BIRMINGHAM – Collinsville High School’s Lady Panthers looked like they had been there before Friday morning as girls played in their first state basketball championship game in school history. Junior guard Hadley Hamilton made the first two 3-point shots she attempted and the Panthers matched Cold Springs step for step as Collinsville (29-3) beat the defending Class 2A state champions 58-45 to claim the AHSAA Class 2A state title. The Class 2A girls’ finals opened Championship Friday at the 98 th AHSAA State Basketball Championships being held at Birmingham’s BJCC Legacy Arena. The championship was Collinsville’s first. Cold Springs (31-5) has won four state crowns including the 2019 title. Hamilton finished with 16 points, going 4-for-8 from the 3-point arc and making all four free throws she attempted. Senior forward Brittany Rivera had 11 points and 13 rebounds to earn Class 2A state tourney MVP honors. She also had five assists, five steals and one blocked shot. Olivia Akins added 16 points and Tyla Tatum 13. Collinsville was 13-of-14 at the foul line for the game and 5-of-16 on 3-pointers. Cold Springs’ Lady Eagles, coached by Tammy West, led the nation in 3-point shooting last season and ranked among the nation’s top five this season. In Friday’s finals junior guard Toni West sank 5-of-9 and the team was 8-for-24. The difference came at the foul line, Cold Springs was 7-of-11, and on the boards. Collinsville out-rebounded the Eagles 32-19. West finished with 17 points and Elizabeth Hill added 13 points for Cold Springs. Elizabeth Neely had eight – six coming on two 3-pointers. Barbour County met Calhoun in the Class 2A boys’ finals at 10:45 a.m. Class 3A’s championship games are set for 12:30 p.m. for the girls and 2:15 p.m. for the boys. Friday’s championship day schedule concludes with 4A girls’ title game at 4 p.m., and the boys’ championship at 5:45. Classes 5A, 6A and 7A conclude the 2020 state tournament with girls’ and boys’ championships Saturday. All championship games in the 2020 AHSAA State Tourney are being live-streamed over the NFHS Network’s subscriber-based platform and are also being shown over the AHSAA TV Network’s group of cable affiliates in Alabama. WOTM TV is producing all games and the AHSAA Radio Network is handling announcing duties for radio and TV during the semifinals. All cable systems in Alabama have a chance to take the broadcast feed for all the games free of charge. If your local cable company is not televising the games, please contact them and ask them to join the AHSAA TV Network. Class 2A Girls’ All-State Tournament Team Brittany Rivera Collinsville (MVP); Tyla Tatum, Collinsville; Olivia Akins, Collinsville; Hadley Hamilton, Collinsville; Elizabeth Hill, Cold Springs; Toni West, Cold Spring. 98 th AHSAA STATE BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS FRIDAY’S CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS Class 2A Girls Finals Collinsville (29-3) 58, Cold Springs (31-5) 45 Class 2A Boys Finals Barbour County (25-11) vs. Calhoun (20-12), Friday, 10:45 a.m. Class 3A Girls Finals Pisgah (30-3) vs. T.R. Miller (28-1), Friday, 12:30 p.m. Class 3A Boys Finals Pike County (23-6) vs. Lauderdale County (26-7), Friday, 2:15 p.m. Class 4A Girls Finals Anniston (28-3) vs. Deshler (24-10), Friday, 4 p.m. Class 4A Boys Finals Talladega (26-6) vs. Williamson (27-5), Friday, 5:45 p.m. SATURDAY’S CHAMPIONSHIP SCHEDULE Class 5A Girls Finals Charles Henderson (28-0) vs. Madison Academy (31-4), Sat., 9 a.m. Class 5A Boys Finals Center Point (16-14) vs. Fairfield (29-5), Sat., 10:45 a.m. Class 6A Girls Finals Hazel Green (34-2) vs. McAdory (28-7), Saturday, 12:30 p.m. Class 6A Boys Finals Huffman (31-3) vs. Bessemer City (19-14), Saturday, 2:15 p.m. Class 7A Girls Finals Hoover (31-2) vs. Spain Park (31-4), Saturday, 4 p.m. Class 7A Boys Finals Lee-Montgomery (32-1) vs. Mountain Brook (32-2), Saturday, 5:45 p.m.