RICHMOND, Va. — There's a new champion for Virginia girls’ basketball Class 6.
The Woodbridge Vikings won the first state title in girls’ basketball in the school's history.
They beat Cosby High School 64-43 in the championship game.
It was a close game through three quarters. The Vikings led 44-42 heading into the fourth quarter.
But when it came to the decisive quarter, the Vikings dominated the game's final eight minutes.
Woodbridge outscored Cosby 20-1 in the final quarter to turn a very close game into a blow-out.
Woodbridge's first state title in girls’ basketball left the team's head coach Tamika Dudley at a loss for words.
"Oh my gosh," said Dudley. "So much work has gone into this moment. I'm so overwhelmed by the moment. It's amazing."
In the Virginia Class 6 Boys’ final, Lake Braddock fell short in the school's first appearance in the state title game. The Bruins lost to Landstown 79-60.
In the Virginia Class 5 finals, neither Northern Virginia team took home the championship.
On the boys’ side, Freedom-South Riding lost to Maury 57-49. Maury won its first state title since 1927.
The Thomas Edison girls fell short in a rematch of last year's championship game. The Eagles lost to Princess Anne 69-55.