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It’s Day 3 – Championship Saturday. Title games begin at 3 p.m. But first … place games.
4A BOYS: Federal Way 66, Kentwood 54 (Championship)
The Eagles trailed 35-30 with 3:48 left in the third quarter. But after a scramble under the Federal Way basket that resulted in two Ferron Flavors free throws made, the Eagles went on a 14-0 run to take their first lead of the game and go on to win a second straight title.
Flavors later made two big 3-pointers to stave off any Conqueror comeback and finish with a game-high 20 points. Rayvaughn Bolton had 18 points to lead Kentwood.
3A GIRLS: Lynnwood 64, Kamiakin 27 (Third-fifth)
The Royals senior pair of Jordyn Edwards and Mikayla Pivec enjoyed their final game together. Each will move on, Pivec to Oregon State and Edwards to Colorado State, next year. But on Saturday, they combined to score 45 points and grab 20 rebounds for Lynnwood.
Less than 24 hours after the defending 3A champs were beaten for the first time this season by Bellevue, the Royals throttled the Braves defensively, holding Kamiakin to 10 of 49 shooting from the field (20.4 percent).
Pivec scored a game-high 23 points and grabbed 16 rebounds – eight each offensively and defensively. Edwards had 22 points and four boards.
4A BOYS: Gonzaga Prep 65, Curtis 54 (OT) (Third-fifth)
The Vikings trailed in this one, 38-28, early in the second half. But Curtis rolled off an 18-0 run and extended its lead with just over four minutes left to 10, 50-40.
Sam Lockett’s 3-pointer for the Bullpups with 4:04 left halted the carnage, and Gonzaga Prep eventually crawled back within two at 51-49. But with just over a minute left, Brandon Bieber’s 3-point attempt for the lead was short.
Curtis made one of two free throws with 22.2 seconds left to go up three, 52-49, but Logan Adams tied it for the Bullpups with a 3-pointer as the buzzer sounded to send it into overtime. Gonzaga Prep then outscored Curtis 13-2 in the OT.
3A BOYS: Garfield 92, Kennedy 64 (Third-fifth)
The Bulldogs led by as many as 33 points in the second half, substituted liberally, and put up the most points of the tournament so far. Garfield added a third-place trophy to its run of success at state, following consecutive titles – 4A in 2014 and 3A in 2015.
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4A GIRLS: Todd Beamer 49, Bothell 41 (Third-fifth)
Makenna Woodfolk capped a solid tournament with 16 points and 12 rebounds, her second straight double-double effort for the Titans, to lead Beamer’s victory. Taya Corosdale scored 17 points and had her own double-double with 12 rebounds for the Cougars.
It was a two-point game after three quarters, but the Titans held Bothell to five points in the fourth to extend the margin by the final buzzer.
4A BOYS: Union 60, Issaquah 57 (Fourth-sixth)
The Titans erased a 12-point, second-half deficit beat the Eagles. Scott Kellum put Issaquah up 50-38 with two free throws early in the fourth quarter. Union closed on a 22-7 run. Issaquah made just three of 12 from the line in the game.
Cameron Cranston scored a game-high 20 points for Union. Trevon Ary-Turner, who struggled shooting the ball the first two days, scored 19 points to lead the Eagles.
3A GIRLS: Mount Spokane 58, Edmonds-Woodway 42 (Fourth-sixth)
The Wildcats sprinted to a 17-7 lead after one quarter, shot nearly 65 perfect from the field in the first half and earned the fourth-place trophy. Jaidyn Lyman scored a game-high 21 points for Mount Spokane, while Miahna Waters grabbed 15 rebounds.
Missy Peterson scored 18 points and grabbed seven rebounds for the Warriors.
3A BOYS: Bellevue 54, Cleveland 51 (Fourth-sixth)
The Wolverines took advantage of two consecutive technical fouls on the Eagles to get back in the game, then pulled away by making 18 of 22 free throws in the fourth quarter. The Wolverines earned the fourth place trophy.
