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Four high school sporting events to keep your eye on this week
Kelsey Bassett overcame a back injury and is looking to add a pole-vault title to a state diving crown.
Lake Stevens’ Roe and Mountlake Terrace’s Bach are looking to defend their state titles
Heidi Davis’ 2-run single gave the Warriors over the Hawks to open the Wesco 3A schedule.
The Gonzaga-bound senior star keyed Lake Stevens’ breakthrough season.
Here are some prep sports events to keep an eye on this week.
Kamiak’s senior point guard is the area’s top player for the 2nd straight season.
The school decided to make the move for the next two seasons due to low participation numbers.
The Wildcats dominate in the first half, but struggle in the second half and lose 64-52.
The Spartans run out of steam late and lose 46-40 and will face West Seattle in the 3rd/5th place game.
After reaching their first-ever state quarterfinals, the Knights’ run ended with a consolation-game loss
The Spartans knock off the top-seeded Abes 49-39 and will face No. 3 Garfield in the semifinals.
The seventh-seeded Vikings finish their season with a 19-5 record
Bobby Martin scores 27 points and junior Evan Mannes adds 18 for the Grizzlies in 68-67 loss.
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The Hawks have fought past adversity during their path to Wednesday’s first-round game in Yakima.
The Spartans win 80-60 and advance to play in the Tacoma Dome for the second straight season.
Senior Bobby Martin scores with 4.3 seconds to play and the Grizzlies hang on to win 50-49 to advance.