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Senior point guard Keith Pinckney led Miller Grove with 21 points Friday night as the Wolverines captured their sixth Georgia state title in a row.

Miller Grove (Lithonia, Ga.) extended one the greatest dynasties in high school basketball history Friday night with a 70-43 win over Warner Robins in the Georgia AAAAA state championship game.

The victory gave the Wolverines (28-5) their sixth state crown in as many years, equaling the fourth longest streak all-time according to the National Federation of State High School Associations record book.

Stan Awtrey of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution recaps the championship contest here.

Head coach Sharman White has been on the sideline throughout the championship run, compiling a 170-27 record over the past six seasons. White is 315-82 through the first 12 years of his coaching career and led Miller Grove to national Top 25 finishes in 2011 (No. 6) and 2013 (No. 19).

Friday's victory may have been the sweetest yet as the Wolverines dedicated the 2013-14 campaign to Terrell Coleman, a potential freshman phenom for the program who collapsed and died in late October.

Deep South Dynasty
Miller Grove's last six seasons
Year – Record
2013-14 – 28-5, AAAAA state champions
2012-13 – 30-3, AAAAA state champions
2011-12 – 24-9, AAAA state champions
2010-11 – 31-1, AAAA state champions, Beach Ball Classic champions
2009-10 – 27-6, AAAA state champions
2008-09 – 30-3, AAAA state champions