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Foss 82, Woodland 45
Prosser 73, Centralia 58
Selah 100, Mark Morris 90 (2OT)
Olympic 56, Lynden 47
Anacortes 69, Wapato 35
Pullman 81, North Kitsap 57
Lindbergh 58, Kingston 43
Mountlake Terrace 60, Clover Park 52
Black Hills 52, ArchBishop Murphy 43
(Lacey, WA) The #1 ranked Black Hills Wolves were certainly challenged by 8th ranked ArchBishop Murphy but the Wolves would put the game away late ensuring the Wolves a place in the quarterfinals on Thursday in Yakima and will advance direct to the double elimination portion of the tourney.
Black Hills would play this games in runs and quickly built a 15-6 lead and led 18-11 after 1. The Cats Maddie Hill hit a big 3 ball at the buzzer to close the gap from 10 to 7. Hill would hit another and then a 2 and from the last second shot of the 1st quarter to the 6:41 mark of the 2nd ABM would go on a 10-1 run and pull within 1 trailing 19-18.
Lindsay Nurmi would snap that streak with a 2, Emma Duff would hit her 2nd 3 and added another bucket while Maisy Williams scored 3 of her 9 in this stretch and at the half Black Hills led 29-22.
Nurmi would score to open the 3rd quarter and then Duff went to town beginning with 2 free throws which happened to be her 399th and 400th point of the season. She eclipsed the 1,000 mark for her career much earlier in the season. Duff then hit for 7 more giving her 9 in the quarter and Black Hills built a 44-30 lead after 3.
The Wildcats were not finished and would not go quietly as they rallied in the 4th quarter. Hill, Julia Lucas, Olivia Riojas and Emily Rodabaugh would all chip in on a 13 point quarter and pulled within 4 points with 1:56 to play. Our play of the game then was turned in by the Wolves Taylor Patti hitting a shot pushing the lead back to 6 with 1:38 to play and ABM could not get any closer.
Black Hills will next play on Thursday in Yakima against the winner of the East Valley of Spokane vs Wapato loser out game that will be played on Wednesday. ArchBishop Murphy will have to play on Wednesday in a loser out against Prosser.
Our Tommy Lowe of the Greene Realty Group Players of the Game were Emma Duff for Black Hills and Maddie Hill for ABM and our ProActive Physical Therapy Play of the Game went to Taylor Patti hitting a shot late in the game pushing the difference back to 6 which the Wildcats would not get closer.
Black Hills:Emma Duff 25, Maisy Williams 10, Lindsay Nurmi 8, Taylor Patti 4, Megan River 3, Rachel LaBelle 2
ArchBishop Murphy: Maddie Hill 14, Emily Rodabaugh 9, Julia Lucas 7, Olivia Riojas 6, Megan Dorney 4, Lexi Ducheane 3
WF West 69, Wapato 50
(Tumwater, WA) The Bearcats pulled away in the 2nd half and had a solid outing from several but Erika Brumfield stood out with a huge double-double leading the Bearcats in scoring with 18 and rebounds with 15. The Cats had to work tho to secure the win after leading at halftime by just 6, 31-25.
In the 2nd half a team effort on offense continued as 4 Cats would hit double digits and at the same time the Wolves went cold. By the end of the 3rd the Bearcats led by 14, 51-37 before stretching it to the 19 point win. With the victory the Bearcats will open state tourney play next Thursday with the nightcap game at 9pm. Wapato is not out, they advance to the Wednesday games at the Sundome and will face the winner of the Port Angeles vs East Valley Spokane Regional which will be played tomorrow.
White River 66, Washougal 53
Burlington-Edison 51, Lynden 50
East Valley (Spokane) 56, Port Angeles 33
Prosser 56, Franklin Pierce 49
East Valley (Yakima) 52, North Kitsap 41
Olympic 45, Renton 36
Seattle Prep 55, Prairie 53
Bishop Blanchet 48, Mercer Island 47
Kamiakin 73, Gig Harbor 69
Snohomish 41, Lincoln 39
Stanwood 51, Bellevue 45
Bethel 55, Wilson 53
Lynnwood 57, Mt Spokane 46
West Seattle 63, Edmonds-Woodway 41
Lincoln 63, Capital 47
(Lacey, WA) The undefeated Abes got off to a slow start scoring only 4 points in the 1st 6-minutes of the game and trailed Capital 8-4. David Harris then hit 3 straight buckets in 29-seconds to take a 10-8 lead, a lead they would never give up and led the Cougs 16-10 after 1.
In the 2nd quarter the Abes offense heated scoring 21 including an 18-4 run to take a 34-14 lead with just less than 2 minutes to play. Le’Zjon Bonds would hit a bucket at the buzzer and the 24-0 Abes were in control up 37-19 at the break. Lincoln would score 33 of their 37 points in the final 10-minutes of the 16 minute half.
