By Prep Sports Report Staff | February 23, 2023

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Boy’s basketball playoff final scores


Class 5A

Bradwell Institute 65, Jones County 48


Class 4A

Benedictine 65, Trinity Christian 47

Fayette County 98, New Hampstead 73


Class 3A

Johnson 107, Hephzibah 45

Harlem 57, Beach 56

Cross Creek 87, Groves 63


Class 2A

Windsor Forest 72, Thomson 68


Class A Division 1

Woodville-Tompkins 60, Lamar County 33

Savannah High 76, Crawford County 43

Heard County 70, Bryan County 56



Class AA first round

Unity Christian 73, Habersham School 62



Class AA first round

Andrew Jackson 73, Bethesda 52


Girl’s playoff final scores


Class 7A

Pebblebrook 67, Richmond Hill 47


Class 6A 

Lee County 44, South Effingham 30


Class 5A

Bradwell 64, Eagle’s Landing 41


Class 4A 

Fayette County 56, Islands 41


Class 3A

Calvary Day 65, Salem 27

Liberty County 64, Hephzibah 48

Cross Creek 60. Savannah Country Day 55


Class 1A Div. 1

Woodville-Tompkins 63, Crawford Co. 38

Temple 55, Bryan County 50

Lamar County 56, Savannah High 40



Class A first round

St. George Episcopal 50, Memorial Day 11



Class AA first round

Central Christian 70, Habersham School 38


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