Glacier Peak’s Jo Lee (2) goes up for a shot during a Class 4A semifinal game against Richland on March 1 at the Tacoma Dome in Tacoma. Lee was named to 4A all-tournament second team. (Annie Barker / The Herald)

Glacier Peak’s Jo Lee (2) goes up for a shot during a Class 4A semifinal game against Richland on March 1 at the Tacoma Dome in Tacoma. Lee was named to 4A all-tournament second team. (Annie Barker / The Herald)

Five locals named to state basketball all-tournament teams

Everett senior Alana Washington and King’s sophomore Kaleo Anderson led the way with first-team selections.

Five local basketball players earned all-tournament honors after their performances at the Hardwood Classics last week.

Everett senior Alana Washington was selected to the Class 3A girls first team after averaging 22.5 points, 7.5 rebounds and 3.3 steals over four games. She helped lead the 12th-seeded Seagulls to a sixth-place trophy and their first quarterfinal appearance since 1983.

King’s sophomore Kaleo Anderson earned a 1A girls first-team selection after averaging 26.6 points, 9.3 rebounds, four steals and 2.3 assists over three games. Her efforts helped advance the fourth-seeded Knights to the quarterfinals.

Snohomish junior Tyler Gildersleeve-Stiles was selected to the 3A girls second team after averaging 13 points, 8.5 rebounds and four assists. She helped lead the third-seeded Panthers to the semifinals and a fifth-place trophy, which was the program’s fifth top-five finish since 2015.

Glacier Peak junior Jo Lee received a 4A boys second-team selection after averaging 16.8 points, 4.3 rebounds and 1.3 assists over four games. He helped lead the fourth-seeded Grizzlies to the state semifinals and a program-best third-place trophy, which included late heroics in the Glacier Peak’s quarterfinal win over third-seeded Gonzaga Prep.

Mountlake Terrace senior Jaxon Dubiel was selected to the Class 3A boys second team after averaging 19 points, 5.3 rebounds, three steals and 2.3 assists over four games. He helped lead the fifth-seeded Hawks to the quarterfinals and a win over third-seeded Garfield for the team’s fourth-place trophy.

Teams were voted on by courtside media members for the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association championships.

Below are the teams for tournaments with local selections:

4A Boys

First Team

Trevor Hennig, sr., Mount Si (MVP)

Lucas Westerfield, sr., Richland

Blake Forrest, sr., Mount Si

Demaree Collins, sr., Skyview

Finnegan Anderson, sr., Davis

Second Team

Jo Lee, jr., Glacier Peak

Latt Ford, soph., Mount Si

Joshua Woodard, sr., Richland

Adam Davis, sr., Tahoma

Cesar Hernandez, jr., Davis

3A Boys

First Team

Jacob Cofie, sr., Eastside Catholic (MVP)

Kaden Powers, jr., Rainier Beach

Ryan Lafferty, sr., Mt. Spokane

Yabi Aklog, soph., Eastside Catholic

Malcolm Clark, sr., O’Dea

Second Team

Jaxon Dubiel, sr., Mountlake Terrace

Omarion Boston, sr., Lincoln

Nyale Robinson, jr., Rainier Beach

Eli Williams, sr., North Central

Legend Smiley, jr., Garfield

3A Girls

First Team

Katie Fiso, sr., Garfield (MVP)

Teryn Gardner, sr., Mead

Mia Broom, sr., Lakeside of Seattle

Alana Washington, sr., Everett

Jazmyn Shipp, sr., Bonney Lake

Second Team

Tyler Gildersleeve-Stiles, jr., Snohomish

Addison Wells-Morrison, soph., Mead

Soraya Ogaldez, jr., North Thurston

Sarah Lessig, jr., Garfield

Grace Lee, jr., North Thurston

1A Girls

First Team

Devin Coppinger, sr., Nooksack Valley (MVP)

Ashlan Bryant, fr., Deer Park

Trin Wheeler, jr., Wapato

Grace Hintz, jr., Lynden Christian

Kaleo Anderson, soph., King’s

Second Team

Tana Hoekama, sr., Nooksack Valley

Brianna Talley, sr., Cashmere

Kobe Johnson, fr., Wapato

Avery Haff, sr., Lakeside

Brooklyn Coe, jr., Deer Park

Rylee Darnold, sr., Lakeside

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