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State basketball champions
posted Feb 28, 2013 - 11:32:25am
The 2012-13 Florida high-school girls' basketball champions have been crowned and, over the weekend, the boys' kingpins will have joined them.
Class 8A - Orlando Dr. Phillips 52-47 Miami.
Class 7A - Gainesville Buchholz 63-49 Davie Nova.
Class 6A - Orlando Edgewater 50-49 (ot) Fort Walton Beach Choctawhatchee.
Class 5A - Fort Lauderdale Dillard 57-41 St. Petersburg Lakewood.
Class 4A - Jacksonville Ribault 65-47 Coral Springs Charter.
Class 3A - Daytona Beach Father Lopez 44-40 Miami Country Day.
Class 2A - Tallahassee FAMU 57-34 Land O'Lakes.
Class 1A - Santa Rosa Beach South Walton 58-49 Chipley.
These are the boys' teams currently playing in the Final Four action in Lakeland.
Class 8A - Hagerty, Deerfield Beach, South Miami and Tampa Wharton.
Class 7A - Stuart Martin County, Orlando Evans, Pompano Beach Blanche Ely, and Bartow.
Class 6A - Winter Haven, Pensacola Pine Forest, Miami Norland, and Gainesville.
Class 5A - Tampa Jesuit, Jacksonville Bishop Kenny, Plantation American Heritage, and Palatka.
Class 4A - Boca Raton Saint Andrew's, Havana East Gadsden, Miami Ransom Everglades, and Orlando Lake Highland Prep.
Class 3A - Naples Community School, Jacksonville Providence, Coral Springs Christian, and Melbourne Florida Air.
Class 2A - Jacksonville North Florida Educational, Boca Raton Grandview Prep, Miami Westwood Christian, and Orlando Christian Prep.
Class 1A - Hawthorne, Bonifay Holmes County, Lake Butler Union County, and Quincy West Gadsden.
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