South Carolina signee Alshon Jeffrey scored 25 points to lead Calhoun County to its fourth Class A boys state title in a row with a 65-40 win over Great Falls on Saturday.
Calhoun County (26-1) cruised, going on a 17-4 run to start the second quarter to lead 30-12. The Saints would lead by double digits the rest of the way.
Jeffrey scored 17 of his points in the first half and Jacobee Wolfe added nine more as Calhoun County led 33-18 at half. The Saints led by as many as 30 in the second half.
Calhoun County has won eight titles since 1996, tied for second with Great Falls (26-2) for the most titles by one school. Charleston won nine titles from 1921 to 1961.
Torrey Craig scored 17 points to lead Great Falls.
Calhoun County: Davenport 2, Guinyard 9, A. Jeffrey 25, Wolfe 14, S. Jeffery 10, J. Davis 3, R. Davis 2.
Great Falls: Roseboro 8, Canty 6, Craig 17, Buchanan 5, Lynn 2, Nelson 2.