What: Class 6 girls state championship
When: Wednesday, 6 p.m.
Where: Siegel Center
Cosby (23-4): A victory would give retiring coach Rachel Mead a fifth state title in six seasons. The Titans have earned their championships in tight games, winning by 2, 5, 1 and 7 points. They beat Langley 52-50 last season. Cosby has reeled off 14 consecutive wins since losing to Division 5 powerhouse Princess Anne. Only one game during the winning streak — a 54-48 victory over L.C. Bird — has been closer than 9 points. Junior guard Bailey Williams has scored 26, 16, 24, 21 and 33 points in five postseason games. Senior guard/forward Nia Covington has registered two triple-doubles and three double-doubles while averaging 15.8 points and 13.8 rebounds in the playoffs. Cosby advanced by beating Beat Western Branch 46-34 in the quarterfinals and James River 72-49 in the semifinals. Williams had 26 points against the Rapids. Covington had 20 points and 14 rebounds, and senior guard Marissa Gallagher had 17 points and 11 rebounds.
Woodbridge (28-1): The Vikings are making their fourth consecutive state tournament appearance but their first overall in the title game. They have won 19 games in a row since their only loss (Chartiers Valley, Pennsylvania, 63-44). Cosby will have to deal with some height. Woodbridge coach Tamika Dudley has Division I recruits in 6-foot-1 junior Aaliyah Pitts (14.5 points, 7.3 rebounds, Region C player of the year), 6-1 junior Vanessa Laumbach (9.8 pts, 5.2 rebs) and 6-2 sophomore Adaija Bender (9.4 points, 7.5 rebs). The Vikings average 15 offensive rebounds and 34.6 total. Woodbridge advanced by beating South Lakes 75-39 in the state quarterfinals and T.C. Williams 61-50 in the semifinals. Senior forward Camryn Platt-Morris had 16 points against T.C. Williams. She averages 10.4 points and 5.4 rebounds. Opponents have been limited to 40 points or under 21 times. Only two teams have topped 60.