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Union Grove fell Friday night. But who else was eliminated or made it through?

McDONOUGH - The Round of 32 is wrapping up around the state. Here's where you can find the finals from each game tonight and then, look at an updated bracket from the Georgia High School Association which will be located below once it's updated.


Wayne County 58, Union Grove 29

Union Grove's season came to an end in the opening round of the state tournament with a loss on the road against Wayne County.

Luella 72, Upson-Lee 18

The Luella Lady Lions continued their season on with a huge win in Class AAAA over Upson-Lee. The Lady Lions return to action Thursday Feb. 20 at 6 p.m. at home. The Lady Lions will play the winner of the Gilmer/Stephens County game.

McDonough 66, Perry 40

The McDonough Lady Warhawks moved on into Sweet 16 with a convincing win over Perry High School Friday night. The Lady Warhawks will face the winner of the Madison County, NW Whitfield game. If NW Whitfield wins, the Lady Mustangs will travel.

ELCA 70, Aquinas 45

The ELCA Lady Chargers marched into the second round of the state playoffs but will travel to face Calvary Day next week. The Lady Chargers were led by Weronika Hipp's 20 points. Jalisa Dunlap picked up 18 while Keslynn Oxendine chipped in 10.

Lovejoy 52, Richmond Hill 32

The Lovejoy Lady Wildcats' season continues on with a win over Richmond Hill. The Lady Wildcats will face the winner of the Winder-Barrow/Harrison game.

Forest Park 63, Bradwell Institute 27

Forest Park moves onto the Sweet 16 round with a win over Bradwell Institute. Forest Park faces the winner of the Sprayberry/Habersham Central game. If Sprayberry wins, Forest Park travels to face them.

Woodland 60, New Hampstead 11

The Woodland Lady Wolfpack downed New Hampstead to start the state tournament.

Glynn Academy 52, Mount Zion 28

The Mount Zion Lady Bulldogs' road trip ended with a loss on the road to Glynn Academy.


Dutchtown 94, Ware County 49

The Dutchtown Bulldogs' season continued with a walk-off win over Ware County High. The Bulldogs face the winner of the Loganville/Riverwood game. If Riverwood wins, the Bulldogs will travel to Riverwood.

Eagle's Landing 65, New Hampstead 55

Eagle's Landing picked up the win over New Hampstead and punched their ticket to the next round of playoffs. The win should place the program against the winner of the Clarke Central/Jackson-ATL game.

McDonough 65, Howard 49

The McDonough Warhawks marched on to Sweet 16 with a win over Howard. Lay Davis led the team with a double-double effort 15 points and 13 rebounds. Davian Thompson scored 14 with Jay Greene also chipping in 14.

Warner Robins 67, Jonesboro 61

The Jonesboro Cardinals fell to Warner Robins on the road Friday night.

Statesboro 77, Woodland 49

The Woodland Wolfpack dropped their opening round game to Statesboro over the weekend.

West Laurens 70, North Clayton 67

The North Clayton Eagles fell to West Laurens ending their season.

Richmond Hill 65, Morrow 53

Morrow High dropped their opening round game last week ti Richmond Hill on the road.

Bainbridge 36, Riverdale 33

The Raiders opened the state tournament with a loss to Bainbridge.

Brunswick 74, Lovejoy 68

The Lovejoy Wildcats' season came to an end with a loss to Brunswick.

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