WIBCA All-State games results

Here are results from the Washington Interscholastic Basketball Coaches Association All-State boys basketball games from over the weekend. Arlington’s Terry Dawn scored 10 points in the Class 4A’s win over 3A, which was helped by Shorewood’s Josh Hawkinson (12 points) and Mountlake Terrace’s Blake Fernandez (7 points).

CLASS 4A 108, CLASS 3A 107

Class 4A 27 27 27 27—108

Class 3A 32 32 22 21—107

4A—Berger 14, Terry Dawn 10, Lee 7, Robinson 13, Callendret 10, Meikle 9, Tucker 7, Copp 8, Rehkow 5, Williams 25. 3A—Clyde 13, Blake Fernandez 7, Hennings 4, Bailey 5, Dorsey 12, Fletcher 20, Johnson 13, Ball 13, Josh Hawkinson 12, Rasmussen 8.

CLASS 2A 92, CLASS 1A 83

Class 1A 20 16 30 17—83

Class 2A 22 31 16 23—92

Class 1A—Rakoz 5, Shier 7, Caleb Taylor 6, Amsel 6, Reimer 4, Slack 4, Trafelet 10, McElroy 11, Scholten 4, Spencer 17, Wall 9. Class 2A—Brill 2, Langerveld 12, Shine 30, Wade 16, Brocklesby 6, Peake 6, Wallace 10, Strock 5, Yost 5.

CLASS 2B 94, CLASS 1B 89

Class 1B 20 24 25 20—89

Class 2B 19 29 19 27—94

Class 1B—Findley 11, DJ Kidd 10, Broersma 9, Cline 6, Howell 6, Kieffer 11, Brouwer 9, Eun 3, Irias 4, Kirkwood 4. Class 2B—Carte-Bisbee 8, Blix 5, Morgan 2, Ellis 13, Howlett 11, Novak 20, Garrett 12, Likkel 13, Zurfluh 10.

More in Sports

RPI has changed way hoops coaches approach non-league games

The implementation of RPI for state-tourney seeding has local basketball coaches thinking differently.

Everett’s Dustin Wolf stops a shot Saturday night at the Angels of the Winds Arena in Everett on December 16, 2017. (Kevin Clark / The Daily Herald)
Sivertips bounce back, rout Cougars 4-0

Dustin Wolf notches his first career shutout as Everett rebounds from a loss to beat Prince George.

How might NHL team in Seattle impact Silvertips?

A look at local reaction to the possibility of the NHL coming to Seattle.

Seahawks ditch ‘every game is the same’ mantra for Rams showdown

Seattle hosts first-place Los Angeles in what is essentially the NFC West championship game on Sunday.

Freshmen contributing for UW men’s basketball team

Mike Hopkins likes what he’s seen from his freshmen through… Continue reading

Saturday’s prep scores, recaps

BOYS BASKETBALL Neah Bay 61, Darrington 55 Bellingham 77, Sultan 55 Interlake… Continue reading

Saturday’s stars of the night

Peter Kim, Anthony Armad, Kamiak wrestling Kim and Armad, both seniors, helped… Continue reading

Friday’s prep basketball scores, recaps

Girls teams get defensive in decisive victories.

Glacier Peak’s Makayla Guerra attempts a shot past Jackson’s Sydney Carter Friday night at Glacier Peak High School in Snohomish on December 15, 2017. Glacier Peak won 63-46. (Kevin Clark / The Daily Herald)
New-look Glacier Peak girls basketball beats Jackson 63-46

The Grizzlies are starting to find their footing after losing three stars to graduation from last season.

Most Read