GPB Sports Staff
It was a day of streaks coming to an end on Saturday, the final day of the Georgia High School Association basketball championships at the Macon Coliseum. The Marietta girls won a title for the first time in 70 years, while the Calhoun County girls and Towns County boys brought home a trophy for the first time. The Milton boys are wearing the crown for the first time since 2012 and the adaptive division saw Gwinnett end Houston County’s eight-year domination.
Pace Academy successfully defended its Class 2A championship on Thursday, one of four titles decided at the GHSA playoffs in Macon.
Friday was another lively one at the Georgia High School Association basketball championships in Macon. Two teams found their way back in the winner’s circle. The Westlake girls won their fourth straight title and the Wheeler boys won their second in a row. Cross Creek became the only team to come back from the Macon Coliseum with a boys and girls championship, the first for each program.
Two games went down to the wire and another required overtime on the first day of the Georgia High School Basketball championships in Macon.
The Georgia High School basketball championships will be conducted this week at the Macon Centreplex. Here is a look at the 16 girls teams who will play for the title.