The Callaway Cavaliers, LaGrange Grangers and Troup Tigers have each won their first two playoff series to advance to the final eight.
Callaway will be at home in the Class AA state playoffs, while LaGrange and Troup will each be on the road in the Class AAA playoffs.
Each team will play a doubleheader Tuesday, and if needed, third and deciding games would be played Wednesday.
The semifinals will be May 21.
Callaway will be at home for the third straight playoff series, and this time the opponent will be Brantley County.
The teams will play at 3 p.m. Tuesday.
Callaway has beaten Westminster and Crawford County to reach this point, while Brantley County beat Berrien and Hart County.
The winner of the Callaway-Brantley County series will play either Blessed Trinity or Appling County in the semifinals.
On the other side of the bracket, Lovett will play Calhoun, and Buford will face Pierce County.
In Class AAA, LaGrange will head to the northern part of the state next week to take on the Ringgold Tigers.
That series kicks off at 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday.
LaGrange, after sweeping St. Pius X in the first round, beat Cross Creek in three games in the second round.
The Grangers held on for a 12-10 victory in Game 3 on Friday.
Ringgold has swept Lanier County and Cairo to make it this far.
LaGrange and Ringgold were supposed to play in the LaGrange Toyota Invitational in March, but their game was rained out.
Still, LaGrange head coach Donnie Branch did get a look at Ringgold.
“We’re excited about them,” Branch said. “We know how good they are. We’ve seen them already.”
If LaGrange can get by Ringgold, it would play either Carrollton or Gainesville in the semifinals.
On the other side of the bracket, the Troup Tigers will travel to Cobb County to face Allatoona, with Tuesday’s doubleheader set to begin at 5 p.m.
Troup has yet to drop a playoff game in beating Woodward Academy in the first round and Thomson in the second round.
Allatoona has beaten North Hall and Crisp County.
If Troup beats Allatoona, it would play the winner of the other semifinal series between state powers Cartersville and Columbus.
Columbus has won the past two state championships.