Lynnwood’s Nakia Boston (center) grabs a pass as teammates Rachel Walsh (left) and Katelyn Kesinger (right) go through a drill behind her during a practice at the school on Thursday, Feb. 22. (Ian Terry / The Herald)

Lynnwood’s Nakia Boston (center) grabs a pass as teammates Rachel Walsh (left) and Katelyn Kesinger (right) go through a drill behind her during a practice at the school on Thursday, Feb. 22. (Ian Terry / The Herald)

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