AuMauri Tillman scored a tournament best 36 points to help Westside win its second straight state championship.
Kell's Crystal Henderson turned in a championship performance in helping her team win the Class 5A title.
Here's the GPB's exclusive All-State team and Players of the Year.
St. Francis, Brookwood girls, King's Ridge, Brookwood boys finish championship week with state titles.
Three teams won their first state championship on Day 3, while Hebron Christian added to its haul.
Clinch County, Griffin girls, Wilkinson County, Pace Academy boys earn championships on the first day of the GHSA basketball tournament.
No. 1 Wheeler will need to beat Cherokee for the fourth time this season in order to add to its championship collection.
It will be an all-Gwinnett showdown between defending champion Norcross and No. 1-ranked Brookwood.
The Alexander boys are after the school's first title, while Lee County seeks its first championship since 1965.
No. 1 River Ridge is out to dethrone defending champion Lovejoy, the No. 2-ranked team, and win its first state championship.
No. 1 Kell plays No. 2 Eagle's Landing -- the two top boys teams in the state all season -- for the championship.
No. 1 Warner Robins meets No. 2 Kell in a contest between the two teams who have dominated the classification this season.
The Fayette County boys chase that elusive first state championship against mighty Pace Academy.
Baldwin and Griffin play for the fourth time to determine who comes away with the big trophy.
Region rivals Cedar Grove and Sandy Creek, who played for the football championship in the fall, meet for state basketball title.
The Lumpkin County girls will defend their state title against Hebron Christian, the only unbeaten team left in Georgia.
The Providence Christian boys will try to wrestle the state title away from reigning champion Westside.
First-time finalist Banks County ready to challenge reigning state champion Mount Paran.
Region 6 rivals King's Ridge and Mount Pisgah play again with a state title on the line.
It will be No. 1 St. Francis vs. No. 2 Galloway, two teams from the same region, squaring off with a title on the line.