State tournament schedule (+brackets)

ALL GAMES ON THURSDAY

3A GIRLS

Glacier Peak vs. Bellevue, 2 p.m.

Cleveland (No. 2 in poll) and University also in Glacier Peak’s half of the bracket. With No. 1-ranked Prairie falling in regionals, Cleveland top-ranked team left.

3A BOYS

Mountlake Terrace vs. Lincoln, 7:15 p.m.

Rematch against Lincoln at 7:15 on Thursday. (Lincoln won 60-59 earlier in the year). Lakeside (No. 4) and University also in half of bracket.

4A GIRLS

Lake Stevens vs. Kentwood, 5:30 p.m.

Vikings get another shot at the Conquerors, who they beat back in December. Kentwood took care of Lynnwood in regionals. Same half of bracket as Arlington.

Arlington vs. Gonzaga Prep, 3:45 p.m.

Eagles go up against the Lady Bullpups. Could face Lake Stevens in all-Wesco North semifinals. THE NORTH IS RISING!!!

4A BOYS

Arlington vs. Richland, 12:15 p.m.

Plays the team from Kennewick in the first round. In same half of the bracket as Jackson.

Jackson vs. Central Valley, 2 p.m.

Paired up with Central Valley (21-2). In same half of the bracket as Arlington.

NOTE: In 4A tournament, Bothell and Garfield, two top-ranked teams in 4A along with Jackson, meet at 10:30 a.m. on Thursday in Tacoma. Central Valley (No. 4) plays Jackson (No. 3) in another quarterfinals.

NOTE: So here’s the plan for local fans. Plan on getting to the Tacoma Dome at 11:15 a.m. to catch the second half of Bothell-Garfield. Then watch Arlington-Richland afterwards on the same court. At 2 p.m., sit near the divider and watch Jackson-Central Valley boys and Glacier Peak-Bellevue girls. Take a quick break for a snack and catch the Arlington-Gonzaga Prep girls at 3:45 p.m. and Lake Stevens-Kentwood girls right after on the same court. For dessert enjoy Mountlake Terrace’s rematch against Lincoln. Go home sleep and do it all over again Friday.

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