State basketball results for Saturday, March 2

Here are the results of Saturday’s state basketball tournament games:

Boys Basketball

4A State Tournament

At Tacoma Dome

Saturday’s 4th/6th place game

Richland 74, Puyallup 66

Saturday’s 3rd/5th place game

Federal Way 95, Curtis 67

Saturday’s championship

Gonzaga Prep 69, Mount Si 43

3A State Tournament

At Tacoma Dome

Saturday’s 4th/6th place game

Marysville Pilchuck 71, Kelso 60

Saturday’s 3rd/5th place game

Eastside Catholic 69, Rainier Beach 53

Saturday’s championship

O’Dea 70, Mount Spokane 39

2A State Tournament

At Yakima Valley SunDome

Saturday’s 4th/6th place game

Clarkston 50, North Kitsap 32

Saturday’s 3rd/5th place game

Renton 61, Pullman 42

Saturday’s championship

Lynden 60, Selah 51

1A State Tournament

At Yakima Valley SunDome

Saturday’s 4th/6th place game

Lynden Christian 78, Bellevue Christian 49

Saturday’s 3rd/5th place game

King’s 68, La Center 56

Saturday’s championship

Zillah 90, King’s Way Christian 68

2B State Tournament

At Spokane Arena

Saturday’s 4th/6th place game

Toledo 52, Lake Roosevelt 25

Saturday’s 3rd/5th place game

Brewster 57, Life Christian 49

Saturday’s championship

Kittitas 79, Saint George’s 51

1B State Tournament

At Spokane Arena

Saturday’s 4th/6th place game

Odessa 63, Oakesdale 45

Saturday’s 3rd/5th place game

Muckleshoot Tribal 66, Almira/Coulee-Hartline 44

Saturday’s championship

Sunnyside Christian 54, Yakama Tribal 45

Girls Basketball

4A State Tournament

At Tacoma Dome

Saturday’s 4th/6th place game

Glacier Peak 58, Central Valley 53

Saturday’s 3rd/5th place game

Kentridge 70, Bellarmine Prep 60

Saturday’s championship

Eastlake 53, Lewis and Clark 47

3A State Tournament

At Tacoma Dome

Saturday’s 4th/6th place game

Snohomish 38, West Seattle 33

Saturday’s 3rd/5th place game

Kamiakin 64, Garfield 58

Saturday’s championship

Prairie 37, Mount Spokane 35

2A State Tournament

At Yakima Valley SunDome

Saturday’s 4th/6th place game

Lynden 57, Black Hills 39

Saturday’s 3rd/5th place game

Clarkston 62, White River 61

Saturday’s championship

Washougal 49, East Valley (Spokane) 40, OT

1A State Tournament

At Yakima Valley SunDome

Saturday’s 4th/6th place game

Bellevue Christian 41, Elma 35

Saturday’s 3rd/5th place game

Cashmere 55, Medical Lake 33

Saturday’s championship

La Salle 56, Lynden Christian 49

2B State Tournament

At Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena

Saturday’s 4th/6th place game

Davenport 60, Saint George’s 39

Saturday’s 3rd/5th place game

Wahkiakum 54, La Conner 43

Saturday’s championship

Tri-Cities Prep 50, Liberty (Spangle) 42

1B State Tournament

At Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena

Saturday’s 4th/6th place game

Sunnyside Christian 45, Mount Vernon Christian 28

Saturday’s 3rd/5th place game

Neah Bay 67, Almira/Coulee-Hartline 56

Saturday’s championship

Colton 51, Pomeroy 43

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