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5A Girls: Princess Anne 57, Highland Springs 52
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RICHMOND, Va. (AP) - Gadiva Hubbard scored 35 points as Princess Anne beat Highland Springs 57- 52 on Friday in the Virginia High School League girls 5A championship.
Hubbard hit seven 3-pointers, six after halftime, as the Cavaliers (28-1) rallied from a 37-36 third-quarter deficit to win their third state title in the past six seasons. They have made it to the championship in all six of those years.
Freshman Ciera Crudup scored 14 points to lead Highland Springs (23-3), which was playing in its first state championship game. Bri Justice had 12 points and four assists, and NaJai Pollard scored 10.
Janayla White had 13 points and 11 rebounds for the Cavaliers.
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