Class 6 Region B championships are on the line Thursday in baseball, softball and boys and girls soccer, while regional titles in boys and girls lacrosse were decided on Tuesday

In baseball, No. 3 seed James River-Midlothian, which defeated Franklin County, 11-4, in the quarterfinals, plays No. 4 seed Colonial Forge in the finals.

Both teams earned Class 6 state tournament berths by winning semifinal-round games Tuesday.

In softball, No. 1 seed Cosby faces No. 2 seed Manchester in the finals.

Both teams earned Class 6 state tournament berths by winning semifinal-round games Tuesday.

Manchester defeated FCHS, 6-4, in the quarterfinals.

In girls soccer, No. 1 seed James River-Midlothian battles No. 7 seed Colonial Forge in the finals.

Both teams earned Class 6 state tournament berths by winning semifinal-round games Tuesday.

James River-Midlothian bested Cosby in the semifinals.

The Titans eliminated FCHS from the single-elimination tournament in the quarterfinals, 5-1.

In boys soccer, No. 1 seed Thomas Dale is matched against at No. 3 seed Cosby in the finals.

Both teams earned Class 6 state tournament berths by winning semifinal-round games Tuesday.

Thomas Dale defeated FCHS, 5-1, in the quarterfinals,

In boys lacrosse, No. 6 seed Cosby defeated No. 1 seed Colonial Forge in the championship match.

Both teams had Class 6 state tournament berths secured prior to the opening faceoff.

In girls lacrosse, No. 1 seed Colonial Forge edged No. 2 seed Cosby, 12-10, in the championship match.

Both teams had Class 6 state tournament berths secured prior to the opening draw control.

Cosby advanced to the finals with a 19-6 triumph over FCHS in the semifinals.

State tournament play begins this weekend with quarterfinal-round matches.

In the boys tournament, Colonial Forge entertains South County Saturday at 5 p.m., while, Cosby hosts Battlefield at 5:30 p.m. Friday.

In the girls tournament, Cosby is at home against West Potomac today at 7 p.m.  and Colonial Forge is at home Saturday at 3 p.m. against Yorktown.

 

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