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The Knights outlasted Lynden Christian in overtime for their third championship in six seasons.
The Grizzlies and Eagles both claimed third-place trophies after falling in Friday’s state semifinals.
The Grizzlies went scoreless for the entire 1st quarter and saw their title dreams end in a 62-49 loss.
The unbeaten Grizzlies drain 12 3-pointers to rally past Sumner for a 57-52 state quarterfinal win.
Their championship hopes are gone, but the Tomahawks can still earn a state trophy
The Tomahawks beat Central Kitsap 63-48 to earn a matchup with Garfield in the quarterfinals.
Basketball, not the coronavirus, was on the minds of the players, coaches and fans in Tacoma
The Chargers fall 73-52 in the program’s first-ever game at the 3A Hardwood Classic
With an array of playmakers and their usual stingy defense, the Grizzlies are state-title contenders.
GP, Pilchuck, Getchell, Terrace, Lakewood and King’s are headed to their respective tournaments.
Since 2010, the GP boys and girls teams have totaled the most state berths of any 4A or 3A school.
The Grizzlies received 42% of the vote among the 10 local prep basketball teams headed to state.
Ten local high school basketball teams are headed to either the Tacoma Dome or Yakima Valley SunDome.
Ten local teams are taking part in the high school state basketball tournaments this week.
The loss sends the Tomahawks to a first-round game on Wednesday at the Class 3A Hardwood Classic.
The undefeated Grizzlies roll to a 69-43 win and cement their status as a 4A championship contender.
The senior-laden Cougars beat Franklin Pierce 53-49 in a loser-out, regional-round game on Saturday.
The Hawks fell to the Lions for the second time in 11 days but will still head to the Hardwood Classic.
The Chargers advance to the Tacoma Dome with a 54-51 win over Mount Tahoma in a loser-out regional game.
The Grizzlies were handed their biggest loss since 2016.