The Cass boys won their title by defeating Northwest Whitfield 65-52, claiming the school's fourth title in a row.
Calhoun grabbed its crown with a 58-24 defeat of Woodland.
Greg Scott, Cass High head coach and tournament coordinator, said the tournament featured 16 boys and girls teams competing in 24 games over four days.
"Our JV teams don't have a region tournament like the high school squads, so this gives them a chance to play in a situation where they can win and advance," he said. "We like for them to play in this kind of atmosphere."
This year's tournament was played at the new Cass High School and it gave the host a chance to show off its new facilities as well as to play the games in two gymnasiums.
Scott said having two gyms meant the tournament, which has been played in five days in the past, could be played in four days.
"I think the tournament went well, and we had a lot of good games," he said. "We got a lot of compliments on our new facilities."
He said the event always draws a nice crowd over its duration and they had some very competitive games.
The all-tournament boys team includes, from Allatoona, Drew Ellingson; Adairsville, Kaylon Carter; Calhoun, Austin Byrd; Woodland, Brandon Thompson; Rockmart, Eay Twine; Rome, Matthew Scott; Northwest Whitfield, Tanner Quarles and Jonathan Williams; Cass, Kadeem Sutton and Najae Jackson.
Tournament MVP is Drew McKaig of Cass.
The order of finish for the boys teams include:
Cass defeated Northwest Whitfield in the first-second place game; Rome beat Rockmart in the third-fourth place game; Allatoona bested Adairsville in the fifth-sixth place game and Woodland outscored Calhoun in the seventh-eighth place game.
The all-tournament girls team includes, from Riverwood, Haley Miller; Rockmart, Abby Montgomery; Rome, Terika Mostella; Northwest Whitfield, Brianna Coppock; Adairsville, Elizabeth Davis; Cass, Courtney Bailey; Woodland, Brooke Hummel and Kennedy Robinson; Calhoun, Wimberly Roe and Hannah Wilson.
Tournament MVP is Molly Palmer of Calhoun.
The order of finish for the girls teams include:
Calhoun defeated Woodland in the first-second game; Riverwood outscored Cass in the third-fourth game; Northwest Whitfield bested Adairsville in the fifth-sixth place game and Rome overcame Rockmart in the seventh-eighth place game.