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Highlights: Lincoln suffers first loss of the season in district title against tough Kelso 3:39

Highlights: Lincoln suffers first loss of the season in district title against tough Kelso

Highlights: Emmitt Matthews Jr. scores 29 points to lead Wilson over Spanaway Lake and back to state 3:57

Highlights: Emmitt Matthews Jr. scores 29 points to lead Wilson over Spanaway Lake and back to state

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Highlights: Jaden McDaniels’ 28 points, 12 rebounds lifts Federal Way over Union 2:52

Highlights: Jaden McDaniels’ 28 points, 12 rebounds lifts Federal Way over Union

Highlights: North Kitsap rains 3-pointers in winner-to-state game against Franklin Pierce 1:34

Highlights: North Kitsap rains 3-pointers in winner-to-state game against Franklin Pierce

Highlights: Shalyse Smith leads Bellarmine over Union for state berth 1:47

Highlights: Shalyse Smith leads Bellarmine over Union for state berth

What music hypes up Orting’s three-time state champ? ... Taylor Swift 1:10

What music hypes up Orting’s three-time state champ? ... Taylor Swift

Highlights: Capital nearly plays spoiler, but Abes rally late in quarterfinals 2:29

Highlights: Capital nearly plays spoiler, but Abes rally late in quarterfinals

Wilson couldn’t keep up with the Wildcats’ 8-0 run in the fourth quarter as West Seattle of the 3A Metro League pulled away for a 62-54 victory in the 3A state quarterfinals behind 6-foot-8 forward Yusuf Mohamed’s 23 points and 11 rebounds. . TJ Cotterill tcotterill@thenewstribune.com
Wilson couldn’t keep up with the Wildcats’ 8-0 run in the fourth quarter as West Seattle of the 3A Metro League pulled away for a 62-54 victory in the 3A state quarterfinals behind 6-foot-8 forward Yusuf Mohamed’s 23 points and 11 rebounds. . TJ Cotterill tcotterill@thenewstribune.com

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Highlights: Lincoln suffers first loss of the season in district title against tough Kelso

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Highlights: Emmitt Matthews Jr. scores 29 points to lead Wilson over Spanaway Lake and back to state

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Highlights: Kaden Anderson, Peter Erickson lift Enumclaw past Curtis

Highlights: Jaden McDaniels’ 28 points, 12 rebounds lifts Federal Way over Union 2:52

Highlights: Jaden McDaniels’ 28 points, 12 rebounds lifts Federal Way over Union

Highlights: North Kitsap rains 3-pointers in winner-to-state game against Franklin Pierce 1:34

Highlights: North Kitsap rains 3-pointers in winner-to-state game against Franklin Pierce

Highlights: Shalyse Smith leads Bellarmine over Union for state berth 1:47

Highlights: Shalyse Smith leads Bellarmine over Union for state berth

What music hypes up Orting’s three-time state champ? ... Taylor Swift 1:10

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Highlights: Capital nearly plays spoiler, but Abes rally late in quarterfinals 2:29

Highlights: Capital nearly plays spoiler, but Abes rally late in quarterfinals