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Final 48: Final day scores from the state basketball championships

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The Oneonta girls team celebrate winning the Class 4A state championship on Saturday. (abc3340.com) The Oneonta girls team celebrate winning the Class 4A state championship on Saturday. (abc3340.com)
Mountain Brook's Tawarren Grant smiles after knocking down a three-point shot in the Spartans win over Sparkman Saturday night. (abc3340.com) Mountain Brook's Tawarren Grant smiles after knocking down a three-point shot in the Spartans win over Sparkman Saturday night. (abc3340.com)
Ivy Wallen scored 19 points in Lauderdale County's 59-41 rout of Holly Pond in the girls 3A title game Saturday. (abc3340.com) Ivy Wallen scored 19 points in Lauderdale County's 59-41 rout of Holly Pond in the girls 3A title game Saturday. (abc3340.com)
The Hoover Bucs won its third straight 6A state championship Saturday night. (abc3340.com) The Hoover Bucs won its third straight 6A state championship Saturday night. (abc3340.com)
Over 10,000 people were estimated to be in attendance at the BJCC to see the Spartans hoist the 6A state championship trophy Saturday night. (abc3340.com) Over 10,000 people were estimated to be in attendance at the BJCC to see the Spartans hoist the 6A state championship trophy Saturday night. (abc3340.com)

The final day of the Final 48 AHSAA state basketball championships at the BJCC tipped off Saturday morning with the Class 3A girls title game.

Lauderdale County took home the state trophy by blowing out Holly Pond 59-41.

Josh Langford helped lead Madison Academy to the 3A boys title as they beat Southside-Selma 54-47. Langford finished the day with 21 points, 19 rebounds and six assists.

The Oneonta girls won the Class 4A state championship with a 53-39 victory over Clarke County. With the win, the Bulldogs ended the season with a 32-4 final record.

Madison County took home the 4A boys title with a 28-25 victory over J.O. Johnson.

The Hoover girls won their third straight 6A title tonight after beating Blount 66-55.

In the final game of the Final 48, the Mountain Brook boys team routed Sparkman 74-53 to claim the 6A state championship. The Spartans' Malek Grant led all scorers with 21 points in the game and he also grabbed 11 rebounds on his way to making the All-Tournament Team.

State Championship Finals, Saturday

Class 3A Girls

Finals: Lauderdale County 59, Holly Pond 41  STATISTICS

Class 3A Boys

Finals: Madison Academy 54, Southside-Selma 47  STATISTICS

Class 4A Girls

Finals: Oneonta 53, Clarke County 39  STATISTICS

Class 4A Boys

Finals: Madison County 28, J.O. Johnson 25 STATISTICS

Class 6A Girls

Finals: Hoover 66, Blount 55 STATISTICS

Class 6A Boys

Finals: Mountain Brook 74, Sparkman 53  STATISTICS 

 

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