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Jesse Hoiby | Jackson | Boys Basketball

Hoiby, a senior point guard, scored a season-high 24 points and added four steals Thursday in the Timberwolves’ 56-50 victory over Woodinville in a winner-to-state, loser-out 4A Wes-King Bi-District Tournament game.

Kiley Hubby | Lake Stevens | Girls Wrestling

Hubby, a senior, won her second state championship, capturing the girls 170-pound division Saturday at Mat Classic XXXII in Tacoma. Hubby won her first championship as a sophomore while wrestling for Glacier Peak.

Allison DeBerry | Arlington | Girls Basketball

DeBerry, a senior guard, scored 11 points off the bench, including a buzzer-beating jumper to end the third quarter, as the Eagles clinched a 3A state regional berth with a 55-46 win over Ferndale on Feb. 18 in a Class 3A Northwest District Tournament semifinal.

Matthew King | Glacier Peak | Boys Swimming

King, a senior, recorded state-record times in winning the 50-yard freestyle and 100 freestyle Saturday at the Class 4A state championships in Federal Way. King finished the 50 freestyle in 19.81 seconds and the 100 freestyle in 43.24.

Malakhi Knight | Marysville Getchell | Boys Basketball

Knight, a junior guard, shot 8-of-12 from the field, scored 22 points and grabbed 14 rebounds Saturday as the Chargers clinched their first-ever trip to the regional round of the state tournament with a 50-40 victory over Meadowdale in a Class 3A Northwest District Tournament contest. On Wednesday, Knight scored 41 points as the Chargers beat Arlington 77-70 to stay alive in the tournament.

Caleb Rivera | Darrington | Boys Basketball

Rivera, a junior post/wing, scored 28 points as the Loggers topped Auburn Adventist 49-47 in a 2B Tri-District Tournament game Saturday. The win earned Darrington a berth in the state regionals.

Alex Rapelje | Edmonds-Woodway | Boys Wrestling

Rapelje, a sophomore, earned a 4-2 decision over Prairie’s Jason Wilcox to claim the Class 3A boys 138-pound title Saturday at Mat Classic XXXII in Tacoma.

Chanel Siva | Stanwood | Girls Wrestling

Siva, a senior, collected her second state championship, winning the girls 235-pound division Saturday at Mat Classic XXXII in Tacoma. Siva won the same weight class last year.

Cayden and Alivia White | Marysville Pilchuck | Wrestling

Cayden, a senior, and Alivia, a freshman, became just the third brother-sister duo to win state wrestling championships on the same night. Cayden captured the Class 3A boys 182-pound final Saturday at Mat Classic XXXII. A few minutes later, Alivia won the girls 190-pound title.


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