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April 19, 2011 at 11:51 AM

The ninth-annual WIBCA/WIAA state basketball showcase

The ninth-annual WIBCA/WIAA state basketball showcase is set for Bellevue College April 30-May 1.

Here is a list of some of the players who will be participating:

Brendan Westendorf – Kentridge

Brett Boese – Shadle Park

Landon Rushton – North Thurston

Justin Pedley – Kamiakin

Nick Price – Issaquah

Marcus Colbert – Post Falls

Dominique Jordan – Curtis

Ty Egbert – Lake Roosevelt

Jaron Heck – Kentlake

Here is a list of past players who participated in the showcase:

Name, School, College, Pros

Leo Avila, Shadle Park, Spokane CC

Beau Azagdanian, Gonzaga Prep, Eastern Oregon

Brad Balch, Mountlake Terrace, Skagit Valley CC

Matt Barnes, Shadle Park, Spokane CC

Eric Beal, North Central, Spokane CC & Whitworth

Austin Bragg, Mark Morris, WSU

Aaron Brooks, Franklin, Oregon, Houston

Anthony Brown, Shadle Park, WSU & Eastern Oregon

Derek Brown, Mt. Spokane, CBC & Eastern Oregon

Lyndale Burleson, Franklin, Nevada

Brandon Burmeister, Mercer Island, University of Washington

Justin Carter, Post Falls, Columbia Basin CC

Jon Clift, Ferris, Spokane CC & CWU

Malcolm Colbert, Post Falls, University of Puget Sound

Ross Creamer, River Ridge, Pierce CC

John Devries, Mark Morris, Centralia CC

Robbie Douglas, Shadle Park, Whitworth

Matt Dorr, Mt. Spokane, Spokane CC & San Diego

Mike Dorr, Mt. Spokane, Highline CC & Carroll

Younase Dunn, River Ridge, S. Puget Sound CC

Will Foster, White River, Gonzaga

CJ Giles, Rainier Beach, Oregon State

Jordan Hasquet, Sentinel, University of Montana

Kellen Hasquet, Sentinel, Carroll College

Eric Henly, North Thurston, Olympic CC

Josh Heytvelt, Clarkston, Gonzaga, Turkey

Taylor Hoffer, North Kitsap, UNC Charlotte

Zach Humphrey, Shadle Park, Spokane CC

Daniel Hutchinson, Deer Park, Mt. Baker CC

Eric Hutchison, Mark Morris, Univ. of Montana

Brendan Ingebritsen, Mead, Spokane CC

Brandon Johnson, Eisenhower, Montana State

Chaz Johnson, Mt. Spokane, Spokane CC

Josh Landsverk, Shadle Park, Eastern Oregon

Brandon Larrieu, Franklin Pierce, Seattle Pacific Univ.

Ben Loewen, Mead, Whitworth

Jack Loofburrow, Eisenhower, Eastern Washington

Alex Mar, King’s, Seattle Pacific Univ.

Cody Moreland, Lakeland, Mt. Hood CC

Zak Moritz, Columbia River, Boise State

Damal Neal, North Central, Spokane CC & William

Tyler Nelson, River Ridge, Edmonds CC

Tyler Nixon, White River, St. Martin’s

Nathan Overbay, WF West, Eastern Washington

Taylor Pettersen, Shadle Park, Spokane CC

Huberto Perez, Davis, Spokane CC

Drew Reid, North Thurston, Olympic CC

Tim Roffler, Mt. Spokane, Lower Columbia CC

Joel Ryman, Northwest Christian, Spokane CC & NW Nazarene

Steve Severin, Hanford, Western Washington

Scott Snodgrass, White River, Oregon Institute

Justin Stewart, Ferris, Univ. of Idaho

Lodrick Stewart, Rainier Beach, USC

Rodrick Stewart, Rainier Beach, Kansas

Skyler Stillwell, Yelm, Bellevue College

David Stockton, Gonzaga Prep, Gonzaga University

Steve Stockton, Ferris, Whitworth

Shawn Stockton, Ferris, Montana

Andrew Straight, West Valley, University of Montana

Rodney Stuckey, Kentwood, Eastern Washington, Detroit

Leigh Swanson, Mountlake Terrace, Seattle University

Michael Taylor, Brewster, EWU & Montana

Sean Tennant, Lake Stevens, Cal State Monterey Bay

Jerry Thomas, White River, Tacoma CC

Ernest Williams, Federal Way, Utah State

Marvin Williams, Bremerton, North Carolina, Atlanta

Kellen Williams, Franklin, Eastern Washington

Terrance Williams, Rainier Beach, Louisville, Houston

Marcus Williams, Roosevelt, Arizona

Kevin Wright, Mark Morris, University of Puget Sound



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