Snohomish’s Ella Gallatin shoots over Bonney Lake’s Brooke Mansfield during a Class 3A Hardwood Classic game in Tacoma on March 2. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Snohomish’s Ella Gallatin shoots over Bonney Lake’s Brooke Mansfield during a Class 3A Hardwood Classic game in Tacoma on March 2. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Five locals named to state basketball all-tournament teams

Terrace’s Zaveon Jones and Snohomish’s Ella Gallatin led the way with first-team selections.

Five Snohomish County basketball players earned all-tournament honors for their performances at Hardwood Classics last week.

Mountlake Terrace sophomore Zaveon Jones was selected to the Class 3A boys first team after averaging 18 points, 6.3 rebounds and 1.8 steals over four games. He led the tournament in total points scored with 72 and helped the ninth-seeded Hawks to a sixth-place trophy.

Snohomish senior Ella Gallatin led a trio of Wesco 3A girls honorees with a first-team nod in the 3A girls tournament. Gallatin posted 17.8 points, 7.3 rebounds, 3.5 assists and 2.5 steals per contest over four games as the fifth-seeded Panthers earned a fourth-place trophy. Her 69 total points led the tournament.

Arlington junior Jenna Villa and Stanwood junior Vivienne Berrett each garnered second-team selections in the 3A girls tournament. Villa, whose third-seeded Eagles secured a third-place trophy, averaged 16.3 points, seven rebounds, 3.3 assists, 1.7 blocks and 1.7 steals over three games. Berrett, whose seventh-seeded Spartans earned a sixth-place trophy, averaged 11.5 points, 9.5 rebounds, 1.8 assists and 1.3 blocks over four games.

Archbishop Murphy freshman Ava Marr was named to the 2A girls second team. Marr posted 15.6 points, 5.3 rebounds, 1.3 assists and one steal per contest over three games while helping the fifth-seeded Wildcats to a fourth-place trophy. Marr shot 58.1% (18 of 31) from the field for the tournament.

Teams were voted on by media members.

Below are the teams for tournaments that Snohomish County teams participated in:

4A Boys

First Team

Zoom Diallo,Curtis (MVP)

Tyler Bilodeau,Kamiakin

Jayden Stevens,Gonzaga Prep

Yanni Fassilis, Union

Blake Forrest, Mount Si

Second Team

Parker Gerrits, Olympia

Quin Patterson, Mount Si

Miles Heide, Mount Si

Tyce Paulsen, Curtis

Dylan Darling, Central Valley

Received votes: Andres Engholm, Olympia; Carson Talbert, Tahoma; Bryson Metz, Union; Trent Williams, Curtis; Joshua Wood, Graham-Kapowsin; Cinque Maxwell, Curtis; Peter Dress, Kamiakin; Trey Arland, Kamiakin; Bennett O’Connor, Mount Si; Devin Whitten, Curtis.

4A Girls

First Team

Tatum Thompson, Woodinville (MVP)

Veronica Sheffey, Woodinville

Reagan Jamison, Camas

Aly Deaver, Sumner

Caitlyn Deaver, Sumner

Second Team

Kylee Fox, Richland

Taija Mackey, Pasco

Tatum Wood, Eastlake

Brooke Beresford, Woodinville

Ava Schmidt, Eastlake

Received votes: Mya Groce, Pasco; Lainee Houillon, Sumner; Kali Haizlip, Emerald Ridge; Kendall Mairs, Camas; Camille Jentzsch, Lake Stevens.

3A Boys

First Team

Josh Connerly, Rainier Beach (MVP)

Dae’Kwon Watson, Auburn

Kaden Hansen, Auburn

Tre Blassingame, Auburn

Zaveon Jones, Mountlake Terrace

Second Team

Jaylin Stewart, Garfield

Tyler Mrus, Seattle Prep

Maverick Sanders, Mt. Spokane

Nahmier Robinson, Rainier Beach

Maleek Arlington, Auburn

Received votes: DeMar Johnson, Rainier Beach; Jeffrey Anyimah, Mountlake Terrace; Braeden Smith, Seattle Prep; Jacob Cofie, Eastside Catholic; Brooklyn Hicks, Timberline; Koren Johnson, Garfield; Luke Browne, Gig Harbor; Will Landrum, Gig Harbor.

Mountlake Terrace’s Zaveon Jones goes up for a shot with Timberline’s Alex Tichenor trailing during a Class 3A Hardwood Classic game March 2 in Tacoma. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Mountlake Terrace’s Zaveon Jones goes up for a shot with Timberline’s Alex Tichenor trailing during a Class 3A Hardwood Classic game March 2 in Tacoma. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

3A Girls

First Team

Malia Samuels, Garfield (MVP)

Elise Hani, Lake Washington

Katie Fiso, Garfield

Claire O’Connor, Lakeside

Ella Gallatin, Snohomish

Second Team

Vivienne Berrett, Stanwood

Jenna Villa, Arlington

Teryn Gardner, Mead

Izzy Simmons, Hermiston

Rosa Smith, Lake Washington

Received votes: Rae Butler, Lake Washington; Jada Andresen, Snohomish; Jazmyn Shipp, Bonney Lake; Cheyenne Rodgers, Snohomish; Mia Broom, Lakeside (Seattle); Bailey Young, Hermiston.

Arlington’s Jenna Villa looks for an open teammate after stealing the ball during Class 3A Hardwood Classic semifinal game against Garfield on March 4 in Tacoma. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Arlington’s Jenna Villa looks for an open teammate after stealing the ball during Class 3A Hardwood Classic semifinal game against Garfield on March 4 in Tacoma. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

2A Boys

First Team

Anthony Canales, Lynden

Jaedyn Brown, Pullman

Jans La Tour, North Kitsap

Jordan Metcalf, Lynden

Grayson Hunt, Pullman

Second Team

Aaron Ofstun, R.A. Long

Xander Maestas, Port Angeles

Luke Brewer, Tumwarter

Jon Vaara, Port Angeles

Cade Orness, North Kitsap

2A Girls

First Team

Dylan Philip, Ellensburg (MVP)

Sydney Risner, Burlington-Edison

Halle Wright, Prosser

Mahalia Harrison, Hudson’s Bay

Drea Brumfield, W.F. West

Second Team

Amey Rainaud, Burlington-Edison

Chloe DeHaro, West Valley-Spokane

Olivia Anderson, Ellensburg

Katie Clume, Ellensburg

Ava Marr, Archbishop Murphy

Aniyah Hampton, Hudson’s Bay

Jaiden Bea, Washougal

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