Posted On: 02/27/20 2:44 PM

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Some storylines are just a little bit juicier than others. Here's a look at some of the most interesting Final Four matchups across the GHSA.

R7 #1 No. 1 Westlake (28-2) vs. R4 #1 No. 3 Cherokee (28-2)

Will anybody from Georgia ever beat Westlake again? The backcourt duo of Raven Johnson (15.8 ppg) and Ta’Niya Latson (15.9 ppg) is immensely talented. The Lions have size in 6-foot-5 Georgia Southern-signee Lydia Freeman (9.1 ppg) and athleticism in 6-foot-2 Brianna Turnage (8.1 ppg). Don’t forget about Carlyse Hooks (9.3 ppg) and Olympia Chaney (4.7 ppg). The Lions are a complete team and have thoroughly dominated the state. While Westlake rightfully grabs all the headlines, Cherokee is the little engine that could. The predominately homegrown group has been knocking on the door of becoming a true state title contender but has always placed right behind Westlake and Collins Hill. If the Warriors were ever to shock the nation, it would be now. Cherokee has steady guard play in Ashlyn Andrus (Limestone) and aggressive competitor Chatham Brown (Shorter). The Warriors are one of the few teams that can nearly match Westlake’s size in the

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