With Sullivan leading the way with 33 points, 10 rebounds, five steals and four assists without turnover, his R.C. Hatch Bobcats advanced to the Class 2A championship game with a 71-52 victory over White Plains on Monday night at the Birmingham-Jefferson Civic Center.
Hatch improved its record to 27-1 with the victory and White Plains ends its season at 26-6.
Sullivan, who signed with Auburn in November, played on state championship teams as a seventh grader, eighth grader, ninth grader and a junior. Auburn head coach Jeff Lebo was in Birmingham to watch one of his four early signees in action.
Sullivan hit 12-21 field goals in the semi-final game and was 2-9 on threes and 7-9 at the foul line.