Saturday’s prep basketball scores

BOYS BASKETBALL

4A state regional round

Saturday’s games

Both to Hardwood Classic

At Battle Ground H.S.

Enumclaw 51, Skyview 44

Federal Way 75, Union 65

Winner to Hardwood Classic, loser out

At Jackson H.S.

Glacier Peak 50, Skyline 49

At Auburn Mountainview H.S.

Kamiak 41, Kentwood 38

At North Creek H.S.

Curtis 55, Bothell 41

3A state regional round

Saturday’s games

Both to Hardwood Classic

At Bellevue College

Garfield 88, Wilson 54

At Puyallup H.S.

Lincoln 56, Eastside Catholic 53

At Battle Ground H.S.

Kelso 58, Timberline 51

Winner to Hardwood Classic, loser out

At Battle Ground H.S.

Prairie 65, Arlington 54

At North Creek H.S.

Mount Spokane 72, Marysville Pilchuck 67

At Jackson H.S.

Stanwood 64, Kamiakin 57

At Tumwater H.S.

Seattle Prep 60, North Thurston 51

2A state regional round

Saturday’s games

Both to Hardwood Classic

At Mount Vernon H.S.

Lynden 73, W.F. West 46

At Ellensburg H.S.

Selah 75, Columbia River 69

At Mount Tahoma H.S.

Foss 56, Pullman 44

At W.F. West H.S.

Mark Morris 66, Mountlake Terrace 48

Winner to Hardwood Classic, loser out

At Puyallup Rogers H.S.

North Kitsap 68, Cheney 50

At University H.S.

Liberty 60, West Valley (Spokane) 55

1A state regional round

Saturday’s games

Both to Hardwood Classic

At Mount Vernon H.S.

Lynden Christian 91, Newport 71

At Davis H.S.

Zillah 69, The Northwest School 51

At Ellensburg H.S.

Royal 68, Bellevue Christian 61

Winner to Hardwood Classic, loser out

At Eisenhower H.S.

King’s Way Christian 71, Wahluke 67 (OT)

1B state regional round

Saturday’s games

Both to Hardwood Classic

At Auburn Mountainview H.S.

Muckleshoot Tribal 76, Tacoma Baptist 68

At North Creek H.S.

Odessa 58, Cedar Park Christian (Mountlake Terrace) 41

Winner to Hardwood Classic, loser out

At W.F. West H.S.

Taholah 73, Riverside Christian 57

At Mark Morris H.S.

Naselle 66, Pateros 48

At Jackson H.S.

Tulalip Heritage 66, Pope John Paul II 57

At Pullman H.S.

Mount Rainier Lutheran 57, Garfield-Palouse 55

GIRLS BASKETBALL

4A state regional round

Saturday’s games

Both to Hardwood Classic

At University H.S.

Central Valley 54, Camas 17

At Bellevue College

Eastlake 65, Lake Stevens 49

At Auburn Mountainview H.S.

Kentridge 68, Bellarmine Prep 34

Winner to Hardwood Classic, loser out

At Chiawana H.S.

University 73, Sunnyside 65

3A state regional round

Saturday’s games

Both to Hardwood Classic

At Puyallup H.S.

Lincoln 49, Bethel 48

At Bellevue College

West Seattle 56, Garfield 53

Winner to Hardwood Classic, loser out

At Jackson H.S.

Stanwood 80, Lynnwood 60

At Bellevue College

Shorecrest 43, Cleveland 36

2A state regional round

Saturday’s games

Both to Hardwood Classic

At University H.S.

East Valley (Spokane) 75, White River 62

At Mount Vernon H.S.

Wapato 58, Burlington-Edison 38

At Mount Tahoma H.S.

Archbishop Murphy 50, Port Angeles 36

Winner to Hardwood Classic, loser out

At Battle Ground H.S.

Washougal 55, Fife 38

At Puyallup Rogers H.S.

North Kitsap 52, Renton 42

At Chiawana H.S.

East Valley (Yakima) 55, Prosser 45

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