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Six players earned all-tournament honors and another was named MVP.
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 Eagles were held to a season-low 36 points in the loss.
The Falcons used a massive third quarter to rout the Grizzlies 63-41 and end their title dreams.
Tyler Linhardt’s jumper with 1.8 seconds remaining lifted the Knights to an overtime victory.
The district announces that all athletic events through April 12 are canceled in response to the outbreak.
The unbeaten Grizzlies drain 12 3-pointers to rally past Sumner for a 57-52 state quarterfinal win.
Hailey Hiatt’s jumper with six seconds remaining lifts the Eagles to a 50-49 state quarterfinal win.
Their championship hopes are gone, but the Tomahawks can still earn a state trophy
Her six 3-pointers spark GP to a win over Chiawana and set up a rematch with No. 1 Woodinville
The Scots beat Capital 51-34 to set up an All-Wesco quarterfinal vs. Arlington.
The Grizzlies survive a miserable first quarter and rally for a 46-40 win over Camas.
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