Ending the 48-Year Drought

It was a long time coming, but the Carver High School boys basketball team broke a 48-year drought in March when the team took its first state title since 1971. Coach Warren Beaulah’s Carver Tigers sealed the deal with a 58-55 win over the Americus-Sumter Panthers to claim the GHSA Class 4A 2019 state championship.

It was the fifth time the Tigers and Panthers faced off during the season, with Carver winning each game. Although Americus-Sumter was ranked No. 1 and Carver at No. 3 by MaxPreps going into the final series, the Tigers refused to be intimidated.

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