Gwinnett matchups in the first round of the state high school basketball playoffs:

Tuesday, Feb. 23

Class AAAAAAA Boys

6:30 p.m. — Lowndes at Grayson

7 p.m. — Lambert at Berkmar

7 p.m. — Parkview at Camden County

7:30 p.m. — Mill Creek at Milton

7:30 p.m. — Peachtree Ridge at Cherokee

Class AAAAAAA Girls

5 p.m. — Lowndes at Grayson

6 p.m. — Camden County at Brookwood

6 p.m. — Denmark at Archer

6 p.m. — Mill Creek at Cherokee

6 p.m. — North Gwinnett at Woodstock

6 p.m. — Parkview at Colquitt County

6 p.m. — Roswell at Peachtree Ridge

6 p.m. — West Forsyth at Norcross

7 p.m. — Duluth at North Forsyth

Class AAAAAA Boys

6 p.m. — Dalton at Shiloh

6:30 p.m. — Buford at Alexander

Class AAAAAA Girls

6 p.m. — Alexander at Buford

6 p.m. — Lanier at Carrollton

Class AAA Girls

6 p.m. — Oconee County at GAC

Class A Private Boys

7 p.m. — Providence at George Walton

7:30 p.m. — Athens Academy at Hebron

Class A Private Girls

6 p.m. — George Walton at Hebron

6 p.m. — Wesleyan at Tallulah Falls

Wednesday, Feb. 24

Class AAAAAAA Boys

6 p.m. — South Gwinnett at Tift County

7 p.m. — Norcross at Denmark

7 p.m. — Roswell at North Gwinnett

7:30 p.m. — Discovery at South Forsyth

7:30 p.m. — Etowah at Collins Hill

Class AAAAAAA Girls

6 p.m. — Discovery at South Forsyth

6 p.m. — Etowah at Collins Hill

6 p.m. — Gainesville at Archer

Class AAAAAA Boys

7 p.m. — South Paulding at Lanier

Class AAAAAA Girls

6:30 p.m. — Dacula at Rome

Class AAA Boys

7 p.m. — GAC at Monroe Area

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