SPOKANE— Five players from Almira Coulee Hartline scored in double figures to lead the Warriors to a victory over Tulalip Heritage at the Class 1B state tournament in the Spokane Arena.
The loss ended the season for the Lady Hawks (23-3). Almira Coulee Hartline (21-4) plays Tahola on Saturday for fourth and sixth places.
Gabi Isak (16), Tiffany Boutain (13), Brenna Oliver (12), Berlyn Hunt (11) and Caitlin O’Neil (10) all scored in double figures for the Warriors.
By contrast, only one Tulalip Heritage player scored in double figures — Adiya Jones with 27 points. Her sister, Aliya Jones, added nine points.
T. Heritage 8 14 11 10 —43
ACH 18 12 17 17 —64
Tulalip Heritage—Myrna Red Leaf 0, Adiya Jones 27, Aliya Jones 9, Michelle Lukes 0, Keryn Parks 5, Desirae Williams 2, Cyena Fryberg 0. Almira Coulee Hartline—Tiffany Boutain 13, Brenna Oliver 12, Berlyn Hunt 11, Gabi Isaak 16, Kara Oliver 0, Kenadee Loomis 0, Emma Dingman 0, Mikayla Rushton 2, Rachel Bresee 0, Caitlin O’Neil 10. Records—Tulalip Heritage 23-3, Almira Coulee Hartline 21-4
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