The Bulldogs (13-2) beat county rival Amory 82-52 Friday night and will face host Hamilton in today's 2:30 p.m. championship game.
In the girls semifinal, Aberdeen beat Hatley 71-58 and Hamilton beat Smithville 47-29 to set up the title game at 1 p.m.
"Hamilton is going to be patient on offense. They're going to try to apply pressure," Aberdeen coach Roy Hazzle said. "We're just going to have to wear them down."
With a 34-22 halftime lead, Rico Haughton's third quarter bucket gave Aberdeen a a 49-28 lead and the Bulldogs, sporting new black jerseys, didn't look back.
Earnest Williams scored a game-high 24 and had 17 rebounds. Fred Ward's double-double included 13 points and 10 boards. Jakeese Walker scored 10 points.
"It's just a team effort," said Hazzle, who saw 13 of his 16 players score. "We're making mistakes but we keep pounding it and attacking and playing defense. Tonight's win was about regrouping at halftime and refocusing."
For Amory (11-4), Terez Beeks scored 12 and Jaylon Fair 10.
"We didn't do anything well at all," said Amory coach Jason Kelly. "We couldn't dribble, rebound. We didn't do a good job basically communicating. When you face a team like Aberdeen, you've got to be really on your game."
- (G) Aberdeen 71, Hatley 58: Aberdeen advanced to today's final behind 36 points from Regina Barker. The two-hour game featured 85 free throws. Aberdeen made 27 of 42. Hatley made 25 of 43.
The Lady Bulldogs (8-6) got 12 points from Ebone Williams and 11 from Alexis Walker. Hatley (8-7), which had it within four points early in the fourth, was led by Katie Beth Worthy's 16, followed by Lauren Sloan's 12 and Jamelle Vance's 10. Starting post player Sloan fouled out with 2:38 left in the third.
- (G) Hamilton 47, Smithville 29: Christy Willis led Hamilton with 18 points, followed by Sloan Walker's 10. Linsey Lann had 13 for Smithville.