CLASS 3—–Stockton High School doesn’t shy away from pressure situations. They thrive in them. The Lady Tigers won their third state title in four years with a 56-44 win over St. Louis Metro on Friday. They led 31-16 at the half and, despite a few runs by the Panthers, Stockton was able to hold them off for the title. Kiana Bock had 15 points, Kyla Burns had 14 and Jessica Stanley added 13 in a balanced offensive attack. Stockton shot 51.3 percent from the field. Deidra Dace was the only player in double digits for Metro, which finished 29-3. Stockton was 30-1…..CLASS 2—Skyline and Clopton played for the state title for the second straight year and for the second straight year, Skyline prevailed. The Lady Tigers won their fourth state championship since 1996 with a 59-46 win Saturday afternoon. Kara Tipton led the way with 14 points and Jill Bybee added 12. Clopton got as close as 35-33 in the third quarter, when Skyline exploded for a 12-0 run to put the game away. Skyline came to the final four and handed St. Joseph Christian Academy and Clopton their first losses of the season. Skyline was 30-2 and Clopton finished 30-1……CLASS 1—-Brashear joined the Vashon boys as the only other team to go undefeated in the state of Missouri this season. They topped Walnut Grove 50-35 to win the Class 1 girls’ title. Brooke Crandall and Jenny Elsea scored 14 points apiece to led the Tigers to the state title. Brashear finished 32-0, and Walnut Grove was 27-5.