As the 3rd quarter began it looked like the Abes were going to put this game out of reach as Willie Thomas III scored twice, Bonds and Trevante Anderson chipped in to an 8-0 beginning and a big 45-19 lead. The Cougars would not give in and battled back putting together a nice run to finish the 3rd quarter with an 11-2 burst and actually outscored the Abes 11-10 but still trailed 47-30. Grant Erickson kick started the Capital offense when he bullied his way inside for a layin, got fouled and he completed the 3-point play. Jack Collard, Matt Mickelson and Erickson all scored again before the end of the 3rd expired.
The Cougs would continue to chip away scoring the 1st 4 points of the 4th on shots from Collard and Penner as they drew to within 13 after trailing earlier by 26. But this would be as close as they would get. The two teams would basically trade buckets for the rest of the game and Capital would again outscore the Abes by 1 in the 4th but the 1st half hole they dug for themselves was too deep to truly get back in the game.
Lincoln will move right to the double elimination portion of the State bracket and will get the winner of the Seattle Prep/Timberline loser out game which will be played on Wednesday at 3:45 in the Tacoma Dome. Capital will have to play in a loser out game on Wednesday against Wilson at 7:15.
Our Tommy Lowe of the Greene Realty Group Players of the Game went to Lincoln’s Trevante Anderson and Capital’s Matt Mickelson. The ProActive Physical Therapy Play of the Game went to Lincoln’s David Harris for his 6-point outburst late in the 1st quarter that jumped started the Lincoln offense and helped them get to a perfect 25-0 record.
Lincoln: Trevante Anderson 13, Willie Thomas III 12, David Harris 11, Emmett Linton 10, Le’Zjon Bonds 6, Jayden Simon 4, Cameron Deloney 2, Daemon Dillingham 2, Jakhai Dillingham 2, Anthony Braggs 1
Capital: Luke Layton 10, Matt Mickelson 9, Chris Penner 9, Jack Collard 7, Chris Schnellman 7, Grant Erickson 5
West Seattle 60, Timberline 38
Nathan Hale 80, Rainier Beach 71
Garfield 83, Stanwood 76
Bellevue 66, Squalicum 63
Shorecrest 74, Edmonds-Woodway 63
Seattle Prep 64, Spanaway Lake 45
Wilson 60, Shadle Park 59
Union 75, Enumclaw 50
Gonzaga Prep 58, Glacier Peak 44
Curtis 72, Davis 61
Federal Way 70, Kentwood 61
Inglemoor 49, Bothell 47
Kennedy Catholic 55, Kentridge 49
Richland 84, Moses Lake 58
Bellarmine Prep 79, Kamiak 68
Kentlake 39, Camas 38
Moses Lake 65, Kentridge 57
Glacier Peak 63, Bellarmine Prep 53
Central Valley 63, Sunnyside 49
Eastlake 83, Curtis 50
Todd Beamer 73, Rogers (Puyallup) 61
Woodinville 49, Chiawana 44
Auburn Riverside 51, Kamiak 41
King’s Way Christian 53, Vashon Island 40
Hoquiam 90, Medical Lake 75
Zillah 78, La Center 55
Freeman 44, Newport 38
Lynden Christian 61, Warden 55
King’s 50, The Northwest School 46
La Salle 58, Granger 45
Cascade Christian 50, Seattle Christian 46
Lynden Christian 56, La Center 38
Okanogan 66, Montesano 40
Zillah 79, Elma 38
Cashmere 36, Mount Baker 34
Granger 62, Bellevue Christian 41
Columbia (Burbank) 65, Seattle Christian 58
La Salle 47, Medical Lake 45
Meridian 78, Seattle Academy 73
Life Christian Academy 65, Adna 36
Kittitas 71, Toledo 61
Napavine 67, Seattle Lutheran 48
St George’s 54, Kalama 47
NW Christian (Colbert) 61, Brewster 57
Chief Leschi 65, Orcas Island 60
Tonasket 62, DeSales 56
Liberty (Spangle) 79, White Swan 69
Napavine 55, Adna 42
Kalama 53, St George’s 49
Colfax 57, Dayton 48
Wahkiakum 60, Davenport 56
Ilwaco 57, Raymond 36
Mabton 43, Friday Harbor 27
Walla Walla Valley 44, LaConner 41
White Swan 53, Brewster 41
Almira Coulee Hartline 79, Neah Bay 72
Sunnyside Christian 80, Chief Kitsap Academy 31
Pomeroy 57, Muckleshoot Tribal 40
Lummi Nation 63, Yakama Nation Tribal 55
Taholah 76, Naselle 47
Odessa-Harrington 70, Cedar Park Christian 65
Tacoma Baptist 58, Entiat 34
Wellpinit 62, Colton 55
Colton 54, Selkirk 26
Oakesdale 69, Evergreen Lutheran 23
Republic 52, Almira Coulee Hartline 46
Tacoma Baptist 49, Cedar Park Christian 28
Sunnyside Christian 75, Taholah 26
Neah Bay 58, Naselle 39
Yakama Nation Tribal 46, Entiat 45
Clallam Bay 52, Tulalip Heritage 40