GHSA basketball quarterfinal scores


MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – Here are the scores from the GHSA’s quarterfinal matchups involving middle Georgia teams:

AAA at Augusta University
South Atlanta 92, Central-Macon 79

AA at Georgia College and State University
Monticello 79, Dublin 67
Crawford County (24-3) vs. Holy Innocents Episcopal (20-9) Friday at 8

A Public at Valdosta State
Treutlen 62, Hawkinsville 55
Wilkinson County 78, Lincoln County 39 (Warriors meet Treutlen in semifinals Saturday)
Hancock Central (22-6) vs. Taylor County (21-7) Friday at 8:15

A Private at Kennesaw State
Greenforest 78, Tattnall Square 48
Stratford 67, North Cobb Christian 57 (Eagles meet Greenforest in semifinals Saturday)


AAAA at Fort Valley State
Veterans 54, Carrollton 48 (Lady Warhawks meet Wayne County in semifinals Saturday)

AAA at Augusta University
Johnson 46, Peach County 43

A Public at Valdosta State
Turner County 56, Telfair County 42
Wheeler County 53, Treutlen 50 (Lady Bulldogs face Turner County in semifinals Saturday)
Taylor County (26-2) vs. Greenville (19-8) Friday at 3

A Private at Kennesaw State
Tattnall Square (25-2) vs. Greenforest (25-0) Friday at 3

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