Overall, there are 46 athletes with ties to Washington representing nine countries that will compete in 15 different sports in Rio.
Isiah Brown (Lakeside) earned Metro MVP honors.
Japhera McEacherin had a double-double and Nia Alexander scored 21 points as Beamer won the West Central District championship on Saturday night.
Beamer's Makenna Woodfolk propelled the Titans into the district championship game, while Bishop Blanchet outlasted Mercer Island.
Bothell toppled Woodinville and Glacier Peak defeated Marysville-Getchell.
Samantha Boudreau had an outstanding game for Bonney Lake, scoring 18 points and grabbing 10 rebounds in a 55-28 win over Capital.
West Seattle's Lydia Giomi and Lexi Ioane both put up impressive double-doubles on the night to help the Wildcats advance to the 3A Metro Championship.
Arlington's head coach Joe Marsh earned his 100th win as the Eagles continue their undefeated streak, beating Marysville-Getchell.
Kimijah King and Kallin Spiller led Lakeside with a combined 38 points and 35 rebounds, as the Lions defeated Garfield in a Metro match-up.
Gina Marxen scored 22 points to lead Eastlake past Redmond and Haley Strowridge scored 19 points for a Stanwood win over Marysville-Getchell.