarter to gain a 19-15 halftime lead. Junior guard Vashnie Perry led Norcross with a game-high 10 points and teammates Allison Johnson and Tylia Gillespie finished with eight points apiece. Johnson also corralled a team-high 10 rebounds. Valdosta's Tiaera Phillips netted a team-high eight points. 


Westlake 62, Woodstock 47: A sluggish third quarter doomed the visiting No. 2 Wolverines (27-2) as No. 1 Westlake (28-2) outscored Woodstock 35-16 in the second half. Lia Thomas scored 15 and Anriel Howard finished with 13 for the Lions. The Wolverines received 17 points from Kennedy Montgomery and 12 from Devyn Lowe in the loss.




Sequoyah 50, Grovetown 34: Kelley and Lauren Hartman helped lift No. 1 Sequoyah (27-3) to another victory at home over visiting No. 3 Grovetown (22-6). Kelley scored 14 while Lauren added 12 to lead the Lady Chiefs in scoring. Alyssa Cagle chipped in 10 while Peyton Satterfield netted eight.


Stephenson 80, Brunswick 70: Third-seeded Stephenson (25-5) exploded for 48 first half points and handed top-ranked Brunswick (28-1) its first loss of the season. Davion Wingate paced Stephenson with a game-high 28 points and senior teammate Chloe Culpeper reached double-figures with 10.  


Class AAAA

St. Pius 65, Jonesboro 50: No. 1 ranked Jonesboro opened the game on a 14-0 run before St. Pius superstar Asia Durr took over and scored the Golden Lions' first 17 points. Durr netted 20 of St. Pius' 25 points at the half as Jonesboro clung to a 27-25 lead. In the third quarter, St. Pius gained complete control, outscoring the Cardinals 23-10 while taking a 48-37 lead. Durr, who scored 52 points in the first round, finished with a game-high 44 points. St. Pius teammate Miah Allen hit three 3-pointers and finished with 11 points. Jonesboro was led in scoring by Victoria Sutton (11) and Mohogany Hall (10).


Carrollton 70, Mt. Zion-Jonesboro 45: No. 1 seeded Carrollton led visiting Mt. Zion-Jonesboro 18-13 after the first quarter before outscoring the third-seeded Bulldogs 17-2 in the second quarter and gaining a 35-15 halftime lead. Alecia North led Carrollton with 20 points and three others finished in double-figures. Jasmine Gamble finished with 12 points and Erial Daniel and Malariah Ranson finished with 11 and 10, respectively.

Fayette County 61, Henry County 53: No. 2 seed Fayette County got a huge game from Kayla Smith in the win against No. 4 seed Henry County. Smith had seven rebounds, five steals and scored 36 points on 14-of-28 shooting and went 8-from-10 from the free-throw line. Smith was helped by Whitney Williams with 11 points and seven rebounds. Henry County was paced by Camreen Whitehorn and Ariel Joyner, each with 11 points, Brooke Moore added 10.


Marist 59, Griffin 45: No. 1 seed Marist had four players in double figures in the win against No. 2 seed Griffin. Dominique Oden led the way scoring 19 points, Elizabeth Quirk added 15 points, Annabella Farabaugh had 11 and Ansley Gross put in 10. Marist opened the game with an 18-7 run and continued to apply pressure to put it away. Griffin received a strong night from Shacoria Jones with 10 points and Tyleslie Johnson and Nia Flowers, both with eight.


Dutchtown 52, Miller Grove 41: The No. 3 Bulldogs (17-13) managed to hold off a scrappy No. 4 Miller Grove (15-12) behind team captains Tiara Scott and Janessa Murphy. Scott poured in 18 while Murphy added 17. The Wolverines received a team-high 12 points from Imani Richardson and Chrystal Ezechukwu pitched in 10 in the defeat.


Class AAA


Central-Carroll 46, Hephzibah 44: No. 1 seeded Central-Carroll rallied past second-seeded Hephzibah with a 20-12 scoring advantage in the fourth quarter. With the game tied at 44, Central-Carroll's Elizabeth Minick missed a jumper with seconds left but Brianna Cousin was there to gather the rebound and beat the buzzer for the game-winning putback. Cousin finished with a game-high 21 points and 14 rebounds. Shashana Miller and Daeundra Jordan led Hephzibah in scoring with 15 and 13 points, respectively.


