Pahukoa, Brown named to first-team All-Tournament

Arlington post Lindsay Brown, who scored seven points and grabbed seven rebounds in the 4A state championship, and Lake Stevens guard Brooke Pahukoa were both named to the Girls All-Tournament first team.

Arlington freshman Jayla Russ, who finished the tournament with 30 points and 10 rebounds, was named to the second team.

Pahukoa finished the tournament with 75 points and 26 rebounds as the Vikings took fifth place.

Brown had 34 points and 28 rebounds to lead the Eagles to a second-place finish.

Here’s the entire team:

First team

Brittany McPhee, Mount Rainier – MVP

Jade Redmon, Mead

Brooke Pahukoa, Lake Stevens

Delany Junkermeier, Mead

Lindsay Brown, Arlington

Second team

Jayla Russ, Arlington

Otiana Gildon, Gonzaga Prep

Ashlyn Lewey Mead

Deja Strother, Inglemoor

Laura Stockton, Gonzaga Prep

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