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The unbeaten Grizzlies drain 12 3-pointers to rally past Sumner for a 57-52 state quarterfinal win.
Their championship hopes are gone, but the Tomahawks can still earn a state trophy
The Tomahawks beat Central Kitsap 63-48 to earn a matchup with Garfield in the quarterfinals.
Basketball, not the coronavirus, was on the minds of the players, coaches and fans in Tacoma
With an array of playmakers and their usual stingy defense, the Grizzlies are state-title contenders.
Glacier Peak, Arlington, Shorecrest and King’s are headed to their respective tournaments.
GP, Pilchuck, Getchell, Terrace, Lakewood and King’s are headed to their respective tournaments.
Since 2010, the GP boys and girls teams have totaled the most state berths of any 4A or 3A school.
Terry Ryan takes over for Sarah Smart, who guided the Timberwolves to 3 state berths in 4 seasons.
Ten local high school basketball teams are headed to either the Tacoma Dome or Yakima Valley SunDome.
The Eagles ride a smothering defense to a 56-32 win over Lake Washington and a Hardwood Classic bye.
The Papermakers netted six 3-pointers during a dominant third-quarter run to secure the victory.
The Chargers advance to the Tacoma Dome with a 54-51 win over Mount Tahoma in a loser-out regional game.
Six local girls basketball teams play state regional matchups Friday or Saturday.
Nine local boys basketball teams play state regional matchups Friday or Saturday.
Local swimmers and relay teams capture five of the 12 championships at a record-setting 4A state meet.
15 local hoops teams will play in state regionals, including four in a quadruple-header at Jackson.
Also, the Mountlake Terrace boys basketball team earned an academic state title.
Fifteen local teams will play Friday or Saturday in the state regional round.
After a heartbreaking runner-up finish last year, Isaac Poole gains redemption with a state title.