Edmonds-Woodway head coach Jon Rasmussen celebrates after Bethel’s Tiarra Brown fouls out of the game during the game against Bethel at the 3A Girls Hardwood Classic on Feb. 27 in Tacoma. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Edmonds-Woodway head coach Jon Rasmussen celebrates after Bethel’s Tiarra Brown fouls out of the game during the game against Bethel at the 3A Girls Hardwood Classic on Feb. 27 in Tacoma. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

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Our photographers were out in force covering basketball and put together some incredible galleries, which you can see here:

MP boys mount fourth-quarter rally, fall to O’Dea

Kamiakin overwhelms Snohomish girls in quarterfinals

Top-seeded Prairie knocks off Edmonds-Woodway girls 58-39

Experience gained from loss to aid young Eagles

Edmonds-Woodway girls advance in state tournament

Snohomish beats Seattle Prep, advances in state tournament

Timberwolves’ season ends with a 56-50 defeat

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