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Published: Friday, March 1, 2013, 12:35 p.m.

Live blog: state basketball tournaments

  • The Lake Stevens band waves their hats during the Vikings' game against Kentwood at the WIAA state championships.

    Genna Martin / The Herald

    The Lake Stevens band waves their hats during the Vikings' game against Kentwood at the WIAA state championships.

Action continues Friday at the Hardwood Classic, where the 3A and 4A state champions will be crowned. We're chatting live from Tacoma throughout the evening, so join the conversation below starting at 2:10 p.m.
Also visit Tournament Central, where we're following tweets, photos and conversation in social media.

See more photos from the state basketball tournaments:
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Top headlines from day 1:
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