5th-8th: Mead 49, Skyline 39
Cory Hutsen finished with 10 points and six rebounds for Skyline, while Miles Edwards added nine.
Brendon Myers scored 15 points for Mead. Aaron Dunn scored nine points and had six rebounds for the Panthers
4th-7th: Walla Walla 48, Decatur 38
Gary Winston followed up his 29-point performance with a 24-point effort against Decatur, leading the Blue Devils to a fourth-place finish.
Jerron Smith scored 16 points for the Gators, while Jordan McCloud had eight points and 14 rebounds.
Michael Weisner finished with 18 points for Walla Walla.
3rd-6th: Federal Way 53, Wilson 44
Cole Dickerson wrapped up his high-school career with 16 points and 13 rebounds, leading the Eagles to a third-place finish. Robert Christopher added 11 points and nine rebounds.
Jibreel Stevens paced Wilson with 10 points. Perris Jackson and Demetrius Smith each added eight points, while Kyle Peart had 13 rebounds.
Kentwood 67, Jackson 58
Joshua Smith took over the championship game, finishing with 22 points, 16 rebounds and five assists.
Brett Kingma led Jackson with 16.
Alec Wilson scored 14 for Kentwood, while Skyler Genger had nine and Jason Boyce finished with seven points and eight rebounds.
Marshall Massengale had 12 points, while Mike Wishko added 13 points and 10 rebounds.