Mikey Henn scored 20 points and grabbed seven rebounds, even playing gimpy after rolling his ankle over a Cleveland player’s foot late in the second quarter. Davon Bolton scored a game-high 23 points for the Eagles.
4A GIRLS: Moses Lake 62, Lewis and Clark 58 (Fourth-sixth)
The Chiefs held on for fourth place, despite the Tigers 14-9 advantage in the fourth quarter. Jessie Loera completed a strong tournament with 24 points, a team-high. Riley Lupfer scored a game-high 25 points and grabbed seven rebounds for Lewis and Clark.
Jamie Loera added 19 points and six rebounds for Moses Lake.
This is where we will continue to add quick-hit update stories from every game as they end at the 4A/3A tournaments. The latest game to end will be on top.
Meanwhile, you can follow up-to-the-moment game coverage in our tournament live threads: girls’ updates and boys’ updates.
GIRLS: Kamiakin 56, Edmonds-Woodway 54
The Braves took an 11-point lead into the locker room at halftime, but had to hold on for the narrow victory. The
Warriors outscored Kamiakin 16-7 in the third quarter to get within the two points.
Oumou Toure scored a game-high 22 points and grabbed 10 rebounds for Kamiakin. Adrienne Poling had 12 points to lead Edmonds-Woodway.
BOYS: Federal Way 69, Lewis and Clark 55
The Eagles (27-0) raced to a 40-20 lead at the half and coasted into the semifinals. Ferron Flavors finished with 21 points for Federal Way, including 19 in the first half as the defending 4A champs built their advantage.
BOYS: Kentwood 57, Issaquah 51
The Conquerors (21-6) sent the Kingco and District 2 champion Eagles (21-4) into the consolation bracket to face Central Valley. Kentwood will play Curtis in the semifinals on Friday.
Issaquah held a 30-20 lead at the half, but with 3:49 left in the third quarter, Davonte Sanchez took a long pass and scored a layup to give the Conquerors a 33-32 advantage. The game went back and forth until a pair of 3-pointers from Koby Huerta late in the game got Kentwood some breathing room.
GIRLS: Lynnwood 46, Prairie 37
The Royals (25-0) will play fellow unbeaten Bellevue (27-0) at 7:15 in the first 3A girls semifinal. Mikayla Pivec scored 15 points and grabbed 20 rebounds for Lynnwood, who broke away from a 22-20 lead at the half with a 15-3 third quarter.
Jordyn Edwards added 15 points and three steals. No Falcon (21-5) scored in double figures.
BOYS: Curtis 54, Central Valley 44
The Vikings (24-3) trailed by two, 27-25, at the half. But Curtis used a 15-7 third-quarter run to get back in front of the Bears (20-6) and earn a spot in the semifinals on Friday. John Moore scored 13 points and grabbed six rebounds for the Vikings, who will play either Issaquah or Kentwood.
Ryan Rehkow scored a game-high 17 points and grabbed nine rebounds for Central Valley.
BOYS: Garfield 83, Cleveland 66
The Bulldogs (25-2) raced to a 25-12 lead after one quarter and never looked back. The Eagles (22-7) did cut the margin to 11 in the third quarter, but Garfield pulled away again. Every Bulldog starter scored in double digits, led by Jaylen Nowell and Terrell Brown each with 16 points.
CJ Elleby scored 21 points and Fahad Sharif led Cleveland with 20 points.
GIRLS: Bellevue 62, Mount Spokane 53
The Wolverines (27-0) couldn’t shake the Wildcats (14-11) until an 8-0 run to begin the third quarter. Leading just 28-25 at the half, Bellevue finally got in front by double digits, 36-25 before Sierra Poquette stopped the run by making the second of two free throws.
Mount Spokane still didn’t let it get out of hand, thanks to six 3-pointers in the second half. The Wildcats first five field goals of the half were from behind the arc.
