Familiar foes Glacier Peak and Lake Stevens met in the 4A District 1 high school girls basketball championship Thursday, Feb. 15, 2018 at Everett Community College. In a close contest, the Lake Stevens Vikings withstood a would-be charge by nailing its free throws in the final minutes and defeating Glacier Peak Grizzlies 55-48. Video by: Ben Watanabe / The Herald

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