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March 11, 2008 at 3:01 PM

All-state boys basketball rosters

The annual all-state basketball games will be this Saturday at Franklin High School. The schedule is:

1B vs 2B, 2 p.m.

1A vs. 2A, 4 p.m.

3A vs. 4A, 6 p.m.

These are the rosters, as selected by Washington coaches. The coaches’ player of the year for each class is in bold.

Class 4A

Brandon Magee, Bethel

Renado Parker, Kentridge

Marcus Tibbs, Decatur

Mathias Ward, Gig Harbor

Geoff McIntosh, Gig Harbor

Shawn Stockton, Ferris (Mr. Basketball)

Jared Karstetter, Ferris

DeAngelo Casto, Ferris

Zack Humphrey, Shadle Park

Aaron Broussard, Federal Way

Class 3A

TJ Stafford, Auburn

Jermaine Kearse, Lakes

Nick Rijon, North Central

Mike Ladd, Rainer Beach

Reggie Moore, Rainer Beach

Nick Stackhouse, Squalicum

Brian Walker, O’Dea

Jordan Hamilton, Seattle Prep

Evan Berndt, West Valley

Leroy Lutu, Mercer Island

Class 2A

Brady Bomber, Lynden

Jake Anderson, Burlington Edison

Jeray Key, Mark Morris

Aaron Gifford, Port Townsend

Daniel Simon, Ephrata

Kellen Crawford, Prosser

Tanner Bradley, RA Long

Brandon Semken, Tumwater

Mark McHugh, Centralia

Maurice Bouchet, River Ridge

Class 1A

Rich Skillman, Nooksack Valley

Dylan O’Niel, King’s

Andre Lintz, Meridian

Gerald Hill, Charles Wright

Riley Bettinger, Cedar Park Christian

Eric Fuhlendorf, King’s

Tommy Fowler, Friday Harbor

Clint Burgoyne, Castle Rock

RJ Solis, Granger

Brian Baranowski, Bellevue Christian

Class 2B

Henry Butler, St. George’s

Mark Jones, Darrington

Jason Lindeman, LaConner

Chris Pynch, Riverside Christian

Jered Cates, Riverside Christian

Brandon Bartlett, Toutle Lake

Brandon Hoff, Toutle Lake

Zac Kinman, Oroville

Kyle Burkhalter, Naselle

Ryan Schulz, Reardan

Class 1B

Joel Koopmans, Sunnyside Christian

Austin Mannick, Curlew

Jordan Smith, Lopez

Terry Kissler, Spraque-Harrington

Jacob Anderson, Entiat

Jeremy Siefken, Liberty Christian

Jordan Wilson, Lummi

Bradley Ward, Neah Bay

Leonardo Quezada, Entiat

Adam Roberts, Lacrosse

Note: Shawn Stockton was named Mr. Basketball for the state, but in addition to that award, the coaches also picked a player of the year other than him in 4A. Confusing, yes, but that’s they way they do it.

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