GIRLS: Todd Beamer 40, Skyview 35
The Titans led it 19-12 at the half. Despite scoring just 21 points in the second half, the Beamer defense held the Storm in check to advance to the semifinals. Nia Alexander scored a game-high 11 points for the Titans. Makenna Woodfolk added 10, matched by Ashlee Comastro of Skyview.
BOYS: Rainier Beach 81, Lincoln 64
The Vikings (22-5) trailed early, finally retook the lead with just over five minutes left in the first half, and extended to a double-digit quarterfinal victory over the Abes (21-5).
Rainier Beach was down 16-8 late in the first quarter. The Vikings didn’t retake the lead until Khalil Shabazz took a pass from Keith Smith and laid it in with 5:39 left in the second quarter. Lincoln scored on its next possession, but Tijon Rodde gave Beach the lead back, 26-25.
The Abes tied it at 26, but scored only two points the rest of the quarter and Rainier Beach led it 40-28 at the half. The Vikings extended to as many as 24 points in the second half.
GIRLS: Central Valley 47, Moses Lake 39
Lexie Hill scored a game-high 18 points and grabbed 15 rebounds to lead the Bears over the Chiefs. Abby Rathburn scored 12 points and had 13 boards for Moses Lake, which was led in scoring by Jamie Loera with 14 points.
GIRLS: Snohomish 54, Lewis & Clark 50 (OT)
Madison Pollock scored the final five points of regulation for the Panthers, first making a 3-pointer to get Snohomish close, then getting a layup to send it into overtime tied at 46-46. Snohomish advances to face Bothell in a semifinal on Friday.
Pollock, who had nine rebounds, shared game-high scoring honors with Lewis and Clark’s Riley Lupfer. Both had 22 points. Madeline Smith added 18 points and seven rebounds for the Panthers.
BOYS: O’Dea 72, Stanwood 65
The Fighting Irish advanced to face Kennedy Catholic in Friday’s 3A semifinals, holding off a late Stanwood run that turned a double-digit lead into a one-possession game late.
O’Dea (21-7) led throughout, but when Cameron Plautz made a 3-pointer for the Spartans (18-7) with 41 seconds left, Stanwood had gotten back within three, 68-65. Michael Carter III then made four free throws down the stretch to put it away.
Carter finished with a game-high 31 points, scoring 23 in the second half, to lead the Irish. Quin Barnard added 20 points for O’Dea. AJ Martinka scored 15 to lead Stanwood.
GIRLS: Bothell 50, Kentlake 32
Taya Corosdale scored 16 points and grabbed eight rebounds, and Keyonna Jones added 14 points as the Cougars advanced. Bothell held the Falcons to just three points in the first quarter, led it 14-3 after one and 24-16 at the break.
Aniston Denckla scored 15 of Kentlake’s 32 total points.
BOYS: Kennedy Catholic 77, Bellevue 68
The Lancers took their first lead of the game at 25-24 midway through the second quarter and never trailed again. Bellevue got within four points late in the third quarter, 54-50, but Kennedy (19-7) scored the final four points of the quarter to extend the lead again heading into the fourth.
Sharif Khan made two free throws for the Wolverines (23-3) with 6:10 left that got Bellevue within four one more time, 58-54. But Kennedy answered with four quick points and never led by less than seven the rest of the game.
Here is the schedule for the morning quarterfinal sessions:
9 a.m. – Bellevue vs. Kennedy Catholic
10:30 a.m. – Stanwood vs. O’Dea
12:15 p.m. – Lincoln vs. Rainier Beach
2 p.m. – Cleveland vs. Garfield
9 a.m. – Kentlake vs. Bothell
10:30 a.m. – Lewis & Clark vs. Snohomish
12:15 p.m. – Moses Lake vs. Central Valley
2 p.m. – Skyview vs. Todd Beamer