Shayla Bennett scored 21 points to lead four players in double figures for Christ Church (27-2) at Colonial Life Arena. It was the third state championship for the Cavaliers, with all of them coming since 2009. TaKeria Legette led Latta (17-6) with 28 points.
Sophomore Adonicas Sanders finished with 14 points, seven rebounds and seven assists to lead the Bulldogs (25-4) to their first boys state title since they won the Class 4A championship in 1984. It's the third overall title in school history. Rod Culver led the Predators (21-8) with 16 points.
Hannah Corbett and Caroline McQueeney scored 17 points apiece to lead the Bishops (23-4) to their third state championship in the past four years. for the Bishops (23-4). Breezi Williams led the Bulldogs (25-3) with eight points.
Malia Rivers and Kaela Robinson each hit a single free throw in the final 1:13 to rally Lancaster (27-0). The Bruins trailed 40-30 with 6:31 remaining. They closed on a 14-2 run that included them scoring their final seven points from the free throw line. Lakewood had a chance to win it but Hayden Thorne drew a charge with three seconds remaining to seal it. Lancaster capped the first perfect season in school history and won a girls basketball state championship for the first time since 1947. Malia Rivers paced the Lancaster attack with 11 points. The Gators (22-5) were led by Sonora Dengokl with 17 points.