Dawson County 71, Dodge County 40: Dawson County took advantage of a 22-12 opening quarter and stretched it to 41-28 at half. Sheyenne Seabolt and Ashley Parker each at had 18 points for Dawson while Payton Porter, Karlie Bearden, Katelynn Simpson and Haley Burgess all scored eight. 


Class AA


Wesleyan 79, Putnam County 46: The No. 2 seeded Wolves (22-7) visited No. 1 Putnam County (23-6) and had little trouble with the Eagles as Nikki McDonald exploded for 29 points and 16 rebounds to lead Wesleyan. Cairo Booker stuffed the stat sheet with 14 points, seven rebounds, and eight assists in the win.


Holy Innocents' 68, Bleckley County 20: No. 1 seeded Holy Innocents' (29-0) remained undefeated as the Golden Bears handled visiting No. 2 Bleckley County (13-12). Kaila Hubbard led all scorers with a game-high 13 points as Holy Innocents' advances to the Class AA Elite Eight.


Lovett 75, Metter 37: Te'Erica Eason put on a show recording a triple-double as the No. 3 seeded Lovett Lions (20-8) went on the road and dropped No. 1 Metter (21-8) from the playoff picture. Eason scored 37 points, grabbed 13 rebounds, and recorded 11 steals en route to her triple-double. Jenna Brown also had a big game scoring 24 points. 


Vidalia 63, Armuchee 60: The No. 1 Lady Indians (25-4) advanced to the Elite Eight after a thrilling victory at home win over over No. 2 Armuchee (20-8). A Chynna Hodge three-pointer with 6.5 seconds left gave Vidalia the lead for good. Hodge finished with 19 points while Trinity Hamm added 11. Chambria Harrison chipped in nine in the win. Armuchee was led by Claire Tibbetts' game-high 22.


Class A-Private

Mount Paran 79, Paideia 76 (3OT): No. 8 seed Mount Paran outlasted No. 9 seed Paideia in a triple-overtime thriller. Paideia held a two-point lead with 4.5 seconds left in the second overtime when Mount Paran fed the ball to Caroline Etheridge, who converted a short basket to ensure a third overtime. Paran was led by Bree Brown with 34 points and 13 rebounds, Que Morrison with 21 points and 11 assists and Etheridge with 12 points and 22 rebounds. Mount Paran outscored Paideia 10-7 in the third overtime to put away the game. Paideia's Ellery Koelker-Wolfe had 26 points, Jordan Battle scored 19 points and Shivani Beall added 13.


St. Francis 57, Mount Pisgah 30: No. 1 seed St. Francis had three players in double figures in the win against No. 16 seed Mount Pisgah. Kasiyhana Kushkituah led the way for St. Francis, scoring 22 points and grabbing 12 rebounds. She was helped by Mya Dodson with 14 points, Taja Cummings added 13. St. Francis led 26-13 at the half. Pigsah was led Paige Peterson's 12 points.

Southwest Atlanta Christian 49, George Walton Academy 25: Defending Class A-Private state champion and No. 2 seed Southwest Atlanta Christian trailed 15th-seeded George Walton Academy 7-5 after the first quarter before taking control. The Warriors used a 15-6 scoring advantage in the second quarter to take a 20-13 halftime lead and a 12-6 run in the third quarter built the lead to 32-19. Nicole Martin (12) and Tiamya Butler (11) reached double-figures for Southwest Atlanta Christian and George Walton Academy's Zalandria Hill and Sophie Chapar finished with 12 and 10 points, respectively. 


Tattnall Square 69, Pinecrest 54: No. 4 seed Tattnall mounted a third-quarter charge against No. 12 seed Pinecrest Academy for the upset. The score at half was 30-26 in Tattnall's favor until Pinecrest Academy tied the game with three minutes left in the third quarter. Tattnall mounted an 8-1 run to close the quarter. Tattnall was paced by Kendra Green with 25 points, 18 in the second half. Pinecrest found scoring from Margaret Metz with 16 points. In the final quarter Tattnall utilized post play from Green to pull away and put away the game. 


Eagle's Landing Christian 58, Fellowship Christian 45: No. 7 seed Eagle's Landing held a four point lead at half and put together a 16-9 run in the final quarter to put away the game against No. 10 seed Fellowship Christian. Eagle's Landing got double digit scoring from three players, Peyton Lewis (20), Sydney Spencer (16) and Abigail Rogers (10). Kelsey Royalty paced Fellowship with 19 points and Cameron Swartz added nine.






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