Ola 9-9, Northgate 5-6: An exhausting day, especially for Ola, ended with the Mustangs as champs. They won four games — 2-0 over Pope and 2-1 over Houston County before beating Northgate twice. Game 2 of the championship series went nine innings before being decided by a Jessica Couch three-run homer in the top of the ninth.
Northwest Whitfield 4-11, Heritage-Catoosa 6-6: Northwest Whitfield led 4-1 in the first game of the championship series, but lost it and was pushed to a second game. The Bruins scored three runs in the fifth and four in the sixth. Jamison Payne, Colbie Thomas and Macy Weeks each had two hits for Northwest Whitfield. Payne reached base four times and scored four runs.
Calhoun 7, Harlem 0: Harlem fought its way to the championship with a pair of victories, but it ran into a buzzsaw in the form of Calhoun's Alyssa Shawgo. The senior pitcher allowed only a single hit over seven innings as the Yellow Jackets handled Harlem. Ryan Brzozoski provided more than enough offense for the Yellow Jackets, going 4-for-4 with a triple and three runs scored.
Gordon Lee 3-2, Georgia Military 1-1: Gordon Lee won three games in a single day to cap off its run to the public-school championship. After trouncing Seminole County 7-0, the Trojans earned a pair of victories over Georgia Military. Emily Armour went all seven innings in the deciding game for Gordon Lee while striking out eight and allowing only three hits and one run.
Eagle's Landing Christian 3, Prince Avenue Christian 1: In Class A-Private, Eagle's Landing Christian sent Prince Avenue Christian to its second consecutive runner-up finish. The Chargers raced to a 3-0 lead through three innings on the way to their first state championship since 2009. Prince Avenue Christian answered in the top of the fourth with a home run by Jordyn Smith, but the Wolverines could get no closer.