WIBCA all-state basketball games coming Saturday

Staff writerMarch 21, 2014 

The basketball keeps bouncing for high schools in the state of Washington.

Two weeks after the conclusion of all the WIAA state tournaments, the Washington Interscholastic Basketball Coaches Association (WIBCA) will hold their all-state games Saturday.

Tickets are $10 for adults, and $8 for high school students/senior citizens

Here are the schedules and 4A/3A rosters:

WIBCA ALL-STATE BOYS GAMES
at Eastside Catholic HS, Sammamish

* 1B versus 2B, 2 p.m.
* 1A versus 2A, 4 p.m.
* 3A versus 4A, 6 p.m.

4A BOYS ROSTER
Bogdan Bliznyak, Todd Beamer 
Cody Benzel, Ferris 
Coleman Wooten, Tahoma 
Dan Kingma, Jackson 
Sam Dowd, Gonzaga Prep 
Jawan Stepney, Kentridge 
Josh Martin, Bothell 
Lucious Brown, Stadium 
Nathan Streufert, Richland 
Tramaine Isabell, Garfield 

3A BOYS ROSTER
Ahmaad Rorie, Lincoln 
David Crisp, Rainier Beach 
Djuan Piper, Rainier Beach 
Donavon Dorsey, Timberline 
Greg Bowman, Mountlake Terrace 
Jamie Orme, O’Dea 
Josh Thayer, Stanwood
Kaleb Warner, Mercer Island
Michael Isotola, University High 
Jacob Lampkin, O’Dea

WIBCA ALL-STATE GIRLS GAMES
at King's HS, Shoreline

* 1B versus 2B, 2 p.m.
* 1A versus 2A, 4 p.m.
* 3A versus 4A, 6 p.m.

4A GIRLS ROSTER
Delaney Junkermier, Mead
Hannah Caudill, Gonzaga Prep
Jasmin Edwards, Lynnwood
Kelli Kingma, Jackson
Mackenzie Wieburg, Issaquah
Mariah Cunningham, Central Valley
Marinike Vandershaaf, Eastlake
Sarah Toeaina, Kentwood
Sierra Anderson, Jackson
Stephanie McDonough, Skyview
Tuieleisa Anderson, Union

3A GIRLS ROSTER
Makala Roper, Cleveland
Mary Ann Santucci, Seattle Prep
Morgan Hawley, University
Myah Williams, Kennedy Catholic
Myzhanique Ladd, Cleveland
Nicole Fausey, Glacier Peak
Nicole Goecke, Prairie
Sidney Rielly, Everett
Sira Toure, Kamiakin
Taylor Baird, Glacier Peak

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