Everyone's jumping behind the team. In fact, one dad lost his job so he could go see his son play.
"Go Bridgewater!" Terrie Martin says.
"I think it's wonderful a place like this in this community can go that far-it's really great," Scott Cook says.
"I cut lots of ems hair on Friday before they hopped on a plane Saturday-very nervous-very excited," Wende Herring says.
Bridgewater's Barber Shop painted their windows in support.
"Because we're real proud of them even if they go no further they're number one to us," Herring says.
"They're good for Bridgewater, they're good for themselves and Bridgewater's had a great year in sports," Terrie Martin says.
First, Bridgewater football goes to the Stagg Bowl, then Turner Ashby baseball became the state champs, now two more titles will be added to this board, of course 11-12 boys and also 9-10 girls.
"We feel like we have one of the strongest organizations here and I think other organizations feel the same way," Greg Michael says.
Bridgewater had five different teams make it to the state tourney, Michael says there's a reason.
"Good coaching, good playing, good sportsmanship," Michael says.
And don't forget the community, IGA's boasting a few signs, and so is Burger King.
"It puts us on the map," Martin says.
"We're on the map," Herring says.
"It puts us on the map I mean definitely on national TV-ESPN 2. I've talked to people in Luray, I've talked to people in Grottoes, Broadway I've heard down in Fulks Run they've got signs up supporting us," Michael says.