You can get your quick recaps of each game here as soon as we can put them together after each game. Here’s the lineup:
(loser out; winners assured of a trophy)
Skyline 63, Stanwood 60
Skyline rallied from a 10-point deficit in the second half. The Spartans will play in the fifth-eighth place game on Saturday.
Cory Hutsen scored a game-high 24 points for Skyline, while Kale Schmidt finished with 21 points for Stanwood.
Mead 57, Lincoln 52
Aaron Dunn put together another strong performance for Mead finishing with 18 points and seven rebounds.
Mitch Kayser had 11 points and five rebounds for the Panthers, while Bo Tully added 10.
Jordan Russell scored a game-high 19 points for Lincoln.
Decatur 48, Gonzaga Prep 45
The Gators upset the third-ranked Bullpups behind 14 points and eight rebounds from Jordan McCloud. Jerron Smith scored 12 for Decatur.
Ryan Nicholas scored a game-high 26 for Gonzaga Prep.
Walla Walla 67, Eastlake 49
Gary Winston scored 18 of his 29 points in the second half to lead Walla Walla past Eastlake.
Michael Weisner scored 18 for the Blue Devils.
Michael Russo wrapped up a terrific tournament with 13 points and nine rebounds for the Wolves. Kyle Hansen had 13 points and five boards for Eastlake
Jackson 53, Federal Way 45
Brett Kingma scored the first six points of the game and finished with 25 in Jackson’s upset win over the defending champions.
Isiah Umipig finished with 12 points for the Eagles, while Cole Dickerson added 10.
Ryan Todd scored six big points in the fourth quarter and pulled down 12 rebounds, while Marshall Massengale scored nine points and had six rebounds and three assists.
Kentwood 57, Wilson 44
Joshua Smith finished with 20 points and 11 rebounds, while Alex Wilson added 12 to send Kentwood to the title game.
Mikey Hope continued a terrific tournament with 15 points. Jibreel Stevens added 14 for the Rams.