Boys All-Tournament teams

Jackson’s Jason Todd was named the Most Valuable Player of the 4A State Tournament and Terry Dawn was named to the All-Tournament first team.

Here’s the boys all-tournament teams as voted on by writers at the tournament:

3A All-Tournament Team

MVP: Will Dorsey, Rainier Beach

First Team

Tramaine Isabell, Lakeside

Elijah Foster, Rainier Beach

DJ Fenner, Seattle Prep

Amaad Rorie, Lincoln

Tre’Sahun Fletcher, Lincoln

Second Team

Donaven Dorsey, Timberline

Eugene Artison, Franklin

Matthew Poplawski, Lakeside

MarQuis Davis, Rainier Beach

Brett Bailey, University

4A All-Tournament Team

MVP: Jason Todd, Jackson

First Team

Dominic Robinson, Curtis

Tucker Haymond, Garfield

Terry Dawn, Arlington

Trevaunte’ Williams, Garfield

Josh Martin, Bothell

Second Team

Adam Chamberlain, Central Valley

Dominique Jordan, Curtis

Dan Kingma, Jackson

Zach Lavine, Bothell

Tory Causey, Curtis

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