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March 2, 2013 at 10:06 PM

Girls: Mead 58, Arlington 42

Arlington’s dream season ended one victory short of its destination. Mead of Spokane was just too much. The second-ranked Panthers, who edged No. 1 Mount Rainier in the semifinals, used a 13-2 run over the second and third quarters to stretch a five-point lead to 16 and the No. 6 Eagles got no closer than nine the…

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March 2, 2013 at 5:16 PM

Girls 3A state championship: Cleveland 45, Seattle Prep 43, OT

Junior Asiyah Davis scored her only basket of the game on a rebound putback with 19 seconds left in overtime after two other teammates missed short shots as the second-ranked Eagles (27-2) won their second state title in four years and second in school history. Cleveland trailed 43-41 until MyMy Ladd scored on a driving runner…

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March 2, 2013 at 4:41 PM

Girls 3A: All-tournament team media voting

Girls basketball Class 3A state tournament All-tournament team First team Makala Roper, Cleveland (MVP) Donniesha Webber, Cleveland Sira Toure, Kamiakin Michaela Carew, Seattle Prep Bethany Montgomery, Wilson (Tacoma)   Second team Shelby Cansler, Bellevue Mary Ann Santucci, Seattle Prep Kayleigh Valley, University (Spokane) Holly Tonry, Seattle Prep Tia Briggs, Wilson (Tacoma)

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March 2, 2013 at 2:47 PM

Girls: Mount Rainier 56, Lake Stevens 39

Brittany McPhee had another monster game — 25 points, 18 rebounds, five blocks, four assists, three steals — in her bid for tournament MVP honors. More importantly to her was leading the top-ranked Rams to victory in their final game of the season after Friday’s heartbreaking loss in the semifinals to No. 2 Mead. Mount Rainier…

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March 2, 2013 at 1:14 PM

3A girls: Wilson 51, Bellevue 30 (3rd-5th places)

With star and leading scorer Bethany Montgomery sitting out more than half the game after a technical on Friday, the third-ranked Rams (23-3) still bounced back for an easy victory and claimed the school’s first trophy finish with third place. Tia Briggs supplied 16 points and 12 rebounds as Wilson used a 15-4 second-quarter advantage to…

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March 2, 2013 at 11:49 AM

Girls 4A: Gonzaga Prep 67, Inglemoor 59, 4th-6th places

Gonzaga Prep 67, Inglemoor 59 (4th-6th places) Junior guard Kayla Leland came off the bench to score 19 points as the fourth-ranked Bullpups (24-4) shot down the taller fifth-ranked Vikings (22-4) with three-pointers and free-throw shooting for a school-best fourth-place finish. Inglemoor clogged the middle with their superior size, but Gonzaga Prep was solid from three-point land…

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March 2, 2013 at 10:04 AM

Girls: Kamiakin 47, University 36

Junior guard Sira Toure capped an outstanding tournament with 21 points as the seventh-ranked Braves from Kennewick secured the fourth-place trophy. It was redemption for a team that went 0-2 at the Tacoma Dome last year after coming in unbeaten. Sophomore Holly Ellison added 14 points and three steals, while senior Courtney Nelson put together 10 points,…

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March 1, 2013 at 11:26 PM

4A girls: Mead 51, Mount Rainier 50, semifinals

Seniors Jade Redmon and Mackenzie McPhee will get their chance at state-title redemption after losing in the 2010 championship game as freshmen on varsity, squelching a monster comeback bid by the top-ranked Rams (26-2). The second-ranked Panthers (24-1) survived a 34-point, 14-rebound, seven-block performance from Mount Rainier junior Brittany McPhee. The Panthers also dodged losing a…

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March 1, 2013 at 9:57 PM

4A girls: Arlington 66, Lake Stevens 64, OT, semifinals

Freshman Jayla Russ, thrust into action when senior Veronica Ladines broke her finger in practice after the start of district, exploded for 23 points and six rebounds as the sixth-ranked Eagles (22-4) reached their first state-title game since winning 3A in 1982. The 6-foot Russ and Lindsay Brown, who had 14 points and 12 rebounds, helped…

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