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State basketball roundup for Friday, Feb. 23

State basketball roundup for Friday, Feb. 23:

(Note for coaches/scorekeepers: To report results and statistics, email sports@heraldnet.com. Please report results by 10:30 p.m.)

BOYS BASKETBALL

CLASS 4A

Opening round

Winner to quarterfinals, loser to round of 12

Davis 65, Glacier Peak 54

SHORELINE — The fourth-seeded Grizzlies were knocked into the round of 12 with the loss to the fifth-seeded Pirates at Shorewood High School.

Jayce Nelson and Reed Nagel each scored 13 points to lead Glacier Peak (22-3), which faces 13th-seeded Camas in the round of 12 at 7:15 p.m. Wednesday at the Tacoma Dome.

Cesar Hernandez scored 16 points and Brandon Lee added 15 for Davis (22-2), which earned a bye into Thursday’s quarterfinals.

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Winner to round of 12, loser out

Jackson 55, Puyallup 48

SHORELINE — The 10th-seeded Timberwolves kept their season alive with the victory over the 15th-seeded Vikings at Shorewood High School.

Trey Hawkins scored 19 points and Ryan Mcferran added 10 points and 13 rebounds despite foul trouble for Jackson (17-9), which advanced to face the loser of Saturday’s game between second-seeded Tahoma and seventh-seeded Richland in the round of 12 at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Tacoma Dome.

Puyallup concluded its season 16-11.

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CLASS 3A

Second Round

Winner to quarterfinals, loser to round of 12

O’Dea 59, Mountlake Terrace 57

BELLEVUE — The fifth-seeded Hawks dropped a heartbreaker as the Fighting Irish’s Malcolm Clark scored a layup at the buzzer to give fourth-seeded O’Dea the victory at Bellevue College.

Jaxon Dubiel scored 21 points and Zaveon Jones added 14 for Mountlake Terrace (21-3), which faces the winner of Saturday’s game between 12th-seeded Mount Vernon and 13th-seeded Todd Beamer in the round of 12 at 12:15 p.m. Wednesday at the Tacoma Dome.

O’Dea (18-9) earned a bye into Thursday’s quarterfinals.

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GIRLS BASKETBALL

CLASS 4A

Opening round

Winner to round of 12, loser out

Lake Stevens 47, Skyview 33

ARLINGTON — Keira Tupua scored 11 of her 14 points in the second half as the ninth-seeded Vikings earned a trip to the Tacoma Dome with their victory over the 16th-seeded Storm at Arlington High School.

Nisa Ellis added 10 points and 10 rebounds for Lake Stevens (19-4), which faces the loser of Saturday’s game between top-seeded Camas and eighth-seeded Gonzaga Prep at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the round of 12.

Skyview finished its season 15-10.

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CLASS 3A

Second round

Winner to quarterfinals, loser to round of 12

Arlington 48, Auburn 45

AUBURN — Samara Morrow scored 24 points, including a pair of clinching free throws with one second remaining, and the fifth-seeded Eagles earned a bye into the quarterfinals with the victory over the fourth-seeded Trojans.

Arlington (21-3), which held on after leading 45-37 with less than a minute remaining, faces the winner between third-seeded Snohomish and 11th-seeded Kennewick in the quarterfinals at 3:45 p.m. Thursday at the Tacoma Dome.

Auburn (23-3), which lost for the first time in 2024, faces the winner of Saturday’s game between 12th-seeded Everett and 20th-seeded Seattle Prep in the round of 12 at 7:15 p.m. Wednesday at the Tacoma Dome.

Garfield 46, Snohomish 40

ARLINGTON — The Panthers rallied after falling behind by as many as 13, but they were unable to unseat the defending state-champion Bulldogs at Arlington High School.

Tyler Gildersleeve-Stiles and Addyson Gallatin scored 12 points apiece for Snohomish (17-6), which dropped into the round of 12. The Panthers face 11th-seeded Kennewick at 3:45 p.m. Wednesday at the Tacoma Dome.

Katie Fiso scored 22 points as Garfield (18-3) advanced to Thursday’s quarterfinals.

CLASS 2A

Opening round

Winner to quarterfinals, loser to round of 12

Archbishop Murphy 58, W.F. West 55

CHEHALIS — The sixth-seeded Wildcats earned a bye into the quarterfinals with the victory over the third-seeded Bearcats.

Archbishop Murphy (20-5) plays at 12:15 p.m. Thursday in Yakima against one of fourth-seeded Prosser, fifth-seeded Clarkson, 12th-seeded Enumclaw or 13th-seeded Mark Morris.

W.F. West (20-4) plays the winner of Saturday’s game between 14th-seeded West Valley (Spokane) and 11th-seeded Port Angeles at 9 a.m. Wednesday in Yakima.

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