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GISA Region 3-AAA, 3-AA title games moved to today (UPDATES: time, location)

Deerfield and Sherwood postpone their GISA region tournament finals from Friday until today after winter weather prompts the change.

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Monroe boys fall from No. 1 to No. 5 in latest state poll; Westover boys, girls move up (UPDATES: Includes boys, girls polls)

Following its 14-point loss to Westover a week ago, the Georgia Sportswriters Association drops Monroe a staggering four spots in its latest state basketball poll.

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TUESDAY NIGHT PREP HOOPS ROUNDUP: Westover girls win -- bring on Peach County

Friday's Region 1-AAA battle between Peach County and Westover will decide where this year's region tournament is held after the Lady Pats dispense of Cairo on Tuesday.

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Latest Herald Top 5 High School Basketball Poll

The Bainbridge girls remain at No. 1, while the Westover boys move to No. 1 following their win against previously unbeaten Monroe as Terrell County's boys drop from No. 2 to No. 4 and No. 4 Bainbridge moves up to No. 3.

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FRIDAY NIGHT PREP HOOPS ROUNDUP: Herald No. 1 Lady Bearcats avoid upset; Mitchell's Burley scores 29 in return

In a rematch Friday night, TCC nearly upsets Herald No. 1 Bainbridge girls, but Alexis Burke and April Thomas held off the Lady Yellow Jackets to stay perfect in Region 1-AAAA.

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LOCAL COLLEGE HOOPS ROUND: Albany Tech men beat South Georgia Tech, women fall; GSW loses two

Dominque Polite scores 16 to pace the Titans past the Jets on Wednesday night.

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TUESDAY NIGHT PREP HOOPS ROUNDUP: Herald No. 1 Monroe boys move to 20-0 after win vs. Perry; No. 1 Bainbridge girls roll, paced by Burke's 38-point performance

The Herald -- and state --- No. 1 Monroe boys move to 20-0 on Tuesday night with a 59-51 win against Perry.

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Herald Top 5 Prep Basketball Poll -- Week 18

The latest Herald Top 5 High School Basketball Poll is released this week as Terrell County boys jump from No. 4 to No. 2 after beating previously No. 2 Westover, while the red-hot Albany girls break into the poll at No. 4 after winning seven of their last eight games.

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SATURDAY NIGHT PREP ROUNDUP: Herald No. 3 Bearcats nip Cairo; No. 1 girls win, too

Devon Baulkmon, DeVario Thomas and Justin Harris all have big games Saturday night in a 66-59 win against neighboring rival Cairo.

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FRIDAY NIGHT PREP HOOPS ROUNDUP (Web Exclusive): Herald No. 2 Randolph-Clay girls move to 9-0 in Region 1-A, all but lock up title

The Lady Red Devils, paced by Destiny Mitchell, beat rival Seminole County for the second time this season Friday night in Cuthbert.

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Clinton shines as Lady Trojans survive Lady Panthers in Leesburg; Americus-Sumter boys edge Lee

Jessica Clinton takes over in the absence of two Lady Trojans stars as Herald No. 4 Lee County edges Americus-Sumter.

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SCA boys edge Tiftarea, all but lock up first GISA region title in six years

The Eagles have won 12 of their last 14 games after starting the year 1-2 and now sit on the verge of their first Region 3-AA championship in six years.

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FRIDAY NIGHT PREP HOOPS ROUNDUP: Herald No. 2 Westover boys stunned; Pelham girls get rare win vs. rival Seminole

After beating Crisp County by 30 points earlier this year, the Cougars bite back Friday, stunning Herald No. 2 Westover's boys, 68-58.

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Radium Middle caps perfect 11-0 season, wins area championship

Markenon Vangure leads all scorers with 18 points as the Radium Middle School boys basketball team finishes off a perfect season by winning the area junior high title.

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Monroe No. 3 in latest GSWA state poll

Herald No. 1 Monroe jumps six spots from No. 9 to No. 3 in the latest Georgia Sportswriters Association poll released Thursday.

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Herald Top 5 High School Basketball Poll: Week 6 (UPDATED: fixes opponents for Lee County, Monroe girls)

The Monroe girls break into the top 5 while the Bainbridge boys move one spot to No. 3.


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