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Published: Tuesday, March 12, 2013, 7:40 p.m.

WIBCA All-State games announced

Still in need some basketball?

The Washington Interscholastic Basketball Coaches Association have got you covered. The 2013 WIBCA All-State boys basketball games will be held Saturday, March 16 at Curtis H.S., starting at 2 p.m. The game brings together the top boys basketball players from across the state and includes Arlington's Terry Dawn, Shorewood's Josh Hawkinson, Mountlake Terrace's Blake Fernandez, King's Caleb Taylor, Tulalip Heritage's DJ Kidd and Cedar Park Christian-MLT's Terry Eun.

The three games will be played at the following times: 1B vs. 2B at 2 p.m.; 1A vs. 2A at 4 p.m.; 3A vs. 4A at 6 p.m.

The doors open at 1 pm. and the cost is $10 per adult and $8 for seniors, high school students and children under 12. In addition to the games, the WIBCA will present the respective state players of the year, coaches of the year, and the State Mr. Basketball award.

Here are the 2013 Awards:

Mr. Basketball: Zach LaVine, Bothell
4A Player of the Year: Lucas Meikle, Bellarmine Prep
3A Player of the Year: TreShaun Fletcher, Lincoln
2A Player of the Year: Brad Wallace, River Ridge
1A Player of the Year: Isaac Reimer, Lynden Christian
2B Player of the Year: Spencer Novak, LaConner
1B Player of the Year: Brandon Broersma, Sunnyside Chr.

2013 Wayne Gillman Award (Coach of the Year)

4A: Tim Kelly, Curtis
3A: Michael Bethea, Rainier Beach
2A: Craig Brantner, Pullman
1A: Scott Merzoian, Toledo
2B: Reece Jenkin, Colfax
1B: Brian Bosma, Sunnyside Christian

Here are the rosters:

4A All-State Roster
Perrion Callendret, Bothell
Dom Robinson, Curtis
Tucker Haymond, Garfield
Terry Dawn, Arlington
Tyler Copp, Union
Austin Rehkow, Central Valley
Trevaunté Williams, Garfield
Seth Berger, Ballard
Harold Lee, Auburn
Braxton Tucker, Spanaway Lake

3A All-State Roster
DJ Fenner, Seattle Prep
Will Dorsey, Rainier Beach
Josh Hawkinson, Shorewood
Brett Bailey, University
Patrick Ball, Franklin
Joe Rasmussen, Mercer Island
Arell Hennings, Franklin
Cooper Clyde, Kamiakin
Blake Fernandez, Mountlake Terrace
Jordan Johnson, Lakes

2A All-State Roster
Corey Langerveld, Pullman
Jalen Peake, West Valley Yakima
John Shine, Lynden
Dak Shagren, Lynden
Alex Sayler, White River
Brock Wade, WF West
Tanner Brill, Mark Morris
AJ Yost, Anacortes
Austin Strock, West Valley Yakima
Jason Brocklesby, Sequim

1A All-State Roster
Robert Slack, Zillah
Austin Trafelet, Toledo
Brennan Rakoz, Toledo
Josh Wall, Kalama
Shawn Spencer, Cascade Christian
Yaniv Shier, Seattle Academy
Coleman McElroy, Cashmere
Michael Amsel Jr., Chelan
Evan Scholten, Cedar Park Christian-Bothell
Caleb Taylor, Kings

2B All-State Roster
William Carte Bisbee, Raymond
Lars Blix, Wahkiakum
Cooper Zurfluh, Adna
Enrique Hernandez, Winlock
Tyler Howlett, La Conner
Josh Likkel, Davenport
Brady Ellis, Colfax
Bryce Morgan, Seattle Lutheran
Michael Garrett, Riverside Christian
Nick Brockman, Reardon

1B All-State Roster
Lowell Kirkwood, Moses Lake Christian
Terry Eun, Cedar Park Christian-MLT
Alex Brouwer, Sunnyside Christian
AJ Kieffer, Wellpinit
Kyle Howell, Shorewood Christian
Josh Cline, Muckleshoot
Derrick Findley, Crescent
David Irias, Columbia Adventist
DJ Kidd, Tulalip Heritage


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