Outlook: The Lakers, who won last year’s Class 2A state title and are going for the program’s sixth, enter state play prepared for anything. On their way to claiming the North Region, they had to grind out a 62-60 win over Baltimore City rival Dunbar and then got a confidence boost when they trounced Randallstown, 89-66, in Friday’s region final. Senior guard-forward Armon Harried has taken his play to the next level in the postseason, averaging 28 points in the three region wins and hitting the game-winning basket against Dunbar with four seconds left. Junior guard Michael Gray also consistently delivers on offense, and the Lakers rely on strong defense and efficient rebounding. Douglass comes into play a winner of 13 straight as the South champion, primed by a challenging Prince George’s County schedule. The Eagles, who won titles in 1963 and 1966, are making their sixth tournament appearance and first since 2009.