Owings Mills High and Milford Mill boys and Hereford and Western Tech girls are the last ones standing in the Baltimore County basketball regular season as the county’s Office of Athletics announced the basketball championship pairings Monday afternoon.

No. 14 Owings Mills, winner of the 1A/2A league, will travel to two-time defending county champ Milford Mill Friday evening at 7 p.m. The No. 2 Millers, who have two 3A/4A league remaining with Parkville (Monday evening) and No. 19 Woodlawn, have won 41 consecutive games in regular season league play.

At Hereford, the surprising Bulls, champion of the 3A/4A league and ranked 15th in the latest VSN Top 20, host the Wolverines for the girls’ crown. They’ll play Friday evening at 7 p.m.

The junior varsity championships will be decided Thursday. Owings Mills will be at Milford Mill in the boys’ finale while Owings Mills girls’ host either Hereford or Catonsville. 

The Comets play at Hereford Wednesday, with the winner advancing to the finals.