Congrats to 2017 GHSA baseball champions

Posted 8/9/17

Schley County celebrates after sweeping Gordon Lee in the Class A Public state championship series.

It was the second title in three seasons for the Wildcats.

 

Four Georgia High School Association member schools won state baseball titles for the first time in 2017, while some familiar faces hoisted championship trophies.

Etowah became the first school in Cherokee County since Canton High in 1948 to win a state title when the Eagles swept past county rival Woodstock in Class 7A.

In Class 3A, North Hall won its first title after sweeping Pierce County. The Trojans played for the state title in 2013 but finished as the state runner-up to Cartersville.

In 2A, Jeff Davis swept Elbert County for its first championship, while in Class A Private, Savannah Christian swept defending state champion Tattnall Square for its first title.

In Class A Public, Schley County swept past Gordon Lee to win its second state title in three years.

In 6A, Pope won its third state championship since 2009 when the Greyhounds swept Lee County.

In 5A, Loganville, who finished as the state runner-up in 2016, swept Wayne County. It was the Red Devils' third state championship since 2008.

In 4A, Marist defeated Blessed Trinity in three games to win the school's 13th state championship, the most of any school in GHSA history.