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King’s boys beat La Center to finish third in 1A.
The rival programs made their rooting interests known in a showing of citywide support.
The Panthers smothered Wesco rival Edmonds-Wooday for a 45-21 consolation win at the Hardwood Classic.
Both the Grizzlies and Tomahawks clinched state trophies with Hardwood Classic consolation wins.
RaeQuan Battle led the Tomahawks on a late comeback, but their title hopes ended in a quarterfinal loss.
The Warriors face Wesco 3A rival Snohomish on Friday for a spot in Saturday’s trophy round
With a last-minute rally and a buzzer-beater, the Grizzlies stayed alive with a double-overtime win.
Curtis hangs on for a 46-43 victory over the Grizzlies at the Hardwood Classic
6 local girls teams are headed to the Hardwood Classic, including Glacier Peak and its swarming defense.
Jackson and Marysville Pilchuck are among the 5 local boys teams headed to the Hardwood Classic.
Learning from her college-coaching parents, King’s freshman Jada Wynn is experienced beyond her years.
The Panthers top Lake Washington 38-35 to reach the Hardwood Classic for the 3rd time in 4 years.
The Mavs mounted a stunning comeback, but their Cinderella ride ended in a 41-40 state regional loss.
After an improbable district run, the Mavericks are set for their first state appearance since 2009.
Area teams begin their quests for a state championship this weekend.
Glacier Peak, Arlington boys and Meadowdale, King’s girls begin their state tournament journeys.
17 local teams will play in the state regional round Friday or Saturday.
After forcing overtime on a buzzer-beater, the T-Wolves went cold and lost the bi-district title game.
The Grizzlies’ 19-game win streak was snapped with a 64-54 loss in the bi-district title game.
A number of other locals claimed medals at the 3A state swim and dive championships.