Polls: Vote for who you think wins state games

Contrary to what Herald writer David Krueger thinks, we at The Herald don’t know everything. That’s why we’re curious who our readers think will win the state tournaments this weekend in Tacoma. We’ll be running polls all week to pick the winners, starting with the first rounds today. We’ll run the semifinal polls on Tuesday and the championship matchups on Wednesday. The polls for the first-round games ends Tuesday at 10 a.m.

Click on the links below to vote in the polls:

Boys and Girls championship games

Boy and Girls Semifinals CLOSED

Class 3A Girls – CLOSED

Class 3A Boys – CLOSED

Class 4A Girls – CLOSED

Class 4A Boys – CLOSED

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