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State basketball consolation roundup for Friday, March 4

The Terrace boys and Murphy, Snohomish and Stanwood girls advanced to Saturday’s placing games.

Four Snohomish County teams clinched state trophies with consolation-bracket victories in their respective state tournaments Friday.

The Mountlake Terrace boys and Archbishop Murphy, Snohomish and Stanwood girls will all play in fourth/sixth-place games Saturday.

Below are roundups from Friday’s Hardwood Classic consolation contests in Tacoma and Yakima:

BOYS

3A HARDWOOD CLASSIC

Mountlake Terrace 73, Gig Harbor 71

TACOMA — Vito Mkrtychyan hit a game-winning shot with 9 seconds left and ninth-seeded Mountlake Terrace stormed back from down 16 in the first quarter to topple sixth-seeded Gig Harbor at the Tacoma Dome.

Jeffrey Anyimah sank a pair of free throws to put Terrace up 71-68 with 41 seconds left. Gig Harbor tied it on a 3-pointer and Mkrtychyan’s game-winner followed.

Terrace outscored the Tides 38-25 in the second half behind a strong shooting performance. The Hawks hit 4 of 9 3-pointers (44.4%), 14 of 25 field goals (56.0%) and 6 of 7 free throws (85.7%) in the final two quarters.

Anyimah shot 11 of 13 from the free-throw line and poured in 26 points, Zaveon Jones added 15 points, Chris Meegan had 11 points, six rebounds and four assists and Jaxon Dubiel chipped in 10 points for the Hawks (20-3).

Terrace, which clinched its first state trophy since 2013, advances to face top-seeded Garfield in the fourth/sixth-place game Saturday at 8 a.m.

Luke Browne scored 26 points and Will Landram added 17 to lead Gig Harbor (23-4).

GIRLS

4A HARDWOOD CLASSIC

Camas 54, Lake Stevens 39

TACOMA — Ninth-seeded Camas set a 4A Girls Hardwood Classic single-game record with 12 made 3-pointers and the hot-shooting Papermakers ended fourth-seeded Lake Stevens’ season at the Tacoma Dome.

Camas shot 44.4% from beyond the arc while holding the Vikings to just 21.1% (4 of 19) from 3-point range to offset 18 turnovers.

It was another tough offensive day for Lake Stevens in Tacoma. The Vikings averaged just 38.3 points per game and failed to reach 40 points for the second time in three contests.

Reagan Jamison led a balanced Camas offense with 10 points and added nine rebounds. Riley Sanz, Ava Smith and Keirra Thompson each added eight points. Eight different Papermakers made at least one 3.

Camas surpassed the previous single-game 3-point record of 11 set by Glacier Peak in 2020.

Camas (18-9) advanced to face seventh-seeded Richland in the fourth/sixth-place game Saturday at 8 a.m.

Chloe Pattison hit all six of her free-throw attempts and led Lake Stevens with 11 points. Cori Wilcox chipped in eight points and six rebounds and Nisa Ellis and Baylor Thomas added six points apiece.

The Vikings, who graduate seniors Pattison, Wilcox, Thomas, Camille Jentzsch and Melanie Delestrez, finished the season at 20-6.

3A HARDWOOD CLASSIC

Stanwood 67, Hermiston 57

TACOMA — Seventh-seeded Stanwood knocked down nine 3-pointers in the first half and raced out to a 47-31 halftime lead en route to a victory over 14th-seeded Hermiston at the Tacoma Dome.

The Spartans delivered a scorching start while connecting on 9 of 17 shots (52.9%) from beyond the arc and 17 of 33 from the field (51.5%) in the first half.

Stanwood outrebounded the Bulldogs 49-37 while holding a 19-5 advantage on second-chance points.

Vivienne Berrett posted her second double-double of the tournament with 14 points and 14 rebounds. Eight more Spartans (14-6) scored, including 13 points from Tatum Brager, 11 from Cezanne DePew and nine apiece from Ava Cook and Grace Walker. Cook added eight rebounds.

Stanwood, which clinched its first state trophy since 2018, advanced to face fifth-seeded Snohomish in the fourth/sixth-place game Saturday at 9:30 a.m. A win would give the Spartans their best finish at the state tournament in program history.

Katelyn Heideman and Izzy Simmons each scored 20 points to pace Hermiston, which ended its season at 17-12.

Snohomish 81, Lakeside 56

TACOMA — Fifth-seeded Snohomish tied the 3A Girls Hardwood Classic single-game with record with 12 made 3-pointers on its way to a thrashing of ninth-seeded Lakeside at the Tacoma Dome.

Jada Andresen sank 5 of 11 from beyond the arc and Cheyenne Rodgers made 4 of 7 as the Panthers shot 12 for 23 from 3-point range (52.2%) and 30 of 51 from the field (58.8%) as a team.

Snohomish (17-5) outscored the Lions 24-3 in the second quarter on its way to a 41-15 halftime lead.

Ella Gallatin poured in a game-high 28 points on an efficient 11-of-15 performance from the field for Snohomish. The standout senior added six rebounds, four assists, and four steals. Rodgers finished with 18 points and four assists, Andresen had 17 points and Tyler Gildersleeve-Stiles added nine points and seven rebounds.

The Panthers, who clinched their fourth state trophy in the past six full-length seasons, face seventh-seeded Stanwood in the fourth/sixth-place game at 9:30 a.m. Saturday

Mia Broom scored 17 points, Claire O’Connor had 15 points and Hannah Dickinson added 12 points and seven rebounds for Lakeside, which finished the season at 19-7.

2A HARDWOOD CLASSIC

Archbishop Murphy 42, Washougal 41

YAKIMA — Taylor Reed hit back-to-back 3-pointers in the fourth quarter to give fifth-seeded Archbishop Murphy the lead for good as the Wildcats held off seventh-seeded Washougal in a 2A Hardwood Classic consolation bracket contest at the Yakima Valley SunDome.

Reed’s triples put the Wildcats up 39-35 with 5:45 remaining. Washougal cut Murphy’s lead to 42-41 on a basket by Carissa De La Rocha with 23 seconds left and the Wildcats missed the front end of a one-and-one to leave the door open for the Panthers. But Washougal couldn’t get a contested shot to fall.

Reed scored 13 points, Ava Marr added 12 points and five rebounds and Taylor Campbell had seven points for the Wildcats (15-7).

Murphy, which clinched its first state trophy since 2010, advanced to the fourth/sixth-place game to face third-seeded Hudson’s Bay at 8 a.m. Saturday

Jaiden Bea led Washougal (17-7) with 14 points and 13 rebounds and Savea Mansfield chipped in 13 points.

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