These five boys and five girls players should figure prominently in the Class 4A state tournament this week.


Zach LaVine, Bothell

• 6-3, Jr., G, 24 ppg

LaVine can flat-out score, and he makes it look easy. He has already caught the attention of some elite college programs.

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Jordan Chatman, Union

• 6-5, Sr., G, 21 ppg, 7 rpg

The BYU-bound senior is following in the footsteps of his father, Jeff, who was a standout at the university.

David Trimble, Davis

• 6-2, Sr., G, 15 ppg

Trimble tore up Tacoma in 2011, averaging 18 points in last year’s tournament. He’s back for more.

Tucker Haymond, Garfield

• 6-5, Jr., F, 22 ppg, 10 rpg

Haymond emerged as the Bulldogs’ leader this season, showing off a diverse game that makes him a threat both inside and out.

Jason Todd, Jackson

• 6-5, So., F, 19 ppg, 9 rpg

Todd may be young, but his game is polished. He scores, crashes the boards and keeps teammates involved.


Brooke Gallaway, Central Valley

• 5-10, Sr., G, 17.1 ppg

Crafty scorer, second all-time in school’s storied history, is a four-year All-GSL performer.

Ali Forde, Woodinville

• 6-1, Sr., C, 14.3 ppg, 13 rpg

Special athlete (will play basketball, volleyball for Idaho) comes in driven to end prep career on high note.

Brittany McPhee, Mount Rainier

• 5-11, So., F, 22.4 ppg, 11.5 rpg

Tenacious player at both ends of the court with knack for cleaning up on the boards.

Lindsay Stockton, Gonzaga Prep

• 5-7, Sr., G, 12.1 ppg

You’ll see a lot of John Stockton in his oldest daughter, who scores and distributes.

Darah Huertas-Vining, Federal Way

• 5-3, Sr., G, 16 ppg

Savvy player is a three-point time bomb waiting to go off.