Tulalip Heritage boys to play for fourth place

Herald staff

SPOKANE — The Tulalip Heritage Hawks are bringing home some hardware.

Tulalip Heritage had five players score in double figures Friday morning as the Hawks defeated Wellpinit 79-69 in the consolation round of the Class 1B state boys basketball tournament at Spokane Arena.

The win assured Tulalip Heritage of its first state placing since a fourth-place finish in 2009. The Hawks play Three Rivers Christian at 8 a.m. Saturday to decide fourth and sixth places.

Robert Miles led Tulalip Heritage (25-2) with 17 points. Shawn Sanchey added 16, Keanu Hamilton 15, Bradley Fryberg 11 and Ayrik Miranda 10.

Wellpinit’s James Best led all scorers with 22 points.

At Spokane Arena

Wellpinit13171326—69

Tulalip Heritage14302510—79

Wellpinit—Richie Ford 5, James Best 22, Brodie Ford 15, Jason Holt 9, Eugene Lasarte 2, Triston Andrews 12, Nathan Ayala 4, Cedric Bowen 0, Jacob Brown 0. Tulalip Heritage—Dontae Jones 0, Brandon Jones 5, Bradley Fryberg 11, Robert Miles 17, Shawn Sanchey 16, Keanu Hamilton 15, Willy Enick 5, Ayrik Miranda 10. Records—Tulalip Heritage 25-2. Wellpinit not available.

More in Sports

Resurgent season for Archbishop Murphy senior running back

After missing most of last season injured, Ray Pimentel returned with a bang and hasn’t let up since.

Pac-12 North title on the line for WSU in Apple Cup

The Cougars need a win over the Huskies in Seattle to advance to the Pac-12 title game.

Hawks will have ‘clarity’ soon on futures of Chancellor, Avril

Signs point to the two injured stars not playing again this season, with beyond that in question, too.

Prep football at a glance: Tumwater vs. Archbishop Murphy

The two traditional powers will match up in a 2A state tournament semifinal game Saturday.

Tumwater football team relies on dominant rushing attack

With the Archbishop Murphy and Tumwater football teams set to meet Saturday… Continue reading

Surging Silvertips skate past Chiefs

Everett solves its power-play struggles and tops Spokane 4-1 for its 5th win in its past 7 contests.

Nowell’s late free throws lift UW over Seattle 89-84

The Huskies have a difficult time putting away the pesky crosstown-rival Redhawks.

Peyton Brown receives a pass during practice at Arlington High in Arlington on November 16, 2017. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)
Basketball is in the blood of this Arlington senior

Eagles leader Peyton Brown has been hanging around the Arlington gym since she was 5.

Jordan ‘grateful’ for opportunity with Seahawks

The DE has come back from failed drug tests, knee surgeries and being out of the NFL for nearly 3 years.

Most Read