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High School basketball champions crowned in Mississippi

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The 2022-2023 high school basketball season has reached an end in Mississippi with 12 teams taking home a state title.

Below is the final score for each classification’s championship game.

Class 1A:

Boys – McEvans 67, McAdams 48. Brandon Hall and Jalen Smith led the way for the Warriors with 18 points a piece.

Girls – Ingomar 53, Biggersville 38. Freshman Daylen Grisham had 20 points, giving the Lady Falcons an edge to take home the title.

Class 2A:

Boys – Coahoma 67, Northside 34. Cam’ron Bell’s 23-point performance was the bright light in the Red Panthers’ title victory.

Girls – Lake 67, Heidelberg 43. Laniesha Palmer’s MVP-earning 32-point performance boosted the Lady Hornets to earn a state title.

Class 3A:

Boys – Booneville 70, Lauderdale 51. The Bearcats were carried by Kedrick Simmons’ performance which included 24 points and 11 rebounds.

Girls – Booneville 58, Forest 33. Sa’niyah Cook led the Lady Bearcats to victory with 20 points and 15 rebounds.

Class 4A:

Boys – Yazoo City 53, Raymond 43. Damarion Winston’s game-high 16 points gave the Indians the boost needed to claim the title.

Girls – Louisville 37, Pontotoc 36. Jacilyn Houston’s 22-point MVP performance was the catalyst in the Lady Wildcats squeaking out a close championship victory.

Class 5A:

Boys – Hattiesburg 55, Picayune 50. Stephen McCullen’s 14 points and two steals paved the way for the Tigers to take home the title.

Girls – West Jones 53, Callaway 31. Jakera Ducksworth had a dominant showing for the Lady Mustangs with 19 points and eight rebounds.

Class 6A:

Boys – Northwest Rankin 66, Brandon 52. Brendan Brown had a game-high 20 points on the way to being named MVP.

Girls – Germantown 64, Tupelo 43. Madison Booker led the way for the Lady Mavericks with 26 points and 12 rebounds.


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