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April 15, 2013 at 5:36 PM

D.J. Fenner, Brooke Pahukoa headline Washington’s Northwest Shootout basketball teams

D.J. Fenner of Seattle Prep and Brooke Pahukoa of Lake Stevens are among the top players selected to participate in 19th annual Northwest Shootout All-Star basketball games Saturday at the University of Portland Chiles Center.

The event features seniors from Washington and Oregon chosen by each state’s coaches association.

The girls game starts at 4 p.m., followed by the boys contest at 6 p.m. Tickets for both games ($10 general admission, $5 students) are available at all Ticketmaster locations and on Saturday at the Chiles Center box office, starting at 3 p.m.

Nalin Sood of Mountlake Terrace is the head coach of the Washington boys team with Joe Harris as his assistant. Jim Redmon of Lewis and Clark of Spokane will coach the Washington girls team, assisted by Kara Piippo.

Here is the Washington boys roster:

Marquis Armstead, Mountlake Terrace

Brett Bailey, University (Spokane)

Will Dorsey, Rainier Beach

D.J. Fenner, Seattle Prep

Tre’Shaun Fletcher, Lincoln (Tacoma)

Tucker Haymond, Garfield

Lucas Meikle, Bellarmine Prep (Tacoma)

Issac Reimer, Lynden Christian

Dominic Robinson, Curtis (University Place)

Dezmyn Trent, Foss (Tacoma)

 

And here is the Washington girls roster:

Raven Benton, Federal Way

Tia Briggs, Wilson (Tacoma)

Beth Carlson, Archbishop Murphy (Everett)

Brooke Pahukoa, Lake Stevens

Jade Redmon, Mead (Spokane)

Brooke Reilly, Mount Spokane

Haley Smith, Skyline (Sammamish)

Rachel Swartz, Stanwood

Kayleigh Valley, University (Spokane)

Cori Woodward, Prairie (Brush Prairie)

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