Central Valley starters (from left) Mady Simmelink, Hailey Christopher, Lacie Hull, Lexie Hull and Camryn Skaife celebrate from the bench in the final seconds of the Bears' 70-39 victory over the Woodinville Falcons in Saturday night's 4A girls basketball state championship game in the TacomaDome on March 3, 2018.
Central Valley starters (from left) Mady Simmelink, Hailey Christopher, Lacie Hull, Lexie Hull and Camryn Skaife celebrate from the bench in the final seconds of the Bears' 70-39 victory over the Woodinville Falcons in Saturday night's 4A girls basketball state championship game in the TacomaDome on March 3, 2018. Tony Overman toverman@theolympian.com
Central Valley starters (from left) Mady Simmelink, Hailey Christopher, Lacie Hull, Lexie Hull and Camryn Skaife celebrate from the bench in the final seconds of the Bears' 70-39 victory over the Woodinville Falcons in Saturday night's 4A girls basketball state championship game in the TacomaDome on March 3, 2018. Tony Overman toverman@theolympian.com

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