Class AAAAA girls: Mays 56, Dutchtown 38

Mays 56, Dutchtown 38: No. 1 seed Mays put together a 30-19 scoring advantage in the second half to close out third-seeded Dutchtown. Kennya Simms led Mays with 19 points and teammates Kamiyah Street (11) and Harlyn Wyatt (10) also reached double-figures. who scored 11 points.  Janessa Murphy, Tiara Scott, and Kamera Harris each scored 10 points for Dutchtown.

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