Virginia State Finals
1A Girls Northwood 57 | Appomattox Regional 52
1A Boys Radford 54 | Lancaster 44
2A Girls Ridgeview 51 | Union Bears 48
Two players who can do it all, Sydney Mckinney and Kristen Bishop of the Union Bears. Both totaling over 1000 points in their career and averaging around 15 points per game, they’ve proven to be a dominant force on the court. However Ridgeview has been their kryptonite since the start of season, winning the last 5 matchups and they were determined not to let game 6 be any different. Leading the way was senior guard Kayla Mulins with 19 points and 12 rebounds including a late fourth quarter free throw with 2 seconds left on the clock made her the newest member of 2000 point club.
2A Martinsville 69 | Greenville County 37
Martinsville Bulldogs won its second straight title and to most schools that would be a huge accomplishment, but in Martinsville, it's just another day in the office as they set a new Virginia record with 15 State titles.
3A Girls Magna Vista 39 | Spotswood 40
The most talked about game of the night belongs to the Lady Warriors of Magna Vista and the Spotswood Trailblazers. After a game tying 3 by Sahnia Deshazo with .5 seconds left on the clock, most would assume that this is going into OVERTIME.
But shortly after the inbound, Warriors guard, Ocean Davis, made the mistake that would hinder her team's chance to take the crown by committing a late foul with .2 on the clock sending the Spotswood guard, Addisen DeLucas, to the line. Giving them their 3rd title in four years.
3A Boys Hopewell 65 | I.C. Norcom 67
With 5 seconds left in overtime Travis Fields intercepts the pass, dribbles down court, pulls up, and hits the game winner as the clock expires to give I.C. Norcom their 3rd straight state title.
After committing his fourth foul midway through the 4th quarter, Travis continued to make his presence felt dropping a game high 30 points.
The close overtime victory came as a big surprise to most since Norcom had defeated Hopewell just weeks prior in the region final by a 27 point margin. But it was evident that Hopewell had a huge chip on their shoulder and they came out swinging. Led by Deonte Jones with 19 points Hopewell managed to control the majority of the game, limiting Norcom to just 36 percent from the field.
4a girls Monacan 73 | loudoun Valley 50
4a boys Monacan 57 | Lake Taylor 53
5a girls Princess Anne 73 | Highland Springs 50
5a boys Potomac 67 | Bird 61
6a girls Cosby 42 | Langley 37
6a boys Oscar Smith 56 | Westfield 74