East Laurens will meet Lovett on the other side. East Laurens is really, really good. They obliterated a fine Long County team 79-53 to get to the semifinals, and Lovett handled Coosa 58-51 for the Final Four berth. Lovett came on strong after a potentially disastrous 2-5 start overall and a 1-5 start in the region, and now hopes to ride Andre Hicks and Alex Elam into the final game, as the football team did back in December.
The Wesleyan girls are on pace to cement their dynasty in Class 2A, as they will go for their fourth title in the last five seasons. The team handled Buford by a double-digit margin in the quarters, which is something they did to the other Wolves three times during the regular season. Savannah Christian took down Josey on Friday, as Meredith Stevens, Adrienne DeFilippis and Alyson Faircloth shot the Lady Eagles out of the gym. If they can stay hot, they'll at least have a chance to knock off Wesleyan.
Randolph-Clay advanced over Laney to face No. 4 seed Paideia, which is enjoying an unlikely run that unfortunately might be stopped in its tracks against the formidable Lady Red Devils. Randolph-Clay's girls hardly ever allow an opponent to get to 50 points.