Just 11 days after their bi-district clash, the Wolves return the favor and stymie the Vikings 54-44.
The Seagulls’ milestone season ends with a heartbreaking 53-51 state tournament loss to Hermiston on a last-second shot.
The Eagles rout Kelso 76-45 in a state regional and earn a bye into next week’s state quarterfinals.
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The Eagles lose 57-48 to Cusick and fall one win short of their first-ever Hardwood Classic trip.
The Seagulls dropped 5 straight early in the season, but have won 10 of 12 since heading into a regional game vs. Hermiston.
Seven local high school girls basketball teams play in the state regional round Friday or Saturday.
Athletes honored in boys and girls basketball and boys and girls wrestling.
Fourteen local teams are headed to state, which begins this week with play-in and regional games.
The Panthers use their size advantage to beat the Hawks 50-28 in a loser-out playoff game.
The Eagles beat the Spartans 52-39, but both teams will advance to the state tournament.
Mae and Alana Washington combine to score 32 points in the Seagulls’ 51-31 winner-to-state, loser-out win.
Nisa Ellis hits a go-ahead jumper to lift the short-handed Vikings to a 48-46 bi-district semifinal win.
The Eagles withstand a furious rally by the Seagulls to win 59-51 and advance to the 3A District 1 title game.
Vivienne Berrett poured in 27 points and the Spartans advanced to the 3A District 1 title game.
There have already been some surprises. And the action heats up this week, with state berths at stake.
The Seagulls advanced to the 3A District 1 Tournament semifinals with a 66-37 win on Friday night.
Seven local teams receive top-10 rankings in the final AP basketball polls of the season.
The Arlington and Mariner boys clinch league titles, the Lake Stevens boys save their season, and more.
After a massive breakthrough last spring, the Lady Turks have taken another step forward this season.