The 2015 Windsor Knights (26-4, 10-0) captured the GISA Region 4AA Championship with a 67-50 win over Monsignor Donovan Catholic High School (MDCHS) Rams of Athens. It was Windsor’s first Boys Region Basketball championship in 35 years. With a packed Hawkins Arena on the campus of Macon’s Mercer University, the Knights captured the GISA AA State Championship with a 48-46 win over their GISA 4AA rival MDCHS. The win was Windsor’s first boys basketball state championship in school history and the most wins in a single season. Sophomore Marquise Jackson hit a basket with 1.8 seconds left to secure the win. Senior Antonio McKinney reached over 1,000 career points in two and a half seasons. Coach Michael Johnson was recognized as the GISA AA Basketball Coach of the Year for two seasons.
Windsor Academy’s Knights basketball program won their first S.E.A.I.S or GISA 2-AA Championship in 1980 over First Presbyterian 68-59, with a berth in the State Tournament. That team (25-7) was led by AD Grady Pittman and Seniors Gregory Scott Smith, Marlon Marchman, and Ricky Hulett. No. 45 Greg Smith’s (Class of 1980) jersey number was retired with 1,680 career points. He went to Middle Tennessee State.